Oklahoma Department of Human Services will release all March SNAP food benefits on March 1st
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In these days of high political drama, with talk of impeachment and a declaration of emergency at the national level as local and state politicians tangle over Amazon, legal redress for victims of sexual abuse and reproductive rights, property tax reform is not the kind of topic that gets hearts a-thumping.
More details released as the search for a murder suspect continues
A prominent real-estate broker of luxury homes is facing a charge that he battered his fiancee during a Valentine’s Day dispute, according to a police report.
A pre-trial hearing for Robert Fabian of Alpine,
The Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show will be held March 4th to the 9th.
The Vero Beach Police Department Special Investigations Unit, Sebastian Police Department Criminal Investigations Unit, and Indian River County Sheriff’s Office Vice Unit has been conducting a criminal investigation into multiple massage parlor locations within Indian River County.
Senate Education Committee approved a bill restoring five-day school weeks in Oklahoma schools
For all the flair that the second week of the Nevada Legislature brought, the third week appears primed for a more traditional tone.
The Las Vegas Valley will see a cool and dry Tuesday before snow is expected to return midweek, according to the National Weather Service.
With Project Neon wrapping up this summer after snarling traffic near downtown Las Vegas for more than two years, transportation officials already are looking toward the area’s next big undertaking.
Nevada has joined onto a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s move to declare a national emergency to fund a border wall he has promised to build dating back to his presidential campaign
Fordyce Police are still investigating a home break-in that occurred some time prior to February 7 of this year.
Rain/ Wet roads were most likely a contributing factor in a one car accident that happened early Sunday morning. The accident left an El Dorado resident dead.
Clark County Public Health has not identified any new measles cases
The City Council approved amending the ground lease with the Public Facilities District.
The East River Promenade on a mid February weekend afternoon. Community members and the de Blasio administration are wrestling over how to shore up coastal defenses in the area.
Centralia College has selected Dr. Joyce Hammer to serve as the Vice President of Instruction
A California law allows unauthorized immigrants to get a driver’s license. Approved in 2013, AB 60 was supposed to help bring a workforce out of the shadows.
On July 3, 2018, Joel Hernandez-Centeno left his apartment in Escondido for work at the same time he always did, around 7:30 a.m.
Transparency International is out with its annual global corruption index and the news is not good.
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMPLAINED ABOUT NORTH DAKOTA’S PUBLIC RECORDS LAW AMID REPORTING ON STANDING ROCK. NOW LAWMAKERS WANT TO AMEND IT.
NORTH DAKOTA LAWMAKERS are considering a bill to restrict the release of records related to security operations involving “critical infrastructure” — a category that includes fossil fuel pipelines.
AMAZON’S HOME SURVEILLANCE CHIEF DECLARED WAR ON “DIRTBAG CRIMINALS” AS COMPANY GOT CLOSER TO POLICE
ON MARCH 17, 2016, Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff emailed out a company-wide declaration of war.
A mixture of freezing rain, sleet, and snow will spread across
portions of northeast Oklahoma
A convicted rapist from Stillwater has been sent back to prison for failing to comply with the terms of his probation in a sex offender registration violation case, court records show.
Muskogee Public Schools on Monday announced the beginning of an initiative to help plan for the future
Search and Rescue Training held at White Rock in Franklin County on Saturday
Former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke compared the national economy to a Looney Tunes character: magically floating in the air for a moment after running off a cliff before inevitably plummeting in 2020.
Deputies responded to the 4500 block of Oak Terrace Drive, Greenacres, in an attempt to talk to a suspect wanted for a domestic incident that occurred overnight between him and his girlfriend.
The new chairman of the Kansas Republican Party is focused on winning back the governorship and the 3rd Congressional District. He told party leaders this weekend how he plans to do it.
A few days before the November midterm election, Alejandro Rangel-Lopez turned 18.