Dallas County Medical Center administrator Ken Sanders had some good news and bad news to report to the JP’s at the Dallas County Quorum court meeting last night. Some of the good news was Sanders’ report on some new projects he hopes to have in place by the first of the year.
THE GREAT ESCAPE: Nearly 51 Million Americans to Travel This Thanksgiving, Highest Volume in a Dozen Years
AAA projects 50.9 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving, a 3.3 percent increase over last year.
Fort Morgan Police Dept. event garners Rookie of the Year designation.
Two years ago, Plaza Health Network agreed to pay the U.S. Department of Justice $17 million to settle a civil investigation that revealed the Aventura-based nursing home chain operated an illegal kickback scheme involving Medicare and Medicaid patient referrals.
Santa Ana City Council members have approved spending $1 million from the city’s emergency reserves to build a new freeway digital billboard for car dealerships at the Santa Ana auto mall, including luxury brands Audi, BMW, Volvo, and Lincoln.
The killing of two young Latino men in 2012 by Anaheim Police Department officers, which sparked mass protests in front of City Hall that summer, were not isolated incidents but part of a troubling pattern that put the city near the top of a national list of deadly force used by police, according to a report by the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California released Monday.
Wresting the long-flying flag of Modernism from its Eurocentric moorings, architecture and cultural historian George E. Thomas boldly replants it on American soil and firmly in Philadelphia.
Cyber schooling was not among my top choices for the dream high school experience.
When the de Blasio administration proposes a neighborhood rezoning or other major development project, community members often demand that some of the work at constructing and operating the new facilities go to local residents.
Over recent days many churches and schools have collected canned goods to provide Thanksgiving meals to people who cannot afford a feast.
Federal, State, and City Officials Join Project Renewal to Break Ground on Bronx Supportive and Affordable Housing Development Featuring Rooftop Fish and Produce Garden and Living Green Façade
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA), the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, and TD Bank today joined Project Renewal at a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on Bedford Green House in the Bedford Park section of the Bronx.
On Tuesday, the Land Use Committee unanimously approved a modified version of the East Harlem rezoning, making it the third neighborhood rezoning focused on housing growth to be approved by the committee under the de Blasio administration.
More than 350 pets adopted last year
Chicago is often portrayed to outsiders as an unsafe place, too violent to even visit. Every time there is a mass shooting elsewhere in the country—whether in Texas, Las Vegas, or Orlando—the spotlight seems to shine back on gun violence here. Recently, President Donald Trump was quick to once again mention Chicago when he tweeted about the Sutherland Springs, Texas church shooting, even though that town is 1,206 miles away.
Indian River County Sheriff’s deputies are currently searching for a missing 11-year-old female, Trinity Garcia.
The United States under Obama transformed its main hydrogen bomb into a guided smart weapon, made its submarine-launched nuclear missiles five times more accurate, and gave its land-based long-range missiles so many added features that the Air Force in 2012 described them as “basically new.”
Slightly fewer visitors will make their pilgrimage to Las Vegas next week, but Sin City remains one of the most popular destinations for Thanksgiving.
You could line up before dawn on Black Friday to score a steep discount on a television, but the Friends of the Arizona Joshua Tree Forest think they have a better idea.
Dr. Brian Halloran, a vascular surgeon at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, starts planning his garden long before spring arrives in southeast Michigan.
“When you make private settlements, it doesn’t warn the next woman or the next person going into that situation.”
Juan Serrano’s heart dropped Monday when he awakened by a loud pounding on his front door.
On November 21, 2017, Port St. Lucie Police arrested a 37 year old man, Joshua Peterson and was charged with Violation of Probation, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Possession of a Short Barrel Riffle and Grand Theft of a Firearm. Peterson was transported to the SLC Jail without incident.
There’s been some discussion about whether or not to keep a District Court in Bearden or see about moving the caseload to East Camden or Camden. The subject was brought up again at last night’s Bearden City Council meeting by Mayor Iva Lou Stoker.
The Florida Association of Counties (FAC) recently announced the county photos selected to be featured in their 2018 FAC Calendar: Bodies of Water. St. Lucie County will be featured as March 2018 thanks to an excellent capture by St. Lucie County seasonal resident Beverly Reaume, who provided an image of the Fort Pierce Jetty.
State Police have five fatal accidents under investigation that occurred on Saturday including a hit and run fatality. Early Saturday morning in Yell County, a head-on crash killed the drivers of both vehicles. According to a preliminary state police report, a 2007 Ford Edge, driven by 25 year old Emily D. Fitch of Casa, Arkansas was traveling west on state highway 10, east of Ola. A 2007 Nissan AT
Stanton City Council moved one step closer to adopting new district election boundaries on Tuesday, November 14th, agreeing their preferred map on a 5-0 vote and setting a schedule for elections. The council will formally adopt the new plan at their next meeting on November 28th. Elections will begin November 2018.
When Allan Edmunds bought the four-story building at 730 South Broad Street back in 1991, people thought he was crazy.
Segregation in Steel Valley: How these Pittsburgh-area elementary students are separated by race and academic performance
The Steel Valley School District operates two elementary schools in a shoulder of the Monongahela River. One school enrolls mostly black students. The other, 2 miles away, is majority white.
Birmingham City Councilors say they may revisit the ordinance that allowed ridesharing company Uber to begin operating in the city.
Campaign beings for 10-acre site
A local maker of precision sheet metal products is expanding.
On Jan. 28, 2015, the day before I was to retire as a Cook County Circuit Court judge, I heard the last trial of the thousands I had presided over during my 18 years on the bench.
At a time when there aren’t enough livers for ailing Americans, wealthy foreigners fly here for transplants.
Driving along the Strip to admire the twinkling lights is a moment cherished by tourists, and typically avoided by savvy local residents.
Amazon Web Services unveiled a cloud computing region for the CIA and other intelligence community agencies developed specifically to host secret classified data.
When the two largest Nevada school districts began warning of budget deficits for the current fiscal year, the state Department of Education urged them not to blame the state for their problems.
IT WAS COLD outside the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility on the morning of November 15, where some two dozen people formed a circle in the parking lot.
In Northern Nevada’s Great Boiling Spring, strange microscopic creatures thrive in water hot enough to kill you.
Cumberland, Ky. – Nursing Instructors Tina Shoope and Ruth Ellen Arwood, along with a group of freshman RN students, visited Frontier Nursing University in Hyden, Kentucky.
Middlesboro, KY (MCTV 22) – A Middlesboro man arrested for Parole and Probation Violations.
(Harlan, Ky.) – Harlan County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a Bledsoe man on Methamphetamine charges after a traffic stop early Friday mrorning.
JACKSBORO, Tenn. (WATE) — A police dispatcher and fireman was arrested in Campbell County Monday.
More than 450 victims of the Oct. 1 massacre in Las Vegas have filed a lawsuit in California against MGM Resorts International and other defendants, including the gunman’s estate.
Elaborate layour in Brenda Joy Park for skaters, scoorters, BMX bikes.
Only a few area high schools remain standing following the second round of high school play off action on Friday night. One of those teams surviving is the undefeated Harmony Grove Hornets. 2A conference champions. Harmony Grove defeated East Poinsett County Friday night 56-14. On the KBJT-AM1590 and
A 21 year old North Little Rock man was charged by Camden Police with refusal to submit to arrest, disorderly conduct, possession of a controlled substance, marijuana and damaging property.
26 year old Jeremiah D. Burtness of Camden has been charged in Ouachita County Circuit Court with two counts of breaking and entering, two counts of endangering the welfare of a minor and theft of property.
What you witness as a child welfare caseworker and how we’re trying to improve the system in Allegheny County
It is common for me to visit with families who are facing eviction from homes that should be condemned anyway.
Set to close in 2021, nuclear plant employs 1,100 people
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