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On Saturday, April 21, 2018, the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department initiated an investigation in to the theft of a dog from the Petco located at 11262 Legacy Ave. Palm Beach Gardens.
When I moved to San Diego in 2012, one of the first big civic controversies I encountered was when the Union-Tribune – then owned by Doug Manchester – published a front-page editorial encouraging readers to vote for Carl DeMaio.
Cassie Catania-Hsu was a UNLV student during the real estate bubble and, like so many others in town, decided to sell houses. She was just 21, but how hard could it be?
Nevada usually finds itself at the bottom of national education rankings.
The state of Nevada is reconsidering a proposal to find private owners for nearly 3,000 free-roaming horses under state jurisdiction after no one offered to assume ownership of the mustangs that are at the center of a legal battle.
FINRA’S BLACK HOLE: In 30 Years, Only 17 Women Won Sexual Harassment Claims Before Wall Street’s Oversight Body
FOR VICTIMS OF sexual harassment on Wall Street, the case of Kathleen Mary O’Brien was a bad omen.
SUPPORT FOR LEGALIZING marijuana is surging among the public, as the position moves closer to the mainstream of the Democratic Party.
Yesterday afternoon, the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office received a call of multiple shots being fired in the 4400 block of 25th Avenue in Gifford.
During a sunny Saint Patrick’s Day weekend, reporters gathered anxiously outside of the monolithic Taft Houses in East Harlem waiting for the day’s main attraction
City votes unanimously to support collaboration between local law enforcement and Federal agents to prevent threats to public safety.
San Diego County Board of Supervisors made national news this week.
For now, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher has dramatically de-escalated her latest attempt to restructure a major local public agency from Sacramento.
North Park attorney Omar Passons committed to many local causes long before he kicked off his campaign for county supervisor.
One of the biggest political races this year in San diego is the contest to replace county Supervisor Ron Roberts. We’ve begun our look into each candidate for that job, starting with Omar Passons.
Here’s a thing: The Port Commission spent several hours Friday talking about “price and terms” regarding the property at Fifth Avenue Landing.
It is the worst air disaster in Las Vegas history, and there’s no telling how many lives it saved.
In a sprawling plant near Amarillo, Texas, rows of workers perform by hand one of the most dangerous jobs in American industry. Contract workers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pantex facility gingerly remove the plutonium cores from retired nuclear warheads.
Follow the astonishing money trails
One in 4 children living in the U.S. in 2016 had at least one parent who was born outside the U.S., according to a study released Wednesday.
With many exciting improvement projects on the horizon, the Village of Newark is holding a public meeting to discuss the South Main Street Reconstruction Project and the Military Brook Culvert Project.
On April 20, 2018, at 12:15 A.M., the Vero Beach Police Department’s Special Investigation Unit executed a search warrant at the Oceanaire Inn Motel, 1021 21st Street, in Vero Beach. During a search of a motel room and vehicle detectives located cocaine, amphetamine pills, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.
A 47 year old Glenwood, Arkansas woman died yesterday morning in Clark County after being thrown from a vehicle and the vehicle rolling over on her. The victim was identified as Kathleen Lorraine Clarke of Glenwood. Clarke was a passenger in a 2014 Jeep Rubicon driven by 35 year old Gary Maxell of
Monday is the first day of the 38 annual Fordyce on the Cotton Belt Festival in Fordyce. The big fund raiser for the event is the sale of Festival T-shirts and festival director Mike Trammell told “YourNews” sales are running ahead of last year.
56 year old Lt. Scott Woodward of Drew County, was promoted to the rank of captain and will assume new duties as commander of the Highway Patrol Division of Troop F, headquartered at Warren. The promotion was approved yesterday by the Arkansas State Police Commission. Woodward is a twenty-three year
Social media posts by Pittsburgh security firm spark concerns over its partnership with North Allegheny School District
Should INPAX, a Pittsburgh-based personal security firm, be the company training staff of the North Allegheny School District to protect students in active-shooter situations if its CEO shares views that some community members find disturbing and offensive?
Lincoln Park, a bar on 9th Avenue, is one of hundreds of city businesses operating under sidewalk sheds.
Mayor Bill de Blasio visits the Gurdwara Sikh Cultural Society in Queens in 2017. Surveys indicate that Sikhs in New York City suffer widespread harassment.
South Orange County mayors, under pressure from a federal judge, on Thursday chose a closed elementary school along rural Santiago Canyon Road as a site they’d like to see become a new homeless shelter.
Dana Point, Laguna Niguel and Lake Forest this week became the latest cities in Orange County to take stands against the state’s sanctuary laws, adopting resolutions and filing briefs in support of the federal lawsuit against California.
When she was studying music at San Diego State in 2014, Jasmine Gonzalez says one of her professors made a humiliating request.
At long last, cannabis is officially legal in California. The consumption of cannabis, however, is still prohibited in many places. Not only does that undermine consumer rights but it enables volatile black market pockets across the state.
Recently, La Jolla Symphony & Chorus debuted their new conductor, Patrick Walders, who joins the company working alongside some of the top musicians in San Diego.
On April 18, 2018, United States Marshal Regional Fugitive Task Force (USMRFTF) arrested 18 year old Howard Anthony Gookool (Port St. Luice) for armed burglary and attempted armed robbery while wearing a mask.
A top official from the Southern Nevada Water Authority is calling on states that rely on the Colorado River to resolve their differences before a growing dispute derails decades of cooperation on the river.
Brothels in two Nevada counties are facing an uncertain future as referendum petition drives get underway to repeal ordinances that allow their existence.
AMAZON GETS HUGE SUBSIDIES TO PROVIDE GOOD JOBS — BUT IT’S A TOP EMPLOYER OF SNAP RECIPIENTS IN AT LEAST FIVE STATES
LATER THIS YEAR, Amazon will begin accepting grocery orders from customers using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the federal anti-poverty program formerly known as food stamps.
Russian Corn Rejected; Lawsuit Filed
Last October, at the height of a political crisis in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, a letter arrived at the Iraqi oil ministry in Baghdad from Igor Sechin, head of Kremlin oil major Rosneft
Expect another round of closures around Martin Luther King Boulevard this weekend as crews continue to reconfigure the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in downtown Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.