Gov. Steve Sisolak said there has been a significant trend in new cases of COVID-19 in Nevada in recent weeks.
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A Tyndall man has been sentenced in federal court after being convicted of Possession of Child Pornography.
Pre-K through 5th-grade students at Elk Point-Jefferson Elementary are moving to online learning for the rest of this week due to positive cases of COVID-19.
Fire officials in the eastern Nebraska city of Columbus say a stray ember from a wood-burning fireplace sparked a house fire over the weekend that killed four people.
South Dakota health officials reported 562 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the state’s total to 33,466.
South Dakota’s Highway Patrol will be celebrating its first nine recruits this Friday as they graduate from the new Fast Track Academy at the state Capitol in Pierre.
A top South Dakota lawmaker says he had a severe case of COVID-19 that sent him to the emergency room twice this in October.
Robots will destroy 85 million jobs at mid-sized to large businesses over the next five years as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates changes in the workplace likely to exaggerate inequalities, a World Economic Forum (WEF) study has found.
With more than two weeks until the election, more than twice as many Nevada voters have returned ballots by mail than in the entire 2016 election.
The election is just two weeks away, and San Diego voters have big decisions to make.
The full Senate will vote next Monday, October 26, to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced Tuesday.
The Blind Pig co-owner blamed President Trump, not Democratic Gov. Whitmer, for his bar’s economic downturn
Clay County officials have recently purchased more masks, gloves, and gowns for local first responders and approved the purchase of additional portable ventilators.
Deadline is Oct 27th
The Kansas Department of Agriculture has funds available for reimbursement to Kansas specialty crop growers who attend an educational conference with a primary focus on specialty crops.
Starting with the spring 2021 semester, Cloud County Community College will begin offering an entrepreneurship certificate.
A proposed amendment to the federal Constitution to permanently set the number of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court at nine is “simple and self-explanatory” and is needed to prevent the politics of the day from threatening the independence of the judiciary, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
Pottawatomie County Economic Development Corporation won three awards from the International Economic Development Council Excellence in Economic Development Awards.
The Kansas Department of Transportation, Kansas Highway Patrol, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and AAA Kansas are working together this fall to raise awareness and help drivers avoid collisions with deer.
Most students who take classes at Barton Community College at Fort Riley learn about the institution’s unique offerings tailored to Soldiers’ lifestyles after transferring to the post.
A Ellsworth Correctional Facility resident who died Monday, October 19, 2020 had tested positive for COVID-19. This is the sixth resident death related to COVID-19.
Kansas’ teacher shortage finally shows signs of shrinking.
Rumor has it that some Southern Nevada hotels house more than just tourists.
Southwestern Community College has had its fair share of challenges over the past few decades.
The pandemic has effectively ended asylum as we knew it.
In about two weeks, all San Diegans will get to weigh in on the future of just one neighborhood simply because its leaders want to build things taller than three stories.
Like with anything on the ballot, Measure E has its share of supporters and opponents. (If I were the world’s laziest headline writer, for example, I might offer readers “Measure E Has Supporters, Opponents.”)
Early voting has begun in Arkansas and lines were reported at several locations around the state on the first day. Early voting started Monday and runs through Nov. 2.
The co-chair of Joe Biden’s transition team hosted a select group of Chinese business and political elites at the Obama-era White House after prodding from Hunter Biden’s business associates.
New concerns have emerged regarding the next debate moderator, Kristen Welker, and her alleged ties to the Democrat Party.
Lawmakers say it is ‘imperative’ the allegations are investigated
Then-Sen. Joe Biden was supporting a bankruptcy bill while his son worked for a company that pushed for it
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s proposed gun control policy includes a provision that could require every AR-15 rifle be registered under the National Firearms Act of 1934
Authorities say a single-vehicle rollover in southeast South Dakota left one person dead and two others seriously hurt.
Certain small businesses in the state needing financial assistance due to the Coronavirus pandemic are reminded to get an application in to access the current small business and healthcare grant program.
Monday saw 567 new COVID-19 infections in South Dakota with 10 new positive cases recorded in both Clay and Turner Counties. Yankton had seven new cases – that snapped a five-day streak of double-digit cases including a record 20 new infections reported on Sunday.
In response to the rising COVID-19 hospitalizations in Nebraska, Governor Pete Ricketts has announced the state will be rolling back on several health guidelines.
Fire officials in the eastern Nebraska city of Columbus say four people have died in a house fire there.
Hoover Dam is reopening to the public.
Death toll stands at 1,173
Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) Secretary Laura Howard announced today that one staff member at Larned State Hospital (LSH) died on Wednesday, October 15, due to complications from COVID-19. This is the first staff member death at any of the four state hospitals related to the virus.
The shooting took place on West Augusta
Kansas could see record-breaking turnout in the Nov. 3 general election, even during a pandemic.
October is recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Kansas and across the nation.