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The San Diego Housing Commission is looking to combat the region’s housing crisis by taxing owners of vacant apartments.
McCarran International Airport is the latest facility to test out a new 3-D security scanner aimed at enhancing the screening process — but officials are being mum about the devices.
As lawmakers consider temporary sites for nuclear waste storage, two locations in New Mexico and Texas face headwinds that could pressure Congress to revive licensing hearings on the Department of Energy application to build a Nevada repository.
Nevada lawmakers passed several housing-related bills in the recently concluded legislative session, affecting such issues as construction defect claims, affordable housing development and evictions.
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has placed 5,200 adult immigrants in quarantine after being exposed to mumps or chicken pox, a dramatic jump from just a few months ago, the agency says.
The document, titled “Hate Agent Policy Review” outlines a series of “signals” that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a “hate agent” and banned from the platform
U.S. District Judge David O. Carter was removed Friday from a closely-watched lawsuit seeking to restrict anti-camping enforcement against homeless people in south Orange County cities.
The state budget approved by the Legislature this week includes all kinds of big-ticket, big-picture items like tens of millions of dollars to fight homelessness and bolster childcare services statewide.
This week on the podcast, hosts Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby sat down with Voice of San Diego immigration reporter Maya Srikrishnan, who just returned from Honduras, where she spent time speaking with deportees and reporting on what’s driving migration from Honduras to the United States.
Central American migrants eager beat a crackdown by Mexico on its southern border with Guatemala scrambled into the country on Thursday as the government prepared to send thousands of National Guard members to plug gaps in the porous frontier.
The event will take place next Tuesday from 9am to 4pm at the Muskogee County Conservation District,
Pride Bowling will be held Wednesday June 19th
Gov. Steve Sisolak is signed a multipronged gun control bill into law on Friday in Las Vegas.
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday effectively ended a nearly decade-long lawsuit by ruling that state lawmakers finally sent enough money to local school districts.
Following a series of catastrophic fires, insurance companies are beginning to dump customers who live in fire-prone areas of the state, including rural San Diego.
East County homeowners are starting to have more trouble finding fire insurance.
The Fordyce City Council didn’t have much to discuss during Tuesday evenings meeting, but they did pass a resolution that will help with taking Grandmas House down, and finding a way to use the property to benefit the community.
Do you like your current license plate? We hope so! Starting July 1, it’s going to be with you for quite a while.
Some teachers in the Cleveland County School District with 15 years of experience or more could be seeing their last annual “step increase” next year as the district begins adjusting the salary schedule to pay for increases in the state’s minimum teacher salary.
Chief Petty Officer Ajhourni McClain, a native of Warren, Arkansas, is participating in the Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) exercise with 18 other nations.
Nearly 740,000 border crossers and illegal aliens are expected to be released into the interior of the United States this calendar year, new analysis projects.
After nearly two years of allowing recreational marijuana use, Nevada has enacted a law restricting most employers from using a marijuana drug test to reject potential employees.
Paving work for Project Neon enters the final stretch this weekend ahead of enforcement of high occupancy vehicle lane restrictions that kicks off next week.
Though it’s unclear if they’re connected, at least six American tourists have died under mysterious circumstances in the last year alone
Yankton seems an unlikely place for the South Dakota National Guard to be deployed, but that is exactly what has happened.
The State of South Dakota and FEMA have opened disaster recovery centers in Yankton and Pine Ridge to offer in-person support to individuals and businesses impacted by the severe winter storms and flooding from mid-March to late April of this year.
Dads across the country will be celebrated this weekend, and the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department is joining the celebration.
The South Dakota Highway Patrol is looking into the cause of an accident that occurred on Highway 52 west of Yankton Wednesday afternoon.
A 2019 graduate of Vermillion High School will be traveling to Mobile, Alabama, to participate in the 62nd Distinguished Young Women National Finals.
In an effort to continue to take action to restore and open roads and bridges damaged by early spring flooding, the Nebraska Department of Transportation will be holding several public meetings.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts was in Wayne, Nebraska, this week to recognize economic achievements in the state over the past year, in the face of adversity due to flooding.
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Port St. Lucie Police Evidence Technicians Thomas LaBelle Jr., Vernal Taylor, and Jeffrey Hunter were arrested on warrants approved on June 12, 2019 following an investigation.
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On Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at around 10:42 pm, Indian River County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Rescue responded to the home of Port St. Lucie Police School Resource Officer Steven “Steve” James Brown. SRO Steve Brown was transported to Indian River Medical Center where he was pronounced dead at