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The U.S. Forest Service proposed changes Wednesday to sage grouse protections in six Western states that call for eliminating special designations for crucial habitat as well as keeping areas open for mining.
JUSTICE FOR THE ENEMY: Iraq’s Courts Have Rushed to Convict Thousands of ISIS Fighters. This is One Family’s Struggle for Fairness, Truth, and Reconciliation.
One Car Bomb, Two Stories
The greatest percentage of damages compensated were for the influenza vaccine, and most of those were for Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS).
The ONME Network along with city and community partners bring almost 800 people to Fresno’s Downtown for first-run 2-Day Juneteenth Jazz & Blues Celebration
The ONME Network in partnership with the Downtown Fresno Partnership and the African-American Museum for the Juneteenth Jazz & Blues 2-Day Celebration, was inspired to use the holiday to celebrate local African-American artists who have paved the way for others; they are giving two awards during the 2-Day celebration to two Valley Greats: local celebrity jazz musician Bobby Logan and posthumously to celebrity artist, Curtis “Papa Bear” Hatcher.
A Ghost Bike at the north west corner of Lexington Avenue and 104th Street memorializes a fatal crash on April 17, 2014.
Most campaigns attempting to put measures on a November ballot try to get their petitions turned in by June 1. Maybe a few days later.
It’s been one year since state officials postponed a change to Nevada Medicaid funding amid fears it would shutter organizations serving Clark County’s most vulnerable foster children.
Most wrongful convictions are results of prosecutors’ misconduct. In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has a chance to create some accountability.
On a cold day in February, Takuto Okamoto guided his first tour group to a sight few outsiders had witnessed in person: the construction cranes looming over Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Assemblywoman Shirley Weber’s bill to change the standards for when police can use deadly force got its first hearing in the state Senate this week, via that chamber’s Public Safety Committee.
The Trump administration’s policy of separating families at the border, and the ensuing confusion over its decision to temporarily walk back some of those policies, has dominated the news.
The Perryville Police Department reports the Chester Bridge is one lane only due to work on the bridge, but will briefly return to two-lane traffic for the Independence Day holiday.
Unemployment rates decreased over-the-year in May in all of
Illinois’s metropolitan areas
Sales tax revenue for the city of Ste. Genevieve is down for the month, but still up for the year to date according to the Missouri Department of Revenue.
A 19 year old Fordyce man has been charged in Calhoun County Circuit Court with theft of property. The incident occurred on June 6, when according to a probable cause affidavit filed in court, Payton Sisson of Fordyce took a car belonging to his girl friend without her permission and drove it to Warren. Sisson called
According to Fordyce Police Chief Jimmy Vaughan, Fordyce officers made a total of 10 arrests between June 11 and 18. On June 12, officer Bryce McKinney arrested 33 year old Christopher Michael Walker of Little Rock and charged him with 1st degree terroristic threatening. Also on the 12th, officer Charles Still
The Fordyce School board will meet in special session this Monday at noon in the middle school board room. On the agenda is the resignation of Jennifer Willliams. The board will consider hiring Lena Rogers as Fordyce Elementary Assistant Principal, Lytonya Ferrell and Victoria Bennett at Fordyce Elementary and
An 18 month old child, died after allegedly being left in a car by his mother for over 10 hours
The State Patrol says in the last three years, 86 patrol cars were hit and 32 troopers injured
The California Highway Patrol is asking for the community’s help in locating a hit and run driver.
As a result of the December 2007 flood, the water association was not able to fully serve its customers for many months
As native New Yorker, I have been living in public housing my entire life. It is where I was raised, where I played, and where my mother saw me go off to school. It was also where I had my first police encounter.
On Friday, the San Diego Association of Governments board of directors will discuss options for a proposed transit layover and multi-use facility for our region’s public transportation network.
When La Costa Canyon High School officials investigated an English teacher suspected of having a sexual relationship with a student in fall 2010, they were already concerned about the teacher’s relationships with recent graduates, school records show.
Kristen Murphy was shocked when she read a recent Voice of San Diego story about a La Costa Canyon High School teacher investigated for a sexual relationship with a student in 2010.
Local Bureau of Land Management staff members are rushing to finish their updated land-use blueprint for Southern Nevada to meet a new deadline set by the Trump administration.
Whether Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling on online sales tax is a win for Nevada isn’t as simple as clicking “checkout.”
The Nevada Gaming Commission approved a restricted gaming license for Jason Stegall, the sole proprietor of the Outdoor Inn on Main Street in Jarbidge.
A MANHUNT IS UNDERWAY FOR 32-YEAR-OLD FRANK CAMPBELL JUNIOR WHO ALLEGEDLY SHOT HIS UNCLE IN ISABELLA, THEN SHOT AT A SECOND HOME IN LUZERNE TOWNSHIP WHERE ANOTHER RELATIVE LIVES.
As New York City grapples with the challenges of fitting a growing population into its finite borders, residents and government alike must reexamine how we use our public land.
Water bills in the city of San Diego may need to go up by about $9 a month on average to help the city deal with flood control and improve the quality of rivers and streams.
Last year, the national AFL-CIO took over its local affiliate, the San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council. It sent one of its employees, Keith Maddox, in to run it as a trustee.
Corruption and violence are top issues in the upcoming Mexican presidential election, Maya Srikrishnan noted in this week’s Border Report.
After-school programs are crucial for many families. From the time school gets out around 2 or 3 p.m. to the time most parents get off work at 5 or 6 p.m., after-school program providers offer kids expanded academics and enrichment activities like arts or physical education.
For every one child border crosser separated from border crossing parents, there are 1,400 American children who are separated from their parents due to incarceration
The CDC has quietly published a controversial review of perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, that indicates more people are at risk of drinking contaminated water than previously thought.