On October 18, 2019, Port St. Lucie Police arrested 43-year-old Miguel Garcia, PSL resident on charges of attempted murder (no weapon), one count of aggravated battery, and violation of probation after a physical altercation that led to his arrest.
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A Perkins businessman accused of violating the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act, making obscene electronic communications, and soliciting prostitution to Perkins Police Chief Bob Ernst while he was working undercover on a teen-age girl’s Snapchat account has been ordered to appear in court on Nov. 4.
those filing claims against e-cigarette maker JUUL
approved a $1.5 million financing package for capital improvements
was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole Wednesday.
The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission has dismissed a complaint
Headlines for Friday, October 18, 2019
Clarksville School to save $766,000 in bond refinance
Altus woman injured when she was using a shopvac to suck gasoline from a vehicle fuel tank
Secretary of State John Thurston was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club’s meeting this past Wednesday at 12noon.
Superintendent Craig Dupuy praised both the students and staff for each school in the district after seeing their scores on the latest 2018-19 school report cards released last week by the Arkansas Department of Education.
Nevada officials have begun to crack down on marijuana businesses amid allegations of possible corruption and lax regulation in the state’s young but lucrative industry.
The Trump administration policy that requires asylum-seekers to remain in Mexico while they await their asylum proceedings has upended San Diego’s immigration courts. And immigration judges aren’t happy about it.
Almost a year after the Department of Homeland Security began requiring that asylum-seekers at the San Diego-Tijuana border to wait for their asylum proceedings in Mexico, immigration judges in San Diego continue to voice frustration with the program.
Johnson County authorities searched through the evening Thursday for a white male suspect who fled law enforcement.
Technology designed to detect gunshots will now cover more than 23 square miles of the Las Vegas Valley, expanding on a 2017 pilot program that police said contributed to a drop in crime.
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The inequality across San Diego Unified School District’s hundred-plus schools is striking, according to new test data released by the Department of Education last week.
Yankton school district officials met Wednesday night in the first of eight meetings aimed at informing the public on district finances now and over the next few years.
The Yankton County Office of Emergency Management reports that FEMA will be in Yankton County to tour homes and personal property damaged by recent flooding.
One man is uninjured while another was sent to the hospital after an accident on Highway 32 in Stanton County Nebraska.
Hartington Nebraska residents will soon be paying more for water usage. City council members agreed during a Monday meeting that there is a need to increase water rates, however the amount of that hike is still being debated. According to Mayor Mark Becker the City has no rainy day fund which wouldn’t bode well if a well breaks down or major work needs to be done at the water treatment plant. Currently, according to Becker, Hartington is at the bottom range of what other communities are charging for the same services. The City wants to move their rates to be more of an average rate rather than at the bottom in order to better cover costs. After a 20-minute discussion, the Council decided to get more information and discuss the rate increases further at a special meeting set for
A Norfolk woman accused of shooting a passenger in her car is facing two new charges in her case.
The Mitchell Police Department has increased a reward for information on a wanted man.
The South Dakota Health Department is reporting one more new case of lung illness related to vaping.
An organization created by television star Mike Rowe has awarded several scholarships to South Dakota students.
Police are investigating a string of locker room thefts in Thurston County.
Celebration will begin at 5pm at the Papilion
The casinos generate $139 million for the state
Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.6 percent
Twelve cases are confirmed in Washington.
Fox News Busted for Fake News – Cuomo drops n-word, No problem – NBC bragging suppressing news keeping viewers in the dark about Democrat corruption
The Southern Nevada Health District has reported the first West Nile virus death in a Clark County resident.
An ex-convict, who was released from prison two years ago, has been jailed on $25,000 bail pending a Nov. 4 preliminary hearing on a Payne County charge of abusing his wife at her apartment in Stillwater.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved diverting up to $13.7 million in sales tax revenue over two decades as incentive to the developer of an immersive art and retail project.
Headlines for Thursday, October 17, 2019
On October 16, 2019, Police arrested 59-Year-old Ana Rosario Valenzuela. Ana Rosario Valenzuela was charged with Aggravated Assault (with Deadly weapon without intent to kill) and Contempt of Court violation / Injunction Protection.
Police say that a woman suffered life threatening injuries at the hands of a 59-year-old Canandaigua man, who was taken into custody on Tuesday after being charged with first-degree assault.
A Moravia man is facing criminal charges after allegedly cashing checks from a woman’s checking account without her authorization, the New York State Police said.
This past summer, it was the power that was shut off to a mobile home comunity in Lyons; now, it could be the water.