Ohio’s high-profile bailout of nuclear plants is just one of several questionable schemes between lawmakers and energy companies.
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As countries scramble to test for the novel coronavirus, a Chinese company has become a go-to name around the world.
Domestic and foreign investors, many with marijauna industry ties, seized upon the nation’s public health disaster.
The number of visitors to Nevada who have tested positive for COVID-19 since casinos reopened almost tripled last month, according to newly released state data.
The soaring number of COVID-19 cases in the United States has far outstripped many local health departments’ ability to trace the contacts of those infected, a step critical in containing the virus’ spread.
California allows governments to sue people and businesses who engage in unfair and fraudulent practices.
In an appearance on our livestream series Voice of San Diego at Home, Scripps Institution of Oceanography scientist Kim Prather, who’s also part of a team working to help reopen schools, said students could be safely back in the classroom in eight weeks if we “buckle down” now.
For more than a week now (and at several other points throughout her tenure), City Attorney Mara Elliott is at the center of multiple disputes around transparency.
Headlines for Friday, August 7, 2020
Chief Deputy, Josh McMullen of the Dallas County Sheriffs Department said, they are looking for the whereabouts of a stolen vehicle.
After seeing its first attempt to begin classes at Kingsland this past spring derailed by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Southeast Arkansas College has announced it intends to offer two courses there for the Fall 2020 semester.
Bro. Nathan Hubbard of First Assembly of God Church right here in Fordyce talked about the curbside fish that will be taking place today during a recent interview.
San Diego City Council had a chance Thursday to tell Mayor Kevin Faulconer what it wants to see in a new contract with a power provider before it goes to bid – but they couldn’t agree on anything.
The U.S. is projected to see the worst reversal of fortune this year
There’s nothing in Alorica’s contract with DETR that sets performance goals or holds the company accountable for its service levels.
Key parts of the clinical trials are being skipped as big pharma will not be held accountable for adverse side effects for administering the experimental drugs.
Eyeing big China box office, Hollywood bows to censorship
An investigation in underway to identify suspect(s) in connection with a shooting that killed an Indian River County man late Thursday morning.
While her politics leaned far to the left, newspaper magnate Ellen Browning Scripps couldn’t resist a luxury automobile. In the years before World War I, the millionaire tooled around La Jolla in a gleaming Pierce-Arrow limousine that she adored for its “beauty and real ‘womanliness.’”
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a decision to throw out felony conspiracy and weapons charges against Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and another man.
A Yankton woman was sentenced Wednesday in Knox County District Court for an August 2019 bomb threat.
A spike in positive COVID-19 tests over the past 24 hours shows the state has 105 new cases of the virus.
The South Dakota Army Corps of Engineers says below-normal precipitation in Montana and Wyoming during July resulted in slightly below-average July runoff in the upper Basin.
Top South Dakota Republican lawmaker Kris Langer is dropping out of her campaign for reelection.
Today is International Beer Day, and Miller Lite will be celebrating it in Scotland – Scotland, South Dakota that is.
Midwest grocery store chain, Hy-Vee, Inc., announced that all of its stores that have the grocery pickup option are now accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) as payment.
Both first-time and continued unemployment claims dropped in South Dakota’s latest jobs report.
Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a compromise package to soften the impact of local property tax increases, preserve tax incentives for businesses and commit as much as $300 million in state money to a proposed disaster response facility in Omaha.
What A Pending Football Game Says About COVID-19, The Fate Of Small Colleges And The Towns They Keep Alive
There’s a lot riding on a Kickoff set for 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.
Twin Transit is offering free transportation to all children.
more than half of the virus-related deaths in the state have been identified as associated with a long-term care facility
schools in the majority of Washington’s counties should strongly consider online-only learning
Las Vegas’ housing market is “on fire” despite the coronavirus pandemic’s devastating effect on the economy, as sales totals surged and prices hit another all-time high last month, a new report says.
More than 223,000 mail-in ballots sent to registered voters in Clark County, Nevada, were bounced as “undeliverable” in the state’s June primary election, newly released data reveals.
Headlines for Thursday, August 6, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on humans, another pandemic threatens rabbits in North America.
Coronavirus restrictions on school this fall are going to lead to an even worse inequity in education than already exists.