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No one was injured in a tractor trailer accident near Cass on SH23 Wednesday in Franklin County
2 Georgia residents arrested on drug charges after traffic stop on I-40 in Franklin County
42 year old Thomas Darter of Ozark arrested Tuesday for sexual assault and other charges
A Sheridan man was killed Tuesday in Grant county in a one vehicle accident.
San Diego’s deadline for applications to serve on its redistricting commission came and went last week, and Latino residents represented just 13 percent of its 102 submissions, despite accounting for 31 percent of the city’s population.
Michelle Phillips, administrator at Green House Cottages of Southern Hills, announced Tuesday morning that the nursing home is stopping in-person porch visits with its elders.
Scam artists have found an opportunity by using the important task of contact tracing to steal money and the identity of Arkansans. In trying to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Arkansas Department of Health is using contact tracing to identify people who have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Californians are pushing pause on federal lawsuits against the International Boundary Water Commission, the agency that’s supposed to deal with sewage-filled stormwater rolling into the U.S. from the Tijuana cliffs under a treaty between the two countries.
Thought-Policing: City of Seattle instructed White employees to forgo jobs, promotions, safety in interest of racial justice
Seattle held ‘segregated’ training session on ‘undoing whiteness,’ encouraged staffers to forfeit ‘guaranteed physical safety’
Results of the first coronavirus antibody study by Nevada public health authorities indicate that about 2.3 percent of adult residents in Washoe County have been infected.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose “expert” advice to President Trump has resulted in the complete shutdown of the greatest economic engine in world history, has known since 2005 that chloroquine is an effective inhibitor of coronaviruses.
A Rockwell City, Iowa man has been identified as the person who died in a motorcycle crash on Sunday afternoon near Tea, South Dakota.
A Yankton woman has been arrested for skipping her sentencing last week for a bomb threat to a school.
Below-normal precipitation in the upper Missouri Basin during June resulted in slightly below-average June runoff.
The spillway and powerplant road across Gavins Point Dam near Yankton will be closed at 9:00 this morning and will remain closed through 11 a.m. on Thursday for maintenance.
Officials with Yankton County now know one more piece of information in the recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic in the county.
South Dakota has tallied 79 new confirmed infections of COVID-19 and no additional deaths.
Cities are poised to redraw their political boundaries next year, and early indications suggest Latino residents could underrepresented in that process.
Death toll stands at 407
Vehicle stolen from Logan County recovered in Franklin County
Richard Roland believed to have drown while swimming at Altus rock crusher
A 33 year old Springdale woman was killed in a single vehicle accident on I-40
33 year old Lacey Standrige died in a structure fire Friday in Franklin County
St. Lucie County’s 6th Annual Dickerson Ultimate Drive Golf Tournament, benefiting the United Way of St. Lucie County, was once again a successful campaign.
who married her former sixth-grade student after she was convicted for raping him
Washington reported 435 additional cases Tuesday
challenging the new government order requiring everyone in the state to wear a face covering in public places
St. Lucie County Commissioners Bartz, Hutchinson & Townsend Recognized as a FAC Presidential Advocates
The Florida Association of Counties (FAC) recently recognized St. Lucie County Commissioners Cathy Townsend (Chair), Linda Bartz and Frannie Hutchinson as Presidential Advocates for their work during the 2020 Legislative Session.
More than 140,000 companies in Missouri and Kansas received loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Loan program, ranging from restaurants and franchisees to car dealerships to nursing care facilities.
announces the resignation of long-time Port Commissioner Dan Keahey.
The Mahogany Fire at Mount Charleston has been fully contained, officials announced Tuesday.
The coronavirus relief money headed to San Diego Unified has created a rosy financial picture for the coming school year, but it also obscures the district’s long-term budget problems.
On Thursday, July 7, the Martin County Board of County Commissioners passed an emergency ordinance requiring face coverings be worn in public to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. This order applies to all incorporated and unincorporated areas.
“One-time monies from (the) CARES Act make this budget look better than it really is,” read a comment card from local resident and longtime San Diego Unified critic Sally Smith at the district’s June 30 school board meeting.
More layoffs lie ahead for many Las Vegas hotel-casino workers.
The pandemic has forced many businesses to reevaluate their philanthropic budgets, potentially hobbling local nonprofit operations.
How pandemics past and present fuel the rise of mega-corporations
The wealth of the top 1% has soared during lockdown
Tech and online retail giant Amazon will employ 1,000 individuals at the first fulfillment center in Arkansas, the company announced Tuesday.
The St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners has received $13.8 million in CARES Act funding from the State of Florida with the potential to receive an additional $41.6 million in reimbursements.
A rapidly-moving storm rolled through the Yankton region late Monday afternoon, bringing needed rain but also some crop damage.
A Tuesday morning disturbance at Security Bank in Laurel, Nebraska, has resulted in the arrest of an area man.
A Volga man has been sentenced to one year of probation and a $100 fine by U.S. District Judge Karen Schrier.
In Tuesday’s COVID-19 update for South Dakota, the Department of Health reported one new death in the state, and 58 new confirmed infections.
The City Council in a South Dakota community named for the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg says a logo that included a Confederate flag has been removed from police department cars, buildings and patches.