Conservative filmmakers faced little discrimination in the past because there were so few of them.
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The Chinese Communist Party has made collecting health care data, including genetic information, a national priority.
In 12 American cities run by Democrats, the murder rate is skyrocketing, according to a study by the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund (LELDF).
Today’s human smugglers and illegal aliens evading capture are differen
Americans’ faith in organized religion continues to trend down at an accelerated pace.
Congressional Democrats plan to introduce legislation on Thursday to expand the U.S. Supreme Court by four justices, a proposal aimed at breaking the conservative grip on the court that promises to draw fierce opposition from Republicans.
In celebration of Arbor Day the Arkansas Department of Forestry is giving away free trees today in Fordyce and Rison for those who want to do a little planting.
During our newest program “At Your Service” Mayor John MacNichol stopped by, and talked about the Fordyce City Council Meeting that took place on Monday.
According to the South Dakota Health Department, COVID-19 variants cause more of a risk to young people in the state.
When’s the last time you read a good book?
South Dakota officials say a man has died during a deadly farm incident involving a skid loader near Baltic, South Dakota.
On Wednesday, South Dakota health officials reported 2,217 more residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.
A Nebraska playhouse will be holding in person performances after being in limbo due to the coronavirus pandemic.
First-time unemployment claims nationally are showing a steep decline and according to the latest jobs report, those numbers also remained low in South Dakota.
Nevada employers added 4,700 jobs last month with major improvement across leisure and hospitality industries, as more vaccinations and high capacity limits turbocharged the local economy’s recovery.
The National Labor Relations Board this week accused Station Casinos of unlawfully using the pandemic to undermine unions and trigger employee votes for decertification.
Washington Post admits mainstream media overreacted to outdoor gatherings during early months of pandemic
CNN was among the biggest contributors to panic at the thought of outdoor events
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she opposed a Democratic-led bill to pack the Supreme Court and that she had “no plans” to bring it to the House floor.
Powerful transcript breaks down the distinct hypocrisy on how leftist rioters are treated in the press and under the law versus conservatives.
As more than $2 billion in state and federal coronavirus aid flows into the region’s public school districts, more school leaders are opting to tap those funds to show employee appreciation, provide stipends, hazard pay or incentivize a return to in-person instruction.
As part of a larger effort to de-militarize emergency responders and improve relations with communities of color, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria released a list of proposed police reforms and public safety priorities last week.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have advanced a bill that could pave the way to reparations for Black Americans as part of a broader effort to address centuries of enslavement and institutional racism.
Governor Laura Governor Laura Kelly Announces over $24 Million Federal Grant to Replace School Building On Fort Riley
Governor Laura Kelly today announced that the Department of Defense awarded over $24.3 million to Geary County Unified School District 475 to replace the current school facility on Fort Riley, Kansas, with a new Jefferson Elementary School.
The Kansas Army National Guard will host a virtual career field on April 20, open to anyone interested in learning more about the different career fields the organization has to offer.
El comisionado de la Policía Municipal de San Juan, José Juan García informó que se incauto 2 millones de dólares luego de una intervención por infracción a la ley de tránsito (Ley 22), realizada en la zona de Hato Rey
Touching on two of 2020’s biggest domestic issues, the Senate passed bills Wednesday that would reform the rules for police use of force and earmark federal pandemic aid for enhanced summer school to help students catch up from last year’s learning losses stemming from school closures.
President Joe Biden’s administration is spending roughly $60 million a week to shelter illegal immigrant children who cross into the country from Mexico.
The Chinese regime is on its way to becoming a “near-peer competitor” for the United States and is the “unparalleled priority” for the country’s intelligence community, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI) said on April 14.
A dispute between neighbors leaves a 7-year-old boy dead and his mother in the hospital.
Voters are not letting go of their belief that the 2020 presidential election was a fraud-filled nightmare.
Superintendent Dr. Judy Hubbell updated the Board on items such as: ESSER 3 Money, Sports Banquet, and Graduation in her report during Monday evenings meeting.
The National Park Service and the FBI are investigating after a woman was found dead last month in a national park in Arkansas.
A suspect is wanted for vehicle burglaries in the Shaker Wood Development within the Village of Wellington.
President Joe Biden’s pick to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection jumped on the bandwagon in 2019 against a group of Ohio high school students who were falsely accused of harassing a Native American man in Washington, D.C.
Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation co-founder Patrisse Cullors raked in upwards of $20,000 a month serving as the chairwoman of a Los Angeles jail reform group in 2019
President Joe Biden’s pro-migration policy is so unpopular that it is flipping multiple congressional swing districts towards GOP candidates, according to two polls funded by the Heritage Foundation.
Materials for the United States-Mexico border wall are sitting neglected in south Texas after President Joe Biden halted all construction of the barrier on his first day in office.
When it comes to housing, Encinitas has a penchant for pushing back against state law. Until recently, that is.
Mayor Ginger Bailey said, the City of Bearden is currently under a Boil Order. She said the water department started working last night up until this morning to replace a valve. Maintenance work on the water treatment plant took longer than expected. During the maintenance work the water had to be cut off for four hours.
Yankton residents expecting to travel on a portion of Stone Church Road will need to make plans to take another route for at least the next week.
Despite a cancellation of an earlier scheduled walk-in clinic for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine – There will be a walk-in COVID-19 Vaccination clinic for the Pfizer vaccine at the Yankton Mall on Friday, April 16th.
Yankton state prison officials have released information regarding the death of an inmate.
Nebraska leaders say they will stop distributing Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine, while federal officials investigate the reports of people developing blood clots after receiving that shot.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that the Lewis and Clark Visitor Center at Gavins Point Project has reopened for the 2021 season.
Voters in North Sioux City will have to wait a bit longer to know who their next mayor will be.