An ex-convict, who got out of prison two and one-half years ago, has been ordered to appear in Payne County District Court on May 6 when he can seek a preliminary hearing on a felony charge of domestic violence of his girlfriend at their rural Perkins residence.
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monthly unemployment rate for March rose slightly to 4.6 percent
Evidence continues to accumulate that a rising tide of corruption threatens economic progress and freedom around the globe.
Facebook’s leaders seriously discussed selling access to user data — and privacy was an afterthought.
Elderly Anaheim mobile home park residents who petitioned the City Council for help won’t get direct assistance from the City Council after council members tabled a proposed temporary rent freeze ordinance indefinitely.
All work and construction on a new homeless shelter has stalled in Santa Ana, as city and county officials continue to point fingers over an apparent lack of public input on the effort to relocate homeless people from the Courtyard shelter in downtown to the new location on Yale Street.
A Rison woman lost her life in a two car accident near Star City just before noon yesterday, April 17.
The Dallas County Quorum Court met during there scheduled meeting Tuesday evening, and did some housekeeping to their 2019 budget.
Lawyers have reached an undisclosed settlement in a federal lawsuit in which the family of an Arkansas man alleged employees of a privately-run jail left him to die in his cell as his health deteriorated.
More than two years ago, city attorneys debuted a program to try to connect homeless San Diegans struggling with drug addiction with treatment and housing rather than another cycle through the justice system.
In 2014, California voters passed Proposition 47, and law enforcement officials have complained ever since that they have fewer options to confront people caught possessing drugs.
Six years after it was excoriated for allegedly targeting conservative organizations, the agency has largely given up on regulating an entire category of nonprofits. The result: More dark money gushes into the political system.
The Clark County Commission Wednesday rejected a developer’s request to approve a preliminary plan for 3,000 homes overlooking Red Rock Canyon before a federal agency grants permission for a roadway leading to the site.
ROCKY GROUND? The land near the Raiders stadium may be full of real estate buzz, but it may not be the easiest place to build.
A mile or so west of the Strip, a cluster of industrial buildings is nothing too memorable, home to auto-repair shops, wholesalers and other businesses.
Yankton County Fire Departments and Local officials have determined that with the current road conditions it was necessary to implement a Burn Ban in Yankton County.
The SD Department of Environment and Natural Resources announced that the wastewater treatment system of the City of Vermillion has received the 2018 Operation and Maintenance Wastewater Treatment Award.
The work continues on county roads in many parts of the area, including Cedar County, Nebraska.
If you’re looking for something to do on Saturday, how about visit a U.S. National Park?
One of the suspects charged in the death and dismemberment of a 24-year-old Neligh, Nebraska, woman has waived their right to a speedy trial.
To help manage cropland damaged by Nebraska’s severe spring weather, the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is providing funds to plant cover crops on cropland acres.
Cathy Tull, chief marketing officer for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, has resigned amid separate investigations by the Review-Journal and the Metropolitan Police Department into the public agency’s misspending.
The Portofino Beach Inn along Coast Highway 101 has been a cause of consternation ever since the owners proposed converting it into an upscale boutique in 2017. Encinitas residents cried foul over the possible influx of cars and intoxicated tourists.
the school board is trying to get all students back to their home schools for zoning.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has abandoned the Highway 69 bypass project which would reroute through traffic on US 69 around the West side of Muskogee.
Now in its eighth year, Bob Childers’ Gypsy Café has grown beyond 60 of Oklahoma’s best songwriters swapping songs across three venues to include a lifetime achievement award, a songwriting contest and a free campus preview at nearby Oklahoma State University. For fans of intimate live music highlighting Oklahoma’s storied songwriting tradition and future, this festival on May 1, 2019 is a must.
The leader of Santa Ana’s influential police union, Sgt. Gerry Serrano, went from facing potential DUI hit-and-run charges to leading one of the larger police unions in California, according to details of the incident in a police report obtained by Voice of OC.
Instead of approving a bill to increase taxes and fees to pay for homeless services in Clark County, the Legislature last week amended it to require the county and its municipalities to work together for a solution.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed a plan to cut back on the use of water from the Colorado River, which serves 40 million people in the U.S. West.
There will be no spring Chinook salmon fishing season on the Chehalis River
The Dallas County Cooperative Extension Office is having a Solar Power Workshop tomorrow evening from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Extension Agent Keith Gresham stopped by South Arkansas Today’s Morning Show Monday to tell us more details about the workshop.
Corrections officials say an inmate who was serving a sentence for rape has been found dead at a prison in southeast Arkansas.
was the half-brother of a man who killed an Oregon police chief eight years ago.
A man who charged at them with two sword, was shot and wounded by Montesano police
North Dakota House approves bonding bill projects at college campuses. Flood warning remain for Drayton, Pembina and Oslo on Red River. Overland flood advisory extended.
Hasan Ikhrata, SANDAG’s executive director, has not been shy since he came to town last year.
LCSD arrested a Fort Smith woman on drug charges during a traffic stop near Paris
Since he came to town, the new head of the San Diego Association of Governments, Hasan Ikhrata, has touted the inevitability of self-driving cars, the game-changing efficiency of hyperloops and the infrastructure-funding breakthrough that is the Boring Company.
Scientists are now testing gene editing on US patients
Concerns over the possible misappropriation of funds at Southern Nevada’s only no-kill shelter were simmering for weeks
Sanctuary Cities Welcome Illegal Aliens with ‘Open Arms’ While 38K American Veterans Remain Homeless
Sanctuary cities across the United States are responding to President Donald Trump’s threat to bus border crossers and illegal aliens to their jurisdictions, saying they plan to welcome all illegal immigration with “open arms”