An Arkansas woman has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison after she admitted mailing methamphetamine-laced postcards to two inmates at the Union County jail.
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Authorities in Arkansas are looking for an armed suspect who exchanged gunfire with a police officer in Little Rock.
Ricky May named next head coach of the Charleston Tiger Football Program
Two recent drug arrests reported by the Logan County Sheriff’s Department
San Diego voters have a well-deserved reputation for saying no to spending taxpayer money. (Sorry, Chargers!) But nothing beats their nearly century-long record of telling boosters where to stuff their plans for grand new public landmarks. Again and again, city voters have refused to pony up money to build things — especially convention centers.
The last time enough snow stuck around in the Las Vegas Valley to be measured, you may have taken a grainy picture of it with a flip phone or Blackberry.
Most of the apartments built or preserved through the de Blasio administration’s housing plan were affordable to households with incomes at or below what’s typical in their neighborhoods, according to a reportreleased last week.
On the surface, Quest Preparatory Academy in northwest Las Vegas is just another school trying to improve the academic achievement of its largely low-income and ethnically diverse student body.
The Senate Finance Committee is probing meetings reportedly held in 2015 between two of former President Barack Obama’s top economic officials and Maria Butina, a Russian national who later pleaded guilty to conspiring to covertly influence U.S. foreign policy
Brothers say Jussie Smollett paid them to participate in alleged attack, source says
George Washington, the first President of the United States
Senator James Lankford said this is not just about an Oklahoma Tradition it’s an American Tradition.
Detectives for the Lawton Police Special Operations Unit initiated a drug bust and found $135,712 worth of drugs and cash on Feb. 7.
An unloaded and cased rifle, as well as a compound bow, were discovered in a vehicle at the Altus Public High School on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Both the Altus Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs swim teams became state runner-ups this weekend during the 2019 Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association State Meet.
A few years ago, I wrote a freelance piece for The Atlantic about a local lawmaker whose ambitious legislation always found its way into the national news cycle.
29 year old Robert Baker sought for murder investigation in Johnson County
Environmentalists are taking over this faded mining town 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, but many locals don’t seem to mind.
At least 33 former officials — including ex-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke — have found ways to sidestep the administration’s ethics pledge. Of those, at least 18 are now registered federal lobbyists and the rest work in jobs that closely resemble lobbying.
School officials say the monitoring was about keeping students safe, not punishing them. But critics say it expanded the role of police in schools and increased surveillance of children.
JAIR BOLSONARO PRAISED THE GENOCIDE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE. NOW HE’S EMBOLDENING ATTACKERS OF BRAZIL’S AMAZONIAN COMMUNITIES.
A new study of a scholarship program for low-income students in Nevada could provide ammunition to both advocates and critics of the tax-credit-subsidized initiative.
We’re now $22 trillion in debt, yet despite all that red ink, the Mexican cartels have control of our border and we’re not one bit closer to spending money on our own security.
Rats, Public Defecation And Open Drug Use: Our Major Western Cities Are Becoming Uninhabitable Hellholes
Almost everyone that goes out to visit one of our major cities on the west coast has a similar reaction.
Months after spending $900,000 to supply immigrants and their families with “targeted services and resources,” the mayor of Washington DC is giving an open borders group $100,000 to provide
San Diego’s City Hall complex will soon house a homeless shelter.
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“The horror, the horror.” Those were the words of Judge James Hudson during the sentencing of now 18-year-old Nathanial Jouett. Nearly a year and a half after the tragic incident on August 28th, 2017, Jouett was sentenced to serve…
On February 15, 2019, Port St. Lucie Police went to the 9400 block of SW Nuova Way, a gated community in the city limits of Port St Lucie, for reports of a residential burglary.
seeking nominations for its esteemed National Treasure distinction
Ever since Gov. Gavin Newsom announced he was suing the city of Huntington Beach for failing to meet its housing targets, housing advocates and political watchers have wondered who, if anyone, might be next.
surrounding communities will have the option of obtaining free tax preparation
Payless shoe stores plans to file for bankruptcy and expects to close all of its stores.
Before Laura Kelly took over as governor, the Kansas Department for Children and Families overhauled which private companies would manage its child welfare system, and how the department would oversee their work.
Kansas U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran is one of several Republicans who expressed concern about President Donald Trump’s declaration Friday of a national emergency to fund construction of a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Jim Stuart is looking to develop a big mixed-use project in the valley — but it won’t be centered on retail like Town Square Las Vegas, which he lost to foreclosure after the economy crashed.
The Fordyce City Council met Tuesday night and passed two ordinances and a resolution. Mayor John MacNichol gave the State of the City Address.
Officials in Jefferson County expect an economic boost once a new medical marijuana cultivation facility is up and running.
Yesterday afternoon, we learned of a tragic incident in Clovis that left one female deceased. According to the Clovis Police Department, around….
The Metropolitan Police Department has long found success solving crimes with the public’s help. Now it’s widening its reach to seek assistance from a new audience: inmates and jail visitors.
A proposal set for a vote by the Clark County Commission on Tuesday could lead to the creation of three recreation areas for off-road vehicles on 110,000 acres of federal land in Southern Nevada.