President Donald Trump promised to win government funding for his planned wall on the Southern border on Wednesday, despite having no path for political victory.
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A 17-year old boy who is an inmate at Green Hill School in Chehalis is back in custody
A man died Monday night when he was hit by a vehicle while he was checking his mail
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed legislation long in the making and backed by President Donald Trump to reduce sentences for certain prison inmates.
A third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, Canada’s National Post newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing the Canadian foreign ministry.
According to Fordyce Police Chief Jimmy Vaughn, Fordyce officers made a total of 9 arrests between December 10 and 16
At least one person was hospitalized after an explosion at an aerospace and defense plant.
Police in Pine Bluff say one person is dead after a shooting at an apartment complex.
At its December meeting this past Monday the Bearden City Council agreed to convene a special meeting in order to swear in the new council officers for the coming year. That swearing in meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
Too often we hear of cases involving some sort of abuse commuted against children. However, the Arkansas Department of human services which also investigates abuse or neglect of adults in Arkansas has closed its backlog of nearly 9,000 cases. That “number” though, is not a bad as it sounds.
The United States is considering a total withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria as it nears the end of its campaign to retake all of the territory once held by Islamic State, U.S. officials told Reuters on Wednesday.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX halted on Wednesday the long-delayed launch of a navigation satellite for the U.S. military, failing to complete its first designated national security mission for the United States due to a technical issue with its rocket.
Orange County supervisors finished the year with a dramatic public meeting, featuring goodbyes to Supervisors Todd Spitzer and Shawn Nelson, criticism of all five supervisors over the deaths of more than 200 homeless people this year, and questions from the incoming DA about wiretapping and alleged conflicts of interest.
There’s evidence that officials at the Sweetwater Union High School District attempted to cover up financial wrongdoing, according to state auditors.
A Roosevelt County jury has found a Portales man guilty of trafficking meth. 42-year-old Jose Enriques was found guilty by a jury on Tuesday. He was also convicted for a…
New Mexico has netted more than $13 million from this month’s oil and gas lease sale. The State Land Office says most of the proceeds from the December sale will go to…
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she was sticking to a pledge to reduce annual net migration to Britain to less than 100,000.
At the corner of Guy R. Brewer Boulevard and Archer Avenue, in Jamaica, Queens, dozens of people line up each day to board commuter vans to get to work, school, and more.
New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) President Andy Byford said earlierthis month that a big part of the system’s budget woes are the direct result of individuals who don’t pay their fare.
American officials plan to review sanctions slapped on North Korea and a ban on travel to the country imposed on U.S. citizens to ensure that they do not limit humanitarian aid, a U.S. special envoy said on Wednesday.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday, but may cut the number of hikes it anticipates next year and signal an earlier end to its monetary tightening in the face of financial market volatility and rising recession fears.
Additional $5.8 billion in aid for Central America despite hordes of caravan invasions
Scores of complaints accusing U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of improperly conducting himself during his contentious Senate confirmation process have been thrown out by a panel of eight federal judges.
A federal judge delayed sentencing on Tuesday for President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn
The White House said on Tuesday it has found a way to build President Donald Trump’s promised border wall without new funding from Congress, stepping away from the president’s threat to shut down the U.S. government over border security disputes.
Mount Marty College professor and Yankton resident Charlie Gross recently donated funds to purchase land near the Mount Marty campus.
Scottsbluff, Nebraska, police have arrested a woman and her son a day after they opened a shop offering products containing cannabidiol, derived from hemp.
Two universities in South Dakota are teaming up to train biomedical engineers in an effort to help boost Sioux Falls’ burgeoning medical technology industry.
Two Yankton medical clinics are set to merge in the new year.
The 2019 Dakota Farm Show has been set for January 3rd through the 5th at the USD DakotaDome.
The South Dakota legislature is set to start meeting on January 8th, and lawmakers are getting ready for the 94th session.
Prime Minister Theresa May and her ministers will on Tuesday step up preparations for a “no deal” Brexit, an outcome made more likely by a deadlock in parliament over the British leader’s divorce deal with the European Union.
Orange County sheriff officials plan to upgrade their computer system for wiretapping drug and money laundering phone calls and internet connections, with $161,000 in new equipment and software from Nebraska-based Pen-Link Ltd.
Last month, New York City sold $1.2 billion in general-obligation bonds, the fourth such sale this year
Nearly 30 years after she began her career in Denver as a bilingual teacher, Susana Cordova was selected Monday as superintendent of the 92,000-student school district.
During a strange and dramatic board meeting Monday night – with reshuffled agenda items and a damning government report – state officials accused Sweetwater Union High School District employees of knowingly covering up the district’s ongoing financial crisis, triggered by massive overspending.
Johnson & Johnson on Monday scrambled to contain fallout from a Reuters report that the healthcare conglomerate knew for decades that cancer-causing asbestos lurked in its Baby Powder, taking out full-page newspaper ads defending its product and practices
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded nearly $21 million in grants for drinking and wastewater infrastructure improvements in Nevada, including upgrading 87,000 water meters to boost efficiency in North Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police are investigating after possible human remains were found Tuesday morning in a desert area in the far northeast valley.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) stated that the White House would need Congressional approval to get wall funding from another part of the government,