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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his inquiry into Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. election provided extensive details on President Donald Trump’s efforts to thwart the probe, giving Democrats plenty of political ammunition against the Republican but no consensus on how to use it.
Last year, 30 people were hired as a direct result of the Centralia College job fair.
and arrested 39-year old Justin McLeod on federal firearms charges.
Festival Director Rosemary Sinclair of the Rison Shine Development stopped by South Arkansas Today’s morning show yesterday to tell us all the details, regarding the events that the Spring fest will provide.
The son of an Arkansas congressman has been sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to drugs and weapons charges.
A recap of law enforcement reports that aired on True Country 92.7fm recently
U.S. homebuilding dropped to a near two-year low in March, pulled down by persistent weakness in the single-family housing segment
The U.S. Energy Department is asking a federal judge in Reno to dismiss the state’s lawsuit challenging plutonium shipments to Nevada, adding that the material at the storage site north of Las Vegas does not threaten public safety.
A scheduled update of the funding related to the Las Vegas Monorail Co. was temporarily derailed this week.
Philanthropists who have for years pushed for a major Balboa Park overhaul have officially backed away from their years-long campaign to clear cars from the park’s central mesa.
After months as volunteer activists demanding that President Donald Trump be impeached, Eileen and Michael O’Brien sat on their couch on Thursday, cracked open a laptop and began to read the 448-page special counsel report that liberals have dreamed would make impeachment a reality.
Sitting on a working-class commercial strip in the shadows of an above-ground rail line, a group called Make the Road New York’s busy street-level offices are easy to miss. But its mission to support and advocate for immigrants is front and center.
Attorney General William Barr could have buried Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report deep in the recesses of the U.S. Justice Department and simply told the public that President Donald Trump would not face criminal prosecution.
Students in Oklahoma are expected to join a nationwide climate change strike on Friday May 3.
A senior Thai government official on Friday urged a U.S. man and a Thai woman on the run from a possible death sentence for building an off-shore “sea home” to fight the charge in court.
An influential U.S. congressman has warned the European Union that any Brexit arrangement that undermines Northern Ireland’s 1998 peace agreement could endanger a proposed EU-U.S. trade deal, the Irish Times reported on Friday.
Turkey’s hopes of avoiding punishing U.S. sanctions over its purchase of a Russian air defense system appear increasingly pinned on intervention from Donald Trump, but the president has little leeway to counter Ankara’s many critics in Washington.
A second wave of tornadoes and thunderstorms to hit the U.S. South and Midwest this week turned deadly on Thursday with three people reported killed, as the storms pushed eastward on Friday, officials and media accounts said.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the testing of a new type of tactical guided weapon on Wednesday, state media Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Thursday.
In an undeniable and definitive manner.
Says gov running out of space to house illegal families
Las Vegas city officials want to put the brakes on portions of proposed changes in the rules governing high occupancy vehicle lanes that are slated to take effect when Project Neon is completed next month.
Higher state gasoline taxes have won approval in seven Republican-run states since President Donald Trump took office
New York City’s Department of Health defended its mandatory measles vaccination order in a state court on Thursday after a group of anonymous Brooklyn parents sued, arguing that the order was unconstitutional.
U.S. health officials on Thursday said they will spend $350 million in four states to study ways to best deal with the nation’s opioid crisis on the local level, with a goal of reducing opioid-related overdose deaths by 40 percent over three years in selected communities in those states.
As expected, the flooding from last month, along with continued wet weather, has Yankton County officials watching the damage costs continue to go up.
South Dakota officials say it’s time to start preparing for severe weather and next week is the state’s designated Severe Weather Awareness Week.
Effective immediately, the South Dakota county of Hutchinson has banned non-essential travel on roads affected by flooding and other factors.
The 2019 Arbor Day will be celebrated on April 26th, and the Vermillion Parks & Rec Department will be celebrating by planting trees.
While there is a long road ahead, the county has taken the first steps in a potential 20-year plan to replace four aging Yankton County bridges crossing the James River.
The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office says it will conduct another search this weekend for a 9-year-old girl who went missing in the Black Hills area more two months ago.
President Nicolas Maduro is funneling cashflow from Venezuelan oil sales through Russian state energy giant Rosneft as he seeks to evade U.S. sanctions designed to oust him from power, according to sources and documents reviewed by Reuters.
“I had to stop reading. It was like looking at a scary movie where it gets so bad you have to turn away,” said Yvette Porter-Moore of our recent story documenting significant problems at Porter Elementary School. Porter-Moore is the daughter of Walter J. Porter, the namesake of Porter Elementary.
Hoping you wouldn’t have to wait four hours to comment at a San Diego Unified School District meeting? Sorry, you’re out of luck.
The Plaza de Panama project is officially dead.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report on Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. election will be released on Thursday, providing the first public look at the findings of an inquiry that has cast a shadow over Donald Trump’s presidency.
A judge in Ecuador has ordered former foreign minister Ricardo Patino be held in pre-trial detention on a so-called instigation charge, the attorney general’s office said on Thursday, but the ex-official’s whereabouts are unknown.
Once more, the City of Henderson has been named one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters for offering employee commuter benefits that meet national standard of excellence criteria.
A time lapse camera installed just hours before Monday’s devastating blaze at Notre-Dame de Paris may contain vital clues as to what caused the inferno, a French scaffolding company working at the cathedral said on Thursday.
The U.S. International Trade Commission estimated the proposed new North American free trade deal would modestly boost the U.S. economy but could reduce U.S. vehicle production.
The Trump administration lost a court bid on Thursday aimed at striking down California’s “sanctuary” statutes that prevent local law enforcement from helping the U.S. government’s crackdown on illegal immigration.
One of President Donald Trump’s prospective Federal Reserve nominees, businessman Herman Cain, said on Thursday he was not withdrawing from consideration for the post, although his chances of winning the Senate’s needed approval appear dim.
U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said after the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Thursday that impeachment of President Donald Trump was not worthwhile with an election coming up in 18 months.
A 37-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday night after walking into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City with two full gasoline cans, lighter fluid and lighters, police said.
Nevada Highway Patrol troopers rescued a dog on Interstate 15 Wednesday in central Las Vegas and the agency was looking for her owners.
A two-alarm fire at Martinique Bay Apartments last night displaced 11 Henderson residents and caused $300,000 in damage.