So grave is the fallout from the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi that King Salman has felt compelled to intervene, five sources with links to the Saudi royal family said.
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Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said on Friday that members of a caravan of Central American migrants heading north should proceed individually if they decide to enter Mexico.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has filed a lawsuit in Ecuador seeking better access to communications as part of his asylum in the Andean nation’s London embassy, where he has lived for six years, his lawyer told a news conference on Friday.
Rosary for Maria Guadalupe “Lupe” Rodriguez
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), has issued public health warnings for some Kansas lakes for the upcoming weekend and week.
U.S. prosecutors on Friday agreed to drop criminal charges against Paul Manafort that a jury deadlocked on earlier this year, as a federal judge set a Feb. 8 date for Manafort’s sentencing on charges of bank fraud and filing false tax returns.
At their regular monthly meeting last Monday, the Bearden City Council voted to apply for a loan of around quarter-million dollars to purchase a new water meter system for the water department.
Dallas County Medical Center Administrator Ken Sanders said a new CT Scan machine is being installed. Sanders was excited about the new machine being “state of the art.”
News comes from Rob Roedel of the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas that electrical crews from around the state, including linemen from C&L Electric Cooperative in Star City have gone off to assist those in Georgia and Florida to continue restoration of electricity following the ravages of Hurricane Michael.
The Holly Springs Baptist Church of Sparkman is having a Gospel Singing event Sunday, October 21 at 6:00pm. Featured singers will be “The Arkansans.”
Clark County School District middle and high school students will be subject to random searches for weapons under a new initiative to combat the wave of guns found on campus.
Schlitterbahn employees David Hughes and John Zalsman betrayed no emotion as a Wyandotte County jury on Thursday found them not guilty of obstruction of justice.
The cliché is that time flies. Cattlewoman Brenda Schulz, who ranches near Grant in southeastern Oklahoma’s Choctaw County, won’t argue that point.
In August 2018, the Human Trafficking Task Force began an investigation into Human Trafficking activity which focused around two suspects, Keto Postemus and Aaron Martinez.
Minor damage reported in fire call early Thursday morning near Ozark
A recap of law enforcement reports that aired on True Country Radio 92.7fm on 10/19
Board game ‘supports and encourages cross-cultural understanding’
Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts (APA) teacher Danielle Collins has been named as a grant winner by The National Association for Music Education.
Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our ocean when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s and 1990s.
This past summer, most city teachers were prepping new lessons, revising curriculum and readying for the start of the new school year. However, many teachers on the city’s Absent Teacher Reserve (ATR) were polishing their CVs. This included Aixa Rodriguez, an ESL teacher who has been with the DOE since 2005.
Two people were detained Friday morning after they are alleged to have broke into a northwest valley ATV dealership.
Hundreds of people were feeling lucky Thursday as they waited for a chance to buy tickets in Primm for what is expected to be the second largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.
Disputes over U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade tariffs and their consequences are being escalated at the World Trade Organization
President Donald Trump shared a slogan about the Congressional midterm elections on Thursday.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Tuesday to discuss the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as Turkish police prepared to search the Saudi consul’s residence in Istanbul in a widening probe.
Turkey searched the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for a second time overnight as part of a probe into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, while the French and Dutch finance ministers pulled out of a Riyadh investment summit amid global criticism of the kingdom.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is expected to sign legislation on Friday raising the maximum penalty for fraternity hazing to a felony, carrying up to seven years in prison.
The Home Front: Hickenlooper touts ‘an improved view of Colorado across the nation as his biggest accomplishment’ on ‘farewell tour’ Your morning roundup of stories from the front pages of newspapers across Colorado
“Gov. John Hickenlooper touted an improved view of Colorado across the nation as his biggest accomplishment in his two terms,” reports The Durango Herald. “
President Donald Trump on Thursday said he would to deploy the U.S. military and close the southern border if Mexico did not move to halt large groups of migrants headed for the United States from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
Two of President Donald Trump’s top advisers got into a heated exchange outside the Oval Office on Thursday as passions boiled over about how to handle illegal immigration, two sources familiar with the incident said.
The state of education in Yankton will be on the schedule at an upcoming State of the Community luncheon to be held October 30th.
Wagner, South Dakota School Superintendent Linda Foos has been awarded the National Educational Leadership Award by Jobs for America’s Graduates – or JAG.
Even though we are only half-way through October, the Vermillion Public Library is gearing up for a fun creative writing event in next month.
More than 400 students from 16 regional high schools attended Onward Yankton’s LEAD SERVE IMPACT Entrepreneurship Conference held Wednesday at Mt Marty College.
South Dakota students are doing better on their ACT’s!
A motorcyclist was killed midday Thursday in an east valley crash, Las Vegas police said.
Henderson Police will begin an enhanced traffic enforcement program targeting impaired drivers.
The Disneyland Resort pumped another $600,000 Wednesday toward influencing the Anaheim City Council election, surpassing its previous spending record with more than $1.5 million spent so far this year.
Mayor de Blasio shakes hands with United Federation of Teachers president Michael Mulgrew on the new teachers contract, as Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza (at left) looks on. The new deal will offer thousands of dollars in annual salary increases for educators who would commit to work in the city’s most high-need schools.
Game wardens have accused two of San Diego’s top yachtsmen of poaching shellfish, an odd incident that recently sent shockwaves through their genteel world.