Top White House aides ignored repeated warnings they could be breaking the law as they worked with former U.S. officials and a close friend of President Donald Trump to advance a multi-billion-dollar plan to build nuclear reactors in the Middle East
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Libraries in Hartington and Ponca are among the 63 facilities in Nebraska to be accredited recently by the Nebraska Library Development Commission.
Some changes are being made by the Boys & Girls Club of Yankton for the coming summer and into the 2019-2020 school year.
Opponents are calling on South Dakota lawmakers to defeat a bill taking aim again at allowing transgender students to play on the athletic team that matches their gender identity.
A five-year plan has been formulated by the Lewis & Clark Natural Resources District with the goal of improving water quality within the District.
Lawmakers are digging in for what is likely to be some long sessions in Pierre.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday took a step toward creating a U.S. Space Force, a new branch of the military dedicated to handling threats in space.
Roger Stone, a former political adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, was ordered on Tuesday to appear in court this week over Instagram posts that chastised and appeared to threaten the judge presiding over his criminal trial.
Bernie Sanders is back for another White House run, but this one promises to be far different than the improbable 2016 presidential campaign that made the Vermont senator a political force.
Oklahoma Department of Human Services will release all March SNAP food benefits on March 1st
U.S. stocks were set to dip at the open on Tuesday after rallying strongly last week, as investors focused on the latest round of trade talks between the United States and China.
Voters who go to the polls next Tuesday for the special election for public advocate could be looking for a strong counterpoint to Mayor de Blasio or a crusader against corruption; a lawyer for the people or a civics-educator-in-chief; an ombudsperson or a policymaker-without-portfolio.
In these days of high political drama, with talk of impeachment and a declaration of emergency at the national level as local and state politicians tangle over Amazon, legal redress for victims of sexual abuse and reproductive rights, property tax reform is not the kind of topic that gets hearts a-thumping.
Records of prosecutorial misconduct in Sir Mario Owens’s death penalty case will remain sealed
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he wants North Korea to end its nuclear program, but has no pressing time schedule for this, as he dispatched his special envoy to finalize preparations for a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next week.
More details released as the search for a murder suspect continues
A recap of law enforcement reports from Tuesday 2/19 that aired on True Country 92.7fm
A prominent real-estate broker of luxury homes is facing a charge that he battered his fiancee during a Valentine’s Day dispute, according to a police report.
A pre-trial hearing for Robert Fabian of Alpine,
The Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show will be held March 4th to the 9th.
The Vero Beach Police Department Special Investigations Unit, Sebastian Police Department Criminal Investigations Unit, and Indian River County Sheriff’s Office Vice Unit has been conducting a criminal investigation into multiple massage parlor locations within Indian River County.
A Stillwater woman has been ordered to appear in court on March 4 on a child abuse charge alleging she repeatedly struck a seven-year-old girl in the head with a book and water bottle before kicking the child, who received injuries to her face, ear and neck.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is looking forward to a good meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Feb. 27 and 28 in Vietnam and wants Pyongyang to ultimately denuclearize but is in no particular hurry.
Senate Education Committee approved a bill restoring five-day school weeks in Oklahoma schools
A new round of talks between the United States and China to resolve their trade war will take place in Washington on Tuesday, with follow-up sessions at a higher level later in the week, the White House said.
EPA acting administrator Andrew Wheeler rejected a proposal from his staff that would have reduced the ambition of the nation’s biofuel policy over the next three years, arguing the targeted range it included for annual ethanol consumption was too low, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Former top FBI official Andrew McCabe decried the “relentless attack” he said U.S. President Donald Trump has launched against the agency, according to released excerpts of an interview with NPR’s Morning Edition, to be aired early Monday.
U.S. Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Tuesday made her first appearance on the bench since lung cancer surgery in December as she attended an oral argument in a patent case.
A coalition of 16 U.S. states led by California sued President Donald Trump’s administration on Monday over his decision to declare a national emergency to obtain funds for building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The administration is responding in part to a reported hanging of a young gay man in Iran, Trump’s top geopolitical foe.
A delegation of U.S. lawmakers sought to reassure European allies in Brussels on Tuesday that differences over President Donald Trump’s policies were mere “family squabbles” and transatlantic ties remain strong.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Wednesday to “take stock of the latest state of play on Brexit” with the head of the EU’s executive European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, spokespeople of the latter said.
U.S. consumers expect to spend more money in 2019 than they did a year ago, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York showed on Tuesday.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat running for president, on Tuesday proposed a universal childcare program, paid for by a tax on high-net-worth individuals, to help families unable to find affordable care.
Rod Rosenstein, the U.S. deputy attorney general who appointed a special counsel to investigate possible ties between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign, is expected to step down by mid March, a Justice Department official said on Monday.
For all the flair that the second week of the Nevada Legislature brought, the third week appears primed for a more traditional tone.
The Las Vegas Valley will see a cool and dry Tuesday before snow is expected to return midweek, according to the National Weather Service.
With Project Neon wrapping up this summer after snarling traffic near downtown Las Vegas for more than two years, transportation officials already are looking toward the area’s next big undertaking.
Nevada has joined onto a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s move to declare a national emergency to fund a border wall he has promised to build dating back to his presidential campaign
Las Vegas police rescued a stranded hiker Monday afternoon from a mountain in the northeast valley.
Four people were displaced but not hurt after a fire early Monday in their central Las Vegas Valley apartment.
The Chinese government on Monday unveiled its “Greater Bay Area” project to unite the semi-autonomous cities of Hong Kong and Macau with nine mainland cities
The number of “Unaccompanied Alien Children” (UACs) who have been resettled across the United States in the last half decade is nearly seven times the population of Beverly Hills
During a stop in Miami to address the Venezuelan American community, President Trump blasted the Socialist leader of the country Nicolas Maduro, and promised support for Venezuela’s opposition leader.
American taxpayers are continuing to fund border security measures and border walls in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt, and Lebanon with President Trump’s signing of a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) spending bill.
The glittery gold print on Cara Simon’s graduation cap begged — maybe only half-jokingly — for a break: “Can I take a nap now?”
Fordyce Police are still investigating a home break-in that occurred some time prior to February 7 of this year.
Rain/ Wet roads were most likely a contributing factor in a one car accident that happened early Sunday morning. The accident left an El Dorado resident dead.
During the Woodlawn School Board meeting on February 11 the school board approved plans to expand and renovate the gym lobby. The plans will also include double the size of the men’s and women’s restroom.