Democrats delayed an impeachment vote by a U.S. House Committee just before midnight, incensing Republicans and setting up a Friday showdown over President Donald Trump’s future.
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JRMC CEO reports 3 institutions have approached the hospital about future relationship
China and the United States are in close communication on trade, its commerce ministry said on Thursday, declining to comment on possible retaliatory steps if Washington imposes more tariffs on Chinese goods this weekend.
Traffic stop by Paris Police leads to drug arrest
CenturyLink has been ordered to pay $6.1 million to Washington state
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Department has received several reports of Social Security phone scams
Republican State Senator Brad Hawkins is sponsoring a bill to create a Washington Apple License Plate.
The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a serious injury collision
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party will win a majority of 86 seats in Britain’s election, giving him the numbers in parliament he needs to deliver Brexit on Jan. 31, an exit poll indicated on Thursday.
he sixth and final meeting of the year for the Governor’s Council on Education concluded this afternoon, with a set of recommendations focused on greater collaboration between businesses, workforce training programs, and educators, along with enhanced access to high-quality education for Kansans of all ages.
The final meeting for the Governor’s Council on Medicaid Expansion concluded this afternoon.
Kansas State University Researcher Receives $1.6 Million NIH Grant To Uncover Mysteries Behind Parkinson’s Disease
A new research grant for Yulan Xiong, assistant professor of anatomy and physiology at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, focuses on gaining a better understanding of the physiological causes of Parkinson’s disease.
On December 12th, at about 1443 hours, Officer Nick Blake observed a Grey Acura driving at excessive speed on I-70.
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Seasonable weather is in store for the weekend with a slight risk of some spitting rain Saturday night.
While there are a dozen marijuana dispensaries in the city of Las Vegas, a proposed store near the upscale community of Summerlin has rattled neighbors and set off a fight over the industry’s emergence into the suburbs.
Two people died in a two-vehicle crash in northeast Las Vegas early Friday.
A man was shot during a gunfire exchange with officers Thursday night in a Henderson residential area across form a middle school, Henderson police said.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has been dispatched on nearly 400 calls for wrong-way drivers in Southern Nevada so far this year, according to the agency.
At least once every four days in Clark County, a homeless person dies.
The Fordyce Redbugs have advanced to the State Championship Game which is this Saturday at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock at 12:00 noon. The Redbugs will once again take on the Junction City Dragons.
Superintendent Dr. Judy Hubbell stopped by South Arkansas Today’s Morning Show Tuesday to talk about the somethings regarding the recent School Board meeting.
According to Fordyce Police Chief Jimmy Vaughn, Fordyce officers made a total of 12 arrests between December 3 – 9.
Another magnet school principal found herself the target of complaints, as a small group of parents from Walter Bracken STEAM Academy told Clark County School District trustees Thursday they didn’t agree with Principal Stanica Sretenovic’s changes to the school.
The First Baptist Church in Thornton and the First United Methodist Church of Thornton are teaming up this Saturday and Sunday to present “Messiah Heaven’s Glory” at 6:00pm each evening.
The U.S. Army has made permanent a classified aviation mission over Washington and disclosed that it’s aimed at responding to a terrorist attack or natural disaster. The mysterious operation — which generated complaints from local residents
The Arkansas Court of Appeals says a teenager charged in the 2017 shooting death of a police officer can be tried as an adult.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been BLOCKED from seeing key evidence from US authorities who want to extradite him for ‘leaking sensitive military data’, court hears
Barely a day goes by without Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador berating business and political elites, whom he blames for fueling the country’s poverty and corruption.
Police raided home after underage victim escaped, reported sexual assault
The mindset around school shootings is changing.
For nearly a year, Democrats have been engaged in a bitter dispute over the way candidates are elevated in South Bay political races.
When the U.S. ethanol industry was booming, Indiana farmer Paul Hodgen made good money selling about a quarter of his crop to a local facility that produced the corn-based fuel.
U.S. asylum seekers sent to Guatemala under a new Trump administration program have mostly preferred to return to their country of origin instead of staying in the Central American nation, Guatemala’s Interior Minister said on Thursday.
President Donald Trump’s fight to keep his personal financial records private reaches a new stage on Friday when U.S. Supreme Court justices meet to consider up to three hotly-contested cases pitting Trump against congressional Democrats and a New York prosecutor.
A federal judge blocked Los Angeles from enforcing a law requiring contractors seeking to do business with the city to disclose their ties to the National Rifle Association.
Senior negotiators in the U.S. Congress on Thursday reached a tentative deal with the White House on a series of bills to fund federal agencies through Sept. 30, 2020, which would avert partial government shutdowns next week.
The U.S. special envoy for North Korea will arrive in South Korea on Sunday ahead of a year-end deadline set by Pyongyang for Washington to soften its approach to stalled denuclearization talks, Seoul said on Friday.
A U.S. government watchdog is raising fresh concerns that health insurers are exaggerating how sick Medicare patients are, receiving billions of dollars in improper payments as a result.
New Zealand’s military forces began a high-risk operation on volcanic White Island on Friday to recover bodies of eight people killed in an eruption this week, despite warnings that the island was still highly volatile.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency deported more than a quarter of a million illegal aliens from the United States in Fiscal Year 2019, including roughly 5,500 gang members.
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected on Thursday to take its most concrete step yet in impeaching Donald Trump, when a key committee clears the way for a full House vote formally accusing him of high crimes and misdemeanors.
The U.S. Supreme Court may have a conservative majority that includes two justices appointed by President Donald Trump, but his efforts to shield his tax returns and other financial records from scrutiny still face an uncertain future.
Investigators are probing the deadly attack on a New Jersey kosher grocery store earlier this week as an act of domestic terrorism motivated by anti-Semitism and hatred of law enforcement, state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and New Jersey U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito told a news conference.
The state of Washington on Thursday proposed bans on the sale of “assault weapons” and high capacity magazines, part of a package of gun laws meant to address a rising wave of U.S. mass shootings.
An estimated 175 angels have been returned
The parade will begin at 6:15pm downtown
A San Diego man who’s facing a nearly $10 million fine for spoofing political robocalls says someone else put him up to it — he just won’t say who.
For years, the city of San Diego has tried to increase its hotel-room tax. But time and time again, voters have rejected each proposal. In March 2020, the city will take another stab at it.
Clay County authorities in South Dakota say the body of a deceased man was discovered in an alleyway in Irene earlier this week.