A Maryland man is set to serve a year in prison after hosting two large parties at his home amid the state’s coronavirus restrictions on gatherings.
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San Diego Unified leaders now say they have a date for when some students may start slowly returning to school: Oct. 13.
San Diego Unified leaders have finally set a date for when students can start slowly returning to campus. On Oct. 13, some students may finally get to see their campuses after more than six months at home.
The U.S. economy suffered its sharpest contraction in at least 73 years in the second quarter because of the disruptions from the coronavirus, the government confirmed on Wednesday.
Echo Fine Properties Real Estate Agents Rachel Hilli & Paul Brodeur interview the owners of Tiki Taxi & Cruises out of Stuart to tell us about the #1 party boat in Martin County!
A wildfire in northern California’s Napa Valley wine country more than quadrupled in size overnight to 11,000 acres (4,500 hectares) as thousands of residents awoke to mandatory evacuation orders on Monday.
The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee is expected to release a much-anticipated report into antitrust allegations against four of America’s largest tech companies as soon as Monday, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter.
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The sprint to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to become President Donald Trump’s third conservative appointee to the U.S. Supreme Court begins in earnest on Tuesday as the jurist meets with lawmakers at the U.S. Capitol, starting with Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
New York City will impose fines on people who refuse to wear a face mask from Tuesday onward as coronavirus cases increase in some neighborhoods, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are scheduled to speak on Tuesday about coronavirus relief legislation as talks to reach a compromise measure continue, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden take part in the first presidential debate between the two candidates.
U.S. stock index futures were flat on Tuesday as investors stayed away from making big bets ahead of the first presidential debate, while awaiting a reading on consumer confidence.
The Yankton Emergency Management office has issued a burn ban through today.
Yankton schools will soon be dismissing early on Fridays to give teachers more prep time for their virtual learning classes.
South Dakota recorded five new deaths due to COVID-19 on Tuesday.
An inmate accused of attacking a Turner County deputy and stealing his sheriff’s vehicle during a transport has previous charges of aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer.
A woman avoided fatal injuries on Monday after rolling her vehicle without wearing a seatbelt.
It’s full steam ahead for a new Transit Center to be built in Cedar County Nebraska.
Supporters of medical marijuana have launched a new campaign to place the issue before voters in a future year after the Nebraska Supreme Court blocked the measure from appearing on the general election ballot.
A man facing murder charges in the slaying of a 24-year-old Las Vegas model will undergo a competency evaluation before his trial set for next year, a judge decided Tuesday.
Licensed Health Administrator Donna Ferguson, talked about the Mass Flu Clinic that was last Friday in a recent interview. Ferguson said, they vaccinated 284 people during the Mass Flu Clinic.
Nevada reported an additional 404 cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, along with eight more deaths, according to state data.
Las Vegas police evacuated homes in an east Las Vegas neighborhood and closed portions of a busy thoroughfare as officers responded to a barricaded individual in a home Tuesday morning.
As COVID-19 ravages Latin America—especially Mexico—a record number of illegal immigrants are being smuggled into the United States through the southern border in commercial tractor-trailers.
Wet roads were most likely the cause of a one vehicle accident that killed an East Camden man in Ouachita County.
DNI Ratcliffe Declassifies Intel Suggesting Russia Alleged Hillary Clinton ‘Plan’ to Frame Trump for Collusion
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified intelligence on Tuesday that suggests Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign had created a plan in July 2016 to frame then-candidate Donald Trump for Russian hacking
The New York City Board of Elections on Tuesday admitted that nearly 100,000 Brooklyn voters received absentee ballot return envelopes with the wrong address and names labeled on them.
An Arkansas school superintendent has died from the illness caused by the coronavirus. The Atkins School District announced that Superintendent Jody Jenkins passed away Tuesday morning due to complications from COVID-19.
New York City officials have mailed absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes as fears grow over potential fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
Project Veritas’s most recent undercover video investigation provides “hard evidence” and a “smoking gun” of voter fraud operations in Minnesota for the benefit of Rep. Ilhan Oma
U.S. security officials are warning that violent domestic extremists pose a threat to the presidential election next month, amid what one official called a “witch’s brew” of rising political tensions, civil unrest and foreign disinformation campaigns.
A federal judge on Tuesday will weigh whether to grant a request by the Justice Department to dismiss a criminal charge against President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn in a highly anticipated court hearing.
Texas officials said on Tuesday it could take several months to ensure the public water system in Lake Jackson, Texas, is free of a brain-eating amoeba that causes a rare infection that killed a 6-year-old boy earlier this month.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron will release the recording from the grand jury proceedings connected to the Breonna Taylor investigation on Wednesday, the Washington Post reported.
The United States’ trade deficit in goods increased in August, with imports surging as businesses rebuild inventories which were depleted early in the COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting trade could be drag on economic growth in the third quarter.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has begun work for an HMA overlay on U.S. 40 Business in Geary County.
The 2nd Congressional District seat is wide open after current Rep. Steve Watkins lost in the primary.
A parade to support police and President Donald Trump is planned for Wednesday on the Las Vegas Strip.
Demonstrations have continued in the city for more than 120 days
A lawsuit filed in Houston on Monday by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) seeks to remove noncitizens from the voter rolls.
Project Veritas video investigation into the practice in Minneapolis is “further evidence” Congress should act.