Steps were taken during a recent Yankton City Commission meeting to help boost logistics of two major archery tournaments scheduled to come to Yankton.
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A Yankton man has been sentenced in following a conviction of conspiring to distribute 40 grams or more of fentanyl earlier this year.
Three people were taken to the hospital following a two-vehicle accident in Norfolk Nebraska Wednesday afternoon.
Tis the season for giving, but unfortunately not everyone is in a giving mood during the holidays.
A father and his adult son have pleaded guilty in South Dakota to federal charges in a case that offered a glimpse into the illegal trafficking of eagles and other protected birds.
U.S. regulators are setting up a new three-digit number to reach a suicide prevention hotline – that in the hopes of making it easier to seek help and reduce the stigma associated with mental health.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden gained two more endorsements from onetime backers of rival Kamala Harris’ campaign, a sign of early strength in consolidating support after the U.S. senator left the race.
Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan’s Birth & Women’s Center team was recognized as a “High 5 for Mom and Baby” hospital Dec. 12.
U.S. President Donald Trump reprised his ridicule of 16-year-old Greta Thunberg on Thursday saying it was “ridiculous” that the Swedish climate activist was named Time’s Person of the Year for 2019.
North Korea’s foreign ministry criticized the United States for convening the U.N. Security Council and warned that it is ready to respond to any corresponding measure that Washington chooses, state media said on Thursday.
On December 11, 2019 at about 3:30 PM the Barton County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at 7 NE. 30th Rd. just north of the City of Great Bend.
Voters go to the polls on Thursday in an election that will pave the way for Brexit under Prime Minister Boris Johnson or propel Britain toward another referendum that could ultimately reverse the decision to leave the European Union.
The Pentagon on Thursday tested a conventionally configured ground-launched ballistic missile, a test that would have been prohibited under the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
High school graduation rates in Nevada and Clark County inched slightly higher in 2019, with both recording new highs, according to state data released Thursday.
One person was critically injured Thursday morning in an explosion that caused a two-alarm fire at a condominium and apartment complex in North Las Vegas.
The Fort Pierce Police Department responded to a traffic crash near the intersection of North US Highway 1 and Avenue M involving a St. Lucie County School Bus at approximately 6:58 a.m. today
About 2,200 students from 33 states and 45 countries to participate in 4 p.m. ceremony.
Colorado school ratings finalized Wednesday show that slightly fewer schools this year earned one of the two lowest ratings.
A mysterious new development has occurred in the legal action against National Oilwell VARCO L.P., the Texas company sued over the Jan. 22, 2018 tragic well blowout that left five workers dead at a site near Quinton, Oklahoma.
A key component in the advancement of innovation is protecting intellectual property.
Longtime state employee Dale Dennis is one of two Kansans being honored as a Kansan of the Year, the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas recently announced.
A high-level defector from Kim Jong-un’s regime has sent a letter to President Trump warning that he has been “tricked” into believing the North Korean leader will ever denuclearize
Two Kansas schools are being nationally recognized for exceptional student achievement in 2019.
McConnell will move to acquit Trump if he’s impeached, not merely dismiss charges, 2 Republican senators say
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to hold a final vote to acquit President Donald Trump, should he be impeached
AAA Kansas has honored Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) Master Trooper John Lawson, who works out of the patrol’s Troop E headquarters in Garden City, as the state’s first Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) of the Year for 2019.
Oklahoma’s Uniform Building Code Commission will meet next week to consider adoption of a new International Conservation Code that applies to energy efficiency.
Thursday was a deadline for about 200 federal workers to decide if they will move from Washington, D.C. into the Bureau of Land Management’s new official national headquarters in Grand Junction, Colorado.
The people who make a living watching the weather admit it—they’re not sure if the storm system churning out in the Pacific south of Alaska will bring snow or rain to Oklahoma in the coming days.
will launch DUI emphasis patrols beginning Friday.
U.S. producer prices were unexpectedly unchanged in November as increases in food and gasoline prices were offset by declining costs for services, pointing to muted inflation despite a recent uptick in consumer prices.
has voted to ban the use of facial-recognition technology
approved the hotel/motel lodging tax grant allocations for 2020
As the U.S. House of Representatives moves closer to impeaching President Donald Trump, larger questions loom in the Senate, where Trump’s Republican allies may not give him the extended trial he would like.
Above-normal temperatures have a few more days to run in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
A man accused of firing a gun at an off-duty officer Tuesday on Interstate 15 is facing three felony charges, and authorities said he is a fugitive from another state.
Two people were taken into custody after a stolen vehicle was involved in a fiery crash Wednesday night, Las Vegas police said.
Two seventh-grade girls were arrested Wednesday afternoon on charges of making terroristic threats at Tarkanian Middle School, Clark County School District police said.
Clark County has taken a step toward its goal of providing “housing first” to fight homelessness with approval of a contract to provide shelter for up to 25 patients undergoing substance abuse treatment.
Del Rio Sector Border Patrol officials report a recent increase in the number of migrants from Africa being apprehended after illegally crossing from Mexico.
Prosecutors will not pursue charges against a physical therapist accused in October of sex assault and open and gross lewdness.
Self-described security hawks now say they see major problems in surveillance law
Concerns mount about city’s capacity to host large events
A student who posted “It’s Okay to be White” flyers outside of a building at the Oklahoma City University of Law was expelled and interrogated by the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Headlines for Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019
A Football Workout Killed Their Son, Then The Kansas Community College Rejected A Claim For Millions
It’s been more than a year since 19-year-old Braeden Bradforth died from exertional heat stroke after his first football practice at Garden City Community College.
Nationally recognized experts in swine nutrition and insect biochemistry are this year’s recipients of Kansas State University’s Commerce Bank and W.T. Kemper Foundation Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award.