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U.S. homebuilding unexpectedly fell in May, but data for the prior two months was revised higher and building permits increased, suggesting that the housing market was drawing some support from a sharp decline in mortgage rates.
A man died in a one vehicle accident Friday night on Baxter CR 54. According to State Police. 38 year old Johnathan Douglas of Mountain Home ran off the roadway and overturned his Pick-up truck.
The Dallas County Cooperative Extension Office Presents: Tasty Tuesday today at the Farmers Market located beside the courthouse.
The latest national report on the well-being of children by the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows Arkansas has improved its overall economic, health, education and social factors for children, although the state remains in the bottom 20 percent of the rankings.
If, despite its firm denials, Iran was behind attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf last week and a further four last month, they represent a calibrated yet risky pushback against a U.S. sanctions squeeze, regional experts say.
California doesn’t require schools or districts to have specific policies spelling out what type of interactions between educators and students aren’t allowed.
The former director of the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, Bob Portiss will be one of two individuals to be inducted into the Claremore Hall of Fame for 2019.
Air Force landlord falsified records to boost income, records show
Governor Kevin Stitt announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved the state’s request for disaster assistance for four more Oklahoma counties impacted by flooding, tornadoes, severe storms and straight-line winds.
Logan County added to the list of counties eligible for disaster assistance
Roseville man arrested after crashing into utility pole in Altus early Monday morning
A single family home sustained extensive damage in fire Thursday night
Jordan’s King Abdullah reacts angrily to any suggestion that he might accept a U.S. deal to end the Arab-Israeli conflict that would make his country a homeland for Palestinians.
The explosion that destroyed a SpaceX astronaut taxi in April “no doubt” delays NASA’s drive to return Americans to the International Space Station from U.S. soil later this year, the U.S. space agency’s chief said on Tuesday.
The U.S. military on Monday released new images it says showed Iran’s Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) removing an unexploded limpet mine from a Japanese-owned tanker
The “poor huddled masses” coming across the southern border may not be so poor after all.
Former Medical Intern Recounts Witnessing Live Organ Harvesting by China’s Military
Lopsided party dominance has not brought resignation
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei said the impact of a U.S. ban on the Chinese company was more severe than expected and warned that revenue would dip to around $100 billion this year and the next.
Around two million Toronto Raptors fans lined the streets of downtown Toronto to cheer on their hometown heroes in a victory parade on Monday to celebrate their first NBA championship that united Canada through basketball.
Illegal immigrants to the United States would be able to obtain driver’s licenses in New York under a bill passed by the state legislature on Monday, and a representative for Governor Andrew Cuomo said he would sign the measure.
Justice Clarence Thomas on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to feel less bound to upholding precedent, advancing a view that if adopted by enough of his fellow justices could result in more past decisions being overruled
U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration announced on Monday plans to permanently divert hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, after Trump blasted the three countries because thousands of their citizens had sought asylum at the U.S. border with Mexico.
Approved financing agreement with First National Bank of Wichita Falls for District 3’s purchase of a 2020 Mack Truck.
17 counties designated for individual assistance including Muskogee, Sequoyah, Tulsa Cherokee and Wagoner County.
The Colorado Independent speaks with journalist Aviva Stahl about her 18-month investigation of the practice
Richard Barrera has been elected to the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education three times and never faced an opponent. That won’t be the case in 2020. Teacher Patrick MacFarland announced he is running for the seat.
At the LEAD San Diego annual Visionary Awards on June 6, a diverse group of community leaders got deserved recognition. Journalists got a shout-out for their value to the community. (All events are better when they include praise for journalists, in our humble opinion.)
We heard some new faces are joining the team pushing a ballot measure next year to raise hotel taxes for a Convention Center expansion, homelessness programs and road repairs. Namely, we’d heard consultants from the firm Axiom Strategies, including Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s former chief of staff Stephen Puetz, are joining the effort.
In California, immigrant advocates often sue the government when they want to challenge problematic policies and uphold immigrants’ rights. The American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit to end family separation at the border is a prime example.
California doesn’t require schools to have policies spelling out appropriate boundaries between teachers and students, but not having those policies is proving to be a problem in court.
The United States is preparing to send additional troops to the Middle East in response to mounting concerns over Iran
Buzzing sounds will be filling the sky this week as the South Sioux City, Nebraska campus of Northeast Community College hosts Drone Camp.
As the days get warmer more and more folks are cooling off at city swimming pools.
The Yankton Holiday Lighting Task Force is forming and volunteers are being sought to fill the team.
Authorities say one person has been arrested and three additional suspects are being sought after a 40-mile chase in southern South Dakota.
Two Yankton High School students brought home success from the National Science Olympiad held in New York recently.
One man was flown to a Sioux City hospital Sunday night following a motorcycle accident involving a pickup in Madison County, Nebraska.
A Sioux City man charged in the deaths of his former girlfriend’s parents in Nebraska was found dead in his jail cell early Sunday morning.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lower court ruling against the owners of an Oregon bakery who refused based on their Christian beliefs to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple in another case pitting gay rights against religious rights.
Mexico will complete deployment of National Guard forces on its southern border with Guatemala this week as part of a new immigration control plan agreed with Washington, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday.
Hong Kong’s political crisis enters its second week on Monday as uncertainty mounts over the fate of government leader Carrie Lam and an extradition bill she postponed at the weekend.
A former Miramar Police Department employee was sentenced to prison today for participating in a fraud scheme.
The owner of a pain clinic and a pharmacy in South Florida was sentenced today to 78 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for his role in a $2.2 million Medicare fraud scheme.
The ongoing crisis along the U.S. border with Mexico is causing a substantial increase in the number of migrant rescues
Two men accused of kidnapping a victim at gunpoint and torturing him with a blowtorch were indicted. One man is currently being detained in South Florida, and the second was arrested and is currently being detained in Spain.
Ariana Farjado Orshan, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, and Steven Stuller, Deputy Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General (USPS OIG) announced that Alexei Rivero, 46, of Miami, Florida, pled guilty yesterday before U.S. District Judge Darrin P. Gayles,