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The county let bids last month for a new surveillance system for the Dallas County Detention Center. During Tuesday’s meeting County Judge Clark Brent said they opened 5 bids earlier in the day.
A former director of a Christian summer camp in Arkansas has been sentenced to six years in prison after he was convicted on video voyeurism and child pornography charges.
The Arkansas Health Department say the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has confirmed three cases of mumps and is testing a fourth potential case, just two years after the end of an outbreak in the state that involved thousands of cases of the illness.
One Clinton judge, an Obama judge, and a Trump judge.
The top U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators resumed high-level talks on Thursday to hash out a deal that could end their trade war, just over a week before a U.S.-imposed deadline to reach agreement expires and triggers a new round of tariffs.
Trump to Use ‘Nuclear Option’ to Recover $2.5 Bn More from California’s Failed High-Speed Rail Project
The Trump administration announced this week that it was canceling nearly $1 billion in grant money for California’s now-defunct high-speed rail project — and President Donald Trump is coming for the other $2.5 billion.
Claims actor was on a “political mission”
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved the start of commercial flights at Paine Field in Everett.
Several days after President Donald Trump declared a national emergency, construction began on the fifth border wall project of his administration.
A recap of law enforcement reports that aired on True Country 92.7fm on Friday 2/22
is facing a federal charge that he threatened to kill sheriffs who are refusing to enforce new gun restrictions.
A woman’s remains found earlier this month along a road outside Chehalis have been identified
The Clovis City Commission held their regular meeting yesterday evening, where tensions were heated regarding two potential…
Eight New Mexico counties, including Curry County have become second amendment sanctuary counties and more….
Two Democratic U.S. senators called for the Federal Trade Commission to act on a complaint filed by consumer groups against Facebook on Thursday that alleged the company scammed children into spending money on its platform.
Recently, Eastern New Mexico University was ranked among the top 50 best online colleges and Universities; according to bestcolleges.com. The website reviews hundreds of ….
Curry County wants feedback on how to plan for future community development projects and you’ll get a chance to…
A bill passed the Senate 39-0 that would give more peace of mind to consumers. Senator Pat Woods of Broadview introduced SB 120, which is a…
The Curry County Road Department has announced that the County Commission has appointed Road Viewers to consider the…
Health officials say influenza has been steadily active since the start of “flu season.” That has them repeating the call for flu shots. Since October, NMDOH has investigated…
US Senator Tom Udall is inviting college students from New Mexico that are interested in gaining legislative or press relations experience to…
The Curry County Board of Commissioners announced their support for border security, requesting that the State of New Mexico and the….
Officials with the City of Clovis announced today the beginning tomorrow morning at 6:30 a.m., the alleyway at Highland Elementary School from Plains to Manana will be closed for at least…
AT&T Inc said on Thursday it has removed its advertising from Alphabet Inc’s YouTube once again, following growing concerns the platform had displayed ads next to video content that showed the exploitation of children.
In Santa Fe, the House of Representatives has passed a bill that would allow eligible citizens to register and vote the ….
Students from Clovis Schools visited the State Capitol last week. While in Santa Fe, students from the….
In the legislative update, a bill working to create a healthy soil program for New Mexico received support and passed the ….
Roosevelt County Officials announced there will be a special meeting held on Friday. This meeting is in regards to the….
If you are a Clovis freshman or sophomore, here’s a chance to maximize your classroom time. And it will save some…
Roosevelt General Hospital was awarded a Small Rural Hospital Transition grant for the equivalent of…
Representatives from Clovis High School are among scores of high school students in a…
During their meeting last month, the Portales City Council adopted an ordinance that amended a portion of the …
In the Legislative update, one bill that was typically known for not advancing in previous sessions has passed another hurdle. The bill, SB 226, which is …
A Clovis woman was sentenced yesterday for charges that stem from her short-lived jail escape last summer. The woman…
In the legislative update, New Mexico lawmakers are eyeing a proposal from the House Budget writing committee, that if passed, would increase the…
A former director of Clovis’ senior meals program is in hot water. Cherisse Perez was arrested last week for taking more than ….
Clovis Municipals Schools is still seeking volunteers in their schools, and an evening workshop is being offered….
The Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce announced that accounting professors and other….
At approximately 6:00 PM yesterday evening, a resident walking a dog in the wooded area of 13580 87th Street located a partially decomposed body. Deputies and detectives arrived and began their investigation.
The United States will leave “a small peacekeeping group” of 200 American troops in Syria for a period of time after a U.S. pullout, the White House said on Thursday, as President Donald Trump pulled back from a complete withdrawal.
We’re guessing you, a normal human, don’t know much about the California Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team.
A U.S. judge on Thursday appeared open to ordering the government to find potentially thousands of additional children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border by the Trump administration, which could greatly expand the scope of a lawsuit challenging the separations.
The issue of trains blocking street intersections in Oklahoma isn’t new to the state. Check the history books.
First Banning Unified, then Los Angeles – and as of Thursday, Oakland teachers are on strike. The sight of workers walking out of their jobs, setting up picket lines and demanding justice by any means necessary is intoxicating. People can make change.
Britain and the European Union on Thursday played down the chances of clinching an immediate Brexit divorce deal but diplomats said they were edging closer to a legal compromise that Prime Minister Theresa May hopes will win over the British parliament.
FBI plotting to keep DNA of ENTIRE population on file to create ‘nation of suspects’
As OxyContin addiction spurred a national nightmare, a member of the family that has reaped billions of dollars from the painkiller boasted that sales exceeded his “fondest dreams,” according to a secret court document obtained by ProPublica.
America’s foreign-born population has reached its highest level in over 100 years, driven by immigrants from Latin America, according to new Census Bureau data.