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  1. Tampa Bay area employees losing jobs after not showing up during Hurricane Irma

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 09.22 / 03:09 wkrg.com
    Employees from various fields across the Tampa Bay area lost their jobs after not showing up to work during Hurricane…
  2. Sarah Palin rallies for Moore in Montgomery: 'He was deplorable before deplorable was cool'

    Al.com-Huntsville 09.22 / 02:38 www.al.com
    The former vice presidential candidate and ex-Trump adviser said Moore holds Donald Trump's…
  3. Luther Strange ignores Roy Moore question on appointment by Bentley

    Al.com-Birmingham 09.22 / 01:39 www.al.com
    Roy Moore and Luther Strange squared off in a 70-minute debate tonight in…
  4. Man Convicted of Murder After Victim Overdoses on Heroin

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 09.22 / 01:19 wkrg.com
    Marcus Jackson is going to prison for the rest of his life after a two-day trial convicted him of first-degree murder by distribution of…
  5. AL Democratic Senate campaign capitalizes on Moore spelling error

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 09.22 / 01:19 wkrg.com
    A campaign bus for Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore’s senate run was spotted Thursday in downtown Montgomery with a misspelling. Can y&…
  6. Funeral Service scam alert warning for Alabama residents

    Fox10tv.com - Alabama (AL) 09.22 / 00:31 fox10tv.com
     The Alabama Board of Funeral Service would like to alert the public of individuals trying to scam grieving…
  7. Greystone resident has served six presidents in U.S. Secret Service

    280living.com - Alabama (AL) 09.22 / 00:25 280living.com
    Michael Williams, the Secret Service special agent in charge for Alabama and Mississippi, shared his story with the Hoover Area Chamber of…
  8. BREAKING: Body Discovered in Parking Lot of McDonald’s in Foley

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 09.22 / 00:20 wkrg.com
    A large emergency response is underway at the McDonald's on Highway-59 in Foley for a body discovered in the parking…
  1. Alaska DOT is cruising Juneau for offending campaign signs

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 09.22 / 01:52 ktoo.org
    State transportation crews are removing political campaign signs along state rights-of-way. Alaska law largely forbids signs anywhere visible from the…
  2. University offers 400 acres on Chilkat Peninsula for timber sale

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 09.22 / 01:52 ktoo.org
    The University of Alaska is offering up 400 acres of its Haines-area land for timber harvest. The timing of the university’s decision was motivated by a conversation happening at the local level. The Haines Planning Commission is considering whether to restrict resource extraction in the Mud Bay a…
  3. Wellness For All to offer a National Diabetes Prevention Program in Seward!

    Sewardcitynews.com - Alaska (AK) 09.22 / 00:13 sewardcitynews.com
    You can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes – Seward Wellness For All is proud to bring PreventT2 to our Seward community. PreventT2 is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is a proven program to prevent or delay type 2 […] The post Wellness For All to offer a National Diabetes Prevention Program in Seward! appeared first on Seward City N…
  4. Trio of earthquakes felt in the Susitna Valley

    Ktna.org - Alaska (AK) 09.22 / 00:01 ktna.org
    On Thursday, three earthquakes were felt in the Northern Susitna Valley. The Alaska Earthquake Center reports the first earthquake occurred shortly before 10:30 Thursday morning. It was centered eight miles northwest of Skwenta at a depth of fifty-one miles. The magnitude is estimated at 3.6. The second earthquake was sixteen miles west of Talkeetna at…
  5. Story Time

    Sewardcitynews.com - Alaska (AK) 09.21 / 23:15 sewardcitynews.com
    Story Time Begins Tomorrow Friday, September 22, 11:00am In the Children’s Room (Ages Birth to 5 Years Old)   @ Seward Community Library and Museum 239 6th Avenue, P.O. Box 2389 Seward, Alaska 99664 libmus@cityofseward.net * (907)224-4082 * FAX (907)224-3521 The post Story Time appeared first on Seward City …
  6. Budget glitch could leave ferries without funding

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 09.21 / 23:03 ktoo.org
    The Alaska Marine Highway System could shut down this spring. And one Southeast senator said it's an intentional attempt to damage the…
  7. The Vietnam War: This Is What We Do, Tonight at 8 p.m. on KUAC TV

    Kuac.org - Alaska (AK) 09.21 / 23:03 kuac.org
    Enemy body counts and American casualties mount as GIs chase an elusive foe and face deadly ambushes and artillery. While Hanoi lays plans for a massive surprise offensive, the Johnson Administration reassures the public that victory is in sight. Tune in tonight at 8 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI…
  8. Third Rail with Ozy, Friday at 8:30 p.m. on KUAC TV

    Kuac.org - Alaska (AK) 09.21 / 23:03 kuac.org
    Does the US need some “alone time”? Following Trump’s appearance at the UN General Assembly this week, @Third Rail with OZY is tackling America’s global responsibility this week. Tune in Friday at 8:30 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for H…
  1. Former Deputy Secretary Of State Talks About Future Of Iran Nuclear Deal

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 09.22 / 03:11 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: President Trump says he has made a decision about what to do on the Iran nuclear deal. He won't say yet what he's decided, but he calls the deal an embarrassment. The 2015 agreement was signed during the Obama administration, and Tony Blinken was closely involved as deputy secretary of state. He joins me now to talk about Trump's critique of the deal. Thanks for stopping by. TONY BLINKEN: Good to be here. CHANG: So under the deal,…
  2. One Of Alaska's Senators Could Be A Deciding Vote On Affordable Care Act Replacement

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 09.22 / 03:11 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Republican senators are mounting a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. It's unclear whether the bill introduced by senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana has enough votes to pass. Many Republicans on the fence are looking to their governors for guidance. And joining us now is Alaska's governor, Bill Walker. He is an independent. And he is against the plan. His state's…
  3. How Have President Trump's Bipartisan Efforts Been Received By Republicans?

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 09.22 / 03:11 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: The president got some welcome news this week. Several new polls show that his approval ratings once at historic lows have now ticked up. It seems people like how he's responded to the recent hurricanes. And then there is his new willingness to make deals with Democrats. But what does the president's base think? NPR's Mara Liasson takes a look. MARA LIASSON, BYLINE: Donald Trump came to Washington to disrupt American politics, and…
  4. Many Questions Remain On How To Talk To North Korea After U.N. Show Of Unity

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 09.22 / 03:11 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: The Trump administration is imposing new sanctions on North Korea and anyone doing business with Pyongyang. The news came as diplomats at the United Nations in a show of unity condemned North Korea's nuclear and missile tests. While world leaders agree on the need to step up the pressure, there are many questions about what comes next and how the world can talk North Korea out of the nuclear weapons program. NPR's Michele Kelemen…
  5. Deaths in Southern Arizona

    Tucson.com - Tucson 09.22 / 02:42 tucson.com
    The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise…
  6. Steller: Sweeping requests to Pima County undermine public-records access

    Tucson.com - Tucson 09.22 / 02:42 tucson.com
    Supervisor Ally Miller may be harming the cause of transparency by making sweeping requests of county…
  7. Ex-Tucsonan in Mexico City earthquake: 'All I wanted was to get to my daughter's school'

    Tucson.com - Tucson 09.22 / 02:42 tucson.com
    The earthquake alarm didn’t ring this t…
  8. Updated Fatality Collision

    Yumanewsnow.com - Arizona 09.22 / 02:36 yumanewsnow.com
    Yuma, Arizona - On Saturday, September 09, 2017 at 5:48 am, the Yuma Police responded to an injury collision at 4th Avenue and 3rd…
  1. Biker Babes Enjoy Bikes, Blues & BBQ

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 03:10 5newsonline.com
    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — It’s only the second day of the Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally and bikes can be heard rumbling not just on Dickson Street, but all across Northwest Arkansas. But, the rally isn’t just for men. Plenty of women are hopping on their motorcycles to enjoy the fun. Stacie York is the ultimate biker babe with two motorcycles, and she said she’s been riding for almost a decade. “My brother passed away and he had four motorcycles and…
  2. Deputies determine cause of death of man

    Thv11.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 03:03 thv11.com
    The body of 29-year-old Shawn Miller was found lying in a pond in Jefferson County. The sheriff's office is investigating his cause of…
  3. Tickets available to hear presidential pilot at 2017 Farmers Bank & Trust Speaker Series

    Magnoliareporter.com - Arkansa 09.22 / 02:36 magnoliareporter.com
    Tickets are still available for the 13th Annual Farmers Bank & Trust Distinguished Speaker Series on Thursday, October 5 at Southern Arkansas…
  4. World Health Organization: The World Is Running Out Of Antibiotics

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 02:11 5newsonline.com
    FORT SMITH (KFSM) — The World Health Organization (WHO) released a new report saying when it comes to antibiotics, too few are in development and it’s likely people’s resistance to antibiotics will surpass the amount of medication being tested. The new study shows a serious lack of antibiotics being developed to help fight the threat of antimicrobial resistance or antibiotics not working. “When you’re taking an antibiotic, you’re trying to kill a…
  5. Military Members Appreciated During Bikes, Blues & BBQ

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 01:19 5newsonline.com
    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Bikers have not only been revving up the streets of Fayetteville, but also all over Northwest Arkansas for celebrations and events related to Bikes, Blues & BBQ. Among the crowds of motorcycles and throngs of people, the military and patriotism play a huge role in the rally. On Thursday (Sept. 21), a military appreciation event was held at Arvest Ball Park for men and women who have served, who are in town for Bikes, Blues & BBQ.…
  6. Local craft beer analyzer plans...

    Thv11.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 01:13 thv11.com
    As hopeful growers and sellers are waiting to find out if they'll be granted a license, some labs are already preparing for…
  7. NLRPD implementing drones to combat...

    Thv11.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 01:13 thv11.com
    A handful of North Little Rock Police officers spent Thursday afternoon at Burns Park getting a feel for their new…
  8. Security tight, parking limited for...

    Thv11.com - Arkansas (AR) 09.22 / 01:13 thv11.com
    Unlike the 50th Anniversary at Central High, the 60th will be held inside the sch…
  1. A Look From The Ground In Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria

    Kazu.org - Seaside 09.22 / 03:14 kazu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Puerto Rico is in full-on disaster-response mode after powerful Hurricane Maria hit yesterday. There is no power on the entire island and almost no running water. There have been landslides, flooding and widespread structural damage. KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Patricia Mazzei of the Miami Herald has been in Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, reporting on the storm and its aftermath. And she told us while she was hunkered down during the…
  2. A Tale Of Two States: How California And Texas May Fare Under GOP Health Plan

    Kazu.org - Seaside 09.22 / 03:14 kazu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: The Senate is taking one more stab at repealing the Affordable Care Act. Republicans say they'll vote on what's known as the Graham-Cassidy bill next week. Among other things, it would dramatically redistribute federal funds to states. And generally, states that expanded Medicaid stand to lose billions of dollars. The rest would see a short-term influx of funds. We're going to hear from one of those states, Texas, in a minute.…
  3. Panteón Rococó se Presenta en el House of Blues

    Laprensa-sandiego.org - California (CA) 09.22 / 03:10 laprensa-sandiego.org
    Por Mario A. Cortez Tras 21 años de carrera musical, la agrupación mexicana Panteón Rococó no cesa sus actividades. Este año, Panteón Rococó continua formando parte de diversos festivales y realizando presentaciones con el fin de seguir rompiendo barreras y llevar su música y mensaje a los amantes del ska sin importar donde estén. Su [……
  4. Master Muralists Dazzle KAABOO

    Laprensa-sandiego.org - California (CA) 09.22 / 03:10 laprensa-sandiego.org
    By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña With just three paint buckets on the floor, Paola Delfin was painting one of the many 30 foot murals on day two of KAABOO at the Del Mar Fairgrounds on Saturday, Sept. 16. Determined to shift the “festival” standard, KAABOO Del Mar provided several entertainment experiences for guest other than music such […
  5. Los Alamos Cemetery land swap will provide space for more burials

    Los Alamos Cemetery on Drum Canyon Road will have more space for burials after a land swap is completed with the Carrari Family…
  6. Ex-inmate claims medical malpractice in suit against Santa Barbara County, Corizon Health

    A former inmate in Santa Barbara County's main jail has filed a lawsuit against the county and the facility’s prison health services, claiming that their neglect and delay in giving him medical care in 2016 resulted in serious injury, i…
  7. Santa Barbara County employee charged in alleged $1.7M embezzlement

    A senior level Santa Barbara County accountant is among several people arrested in connection with an alleged misappropriation of approximately $1.7 million in public…
  8. Court approves $5.9M settlement between Guadalupe packing company, workers

    The $5.9 million settlement reached last month in a class action labor dispute case involving a Guadalupe packing company and its employees has been approved by Santa Barbara County Superior…
  1. Lafayette eyes revamped oil and gas mapping, setback requirements amid new drilling plans

    OnlineFor information on Lafayette oil and gas activity, go to bit.ly/2fdTt2R A company's plans to drill within Lafayette's borders has invoked a renewed sense of urgency in the…
  2. Lafayette eyes revamped oil and gas mapping, setback requirements amid new drilling plans

    OnlineFor information on Lafayette oil and gas activity, go to bit.ly/2fdTt2R A company's plans to drill within Lafayette's borders has invoked a renewed sense of urgency in the…
  3. Lafayette's fracking angst reaches fever pitch in wake of new drilling plans

    A slew of residents poured into Lafayette's City Council chambers on Tuesday night to demand a call to arms against future drilling operations — a week after a company announced plans to drill in the heart of the "fractivist" e…
  4. ‘No we are NOT the bridesmaids’: 6 wedding guests accidentally wear same dress

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 09.22 / 02:37 kdvr.com
    SYDNEY – Debbie Speranza was surprised when she met up with her cousin at a Sydney wedding reception recently and they were wearing the same dress. But both women were even more surprised when they kept bumping into other women also in the same dress—a total of six women at the Australian wedding, which was attended by about 200 people total, showed up in the A$160 (about $128 USD) dress from Forever New. “No we are NOT the bridesmaids just [&#…
  5. Death Wish Coffee recalled over possible deadly toxin

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 09.22 / 02:37 kdvr.com
    NEW YORK — Death Wish coffee has been pulled from shelves amid fears that some of its products might contain a deadly toxin. Death Wish Coffee Co. marketed the beans as the world’s strongest coffee, but the company is now recalling all of its 11-ounce Nitro Cold Brew, saying the manufacturing process might have caused the production of botulin. According to the FDA, the toxin causes botulism, a potentially fatal form of food poisoning and can cause the following symptoms:…
  6. Kim Jong Un: ‘Mentally deranged’ Trump ‘will pay dearly’ for comments at UN

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 09.22 / 02:37 kdvr.com
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says US President Donald Trump’s remarks to the United Nations threatening the hermit country reflect “mentally deranged behavior,” according to a statement released by North Korea’s state-run news agency, KCNA. In the statement, which was written in the first person, Kim says North Korea will make the US leader “pay dearly for his speech calling for totally destroying the DPRK.” “I am now thinking hard about what…
  7. Colorado State Parks reveal whether dogs can use their trails

    Fox21news.com - Colorado 09.22 / 02:37 fox21news.com
    Cheyenne Mountain State Park and Mueller State Park both used the trial period from June 1st through the end of August, to see how dog…
  8. Daily Record: Loveland Police Department calls for Sept. 20-21, 2017

    Reporterherald.com - Loveland 09.22 / 01:54 reporterherald.com
    Loveland Police Department calls for Sept. 20-21,…
  1. A Tale Of Two States: How California And Texas May Fare Under GOP Health Plan

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 09.22 / 03:10 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: The Senate is taking one more stab at repealing the Affordable Care Act. Republicans say they'll vote on what's known as the Graham-Cassidy bill next week. Among other things, it would dramatically redistribute federal funds to states. And generally, states that expanded Medicaid stand to lose billions of dollars. The rest would see a short-term influx of funds. We're going to hear from one of those states, Texas, in a minute.…
  2. One Woman Shares How She Was Drawn Into A Gang At An Early Age

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 09.22 / 03:10 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: In Chicago, where gangs drive much of the city's gun violence, discussion often centers on why boys join gangs and pick up guns. But what about the girls? We've been hearing stories this week from a series called Every Other Hour. It's from member station WBEZ in Chicago. KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Today we'll hear why girls join gangs. Experts say girls and women are usually shown as little more than hangers-on to the boys and men, but…
  3. North Korea's Parking Debt Among Hefty Fines Owed To New York By Foreign Delegations

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 09.22 / 03:10 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Here is another difficulty in the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea - parking tickets. While North Korea does not have an embassy in the U.S., it does have a mission to the United Nations on the East Side of Manhattan. That means cars with diplomatic plates carrying passengers with diplomatic immunity. AILSA CHANG, HOST: Chris Glorioso with WNBC New York did a little digging, and... CHRIS GLORIOSO: We tallied up North…
  4. A Look From The Ground In Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 09.22 / 03:10 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Puerto Rico is in full-on disaster-response mode after powerful Hurricane Maria hit yesterday. There is no power on the entire island and almost no running water. There have been landslides, flooding and widespread structural damage. KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Patricia Mazzei of the Miami Herald has been in Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, reporting on the storm and its aftermath. And she told us while she was hunkered down during the…
  5. Local roundup: NFA edges Ledyard in boys' soccer

    Theday.com - Connecticut (CT) 09.22 / 03:01 theday.com
    Nathan Cherenzia assisted on both goals as the Norwich Free Academy boys' soccer team held off Ledyard 2-1 Thursday in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Division I…
  6. Obituaries: Mary N. Mikulak

    Bristolobserver.com - Bristol 09.22 / 02:40 bristolobserver.com
    Mary N. Mikulak 93, of Bristol, beloved wife of the late Stephen Mikulak entered the gates of Heaven from The Pines in Bristol after a lengthy illness on Tuesday September 19, 2017. Born on July 27, 1924 in Plymouth, she…Read more…
  7. Obituaries: George Gangl

    Bristolobserver.com - Bristol 09.22 / 02:40 bristolobserver.com
    George Gangl, 82 of Bristol, passed away at home on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. He was born in Budapest, Hungary on July 19, 1935 and was the beloved husband of Amanda I. Gangl of Bristol. George was a Lead Operator…Read more…
  8. The Latest: Seoul media say North might test nuke in Pacific

    Wtnh.com - Connecticut 09.22 / 02:36 wtnh.com
    The Latest on North Korea's nuclear program (all times…
  1. Carney signs bills simplifying licensing for teachers

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 09.22 / 03:14 delawarestatenews.net
    DOVER — Gov. John Carney signed Thursday two bills that simplify the licensure requirements for educators, with the stated goal of allowing the state to attract and retain more teachers and other...Read the whole s…
  2. Suspects sought in string of Dover burglaries

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 09.22 / 03:14 delawarestatenews.net
    DOVER — Suspects are being sought in two residential burglaries and a church break-in occurring on three straight days this week, police said Thursday. The first incident came Tuesday night when a...Read the whole s…
  3. Milton settles with ACLU in yard sign dispute

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 09.22 / 03:14 delawarestatenews.net
    WILMINGTON – Pointing to a revised ordinance, the ACLU of Delaware announced Thursday a settlement with the town of Milton regarding posted political signs. Homeowner Penny Nickerson contested...Read the whole…
  4. LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Costs of installing fire sprinklers under review

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 09.22 / 03:14 delawarestatenews.net
    Thank you for publishing my recent letter with regards to residential fire sprinkler systems. (“Fire sprinklers save lives”) I must respond to the Sept. 16 letter (“On kitchen fires, Maryland...Read the whole story…
  5. Delmarva Folk Festival offers up local lineup

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 09.22 / 03:14 delawarestatenews.net
    HARTLY — The normally hard-driving local blues band Bad Juju is quieting down — at least for one night. In a first for the popular group, coming up on its 10th year, Bad Juju will perform an...Read the whole sto…
  6. Man Pulled From Bethany Surf In Cardiac Arrest, Resuscitated

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 09.22 / 03:09 wgmd.com
    A 65-year-old man was pulled from the surf in Bethany Beach in cardiac arrest after getting knocked down by a wave just before 5 p.m. Thursday at Ocean View Parkway. Family and a nearby nurse, says Glenn Marshall, Sussex County EMS spokesman, found him in cardiac arrest and immediately began CPR.  Amazingly, the man soon …
  7. Pakistan officials adamant that 'hero' doctor who helped capture Usama bin Laden remain behind bars

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 09.22 / 03:09 wgmd.com
    Dr. Shakil Afridi, the physician turned CIA asset who was instrumental in determining the location and identity of Usama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan, is hailed as a hero in the eyes of American officials. But to the Pakistan’s top brass, he remains a criminal traitor who is likely to spend many more years behind…
  8. Tebow, Rubio help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Florida Keys

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 09.22 / 03:09 wgmd.com
    Tim Tebow (left) and Florida Senator Marco Rubio (right) visited the Florida Keys Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, to help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts. (AP) As Florida Keys residents continue to pick up their lives after Hurricane Irma, they are still coming to grips with the fact that cleanup is nowhere near complete, but on…
  1. Florida's Citrus Groves Hit Hard By Hurricane Irma

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 09.22 / 03:13 news.wfsu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Hurricane Irma, which tore through the Caribbean and across Florida earlier this month, complicated life for a lot of people, including Florida citrus growers. Ellis Hunt Jr.'s family has been in the Florida citrus business for almost 100 years. He has 5,000 acres of citrus trees, and a lot of these trees were badly damaged. I talked to Hunt today. And before I did, I looked at pictures he'd shared with us of trees bent sideways…
  2. One Woman Shares How She Was Drawn Into A Gang At An Early Age

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 09.22 / 03:13 news.wfsu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: In Chicago, where gangs drive much of the city's gun violence, discussion often centers on why boys join gangs and pick up guns. But what about the girls? We've been hearing stories this week from a series called Every Other Hour. It's from member station WBEZ in Chicago. KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Today we'll hear why girls join gangs. Experts say girls and women are usually shown as little more than hangers-on to the boys and men, but…
  3. A Tale Of Two States: How California And Texas May Fare Under GOP Health Plan

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 09.22 / 03:13 news.wfsu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: The Senate is taking one more stab at repealing the Affordable Care Act. Republicans say they'll vote on what's known as the Graham-Cassidy bill next week. Among other things, it would dramatically redistribute federal funds to states. And generally, states that expanded Medicaid stand to lose billions of dollars. The rest would see a short-term influx of funds. We're going to hear from one of those states, Texas, in a minute.…
  4. Underwater sanctuary plan aims to preserve Lake Michigan shipwrecks off Wisconsin

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 09.22 / 03:11 colleges.tampabay.com
    NOAA plans a maritime sanctuary in a ghostly stretch of Lake…
  5. 'Pills are everywhere:' Opioid crisis and its youngest victims

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 09.22 / 03:11 colleges.tampabay.com
    When Penny Mae Cormani died in Utah, her family sang Mormon hymns — Be Still My Soul — and lowered her small coffin into the earth. The latest victim of a drug epidemic that is now taking 60,000 lives a year, Penny was just…
  6. A Tuscan village bares its soul on stage, again and again

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 09.22 / 03:11 colleges.tampabay.com
    For 50 years, residents have staged a show that brings thousands to this isolated…
  7. As care shifts from hospital to home, guarding against infection falls to families

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 09.22 / 03:11 colleges.tampabay.com
    Angela Cooper arrived home from work to discover her daughter's temperature had spiked to 102 degrees — a sign that the teenager, who has cancer, had a potentially deadly bloodstream infection. As Cooper rushed her daughter to the hospital, her mind raced: Had she done something to cause the…
  8. Building a better coral reef

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 09.22 / 03:11 colleges.tampabay.com
    After a huge die-off caused by global warming, scientists are intent on helping coral…
  1. El Amigo continues tradition, readies new offerings

    Unionrecorder.com - Milledgeville 09.22 / 03:14 unionrecorder.com
    Even from a young age, Victor Ochoa has always been around a…
  2. Mother, daughter killed in Eatonton crash

    Unionrecorder.com - Milledgeville 09.22 / 03:14 unionrecorder.com
    An Eatonton mother and her 9-year-old daughter were killed Wednesday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of the U.S. Highway 441 bypass and Imperial Mill Road in…
  3. More applications needed for Baldwin County Schools to qualify for free meals

    Unionrecorder.com - Milledgeville 09.22 / 03:14 unionrecorder.com
    Baldwin County Schools officials are urging parents to submit meal applications by next month’s d…
  4. Milledgeville museums to offer free admission Saturday

    Unionrecorder.com - Milledgeville 09.22 / 03:14 unionrecorder.com
    Several museums in the Milledgeville area will offer free admission Saturday in observance of the Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! e…
  5. Crime Digest, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017

    Unionrecorder.com - Milledgeville 09.22 / 03:14 unionrecorder.com
    Milledgeville Police Department reports published Thursday, Sept. 21,…
  6. Shawnetta D. Reece Arrested Again on Sexual Molestation Charges

    Fetchyournews.com - Union County 09.22 / 02:56 fetchyournews.com
    Blairsville, GA – FetchYourNews.com has learned that forty year old Shawnetta D. Reece, former Union County Middle School (UCMS) Physical Education Teacher, has been arrested again for ‘child molestation and sexual abuse by persons with supervisory or disciplinary authority’. Reece was arrested in August this year on the same charges of child molestation and sexual [R…
  7. Latino students striving for better futures

    Columbustelegram.com - Columbus 09.22 / 01:41 columbustelegram.com
    COLUMBUS — Rosangela Godinez didn’t paint a pretty picture of her initial experience at col…
  8. 16 students on CHS homecoming court

    Columbustelegram.com - Columbus 09.22 / 01:41 columbustelegram.com
    COLUMBUS — Columbus High School will crown its homecoming royalty Friday night following the home football game against Ralston at Pawnee Park’s Memorial Sta…
  1. The Latest: Trump speaks with Puerto Rico governor

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 09.22 / 03:02 thegardenisland.com
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Maria (all times l…
  2. If NKorea attacks Hawaii, you'll have minutes to prepare. Here's what the state wants you to do

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 09.22 / 02:45 hawaiinewsnow.com
    What should you do in the event of a nuclear attack on Hawaii? State officials offered…
  3. 19-year-old arrested in Big Island kidnapping investigation

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 09.22 / 02:45 hawaiinewsnow.com
    A 19-year-old Hilo man was arrested by Big Island police Wednesday in connection with a kidnapping…
  4. Students protest library hour changes at UH Manoa

    Khon2.com - Hawaii 09.22 / 02:36 khon2.com
    Effective Oct. 1, the library will no longer be open…
  5. Megyn Kelly hopes for a Trump-free zone with new show

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 09.22 / 02:36 staradvertiser.com
    NEW YORK >> Megyn Kelly says she left Fox News Channel to bring more joy to her life. NBC hopes that starting Monday, she can spread some to the network and its…
  6. Do It: Dave Koz, Clinton Fearon, ‘Evening With Monk Seals’

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 09.22 / 02:36 staradvertiser.com
    Top highlights of the week ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More Please click here to log in to view this story – or – NEW SUBSCRIBERS - Choose a package that suits your reading preferences CURRENT PRINT SUBSCRIBERS - Activate your premium account for full online access …
  7. The Counter offers drink deals, options beyond burgers

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 09.22 / 02:36 staradvertiser.com
    The Counter has long been an outlet that’s eager to serve you your way. One of the first restaurants out of the gate to serve grass-fed beef burgers, it also has been making changes to keep diners interested, adding Mexican spice with an El Asado Burger and “Senor Diablo” salad, both featuring sliced, spiced cuts of carne asada beef, along with gluten-free, carb-free, even vegan options. Bottom line, there’s no need to let burger fatigue keep you…
  8. Police chief: 'A lot of concerns' after shooting of deaf man

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 09.22 / 02:04 thegardenisland.com
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The police chief of Oklahoma City said Thursday the fatal shooting of a deaf man has raised "a lot of concerns" about training for officer interaction with people with hearing o…
  1. Idaho gubernatorial candidates kicks off 44 county tour

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 09.22 / 03:15 idahostatejournal.com
    MERIDIAN, Idaho (AP) — Republican gubernatorial candidate Tommy Ahlquist laid out his political agenda to hundreds of supporters while kicking off his statewide tour to visit all of Idaho's 44 counties in 44 d…
  2. Middleton man dies in crash on I-84

    Idahopress.com - Idaho (ID) 09.22 / 02:16 idahopress.com
    A Middleton man died Thursday in a crash on Interstate 84 west of Black Canyon, according to a press release from the Idaho State…
  3. How States Are Banding Together To Take On Trump

    When President Trump announced a ban on travel for citizens from several predominantly Muslim countries in January, a coalition of officials from various blue states quickly rallied to fight it. "We just started talking to each other Friday afternoon," recalls New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. "By Sunday morning, we had 17 states signed on to say, 'This is unconstitutional. We're going into court to stop it.' And we went into courts all over the country and eventually got it…
  4. How Master P Gamed The Music Industry And Laid A Path To Generational Wealth

    Master P and his New Orleans-bred No Limit Soldiers proved to the music industry that Southern hip-hop was "Bout It, Bout It" in the '90s. But beyond the records that flooded the Billboard charts, it was the guerrilla street marketing he brought to rap — as the founder of one of the biggest independent record labels of all time — that changed the game. Upon taking the stage this week to collect his VH1 Hip Hop Honors trophy, he spoke about how good it felt to achieve the dream of putting hi…
  5. Republicans spar in Alabama Senate debate over Trump’s endorsement of incumbent

    590kid.com - Idaho (ID) 09.22 / 01:21 590kid.com
    FILE – This combination of 2017 file photos shows U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, left, and Sen. Luther Strange. On Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, their campaigns confirmed the candidates in the race for Attorney General [...] The post Republicans spar in Alabama Senate debate over Trump’s endorsement of incumbent appeared first on KID N…
  6. The horsepower whisperer: Mountain Home mechanic has seen it all

    Baxterbulletin.com - Baxter 09.22 / 00:58 baxterbulletin.com
    If it has an engine, chances are that Mountain Home resident Bob Davis has worked on…
  7. Ultimate Ford settling into new building

    Baxterbulletin.com - Baxter 09.22 / 00:58 baxterbulletin.com
    Ultimate Ford is ready to show off its new…
  8. The Latest: Montana preparing to take over asbestos cleanup

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 09.21 / 23:28 idahostatejournal.com
    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Latest on efforts to clean up a Montana community where hundreds have died from asbestos exposure. (all times l…
  1. Mother found guilty in beating death of 4-year-old son

    Sitting ramrod straight on the witness stand, Katrine Valdez kept her composure as she recalled how she and her husband had gone to check on their young nephew, Christopher, after a neighbor of the boy's family had called worried about his welfare. The two pushed their way into the tiny coach…
  2. FBI warns to watch those social media posts — or face the consequences

    It only took a few seconds for Jabari Dean to realize he had made a mistake. In a moment of anger in late 2015, the then-21-year-old threatened a mass shooting at the University of Chicago in the comments section of a popular website. Dean quickly deleted the comment, but not before a New…
  3. Local VFW post focusing on future

    Wsiltv.com - Illinois (IL) 09.22 / 03:10 wsiltv.com
    FRANKLIN COUNTY -- Veterans of Foreign Wars organizations across the country have seen a decline in membership as veterans from WWII,  Vietnam and Korea grow…
  4. Sack Hunger: Eldorado Choisser Soup Kitchen

    Wsiltv.com - Illinois (IL) 09.22 / 03:10 wsiltv.com
    ELDORADO -- You have another chance to Sack Hunger with News 3 Friday night in Mcleansboro. There, the Hamilton County Foxes will take on the Eldorado Eagles and you can help us collect food for both…
  5. Cubs player’s wives are pitching in to raise money for Puerto Rico after devastating storms

    Cltv.com - Chicago 09.22 / 02:42 cltv.com
    CHICAGO – Those with ties to Puerto Rico and the Cubs franchise are doing their part of help the island after a pair of destructive hurricanes over the past month. This week Mariel Perez, the wife of catcher Rene Rivera, has set up a Go Fund Me account to raise money for victims of Hurricane Irma and Maria. “The puertorrican Cubs have united forces to help! Puerto Rico needs us more than ever, that is why we have joined forces…
  6. Better Batteries Hold Promise for a Sustainable Future

    A key component of a sustainable energy future is better battery technology. Better batteries for electric cars and cellphones and better batteries for industrial use that can store excess power generated by wind and solar farms and then supply it to the grid at times of peak demand. The ability to efficiently store energy generated from renewable sources would quite literally be a game changer in the quest to build a clean energy future and reduce the impact of climate change. Many…
  7. Anne-Sophie Mutter, Grammy-Winning Violinist, Returns to Chicago

    She is one of the world’s great violinists. Anne-Sophie Mutter has been performing on stages around the globe since her first public appearance as a teenager 41 years ago. The native German is in town to perform a pair of season concerts with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Riccardo Muti, on Saturday and Tuesday. She will also play at the CSO annual gala, the Symphony Ball, on Friday night. Mutter was born in 1963 in Rheinfelden in southwestern Germany near the borders of S…
  8. In Pilsen, Monarch Butterflies a Source of Joy and Education

    On this steamy last day of summer, the temperature may be unseasonable but the annual migration of one colorful species through the Chicago area is right on track. The distinctive monarch butterfly heads south for the winter, making a long trek to Mexico, and in Chicago’s Mexican community, the monarch is not only revered as a cultural symbol but has become an increasing focus of conservation. Tonight: How the Pilsen community organization El Valor cultivates the scientific and cultural a…
  1. Pastor of deaf congregation seeks help to repair backyard

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 09.22 / 03:11 cbs4indy.com
    FRANKLIN, Ind. — More than three years after contractors made a mess on the back of a Franklin man’s property, he’s finally getting help. Pete Leclerc contacted CBS4 Problem Solvers about the state of an easement at the back of his large property. It sits along a railroad track, and Leclerc said back in 2013 contractors for Duke Energy went in to work on power lines in the area. Trucks used by those contractors became stuck in mud, creating large…
  2. IMPD investigating after three east side shootings Thursday night, two possibly connected

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 09.22 / 03:11 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police are investigating two separate Thursday night shootings on the east side that they believe are possibly connected. Just after 6:45 p.m., IMPD responded to the 9900 block of Ellis Dr. on the report of a person shot. Police say a male victim was taken to Eskenazi Hospital from that scene in serious condition. Just after 7:30 p.m., IMPD responded to the 10000 block of John Jay Drive, around a half mile away from the first shooting,…
  3. IMPD officer in stable condition after Thursday night crash

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 09.22 / 03:11 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An IMPD officer was involved in a crash Thursday night on the northeast side. At around 8:30 p.m., the officer was struck byt another vehicle near E. 38th St. and Fall Creek Pkwy N Dr. Circumstances leading up to the crash are unknown at this time. The IMPD officer was taken to Methodist Hospital per department policy. They are in stable condition. The driver of the other vehicle was not…
  4. IMPD investigating 3 shot in 2 spots on Mitthoeffer

    Wishtv.com - Indianapolis 09.22 / 02:40 wishtv.com
    IMPD is investigating after two people were shot at one location, and a third person was shot just a mile…
  5. Saturday hydrant flushing schedule

    Hydrant flushing takes place in Washington every spring and autumn. Customers are reminded to check for discolored water before doing laundry when their area is being…
  6. Hydrant flushing scheduled for Saturday

    Hydrant flushing takes place in Washington every spring and autumn. Customers are reminded to check for discolored water before doing laundry when their area is being…
  7. 'Downtown Challenge' begins on SkyGarden rooftop Saturday

    Tribstar.com - Local 09.22 / 02:39 www.tribstar.com
    The annual "Downtown Challenge," presented by the Swope Art Hoppers, is an Amazing Race-style event that will begin Saturday evening on the top floor of the SkyGarden Parking…
  8. TH Human Relations Commission puts some Lyfe into its annual banquet

    Tribstar.com - Local 09.22 / 02:39 www.tribstar.com
    The City of Terre Haute Human Relations Commission celebrated its eighth annual "A Level Above" awards banquet by bringing in author, recording artist, educator and justice advocate Ise Lyfe from California as its keynote speaker Thursday night inside Indiana…
  1. Kim Jong Un Issues Statement on Trump: 'A Frightened Dog Barks Louder'

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 09.22 / 02:50 kwit.org
    North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has weighed in on the heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, with a personal analysis of President Trump's Wednesday speech at the United Nation General Assembly . Trump's speech, which was notable for its apocalyptic rhetoric — it vowed to "totally destroy" North Korea and its 25 million people if the United States had to defend itself and its allies — aroused greater fears of military miscalculation that could lead to catastrophe. Kim, in a lengthy …
  2. Aaron Hernandez's Brain Reveals Signs Of CTE, Says Lawyer

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 09.22 / 02:50 kwit.org
    The brain of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, referred to as CTE, according to doctors who conducted tests after he committed suicide in April while imprisoned for murder. "We're told it was the most severe case they had ever seen of someone of Aaron's age," said Hernandez's attorney, Jose Baez, in a news conference announcing the filing of a lawsuit against the National Football League…
  3. Facebook To Turn Over 3,000 Ads To Congress In Russian Election Interference Probe

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 09.22 / 02:50 kwit.org
    Facebook will provide the contents of 3,000 ads purchased by a Russian agency to Congress. The political ads ran during the 2016 presidential election campaign. The move comes amid growing pressure on the social network from members of Congress to release the ads. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg live-streamed a statement in which he said that his company was "actively working" with the U.S. government in the ongoing Russia investigations. Zuckerberg also announced a series of rule changes on…
  4. Climate change affecting Iowans now

    Thegazette.com - Cedar Rapids 09.22 / 02:45 thegazette.com
    CEDAR RAPIDS — While the topic of climate change continues to be debated across the nation, scientists at an Iowa Ideas panel Thursday discussed how the global issue is affecting…
  5. Meeting centers on downtown

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 09.22 / 02:42 clintonherald.com
    CLINTON — The Clinton Historic Preservation Commission will hold a working lunch forum Tuesday at City H…
  6. Weapons charge is filed in assault case

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 09.22 / 02:42 clintonherald.com
    CLINTON — A Clinton woman is facing a misdemeanor charge stemming from an alleged a…
  7. Clinton City Council candidates file paperwork

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 09.22 / 02:42 clintonherald.com
    CLINTON — The period for filing Clinton City Council candidacy paperwork has ended, revealing six candidates vying for four s…
  8. Grassley: Did FBI brief or warn Trump campaign about potential Russian election influence attempts

    Kwwl.com - Iowa 09.22 / 02:37 www.kwwl.com
    Iowa Republican United States Senator, Charles Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has sent a letter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, asking the FBI whether it ever briefed or warned Trump campaign officials about alleged attempts by the Russian government to infiltrate the campaign.…
  1. RCPD to conduct DUI saturation patrol Friday

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 09.22 / 02:49 ksnt.com
    Officers will be looking for signs of impaired driving, along with any other traffic…
  2. KSDB roundtable discusses tuition increases

    Kstatecollegian.com - Kansas (KS) 09.22 / 02:49 kstatecollegian.com
    KSDB invited Sen. Tom Hawk, vice president of finance Cindy Bontrager and Student Governing Association reps to discuss budget cuts and how they affect…
  3. Kansas daycare worker to stand trial for child’s murder

    Hayspost.com - Hays 09.22 / 02:46 hayspost.com
    EUDORA, Kan. (AP) — A judge has ordered a Eudora home daycare worker to stand trial for murder in the death of a 9-month-old baby. After a preliminary hearing Thursday, Douglas County District Court Judge Sally Pokorny ruled 43-year-old Carrody Buchhorn should be tried in death of Oliver Ortiz. The child died in September 2016 […
  4. Young readers will help Harvey victims

    Gbtribune.com - Kansas 09.22 / 02:36 www.gbtribune.com
    Great Bend elementary students will have an opportunity help children in Texas schools hit by Hurricane Harvey. The community can participate by visiting the Great…
  5. UPC films are in full swing this fall

    Kstatecollegian.com - Kansas (KS) 09.22 / 01:50 kstatecollegian.com
    The Union Program Council provides engaging and affordable entertainment for students and the community with free films shown on…
  6. N.E. Kansas Rotary Clubs raise more than $38,000 for disaster relief

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 09.22 / 01:50 ksnt.com
    Northeast Kansas Rotary Clubs have raised $38,293 for the hurricane stricken states of Texas and…
  7. Mayetta residents under water boil advisory

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 09.22 / 00:58 ksnt.com
    "It always seems to happen some place else not…
  8. California hits Gatorade in court for “anti-water” videogame

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 09.22 / 00:58 ksnt.com
    Of the settlement money, $120,000 will go toward the study or promotion of childhood and teenager nutrition and the consumption of…
  1. UK athletics director responds to controversial sign aimed at Florida football team

    Wtvq.com - Kentucky (KY) 09.22 / 03:10 wtvq.com
    UK Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart took to Twitter to denounce a controversial sign, apparently made by a Wildcat fan, and to defend the UK football program and the school. The post UK athletics director responds to controversial sign aimed at Florida football team appeared first on ABC 36…
  2. Faulty Repairs Blamed for Fatal Helicopter Crash

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 09.22 / 03:09 westkentuckystar.com
    An Army report says an improperly installed part caused a helicopter to crash in rural Tennessee, killing the two 101st Airborne Division pilots aboard. A U.S. Army Aircraft Incident Report obtained by USA Today Network-Tennessee says the Apache helicopter, which took off from Fort Campbell in December 2015 on a routine training mission, essentially came apart in midair before crashing to the ground and bursting into flames. The report says investigators found fault with work performed…
  3. Faulty Repairs Blamed for Fatal Helicopter Crash

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 09.22 / 03:09 westkentuckystar.com
    An Army report says an improperly installed part caused a helicopter to crash in rural Tennessee, killing the two 101st Airborne Division pilots aboard. A U.S. Army Aircraft Incident Report obtained by USA Today Network-Tennessee says the Apache helicopter, which took off from Fort Campbell in December 2015 on a routine training mission, essentially came apart in midair before crashing to the ground and bursting into flames. The report says investigators found fault with work performed…
  4. Faulty Repairs Blamed for Fatal Helicopter Crash

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 09.22 / 03:09 westkentuckystar.com
    An Army report says an improperly installed part caused a helicopter to crash in rural Tennessee, killing the two 101st Airborne Division pilots aboard. A U.S. Army Aircraft Incident Report obtained by USA Today Network-Tennessee says the Apache helicopter, which took off from Fort Campbell in December 2015 on a routine training mission, essentially came apart in midair before crashing to the ground and bursting into flames. The report says investigators found fault with work performed…
  5. Coroner identifies man killed in Thursday's triple shooting near Victory Park

    Courier-journal.com - Louisville 09.22 / 02:44 courier-journal.com
    Brandon Lewis, 29, died at 1:40 p.m. at University of Louisville Hospital from multiple gunshot wounds to the…
  6. 2 Louisville police officers, 1 person injured in Thursday night crash on Dixie Highway

    Courier-journal.com - Louisville 09.22 / 02:44 courier-journal.com
    Three people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening…
  7. RCN Special Report: Silver Grove Searching for Survival

    Rcnky.com - Kentucky 09.22 / 02:37 rcnky.com
    Grady Brown grew up in Silver Grove and still has fond memories of the small city he once called home. "My eyes light up when I got there," said Brown. "You really didn't have to leave town for much. The Dari Bar was there, so people would come for us." The Silver Grove Dari Bar, a landmark on the stretch of Kentucky Route 8 known as Mary Ingles Highway as it snakes along the Ohio River through the Campbell County city, is described as "world famous" on the city's website. Two weeks ago, …
  8. UPDATE: Two restaurants reopen following immigration raid

    Wtvq.com - Kentucky (KY) 09.22 / 02:12 wtvq.com
    Two of three restaurants in Nicholasville that abruptly closed Tuesday following a raid by immigration authorities have reopened. The post UPDATE: Two restaurants reopen following immigration raid appeared first on ABC 36…
  1. How States Are Banding Together To Take On Trump

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 09.22 / 01:51 krvs.org
    When President Trump announced a ban on travel for citizens from several predominantly Muslim countries in January, a coalition of officials from various blue states quickly rallied to fight it. "We just started talking to each other Friday afternoon," recalls New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. "By Sunday morning, we had 17 states signed on to say, 'This is unconstitutional. We're going into court to stop it.' And we went into courts all over the country and eventually got it…
  2. A Competitor And A Clown Walk Onto A Tennis Court In 'Battle Of The Sexes'

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 09.22 / 01:51 krvs.org
    In the story of Billie Jean King beating Bobby Riggs, told again in Battle Of The Sexes , it's often forgotten that she didn't particularly want to do it. In fact, she didn't do it until Riggs had badly beaten Margaret Court, who was one of the greatest players in women's tennis at the time. Court, who wasn't invested in feminism the way King was, treated it as an exhibition for money. But when she lost badly to a 55-year-old man, she inadvertently gave ammunition to people who believed — a…
  3. Wind Down and Win Tickets to this Weekend's 2017 El Karubah Shrine Circus with KVKI!

    965kvki.com - Shreveport 09.22 / 01:41 965kvki.com
    The 71st El Karubah Shrine Circus at the CenturyLink Center this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 22 - 24, 2017 and KVKI has your tickets! Continue…
  4. Police: Man filmed pair raping 14-year-old Utah girl because ‘it was funny’ 

    Wgno.com - Louisiana 09.22 / 01:38 wgno.com
    Two men have been arrested in connection with the rape of a 14-year-old Utah girl that police say was recorded on …
  5. Women accused of smoking pot in car with toddlers in the back seat

    Wgno.com - Louisiana 09.22 / 01:38 wgno.com
    The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office says it arrested two women who were found smoking what is believed to be pot inside of a car. Deputies say there were two toddlers in the back seat at the…
  6. Library director sees E-card as way to offer resources to everyone

    DENHAM SPRINGS – If the director of Livingston Parish’s library system has his way, every student enrolled in a parish school will have an E-card, an electronic card to access the system’s resources from a compu…
  7. New Mexico insurance regulator opposes GOP health overhaul

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's top insurance regulator said a Republican drive to erase the Affordable Care Act would cripple the state's efforts to provide health coverage to the poor. New Mexico Insurance Superintendent John Franchini says the so-called Graham-Cassidy bill would greatly hinder New Mexico's efforts to provide health care to individuals and families living just above the federal poverty level, and that he hopes the initiative fails to win approval. U.S. Senate R…
  8. KLFY Athlete of the week: STM linebacker Cade Broussard

    Klfy.com - Louisiana (LA) 09.22 / 00:58 klfy.com
    Last week Broussard tallied a pick and had 9 tackles along with a fumble recovery for the Cougars' 3rd straight shut-out; a 35-0 win…
  1. Three auctioned chickens raise more than $500 for hurricane victims

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 09.22 / 00:46 www.sunjournal.com
    FARMINGTON — Three meat chickens sold for more than $500 during Wednesday's Youth Market Lamb, Steer, Hog and Poultry auction at Farmington Fair. It was not because the chickens were special that they went on the auction block five times.   It was because Lily Bachelder,…
  2. Speaker: U.S. working to help Somalia, Kenya overcome challenges

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 09.22 / 00:46 www.sunjournal.com
    LEWISTON — Kenya and Somalia may share a border, but the two East African countries have few similarities. That's part of the challenges facing the United States in that region of the world, said Ian M. Catlett, an attorney-adviser with the U.S. Department of State. The…
  3. Exhibits viewed at Farmington Fair's second Senior Day

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 09.22 / 00:46 www.sunjournal.com
    FARMINGTON — Exhibits, from birds to needle crafts, drew attention as seniors toured the 177th annual exhibition at Farmington Fair on Thursday. Sunny skies prompted more attendance on Thursday's Senior Day than on Tuesday's, Neal Yeaton, fair secretary, said.   "We have…
  4. BIW union plans strike Monday if negotiations fail

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 09.22 / 00:46 www.sunjournal.com
    BATH — A Bath Iron Works labor union has vowed to strike if contract negotiations with the shipyard are not successful by Monday, Sept. 25. The United Automobile Workers' Local 3999 Bath Marine Draftsmen's Association decided last weekend to extend its contract by a week so talks…
  5. The Buzz: New homeless shelter and new Cumbies opening soon

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 09.22 / 00:46 www.sunjournal.com
    This week The Buzz is all ears, helping hands and seeing double. In the last 15 months, L/A Hearing Center has added four clinicians and this summer it tripled its space from one testing booth and one hearing aid lab to three of each. Executive Director Stephanie Gelinas said it's…
  6. UMaine Hutchinson workshop series for climate, weather teachers

    Waldo.villagesoup.com - Maine (ME) 09.21 / 23:12 waldo.villagesoup.com
    This fall the University of Maine Hutchinson Center will offer a series of three professional development workshops for teachers on teaching about climate and weather using data. The first session is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 11, 4 to 6 p.m. The second and third sessions will be Thursday, Oct. 26, and Thursday, Nov. 16, all at the Hutchinson Center. The Climate, Weather and Data series will be of special…
  7. Tax rate down 4.7 percent in Belfast

    Waldo.villagesoup.com - Maine (ME) 09.21 / 23:12 waldo.villagesoup.com
    Belfast's property tax rate will be almost 5 percent lower this year, owing to revaluations of many city properties and unanticipated state aid to schools. The City Council on Sept. 20 approved a mill rate of 21.9, or $22.90 per $1,000 of assessed property value. That's down from 22.9 in the last fiscal year. The new rate will be applied to tax bills that go out later this month. It includes a $379,290 overlay,…
  8. Annual Grindle tournament raises bats for a cause

    Penobscotbaypress.com - Maine (ME) 09.21 / 22:09 penobscotbaypress.com
    As two days of play, and three days of fun end, another Jared C. Grindle Co-ed Softball Tournament is one for the books, and Yippy Ki Yay, with its Island roots, takes the top spot emerging as the winner out of 24 competing teams. Both Saturday and Sunday morning, teams took to their respective fields in fog, said Dennis Rackliffe, who helps to organize the teams. “You could hardly see the players in the outfield, the fog was so dense,” he said, but noted that it didn’t slow down play one b…
  1. Ynoa Pitches 8 Solid Innings To Lead Orioles Past Rays 3-1

    Gabriel Ynoa pitched eight innings of five-hit ball, Manny Machado homered and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 on Thursday night in a matchup between fading AL East…
  2. Anne Arundel and Howard county executives pressure Frosh to sue Feds over airplane noise

    Baltimoresun.com - Maryland 09.22 / 02:37 www.baltimoresun.com
    Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh and Howard County Executive Alan Kittleman want the state to sue the Federal Aviation Administration over what residents near BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport describe as lower, louder airplanes. In separate letters, both executives asked Attorney…
  3. Tony Luke shares story in hope of breaking stigma

    Cecildaily.com - Elkton 09.22 / 01:42 cecildaily.com
    NORTH EAST — For any of the scores of people walking or driving down Main Street on Wednesday night, the man sharing his story of loss over a loudspeaker could have been any local r…
  4. Dagger Movie Night: “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” — Take Me Home, Country Roads

    Daggerpress.com - Maryland 09.22 / 01:38 www.daggerpress.com
    Don’t ask why, because it’s a Shaggy Dog story and really doesn’t matter beyond setting up a punchline; but midway through “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” super-spy Eggsy Unwin (Taron Egerton) is tasked with inserting a tracker into a woman’s vagina. Said tracker is introduced to said orifice via the wearing of a finger sheath that […]…
  5. WWE Insiders Pick No Mercy 2017

    WWE's No Mercy 2017 is packed with RAW's biggest names. Pro wrestling experts pick the…
  6. Police Search For Burglary Suspect; Had Key To Walgreen’s

    City police are searching for a suspect who burglarized a Walgreen's on September…
  7. A Competitor And A Clown Walk Onto A Tennis Court In 'Battle Of The Sexes'

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 09.22 / 01:00 wypr.org
    In the story of Billie Jean King beating Bobby Riggs, told again in Battle Of The Sexes , it's often forgotten that she didn't particularly want to do it. In fact, she didn't do it until Riggs had badly beaten Margaret Court, who was one of the greatest players in women's tennis at the time. Court, who wasn't invested in feminism the way King was, treated it as an exhibition for money. But when she lost badly to a 55-year-old man, she inadvertently gave ammunition to people who believed — a…
  8. Plastic Less-Than-Fantastic: 'The LEGO Ninjago Movie'

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 09.22 / 01:00 wypr.org
    In 2014, the directing/screenwriting team of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller surprised a cynical, jaded nation that was expecting, from The LEGO Movie, a cynical, jaded toy commercial. It was that, to be clear. But it was also frenetic, funny, colorful, clever and desperately eager-to-please: a hugely imaginative joyride through a riotous landscape of Warner Bros.-owned intellectual property. Movie as theme park. Mostly, though, it possessed something few putative tentpole blockbusters…
  1. Ernie DiBurro Clubhouse opens to great fanfare

    Eagletribune.com - NORTH ANDOVER 09.22 / 02:51 eagletribune.com
    HAVERHILL — Ernie DiBurro walked into the girls locker room inside the new sports clubhouse at Trinity Stadium and in charged members of the Hillie's girls soccer team. They literally screamed out loud in unison, shouting, "we have our o…
  2. The plane truth: Roslindale and surrounding neighborhoods overwhelmed with jets

    Universalhub.com - Boston 09.22 / 02:40 www.universalhub.com
    Wright points to the narrow flight path from Logan to Forest Hills; the blue shows the paths planes used to take. Modern technology and a 1990s court decision have created a narrow flight corridor off a Logan runway that can mean hour after hour of planes roaring over Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale and West Roxbury, from late at night to early in the morning, driving residents nuts. Some 50 residents, mainly from Roslindale, gathered tonight to launch Boston South Fair Skies to try to…
  3. Better Late Than Never? Library Book Returned 78 Years Later

    Boston.cbslocal.com - Massachusetts 09.22 / 02:37 boston.cbslocal.com
    It took nearly 80 years, but a book borrowed during the Great Depression has been returned to a Massachusetts public…
  4. $1Million Project to provide Springfield Public School students with free smart devices

    Wwlp.com - Massachusetts 09.22 / 02:37 wwlp.com
    About 700 high school students will be able to complete their schoolwork from home as part of the $1Million…
  5. Defendants held in fentanyl trafficking case

    Eagletribune.com - NORTH ANDOVER 09.22 / 01:52 eagletribune.com
    HAVERHILL — A state prosecutor in the case of five people arrested on Wednesday in Haverhill for fentanyl trafficking said the drugs police seized had the potential of causing yet more overdose d…
  6. WWE Insiders Pick No Mercy 2017

    Boston.cbslocal.com - Massachusetts 09.22 / 01:38 boston.cbslocal.com
    WWE's No Mercy 2017 is packed with RAW's biggest names. Pro wrestling experts pick the…
  7. Trio pleads guilty in multistate ATM theft case 

    Eagletribune.com - NORTH ANDOVER 09.22 / 01:00 eagletribune.com
    SALEM, Mass. — Three Lawrence men charged last summer in a multistate ATM robbery enterprise and other theft have all pleaded guilty to a variety of charges in Salem Superior C…
  8. Smart911 system provides dispatchers with vital information

    Eagletribune.com - NORTH ANDOVER 09.22 / 01:00 eagletribune.com
    METHUEN — For as long as first responders have been available, people have been looking for ways to get them information quickly and efficiently — whether it's a dog tag with an elderly person's medical conditions or a flyer in&…
  1. Tigers Fall To The Twins In Game Two

    Wbckfm.com - Michigan (MI) 09.22 / 03:22 wbckfm.com
    The skies were gloomy in Detroit, as well as the spirits of Tiger fans after their 12-1 loss to the Minnesota Twins, Thursday evening. Continue…
  2. Battle Creek Building Owner Fired Upon By Gunman

    Wbckfm.com - Michigan (MI) 09.22 / 03:22 wbckfm.com
    Battle Creek City Police responded to the first block of Carlyle Street at approximately 8:30 PM, Thursday evening, to a report of a breaking and entering. Continue…
  3. Doctor: Change in Flint's water most likely explanation for Legionnaire' disease outbreak

    On.freep.com - Michigan (MI) 09.22 / 03:11 on.freep.com
    Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Nick Lyon faces two felonies: involuntary manslaughter and misconduct in…
  4. Mystery solved: S.S. Clifton discovered in Lake Huron

    On.freep.com - Michigan (MI) 09.22 / 03:11 on.freep.com
    The Clifton was the only whaleback ship left in Lake Huron that hadn’t already been f…
  5. New Poll Looks At Race For Governor

    Wsjm.com - Michigan (MI) 09.22 / 03:10 wsjm.com
    New polling results have been released regarding the race for governor. If the Republican primary were held today, MRG Polling Firm says Bill Schuette would garner 33% of the vote, others significantly less. Michigan News Network…
  6. Silo City, U.S.A.: Vestaburg once boomed with family storage business

    Themorningsun.com - MI 09.22 / 03:04 themorningsun.com
    Now a fairly sleepy town, Vestaburg was twice bustling in its 100-plus year history. In Gratiot County's lumber boom of the later 1800s, the city thrived until fire swept through - twice - just as the lumber industry slowed down.Then in 1935 the first iteration of Vestaburg Silo…
  7. State to allow "one-stop" marijuana shops

    Michiganradio.org - Michigan (MI) 09.22 / 02:53 michiganradio.org
    The state is going to allow all-in-one medical marijuana facilities. The state’s licensing department today said it plans to let one person grow, process and sell marijuana – and do it all in one facility. Andrew Brisbo is Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Bureau director. He says the plan isn’t set in stone yet. But Brisbo says the bureau wants to make sure people are aware of the intent. “Folks who were interested in establishing these facilities are starting to look at property and determine …
  8. BCPD: Intruder shoots at vacant building’s owner

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 09.22 / 02:38 woodtv.com
    Battle Creek police are looking for the man who shot at a building owner after a…
  1. Red-hot Fire offense to test stingy Tiger defense

    Matt Kane Sports Editor DELANO — After two weeks of dominant play in a pair of wins, Delano’s defense will be tested tonight (Friday), when unbeaten Holy Family visits Tig…
  2. Sam Bradford's knee 'better,' but Vikings offer no clues about status for Sunday

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 09.22 / 02:47 brainerddispatch.com
    FCCNNEDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.—The brother of Vikings general manager Rick Spielman is the Fox analyst for Sunday's game, but that doesn't mean he has any inside information on Sam Bradford. "…
  3. With its quirks and acoustics, Williams Arena could give Lynx advantage in WNBA finals

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 09.22 / 02:47 brainerddispatch.com
    FCCNNMINNEAPOLIS — Williams Arena got loud during Game 2 of the Lynx's conference semifinal series versus the Washington Mystics. Like, can't-hear-the-person-next-to-you loud. "It was loud to that point that w…
  4. Available now: Building in the Brainerd Lakes on DispatchCast

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 09.22 / 02:47 brainerddispatch.com
    Brainerd DispatchOne company's materials are new. The other relies on those created in centuries past. In another Progress Edition episode of the DispatchCast, reporters Spenser Bickett and Chelsey Perkins bring…
  5. Twin Cities sees heat advisory on first day of fall

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 09.22 / 02:47 brainerddispatch.com
    FCCNN  MINNEAPOLIS -- Friday is the first day of autumn, but the Twin Cities won’t know it as hot and humid air will make it feel like it’s nearly 100…
  6. Fall colors, flavors and fun at Spirit of the St. Croix Art Festival

    Hudson Star ObserverNo festival is complete without a tasty selection of fair food, and the Spirit of the St. Croix Art Festival is no exception! At this art festival, even the…
  7. Mental health brings a Kennedy to Minnesota, and he's not happy about state of affairs

    Wctrib.com - Minnesota 09.22 / 02:37 www.wctrib.com
    FCCNNGULL LAKE, Minn.—Patrick Kennedy, son of Ted Kennedy and nephew of former President John F. Kennedy, has a lot to say on mental health care in this country. Besides b…
  8. Twin Cities sees heat advisory on first day of fall

    Wctrib.com - Minnesota 09.22 / 02:37 www.wctrib.com
    FCCNN  MINNEAPOLIS -- Friday is the first day of autumn, but the Twin Cities won’t know it as hot and humid air will make it feel like it’s nearly 100…
  1. Laurel police save two lives with Narcan

    Two people's lives were saved after Laurel police officers used Narcan when they were going through an opioid…
  2. Roadside prayer with complete stranger memorializes wreck victims, comforts mourners

    "God took my mind off of where I was going and turned me around... he literally said, 'Turn around and see if you can help those…
  3. Lawmakers have cut agencies' spending, but not their own

    As lawmakers begin scrutinizing and cutting state agencies' spending plans, one budget gets little scrutiny: The…
  4. Cyclist discovers 2 people trapped after crash

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 09.22 / 00:46 www.wlox.com
    Two people were injured in a rollover crash in Harrison County on…
  5. County funds housing, museum

    Tunicatimes.com - Mississippi (MS) 09.22 / 00:17 tunicatimes.com
    County supervisors completed a long agenda Monday, taking action on a number of long-simmering issues in advance of the close of Fiscal Year 2017. Only three supervisors attended – Board president James Dunn, District 2 supervisor Michael Johnson, and District 4 supervisor Henry Nickson. Attorney Tom Tucker III presented requests from Resorts, Bally’s and Gold Strike casinos for refunds from 2014, 2015 and 2016 ad valorem taxes. The requests stem from a ruling in a lawsuit filed against th…
  6. Laurel police save two lives with NARCAN

    Two people's lives were saved after Laurel police officers used Narcan when they were going through an opioid…
  7. Last of Mississippi's ERVs deployed to FL by Red Cross

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 09.21 / 23:47 www.wlox.com
    Thursday, the American Red Cross deployed the last of the emergency response vehicles in Mississippi to…
  8. Southern Miss student accused of sexual battery claims encounter was consensual

    Eric Camp, University of Southern Mississippi sophomore charged with sexual battery, claims the encounter was…
  1. Downtown Maryville to close on land

    Downtown Maryville is set to finalize purchase of the future location of a pocket park at the southwest corner of 3rd and Main…
  2. R-II board approves summer program

    The Maryville R-II Board of Education approved Wednesday, a 3-year contract with Newton Alliance/Catapult Learning for the 24-day summer school program the district used this…
  3. Vargas and 4 relievers toss 2-hitter, Royals beat Jays 1-0

    TORONTO (AP) — Jason Vargas and four relievers combined on a two-hitter, Melky Cabrera had three hits and the game's only RBI, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Toronto Blue Jays 1-0 on Thursday n…
  4. Boone County Clerk clears attorney general in voting inquiry

    Questions remain about whether Hawley has satisfied the law requiring him to reside in Jefferson…
  5. Bernie Sanders delivers Westminster lecture on progressive U.S. foreign policy

    "There are some who believe that the United States would be best served by withdrawing from the global community," Sanders said. "I…
  6. White ‘allies’ march against Jason Stockley verdict

    Fox2now.com - St. Louis 09.22 / 02:40 fox2now.com
    ST. LOUIS (AP) – Hundreds of mostly white protesters gathered Thursday in downtown St. Louis and marched, chanting “white silence is violence” and “no justice, no profits.” The protest was the latest of several since a judge on Friday announced a not-guilty verdict for a white former St. Louis police officer charged in the shooting death of a black suspect. The gathering had been designed to show white support for the protesters’ cause. Demonstrators…
  7. North Korea’s Kim: ‘Mentally deranged’ Trump ‘will pay dearly’ for comments at UN

    Fox2now.com - St. Louis 09.22 / 02:40 fox2now.com
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says US President Donald Trump’s remarks to the United Nations threatening the hermit country reflect “mentally deranged behavior,” according to a statement released by North Korea’s state-run news agency, KCNA. In the statement, which was written in the first person, Kim says North Korea will make the US leader “pay dearly for his speech calling for totally destroying the DPRK.” “I am now thinking hard about what…
  8. Boone County Clerk clears attorney general in voting inquiry

    Questions remain about whether Hawley has satisfied the law requiring him to reside in Jefferson…
  1. Radar speed signs at Hillcrest draw accusations, terse comments at council

    Mtstandard.com - Montana 09.22 / 00:46 mtstandard.com
    A push to have the county put permanent radar speed signs on Continental Drive near Hillcrest Elementary School is still alive, but the issue isn’t settled and it has taken on sharp and personal edges before c…
  2. New Bridge Pizza site on Brooks Street gets tax help from Missoula agency

    Missoulian.com - Montana 09.21 / 23:48 missoulian.com
    The owners of the popular Bridge Pizza plan a second location on Brooks Street in the old Tower Pizza, and on Thursday the Missoula Redevelopment Agency’s Board of Commissioners unanimously approved reimbursing them roughly $80,000 for improvements to the s…
  3. Marble continues to wait for resolution on probation violation

    Missoulian.com - Montana 09.21 / 23:48 missoulian.com
    Cody Marble — who was exonerated of a 2002 rape conviction earlier this year, but found himself in a cell and back in the courtroom again this summer — will wait at least three more weeks to find out wha…
  4. Budget Cuts Could Add To Montana Jail, Prison Overcrowding Problems

    Mtpr.org - Montana 09.21 / 23:48 mtpr.org
    Proposed budget cuts could make the overcrowding at Montana’s jails and prisons worse. Groups supporting local law enforcement warned lawmakers of potential consequences of the coming cuts during the Law and Justice Interim Committee this a…
  5. State Seeking New Libby Asbestos Cleanup Liaison

    Mtpr.org - Montana 09.21 / 23:48 mtpr.org
    State and local officials have begun preparations to take over management of the cleanup of the Libby Superfund site, where health officials say hundreds of people have been killed by asbestos exposure. The Libby Asbestos Superfund Advisory Team met for the first time today after being established by the Montana Legislature earlier this…
  6. New Grants Available For Montana Businesses Affected By Wildfires

    Mtpr.org - Montana 09.21 / 23:48 mtpr.org
    Governor Steve Bullock announced two new grants today that will help businesses and communities that suffered losses during fire season. One grant will help tourist destinations create a marketing campaign to lure visitors back, and another will help businesses that lost inventory or customers because of…
  7. The Times E Edition for 9-22-17

    Falloncountyextra.com - Montana (MT) 09.21 / 23:10 falloncountyextra.com
    View the 9-22-17 Fallon County Times E Edition here! Just click on the “Click to read” button in the center of the image below to view. Click Here for the… The post The Times E Edition for 9-22-17 appeared first on The Fallon County Ext…
  8. Pointe Shoes on Main Street

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 09.21 / 22:55 flatheadbeacon.com
    As she looks around her new dance studio space in downtown Kalispell, Natalie Molter likes to ponder history and traditions. For instance, the wall she’s sitting next to is brand... more The post Pointe Shoes on Main Street appeared first on Flathead B…
  1. NE Lottery

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 09.22 / 03:11 hastingstribune.com
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — These Nebraska lotteries were drawn T…
  2. (AUDIO) Arlington sweeps GACC Volleyball Triangular

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 09.22 / 03:11 1049maxcountry.com
    West Point-Arlington swept the GACC Triangular Thursday night, beating both GACC and Oakland-Craig 2-0. In the GACC/Arlington match, the Eagles won set one 25-20, and set two 25-16. Jordyn Werth finished with a team-high 7 kills for Arlington while Riley Throener had 11 to lead the Bluejays. In the Oakland-Craig/Arlington match, the Eagles took the first set 25-14, and the second set 25-11. Werth, Lauren Clapper, Grace Volk, Shelby Kaup, and Maggie Everhart notched 3 kills apiece for…
  3. Riley and Huskers Move Forward

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 09.22 / 03:11 1049maxcountry.com
    Lincoln, Neb. - The Nebraska football team practiced for 90 minutes Thursday evening. The Huskers were inside Memorial Stadium practicing in shorts and helmets. Head coach Mike Riley spoke with the media after practice to first touch on injuries heading into Nebraska’s Homecoming game against Rutgers Saturday with kickoff set for 2:30 p.m. “Hot and windy,” Riley started off with. “I think I’ll start out with injuries. David Knevel has practice just a little bit this week, probably at best a…
  4. Riley and Huskers Move Forward

    Kticradio.com - Nebraska (NE) 09.22 / 02:50 kticradio.com
    Lincoln, Neb. — The Nebraska football team practiced for 90 minutes Thursday evening. The Huskers were inside Memorial Stadium practicing in shorts and helmets. Head coach Mike Riley spoke with the media after practice to first touch on injuries heading into Nebraska’s Homecoming game against Rutgers Saturday with kickoff set for 2:30 p.m. “Hot and windy,” Riley started off with. “I think I’ll start […]…
  5. Continental Drift Music festival coming to Fremont Lakes

    Fremonttribune.com - Local 09.22 / 02:39 fremonttribune.com
    The Fremont Lakes will be rocking next weekend as the State Recreation Area plays host to the local Continental Drift Music Festival on Saturday, September…
  6. Road closures for Nebraska 150 Celebration

    Klkntv.com-NE 09.22 / 02:37 www.klkntv.com
    Military personnel and veterans will be honored tomorrow on Centennial Mall, and because of that, a lot of downtown roads will be closed. K Street from 14th to 16th closed this evening. Tomorrow L, H and G Streets will close at 9 A.M. from 14th to 16th. Event officials say this is for set–up for the event and to ensure participant safety. "We do have some road closures happening in downtown, I know it's inconvenient so we thank people in advance…
  7. Riley and Huskers Move Forward

    Kneb.com - Nebraska (NE) 09.22 / 02:18 kneb.com
    Lincoln, Neb. — The Nebraska football team practiced for 90 minutes Thursday evening. The Huskers were inside Memorial Stadium practicing in shorts and helmets. Head coach Mike Riley spoke with the media after practice to first touch on injuries heading into Nebraska’s Homecoming game against Rutgers Saturday with kickoff set for 2:30 p.m. “Hot and windy,” Riley started off with. “I think I’ll start […]…
  8. Groundbreaking held for Gallery 23 East

    Fremonttribune.com - Local 09.22 / 01:40 fremonttribune.com
    After more than seven years of talk surrounding a 115-acre plot of land located on the southeast corner of U.S. Highway 275 and U.S. Highway 30, action is being taken to develop the land which will hold Gallery 23…
  1. Las Vegas event to raise money for Mexico earthquake victims

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 09.22 / 02:39 lasvegassun.com
    As the toll from the devastation of the powerful earthquake that rocked Mexico this week becomes clearer, Las Vegas-area groups have organized a fundraising event, with proceeds being funneled to…
  2. Ex-Mafia hit man 'Sammy the Bull' Gravano now out of prison

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 09.22 / 01:41 lasvegassun.com
    Former Mafia hit man Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano has been released early from federal prison after serving most of a 20-year sentence for drug-related convictions in Arizona and New York…
  3. Woman brandishes gun in Kardashian-owned boutique

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 09.22 / 01:41 lasvegassun.com
    A woman screaming about Cuba pointed a gun Thursday at employees inside the Kardashian-owned DASH boutique in West Hollywood and returned hours later waving a machete at reporters, but eluded authorities both times…
  4. Ryan Gosling to host 'SNL' premiere with Jay-Z musical guest

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 09.22 / 01:41 lasvegassun.com
    For Gosling's encore host appearance he'll be on hand to promote his new film, "Blade Runner 2049." Jay-Z will be plugging a world tour that starts next month…
  5. WWE Insiders Pick No Mercy 2017

    Lasvegas.cbslocal.com-NV 09.22 / 01:38 lasvegas.cbslocal.com
    WWE's No Mercy 2017 is packed with RAW's biggest names. Pro wrestling experts pick the…
  6. Metro Diner becomes part of the community in Henderson with grand opening and ribbon cutting

    Written and photography by Debbie Hall Metro Diner opened its third location in Southern Nevada at 249 N Stephanie Street in Henderson officially on Sept. 19. The diner celebrated with a ribbon cutting attended by dignitaries, government officials and members of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 21. As the staff and management prepared…
  7. A test for Trump's political muscle in Alabama Senate runoff

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 09.21 / 23:50 lasvegassun.com
    It's Trump versus Trumpland. President Donald Trump's political muscles are getting a workout in a Republican runoff election in Alabama that has an awkward dynamic: He's campaigning for…
  8. Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly' for threat

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 09.21 / 23:50 lasvegassun.com
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called President Donald Trump "deranged" and said in a statement carried by the state news agency that he will "pay dearly" for his threats. Kim said that Trump is "unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a…
  1. Two accused of selling meth in Plymouth

    Unionleader.com-NH 09.22 / 02:37 www.unionleader.com
    Holderness resident Danielle Lavorgna, 33, and Meredith resident Michael Colby, 34, were charged with sale of…
  2. Kim Jong Un Issues Statement on Trump: 'A Frightened Dog Barks Louder'

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.22 / 02:37 nhpr.org
    North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has weighed in on the heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, with a personal analysis of President Trump's Wednesday speech at the United Nation General Assembly . Trump's speech, which was notable for its apocalyptic rhetoric — it vowed to "totally destroy" North Korea and its 25 million people if the United States had to defend itself and its allies — aroused greater fears of military miscalculation that could lead to catastrophe. Kim, in a lengthy …
  3. Aaron Hernandez's Brain Reveals Signs Of CTE, Says Lawyer

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.22 / 02:37 nhpr.org
    The brain of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, referred to as CTE, according to doctors who conducted tests after he committed suicide in April while imprisoned for murder. "We're told it was the most severe case they had ever seen of someone of Aaron's age," said Hernandez's attorney, Jose Baez, in a news conference announcing the filing of a lawsuit against the National Football League…
  4. A Look From The Ground In Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.22 / 02:37 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Puerto Rico is in full-on disaster-response mode after powerful Hurricane Maria hit yesterday. There is no power on the entire island and almost no running water. There have been landslides, flooding and widespread structural damage. KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Patricia Mazzei of the Miami Herald has been in Puerto Rico's capital, San Juan, reporting on the storm and its aftermath. And she told us while she was hunkered down during the…
  5. Facebook To Turn Over 3,000 Ads To Congress In Russian Election Interference Probe

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.22 / 02:37 nhpr.org
    Facebook will provide the contents of 3,000 ads purchased by a Russian agency to Congress. The political ads ran during the 2016 presidential election campaign. The move comes amid growing pressure on the social network from members of Congress to release the ads. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg live-streamed a statement in which he said that his company was "actively working" with the U.S. government in the ongoing Russia investigations. Zuckerberg also announced a series of rule changes on…
  6. Foodstuffs: Community Supported Fishery Lands Membership Haul

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.21 / 21:43 nhpr.org
    Last May, we reported on New Hampshire Community Seafood's effort to sign on at least 1,000 people for their community supported fishery, or CSF. A CSF is like a farm share, where subscribers can pick up seafood at various locations throughout the season. The push for new members was driven by a desire to support New Hampshire's ground fishermen. Their deadline was the end of summer, and with that now upon us, Andrea Tomlinson, manager of New Hampshire Community Seafood, joins NHPR's Peter…
  7. Graham-Cassidy Health Bill Would Shift Funds From States That Expanded Medicaid

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.21 / 21:43 nhpr.org
    Senate Republicans' latest plan to overhaul the U.S. health care system ends with a massive shift of federal money from states that expanded Medicaid — and are largely dominated by Democrats — to those that refused to expand. Several analyses of the bill show the pattern. A report by the health care consulting firm Avalere Health shows California and New York losing a combined $123 billion in federal health care funding by 2026, while Texas would see its flow of money from Washington rise b…
  8. In Devastated Dominica, 'Hams' Become Vital Communications Link

    Nhpr.org-NH 09.21 / 21:43 nhpr.org
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxioWrrT9vk When Hurricane Maria smashed into the tiny island of Dominica in the Eastern Caribbean earlier this week, phone service went down, virtually cutting off the island. But within hours, amateur radio operators got on the air and have been providing a vital link to the outside world. Speaking to ABS Television/Radio in his first interview since Maria made landfall, Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, on a visit Antigua, said at least 15…
  1. Hamilton elementary school teacher arrested for shoplifting

    Trentonian.com-NJ 09.22 / 00:46 www.trentonian.com
    HAMILTON >> A township elementary school teacher was taught a lesson in stealing.Marisa Naro, 29, of the first block of Erica Lynne Way, was arrested Sept. 10 for shoplifting at the ShopRite on Route 33 in Hamilton Township, officials said Thursday. Naro is a special education teacher at Langtree Elementary School, according to information posted on the Hamilton Township School District's…
  2. Records show NJ Transit didn't screen Hoboken engineer for sleep apnea before crash

    Mycentraljersey.com - Somerville 09.22 / 00:13 mycentraljersey.com
    The NJ Transit engineer involved in last September's fatal train crash was not evaluated for obstructive sleep …
  3. Explorations offers daytime learning experiences for seniors

    Mercerme.com - Mercer County 09.22 / 00:03 mercerme.com
    Explorations, now in its tenth year, has lined up five exciting courses for senior residents of Hopewell Valley and neighboring communities. Classes will begin Monday, October 9.  Registration closes October 5. The following four courses will be held at the Pennington Presbyterian Church and begin at 1pm: “Philosophy of Existentialism, How I Learned to Love [&…
  4. Cause of Death Determined for Missing Hiker

    Mercerme.com - Mercer County 09.22 / 00:03 mercerme.com
    As reported by MercerMe, the body of Hopewell resident Alex Stevens, was found on September 18th, sixteen days after starting a three-day hike in New York’s High Peaks Wilderness Area on Wallface Mountain. A massive search ensued after family reported him missing on September 10th when he failed to meet friends in New York City. […
  5. Retired Parsippany police captain said there was 'a vendetta' against him

    Dailyrecord.com - Morristown 09.21 / 23:58 dailyrecord.com
    Retired Parsippany police captain said he lost overtime, suffered stress and disparate treatment due to retaliation over his reports of…
  6. Atlantic City Boys and Girls club reopens Chelsea location

    ATLANTIC CITY — For some residents and volunteers, Thursday was a day they could return home to a site that closed in 2…
  7. Trenton Police: We found drugs, BB gun and 'toy gun' at Franklin Elementary

    Trentonian.com-NJ 09.21 / 23:48 www.trentonian.com
    TRENTON >> The Franklin Elementary police investigation that began Wednesday afternoon has exposed widespread troubles at the Trenton public school involving drugs and weapons.A Franklin student brought a toy gun to the school on Monday, another student brought marijuana to school on Tuesday and another student brought a BB gun to the school on Wednesday, police said on…
  8. Ethics Case Against Mazie Slater Lawyers, Brought by Ex-Partner, Dismissed

    Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ) 09.21 / 23:22 njlawjournal.com
    An ethics case stemming from the long-running feud between onetime law firm colleagues, lodged two years ago against two name partners from Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, has reached its…
  1. NM Game & Fish: Bears search for food in urban areas

    Daily-times.com - New Mexico (NM) 09.22 / 02:57 daily-times.com
    Bears have ventured into Farmington and Aztec. NM Game and Fish official says the bears will just sniff around and move on if they don't find…
  2. Water treatment plant near Gold King mine filters out sludge

    Kob.com-NM 09.22 / 02:37 www.kob.com
    VIDEO REPLAY > KOB 4 Eyewitness News Advertisement Meg…
  3. AFD and Bernalillo County Fire join forces to raise money for muscular dystrophy

    Krqe.com-NM 09.22 / 02:37 krqe.com
    You might see firefighters on street corners around the city beginning Thursday. It's all part of the "Fill the Boot" …
  4. Sandoval County residents divided on oil and gas ordinance

    Krqe.com-NM 09.22 / 02:37 krqe.com
    Sandoval County wants to continue taking advantage of its oil and gas…
  5. How States Are Banding Together To Take On Trump

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 09.22 / 01:51 krwg.org
    When President Trump announced a ban on travel for citizens from several predominantly Muslim countries in January, a coalition of officials from various blue states quickly rallied to fight it. "We just started talking to each other Friday afternoon," recalls New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. "By Sunday morning, we had 17 states signed on to say, 'This is unconstitutional. We're going into court to stop it.' And we went into courts all over the country and eventually got it…
  6. Kim Jong Un Issues Statement on Trump: 'A Frightened Dog Barks Louder'

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 09.22 / 01:51 krwg.org
    North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has weighed in on the heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, with a personal analysis of President Trump's Wednesday speech at the United Nation General Assembly . Trump's speech, which was notable for its apocalyptic rhetoric — it vowed to "totally destroy" North Korea and its 25 million people if the United States had to defend itself and its allies — aroused greater fears of military miscalculation that could lead to catastrophe. Kim, in a lengthy …
  7. Aaron Hernandez's Brain Reveals Signs Of CTE, Says Lawyer

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 09.22 / 01:51 krwg.org
    The brain of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, referred to as CTE, according to doctors who conducted tests after he committed suicide in April while imprisoned for murder. "We're told it was the most severe case they had ever seen of someone of Aaron's age," said Hernandez's attorney, Jose Baez, in a news conference announcing the filing of a lawsuit against the National Football League…
  8. How States Are Banding Together To Take On Trump

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 09.22 / 01:50 kanw.com
    When President Trump announced a ban on travel for citizens from several predominantly Muslim countries in January, a coalition of officials from various blue states quickly rallied to fight it. "We just started talking to each other Friday afternoon," recalls New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. "By Sunday morning, we had 17 states signed on to say, 'This is unconstitutional. We're going into court to stop it.' And we went into courts all over the country and eventually got it…
  1. Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly' for threat

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    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an extraordinary and direct rebuke, called President Donald Trump "deranged" and said he will "pay dearly" for his threats, a possible indication of more powerful weapons tests on the…
  2. For Rohingya Muslim child refugees, too many losses to count

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    BALUKHALI REFUGEE CAMP, Bangladesh (AP) -- Children make up about 60 percent of more than 420,000 people who have poured in to Bangladesh over the last four weeks - Rohingya Muslims fleeing terrible persecution in…
  3. The Latest: Seoul media say North might test nuke in Pacific

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    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- The Latest on North Korea's nuclear program (all times…
  4. Megyn Kelly hopes for a Trump-free zone with new show

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    NEW YORK (AP) -- Megyn Kelly says she left Fox News Channel to bring more joy to her life. NBC hopes that starting Monday, she can spread some to the network and its…
  5. Kim Jong Un Issues Statement on Trump: 'A Frightened Dog Barks Louder'

    North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has weighed in on the heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, with a personal analysis of President Trump's Wednesday speech at the United Nation General Assembly . Trump's speech, which was notable for its apocalyptic rhetoric — it vowed to "totally destroy" North Korea and its 25 million people if the United States had to defend itself and its allies — aroused greater fears of military miscalculation that could lead to catastrophe. Kim, in a lengthy …
  6. Aaron Hernandez's Brain Reveals Signs Of CTE, Says Lawyer

    The brain of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, referred to as CTE, according to doctors who conducted tests after he committed suicide in April while imprisoned for murder. "We're told it was the most severe case they had ever seen of someone of Aaron's age," said Hernandez's attorney, Jose Baez, in a news conference announcing the filing of a lawsuit against the National Football League…
  7. Despite Urging Otherwise, Kurds In Iraq Move Forward With Scheduled Independence Vote

    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: There is one issue in the Middle East where Iran, the U.S., Turkey and others agree. They do not want Iraq's Kurds to hold an independence referendum on Monday. They worry about what it would do to Iraq and how Kurds in other countries would see it. NPR's Jane Arraf reports from Iraq's Kurdish north. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: (Foreign language spoken). JANE ARRAF, BYLINE: This is a pro-independence rally in Erbil, the capital of what is…
  8. Buildings In Mexico Keep Falling Days After Deadly Earthquake

    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Officials in Mexico say more than 270 people have died from Tuesday's earthquake. Most of the deaths have been in the country's capital, Mexico City. The mayor says as of last night, 38 buildings had totally collapsed. Thousands more are heav