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  1. Incident involving SRO and student under investigation

    Waaytv.com - Monte Sano Blvd Huntsville 03.29 / 08:52 waaytv.com
    A school resource officer working in Huntsville City Schools is under investigation after an incident with a…
  2. Meet the CH-53K--the helicopter that costs more than an F-35

    Waaytv.com - Monte Sano Blvd Huntsville 03.29 / 08:52 waaytv.com
    When asked what the most expensive military aircraft is, most people would say the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. But with the exception of the F-35's Short Take Off Vertical Landing (STOVL) variant, the F-35B, that title belongs…
  3. Student housing gets preliminary approval

    Timesdaily.com - Local 03.29 / 05:55 www.timesdaily.com
    FLORENCE -- A massive complex proposed by a private developer has won preliminary approval from the city Planning Commission, but a traffic study must be done as more substantial plans are…
  4. Locals plead case for federal programs

    Timesdaily.com - Local 03.29 / 05:55 www.timesdaily.com
    A contingent of Shoals officials spent a portion of last week in Washington, D.C,. sending a message to Alabama's federal officials about the importance of federal programs that could be…
  5. Life Data Labs flips the switch on new solar farm

    Timesdaily.com - Local 03.29 / 05:55 www.timesdaily.com
    BARTON -- When Frank Gravlee returned home from a cruise where he learned about solar power, he began a mission to bring the technology to the company he…
  6. Shoals woman who inspired 'Burning Bed' dies

    Timesdaily.com - Local 03.29 / 05:55 www.timesdaily.com
    Feeling hopeless in efforts to rescue herself and family from her abusive spouse, Francine Hughes made a desperate…
  7. Blotter briefs 3-29-17

    Timesdaily.com - Local 03.29 / 05:55 www.timesdaily.com
    FLORENCE – A man is in jail after he was arrested in connection with a residential burglary, official s…
  8. Go Play: What's happening in the River Region

    Looking for something to do? Here's what's happening in the River…
  1. Alaska Department of Corrections denies reports of Douglas expansion

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 04:56 ktoo.org
    The Alaska Department of Corrections says Senate Bill 91 mandates expanded pre-trial services. Rumors that a Douglas office building could be part of the plan has neighbors alarmed and a state lawmaker demanding…
  2. “Groundbreaking” technology restores movement in paralyzed man

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 04:56 ktva.com
    For the first time, a paralyzed man has regained functional arm movement and is able to feed himself using his own hand as a result of new technology that reconnects his brain with his muscles. Bill Kochevar, now 53, suffered a severe spinal cord injury in a bicycle accident eight years ago that left him completely […] The post “Groundbreaking” technology restores movement in paralyzed man appeared first on KTVA 11…
  3. Dimond Lynx cap off magical season

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 04:56 ktva.com
    The Dimond High School Lynx had one of those years: nine seniors will ride off with a 4A state title. Head coach Brad Lauwers and three of those seniors stopped by KTVA on Tuesday to sit down with Dave Goldman to discuss the championship run. Follow KTVA 11 Sports on Facebook and Twitter. Did you […] The post Dimond Lynx cap off magical season appeared first on KTVA…
  4. House votes to block Obama-era online privacy rules

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 04:56 ktva.com
    The House has voted to block online privacy regulations issued during the final months of the Obama administration. It’s the first step toward allowing internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers. The Federal Communications Commission rule was designed to give consumers greater control over how internet […] The post House votes to block Obama-era online privacy rules appeared first on KTVA…
  5. Some Juneau property values will increase, city officials say

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 03:33 ktva.com
    About 60 percent of homeowners in Juneau will see the value of their homes increase, according to city officials. The City and Borough of Juneau’s assessor office mailed out property value notices Tuesday, an annual requirement under state law. The city has more than 12,600 taxable properties across more than 20 geographic neighborhoods. Many residential neighborhoods have homes […] The post Some Juneau property values will increase, city officials say appeared first on KTVA 11…
  6. State and local lawmakers call for more transparency on health care costs

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 03:33 ktva.com
    The price of health care in Alaska is higher than anywhere else in the nation. With national reform on the back burner, state lawmakers in Juneau are joining with the Anchorage Assembly in demanding more transparency from health care providers. Both local and state officials want to put a price tag on procedures. Last month, the […] The post State and local lawmakers call for more transparency on health care costs appeared first on KTVA …
  7. Anchorage School District wants voters to say yes to bond package

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 03:33 ktva.com
    The Anchorage School District is hoping the second time’s a charm when it comes to approving school bonds in the upcoming April election. Voters narrowly defeated the district’s bond package last year. Mike Nero, the director of capital planning and construction for the district, said the $58.5 million bond proposal will pay for roof replacements […] The post Anchorage School District wants voters to say yes to bond package appeared first on KTVA…
  8. Juneau Afternoon–3-28-2017

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 03.29 / 02:21 ktoo.org
    Tuesday on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts: We’ll get an update on the Juneau Community Band; We’ll hear about this Friday’s ACLU Citizen Activist workshop; Michelle Ridgeway, Beth Weigel, and Collette Costa will preview the Science on Screen event…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 03.29 / 08:57 wvasfm.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 03.29 / 07:49 wvasfm.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  3. Man allegedly attempts to light self, woman on fire

    Havasunews.com - Lake Havasu City 03.29 / 07:09 www.havasunews.com
    KINGMAN — Kingman Police say a man attempted to light himself and another person on fire at a truck stop on Andy Devine Avenue Monday a…
  4. Man arrested on suspicion of selling drugs

    Havasunews.com - Lake Havasu City 03.29 / 07:09 www.havasunews.com
    KINGMAN — Kingman Police are investigating a man who was arrested Monday night on suspicion of selling d…
  5. Raises at DPS lab on hold despite approval months ago

    Kpho.com - Arizona 03.29 / 07:04 kpho.com
    It's the busiest crime lab in the state but raises remain on hold for employees of the Department of Public Safety's lab even though pay increases were ordered five months…
  6. Pinal Co. deputies ditch their cars for dump trucks to catch speedsters

    Kpho.com - Arizona 03.29 / 07:04 kpho.com
    The Pinal County Sheriff's Office, along with several other agencies, teamed up to take a different approach to catching bad drivers. Instead of getting something like a sweet Corvette as an interceptor, they decided to recruit dump trucks.…
  7. NCAA urges Phoenix businesses to cater to influx of fans

    Kpho.com - Arizona 03.29 / 07:04 kpho.com
    Businesses in downtown Phoenix have been told to prepare for an extra 400,000 people during NCAA Final Four…
  8. 3 WAVE students snag cash prizes at culinary competition

    Havasunews.com - Lake Havasu City 03.29 / 05:56 www.havasunews.com
    Three Lake Havasu City Western Arizona Vocational Education high school seniors took home the gold last week after winning cash for college and industry scholarships in a head-to-head culinary competition in…
  1. Phonathon raises more than $20,000

    Thearkatechnews.com - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:43 thearkatechnews.com
    By Sierra Murphy One of Tech’s annual fundraisers came to a close the week before spring break. On March 19, the Tech Loyalty Fund Phonathon concluded its sixth week of calling friends and alumni of the university. “We have spoken with almost 4,000 friends and alumni over the course of six weeks,” said Rachel Bullock, … Continue reading Phonathon raises more than $20,000 ͛…
  2. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:33 ualrpublicradio.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  3. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:33 ualrpublicradio.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  4. Court overturns approval for northeast Missouri power line

    Ktrs.com - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:32 ktrs.com
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – A Missouri appeals court panel says utility regulators had no authority to grant conditional approval for a high-voltage power line across northeastern Missouri. The ruling Tuesday overturns an April 2016 decision by the Missouri Public Service Commission, which approved the line on the condition that an Ameren Corp. subsidiary later…
  5. Man who died Sunday in accident has been ID’

    Ktrs.com - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:32 ktrs.com
    ( KTRS ) The identity of a man who died in a fatal accident has been released. Police say 67 yr old Danny Temple died Sunday after the vehicle he was driving collided with a tree in the 1700 block of Cass Ave. Authorities believe that Temple suffered a medical-related issue and that may have…
  6. Missouri House votes to repeal public construction wage law

    Ktrs.com - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:32 ktrs.com
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri’s Republican-led House has endorsed a bill to repeal the state’s “prevailing wage” requirements for public construction projects. The 93-60 vote Tuesday is part of a Republican push to revamp the state’s labor laws by limiting union powers. Missouri law currently requires governmental entities such as cities and school districts…
  7. Police investigate shooting at Canfield Green Apartment

    Ktrs.com - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 08:32 ktrs.com
    ( KTRS ) Authorities are investigating a shooting at the Canfield Green Apartment complex in Ferguson. Police say the victim was shot around 7pm last night, by a member of the apartment’s security staff. The victim suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen and was reported as conscious and breathing at the scene, before being […
  8. Lost pet scam preys on Arkansans...

    Thv11.com - Arkansas (AR) 03.29 / 05:13 thv11.com
    HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - A scammer picked the wrong people from whom to extort…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Kazu.org - Seaside 03.29 / 09:01 kazu.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. Comment on Collier Park in Ocean Beach – The Incredible Shrinking Park by retired botanist

    Obrag.org - San Diego 03.29 / 08:38 obrag.org
    Wow, what an interesting read- I had no idea Collier Park has that history. .. all I knew about the park was that there are 6 or so beautiful Torrey pines that we need to ensure get on the Heritage Tree list! I must say its been discouraging to keep discovering older stories about OB fighting for its public space, public trees, and public shoreline. I am still finding articles that are more than 20 years old about the OB community defending its trees... why does OB have to keep 'nailing'…
  3. County rankings indicate where you live influences your health

    Presstelegram.com - Long Beach 03.29 / 08:35 presstelegram.com
    Health rankings released Wednesday, March 29, show Orange County residents are among the healthiest Californians, while those living in Riverside, Los Angeles and especially San Bernardino counties aren't faring nearly as well.San Mateo County, whose 765,000 residents live on the San Francisco Peninsula between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean, are the state's healthiest, while Modoc County, population 8,800, in the state's rural northeast corner ranked…
  4. N.W.A., Vin Scully to be preserved by Library of Congress

    Cbs8.com - California (CA) 03.29 / 08:21 cbs8.com
    A pioneering Los Angeles rap group and an L.A. broadcasting legend are among this year's additions to the prestigious National Recording…
  5. Free hazardous waste drop-off set for April 8 in Citrus Heights

    Got some household chemicals or other hazardous waste you think might not be good to put in the trash or down the sink? On April 8, Citrus Heights residents will have the first of three opportunities in 2017 to dispose of hazardous items like paint, cleaning supplies, vehicle batteries and fluorescent light bulbs, at a free "Household Hazardous Waste drop-off" event behind Sunrise Mall... The post Free hazardous waste drop-off set for April 8 in Citrus Heights appeared first on Citrus…
  6. Local business and community leaders to act as Principals for the day at SAUSD schools on Friday

    Newsantaana.com - Santa Ana 03.29 / 08:20 newsantaana.com
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 27, 2017 Contact: Deidra Powell, Chief Communications Officer, (714) 558-5555 office, (714) 673-4995 mobile 56 OC Business and Community Leaders to Experience a Day in the life of a Principal during SAUSD’s Principal for a Day Program The Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) will host “Principal for a Day” to provide members of the [&#…
  7. Torrance debating ban of refinery chemical

    Abc7.com - Los Angeles 03.29 / 08:19 abc7.com
    A heated city council meeting in Torrance looked at the issue of whether to ban a dangerous chemical in use at the local…
  8. U-shaped skyscraper would change Manhattan skyline

    Abc7.com - Los Angeles 03.29 / 08:19 abc7.com
    A New York architectural firm designed what it's calling the world's longest skyscraper - a tall, dual-tower structure that connects at the top, making an upside-down "U"…
  1. Trump’s climate rollback raises deep questions about our promises to the rest of the world

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 03.29 / 08:59 growingdenver.com
    By Chris Mooney, The Washington Post President Donald Trump’s executive order rolling back Obama’s signature global warming measure stopped short of withdrawing from the historic Paris climate accord – but already raised international concerns Tuesday about whether the U.S. will now do its share to fight the global threat. Europe’s top climate official, European commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete, expressed “regret” about President Trump’s executive order rolling back …
  2. Questions, answers about funding threats to sanctuary cities

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 03.29 / 08:59 growingdenver.com
    By Sadie Gurman and Alicia A. Caldwell, The Associated Press WASHINGTON – The Trump administration is issuing a fresh threat to withhold or revoke law enforcement grant money from communities that refuse to cooperate with federal efforts to find and deport immigrants in the country illegally. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ announcement Monday combined two issues at the fore of the promised crackdown on so-called sanctuary cities. He said the Justice Department would deny money to c…
  3. Getting cooking: How to confit

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 03.29 / 08:59 growingdenver.com
    To confit French cooks confit — cook very, very slowly in a bucket of fat — a lot more than just duck legs, the one food we think of as confit. (It is both a verb and a noun; the second syllable is pronounced “fee”; the word means “conserved.”) Plus, they confit with sacks of sugar, too, so you’ll see on French grocery shelves confits of various fruits, as well as other fat confits of different vegetables, garlic and onion, ... The post Getting cooking: How to confit appeared first on…
  4. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kvnf.org - Colorado (CO) 03.29 / 08:32 kvnf.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  5. South Carolina coach Frank Martin floored by image

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 03.29 / 07:51 growingdenver.com
    COLUMBIA, S.C.— South Carolina coach Frank Martin believes he’s the same straight-forward, open book he has always been, although perceptions of him have changed with the Gamecocks’ run to the Final Four. “How the stories have changed that I’m a yeller and a screamer to that I’m a passionate man — I find that very comical,” Martin said Tuesday. It has been quite a ride — alternately difficult, amusing and frustrating — for Martin in his five seasons with the ... The …
  6. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 03.29 / 07:21 kawc.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  7. Jusuf Nurkic dominant against old team as Blazers deal crippling blow to Nuggets’ playoff hopes

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 03.29 / 06:39 growingdenver.com
    PORTLAND, Ore. — Terry Stotts had no interest in cautioning Jusuf Nurkic to temper his emotions as the center prepared to face his old team Tuesday night. “I’m not one to calm players down,” the Portland Trail Blazers coach said. “I like them playing with energy.” The Nuggets shipped Nurkic to Portland six weeks ago to begin building their future around center Nikola Jokic. Nurkic responded by striking a crippling blow to Denver’s fading playoff hopes. Nurkic had 33 points ... T…
  8. Jhabvala vs. Kiz: Is the Raiders heading to Las Vegas a good thing?

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 03.29 / 06:39 growingdenver.com
    Are you ready for a Broncos road trip in Las Vegas? Kiz: Duh Rai-duhs are going to Vegas. OK, they’ve not moving to the City of Sin until their new home is built. Until then, franchise owner Mark Davis has the nerve to ask die-hard fans to support him in Oakland. After years of being the worst team in the AFC West, the Raiders are leaving when they finally get good. That stinks. Jhabvala: Stinks indeed. Oakland was one of ... The post Jhabvala vs. Kiz: Is the Raiders heading to Las…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 03.29 / 08:56 wnpr.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. Police: Expect Heavy Traffic As Connecticut's First Golden Corral Opens

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — As Connecticut's first Golden Corral prepares to open Thursday for hungry patrons, be prepared for gridlock on the roads as well as at the restaurant's buffet. Even the Milford police issued a warning for Thursday, which is grand opening day for the hugely popular ch…
  3. The Tiny Miracles Foundation Plans Annual Gala In Westport

    DARIEN, Conn. -- The Tiny Miracles Foundation will hold its 12th annual gala – “America’s Got Preemies” – at The Inn at Longshore in Westport on Saturday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m. This year’s Gala is being co-chaired by Michelle Hogue (Westport) and Grace Duplinsky (Milford). The event will honor Le…
  4. Danbury Middle Schoolers Learn ABCs Of Careers: CSI To City Hall To Cooking

    DANBURY, Conn. -- It's never too early for kids to look at their career options. A whopping 50 choices were presented in a career fair March 22 at Rogers Park Middle School in Danbury as the students attended presentations by professionals instead of classes.The professionals who presented …
  5. Police: Expect Heavy Traffic As Connecticut's First Golden Corral Opens

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — As Connecticut's first Golden Corral prepares to open Thursday for hungry patrons, be prepared for gridlock on the roads as well as at the restaurant's buffet. Even the Milford police issued a warning for Thursday, which is grand opening day for the hugely popular ch…
  6. The Tiny Miracles Foundation Plans Annual Gala In Westport

    DARIEN, Conn. -- The Tiny Miracles Foundation will hold its 12th annual gala – “America’s Got Preemies” – at The Inn at Longshore in Westport on Saturday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m. This year’s Gala is being co-chaired by Michelle Hogue (Westport) and Grace Duplinsky (Milford). The event will honor Le…
  7. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 03.29 / 07:47 wnpr.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  8. Stanley E. Dabrowski

    Stanley E. Dabrowski, 92, passed away on Monday, March 27, 2017, at St. Mary Home, West Hartford. He was predeceased in 2013 by his wife of 62 years, Wanda (Stolarun) Dabrowski. A lifelong resident…
  1. Stephen Curry has found his MVP form, and that should scare the rest of the NBA

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 08:54 wgmd.com
    In the immediate aftermath of Kevin Durant spraining the MCL in his left knee on Feb. 28, the Golden State Warriors lost four of six games. You might have heard about it. Without Durant, the Warriors’ offense became constipated — nothing like the trendsetting pace-and-space unit we had come to expect over the last three…
  2. Fallon, Colbert virtually tied in late night war

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 08:54 wgmd.com
    It’s official, according to recent Nielsen ratings, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert are essentially neck-and-neck in the late night ratings war, with Colbert most-recently edging out Fallon by a slim margin for the eighth week in a row.  Over the past several months, Fallon’s “Tonight Show” ratings have been falling as fast as Colbert’s “Late…
  3. Bizarre stunt at Auschwitz carried out by anti-war activists

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 08:54 wgmd.com
    WARSAW, Poland –  A Polish prosecutor says that 11 people who slaughtered a sheep at Auschwitz last week, stripped naked and chained themselves together were peace activists protesting wars across the world. The bizarre stunt at the former Nazi German death camp, which also involved unfurling a banner with the word “Love,” occurred Friday by…
  4. European Stocks Inch Higher as Brexit Divorce Process Set to Begin

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 08:54 wgmd.com
    European shares edged higher on Wednesday as Britain was set to formally trigger divorce proceedings with the European Union it joined in 1973. Continue Reading Below The pan-European STOXX 600 index was 0.2 percent higher by 0820 GMT, with modest gains driven by broker upgrades and results. Markets were muted as investors awaited details on…
  5. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Delawarepublic.org - Dover 03.29 / 08:31 delawarepublic.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  6. The Latest: UK envoy gears up to hand over Brexit letter

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 07:45 wgmd.com
    LONDON –  The Latest on Brexit (all times local): 8 a.m. Britain’s European Union envoy has arrived at his office in Brussels for a meeting, hours ahead of triggering Brexit. Tim Barrow has been in Brussels since Tuesday and he is taking part in a routine meeting of ambassadors on Wednesday morning. Barrow will later…
  7. Clippers still smarting from loss as Wizards visit (Mar 29, 2017)

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 07:45 wgmd.com
    LOS ANGELES — Clippers coach Doc Rivers called Los Angeles’ defeat to the Sacramento Kings on Sunday one of his worst regular-season setbacks. “Oh, that was a hard loss,” Rivers told Clippers.com on Tuesday. “But again, I’ve had a lot of them. I’ve had a lot of great wins and I’ve had a lot of…
  8. Vin Scully on opening day: 'I'll probably have things to do'

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 03.29 / 07:45 wgmd.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) On Monday, the Dodgers will play their first opening day since 1950 without Vin Scully calling their games. He won’t be in the stands. He won’t make a point of watching on TV, either. ”It’s a day game. I’ll probably have things to do,” the famed 89-year-old announcer told The Associated Press from…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 03.29 / 09:00 news.wfsu.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wuwf.org - Florida (FL) 03.29 / 08:57 wuwf.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  3. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wqcs.org - Florida (FL) 03.29 / 08:57 wqcs.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  4. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wlrn.org - Miami 03.29 / 08:55 wlrn.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  5. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wlrn.org - Miami 03.29 / 08:55 wlrn.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  6. Florida Gas Prices Up For Tourist Season

    Naplesherald.com - Florida (FL) 03.29 / 08:53 naplesherald.com
    Fuel prices continue to hold steady as the spring begins, reports the American Automobile Association. Nationwide gas prices made little movement, with the national average at $2.29 per gallon on Monday. Fuel prices have remained virtually flat since February. That’s not necessarily the case in Florida, though. Prices in Florida rose three cents this week […
  7. SA Ayala’s Motion Denied, SA Brad King to Prosecute the Loyd Case

    Naplesherald.com - Florida (FL) 03.29 / 08:53 naplesherald.com
    Having filed a motion to stay the Markeith Loyd case pending a decision regarding the legality of the governor’s executive order,  Orange-Osceola State Attorney, Aramis Ayala, appeared before the court on Tuesday to present her position. “The governor’s order is unlawful, that it doesn’t have a valid basis, that it’s not constitutional and it doesn’t have bearings. Specific […]…
  8. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 03.29 / 07:51 news.wfsu.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  1. Head of Trump-Russia probe under fire, won't step down

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 03.29 / 08:57 wtoc.com
    The chairman of the House intelligence committee is refusing to step away from its investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, as fresh political allegations brought new cries of protest from…
  2. Americus runner prepares for her fifth Boston Marathon

    Walb.com - Georgia 03.29 / 08:16 walb.com
    Americus runner Charlene Pennymon is getting ready for yet another exciting adventure in Boston. Pennymon is preparing to run in her fifth consecutive Boston…
  3. Undercover videos of fetal tissue talks spur felony charges

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 03.29 / 07:48 wtoc.com
    Two anti-abortion activists who secretly recorded Planned Parenthood conversations about fetal tissue must each face more than a dozen felony…
  4. UK set to file for EU divorce, triggering 2 years to Brexit

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 03.29 / 06:36 wtoc.com
    Britain is set to formally file for divorce from the European Union, ending a 44-year relationship following the decision made by U.K. voters in a referendum nine months…
  5. Junior Tab Run is April 29 at City Park

    Griffindailynews.com - Georgia 03.29 / 05:54 griffindailynews.com
    The Southside Riders Association’s annual Junior Tab Run and Public Safety Expo will be Saturday, April 29 at City P…
  6. Hospital Exploring Post to hold open house

    Griffindailynews.com - Georgia 03.29 / 05:54 griffindailynews.com
    Flint River Council Boy Scouts of America and WellStar Spalding Regional Hospital are partnering to create Hospital Exploring Post…
  7. Dispute ends in arrest of both parties involved

    Griffindailynews.com - Georgia 03.29 / 05:54 griffindailynews.com
    A domestic dispute at a residence on Thompson Street, to which the Griffin Police Department (GPD) responded on Thursday at about 7:15 p.m., ended with both parties being…
  8. Cleveland child airlifted for injuries after White County wreck

    Accessnorthga.com - Georgia (GA) 03.29 / 05:21 accessnorthga.com
    A 10-year-old Cleveland boy was listed in serious but stable condition at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Tuesday night after a morning wreck south of…
  1. Family: Dog fatally shot by Securitas Officer at Honolulu International Airport

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 03.29 / 08:26 hawaiinewsnow.com
    An investigation is underway for an incident that happened Tuesday night at the Honolulu International…
  2. Lawmakers push green energy plans despite Trump's executive order

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 03.29 / 08:26 hawaiinewsnow.com
    President Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday that rolls back environmental and pollution regulations established by his predecessor. In Hawaii, however, proposals aimed…
  3. Dempsey, Pulisic star again as U.S. ties Panama

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 03.29 / 08:16 staradvertiser.com
    PANAMA CITY >> Christian Pulisic was sent tumbling to the ground early on. The 18-year-old phenom bounced back up, and so did the United…
  4. House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 03.29 / 08:16 staradvertiser.com
    WASHINGTON >> Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation that would kill an online privacy regulation, a move that could eventually allow internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their…
  5. Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 03.29 / 08:16 staradvertiser.com
    WASHINGTON >> Jared Kushner has been a power player able to avoid much of the harsh scrutiny that comes with working in the White House. But this week he’s found that even the president’s son-in-law takes his turn in the…
  6. Saudi Arabia’s first Comic Con defies killjoy image

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 03.29 / 08:16 staradvertiser.com
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates >> Monster trucks, hip-hop dancing and Game of Thrones all have one surprising thing in common now: Saudi…
  7. U.S. judge to hear Hawaii arguments on longer block to travel ban

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 03.29 / 08:16 staradvertiser.com
    HONOLULU >> A federal judge in Hawaii who temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban planned to hear arguments Wednesday on whether to extend his order until the state’s lawsuit works its way through the…
  8. UK set to file for EU divorce, triggering 2 years to Brexit

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 03.29 / 07:15 hawaiinewsnow.com
    Britain is set to formally file for divorce from the European Union, ending a 44-year relationship following the decision made by U.K. voters in a referendum nine months…
  1. Public Records

    Dnews.com - Idaho 03.29 / 08:16 dnews.com
    PULLMAN POLICEMonday2:02 a.m. - A noise complaint was made on the 1900 block of Northeast Terre View Drive.4:45 a.m. - A woman reported hearing a…
  2. Cyanide device on US land broke policy

    Dnews.com - Idaho 03.29 / 08:16 dnews.com
    BOISE - A cyanide device for killing coyotes that spewed poison on a boy and killed his dog was set up on public land in…
  3. Colorful world of art and education

    Dnews.com - Idaho 03.29 / 08:16 dnews.com
    Glittering rectangles, circles and strips of glass in myriad colors created a rainbow of creative options for a class of third-grade artists Tuesday at the…
  4. Get Out and Do It: Your three-day forecast

    Dnews.com - Idaho 03.29 / 08:16 dnews.com
    TODAY 3.29Palouse Pathways: Opening Doors to College and Career Opportunities - noon-1 p.m. Fiske Room, 1912 Center, 412 E. Third St., Moscow. A public-invited…
  5. Back Issues

    Dnews.com - Idaho 03.29 / 08:16 dnews.com
    2016 One year ago todayA public restroom city officials would like to construct in downtown Moscow will have a significantly higher-than-anticipated price tag and could…
  6. LUKE’S BEAT: WHY MARCH MADNESS IS SO PERFECT

    Isubengal.com - Pocatello 03.29 / 07:18 isubengal.com
    Lucas Gebhart Sports Editor Every year, millions of Americans fill out what they perceive to be the perfect bracket. After hours of research, which includes... The post LUKE’S BEAT: WHY MARCH MADNESS IS SO PERFECT appeared first on The…
  7. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  8. Wage Deal Averts Threatened Boycott By U.S. Women's Hockey Team

    USA Hockey says it has a pay deal with players on the women's team, averting a threatened boycott of the world championships, which start Friday near Detroit. Before the agreement team captain Meghan Duggan told NPR's All Things Considered that she and her teammates were paid poorly: "USA Hockey pays us, as the women's players, only during a six-month period of time out of the four-year Olympic cycle. During that six months, USA Hockey pays the players $1,000 a month for a six-month…
  1. WJIL-AM goes all talk

    Myjournalcourier.com - Jacksonville 03.29 / 08:30 myjournalcourier.com
    Central Illinois fans of conservative talk radio can now find their favorite political pundits on a familiar station. WJIL-AM 1550 has been transformed into an all-talk format, featuring such well-known conservative voices as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Joe Pags and Dana Loesch. “We introduced the all-talk lineup on March 1 and since then, we have…
  2. Fans can look forward to some major changes in NFL games

    Abcnews.go.com - Chicago 03.29 / 08:20 abcnews.go.com
    NFL fans could see an enhanced flow of play and fewer restrictions on how demonstrative players can be in their jubilation after big…
  3. 3 wounded in city shootings

    Three people were wounded in separate shootings since Tuesday morning, Chicago police said.  In the most recent shooting, a 17-year-old boy was shot on the right side of his body about 10:55 p.m. in The Bush neighborhood on the city's Far South Side, police said. He was standing in the 3300 …
  4. H-F softball, baseball teams get early start

    Hfchronicle.com - Homewood and Flossmoor 03.29 / 06:24 hfchronicle.com
      Shortstop Mya Valadez, a senior, keeps her eye on  the ball during an H-F softball practice. (Provided   photo) You have to get up pretty early in the morning to keep pace with the Homewood-Flossmoor High School girls softball and boys baseball teams.   Early: at about 4 a.m.   As the regular season beckons for both teams, daily they alternate practices at 5 a.m. with traditional after-school times.   The practices, involving more than working on typical softball and baseball skills, incl…
  5. H-F community pitches in to help local domestic violence agency after state funding dries up

    Hfchronicle.com - Homewood and Flossmoor 03.29 / 06:24 hfchronicle.com
      South Suburban Family Shelter officials Vicki Meilach,   left, and Jennifer Gabreyna describe the shelter's   services and thank the community for a surge of   support following state funding cuts. (Photos by   Eric Crump/H-F Chronicle) The state might be failing to provide support for local domestic violence agency South Suburban Family Shelter (SSFS), but the Homewood-Flossmoor community is working to fill the funding gap.On Thursday, March 23, Loulou Belle shop in downtown Homewood hos…
  6. Second provost candidate aims for transparency and collaboration

    Dailyeasternnews.com - Illinois (IL) 03.29 / 06:03 dailyeasternnews.com
    The second provost candidate, Jeffrey P. Bakken, showed his desire for transparency in administration and collaboration during the student and faculty forums. Bakken got his master’s and doctorate in special education from Purdue University. Currently, Bakken is the associate provost for Bradley University. He said he has not worked with a union before. In his […
  7. TV Crews to Film in Lake Forest

    Dailynorthshore.com - Illinois (IL) 03.29 / 06:03 dailynorthshore.com
    LAKE FOREST – Film production crews will be in downtown Lake Forest on Wednesday, March 29 and Friday, March 31 to work on a pilot TV show, prompting the closure... Read…
  8. Chicago Fire fans give a big welcome to Bastian Schweinsteiger

    Cltv.com - Chicago 03.29 / 05:58 cltv.com
    CHICAGO  – It was a scene that looked more like Europe than North America on Tuesday night. With drums beating in rhythm with the chants of fans, the doors for the terminal opened and out walked the soccer player. Fans immediately cheered, took out their phones and reached out with a pen along with an item in hopes of getting an elusive autograph. Swarms of cameras surrounded Bastian Schweinsteiger from the moment he got near the crowd till he was …
  1. Enjoy award-winning doughnuts and locally roasted coffee at Fortville’s Sunrise Bakery

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 03.29 / 08:57 cbs4indy.com
    FORTVILLE, Ind. – Wake up with Sunrise Bakery in Fortville, where you’ll find handmade doughnuts and locally roasted coffee. The bakery at 101 W. Broadway St. in Fortville boasts honors from Yelp and Buzzfeed, which named its doughnuts the best in Indiana. “Sunrise has always been a staple in Fortville,” says Henry Kitterman, who bought the bakery with his family nearly three years ago. “As a family-run business, family meals are one of our main priorities,” Kitterman says. Nearly 20 [̷…
  2. Opiate epidemic helps lead to public defender agency budget shortfalls

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 03.29 / 07:48 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Marion County’s Public Defender Agency is quickly running out of money. Bob Hill, Marion County’s Chief Public Defender says funding for the agency hasn’t kept pace with the increasing caseload. Four different types of cases are stretching his office thin: level 5 and level 6 felonies, “Children in Need of Services” and “Termination of Parental Rights” cases. Parents battling addiction, who are fighting the state in order to keep their kids, are a leading cause fo…
  3. Man going to LGBT event pleads not guilty to weapons charges

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 03.29 / 07:48 cbs4indy.com
    LOS ANGELES (AP) _ An Indiana man who told police he was headed to a gay pride event in California and was found with a loaded assault rifle and chemicals mixed and ready to explode in his car has pleaded not guilty to weapons charges. James Wesley Howell, of Charlestown, Indiana, was also charged Tuesday with possessing a destructive device. His attorney declined to comment. Authorities say Howell was stopped in Santa Monica in July with a loaded AR-15 rifle…
  4. Wild turkey strikes vehicle

    Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN) 03.29 / 06:40 wimsradio.com
    On Tuesday morning the La Porte County Sheriff’s Office responded to an incident on US 20 near Wilhelm Road. Responding deputies found that a black 2016 GMC Yukon traveling westbound on US 20 struck a large wild turkey that was flying across the roadway. The tom turkey broke through the glass and became lodged in the center of the windshield. The vehicle was being driven by John Taraboczhia who was Read m…
  5. Adult dealing drugs on school bus arrested

    Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN) 03.29 / 06:40 wimsradio.com
    On Tuesday afternoon at approximately 3:15 PM police officers were sent to the area of Meadowbrook Boulevard and US 6, which is the entrance to the town of Kingsford Heights, regarding an adult that was on a La Porte Community School Corporation school bus and was reportedly dealing narcotics. A Kingsford Heights deputy marshal was the first to arrive and removed the suspect from the bus. Deputies from the La Read…
  6. LCDTF announces arrest

    Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN) 03.29 / 06:40 wimsradio.com
    The LCDTF (La Porte County Drug Task Force) announced the arrest of 38 year old Jason Anderson, of Michigan City, for Dealing Cocaine a Level 2 Felony, and Dealing Marijuana a Level 5 Felony. The LCDTF began investigating Anderson several months ago after citizen complaints of Anderson’s alleged illegal narcotics sales throughout the Michigan City area. On Friday March 24th, with the assistance of The Michigan City Patrol Shift II, Read m…
  7. A Portage Life in the Spotlight: Amanda Maynard

    Portagelife.com - Indiana (IN) 03.29 / 06:15 portagelife.com
    Amanda Maynard, the Director of Development in Portage, has always loved the sense of community in small towns in Northwest…
  8. 10 Fun Things to Do this Weekend in Northwest Indiana: March 31 - April 2, 2017

    Portagelife.com - Indiana (IN) 03.29 / 06:15 portagelife.com
    We're not FOOLIN' around when we say we have some great events this weekend. Now that the weather is a little friendlier, there are plenty of fun events to put you in the Springtime mood. In East Chicago, the I am HOPE Benefit Concert is sure to put a little hop in your step and in Valparaiso, the Indpendent Cat Society won't be playing a trick on you with their April Fool's Egg Hunt!  There are these and more fun events in this week's 10 Fun Things to do this Weekend in Northwest…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 03.29 / 08:33 kwit.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 03.29 / 08:33 kwit.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  3. Blood Drive Coming to Forest City on April 20th

    Kiow.com - Iowa 03.29 / 08:16 kiow.com
    Only 38 percent of the population is eligible to give blood and of that, less than five percent actually donate. LifeServe Blood Center relies on new donors to step up and contribute to the community blood supply.  Ensuring a stable blood supply throughout the year is only possible when generous, volunteer blood donors roll up …
  4. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Iowapublicradio.org - Iowa (IA) 03.29 / 07:18 iowapublicradio.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  5. Meat and Greet is April 5th

    Kiow.com - Iowa 03.29 / 07:05 kiow.com
    Healthy Harvest (HH) of North Iowa will host a “Meat” and Greet event on Wednesday, April 5 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Opportunity Village, 1200 N 9th St W, Clear Lake. This meeting will allow local restaurants and grocery meat buyers to visit with local meat producers, face to face, to learn about meat production and [&#…
  6. Google, Microsoft, back Iowa constitutional amendment

    Press-citizen.com - Iowa City 03.29 / 06:05 press-citizen.com
    The proposed amendment would protect Iowans against unreasonable searches and seizures of electronic communications and …
  7. Public invited to see prom decorations, grand march

    The Greene County High School class of 2018 will host the junior-senior prom Saturday, April 8, with a theme “A Night in the Big Apple.” The public is invited to view the New York City decorations at the Wild Rose Event Center Saturday, April 8, from 4 to 5 pm. This is free to all … Continue reading Public invited to see prom decorations, grand march …
  8. Grassley Probes Opposition Research Firm Behind Unsubstantiated Trump Dossier

    Kiow.com - Iowa 03.29 / 05:52 kiow.com
    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is requesting information from the political opposition research firm Fusion GPS on the history of the controversial and unsubstantiated dossier compiled for its clients against then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.  The firm was reportedly paid by backers of Trump’s Republican and Democrat opponents during the campaign, and contracted with former [&…
  1. Farmers anxiously await rain amid drought

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 03.29 / 08:31 ksnt.com
    The rain is bringing some much needed relief for farmers who have suffered through a dry…
  2. Jayhawks, Wildcats lose midweek non-conference games

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 03.29 / 08:31 ksnt.com
    Kansas and Kansas State baseball lost their non-conference games on Tuesday…
  3. Woman arrested after 3 die in suspected Oklahoma home invasion

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 03.29 / 08:31 ksnt.com
    “It was determined she had driven these individuals to the house and dropped them off with the intent to burglarize the residence,” Mahoney …
  4. Scholar Athlete of the Week: Areionn Smith

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 03.29 / 08:31 ksnt.com
    Areionn Smith from Highland Park High School is our Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group and Budget…
  5. Remodel bid sparks council debate

    Gbtribune.com - Kansas 03.29 / 07:05 www.gbtribune.com
    HOISINGTON — City Council members were uncertain how to proceed Monday night after they were presented with three bids for the construction and installation of new…
  6. Battle of the Cupcakes attracts hungry decorators

    Kstatecollegian.com - Kansas (KS) 03.29 / 06:07 kstatecollegian.com
    Students channel their inner pastry-decorating skills with the Union Program Council's Battle of the…
  7. Wildcat baseball team falls to Cornhuskers in Nebraska

    Kstatecollegian.com - Kansas (KS) 03.29 / 06:07 kstatecollegian.com
    K-State is now 15-10 overall after an 11-1 loss to…
  8. Wildcat women’s golf team takes 3rd place after difficult final round

    Kstatecollegian.com - Kansas (KS) 03.29 / 06:07 kstatecollegian.com
    Four Wildcat golfers finished in the top…
  1. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Weku.fm - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 08:04 weku.fm
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  2. Hopkinsville Total Solar Eclipse Forum Outlines City Plans, National 'Megamovie' Project

    Wkms.org - Murray 03.29 / 07:47 wkms.org
    Hopkinsville is preparing for 50,000 visitors when the total solar eclipse crosses the U.S. on August 21. The city's Solar Eclipse Marketing and Events Consultant Brooke Jung outlined a range of plans in a community forum Tuesday night. Members of a film project involving Google and University of California Berkeley also visited as part of tour across the nation describing 'The Eclipse Megamovie 2017' project and a need for volunteer…
  3. Fort Campbell soldiers returning after 6 months in Africa

    Wdrb.com - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 07:44 wdrb.com
    Dozens of soldiers who have been serving in Africa are returning to Fort…
  4. UofL to host event to combat street harassment

    Wdrb.com - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 07:44 wdrb.com
    The University of Louisville is hosting an event next month aimed at combating sexual and street…
  5. Art Lander’s Outdoors: With warmer weather, lots of food options, spring turkey season looks promising

    Kyforward.com - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 06:09 kyforward.com
    With Kentucky’s spring wild turkey season on the horizon, the outlook is promising. A number of factors seem to point to better than average hunting conditions and flock status. Hens and gobblers are in excellent body condition after a heavy mast crop last fall, and a mild winter. The AccuWeather forecast for Central Kentucky is […
  6. Gray releases new artist rendering for Town Branch Commons, a ‘game-changer’ for Lexington

    Kyforward.com - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 06:09 kyforward.com
    Lexington Mayor Jim Gray has released new drawings of Town Branch Commons, a park that will wind through downtown and a “game changer” for the city. “We are building a Great American City and Great American Cities have great public spaces,” Gray said. “Town Branch will be a link between our beautiful countryside and our […]…
  7. Rural Blog: McConnell reverses course, supports $1 billion plan to assist struggling coal regions

    Kyforward.com - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 06:09 kyforward.com
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky has signed on to legislation to free up $1 billion in reclamation projects in Eastern Kentucky and other struggling coal regions, a measure he was not willing to endorse last year. “U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers, a Republican whose district includes the state’s eastern coalfield, introduced a similar proposal […
  8. Commentary: Every picture tells a story … and must necessarily raise questions occasionally as well

    Kyforward.com - Kentucky (KY) 03.29 / 04:57 kyforward.com
    By Eli Capilouto Special to KyForward It is a truism that every picture tells a story. Perhaps, it is true as well that every picture must necessarily raise questions: What was the intent of the artist? What is the interplay between intent and the perceptions of divergent and diverse audiences over time and across chasms…
  1. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 03.29 / 08:32 krvs.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  2. Loyola to make free textbooks available for 400

    Ksla.com - Louisiana 03.29 / 08:16 www.ksla.com
    It's a program that could lower costs for as many as 400 incoming students at a major university in New…
  3. Loyola to make free textbooks available for 400

    Loyola University is launching a free textbook program for first-year students who start classes in the fall. In this week's news release announcing the program, Loyola says the aim is to make sure first-year students are prepared and have the tools they need to…
  4. Gov. John Bel Edwards’ idea to tax corporate sales has little support among business groups

    Businessreport.com - Baton Rouge 03.29 / 07:11 businessreport.com
    (Photo by The Associated Press) Weeks ahead of the legislative session that kicks off on April 10—and during which Gov. John Bel Edwards hopes to reform Louisiana’s tax code—the Edwards administration caught policymakers and business groups off guard by floating a new plan that would replace the state’s corporate income tax with a corporate tax on sales.... The post Gov. John Bel Edwards’ idea to tax corporate sales has little support among business groups appeared first on Baton Rouge Busi…
  5. Entrepreneur: Taylor Bennett

    Businessreport.com - Baton Rouge 03.29 / 07:11 businessreport.com
    (Photography by Brian Baiamonte) POSITION CEO COMPANY MESH WHAT THEY DO Strategic marketing and advertising ADDRESS 7924 Wrenwood Blvd., Suite C NEXT GOALS Continue to grow as an accomplished regional agency and evolve ahead of the industry as a trusted business consultant OUT OF THE BOX After spending more than two years with his head buried in engineering studies at... The post Entrepreneur: Taylor Bennett appeared first on Baton Rouge Business Repo…
  6. Cook: Apartments proposed for Juban Crossing

    Businessreport.com - Baton Rouge 03.29 / 07:11 businessreport.com
    Juban Crossing developer Stephen Keller has sold land in his Livingston Parish development to Continental Properties, which plans on building an upscale apartment complex on the site. Creekstone Juban I LLC, represented by Keller, sold the roughly 17.3-acre parcel to Continental 375 Fund LLC for $3.82 million. The site is situated on Crossing Way, directly across... The post Cook: Apartments proposed for Juban Crossing appeared first on Baton Rouge Business …
  7. Ascension’s Government Complex gives a modern look for a growing parish

    Businessreport.com - Baton Rouge 03.29 / 07:11 businessreport.com
    ASCENSION PARISH GOVERNMENTAL COMPLEX 615 E. Worthey Road, Gonzales Photography by Tim Mueller Owner: Ascension Parish Architect: Mougeot Architecture Contractor: SBS Construction Cost: $6.5 million Completed: November 2015 Use: Ascension Parish now has one of the newest, sleekest government office complexes in the Capital Region. Opened in November 2015 on the site of a former... The post Ascension’s Government Complex gives a modern look for a growing parish appeared first on Baton…
  8. What to do when you’re not making connections at networking events

    Businessreport.com - Baton Rouge 03.29 / 05:58 businessreport.com
    Learning how to network effectively can be incredibly beneficial when it comes to advancing your career. But if you’re approaching networking events with the wrong expectations—or if the thought of approaching strangers intimidates you—you likely are not building relationships that will lead to future business success. If you’re leaving networking events feeling disappointed, here’s some... The post What to do when you’re not making connections at networking events appeared first on B…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 03.29 / 08:36 news.mpbn.net
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 03.29 / 08:36 news.mpbn.net
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  3. Scientists are naming locations on Mars after iconic Maine towns, landmarks

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 03.29 / 05:52 bangordailynews.com
    Ogunquit Beach, Cape Elizabeth, Rockport, Isleboro, Isle au Haut and Mt. Katahdin are all locations in Maine -- and now on…
  4. Wage Deal Averts Threatened Boycott By U.S. Women's Hockey Team

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 03.29 / 05:00 news.mpbn.net
    USA Hockey says it has a pay deal with players on the women's team, averting a threatened boycott of the world championships, which start Friday near Detroit. Before the agreement team captain Meghan Duggan told NPR's All Things Considered that she and her teammates were paid poorly: "USA Hockey pays us, as the women's players, only during a six-month period of time out of the four-year Olympic cycle. During that six months, USA Hockey pays the players $1,000 a month for a six-month…
  5. World War I

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 03.29 / 05:00 news.mpbn.net
    The Centennial of World War I: April 6 marks the centennial of the United States' entry into The Great War. The parallels between then and now, in terms of political issues, rhetoric and dialogue, are striking. We’ll hear from historians about the War to End All Wars and why this poorly understood war has great relevance to today’s world. Guests: Richard Rubin , contributes regularly to: The Atlantic , The New York Times , The New Yorker and AARP Magazine . He is the author of two previous …
  6. No charges to be filed against Livermore Falls officer in fatal crash

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 03.29 / 03:17 www.sunjournal.com
    LIVERMORE FALLS — State prosecutors will not seek charges against a local police officer involved in a fatal collision with a pedestrian. Officer Troy Reed was driving a police cruiser Oct. 28, 2016, when Joseph Slaver Jr., 23, of Livermore Falls ran into the road and collided with…
  7. Livermore Falls man described as caring, loving

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 03.29 / 03:17 www.sunjournal.com
    FARMINGTON — When Charlene Slaver sang a childhood song to her critically injured son, Joey, as he was lying in a bed at a Lewiston hospital, she said, he squeezed her hand. Joseph Slaver Jr., 23, of Livermore Falls incurred multiple blunt-force injuries as a result of a collision…
  8. Street Talk: History repeats itself

    Sunjournal.com - Maine 03.29 / 03:17 www.sunjournal.com
    You must forgive my disheveled appearance this morning. The uncombed hair, the week's worth of beard, that distinct man scent that follows the terminally unwashed ... I'm just back from vacation, you understand, and I've been on a bender. Not the old-style bender, mind you —…
  1. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 03.29 / 07:24 wypr.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  2. Senate Dems push bills in time to override likely vetoes

    Cecildaily.com - Elkton 03.29 / 05:57 cecildaily.com
    ANNAPOLIS — Democrats in the Maryland Senate on Tuesday passed several pieces of legislation that are largely opposed by Gov. Larry Hogan, most notably a bill that would regulate the parameters for school evaluations and another that would require t…
  3. Ocean City inks deal with firefighter/EMS union

    (March 24, 2017) The Town of Ocean City and Local 4269 of the International Association of Fire Fighters now have a formal deal. Although the city and the union agreed to terms earlier this month, the three-year agreement did not become official until Monday night, when representatives of both parties signed the new contract. But just because the ink is on the document, it doesn’t mean the union has to like …
  4. Wage Deal Averts Threatened Boycott By U.S. Women's Hockey Team

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 03.29 / 04:58 wypr.org
    USA Hockey says it has a pay deal with players on the women's team, averting a threatened boycott of the world championships, which start Friday near Detroit. Before the agreement team captain Meghan Duggan told NPR's All Things Considered that she and her teammates were paid poorly: "USA Hockey pays us, as the women's players, only during a six-month period of time out of the four-year Olympic cycle. During that six months, USA Hockey pays the players $1,000 a month for a six-month…
  5. Study: Anne Arundel had 3rd most overdose deaths in Maryland from 2013-2015

    Anne Arundel County saw the third most deaths caused by drug overdoses in Maryland from 2013 to 2015, outpacing more populated counties by a significant margin, according to a study released Wednesday morning. Authored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin…
  6. Police: Md. High School Student’s Diary Reveals Mass Shooting Plot

    Police uncovered a shotgun with ammunimation, fireworks, and an aresenal of other materials for making bombs at a Maryland teen's home in…
  7. Trump Administration Pushed to Speak Out Against Hate Crimes

    A civil rights group sent a letter to the U.S. attorney saying more reports of hate crimes is directly correlated to the Trump Administration because of the divisive language used on the campaign…
  8. Duck calls to furniture: Artist finds joy in creating

    Delmarvanow.com - Salisbury 03.29 / 03:32 delmarvanow.com
    Easter Decoy & Art Festival exhibitor Dale Spilker combines a love of art with his trade of fabricating and…
  1. Questions, answers about funding threats to sanctuary cities

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 03.29 / 09:02 westernmassnews.com
    Questions and answers about "sanctuary cities," federal funding threats and whether law enforcement agencies are supposed to communicate when a person in the country illegally is…
  2. Victim seriously injured after shooting in Springfield

    Wwlp.com - Massachusetts 03.29 / 08:17 wwlp.com
    Police are investigating a shooting that happened late Tuesday night on Johnson Street in…
  3. Massachusetts man questioned in deadly crime spree

    Wwlp.com - Massachusetts 03.29 / 08:17 wwlp.com
    Police think a suspect connected to the murder of a pizza driver, committed another violent crime the same…
  4. Attorney, judge argue at Aaron Hernandez trial

    Bostonherald.com - Massachusetts 03.29 / 08:17 bostonherald.com
    The high-powered attorney defending Aaron Hernandez against a double-homicide rap challenged the fallen NFL star’s trial judge to settle their differences behind closed doors yesterday as the defense cried foul for a second straight day that they are being humiliated in front of the jury.“If you want to take me into your office and rip me a new one, by all means do so, but not in front of this jury and not when this man’s life is on the line,” attorney Jose Baez thundered at Suffolk Superio…
  5. N.W.A., Vin Scully to be preserved by Library of Congress

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 03.29 / 07:53 westernmassnews.com
    A pioneering Los Angeles rap group and an L.A. broadcasting legend are among this year's additions to the prestigious National Recording…
  6. AP FACT CHECK: Trump no factor in Social Security increase

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 03.29 / 07:53 westernmassnews.com
    Reports saying that President Donald Trump's action is behind an increase in Social Security benefits don't accurately portray how the retirement system…
  7. House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 03.29 / 07:53 westernmassnews.com
    Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation that would kill online privacy regulations, a move that could eventually allow internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their…
  8. Judge approves release of jailed Seattle-area 'dreamer'

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 03.29 / 07:53 westernmassnews.com
    An immigration judge says a Mexican man arrested despite participating in a program designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children can be released from custody pending deportation…
  1. GRPD: Responds to shots fired; 1 man found dead

    Woodtv.com - Grand Rapids 03.29 / 08:21 woodtv.com
    Grand Rapids Police are investigating the death of a 52-year-old man near a home on Putnam…
  2. Kero Shines as Pioneers Retain Gibson Cup – Wednesday Sports Wrap

    Keweenawreport.com - Michigan (MI) 03.29 / 08:00 keweenawreport.com
    Click on the bold scores for more details. Gibson Cup The Portage Lake Pioneers scored four goals in the third period, and came from behind to defeat the Calumet Wolverines 7-4 in the deciding game of the Gibson Cup series last night. The Wolverines were up 1-0 after the first period, and 4-3 after the … The post Kero Shines as Pioneers Retain Gibson Cup – Wednesday Sports Wrap appeared first on Keweenaw…
  3. Deal Reached By City, Owners To Demolish Pontiac Silverdome

    Detroit.cbslocal.com - Michigan 03.29 / 05:53 detroit.cbslocal.com
    The city of Pontiac ended up in court fighting the owners over building, safety and zoning…
  4. New Distillery, Other Openings

    Traverseticker.com - Michigan (MI) 03.29 / 05:15 traverseticker.com
    A new grain-to-glass distillery and tasting room is set to open in Elk Rapids. Ethanology Distillation, providing locally-sourced spirits, will open at 127 Ames St. near Kolu’s restaurant and Blue Heron Gallery by early June. Spirits are made in small batches, and 100 percent of the ingredients come from northern Michigan farms, says Nicholas Lefebre, Ethanology’s founder and owner. “If we can’t source it in northern Michigan, we won’t distil it,” he says. Due to the small capacity …
  5. Climate Change Panel Discussion Slated

    Traverseticker.com - Michigan (MI) 03.29 / 05:15 traverseticker.com
    On Wed., April 12, Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) will present "Saving Our Home: A Conversation About Climate, Energy and Economic Opportunity" at the State Theatre in Traverse City. Seth Bernard will moderate a film and a panel discussion with area leaders discussing climate change and its impact on local businesses, agriculture, sports, natural resources, tourism and health. The panel will include: Jim MacInnes, president, Crystal Mountain Resort; Nikki Rothwell, center coordinator, …
  6. Linenger To Introduce Special Hidden Figures Showing

    Traverseticker.com - Michigan (MI) 03.29 / 05:15 traverseticker.com
    Michael’s Place, northern Michigan’s only non-profit grief support center, will host special viewing of the Academy Award-nominated film "Hidden Figures" on Friday, April 21 at 7pm at the State Theater. The film will be shown as part of Michael’s Place’s 8th annual "A Night at the Movies" fundraiser. Retired NASA astronaut and northern Michigan resident Capt. Jerry Linenger will introduce the film and provide a firsthand account of his own space travels. “Michael’s Place is grateful…
  7. Mothers push for Child Abuse Registry in Michigan

    Fox17online.com - Michigan 03.29 / 04:40 fox17online.com
    LANSING, Mich– Three mothers spoke before lawmakers in Lansing on Tuesday, after their children were abused. The women are pushing for the creation of a Child Abuse Registry, similar to the Sex Offender Registry in Michigan. The series of bills, known as “Wyatt’s Law” would lead to that registry’s creation, along with enforcement and punishment for convicted criminals who don’t register for it. The bills are named after Erica Hammel’s son, Wyatt,…
  8. Residents concerned about proposed dune development in Saugatuck Twp

    Fox17online.com - Michigan 03.29 / 04:40 fox17online.com
    SAUGATUCK TWP, Mich. — Discussions to build a private marina and condos on pristine duneland along Lake Michigan was a big ticket item on Tuesday’s planning commission meeting in Saugatuck Township, drawing in a full house. The company at the center of it is Cottage Homes, which purchased the Denison property last year from Singapore Dunes. The land was once in the works for a controversial development lead by multi-millionaire Aubrey McClendon, who died last year. The plans…
  1. Bethlehem Academy golfers go into spring season with a lot of new faces

    Southernminn.com - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:40 southernminn.com
    The Bethlehem Academy golf team heads into the spring season facing more roster turnover than one would…
  2. Increased numbers have Falcons feeling good as season begins

    Southernminn.com - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:40 southernminn.com
    Numbers aren’t everything, but for a program still trying to re-establish itself, the extra players are quite w…
  3. Cannon Valley Special Education Cooperative approves its own staff agreement

    Southernminn.com - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:40 southernminn.com
    In its first year, the Cannon Valley Special Education Cooperative approved a two-year draft agreement for licensed staff…
  4. A day in the life of enforcement: Inspectors, officers work together to ensure Crime-Free Multi-Housing compliance

    Southernminn.com - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:40 southernminn.com
    For the city of Faribault's Crime-Free Multi-Housing program to function correctly, the city's building inspectors and members of the police department have to work…
  5. McBroom embracing challenge of being 'the man' for Bucs this year

    Southernminn.com - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:40 southernminn.com
    Maybe more than any other team sport, baseball invites players to be The…
  6. Minnesota farm incomes rise slightly in 2016 amid low prices

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota farm incomes marginally improved in 2016, but more than 30 percent of the state's farmers were in the red last year amid the third straight year of declining commodity prices, according to a r…
  7. IQ2 debate: Is Universal Basic Income the safety net of the future?

    Blogs.mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:02 blogs.mprnews.org
    What if the government gave everyone a $600 check every month as a base level of income? Would it combat poverty and help workers in an ever-changing economy? Or would it take away the incentive to work? The debate motion is: "A Universal Basic Income is the safety net of the…
  8. USA Hockey, women's players reach agreement to avoid boycott

    Blogs.mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 03.29 / 08:02 blogs.mprnews.org
    USA Hockey announced the agreement Tuesday…
  1. Mississippi residents sentenced in health care case

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 03.29 / 07:46 wjtv.com
    HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Two Mississippi residents have been sentenced to prison terms for their role in a health care fraud case. Acting U…
  2. Journalist Wilson ‘Bill’ Minor dies; covered civil rights

    By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Wilson F. “Bill” Minor, a journalist who chronicled Mississippi through almost 70 years of change including its turbulent struggle over civil rights, died Tuesday at his home in Jackson. He was 94. Deborah Ashcraft of Lakewood Funeral Home in Jackson confirmed Minor’s death. Minor was a native […
  3. Police reports say student pilot crashed plane on purpose

    EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Police say the student pilot of a small plane that crashed near the Connecticut headquarters of military jet engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney fought his instructor and probably crashed deliberately. The student died in the October crash. The instructor was injured. East Hartford police reports disclosed Tuesday support media stories […
  4. 6 hurt in accident involving ambulance, 2 other vehicles

    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Six people were injured in an accident involving an ambulance and two other vehicles on Interstate 55 in Jackson. Jackson news outlets report the accident happened Tuesday afternoon in the northbound lanes of the interstate. The cause of the accident was not immediately known. WLBT-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2nJk9Os ) that three of…
  5. Execution statue, with firing squad, heads to Miss. governor

    By SARAH SMITH and JEFF AMY JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Lawmakers want Mississippi to change how it handles executions, with changes meant to overcome legal challenges to execution drugs, and possibly allow the state to use electrocution and the firing squad as death penalty methods. The Senate agreed on Tuesday to changes to HB 638, […
  6. Bill Minor remembered as model for journalists

    Veteran journalist died Tuesday after covering Mississippi for seven…
  7. Local MPP MacLaren in trouble again

    Millstonenews.com - Mississippi 03.29 / 02:04 millstonenews.com
    Jack MacLaren, the Progressive Conservative MPP for Carleton–Mississippi Mills, is being lambasted in the press and by his own party leader after saying that a proposed ‘zero-tolerance’ policy on sexual abuse by medical professionals “goes overboard and will be extraordinarily hard—overly harsh—on doctors.” MacLaren made the remarks during debate on amendments to Ontario’s Regulated Health Professions Act. The CBC […]…
  8. Domestic abuse divorce bill moves ahead

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 03.29 / 00:19 wjtv.com
    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A bill defining domestic violence in is on its way to the governor’s desk. Senate Bill 2680 is the first time dom…
  1. Missouri becomes 28th right-to-work state

    Oklahoma.watchdog.org - Missouri (MO) 03.29 / 08:38 oklahoma.watchdog.org
    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens signed right-to-work legislation Thursday, making the state the 28th to enact laws that prevent workers from having to join a union to get or keep a job. The Republican, who took office last month, had pledged to sign right-to-work as a campaign promise. His predecessor, Democrat Jay Nixon, vetoed a bill…
  2. Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Jared Kushner has been able to avoid much of the harsh scrutiny that comes with working in the White House. But this week he's found that even the president's son-in-law takes his turn in the s…
  3. Troll for the 'lulz'? A target of online abuse isn't amused

    One morning near the end of her long-shot congressional campaign, 25-year-old Erin Schrode rolled over in bed, reflexively checked her cellphone — and burst into t…
  4. Troll for the 'lulz'? A target of online abuse isn't amused

    One morning near the end of her long-shot congressional campaign, 25-year-old Erin Schrode rolled over in bed, reflexively checked her cellphone — and burst into t…
  5. USA Hockey, women reach agreement; seek growth for sport

    While the impending start of the world championships created urgency for USA Hockey and the women's national team to hammer out a deal, the agreement had everything to do with tournaments over the next four years and…
  6. US judge to hear arguments on longer block to travel ban

    HONOLULU (AP) — A federal judge in Hawaii who temporarily blocked President Donald Trump's revised travel ban planned to hear arguments Wednesday on whether to extend his order until the state's lawsuit works its way through the c…
  7. Prep phenom Porter Jr. eager to team up with dad at Missouri

    Michael Porter Jr. is aware of the skepticism surrounding the heralded forward's decision to play at Missouri, a struggling program that is hiring his father as an assistant…
  8. Local reaction to lawmakers axing FCC privacy law

    Komu.com - Missouri (MO) 03.29 / 07:21 komu.com
    COLUMBIA - The U.S. House voted to repeal a set of Obama-era consumer protection rules Tuesday. The move lets Internet providers collect and sell peoples' personal information, web habits, location information, and health data.The original bill, expanded privacy rules and was adopted at the end of President Obama's last term.The House debated and voted to get rid of the protection rules by a margin of 10. The Senate approved the measure last week. Now all it needs is President Trump's…
  1. Help Wanted

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 03.29 / 06:04 flatheadbeacon.com
    Summer. Even though the snow hasn’t quite yet melted from the valley and spring has yet to fully bloom, the summer season is already on the lips and minds of... more The post Help Wanted appeared first on Flathead…
  2. Now Hiring

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 03.29 / 06:04 flatheadbeacon.com
    Arguably more than ever before, and certainly more than most places, the Flathead Valley is now hiring. Job postings are piling up as broad economic growth continues to swell and... more The post Now Hiring appeared first on Flathead…
  3. Building Programs to Boost Local Jobs

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 03.29 / 06:04 flatheadbeacon.com
    Michael Thompson’s father couldn’t figure why the safety mechanism on his .38 Special was sticking. A dutiful son, Thompson took the handgun to his firearms course at Flathead Valley Community... more The post Building Programs to Boost Local Jobs appeared first on Flathead Bea…
  4. Who are the Job Hunters?

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 03.29 / 06:04 flatheadbeacon.com
    With the recession in the rearview mirror, the attention is now on the Flathead Valley’s dynamic economic landscape and building toward the future. Many of the valley’s stalwart natural-resource industries,... more The post Who are the Job Hunters? appeared first on Flathead Bea…
  5. Top Jobs: Employment Projections in Montana

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 03.29 / 06:04 flatheadbeacon.com
    Living in Montana, especially the northwest corner, is a dream for many. And while the mountains and rivers make it an easy dream to ponder, the logistics of making that... more The post Top Jobs: Employment Projections in Montana appeared first on Flathead…
  6. MCPS ballot will include general fund levy, but maybe not trustee candidates

    Missoulian.com - Montana 03.29 / 03:18 missoulian.com
    While voters will receive mail-in ballots for a Missoula County Public Schools election, they might not be voting for new board trustees unless someone files as a write-in candidate by Thursday. A general fund levy for the elementary district…
  7. Examining Childhood Anxiety Seminar @ The Good Food Store

    930kmpt.com - Missoula 03.29 / 02:08 930kmpt.com
    The more you know, the more you can help your child! Continue…
  8. Here's What's Goin' Down In Missoula This Saturday

    930kmpt.com - Missoula 03.29 / 02:08 930kmpt.com
    No this isn't a joke! It's all happening this Saturday! Continue…
  1. Fun, Festive Ideas to Sweeten Easter Celebrations

    Enterprisepub.com-NE 03.29 / 08:17 www.enterprisepub.com
    (StatePoint) Spring is here, which means it’s time for throwing memorable celebrations for friends and family. Whether you are hosting an Easter brunch or attending a spring picnic, you can make these occasions unforgettable with a few fun and f…
  2. 5 Helpful Hints for a Clean and Clutter-Free Home

    Enterprisepub.com-NE 03.29 / 08:17 www.enterprisepub.com
    (StatePoint) Papers piling up? Toys taking over? If your home is more cluttered than clean, you’re not alone -- 85 percent of homeowners say that organization and storage is the most desired feature in a home, according to O…
  3. 3 Ways Seniors Can Get More from their Smartphones

    Enterprisepub.com-NE 03.29 / 08:17 www.enterprisepub.com
    (StatePoint) With the rapid pace of new developments in smartphone technology, it can be hard to keep up with all the changes, especially if you grew up in an era when phones were attached to a…
  4. Project Prom provides dresses for Wyoming girls in need

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 03.29 / 07:50 hastingstribune.com
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — For many girls, prom is one of the most memorable experiences of their high school c…
  5. NE Current Conditions

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 03.29 / 07:50 hastingstribune.com
    NE Current Conditions as of 02:00 AM CDT Wednesday, March 29,…
  6. At Big Red Talks, UNL graduate tells students to take all opportunities

    Dailynebraskan.com - Nebraska (NE) 03.29 / 07:17 dailynebraskan.com
    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln debuted its series of Big Red Talks with UNL alumnus Tyler Riewer Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the Nebraska Union…
  7. Brown Bag Discussion focuses on international law, human rights

    Dailynebraskan.com - Nebraska (NE) 03.29 / 06:03 dailynebraskan.com
    On March 28, the Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs held a Brown Bag Discussion on human rights and international law with Brian Lepard, professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of…
  8. Workshop at UNL teaches researchers how to perfect computing skills

    Dailynebraskan.com - Nebraska (NE) 03.29 / 06:03 dailynebraskan.com
    Emelie Harstad, software carpentry instructor and high-performance computing applications specialist, types the first line of code into the Bash shell: “Who am I.” “Eharstad” is returne…
  1. Spring Has Sprung: Just a Regular Day in the life of Moapa Valley residents as they celebrate the First Day Of Spring

    Mvprogress.com - Logandale 03.29 / 08:38 mvprogress.com
    By CATHERINE ELLERTON Moapa Valley Progress Ahhhhh – Spring! The trees are leafing out. The flowers are beginning to bloom. The grass is growing. Ahhhhh – CHOO! Oh dear! Sorry! Now, where was I? It was the first day of Spring on Monday, Mar. 20, and it just seemed right to find out how the […
  2. El Pirata NHS Chapter Inducts New Members

    Mvprogress.com - Logandale 03.29 / 08:38 mvprogress.com
    The National Honor Society El Pirata chapter held its annual induction ceremony on Tuesday, Mar. 21 at the Moapa Valley High…
  3. Mack Lyon Band Receives High Marks At Festival

    Mvprogress.com - Logandale 03.29 / 08:38 mvprogress.com
    The Mack Lyon Middle School Symphonic Band made Moapa Valley proud at their spring band festival last week in Las…
  4. Kids Exercise Their Right To Fun

    Mvprogress.com - Logandale 03.29 / 08:38 mvprogress.com
    The Nevada Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights is displayed within the walls of the Lost City Museum (…
  5. National Park Service investigating theft of fossil footprints from Death Valley

    Lvrj.com - NV 03.29 / 05:29 lvrj.com
    The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National…
  6. Naitonal Park Service investigating theft of fossil footprints from Death Valley

    Lvrj.com - NV 03.29 / 04:10 lvrj.com
    The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National…
  7. Golden Knights CEO Bill Foley welcomes Raiders to Las Vegas

    Vegas Golden Knights Chairman and CEO Bill Foley issued the following statement today, March 27, regarding the Oakland Raiders relocation to Las Vegas: “On behalf of the entire Vegas Golden Knights family, I would like to welcome and congratulate Mark Davis and the Oakland Raiders on their relocation to the great city of Las Vegas,” [&#…
  8. Missile crates provide ‘lifeboat’ for Nevada’s endangered Moapa dace fish

    Lvrj.com - NV 03.29 / 01:41 lvrj.com
    Nevada Department of Wildlife biologists discover the containers once used to ship weapons of war are ideal breeding grounds for fish that lives only in a few remaining pools in northern Clark…
  1. Sandown students keep their 'Eyes on Owls'

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 08:17 www.unionleader.com
    'Eyes on Owls' brought several owls and a kestrel to show children, families and teachers at The Timberlane Learning Center at Sandown Central School on Tuesday as part of the school's 'Life as an Owl'…
  2. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Nhpr.org-NH 03.29 / 08:17 nhpr.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  3. A missed handshake

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 07:06 www.unionleader.com
    To the Editor On Nov. 25, 1915, Clementine Churchill wrote to her husband, Winston, the following 'I love you very much more even than I thought I…
  4. Denounce hateful, violent comments

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 07:06 www.unionleader.com
    To the Editor Recently, pop rapper Snoop Dogg posted a music video of him shooting a clown that looked like President Trump. Another rapper, Bow Wow also made comments about 'pimping out' the First…
  5. The missing generations

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 07:06 www.unionleader.com
    To the Editor This week, I covered town meetings in Antrim, Deering, Henniker, Hillsborough, Hopkinton and Washington. At each venue, one fact was readily apparent. Each meeting was filled with grey haired and balding people. I felt right at home. With few exceptions, a generation of Generation Xers and Millennials were conspicuously…
  6. Beg your pardon Keep Pamela Smart behind bars

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 05:53 www.unionleader.com
    Pamela Smart is a murderer. She belongs in jail for the rest of her…
  7. Another View -- Nick Willard A more complete picture of Manchester police salaries

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 05:53 www.unionleader.com
    A recent Union Leader article, titled 'Manchester city salaries list draws mixed reactions' reports that the reaction to our salaries was 'mixed.' I venture to say that the reaction is 'mixed' because the story fails to articulate sufficiently the truth behind the salaries, and what those dollar…
  8. School changes nixed by Hampstead voters

    Unionleader.com-NH 03.29 / 05:53 www.unionleader.com
    Two weeks after postponing local elections under the threat of a blizzard, voters headed to the polls Tuesday and rejected a 5.2 million addition and renovation proposed for Hampstead Central…
  1. Connections Workshop Helps Southern STYLE Students Better Understand Leadership Roles

    Standing amid a web of yarn connected to a pole in the center of the Ram Room floor, Southern Regional Student, Team-Building, Youth, Leadership, Experience (STYLE) Club adviser Michael Benson delivered a story to the 43 students sitting around the perimeter of the room. “I was sitting in my office and outside my window, I saw a girl crying,” he shared. “After I had gone out to see if I could help her, I found …
  2. Drying Out For Now, More Rain Later This Week

    Ocnjdaily.com - Ocean City 03.29 / 06:14 ocnjdaily.com
    A return to sunny skies during the day on Wednesday as high pressure builds in to our north. However, breezy north winds will keep us on the cool side despite high temperatures reaching the upper 50s... The post Drying Out For Now, More Rain Later This Week appeared first on OCNJ…
  3. Southern Student-Athletes Share Wisdom With McKinley School Youth

    One by one, they received a welcome that is often reserved for celebrities. With music blaring, they ran by dozens of fourth-graders, high-fiving them along the way, while others in the crowd roared with excitement and approval. If you didn’t know any better, you’d have thought LeBron James or Tom Brady was in the McKinley Avenue School gymnasium on March 23. Nope – the visitors were 19 of Southern Regional’s …
  4. OC CON SUPER HERO RUN & DASH APRIL 1

    Ocnjdaily.com - Ocean City 03.29 / 05:02 ocnjdaily.com
    OC CON SUPER HERO 1 Mile Run - 10:00AM 1 MILE RUN - Run Super Fast! Dress Super Fantastic! Or Stroll! (On the Boardwalk) Check in & day of registration 9am - 9:45am $15 - (Includes Race Shirt and OC Con Show admission) $20 - Race Day Registration $10 - 12 yrs & Under - (Includes OC CON Super Hero T-Shirt and OC Con Admission) Also come back for the Super Hero Dash! Registration includes both events The post OC CON SUPER HERO RUN & DASH APRIL 1 appeared first on OCNJ…
  5. Trump Scraps EPA Regulations Limiting Air Pollution from Fossil Fuels

    Njspotlight.com - New Jersey (NJ) 03.29 / 05:00 njspotlight.com
    New president declares end to war on coal, likely driving up greenhouse-gas emissions and potentially endangering coastal states like New…
  6. No More Secret Deals Between Whistleblowers and Government

    Njspotlight.com - New Jersey (NJ) 03.29 / 05:00 njspotlight.com
    The Christie administration spent millions of dollars and kept key documents confidential in the Barlyn whistleblower case. Lawmakers want to end such…
  7. Bridgegate: Where Are They Now?

    Njspotlight.com - New Jersey (NJ) 03.29 / 05:00 njspotlight.com
    Yes, several face prison time, but others have landed comfortably in the Trump…
  8. The Keys to Getting Ahead of Hep-C: Prevention, Screening, Treatment

    Njspotlight.com - New Jersey (NJ) 03.29 / 05:00 njspotlight.com
    An estimated 150,000 NJ residents are infected with hep-C, most without knowing it; at present, their lives could be in…
  1. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 08:32 krwg.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  2. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 07:21 kanw.com
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  3. In Depth: Texas Senate Passes Lean Budget, But Retains $800 Million For Border Security

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 04:57 krwg.org
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Budget woes in Texas caused by a prolonged oil slump would be patched with cuts to higher education, kicking the can down the road on growing Medicaid costs and rebuffing priorities of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott under an austere spending bill passed unanimously Tuesday by the state Senate. Texas' finances are not as bleak as other energy states — Oklahoma is grappling with a roughly $870 million shortfall that could decimate core state services, and Kansas is con…
  4. Wage Deal Averts Threatened Boycott By U.S. Women's Hockey Team

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 04:57 krwg.org
    USA Hockey says it has a pay deal with players on the women's team, averting a threatened boycott of the world championships, which start Friday near Detroit. Before the agreement team captain Meghan Duggan told NPR's All Things Considered that she and her teammates were paid poorly: "USA Hockey pays us, as the women's players, only during a six-month period of time out of the four-year Olympic cycle. During that six months, USA Hockey pays the players $1,000 a month for a six-month…
  5. Wage Deal Averts Threatened Boycott By U.S. Women's Hockey Team

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 04:55 kanw.com
    USA Hockey says it has a pay deal with players on the women's team, averting a threatened boycott of the world championships, which start Friday near Detroit. Before the agreement team captain Meghan Duggan told NPR's All Things Considered that she and her teammates were paid poorly: "USA Hockey pays us, as the women's players, only during a six-month period of time out of the four-year Olympic cycle. During that six months, USA Hockey pays the players $1,000 a month for a six-month…
  6. Attorney claims AG's office is ignoring records requests

    Ruidosonews.com - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 04:17 ruidosonews.com
    SANTA FE — A Republican lawyer who unsuccessfully ran for a state Senate seat last year is accusing the state Attorney General of withholding public records out of political s…
  7. Run-Up To Census 2020 Raises Concerns Over Security And Politics

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 03:34 krwg.org
    Updated 10:30 p.m. ET About three years from now, the U.S. government is going to start asking some personal questions. The possible topics of those questions were released on Tuesday as part of the run-up to the 2020 Census, the national head count of every resident in the U.S. required by the Constitution every 10 years. There are no surprises in the topics for 2020 — age, gender, race and ethnicity, relationships to other people in a household, plus whether a home is owned or rented. In …
  8. U.N. Human Rights Investigators Killed In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 03.29 / 03:34 krwg.org
    The United Nations has confirmed that two of its employees, who were looking into violence and human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, have been killed. An American, Michael Sharp, and a Swede, Zaida Catalan, had gone missing earlier this month while traveling in the region. Tuesday, Congolese officials said their bodies, along with that of their interpreter, had been found in Central Kasai province. Sharp's father, John, had posted to his Facebook page the news that…
  1. Arab summit to endorse Palestinian positions with eye on US

    Media.wben.com - Buffalo 03.29 / 09:10 media.wben.com
    DEAD SEA, Jordan (AP) -- Arab leaders are gathering for an annual summit where the call for Palestinian statehood is to take center…
  2. Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny

    Media.wben.com - Buffalo 03.29 / 09:10 media.wben.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Jared Kushner has been a power player able to avoid much of the harsh scrutiny that comes with working in the White House. But this week he's found that even the president's son-in-law takes his turn in the…
  3. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  4. Nuclear subsidy program entangled in state budget talks

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 03.29 / 09:00 wrvo.org
    New York's subsidy program to support financially impaired nuclear power plants has been caught up in the budget negotiations as some lawmakers are trying to halt the program right before it begins. The plan, which is part of New York's efforts to cut down on carbon dioxide emissions, was unanimously passed by state regulators last year. When the Assembly conducted a hearing on the nuclear subsidy program earlier this month, no one showed up from the governor's office or the New York state…
  5. Syracuse Land Bank once again a top earner of NY attorney general’s office grants

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 03.29 / 09:00 wrvo.org
    The Greater Syracuse Land Bank is once again a top earner of grant funding from the office of the New York state attorney general. The funding is awarded from mortgage settlements the attorney general’s office made with big banks after the housing crisis. Land banks acquire tax delinquent properties so they can be resold to responsible owners. The Syracuse Land Bank received $5 million in the first two rounds of attorney general funding, more than any other land bank in the state. It tied f…
  6. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 03.29 / 09:00 wrvo.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  7. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Interactive.wxxi.org - New York (NY) 03.29 / 08:58 interactive.wxxi.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  8. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wamc.org - New York (NY) 03.29 / 08:53 wamc.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 03.29 / 08:59 wunc.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 03.29 / 08:59 wunc.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  3. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wcqs.org - North Carolina (NC) 03.29 / 08:53 wcqs.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  4. Cooper choice to run health agency getting Senate questions

    Wbt.com - North Carolina (NC) 03.29 / 08:53 wbt.com
    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's pick to lead a massive North Carolina department overseeing Medicaid, mental health services and other programs is likely to get some tough questions from Senate Republicans scrutinizing her appointment. The Senate Health Care Committee scheduled a confirmation hearing Wednesday for Dr. Mandy Cohen, secretary of health and human services. Cohen was a top administrator for then-President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, which many…
  5. Cary teen’s arrest in mother’s death sends ‘shock waves’ through Wake’s Indian community

    The arrest Friday of a 17-year-old boy accused of strangling his mother sent shock waves through western Wake County’s Indian community, according to a Morrisville town councilman. It took more … Click to Continue »…
  6. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wcqs.org - North Carolina (NC) 03.29 / 07:43 wcqs.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  7. Anson High School students talk 3D printing with Wadesboro Rotary Club

    Ansonrecord.com - Anson 03.29 / 07:19 ansonrecord.com
    LILESVILLE — High school students presented on 21st century technology — 3-D printers purchased in part by the Wadesboro Rotary Club — during the club’s meeting on March 23. The group, representing the Youth Career-Connect initiative at Anson High School, passed out samples of its printed products, including Rotary medallions. Alisha Privette, a science teacher,…
  8. Judge approves release of jailed Seattle-area 'dreamer'

    A Mexican man who has spent more than six weeks in immigration detention despite his participation in a program designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children … Click to Continue…
  1. BREAKING: Man shot in the face in south Fargo

    Wday.com - Fargo 03.29 / 08:58 wday.com
    WDAYFargo, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--Fargo police are responding to multiple reports of shots fired in the city. Dispatch says multiple calls are coming in the area of 26th avenue south and…
  2. North Dakota board scrambles to oppose dental therapy

    Oklahoma.watchdog.org - North Dakota (ND) 03.29 / 08:38 oklahoma.watchdog.org
    For the second time in two years, the North Dakota Board of Dental Examiners won’t allow expanded dental services in the state without a fight. At issue is House Bill 1256, approved by a House committee last week and expected to hit the floor this week, possibly as soon as Tuesday. The measure would allow […
  3. Energy Transfer Partners working to commission both DAPL and its other half simultaneously

    All eyes have been on the Dakota Access pipeline protest, but, in the meantime, Energy Transfer Partners has been working on what is its other half — the Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline Project, which will carry oil from t…
  4. Mural support: Williston students decorate halls of new high school

    Williston High School art students are tackling their most ambitious projects yet — adding a flourish of color with wall m…
  5. City picks JE Dunn to build new airport terminal

    City commissioners have selected JE Dunn to oversee the construction of the terminal building for Williston’s new a…
  6. District 8 seeks adjacent land to new school

    As construction plans solidify for the New Public School District 8 middle school, the board voted in favor of seeking the purchase of 20 adjacent acres for future expansion…
  7. Eagles soar back from extinction, still closely monitored in state

    Pulled from the brink of extinction, bald eagles have found security in North…
  8. Authorities looking for man who ditched car after a chase

    Wday.com - Fargo 03.29 / 07:50 wday.com
    WDAYWest Fargo, N.D. (WDAY\WDAZ-TV)--Authorities are looking for a man who led them on a chase on the intestate ending in West Fargo. West Fargo police say they…
  1. Health rankings highlight Ohio's opiate crisis, youth dropout and unemployment

    Blog.cleveland.com - Ohio (OH) 03.29 / 09:09 blog.cleveland.com
    Premature deaths are on the rise across the country, and opiate overdose and other injuries are providing much of the fuel, according to the new County Health Rankings & Roadmaps…
  2. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wvxu.org - Ohio (OH) 03.29 / 08:57 wvxu.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  3. CityBeat Releases Its 21st Annual Best Of Cincinnati© Issue

    Wvxu.org - Ohio (OH) 03.29 / 08:57 wvxu.org
    Cincinnati's news and entertainment weekly CityBeat releases its 21st-annual Best of Cincinnati© issue today. Each year CityBeat readers and staff pick what they consider to be the best of the Tri-state, the people places and things that add to the vitality and character of our region, in hundreds of different …
  4. Louder Than A Bomb Cincinnati Poetry Slam Finals Are Coming Up

    Wvxu.org - Ohio (OH) 03.29 / 08:57 wvxu.org
    The Louder Than a Bomb poetry slam was created to give young people a forum to speak out and to be heard. Started in Chicago in 2001, Louder Than a Bomb is the largest youth poetry slam in the world. The poetry contest was brought to Cincinnati in 2015, enabling young people in our region to hear one another’s stories and share experiences through spoken word p…
  5. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wcbe.org - Ohio (OH) 03.29 / 08:53 wcbe.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  6. High school baseball 2017: Elyria Catholic well-armed to make another run to regionals ... and beyond

    Advancing to the Division III regional finals would give any baseball team a reason to celebrate. Starting the next year with four returning pitchers who combined for 15 wins and four saves on that team, well, that’s when the party really b…
  7. High school baseball: Elyria Catholic edges Vermilion on Ryan Strittmather hit in the seventh inning

    OBERLIN — Ryan Strittmather didn’t waste any time with a runner in scoring position and two out in a tie gam…
  8. Commentary: Is it time for Cavs to panic? Not yet, but it's getting close

    Last week I told you it wasn’t time to panic about the Cavaliers. This week I’m flipping the switch — it’s much easier for a columnist to do that than an NBA team — and telling you there’s legitimate cause for concern (but hold off on total panic for a bit longer)…
  1. Daily scripture reading provided

    Press-leader.com - Oklahoma (OK) 03.29 / 08:38 press-leader.com
    The Gospel of John 5:17-30 Jesus answered the Jews: “My Father is at work until now, so I am at work.” For this reason they tried all the more to kill him, because he not only broke the Sabbath but he also called God his own father, making himself equal to God. Jesus answered and…
  2. Checotah Ward 4 seat draws five candidates

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 03.29 / 08:38 muskogeephoenix.com
    A keen desire to help serve their community and to see it grow in a positive direction are among the reasons the five candidates seeking the Ward 4 seat on the Checotah City Council give for…
  3. ICTC students spruce up War Memorial Park

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 03.29 / 08:38 muskogeephoenix.com
    Volunteering to clean up the War Memorial Park is serious business for Oktaha senior Austin Ellison who's enrolled in the service career class at Indian Capital Technology…
  4. N.W.A., Vin Scully to be preserved by Library of Congress

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 03.29 / 08:38 muskogeephoenix.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — First it became the basis for an Oscar-nominated movie. Now, "Straight Outta Compton" — the groundbreaking album from rap group N.W.A. and a one-time flashpoint in the nation's culture wars — has been selected for the prest…
  5. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kosu.org - Oklahoma (OK) 03.29 / 08:33 kosu.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  6. Severe weather threat persists for Pittsburg County

    Mcalesternews.com - Local 03.29 / 08:19 www.mcalesternews.com
    McAlester and surrounding communities need to be prepared for the possibility of severe weather overnight and through…
  7. Officials take action after residents locked out of storm shelter

    Mcalesternews.com - Local 03.29 / 08:19 www.mcalesternews.com
    Some McAlester residents who tried to take cover when the sirens signifying a tornado blared in McAlester Sunday night found themselves locked out of the city’s only designated storm s…
  8. CAPITOL REPORT: Recognizing MN-C's James Beaty

    Mcalesternews.com - Local 03.29 / 08:19 www.mcalesternews.com
    In last week’s report, I overlooked an important accomplishment. A good friend, James Beaty is set to be inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame. Over the years, I have always found James to be very fair and i…
  1. Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® Introduces State-of-the-Art, Healthy Workspace and Ergonomic Office Solutions fro

    Tune in to Bloomberg International on Sunday, April 2, 2017. See market-by-market listings below. Los Angeles, CA – March 29, 2017 — Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® announces an exclusive…
  2. Arizona Hotel Supports Local Tourism Through Partnerships

    KINGMAN, ARIZONA – 29 Mar, 2017 – The Ramada Kingman Hotel and Resort in Kingman Arizona has initiated partnerships to support community development and market the property, and City…
  3. Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® Shares A Revolutionary Device Being Developed by Keystone Heart to Protect the B

    Tune in to Bloomberg International on Sunday, April 2, 2017. See market-by-market listings below. Los Angeles, CA – March 29, 2017 — Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® announces an exclusive…
  4. Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® and Emerge Explain Emergency Insurance That’s Simple, Accessible and Afford

    Tune in to Bloomberg International as sponsored programming on April 2, 2017. See market-by-market listings below. Los Angeles, CA – March 29, 2017 — Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® announces…
  5. A whale of a problem

    Dailyastorian.com - Local 03.29 / 08:19 www.dailyastorian.com
    Wreck leaves agency pondering ‘whimsical’ salvage…
  6. Point of View: April Fools’ Day pranks

    Dailyastorian.com - Local 03.29 / 08:19 www.dailyastorian.com
    Point of View: April Fools’ Day…
  7. Feds propose alcohol ban, campsite closures at Three Pools, Opal Creek and Detroit areas

    Once upon a time, Three Pools Recreation Site was a little-known swimming hole tucked away in mossy forest northeast of…
  8. House panel discusses SNAP program, work requirements

    Recipients get between $1.40 and $1.90 per person per…
  1. With Thousands Of Trade Workers Expected To Retire, Local Unions Seek Apprentices

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 03.29 / 09:00 wesa.fm
    Sixteen construction trade unions in western Pennsylvania are looking for a few thousand new members. In western Pennsylvania, there are about 41,000 union members in construction trades, such as carpenters and bricklayers, according to Builders Guild of Western Pennsylvania Executive Director Jeff Nobers. He said 25 to 30 percent of them are expected to retire in the next seven years. Nobers said he also expects the number of skilled workers needed in the local economy to increase in the…
  2. Rudiak Says She Is ‘Burned Out,’ But Hopes More Women Will Run For Office

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 03.29 / 09:00 wesa.fm
    After eight years on Pittsburgh City Council, Natalia Rudiak said she is “a bit burned out.” “I'm looking forward to really spending some time on some self-care and spending some time with my family,” she said. Rudiak’s mother, who passed away 18 months ago, was originally from Poland – where the councilwoman still has family. “I spent my summers there as a child," she said, "and so I'd like to go reconnect there and travel a little while." Rudiak, 37, who has represented the city’s souther…
  3. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 03.29 / 09:00 wesa.fm
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  4. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 03.29 / 09:00 wesa.fm
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  5. 3 injured in accident near high school

    Ncnewsonline.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 03.29 / 08:55 ncnewsonline.com
    Three people were taken to area hospitals after a traffic accident in front of New Castle High School Tuesday…
  6. Nine Wilmington staff members to retire

    Ncnewsonline.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 03.29 / 08:55 ncnewsonline.com
    Eight teachers have announced their retirements under an incentive announced earlier this year by the Wilmington Area School…
  7. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wdiy.org - Pennsylvania (PA) 03.29 / 08:54 wdiy.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  8. Man charged with threatening Children and Youth workers waives hearing

    Standardspeaker.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 03.29 / 08:52 standardspeaker.com
    PLAINS TWP. — A Plains Township man accused of threatening employees of Luzerne County Children and Youth Services will face charges in county court. Phil William Finn Jr., 47, waived all charges to county court at a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning a…
  1. Board OKs $3.3M in tax credits, incentives for tech firm

    Abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 03.29 / 08:55 abc6.com
    The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation has approved up to $3.3 million in tax credits and other financial incentives for a Pennsylvania-based financial technology company that plans to create jobs in…
  2. Shorthanded Tigers await upcoming baseball season

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 03.29 / 04:17 valleybreeze.com
    PAWTUCKET – After graduating three seniors last year, the Tolman High baseball team is looking to make another run to the Division II playoffs this season, but there’s one problem. “Our numbers are low this year,” Tolman head coach Theo Murray said. “We have 19 kids total in the program. We have a lot of returnees, with the exception of catching. Ricky Bourdeau, who started at catcher the last three years, graduated, so we have a couple of kids battling for that position.” Tryouts, or reall…
  3. New-look SRA softball team takes field for Div. II season

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 03.29 / 04:17 valleybreeze.com
    PAWTUCKET – The St. Raphael Academy softball team is returning most of its players from last year’s playoff team, with the exception of four big seniors. The Saints graduated starting shortstop and captain Kamryn LaBree, first baseman/pitcher Lauren Taylor, outfielder Brianna O’Rourke, and catcher Haley Mitsmenn, who were all part of the Saints’ Division II championship team in 2015. Kamryn, who was a two-time First-Team All-State player, will be back this year as an assistant coach, and h…
  4. OSCIL will host Lunch and Learn Workshop

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 03.29 / 04:17 valleybreeze.com
    WARWICK – The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will host a Lunch and Learn Workshop on Thursday, March 30, from noon to 2 p.m. at OSCIL’s Pawtucket office, 175 Main St. This month’s topic is: How to Protect Yourself from Scams and Fraud. Jamie Kamborian, an investigator in the Consumer Protection Unit of the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General, will give a presentation on scams and fraud. Topics such as telemarketing fraud, identity theft, bogus check schemes and chari…
  5. Pawtucket Parks & Rec announces spring classes

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 03.29 / 04:17 valleybreeze.com
    PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Parks & Recreation Division has announced their lineup of recreational and wellness classes and programs for the upcoming spring season. These classes will be held at the Jenks Junior High School and the Agnes Little School for an eight-week session, unless otherwise noted. • Adult classes include Zumba, Pilates, Muscle Toning, Hi-Low, Step and Dance Aerobics along with Yoga, Ballroom Dancing, Drums Alive and Line Dancing. Classes begin the week of March 27, with t…
  6. East Greenwich sports teams, jobs facing possible elimination by district

    Ww.abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 03.29 / 04:09 ww.abc6.com
    By: Kirsten Glavin kglavin@abc6.com EAST GREENWICH, R.I. – One of the State's top school districts discussed making major cuts Tuesday evening. Teachers, school supplies, buses, even sports teams all on the chopping block in East Greenwich. Sources tell ABC6 News the district is looking to cut nearly $1.5 million from the upcoming budget. The budget meeting held in the cafeteria, at Cole Middle School was a full house. The district talked about cutting costs across the…
  7. Mayor Elorza to meet with Trump administration on illegal immigration

    Wpri.com-RI 03.29 / 03:18 wpri.com
    The mayor says he is seeking more clarity on sanctuary…
  8. Accreditation team seeks input on CF Police Department

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 03.29 / 03:00 valleybreeze.com
    CENTRAL FALLS – A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. will arrive in Central Falls on Monday, April 3, to examine all aspects of the Central Falls Police Department policy and procedures, management, operations, and support services. “Verification by the team that the Central Falls Police Department meets the commission’s state-of-the-art standards is part of a voluntary process to gain accreditation – a highly prized recognition of publi…
  1. 33-year state senator in court on misconduct allegations

    Wbt.com - South Carolina (SC) 03.29 / 08:55 wbt.com
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Long-time South Carolina Sen. John Courson will appear in court to answer accusations that he pocketed more than $130,000 in campaign donations over six years. The 72-year-old Columbia Republican maintains the charges are false. A bond hearing is scheduled Wednesday afternoon in Columbia. The state grand jury indicted Courson earlier this month on misconduct in office and using campaign donations for personal expenses. The post 33-year state senator in court on…
  2. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 03.29 / 08:49 etvradio.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  3. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 03.29 / 07:39 etvradio.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  4. Myrtle Beach police search for man wanted for burglary and kidnapping

    Wbtw.com - Myrtle Beach 03.29 / 05:25 wbtw.com
    MYRTLE BEACH (WBTW) – The Myrtle Beach Police Department is asking the public for help finding a wanted person. According to a press r…
  5. Wage Deal Averts Threatened Boycott By U.S. Women's Hockey Team

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 03.29 / 05:14 etvradio.org
    USA Hockey says it has a pay deal with players on the women's team, averting a threatened boycott of the world championships, which start Friday near Detroit. Before the agreement team captain Meghan Duggan told NPR's All Things Considered that she and her teammates were paid poorly: "USA Hockey pays us, as the women's players, only during a six-month period of time out of the four-year Olympic cycle. During that six months, USA Hockey pays the players $1,000 a month for a six-month…
  6. CCU Rally Falls Short in Loss at UNC

    Wmbfnews.com-SC 03.29 / 04:41 www.wmbfnews.com
    Local products Wood Myers (Chapel Hill) and Cory Wood (Raleigh) each hit home runs for the Chanticleers but Coastal Carolina’s rally came up just shot in a 7-6 loss at #7 North Carolina Tuesday night at Boshamer…
  7. Run-Up To Census 2020 Raises Concerns Over Security And Politics

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 03.29 / 03:51 etvradio.org
    Updated 10:30 p.m. ET About three years from now, the U.S. government is going to start asking some personal questions. The possible topics of those questions were released on Tuesday as part of the run-up to the 2020 Census, the national head count of every resident in the U.S. required by the Constitution every 10 years. There are no surprises in the topics for 2020 — age, gender, race and ethnicity, relationships to other people in a household, plus whether a home is owned or rented. In …
  8. U.N. Human Rights Investigators Killed In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 03.29 / 03:51 etvradio.org
    The United Nations has confirmed that two of its employees, who were looking into violence and human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, have been killed. An American, Michael Sharp, and a Swede, Zaida Catalan, had gone missing earlier this month while traveling in the region. Tuesday, Congolese officials said their bodies, along with that of their interpreter, had been found in Central Kasai province. Sharp's father, John, had posted to his Facebook page the news that…
  1. 3 charged say they'll be faulted for GEAR UP scandal

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 03.29 / 07:09 rapidcityjournal.com
    Three charged in connection with a $1 million embezzlement scheme say the state is setting them up to take the fall for the state's GEAR UP…
  2. Kotti chosen as Hot Springs interim mayor

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 03.29 / 03:21 rapidcityjournal.com
    The Hot Springs City Council chose George Kotti as its interim mayor at a meeting March…
  3. Former Alderman Ron Sasso to run for Ward 5 in City Council

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 03.29 / 03:21 rapidcityjournal.com
    Former Alderman Ron Sasso will seek another term in the Rapid City Council in Ward 5, according to release. Sasso last served as an Alderman from 2011 to 2013 and is currently a realtor for Coldwell Banker…
  4. UPDATED: Services set for Sioux Falls coaching legend

    Ktwb.com-SD 03.29 / 00:51 ktwb.com
    Sioux Falls, SD (KELO-AM) - Lincoln High School coaching legend, Rich Greeno, has died at the age of 88. Greeno's storied coaching career spanned six decades. He also worked at the University of Sioux Falls. He's been inducted into the South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame, the National High School Sports Hall of Fame, and most recently the USF Hall of Fame in 2016.  He coached the Lincoln High Patriots to 11 state boys cross country titles, and eight track titles. Then he retired, but…
  5. Webster man killed in morning crash in Iowa

    A Webster man was killed in a three-vehicle crash in Iowa this morning. Darwin Knutson, 50, was southbound on Interstate 29 roughly a mile north of the Blendcoe exit about halfway between Sioux City and Council Bluffs at 6:24…
  6. Wheat Growers CEO retiring

    Tristateneighbor.com - South Dakota (SD) 03.29 / 00:24 tristateneighbor.com
    Dale Locken, chief executive officer of Wheat Growers, has announced that he plans to retire from the…
  7. VIDEO: Positive report on juvenile justice in South Dakota

    Ktwb.com-SD 03.28 / 23:35 ktwb.com
    PIERRE, SD (KELO-AM) South Dakota has made significant progress in juvenile justice reform, according to the first annual oversight report. “While we still have a long path ahead of us, this report indicates the state made great progress in juvenile justice during FY 16,” says Governor Dennis Daugaard. The oversight council was created as part of juvenile justice reforms in 2015 to monitor progress. "South Dakota was incarcerating youth at a rate almost twice the national…
  8. Pierre American Legion Update with Ron LeBeau

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 03.28 / 22:36 drgnews.com
    PIERRE SD – The American Legion in Pierre has many activities happening and Ron LeBeau spoke with KGFX Morning Show Host Scott Lane on Tuesday March 28th 2017  about the activities happening at the Legion Cabin.      …
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wutc.org - Chattanooga 03.29 / 08:57 wutc.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. Belk offers chance to support nonprofits

    Themountainpress.com - SEVIERVILLE 03.29 / 08:49 themountainpress.com
    Submitted CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Belk's spring charity sale will take place Saturday, April 29 from 6 a.m. - 10 a.m. in all Belk stores. The four-hour, in-store shopping event is an excellent fundraising tool for participating organizations that sell $5 tickets to their supporters. Thousands of participating charities across Belk's 16-state footprint…
  3. Could social media develop social responsibility?

    Themountainpress.com - SEVIERVILLE 03.29 / 08:49 themountainpress.com
    I was a little boy safely playing in my parent's living room. The evening national news came on the…
  4. Boy Scouts to honor Sevier County first responders

    Themountainpress.com - SEVIERVILLE 03.29 / 08:49 themountainpress.com
    Submitted SEVIER COUNTY -- The Sevier County community owes much to its first responders for what their efforts during the recent wildfires. From the time the fire began, these individuals worked to save the community. People across Sevier County have an opportunity to honor the Sevier County first responders and support the Boy Scouts of America,…
  5. Food City recognizes Cubberley

    Themountainpress.com - SEVIERVILLE 03.29 / 08:49 themountainpress.com
    Submitted ABINGDON, Va. -- Recently recognizing employees for volunteerism, Blake Cubberley was among 12 district award winners. Cubberley is a customer service coordinator and and has worked for Food City for three years. In school his activities have included Mu Alpha Theta and participation in its community service drives and after-school…
  6. NQC organizes 'Spring Break' for gospel music lovers

    Themountainpress.com - SEVIERVILLE 03.29 / 08:49 themountainpress.com
    SEVIERVILLE -- Organizers of the National Quartet Convention hope that their "Spring Break" event this week becomes as big as the fall event that draws thousands of gospel music lovers to Sevier County each…
  7. Tennessee’s Barnes: Gut feeling Gonzaga will win NCAA title

    Wate.com - Tennessee (TN) 03.29 / 08:46 wate.com
    Tennessee coach Rick Barnes has faced every team in the Final Four and has a prediction regarding a potential championship game…
  8. Greene County sheriff on couple trying to sell baby: ‘…just devastating’

    Wkrn.com-TN 03.29 / 08:17 www.wkrn.com
    Investigators said 37-year-old Deanna Greer and 26-year-old John Cain tried to sell their five-month-old for $3,000 in Greene…
  1. Three Storm Chasers Killed in Texas Crash Identified

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 03.29 / 09:05 ktbb.com
    NORMAN, Okla. (AP) – Three storm chasers were killed when their vehicles collided at a rural intersection during severe West Texas storms. Lt. Bryan Witt of the Texas Department of Public Safety says the Tuesday afternoon crash involved a Jeep and a Chevrolet Suburban sport utility vehicle. Investigators have identified the three storm chasers killed … Continue reading Three Storm Chasers Killed in Texas Crash…
  2. Mom Angry over Dallas Airport Pat Down of Special Needs Son

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 03.29 / 09:05 ktbb.com
    GRAPEVINE (AP) – A mother says she and her special needs son were “treated like dogs” after her request for alternate screening at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport led an officer to closely pat down the boy. Jennifer Williamson videotaped Sunday’s search of her son, Aaron, who appears to cooperate. The Facebook video was viewed nearly … Continue reading Mom Angry over Dallas Airport Pat Down of Special Needs…
  3. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Kwbu.org - Texas (TX) 03.29 / 08:33 kwbu.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  4. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kwbu.org - Texas (TX) 03.29 / 08:33 kwbu.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  5. Envoy to capitol

    Navasotaexaminer.com -Navasota 03.29 / 07:39 navasotaexaminer.com
    AUSTIN — Community leaders traveled to the state capitol Wednesday to meet with State Sen. Charles Schwertner and State Rep. Leighton Schubert regarding current legislative issues that will impact G…
  6. Rollover results in messy commute

    Navasotaexaminer.com -Navasota 03.29 / 07:39 navasotaexaminer.com
    The load from an 18-wheeler tractor truck was spread across State Highway 90 in Singleton on Monday morning following a single vehicle…
  7. 30-year sentence for child pornographer

    Navasotaexaminer.com -Navasota 03.29 / 07:39 navasotaexaminer.com
    HOUSTON — John Allen Chumley, 43, formerly of Navasota, was sentenced Tuesday to a total of 360 months in federal prison for production and possession of child p…
  8. Klassy “displays” of classic couture

    Navasotaexaminer.com -Navasota 03.29 / 07:39 navasotaexaminer.com
    You get only one chance to make a first impression. Never has that been truer than in today’s retail environment where storefront owners compete with web-based businesses and younger shoppers in c…
  1. AP FACT CHECK: Trump no factor in Social Security increase

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 08:52 standard.net
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Widely circulated online reports crediting President Donald Trump for 2017 increases in retirees’ Social Security checks don’t accurately portray how the system works…
  2. AP FACT CHECK: Spicer says case closed on Russia. It's not

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 08:52 standard.net
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The question of collusion between Russian interests and Donald Trump’s campaign is far from answered, despite repeated assertions by the president’s spokesman that it’s case closed…
  3. N.W.A., Vin Scully to be preserved by Library of Congress

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 08:52 standard.net
    WASHINGTON (AP) — First it became the basis for an Oscar-nominated movie. Now, “Straight Outta Compton” — the groundbreaking album from rap group N.W.A. and a one-time flashpoint in the nation’s culture wars — has been selected for the prestigious National Recording Registry…
  4. Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 08:52 standard.net
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Jared Kushner has been a power player able to avoid much of the harsh scrutiny that comes with working in the White House. But this week he’s found that even the president’s son-in-law takes his turn in the spotl…
  5. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 08:32 kuer.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  6. First Episode Of 'All Things Considered' Is Headed To Library Of Congress

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 08:32 kuer.org
    Quick quiz: What do Judy Garland's rendition of "Over the Rainbow," N.W.A's seminal Straight Outta Compton and the inaugural episode of NPR's All Things Considered have in common? That little riddle just got a little easier to answer on Wednesday: The Library of Congress announced that all three "aural treasures" — along with roughly two dozen other recordings — have been inducted into its National Recording Registry. "These sounds of the past enrich our understanding of the nation's cul…
  7. Man charged in rail worker death transferred to Wyoming

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah authorities say a man accused of killing a train worker has been transported to Wyoming where the alleged crime o…
  8. Troll for the 'lulz'? A target of online abuse isn't amused

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 03.29 / 07:42 standard.net
    One morning near the end of her long-shot congressional campaign, 25-year-old Erin Schrode rolled over in bed, reflexively checked her cellphone — and burst into t…
  1. Varsity Insider: Final boys hockey power rankings

    The season's final installment of Vermont high school boys hockey power rankings on the Varsity Insider…
  2. Raboin, Merriam named to Newport council

    Bartonchronicle.com - Barton 03.29 / 02:19 bartonchronicle.com
    copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   NEWPORT — The Newport City Council is again up to full strength. After a special meeting Monday night to select two new members, the council is no longer the … Continue reading → The post Raboin, Merriam named to Newport council appeared first on Barton Chronicle Ne…
  3. Celebrating Vermont’s natural delicacy

    Bartonchronicle.com - Barton 03.29 / 02:19 bartonchronicle.com
    copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Elizabeth Trail   After weeks of cold, even Saturday’s gray skies and spitting snowflakes didn’t stop people from turning out for the annual Vermont Maple Sugarmaker’s Association annual Maple Open House Weekend. … Continue reading → The post Celebrating Vermont’s natural delicacy appeared first on Barton Chronicle Newspape…
  4. Congressional delegation draws hundreds in Hardwick

    Bartonchronicle.com - Barton 03.29 / 02:19 bartonchronicle.com
    copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   HARDWICK — The parking lot at Hazen Union High School here was filled an hour before the event even started. Inside the school’s gymnasium more than 500 people were … Continue reading → The post Congressional delegation draws hundreds in Hardwick appeared first on Barton Chronicle News…
  5. Girls with Guns inspires a new generation of athletes

    Bartonchronicle.com - Barton 03.29 / 02:19 bartonchronicle.com
    copyright the Chronicle March 29, 2017   by Brad Usatch   CRAFTSBURY — The typically serene atmosphere at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center crackled with the sound of gunfire on Sunday as the Craftsbury Green Racing Project (CGRP) hosted its inaugural … Continue reading → The post Girls with Guns inspires a new generation of athletes appeared first on Barton Chronicle Ne…
  6. Released Migrant Justice organizers speak out at BTV rally

    Enrique Balcazar and Zully Palacios say they were the victims of 'persecution' by government…
  7. Marijuana Legalization Bill Hits A Wall In Montpelier

    Digital.vpr.net-VT 03.29 / 00:52 digital.vpr.net
    A highly anticipated vote on a bill that would legalize possession of small amounts of marijuana was postponed indefinitely Tuesday when House leadership pulled the proposal from the floor, after it became apparent that the legislation did not have enough votes to…
  8. VT law counters Trump’s immigration orders

    Measure signed Tuesday limits police involvement with feds, gives governor power on police agreements over immigration…
  1. City reversion request must be specific, supervisors say

    COLLINSVILLE-If the Martinsville City Council wants to talk about reversion or a merger, they need to be…
  2. Rates of overdose deaths rising in suburbia, report finds

    Heroin and opioid painkillers are cutting life short for Americans who live in communities usually considered insulated from substance abuse, according to a national…
  3. Raleigh Co. BOE approves personnel recommendations

    Wvva.com-VA 03.29 / 07:07 www.wvva.com
    The Raleigh County Board of Education met tonight to decide on what personnel cuts should be made to ease the the pain of its multi-million dollar budget…
  4. Overnight homicide investigation in Norfolk

    Wavy.com-VA 03.29 / 07:06 wavy.com
    Norfolk police are investigating an overnight homicide at an apartment…
  5. EMU alumnus Michael J. Sharp among UN officials confirmed dead in Congo

    Augustafreepress.com-VA 03.29 / 05:54 augustafreepress.com
    M.J. Sharp, a UN official kidnapped with five others in Congo two weeks ago, has been confirmed as deceased. Augusta Free Press - Shenandoah Valley News, Sports, Weather, Arts, Events,…
  6. UVA’s London Perrantes to compete in Reese’s College All-Star Game

    Augustafreepress.com-VA 03.29 / 05:54 augustafreepress.com
    UVA senior London Perrantes (Los Angeles) has been selected to play in the 2017 Reese's Division I College All-Star Game. Augusta Free Press - Shenandoah Valley News, Sports, Weather, Arts, Events,…
  7. VMI Keydets down JMU, 6-1

    Augustafreepress.com-VA 03.29 / 05:54 augustafreepress.com
    The VMI Keydets defeated the James Madison Dukes, 6-1, in non-conference baseball action Tuesday. Augusta Free Press - Shenandoah Valley News, Sports, Weather, Arts, Events,…
  8. Liberty rallies late, falls at No. 16 East Carolina, 8-6

    Augustafreepress.com-VA 03.29 / 05:54 augustafreepress.com
    The No. 16 East Carolina Pirates raced out to an early lead and then had to hold on to defeat the Liberty Flames, 8-6. Augusta Free Press - Shenandoah Valley News, Sports, Weather, Arts, Events,…
  1. WATCH: Hillary Clinton Steps Up Her Post-Election Political Talk

    Wmal.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:56 wmal.com
    She offered the audience her new mantra: "Resist, insist, persist,…
  2. WATCH: Three Storm Trackers Killed While Chasing A Texas Tornado

    Wmal.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:56 wmal.com
    The trackers were killed in a head-on collision after running a stop…
  3. Questions, answers about funding threats to sanctuary cities

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:48 myfoxspokane.com
    By SADIE GURMAN and ALICIA A. CALDWELLAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Trump administration…
  4. N.W.A., Vin Scully to be preserved by Library of Congress

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:48 myfoxspokane.com
    By BEN NUCKOLSAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – First it became the basis for an…
  5. AP FACT CHECK: Trump no factor in Social Security increase

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:48 myfoxspokane.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) – Widely circulated online reports crediting President Donald Trump for 2017 increases…
  6. House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:48 myfoxspokane.com
    By KEVIN FREKINGAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation…
  7. First reactions to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 5’ at CinemaCon

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 03.29 / 08:48 myfoxspokane.com
    By LINDSEY BAHRAP Film Writer LAS VEGAS (AP) – The Walt Disney Studios unveiled…
  8. Woodland police: Missing woman found

    Columbian.com - Vancouver 03.29 / 08:45 columbian.com
    The Woodland Police Department is asking the public to keep an eye out for a missing and endangered woman who was last seen Monday…
  1. Putnam County felon sentenced to federal prison for gun crime

    Huntingtonnews.net - Huntington 03.29 / 08:28 huntingtonnews.net
    Mar 29 2017 - 3:10amHUNTINGTON, W.Va. – A Putnam County man was sentenced  to a year and a half in federal prison for a gun charge, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. Troy Walter Simpson, 39, of Liberty, previously pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm. Read mo…
  2. Climb or rappel at North Bend State Park’s April “Quest” adventure

    Huntingtonnews.net - Huntington 03.29 / 08:28 huntingtonnews.net
    Mar 29 2017 - 3:07amCAIRO, W.Va. – Rock climbing and rappelling are fun outdoors activities, but only if they are done safely. North Bend State Park is offering “Quest” training for beginners in April. Read more…
  3. Report: Health of Harrison County residents is looking better than the past

    Theet.com - West Virginia (WV) 03.29 / 07:30 theet.com
    CLARKSBURG — In a ranking of West Virginia’s 55 counties, Harrison County has moved from 31st up to 26th in health out…
  4. Music Helps With CPR Training, Study Shows

    Music plays a very important role in our lives and a growing role in medical…
  5. Commissioners Approve Requests and Business Issues

    Tylerstarnews.com - West Virginia (WV) 03.29 / 06:21 tylerstarnews.com
    Sharon Kesselring from the American Red Cross appeared before the Tyler County Commission on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 to give an annual update of the Red Cross…
  6. TCMS Names Golden Horseshoe Winners

    Tylerstarnews.com - West Virginia (WV) 03.29 / 06:21 tylerstarnews.com
    Tyler County Schools is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 Golden Horseshoe winners that will attend a knighting ceremony at the State Capitol on Friday, May 5,…
  7. Tyler BOE Applauds Competition Winners

    Tylerstarnews.com - West Virginia (WV) 03.29 / 06:21 tylerstarnews.com
    The Tyler County Board of Education met on Monday March 20 where Superintendent Robin Daquilante gave the results from several competitions that our students have recently participated…
  8. PC Students Plan DC Trip

    Tylerstarnews.com - West Virginia (WV) 03.29 / 06:21 tylerstarnews.com
    Paden City High School's annual eighth grade field trip received a much-appreciated donation from Bella Construction and Development, Inc. The company donated $1,000 toward this year's trip, to be held May…
  1. A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

    Wxpr.org - Wisconsin (WI) 03.29 / 08:58 wxpr.org
    It's a little after 8 a.m. at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., and Michelle Harris' AP Environmental Science class is getting right to it. "All right, you guys got your brackets out?" Harris asks. The class of mostly juniors and seniors ruffle through folders and pull out pieces of paper with brackets — 64 slots, four quadrants, and one central box to predict the championship. But there's something a little different about these brackets ... "We're going to jump down to the f…
  2. Kushner, taking new White House role, faces rare scrutiny

    Madison-press.com - Madison 03.29 / 08:20 www.madison-press.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Jared Kushner has been a power player able to avoid much of the harsh scrutiny that comes with working in the White House. But this week he’s found that even the president’s son-in-law takes his turn in the spotlight. In a matter of days, Kushner, a senior Trump adviser, drew headlines for […
  3. House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

    Madison-press.com - Madison 03.29 / 08:20 www.madison-press.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation that would kill an online privacy regulation. That move could eventually allow internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers. The Federal Communications Commission rule issued in October was designed to give consumers greater control over how […
  4. House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

    Madison-press.com - Madison 03.29 / 08:20 www.madison-press.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation that would kill an online privacy regulation, a move that could eventually allow internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers. The Federal Communications Commission rule issued in October was designed to give consumers greater control over […
  5. N.W.A., Vin Scully to be preserved by Library of Congress

    Madison-press.com - Madison 03.29 / 08:20 www.madison-press.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — First it became the basis for an Oscar-nominated movie. Now, “Straight Outta Compton” — the groundbreaking album from rap group N.W.A. and a one-time flashpoint in the nation’s culture wars — has been selected for the prestigious National Recording Registry. The album was one of 25 additions to the registry announced Wednesday [R…
  6. Lottery State-by-State

    Madison-press.com - Madison 03.29 / 08:20 www.madison-press.com
    The state-by-state winning lottery numbers through Tuesday: QC-KD-JS-7C-9H (QC, KD, JS, 7C, 9H) 06-07-09-11-12-13-16-18-19-20 (six, seven, nine, eleven, twelve, thirteen, sixteen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty) 01-03-05-06-10-11-14-15-16-20 (one, three, five, six, ten, eleven, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, twenty) 5-0-8 (five, zero, eight) 02-17-23-32-40 (two, seventeen, twenty-three, thirty-two, forty) Estimated jackpot: $75,000 5-1-5 (five, one, five) 7-6-3 (seven, six,…
  7. New BRP training center ‘raising the bar’

    Journaltimes.com - Local 03.29 / 08:20 journaltimes.com
    STURTEVANT — BRP personnel think the company’s new, state-of-the-art technician training institute is something spe…
  8. Modine acquires Luvata, changes name

    Journaltimes.com - Local 03.29 / 08:20 journaltimes.com
    RACINE — Since acquiring Luvata Heat Transfer Solution for $422 million last year, Racine-based Modine Manufacturing Co., 1500 DeKoven Ave., a technology leader in the HVAC industry, is using a name change to move a…
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    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 03.29 / 08:41 register-herald.com
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    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 03.29 / 08:41 register-herald.com
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    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 03.29 / 08:41 register-herald.com
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    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 03.29 / 08:41 register-herald.com
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    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 03.29 / 08:41 register-herald.com
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    Douglas-budget.com -  Douglas 03.29 / 08:33 douglas-budget.com
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