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  1. Prichard held Memorial Day Tribute for Two Men Killed in Action

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 05.28 / 20:11 wkrg.com
    A Memorial day tribute in Prichard to two men killed in…
  2. Forecasts uncertain, but strong storms expected Sunday night

    Al.com-Birmingham 05.28 / 19:38 www.al.com
    With a continuing chance of scattered severe weather ahead, the National Weather Service office in Huntsville has issued a preliminary storm report for weather that downed trees throughout the region on Saturday night and Sunday…
  3. Jefferson County deputy hospitalized after on-duty dog attack

    Al.com-Birmingham 05.28 / 18:35 www.al.com
    The attack happened Wednesday on 16th Terrace N.E. Deputy Ric Lindley, who captured hearts nationwide while he held a baby following a traffic crash, was hospitalized again Saturday after developing an…
  4. Ask Danny: New Windows

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 05.28 / 18:11 wkrg.com
    Viewer asks, I need new windows: what should I be looking for when shopping for…
  5. What's the difference in Memorial Day and Veterans Day? Holiday history, traditions and why we celebrate

    Al.com-Montgomery 05.28 / 17:27 www.al.com
    Memorial Day has become the traditional kick off of summer but the holiday has a much more significant…
  6. Mother, daughter tax preparers indicted

    Wrbl.com - Alabama (AL) 05.28 / 16:59 wrbl.com
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A federal grand jury has indicted a woman and her mother who ran a tax-preparation business in Alabama. Authorities &…
  7. Wrangler, Alabama farm family working on sustainability

    Wrbl.com - Alabama (AL) 05.28 / 16:59 wrbl.com
    ATHENS, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama farming family is teaming up with blue jean manufacturer Wrangler to making cotton more sustainable. The N…
  8. Okaloosa Water Rescue Near Crab Island

    Wkrg.com - Mobile and Baldwin County 05.28 / 16:59 wkrg.com
    A nice day on the water turns scary for eight people off the coast of…
  1. US official mulling greatly expanding airplane laptop ban

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 19:51 ktva.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) – Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he’s considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States. That would dramatically expand a ban announced in March that affects about 50 flights per day from 10 cities, mostly in the Middle East. The current ban was […] The post US official mulling greatly expanding airplane laptop ban appeared first on KTVA…
  2. Feds: Man jumps from plane after trying to bite attendant

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 19:51 ktva.com
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – A 22-year-old man jumped out of an airplane waiting to take off in North Carolina and had to be stopped from running onto the runway. A federal air marshal said in a sworn statement that 22-year-old Tun Sein was flying from Charlotte to New Bern on Thursday when he stood after […] The post Feds: Man jumps from plane after trying to bite attendant appeared first on KTVA…
  3. ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ tops box office, ‘Baywatch’ sinks

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 19:51 ktva.com
    LOS ANGELES (AP) – It was smooth sailing to the top spot at the box office for “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” but the waters were choppier for the Dwayne Johnson comedy “Baywatch.” Studio estimates on Sunday say the fifth installment of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise commandeered $62.2 million […] The post ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ tops box office, ‘Baywatch’ sinks appeared first on KTVA…
  4. Gregg Allman On World Cafe

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 17:49 knba.org
    Editor's Note: Gregg Allman died May 27, 2017, at the age of 69. He's remembered by the music world as a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and one of the pioneers of Southern rock. We revisit Allman's last visit to World Cafe in 2011, when he performed songs from his seventh solo studio album, Low Country Blues. As one of the founding members of the Allman Brothers Band , Gregg Allman is widely regarded as a pioneer in rock and blues music. The guitarist, keyboardist and singer…
  5. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 17:49 knba.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  6. High school seniors take spotlight in Juneau elementary schools

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 14:31 ktoo.org
    Juneau schools first considered doing this last year after they learned other school districts were doing it in the Lower 48. They didn’t get a chance to do it in Juneau until n…
  7. Local organizations to host three Memorial Day ceremonies in Juneau

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 14:31 ktoo.org
    In a White House proclamation, President Donald Trump designated 11 a.m. local time on Memorial Day to unite in prayer for permanent peace and asked all Americans to observe a national moment of remembrance at 3 p.m. local…
  8. Why The 'Sgt. Pepper's' Cover Art Matters As Much As The Music

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 05.28 / 13:31 knba.org
    Fifty years ago, The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band . It's acknowledged nearly universally as one of the most well-known and influential rock albums of all time — and critic Colin Fleming argues that the artwork on the cover is just as important as the music. The Sgt. Pepper's cover art, co-created by pop artist Peter Blake, is iconic. It depicts The Beatles surrounded by the images of famous figures from history and pop culture — "almost like a giant birthday party …
  1. Reactions To The Trump Administration's Budget

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 05.28 / 20:12 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: President Trump has returned from his eventful first overseas trip, and waiting for him here at home are new reports on his administration's connections to Russia, this time involving his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner. All that controversy, though, distracts from some other items of government business that will have a huge impact on regular people across America. Last week, President Trump's proposed budget…
  2. What's Next For The Budget

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 05.28 / 20:12 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: NPR's Susan Davis covers Congress, and she's here to help us understand what happens now in the House and Senate on the budget and health care debates. Good morning. SUSAN DAVIS, BYLINE: Hey, Lulu. GARCIA-NAVARRO: All right, let's start with health care. The hotly anticipated CBO score came out. What did we see, and what's been the reaction? DAVIS: Not a ton of surprises in this report, which the top lines of this are that…
  3. Rep. Sanford Doesn't Believe Trump's Budget Numbers

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 05.28 / 20:12 wvasfm.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And for reaction to President Trump's proposed budget, we're joined by South Carolina Representative and Freedom Caucus member Mark Sanford on the phone from his district. Good morning, sir. MARK SANFORD: Good morning to you. GARCIA-NAVARRO: You grilled Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney this past week at a committee hearing. You called the White House's numbers in effect a lie, and you said they were…
  4. Help us raise the last $27K to send Tucson kids to camp

    Tucson.com - Tucson 05.28 / 19:42 tucson.com
    Since 1947, the Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund has helped pay for 38,551 children to go to c…
  5. State officials caution about conditions attracting wildlife

    Kpho.com - Arizona 05.28 / 19:35 kpho.com
    An increase in urban wildlife sightings has state officials saying the public should help reduce problem encounters by eliminating things that attract wildlife into populated…
  6. 'No show' Maricopa county constable resigns

    Kpho.com - Arizona 05.28 / 18:32 kpho.com
    The Phoenix constable who had not shown up for work for several months has…
  7. Suspect killed after trying to rob Kingman home

    Abc15.com - Arizona 05.28 / 18:32 abc15.com
    The Mohave County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a suspect was shot and killed by a homeowner during an apparent home burglary Saturday…
  8. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Knau.org - Arizona (AZ) 05.28 / 17:49 knau.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  1. Utah Woman Locked Kids In Trunk While She Shopped, Police Say

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 20:11 5newsonline.com
    RIVERDALE, Utah (CNN) — A woman is facing child abuse charges after she locked her two children in the trunk of her car while she shopped at a Walmart in Utah, police say. Tori Lee Castillo, 39, was arrested after she returned to the car. Her children, ages 2 and 5, were taken by the Division of Child and Family Services and handed over to a responsible party, Riverdale City Police Department said in a statement. Police said they received…
  2. THV11 Summer Cereal Drive celebrating...

    Thv11.com - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 20:05 thv11.com
    The 17th annual Summer Cereal Drive kicks off in…
  3. NASA Spacecraft Finds Storms On Jupiter

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 19:51 ualrpublicradio.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And this is Lulu's log - stardate May 28, 2017, where we consider matters of space, the stars, the universe and planets. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GARCIA-NAVARRO: Big surprises from the biggest planet in the solar system. NASA's Juno spacecraft has been circling Jupiter for almost a year collecting data. The first results from the mission have finally arrived, and it's everything strange and wonderful - massive storms, electron…
  4. After Rio Olympics, Gutted Venues, Broken Promises

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 19:51 ualrpublicradio.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: For the athletes, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio were full of triumph and defeat, victory laps and tears, all the usual themes. But the legacy of those games for the host city... (SOUNDBITE OF MONTAGE) UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: The Rio Olympic organizers have a $40 million debt for setting up Olympic facilities that are now in decay. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: A brand new velodrome built at huge expense, barely used, its track already…
  5. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 19:51 ualrpublicradio.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  6. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 19:51 ualrpublicradio.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  7. Sheriff’s Deputy Among The Eight Dead In Rural Mississippi Shooting

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 19:08 5newsonline.com
    BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (KFSM) —  A suspected gunman is in custody after eight people, including a sheriff’s deputy, were shot to death Saturday (May 27) night in Lincoln County, according to Mississippi Bureau of Investigation (MBI). The MBI said the shootings started around 11:30 p.m. at an address in Bogue Chitto, where the deputy and three females were found dead. Another crime scene was found in Brookhaven, where the bodies of two boys were found. A third crime scene is at …
  8. 7th-Grader Gets ‘Most Likely To Become A Terrorist’ Award

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 05.28 / 18:11 5newsonline.com
    HOUSTON, Texas (CNN) — No, your eyes are not deceiving you. These are real certificates that were typed up and presented to 7th graders at Lance Cpl. Anthony Aguirre Junior High School in Houston. “MOST LIKELY TO BECOME A TERRORIST,” one reads, inside a border of cheerful stars. Another, given to a student in the same class, reads “MOST LIKELY TO BLEND IN WITH WHITE PEOPLE.” Lauren Easton, whose sister received the “white people” award, told CNN…
  1. Bay Area political events: Guns, LGBT rights

    Sfgate.com. - San Francisco, Bay Area 05.28 / 20:23 sfgate.com.
    Bay Area political events: Guns, LGBT rights Political events Elizabeth Warren event: A conversation with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, 3301 Lyon St. in San Francisco. The discussion is part of an all-day event organized around opposition to President Trump. For National Gun Violence Awareness Day, activists are asking people to wear orange to stand against gun violence. Gun violence march: A march across the Golden…
  2. School responds after Los Gatos High students' prom invites depict blackface, lynching

    Sfgate.com. - San Francisco, Bay Area 05.28 / 20:23 sfgate.com.
    Los Gatos High School administrators are responding after reports of two racist prom invitations to the May 13 dance have come to…
  3. Surfer Magazine founder John Severson dies at 83

    Dailybreeze.com - California (CA) 05.28 / 20:01 dailybreeze.com
    The surf world is mourning the father of surf media, John Severson, an influential film-maker and Surfer magazine creator who died in his sleep Friday. He was 83.Severson spent his early years in San Clemente and fell in love with the culture while spending his youth riding waves off Orange County's…
  4. Room with a view: Democrats get serious about the 29th State Senate District recall effort

    Oc-breeze.com - Northwest Orange County 05.28 / 19:56 oc-breeze.com
    Because my husband is registered as a Democrat1, he recently received a flyer signed by Eric C. Bauman, Chair of the California Democratic Party, concerning the 29th State Senate District recall effort. The flyer was printed in four colors on 8½ by fourteen inch card stock.The CDP paid real money to print and mail the […] The post Room with a view: Democrats get serious about the 29th State Senate District recall effort appeared first on Orange County…
  5. Printable sudoku and crossword puzzles for the fifth week of May 2017

    Oc-breeze.com - Northwest Orange County 05.28 / 19:56 oc-breeze.com
    We continue a fun addition to our monthly Dining, Arts & Entertainment publication (DARTS) — printable sudoku and crossword puzzles for the fifth week of May 2017! The last two pages of DARTS give our readers an opportunity to challenge themselves with: a crossword; a sudoku; and a Crypto Fun! Fun extended through the month […] The post Printable sudoku and crossword puzzles for the fifth week of May 2017 appeared first on Orange County B…
  6. Surfer Magazine founder John Severson dies at 83

    Presstelegram.com - Long Beach 05.28 / 19:53 presstelegram.com
    The surf world is mourning the father of surf media, John Severson, an influential film-maker and Surfer magazine creator who died in his sleep Friday. He was 83.Severson spent his early years in San Clemente and fell in love with the culture while spending his youth riding waves off Orange County's…
  7. San Jose police investigate deadly officer-involved shooting

    Abc7news.com - California (CA) 05.28 / 19:43 abc7news.com
    Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead early Sunday morning in San Jose, police…
  8. Women's Museum to unveil One Hundred Years of One Hundred Handbags exhibit

    Sdnews.com - San Diego 05.28 / 19:39 sdnews.com
    The Women's Museum of California (www.womensmuseumca.org) welcomes the public to explore a new fashion history exhibit in the museum gallery, One Hundred Years of One Hundred Handbags, running…
  1. The Latest: Cannes host Bellucci: Film violence mirrors life

    Growingdenver.com - Denver 05.28 / 20:15 growingdenver.com
    CANNES, France — The Latest on the Cannes Film Festival (all times local): 7:20 p.m. The Cannes Film Festival awards show is underway, with Italian actress Monica Bellucci as host. In her opening speech, the Italian actress defended the role of violence in movies, saying they only reflect the violence of the real world. Bellucci said, “Cinema takes its inspiration from reality.” “Nothing is more violent than reality,” she added. “Cinema only plays its role as a mirror.” The festival ... The…
  2. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 05.28 / 19:49 kawc.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  3. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 05.28 / 19:49 kawc.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  4. Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon shows off custom Memorial Day cleats

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 05.28 / 19:35 kdvr.com
    DENVER — Colorado Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon showed off some custom cleats made just for Memorial Day. The Nike cleats are camo in the front. One has the U.S. Marine Corps logo emblazoned on the side and the other has the iconic image of Marines planting the American flag in the ground at the Battle of Iwo Jima. The backs of the shoes feature an eagle, the stars and stripes of the American flag, and the words “Semper Fi.” “Proud to […
  5. Deputy among 8 killed in shooting spree in Mississippi; suspect in custody

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 05.28 / 19:35 kdvr.com
    LINCOLN COUNTY, Miss. — A sheriff’s deputy is among eight people killed in a shooting spree in Lincoln County, Mississippi. Authorities from multiple agencies took Willie Cory Godbolt into custody in Brookhaven Sunday morning after shootings in three separate locations, according to the Clarion-Ledger, daily newspaper based in Jackson. It started with a report of a domestic violence incident in the community of Bogue Chitto at about 11:30 p.m., the paper reported. Investigators…
  6. Watch: Crazy crash at Indy 500 takes out two cars

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 05.28 / 18:33 kdvr.com
    INDIANAPOLIS — A scary crash took out two cars in the “Biggest Race in the World” on Sunday. In the 53rd lap of the Indianapolis 500, driver Jay Howard clipped the wall, swerved back to the left, missed one car and clipped Scott Dixon‘s car. The crash sent Dixon’s car airborne, and pieces of the car flew off as it flipped and twisted through the air before hitting the top of the wall. Glad to see both drivers are okay after …
  7. Manchester residents honor bombing victims with bee tattoos

    Fox21news.com - Colorado 05.28 / 18:33 fox21news.com
    MANCHESTER (CNN) — As Manchester heals after the suicide bombing that claimed 22 lives on Monday, people lay flowers at makeshift memorials &…
  8. 3 men shot after argument at party in Montbello

    Thedenverchannel.com - Colorado 05.28 / 18:33 thedenverchannel.com
    Two men are in critical condition after being shot outside a Montbello house…
  1. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 05.28 / 20:11 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  2. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 05.28 / 20:11 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  3. NASA Spacecraft Finds Storms On Jupiter

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 05.28 / 20:11 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And this is Lulu's log - stardate May 28, 2017, where we consider matters of space, the stars, the universe and planets. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GARCIA-NAVARRO: Big surprises from the biggest planet in the solar system. NASA's Juno spacecraft has been circling Jupiter for almost a year collecting data. The first results from the mission have finally arrived, and it's everything strange and wonderful - massive storms, electron…
  4. After Rio Olympics, Gutted Venues, Broken Promises

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 05.28 / 20:11 wnpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: For the athletes, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio were full of triumph and defeat, victory laps and tears, all the usual themes. But the legacy of those games for the host city... (SOUNDBITE OF MONTAGE) UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: The Rio Olympic organizers have a $40 million debt for setting up Olympic facilities that are now in decay. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: A brand new velodrome built at huge expense, barely used, its track already…
  5. Stratford man dies in two-car wreck on Saturday

    Stratfordstar.com - Stratford 05.28 / 19:57 stratfordstar.com
    A Stratford man is dead and a Milford woman suffered injuries after the vehicles they... The post Stratford man dies in two-car wreck on Saturday appeared first on Stratford…
  6. PHOTOS: Wesleyan University graduates Class of 2017

    Middletownpress.com - Middletown 05.28 / 19:53 middletownpress.com
    MIDDLETOWN >> Wesleyan University held its 185th commencement ceremony Sunday on Andrus Field in Middletown. Poet, essayist and playwright Claudia Rankine gave the graduation address during morning exercises.Wesleyan presented three honorary doctorates and honored Jo Handelsman, former associate director for science at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy; and Cristina Jim#xe9;nez, executive director and cofounder of United We Dream, the largest immigrant youth-led…
  7. Sheriff’s deputy, 7 others killed in Mississippi shootings

    Foxct.com - Connecticut 05.28 / 19:35 foxct.com
    BROOKEHAVEN, Miss. — A sheriff’s deputy and seven other people were shot dead overnight in southern Mississippi, authorities said Sunday. Authorities identified Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy William Durr, 36, as the slain officer according to the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation The MBI said the shootings started around 11:30 p.m. at an address in Bogue Chitto, where the deputy and three females were found dead. Another crime scene was found in Brookhaven, where the …
  8. Following Trump's trip, Merkel says Europe can't rely on U.S. anymore

    Courant.com - Connecticut 05.28 / 19:35 courant.com
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday declared a new chapter in U.S.-European relations after contentious meetings with President Donald Trump last week, saying that Europe "really must take our fate into our own hands." Offering a tough review in the wake of Trump's trip to visit E.U.,…
  1. Preakness winner Cloud Computing to skip Belmont Stakes

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 05.28 / 20:10 wgmd.com
    NEW YORK (AP) Preakness winner Cloud Computing won’t run in the Belmont Stakes, leaving the final leg of the Triple Crown without the winners of the first two races. Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming also won’t run in the 1+-mile Belmont on June 10 in New York. Trainer Chad Brown confirmed Sunday that Cloud Computing…
  2. Homeland Secretary Kelly considers laptop ban on all flights into US

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 05.28 / 20:10 wgmd.com
    Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday he’s considering a ban on passengers carrying laptop computers on all international flights in and out of the United States. “I might,” Kelly said on “Fox News Sunday.” “There’s a real threat — numerous threats against aviation. That’s really the thing that they are obsessed with, the terrorists,…
  3. Raiders sell out season tickets despite impending move to Las Vegas

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 05.28 / 20:10 wgmd.com
    For all the outrage the Oakland Raiders’ impending move to Las Vegas generated earlier this year, it surely hasn’t hurt ticket sales. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders have sold out their season tickets for 2017, and that could be a good enough sign for the franchise to stay in the Bay Area…
  4. Tennys, anyone? For an American in Paris, plenty in a name

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 05.28 / 19:07 wgmd.com
    PARIS (AP) What’s in a name? For Tennys Sandgren, a sport and a career. And as of Sunday, the man called Tennys can say he’s played at tennis’s highest level. Sandgren, a 25-year-old from Tennessee, made his debut in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament, losing in the first round of the French…
  5. Here's what the drivers see during the Indianapolis 500

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 05.28 / 19:07 wgmd.com
    Josef Newgarden and Graham Rahal are racing with a visor cam each during the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500, giving us all a driver’s perspective of what it looks like during the prestigious event: Take a ride around @IMS with @JosefNewgarden in our new visor cam! #INDYCAR #Indy500 pic.twitter.com/lTUKiQmIbr — IndyCar Series (@IndyCar) May…
  6. PROUD AMERICAN Navy SEAL widow's event honors America’s fallen

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 05.28 / 19:07 wgmd.com
    VIRGINIA BEACH –  Three days before his 33rd birthday, Danny Quinlan received terrifying news: Doctors found he had a brain tumor and an aneurysm. It was benign. But he needed surgery to have them removed. “Happy Birthday, right?” said Quinlan, now 42. “I remember telling my daughters right before surgery: Know that I love you.…
  7. Detectives investigating if gun violence incidents in New Castle are related

    Delawareonline.com - Wilmington - 05.28 / 18:47 delawareonline.com
    A 19 year old was shot Friday night, a 20 year old was shot Saturday, and early Saturday morning someone shot at a house full of…
  8. Site of $30M Route 9 library eyed for senior housing

    Delawareonline.com - Wilmington - 05.28 / 18:47 delawareonline.com
    New Castle County government is eyeing the land behind the 30 million Route 9 library for senior…
  1. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 05.28 / 20:16 news.wfsu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  2. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 05.28 / 20:16 news.wfsu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  3. NASA Spacecraft Finds Storms On Jupiter

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 05.28 / 20:16 news.wfsu.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And this is Lulu's log - stardate May 28, 2017, where we consider matters of space, the stars, the universe and planets. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GARCIA-NAVARRO: Big surprises from the biggest planet in the solar system. NASA's Juno spacecraft has been circling Jupiter for almost a year collecting data. The first results from the mission have finally arrived, and it's everything strange and wonderful - massive storms, electron…
  4. Escambia and Santa Rosa arrests

    Pnj.com - Florida (FL) 05.28 / 19:56 pnj.com
    Felony and DUI arrests in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties on Saturday, May 27,…
  5. Coral Springs Restaurant Kicks Family Out because Toddler was Playing with Salt

    Coralspringstalk.com - Coral Springs 05.28 / 19:40 coralspringstalk.com
    A Coral Springs family alleges they were asked to leave a restaurant all because their daughter was dumping salt on the table and playing with…
  6. Orphaned otter pups growing up at wildlife hospital

    Floridatoday.com - Local 05.28 / 19:39 www.floridatoday.com
    These female otters are roughly 3 and 4 months old, and they arrived at the Palm Shores animal facility with six days of each other in m…
  7. SpaceX completes test fire, targets Thursday launch

    Mynews13.com - Florida 05.28 / 19:35 mynews13.com
    SpaceX successfully conducted a test of its Falcon 9 rocket known as a “static test fire” Sunday aft…
  8. Homeland security chief defends Kushner's alleged proposal for 'back channel' to the Russians as 'a good thing"

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 05.28 / 19:16 colleges.tampabay.com
    Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, the lone administration official to speak out publicly about reports that Jared Kushner sought a back channel to communicate with the Russian government, defended the move, saying it was a "good thing" for the U.S.…
  1. WATCH: Suspected killer of 8 in Mississippi blames domestic dispute

    Fox5atlanta.com - Georgia (GA) 05.28 / 20:17 fox5atlanta.com
    A man who got into an argument with his estranged wife over their children was arrested in a house-to-house shooting rampage in rural Mississippi that left eight people dead, including a sheriff's deputy. "I ain't fit to live, not after what I done," a handcuffed Willie Corey Godbolt, 35, told The Clarion Ledger. The shootings took place at three homes Saturday night -- two in Brookhaven and one in Bogue Chitto -- about 70 miles south of Jackson, after authorities got a…
  2. Second crash on Hwy. 80 at Bull River Bridge slows all lanes of traffic

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 05.28 / 20:12 wtoc.com
    A second accident has brought traffic to a halt in both…
  3. Bobby Ray Youngblood

    Pikecountygeorgia.com - Georgia (GA) 05.28 / 19:55 pikecountygeorgia.com
    Mr. Bobby Ray Youngblood, age 81, of Griffin, passed away on Friday, May 26, 2017 at his residence. Mr. Youngblood was born on August 24, 1935 in Griffin, to the late Charlie Youngblood and the late Dellie Harper Youngblood. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Elaine Manderson Youngblood and son, David Youngblood. Mr. Youngblood was a veteran of the U S Army. He served during the Berlin Crisis and was stationed in Germany. He was a member of the Midway United Methodist Church.…
  4. Victim ID'd after Grady Co. shooting

    Walb.com - Georgia 05.28 / 19:35 walb.com
    One man is dead following a shooting in Grady County Friday…
  5. Body of 55-year-old Smyrna woman found off Park Marina on Lake Allatoona.

    Johndruckenmiller.com - Georgia (GA) 05.28 / 19:19 johndruckenmiller.com
      Media release: Just after 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement game wardens located and recovered the body of 55-year-old Rhonda Tibbs of Smyrna near Park Marina on Allatoona Lake. She had last been seen Friday night on the dock at the marina. After receiving the missing person’s report, the officers […
  6. Second crash on Hwy. 80 at Bull River Bridge shuts down E.B and W.B. lanes of traffic

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 05.28 / 19:10 wtoc.com
    A second accident has brought traffic to a halt in both…
  7. 12 people shot at Phenix City party Sunday morning

    Walb.com - Georgia 05.28 / 18:33 walb.com
     Phenix City police are investigating after 12 people were shot at a party early Sunday…
  8. VIDEO: Boy thrown from CA water slide

    Walb.com - Georgia 05.28 / 18:33 walb.com
    The slide will remain closed as the city investigates the…
  1. Maui Weekly Obituary Notices: May 28, 2017

    Mauinow.com - Maui 05.28 / 19:52 mauinow.com
    May they rest in peace. Maui Weekly Obituary Notices for the week of May 28,…
  2. Muslims thankful for support after rant, deadly attack

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 05.28 / 19:36 staradvertiser.com
    PORTLAND, Ore. >> Muslims in Portland, Oregon, thanked the community for its support and said they were raising money for the families of two men who were killed when they came to the defense of two young women — one wearing a hijab — who were targeted by an anti-Muslim…
  3. Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 05.28 / 19:36 staradvertiser.com
    WASHINGTON >> Congressional Democrats today demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with Russia, saying the security clearance of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law may need to be revoked. Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks in a flurry of tweets as “fabricated…
  4. Friends recall only nurse killed by hostile fire in Vietnam

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 05.28 / 18:33 staradvertiser.com
    CLEVELAND >> Minutes before 6 a.m., Army nurse Martha Green woke with a jolt to a thunderous explosion half a mile away. It was the steamy morning of June 8, 1969, and she was in her bed at Chu Lai base at the height of the Vietnam…
  5. King Tide Leads to Erosion at Olowalu

    Mauinow.com - Maui 05.28 / 17:51 mauinow.com
    Elevated sea levels are expected to continue, so the flooding threat may be repeated during the times of the highest tides over the next couple of…
  6. Waikō Road Closed, Downed Utility Pole

    Mauinow.com - Maui 05.28 / 17:51 mauinow.com
    Waikō Road at Waiale Road is closed to traffic due to a downed utility …
  7. U.S. official mulling greatly expanded airplane laptop ban

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 05.28 / 17:23 staradvertiser.com
    WASHINGTON >> Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said today he’s considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United…
  8. 8 dead in shooting rampage in Mississippi; suspect arrested

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 05.28 / 17:23 staradvertiser.com
    BROOKHAVEN, Miss. >> A man who apparently got into a dispute with his wife and in-laws was arrested in a house-to-house shooting rampage in rural Mississippi that left eight people dead, including a sheriff’s…
  1. Kazakhstan officials visit Yellowstone National Park

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 05.28 / 19:16 idahostatejournal.com
    HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Officials in Kazakhstan are looking to Yellowstone National Park and their counterparts in Montana as they work to develop tourism focused on national parks at h…
  2. Trial set for former high school science teacher

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 05.28 / 19:16 idahostatejournal.com
    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — A late summer trial is scheduled for a former Lake City High School science teacher who faces lewd conduct c…
  3. Gregg Allman On World Cafe

    Editor's Note: Gregg Allman died May 27, 2017, at the age of 69. He's remembered by the music world as a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and one of the pioneers of Southern rock. We revisit Allman's last visit to World Cafe in 2011, when he performed songs from his seventh solo studio album, Low Country Blues. As one of the founding members of the Allman Brothers Band , Gregg Allman is widely regarded as a pioneer in rock and blues music. The guitarist, keyboardist and singer…
  4. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  5. Nampa Public Library’s summer reading programs for all ages kicks off Saturday

    Idahopress.com - Idaho (ID) 05.28 / 17:06 idahopress.com
    NAMPA — The Nampa Public Library invites children, teens and adults to celebrate “Reading is Magic,” the library’s 2017 summer reading program…
  6. Police looking for driver who allegedly assaulted jogger

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 05.28 / 17:06 idahostatejournal.com
    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Authorities are looking for a driver they say hit a jogger with his car and then choked h…
  7. Fans follow their favorite bands to Idaho's wild waters

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 05.28 / 17:06 idahostatejournal.com
    LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — As a lifelong East Coaster, Vance Skidmore is used to a terrain of cement sidewalks and s…
  8. May 28, 2017: What to Know

    Boiseweekly.com - Boise City 05.28 / 16:26 www.boiseweekly.com
    British Airways has its wings clipped, an escape at the Idaho Juvenile Correction facility, a hit-and-run in North Boise, a major upset at the French Open and gentlemen (and lady), start your engines. British Airways is recovering from a massive global computer outage that grounded nearly all of its fleet late Friday and early Saturday, stranding thousands of travelers across the…
  1. As road rage rises, experts give reasons for behavior, tips for staying cool

    The guy who is blowing his horn and purposely trying to cut you off in traffic could be someone with intermittent explosive disorder, who can blow up at minor provocations, according to psychologists. He could be someone who has an overdeveloped sense of individual rights, with a rigid,…
  2. Know a Kid Who Makes an Impact? Guaranteed Rate and the Chicago White Sox Want to Know!

    Therockfather.com - Chicago 05.28 / 19:59 therockfather.com
    Baseball season is in full-effect, and here in the Chicago area, there's some rumbling coming out of the South Side. Guaranteed Rate, the eighth largest retail mortgage lender in the nation, and the Chicago White Sox recently announced the Guaranteed Impact contest, which will honor kids and teens who are making a positive difference in their communities or schools.  The Guaranteed Impact winners will be recognized at a home White Sox game with a shout-out from announcers with their photo o…
  3. House Fire on Wilshire Drive, Just Northwest of Dundee Rd and Elmhurst Rd, Wheeling

    Wheeling police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 1:34 PM Sunday Report of a fire in a trash can that spread to a house in the block of 100 Wilshire Drive Wheeling, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report of a fire in a trash can that spread to a house. Crew on arrival reports a fire…
  4. Three Arrested in Streamwood Following Attempted Vehicular Hijacking, Police Chase from Elgin

    Elgin police responded about 11:00 p.m. Wednesday May 24, 2017 to a report of a man with a gun in the block of 100 South Randall Road. Officers spoke with two women who reported that two men wearing dark-colored hooded sweatshirts approached them on foot while they were exiting their vehicle. The women said one…
  5. 8 dead in shooting rampage in Mississippi; suspect arrested

    Abc7chicago.com - Chicago 05.28 / 19:39 abc7chicago.com
    Authorities in Mississippi say a suspect is in custody after eight people were killed in a shooting, including a sheriff's…
  6. The Latest: Hunter-Reay loses engine at Indy 500

    Abcnews.go.com - Chicago 05.28 / 19:39 abcnews.go.com
    The latest from the biggest day in motorsports, from Monaco to Indianapolis to…
  7. Illinois House taking a crack at budget

    Pantagraph.com - Illinois 05.28 / 19:35 pantagraph.com
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois House is holding a public review of a state budget p…
  8. IL Lottery

    Pantagraph.com - Illinois 05.28 / 19:35 pantagraph.com
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) _ These Illinois lotteries were drawn…
  1. Johnson County Police warn of phone scams after man loses $1,300

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 05.28 / 19:10 cbs4indy.com
    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Police in Johnson County are warning the public to look out for phone scams after a 67-year-old man lost around $1,300. William Smith told police that he had received a call from a male claiming to be with Publishers Clearing House and reportedly informed Smith that he won $850,000 and a Mercedes Benz. Smith said that the man told him to wire money first to claim the prize. According to a police report, Smith said that…
  2. Police in Johnson County arrest Missouri man for drugs during traffic stop

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 05.28 / 18:12 cbs4indy.com
    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Authorities in Johnson County arrested a Missouri man for drugs during a traffic stop Friday afternoon. Jason White, 35, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana after police pulled him over for allegedly driving 74 mph in a 55 mph zone. Police observed White traveling westbound on SR44 near CR 600 E. in a silver Ford sedan. Police conducted a traffic stop and said White became nervous during the stop. A…
  3. Indiana court takes up Lake Michigan property rights case

    Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN) 05.28 / 17:14 dailyjournal.net
    INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court is taking up a long-running dispute over private property rights and public access to Lake Michigan. The (Northwest Indiana) Times reports (http://bit.ly/2r23Ihr ) the high court will decide in the coming weeks whether to vacate a December state Court of Appeals decision that all parties to the case…
  4. Earlham College launches new Peace Corps Prep program

    Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN) 05.28 / 17:14 dailyjournal.net
    RICHMOND, Ind. — An Indiana liberal arts college is launching a new program designed to prepare its students for service in the Peace Corps. Earlham College says its Peace Corps Prep program will boost the Quaker-affiliated school’s longstanding commitments to peace, social justice and global understanding when it starts this fall. The Richmond school…
  5. Conservation easement protects 400 acres of Indiana habitat

    Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN) 05.28 / 17:14 dailyjournal.net
    MARSHALL, Ind. — A western Indiana nature lover has reached a deal with a conservation group to protect nearly 400 acres of woodlands that are home to rare and endangered plants and animals. Joe McCurdy’s conservation easement with the Central Indiana Land Trust means the 394 acres in Parke County can never be developed.…
  6. Most Chipotle restaurants hacked with credit card stealing malware

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 05.28 / 17:00 cbs4indy.com
    NEW YORK — A cybersecurity attack that hit most Chipotle restaurants allowed hackers to steal credit card information from customers, the burrito chain confirmed. The company first acknowledged the breach on April 25. But a blog post on Friday revealed the kind of malware used in the attack and the restaurants that were affected. The list of attacked locations is extensive and includes many major U.S. cities. When CNNMoney asked the company Sunday about the scale of the attack,…
  7. Rick Santorum to President Trump: Stop tweeting

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 05.28 / 17:00 cbs4indy.com
    WASHINGTON — Former senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he believes the Trump administration could be doing well, if only the President would stop doing one thing: Tweeting. “If you tweet every day and complain about the media and complain about how you are being treated, you’re going to be sidetracked and you’re not going to get your deals done. That’s the message,” Santorum said straight into the camera during Sunday…
  8. Indy 500 Red Carpet Pics, 2017 Edition

    Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Sharna Burgess, and other stars turned out for the Indy 500 Red Carpet ahead of the 101st Running of the…
  1. Sheriff's deputy among 8 dead in Mississippi shootings, police say

    Journalexpress.net - Knoxville 05.28 / 19:49 journalexpress.net
    Eight people are dead, including a sheriff's deputy, after shootings on Saturday night in three homes in rural…
  2. Emotions run high as Eastern Iowa volunteers honor deceased veterans

    Thegazette.com - Cedar Rapids 05.28 / 19:45 thegazette.com
    CEDAR RAPIDS — Johnathon Endicott said he loved that his grandfather always had vanilla sandwich cookies in his pantry he could eat whenever he came over. Even with happy memories like…
  3. ‘The Bravest Guy:’ Story of World War II veteran from Iowa told in new book

    Thegazette.com - Cedar Rapids 05.28 / 18:43 thegazette.com
    CEDAR RAPIDS — Don Wedewer faced death — twice. While serving in World War II, he lost both his legs in a blast on the battlefield. Two days later, he lost his eyesight in…
  4. Time Machine: Ellis Park Pool

    Thegazette.com - Cedar Rapids 05.28 / 18:43 thegazette.com
    “Pageantry, music, color and beauty will blend into a harmonious backdrop for the formal launching of the new municipal swimming pool at Ellis Park,” The Gazette reported in…
  5. UPDATE: Two boys, sheriff's deputy among 8 dead after gunman's rampage in Mississippi

    Kwwl.com - Iowa 05.28 / 18:33 www.kwwl.com
     Authorities in Mississippi say a suspect is in custody after eight people were killed in a shooting, including a sheriff's deputy.…
  6. 10 Reasons Why Metallica's 'Load' Is Better Than You Remember

    Krna.com - Iowa (IA) 05.28 / 18:12 krna.com
    Not a fan of Metallica's 'Load?' We've got 10 reasons why you should reconsider! Continue…
  7. Gregg Allman On World Cafe

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 05.28 / 17:49 kwit.org
    Editor's Note: Gregg Allman died May 27, 2017, at the age of 69. He's remembered by the music world as a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and one of the pioneers of Southern rock. We revisit Allman's last visit to World Cafe in 2011, when he performed songs from his seventh solo studio album, Low Country Blues. As one of the founding members of the Allman Brothers Band , Gregg Allman is widely regarded as a pioneer in rock and blues music. The guitarist, keyboardist and singer…
  8. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 05.28 / 17:49 kwit.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  1. Professor’s reopens with fresh take on famous favorites

    Hayspost.com - Hays 05.28 / 19:45 hayspost.com
    By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post The Jensen family has brought back the famous Professor’s barbecue sauce along with all the other sandwiches that made the restaurant a Hays staple. Professor’s first opened in 1976 and has had multiple owners. Amy and Mike Jensen have owned Professor’s since 2003, but handed it off to another operator [R…
  2. Motorcyclist flown to area hospital following crash in southwest Lawrence

    Ljworld.com - Kansas 05.28 / 19:38 www2.ljworld.com
    The motorcyclist, a 49-year-old man, was injured in a crash with a Kia SUV at about 9:50 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Kasold Drive and Clinton Parkway Court, Lawrence Police Department Sgt. Amy Rhoads said in a…
  3. Topeka Fire Department investigating early morning apartment fire

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 05.28 / 17:48 ksnt.com
    The Fire Investigation Unit says the fire started in the kitchen of the apartment and estimated loss is around…
  4. To many Americans, Memorial Day has lost its meaning

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 05.28 / 16:36 ksnt.com
    Some veterans and loved ones of fallen military members wish the holiday that honors more than 1 million people who died serving their…
  5. Little Rock police investigate 2 unrelated homicides

    Ksla.com - Arkansas 05.28 / 16:18 www.ksla.com
    Police in Little Rock are looking for suspects in two weekend homicides they believe are…
  6. Authorities investigate double murder-suicide in Arkansas

    Ksla.com - Arkansas 05.28 / 16:18 www.ksla.com
    Police in Fort Smith are investigating the deaths of three men in what investigators believe is a double…
  7. Armed robbery on Shunga Trail

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 05.28 / 15:32 ksnt.com
    The victims said they were walking on the trail near McDonald Field when two males on bicycles pulled up behind them and stole two cell…
  8. Police say 8 dead in Mississippi shooting

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 05.28 / 15:32 ksnt.com
    The suspect said in an interview after his arrest that "suicide by cop" was his…
  1. Two Scientists, Two Different Approaches To Saving Bees From Poison Dust

    Wkms.org - Murray 05.28 / 20:11 wkms.org
    It's planting time in America. Farmers are spending long days on their tractors, pulling massive planters across millions of acres of farmland, dropping corn and soybean seeds into the ground. Most of those seeds have been coated with pesticides known as neonicotinoids, or neonics for short. And despite attempts by pesticide makers to reduce this, some of that coating is getting rubbed off the seeds and blown into the air. That dust is settling on the ground, on ponds, and on vegetation…
  2. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Wkms.org - Murray 05.28 / 20:11 wkms.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  3. Let's Define All Those Terms You See In Headlines About Russia

    Wkms.org - Murray 05.28 / 20:11 wkms.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: If you've had trouble keeping up with the latest news on potential contact between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia, you are not alone. Developments have been relentless. Just Friday night, The Washington Post reported that White House adviser Jared Kushner may have tried to set up a secret line of communication between the Trump transition team and the Russian government. But it's not just the constant stream…
  4. Colombia's FARC Guerrillas Are Set To Miss Disarmament Deadline

    Wkms.org - Murray 05.28 / 20:11 wkms.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Colombia, a key deadline is approaching. Under a deal to end the country's half-century-long guerrilla war, the Marxist rebel group known as the FARC must lay down its weapons by the end of this month. But as John Otis reports, disarming the guerrillas is complicated. JOHN OTIS, BYLINE: Rather than mapping out attacks or taking target practice, about a dozen FARC rebels are building a fish farm. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON:…
  5. Heath: Memorial Day A Time for Remembrance

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 05.28 / 20:10 westkentuckystar.com
    As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, it is important that we take some time to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in giving their lives for this great nation. The brave men and women who took the fall for our freedom are owed far more than we could ever be repaid. While we use this holiday for many purposes, including visiting with family, grilling out in the backyard, or maybe just a day off work or school, we must not cease to remember that this special day carries far…
  6. Heath: Memorial Day A Time for Remembrance

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 05.28 / 20:10 westkentuckystar.com
    As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, it is important that we take some time to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in giving their lives for this great nation. The brave men and women who took the fall for our freedom are owed far more than we could ever be repaid. While we use this holiday for many purposes, including visiting with family, grilling out in the backyard, or maybe just a day off work or school, we must not cease to remember that this special day carries far…
  7. Heath: Memorial Day A Time for Remembrance

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 05.28 / 20:10 westkentuckystar.com
    As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, it is important that we take some time to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in giving their lives for this great nation. The brave men and women who took the fall for our freedom are owed far more than we could ever be repaid. While we use this holiday for many purposes, including visiting with family, grilling out in the backyard, or maybe just a day off work or school, we must not cease to remember that this special day carries far…
  8. Decision on Ramaco mine not expected until midsummer

    Wdrb.com - Kentucky (KY) 05.28 / 20:10 wdrb.com
    A decision on whether a Kentucky company will be allowed to open what would be Wyoming's first major coal mine in decades isn't expected until…
  1. Baltimore mayor exploring removal of Confederate statues

    A commission appointed by the previous mayor recommended removing a monument to Marylander Roger B. Taney, the Supreme Court justice who wrote the Dred Scott decision denying citizenship to African-Americans, as well as a statue of two Virginians — the Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and "Stonewall" J…
  2. 8 dead in shooting rampage in Mississippi; suspect arrested

    (AP) — A man who got into an argument with his estranged wife over their children was arrested in a house-to-house shooting rampage in rural Mississippi that left eight people dead, including his mother-in-law and a sheriff's deputy. The gunfire erupted Saturday night at a home in Bogue Chitto after the deputy arrived in response to a domestic disturbance call, and spread to two houses in nearby Brookhaven, about 70 miles (110 kilometers) south of Jackson. [...] a witness and Godbolt h…
  3. St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office investigating skydiving accident

    Klfy.com - Louisiana (LA) 05.28 / 19:50 klfy.com
    A preliminary investigation indicates that a skydiver instructor, and a trainee, performed a tandem jump early this morning when for…
  4. Science center to fund research into surf clams, quahogs

    Ksla.com - Louisiana 05.28 / 18:33 www.ksla.com
    A fisheries science center is funding research projects designed to learn more about a pair of valuable ocean…
  5. My Favorite Memorial Day Tributes for 2017

    710keel.com - Louisiana (LA) 05.28 / 17:53 710keel.com
    Take a moment this weekend to remember those who have lost their lives fighting for our freedom. It's also a time to remember the families left behind. For many who have served or those currently serving, they have been touched directly by loss... Continue…
  6. Report: Capital One Bank debit card snafu has customers seeing green

    Klfy.com - Louisiana (LA) 05.28 / 17:49 klfy.com
    KLFY has reached out to Capital One Bank. The agent that we spoke said the bank's Chairman and CEO has been made aware of the…
  7. UPDATE: Suspect confesses to reporter; 8 dead in Mississippi shooting rampage, including deputy

    Klfy.com - Louisiana (LA) 05.28 / 17:49 klfy.com
    The deputy's name and the names of the other victims, have not yet been…
  8. Gregg Allman On World Cafe

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 05.28 / 17:49 krvs.org
    Editor's Note: Gregg Allman died May 27, 2017, at the age of 69. He's remembered by the music world as a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and one of the pioneers of Southern rock. We revisit Allman's last visit to World Cafe in 2011, when he performed songs from his seventh solo studio album, Low Country Blues. As one of the founding members of the Allman Brothers Band , Gregg Allman is widely regarded as a pioneer in rock and blues music. The guitarist, keyboardist and singer…
  1. Fleet Week skydiver in New York Harbor injured when chute fails

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 19:36 bangordailynews.com
    An eyewitness told NJ.com that he saw a parachutist plunging into the river when his chute failed to…
  2. Trump lashes out at media after ducking press questions on trip

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 19:36 bangordailynews.com
    President Donald Trump lashed out at the “fake news” media in a series of Twitter messages on Sunday after wrapping up his first foreign trip as president without once holding a news con…
  3. Following Trump’s trip, Merkel says Europe can’t rely on US anymore

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 18:33 bangordailynews.com
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared a new chapter in U.S.-European relations after contentious meetings with President Donald Trump last week, saying that Europe “really must take our fate into our own h…
  4. London flight chaos lingers as British Airways revives computers

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 18:33 bangordailynews.com
    British Airways said many of its computer systems are running again as the carrier pushed to recover from a massive technology failure that disrupted hundreds of flights and stranded thousands of passengers worldwide over the past two…
  5. Laptop ban may expand to all international flights

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 18:33 bangordailynews.com
    Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said he may ban laptop computers in the cabins of all international flights into and out of the U.S. amid continuing terrorist…
  6. Canada Tells Bates Grads "The Best of America is Yet to Come."

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 05.28 / 17:53 news.mpbn.net
    LEWISTON, Maine- Social activist, educator, and author, Geoffrey Canada, has told the Bates College Class of 2017 that it takes "heroic sacrifice" to make a country…
  7. Sheriff’s deputy among 8 dead in Mississippi shootings, police say

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 17:24 bangordailynews.com
    Eight people are dead, including a sheriff’s deputy, after shootings Saturday night in three homes in rural M…
  8. North Korea tests anti-aircraft system to ‘spoil the enemy’s wild dream to command the air’

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 05.28 / 17:24 bangordailynews.com
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test of a new anti-aircraft weapon system and ordered its mass production and deployment throughout the country after weeks of defiant ballistic missile…
  1. Maryland Beats Boston College, Wins Women’s Lacrosse Title

    Top-seeded Maryland beat Boston College 16-13 in the NCAA women's lacrosse championship…
  2. Police: Man Dies After Being Assaulted In Hotel Parking Lot

    Police say a 24-year-old man has died after being assaulted by a group of people in a hotel parking lot near Washington,…
  3. Capitals to play at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

    Baltimoresun.com - Maryland 05.28 / 18:33 www.baltimoresun.com
    Washington will host Toronto in outdoor game on March…
  4. For Delaware female vets, every day is a struggle

    Delmarvanow.com - Salisbury 05.28 / 17:48 delmarvanow.com
    Delaware Air Force vet connects female veterans suffering from mental…
  5. Driver charged with DUI after colliding with state trooper, police say

    Delmarvanow.com - Salisbury 05.28 / 17:48 delmarvanow.com
    Kathleen West of West Ocean City was charged with DUI after turning into the path of an oncoming state police…
  6. Study explores way to stave off heart attacks in HIV patients

    Baltimoresun.com - Maryland 05.28 / 17:24 www.baltimoresun.com
    People infected with HIV can now live long, healthy lives — so long as they don't have a heart attack. Cardiovascular problems among HIV patients are emerging as the latest threat they face and a major challenge for medical experts, whose success using antiretroviral drugs to prolong p…
  7. Making 'a central place to celebrate' veterans, families in Howard County

    Baltimoresun.com - Maryland 05.28 / 17:24 www.baltimoresun.com
    Robert Gillette remembers how deeply affected he was during his years in the Navy each time he watched a shipmate lay eyes for the first time on a baby born while the sailors were at sea. Gillette, president of the Howard County Veterans Foundation, said a top goal of the new Howard County…
  8. Sources: Caps To Host Leafs In Outdoor Game At Navy

    ANNAPOLIS (AP) — The NHL will play an outdoor game at a U.S. service academy for the first time when the Washington Capitals host the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland,…
  1. The Latest: Slain Mississippi deputy a dad and a 'great guy'

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 05.28 / 20:17 westernmassnews.com
    A witness says a Mississippi man had been arguing with his estranged wife about their children when he opened fire inside his in-laws' home after a sheriff's deputy…
  2. Oyster Festival 5K runners coast across finish line

    Over 80 runners, salty with sweat, finished the fourth annual Oyster Festival 5K Sunday morning. One of these was Neal Mullane, who finished the race with his triplets in a stroller. Mullane has numbers on his stroller from all the races he has run this year with his children. So far, they have run 35 races together total. Others also brought their families to cheer them on or participate in the race with them,…
  3. 2 Men Stabbed At Haverhill Bar

    Boston.cbslocal.com - Boston 05.28 / 19:40 boston.cbslocal.com
    Haverhill Police said the altercation happened around 1 a.m. at the Barking Dog Ale House on Washington…
  4. Rain or Shine: Belmont’s Memorial Day Parade Monday @ 11AM

    Belmontonian.com - Belmontonian 05.28 / 18:58 belmontonian.com
    Photo: While the weather forecast is calling for a bit of rain just after noon, the prospects of Monday showers will not stop this year’s Belmont Memorial Day Parade. After the annual event was postponed last year until June due to expected heavy rain (which did not show up) and the subsequent observance was sparsely…
  5. Community on track to honor veterans

    The CapeFLYER sped through Wareham Sunday morning, flagged down by Wareham residents ready to thank veterans this Memorial Day weekend. The Honor Guard and ROTC were present at the event, as were children, dogs and families of those in the military. The veterans came from Boston and took the train to Hyannis, said Alan Slavin, a town selectman. They spent the day in Hyannis before traveling back. Slavin said he…
  6. Breaking: Water rescue at West End Breakwater in Provincetown

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 05.28 / 18:38 capecod.com
    PROVINCETOWN – The astronomically high tides nearly turned tragic in Provincetown Sunday afternoon. Around 1:50 PM several people became stranded by the high tide after it washed over parts of the West End Breakwater, a popular walking route to Long Point. According to reports two people wound up in the chilly waters and got caught…
  7. SHINE program seeks volunteer health benefit advisors

    By Nathan Lamb Want to make a difference in your community as a volunteer health benefit advisor? If so, the Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) SHINE program could use your help. SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone) is a network of volunteer health benefits counselors who have been trained and certified to provide free…
  8. Ways to stay safe when heading out on the river Memorial Day weekend

    Wwlp.com - Massachusetts 05.28 / 18:34 wwlp.com
    22News is working for you with what you should know before you dip into the cold, river…
  1. Forecast: June kicks off with sunshine and mild temps. in mid-Michigan

    Themorningsun.com - MI 05.28 / 20:05 themorningsun.com
    Afternoon Memorial Day barbecues and other outdoor activities in mid-Michigan could endure stormy weather Monday as the National Weather Service calls for a chance of ran and breezy conditions to kick off the week. A 30 percent chance of storms and thunderstorms after 2…
  2. Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued for southeast Michigan through 8 p.m. Sunday

    A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for all of southeast Michigan through 8 p.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.Heavy thunderstorms are expected to begin passing through the area beginning as early as 3 p.m. today, with the possibiity of hail and damaging…
  3. Michigan lawmakers mull tax credits for donations

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 05.28 / 19:37 woodtv.com
    Some state Senate Republicans are hoping to restore tax credits eliminated in 2011 that benefited taxpayers making charitable…
  4. Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

    Fox17online.com - Michigan 05.28 / 19:36 fox17online.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with Russia, saying the security clearance of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law may need to be revoked. Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks, calling them “fabricated lies,” in a flurry of tweets. And his Homeland Security h…
  5. Across the seas, Donald Trump has many feeling sorry for America - and him

    On.freep.com - Michigan (MI) 05.28 / 19:11 on.freep.com
    It is heartbreaking to travel the world and hear from people how sorry they feel for…
  6. Balloon Glow lights up Frankenmuth on Memorial Day Weekend

    The Balloon Glow is a nightly event this Memorial Day Weekend that is part of the Balloons over Bavarian Inn at the River Place Shops in…
  7. Severe storm watch issued for 17 Michigan counties

    The National Weather Service has issued a severe weather watch for 17 Michigan counties, including Jackson…
  8. Knit-in to be held in Gratiot County

    Themorningsun.com - MI 05.28 / 19:03 themorningsun.com
    A free knit-in will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 24, at the Commission on Aging located at 515 S. Pine River St. in Ithaca.Local knitters from Hats Galore who knit and crochet hats for children and adults receiving or recovering from medical treatment that has caused hair loss and Commission on Aging's Mitten Makers who knit and crochet hats, mittens and scarves school youngsters are gathering to volunteer their time and crafts to better the lives of…
  1. Baseball: Randolph reaches sub-section finals

    Republican-eagle.com - Minnesota (MN) 05.28 / 19:58 republican-eagle.com
    Republican EagleTrailing third-seeded Schaeffer Academy 6-4 midway through the fourth inning, second-seeded Randolph put up eight runs in the bottom of the fourth en route to a 13-7 victory in…
  2. Baseball: Bombers drop two, eliminated in 1AA-West

    Republican-eagle.com - Minnesota (MN) 05.28 / 19:58 republican-eagle.com
    Republican EagleCANNON FALLS – With a 3-2 loss to second-seeded Rochester Lourdes in the Section 1AA-West semifinals, followed by a 5-2 defeat at the hands of fifth-seeded Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander/Kingsland, third-seeded C…
  3. Guide to area Memorial Day observances

    Republican-eagle.com - Minnesota (MN) 05.28 / 19:58 republican-eagle.com
    Republican EagleMemorial Day observances will abound Monday, May 29. Here is a breakdown of events by community. Red Wing A brief veteran's memorial service will be 8:15 a.m. at…
  4. Memorial Day reflection

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 05.28 / 19:48 brainerddispatch.com
    Brainerd DispatchComing Tuesday, coverage of the Memorial Day ceremonies to be held in Brainerd; capturing the sights, sounds, and feelings from the moment when the city remembers the…
  5. Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

    Blogs.mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 05.28 / 19:22 blogs.mprnews.org
    Congressional Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with…
  6. Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

    Mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 05.28 / 18:52 mprnews.org
    Congressional Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with…
  7. Highway 18 resurfacing, lane closures in Crow Wing County begin Tuesday

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 05.28 / 18:46 brainerddispatch.com
    Brainerd DispatchBAXTER—Motorists on Highway 18 between Highway 25 in Brainerd and Highway 169 in Garrison will encounter daytime delays while segments of the road are reduced to a single lane b…
  8. Baseball: Tauer, Wingers lock down Byron in 1AAA opener

    Republican-eagle.com - Minnesota (MN) 05.28 / 17:57 republican-eagle.com
    Republican EagleFive days since its last game, there was some pause as to how Red Wing would open the Section 1AAA playoffs. “You get into a routine in the spring s…
  1. Scattered showers, thunderstorms possible Sunday

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 05.28 / 19:36 www.wlox.com
    Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible on Sunday, with highs in the upper 80s and southwest winds 5-15…
  2. Instructor dies, trainee injured after sky diving accident in St. Tammany Parish

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 05.28 / 19:36 www.wlox.com
    The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a sky diving accident involving an instructor and a trainee Sunday…
  3. Schools across the coast all set to feed kids this summer

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 05.28 / 18:33 www.wlox.com
    For many children, the meals they eat at school are the only meals they eat all day. Schools across Mississippi are once again working this year to make sure those kids have a way to stay fed this…
  4. The Latest: Witness says shooter gunned down family, deputy

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 05.28 / 18:10 wjtv.com
    BROOKHAVEN, Mississippi (AP) — The Latest in a shooting in Mississippi that left eight people dead (all times local): ___ 12:30 p.m. A w…
  5. 8 dead in Mississippi shooting; slain deputy and suspect identified

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 05.28 / 17:24 www.wlox.com
    The MS Bureau of Investigation confirms eight people were shot and killed overnight in Lincoln County. One of those dead includes a Lincoln County…
  6. Five people shot at Moss Point nightclub

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 05.28 / 17:24 www.wlox.com
    Police are investigating a shooting that took place early Sunday morning at a Moss Point…
  7. International cyber criminals sentenced

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 05.28 / 16:58 wjtv.com
    GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — Three Nigerian nationals have been sentenced to prison for their roles in a large-scale international fraud network. &…
  8. Mississippi town fined for too much cyanide in wastewater

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 05.28 / 16:58 wjtv.com
    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi town is being fined $2,000 for discharging too much cyanide from its wastewater treatment plant. The c…
  1. Crash Reports

    Sedaliademocrat.com - Missouri (MO) 05.28 / 20:03 sedaliademocrat.com
    2 seriously injured in Benton Co. Two people were seriously injured in a vehicle accident at 7:45 p.m. Saturday in Benton County. Dalton K. Troutman, 22 of Independence was driving north on U.S. Route 7 at 12245 Road his vehicle traveled off the roadway and became airborne. Both Troutman and a passenger, Johnathan Phan, 24,…
  2. St. Louis explosion prompts 3 wrongful-death suits

    Komu.com - Missouri (MO) 05.28 / 19:50 komu.com
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Relatives of two of four people killed when a steam-filled tank weighing nearly 2,000 pounds (900 kilograms) exploded at a St. Louis box plant and flew onto a building are suing the plant.The April 3 explosion inside the Loy-Lange Box Co. plant killed a worker there. The tank then flew into nearby Faultless Healthcare Linen, killing Christopher Watkins, Tonya Gonzalez-Suarez and Clifford Lee.The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Watkins' father and sister are…
  3. Motorcyclist dies after crash with Johnson County deputy’s patrol vehicle

    Kansascity.com - Kansas City 05.28 / 19:40 www.kansascity.com
    A motorcyclist is dead after a crash involving a Johnson County sheriff’s deputy Sunday on 175th Street. At about 10:10 a.m., Kansas Highway Patrol troopers were notified of an injury … Click to Continue »…
  4. Man in custody after firing weapon in parking lot

    A Farmington man was arrested and charged after police say he was involved in a drive-by shooting in the area of Farmington Walmart Friday…
  5. ‘We must be brave,’ says BV North student whose family endured kidnapping in Venezuela

    Kansascity.com - Missouri 05.28 / 19:36 www.kansascity.com
    Daniuschka Rengifo wanted to send a direct message to classmates at Blue Valley North High with her commencement speech: Be brave in the face of fear. Rengifo’s nearly nine-minute speech … Click to Continue »…
  6. Storms move across Sedalia Saturday

    Sedaliademocrat.com - Missouri (MO) 05.28 / 19:00 sedaliademocrat.com
    A car moves through a thunderstorm along East 24th Street Saturday afternoon. Sedalia received a severe thunderstorm warning and tornado watches as a large amount of rain, hail and wind came through the area Saturday afternoon. Mark Jackson, interim director for Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency, said severe weather was possible on Saturday until 8…
  7. 2 dead, 1 missing after flooding in Branson, Missouri

    BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — Authorities have recovered two bodies and are searching for a third person after their vehicle was overtaken by floodwaters in Branson, M…
  8. Three killed in area crashes

    Memorial Day weekend got off to a bad start on the roads with a crash in Reynolds County that killed a young boy from Cadet Thursday, a fatality accident in St. Francois County on Friday night, and a "Good…
  1. Gallatin County Attorney Investigating Gianforte Assault

    Klyq.com - Hamilton 05.28 / 16:37 klyq.com
    There's no question that newly elected Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte assaulted Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs on election eve in Bozeman. Continue…
  2. Taxing Tobacco

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 05.28 / 16:31 flatheadbeacon.com
    In response to the article, “How Big Tobacco Stopped a Smoking Tax in ‘Marlboro Country,’” this legislator and member of the House tax committee felt a bit miffed at being... more The post Taxing Tobacco appeared first on Flathead Beacon…
  3. Gallatin County Attorney Investigating Gianforte Assault

    930kmpt.com - Missoula 05.28 / 16:27 930kmpt.com
    There's no question that newly elected Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte assaulted Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs on election eve in Bozeman. Continue…
  4. Gallatin County Attorney Investigating Gianforte Assault

    Newstalkkgvo.com - Montana 05.28 / 16:19 newstalkkgvo.com
    There's no question that newly elected Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte assaulted Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs on election eve in Bozeman. Continue…
  5. Gallatin County Attorney Investigating Gianforte Assault

    Kmmsam.com - Montana 05.28 / 16:19 kmmsam.com
    There's no question that newly elected Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte assaulted Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs on election eve in Bozeman. Continue…
  6. 2017 Coca-Cola 600 Preview: Who Will Go The Distance?

    Ksenam.com - Montana (MT) 05.28 / 15:33 ksenam.com
    A test of speed and endurance, the Coca-Cola 600 is one of NASCAR’s most anticipated races each year. Here’s a preview of this year’s event: Continue readi…
  7. 2017 Indy 500 Preview: It's Fernando Alonso Vs. The Field

    Ksenam.com - Montana (MT) 05.28 / 15:33 ksenam.com
    The 101st Indy 500 is scheduled for Sunday. Thanks to a very competitive field, this year’s race could live up to the event’s nickname: “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.” Here’s a preview of the action: Continue reading……
  8. Bozeman is Growing Faster Than Ever Before

    Kmmsam.com - Montana 05.28 / 15:18 kmmsam.com
    The U.S. Census Bureau says we are growing. And Bozeman is growing faster than ever before.The new magic number is 45,250 people. The Bozeman Chronicle reported that between 2015 and 2016 our population grew,  adding 1,850 new residents... Continue …
  1. Police: Fourth suspect arrested in fatal Omaha shooting

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.28 / 20:13 1049maxcountry.com
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Police say a fourth suspect charged in a warrant for a north Omaha shooting death has been found and arrested. Omaha police say in a news release that 49-year-old Melton Felder was found and booked into an Omaha jail Friday night. He was wanted in the death Wednesday of 21-year-old Brandon White. Felder has been charged with first-degree murder in the case. He joins three others already charged. A 15-year-old and a 16-year-old have been booked into Douglas County Youth…
  2. Nebraska woman dies after being hit by family's moving truck

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.28 / 19:13 hastingstribune.com
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Police say a 48-year-old Nebraska woman died after being hit by a U-Haul truck that rolled out of her own d…
  3. Colleyville 5A Region 1 Semifinals Champions After Sweeping Canyon Randall

    Localnewsonly.com - Colleyville 05.28 / 18:50 localnewsonly.com
    The Colleyville Panthers defeated the Canyon Randall Raiders 11-3 in the second 5A Region 1 Semifinals playoff game on Saturday, May 27 played at the University of Oklahoma’s L. Dale Mitchell Park. The Panthers scored eight runs in the top of the fifth to pull away for the victory. Since the Grapevine won their Semifinal…
  4. Grapevine Wins Second and Third 5A Region 1 Semifinals Games Over Amarillo for Championship

    Localnewsonly.com - Colleyville 05.28 / 17:52 localnewsonly.com
    The Grapevine Mustangs defeated the Amarillo Sandies 11-1 and 13-3 in the second and third 5A Region 1 Semifinals playoff games on Saturday, May 27 played at the Abilene Christian University. During the second playoff game Louisiana Tech signee Connor Neuman had three hits and two RBIs and Nicholas Pierce was 3 for 4 with…
  5. Help combat cigarette litter

    Fremonttribune.com - Local 05.28 / 17:29 fremonttribune.com
    Keep Fremont Beautiful is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the national nonprofit that envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green and beautiful place to live. As an affiliate we have a variety of grant…
  6. Nebraska conservation officers to conduct special patrols

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.28 / 17:02 hastingstribune.com
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Conservation officers, state troopers and sheriff's deputies will be out this summer in Nebraska's recreational areas in an effort to crack down on alcohol-related a…
  7. Huskers Qualify 18 For Nationals

    Kticradio.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.28 / 16:37 kticradio.com
    AUSTIN, Texas – The Nebraska track and field team clinched nine more bids to the NCAA Championships on the third and final day of the NCAA West Preliminary Round at Mike A. Myers Stadium on Saturday. The Huskers finished with a total of 18 national qualifiers.   Nick Percy was the first Husker to grab an NCAA Championships spot on Saturday [̷…
  8. Huskers Qualify 18 For Nationals

    Kneb.com - Nebraska (NE) 05.28 / 16:03 kneb.com
    AUSTIN, Texas – The Nebraska track and field team clinched nine more bids to the NCAA Championships on the third and final day of the NCAA West Preliminary Round at Mike A. Myers Stadium on Saturday. The Huskers finished with a total of 18 national qualifiers.   Nick Percy was the first Husker to grab an NCAA Championships spot on Saturday [̷…
  1. Before you start that DIY project, make sure you know the rules

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 05.28 / 09:18 lasvegassun.com
    Do I need a permit to do this? If you are a homeowner with a hankering for do-it-yourself upgrades, you should be asking that question anytime you think about picking up a sledgehammer. Most people know the answer is yes when it comes to installing a massive swimming pool, but even projects that seem simple and small-scale might be on a municipality's list of jobs that require approval and…
  2. Recipe: Chile verde omelet

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 05.28 / 09:18 lasvegassun.com
    This omelet has the mild bite of poblano pepper, the rich savoriness of fall-apart pork, salty and creamy cheese and bright and tangy tomatillo…
  3. Horsepower never goes out of style: Auction is a love letter to old-school motorcycles

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 05.28 / 09:18 lasvegassun.com
    More than 300 bikes will be on the block, including some of the fastest machines of their time and putt-putters that ran on lawn mower…
  4. Celebrate National Burger Day over Memorial Day weekend

    BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas is home to the Breakfast Burger, a delicious blend between an American favorite and the traditional breakfast. Served all day alongside panoramic views of the Strip, the burger features a fresh ground-beef patty topped with cheddar cheese, thick cut bacon, crispy hash browns and fried egg, covered in a…
  5. Arizona Last Stop To Offer Free Lottery Tickets With Its World Famous All-American Hamburger

    Special Offer to Be Available Starting Sunday, May 28 to Sunday, June 4 Hamburger lovers are invited to take a journey to eat a burger and have a chance to win millions. Starting Sunday, May 28, National Hamburger Day, through Sunday, June 4, Arizona Last Stop will serve up “The World Famous All-American Hamburger” and…
  6. Mayor: 'Heroes' died protecting women from anti-Muslim rant

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 05.28 / 04:08 lasvegassun.com
    Police said Saturday they'll examine what appears to be the extremist ideology of an Oregon man accused of fatally stabbing two men who tried to intervene when the suspect yelled racial slurs at two young women who appeared to be Muslim on a Portland light-rail train.…
  7. North Korea calls latest solid-fuel missile test successful

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 05.28 / 04:08 lasvegassun.com
    North Korea fired a solid-fuel ballistic missile Sunday that can be harder for outsiders to detect before launch and later said the test was hailed as perfect by leader Kim Jong Un.…
  8. UN condemns North Korea missile launch, vows new sanctions

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 05.28 / 04:08 lasvegassun.com
    The Security Council strongly condemned North Korea's "flagrant and provocative defiance" of U.N. sanctions banning ballistic missile tests on Monday and again vowed to impose new sanctions in response to its latest launch.…
  1. Tourists Who Steal Volcanic Rock Are Said To Unleash A Curse

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 19:37 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: Now a story about an ancient curse. Millions of tourists visit Hawaii each year. When it's time to go home, they leave with memories, suntans and sometimes a handful of sand or rock slipped into their suitcase. It's hard to blame them, says Jessica Ferracane of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The volcanic rock is gorgeous. JESSICA FERRACANE: Dramatic, beautiful fields of smooth ropy black pahoehoe highboy lava as well as…
  2. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 19:37 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  3. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 16:20 nhpr.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  4. Finding The Middle In The Incivility War

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 13:14 nhpr.org
    This week's physical assault by Montana's new GOP Congressman, Greg Gianforte against The Guardian reporter, Ben Jacobs — who was asking a question about the budget — is the latest example of hostility toward journalists. But, unlike those others, which only caused tiny blips on the radar of average media consumers, the Jacobs body slam appears to have hurled the American public into a new realm of incivility. The nine-second violent incident — that went viral instantly — has people wonderi…
  5. In The Age Of Digital Medicine, The Humble Reflex Hammer Hangs On

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 10:14 nhpr.org
    Receiving a diagnosis in 2017 — at least one made at a medical center outfitted with the latest clinical gadgetry — might include a scan that divides your body into a bread loaf of high-resolution digital slices. Your DNA might be fed through a gene sequencer that spits out your mortal code in a matter of hours. Even your smartphone might soon be used to uncover health problems. Yet nearly 130 years since its inception — after decades of science has mapped out our neuronal pathways — a simp…
  6. What Happens When Journalism Gets Physical

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 02:14 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We have one more take on this story, in part because Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs' complaint of a physical assault by an official was not the first or the only one like this in recent months. Earlier this month, a news reporter in Alaska filed a police report against a state senator who he says slapped him across the face during an interview. A reporter for Roll Call says he was pinned against the wall by security guards at the…
  7. Barbershop: The Unofficial Start To Summer Entertainment

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 02:14 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: And now it's time for the Barbershop. That's where we get together with a group of interesting people to talk about what's in the news and what's on their minds. Joining us for a shape-up this week is Luvvie Ajayi. She's the writer behind the Awesomely Luvvie blog and the author of The New York Times' best-seller "I'm Judging You: The Do-Better Manual." She's with us from Chicago. Welcome back, Luvvie. Hi. I think she's there from…
  8. SPLC Has Seen Rise In Hate Crime, Domestic Terrorism Attacks

    Nhpr.org-NH 05.28 / 02:14 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: A stabbing attack on a train in Portland, Ore., has left two people dead. The attacker was shouting what police have described as religious hate speech directed toward two Muslim women. Three men tried to intervene and were stabbed by the attacker, and two of those bystanders died. Now, this comes a week after another stabbing death in Maryland where a white college student stabbed and killed a black college student, Richard…
  1. 4 Mercer teens arrested after car chase and crash

    Trentonian.com-NJ 05.28 / 19:37 www.trentonian.com
    TRENTON >> Four juveniles were arrested early Sunday morning after they crashed a stolen car while fleeing from police. Officials say detectives from the Street Crimes Unit were in the area of Chambers and Forrest streets around 1:50 a.m. when they saw a vehicle that was previously reported…
  2. Wife charged in death of retired Trenton cop found dead

    Trentonian.com-NJ 05.28 / 18:34 www.trentonian.com
    The wife of a retired Trenton Police Officer who was charged with murder in connection with his death died last week, according to published news reports. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports 62-year-old Jan Sochalski died last…
  3. NHS student nominated for ‘best student actress’ award for Paper Mill’s best actress

    Essexnewsdaily.com - New Jersey (NJ) 05.28 / 17:56 essexnewsdaily.com
    NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley High School senior Maggie Spector-Williams was nominated for a Paper Mill Playhouse 2017 Rising Star Award for her lead performance as Annie Oakley in Nutley High School Performing Arts’ musical, “Annie Get Your Gun.” Maggie is among seven New Jersey high school nominees competing for the Outstanding Performance by an Actress […] The post NHS student nominated for ‘best student actress’ award for Paper Mill’s best actress appeared first on Essex News Daily…
  4. Building bridges with the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom

    Essexnewsdaily.com - New Jersey (NJ) 05.28 / 17:56 essexnewsdaily.com
    SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — In a moving afternoon of solidarity and friendship, NCJW/Essex sponsored a Lunch and Learn with the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, a national organization focused on building relationships between Muslim and Jewish women. The program, “Creating a Movement of Muslim & Jewish Women Changing the World,” attracted more than 150 people and […] The post Building bridges with the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom appeared first on Essex News Daily…
  5. Four people arrested Saturday morning in Wildwood Crest

    WILDWOOD CREST — Police arrested four people in a pair of unrelated incidents early Saturday morning, according to a news r…
  6. Council Directs MLUB To Determine Area In Need Of Redevelopment For Sullivan Property

    Roselleparknews.org - New Jersey (NJ) 05.28 / 16:47 roselleparknews.org
    Resolution 156-17 at the May 23rd Mayor & Council meeting formally directed the Municipal Land Use Board (MLUB) to have a report prepared to determine whether 10 West Westfield Avenue – known at the Sullivan Property – qualifies as an Area In Need Of Redevelopment. This is the next step in allowing development at the…
  7. Joseph Verdun: 2017 Memorial Day Parade Grand Marshal

    Roselleparknews.org - New Jersey (NJ) 05.28 / 16:47 roselleparknews.org
    The Grand Marshal for tomorrow’s Roselle Park Memorial Day Parade is Joseph Verdun. Born 1947 in Brooklyn, New York, Joseph joined the United States Marine Corps (USMC) in 1966 after graduating from high school. In 1967, he was Squad Leader in a Rifle Platoon and in 1968 Joseph fought in the TET offensive. Wounded three…
  8. Bloomfield teacher wins the Jo Ann Fox Award of excellence

    Essexnewsdaily.com - New Jersey (NJ) 05.28 / 16:44 essexnewsdaily.com
    BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Bloomfield High School theater arts teacher Brandon Doemling has been awarded the Jo Ann Fox Award by the theater arts department at Montclair State University. This is an award that a middle- or high-school teacher can win only once. It represents their achievement in building a dynamic theater arts program. Doemling, in an […] The post Bloomfield teacher wins the Jo Ann Fox Award of excellence appeared first on Essex News Da…
  1. Many poor kids can’t swim; Olympic champs throw a lifeline

    Krqe.com-NM 05.28 / 19:37 krqe.com
    Missy Franklin, Cullen Jones, Rowdy Gaines and a handful of other Olympic champions are climbing into the pool this summer to help American…
  2. Women CEOs earned more last year, but few were in top job

    Krqe.com-NM 05.28 / 18:34 krqe.com
    Women CEOs earned big bucks last year, but there's still very few of them running the world's largest…
  3. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 05.28 / 17:49 krwg.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  4. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 05.28 / 17:48 kanw.com
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  5. Egypt moves bed, chariot of King Tut to new museum

    Krqe.com-NM 05.28 / 17:25 krqe.com
    Egypt safely moved two artifacts, a funerary bed and a chariot, belonging to the famed pharaoh King Tutankhamun on Tuesday, from the…
  6. A sister uses her gifts to send messages to fallen soldier

    Krqe.com-NM 05.28 / 17:25 krqe.com
    She begins each time by sharpening her tools, with the sound of metal on metal echoing through the sunlit old house she calls both home and…
  7. Portland mayor praises men killed during anti-Muslim rant

    Krqe.com-NM 05.28 / 16:20 krqe.com
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The mayor of Portland, Oregon, hailed as “heroes” two men who were stabbed to death trying to protect two women polic…
  8. San Francisco courts test new approach to homeless crimes

    Krqe.com-NM 05.28 / 16:20 krqe.com
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Courts around the country tried to ease the burden of fines and fees in the wake of riots in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2…
  1. Colombia's FARC Guerrillas Are Set To Miss Disarmament Deadline

    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Colombia, a key deadline is approaching. Under a deal to end the country's half-century-long guerrilla war, the Marxist rebel group known as the FARC must lay down its weapons by the end of this month. But as John Otis reports, disarming the guerrillas is complicated. JOHN OTIS, BYLINE: Rather than mapping out attacks or taking target practice, about a dozen FARC rebels are building a fish farm. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON:…
  2. Thousands In Manchester Take To The Streets In Show Of Defiance

    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: The operation to capture members of the Manchester bomber's cell is at full tilt, according to British Home Secretary Amber Rudd. She told the BBC this morning that others in his terror network could still be at large. Eleven people have been arrested so far in connection with the Monday night bombing at an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people and injured dozens. We go now to NPR's Eleanor Beardsley, who is in…
  3. Understanding And Countering The Lure Of Extremism

    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: When the bomb ripped through the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night, it targeted the most vulnerable - children and teenagers. The youngest among the 22 killed was Saffie Rose Roussos. She was only 8 years old. The bomber who carried out the attack was himself young, a 22-year-old Briton of Libyan descent. We're joined now by Maajid Nawaz. He is the founder of Quilliam, a counter-extremism group based in…
  4. Syosset Student Is ‘Outstanding’

    Shoh Nomakuchi of the Syosset Central School District, who attends Nassau BOCES Iris Wolfson High School (IWHS), earned the George Farber Outstanding Student Award for 2017. He has demonstrated a variety of remarkable traits including talent, commitment, honesty, diligence, compassion and high moral standards. Shoh was honored during the tenth annual awards celebration at…
  5. Construction could begin by next spring on a new national cemetery in Pembroke

    Pressconnects.com - Binghamton 05.28 / 19:39 www.pressconnects.com
    A new veterans cemetery will open for burials in Pembroke in…
  6. Construction could begin by next spring on a new national cemetery in Pembroke

    Theithacajournal.com - Local 05.28 / 19:39 www.ithacajournal.com
    A new veterans cemetery will open for burials in Pembroke in…
  7. Dryden Boy Scouts celebrated, awarded

    Theithacajournal.com - Local 05.28 / 19:39 www.ithacajournal.com
    Local scouts and leaders log community service hours and earn…
  8. Loisaida Festival Celebrates Puerto Rican Culture on Manhattan's Lower East Side

    Ny1.com - New York 05.28 / 19:39 www.ny1.com
    With Puerto Rican and Latino culture in the DNA of life in New York, it's no wonder so-called "New Yo-ricans" created the Loisaida Festival on the Lower East Side decades…
  1. New law paves way for delivery robots in Virginia

    Wtkr.com -  Roads and Northeast 05.28 / 20:13 wtkr.com
    Having your groceries delivered by a robot sounds like something out of The Jetsons, but that prospect is not as futuristic as you may…
  2. First Warning Forecast: Continuing to track scattered showers and storms late afternoon and evening

    Wtkr.com -  Roads and Northeast 05.28 / 20:13 wtkr.com
    The First Warning Storm Team is tracking scattered showers and storms for your Sunday. Watch out for brief, heavy downpours and localized flooding. Gusty winds and small hail also possible with any thunderstorms. Today will be a bit cooler, especially for the Eastern Shore as winds shift toward the northeast. Expect highs to range in the low and mid 70s to the low 80s. Expect scattered showers and storms this afternoon evening associated with another disturbance. Once again, those storms…
  3. Four killed in early morning fire at Oxford home

    Wral.com - North Carolina (NC) 05.28 / 20:12 wral.com
    Authorities are investigating after four people died early Sunday in a house fire in…
  4. Widely scattered storms could include hail, strong winds Sunday evening

    Wral.com - North Carolina (NC) 05.28 / 20:12 wral.com
    Warm, muggy conditions will greet festival-goers headed to the WRAL Freedom Balloon Fest Sunday evening, and a pop-up shower or thunderstorm is possible for the rest of the…
  5. Mother of slain prison guard wants more officers behind bars

    Wnct.com - NC 05.28 / 20:11 wnct.com
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The mother of a guard who authorities say was killed by an inmate in a North Carolina prison says she hopes her d…
  6. Man charged with hit-and-run in Guilford County crash that left pedestrian dead

    Myfox8.com - High Point 05.28 / 20:03 myfox8.com
    JULIAN, N.C. – A man faces a hit-and-run charge in connection to a crash that left one woman dead Saturday night in Guilford County. Dustin C. Patrick, 25, of Pleasant Garden, has been charged with felony hit and run, according to North Carolina Department of Public Safety Master Trooper Christopher Knox. The victim has been identified as Betty J. Foster, 51, of Julian. She died from injuries sustained in the incident. Troopers responded to the scene at about 10:30 p.m. […
  7. Stonewall Pride 2017: Five Questions with Jeff Sterling

    Edgecharlotte.com - Charlotte 05.28 / 19:47 edgecharlotte.com
    Jeff Sterling tells us about this year's Stonewall…
  8. Parents left their 3-week-old baby alone for a few minutes. A dog bit and killed her, police say.

    An infant in Michigan is dead after a tragic incident that occurred after her parents stepped away for five minutes. Susannah Jean Murray was just three weeks old when a … Click to Continue…
  1. 2 women injured after vehicle rollover in West Fargo

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.28 / 19:12 wday.com
    WDAYWEST FARGO -- After rolling their 2007 Saturn Ion, two women were transported to a West Fargo hospital for treatment. They were driving southbound on I-29 when their car…
  2. Film documents work of notable ND journalists

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.28 / 19:12 wday.com
    INFORUMFARGO—A documentary featuring eight notable North Dakota print journalists premieres Friday, June 2, at the Fargo Theater. "Inside Stories" focuses on the history of newspapers in the state and t…
  3. Film documents work of notable ND journalists

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 05.28 / 19:08 westfargopioneer.com
    INFORUMFARGO—A documentary featuring eight notable North Dakota print journalists premieres Friday, June 2, at the Fargo Theater. "Inside Stories" focuses on the history of newspapers in the state and t…
  4. Co-teaching to expand at Horizon Middle School

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.28 / 18:13 wday.com
    INFORUMMOORHEAD - Chelsea Keller and Amanda Mangel say one plus one has added up to better math instruction for the sixth-graders they work with at Horizon Middle School Keller,…
  5. Brad Dokken: May serves up walleyes, morels and wild asparagus

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.28 / 18:13 wday.com
    FCCNNThere are many things to like about May, and as the month enters the homestretch, I'd have to say it's been a good one. From spending a morning in…
  6. Co-teaching to expand at Horizon Middle School

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 05.28 / 18:10 westfargopioneer.com
    INFORUMMOORHEAD - Chelsea Keller and Amanda Mangel say one plus one has added up to better math instruction for the sixth-graders they work with at Horizon Middle School Keller,…
  7. Area pastor placed on administrative leave

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.28 / 17:02 wday.com
    WDAYFARGO -- A local pastor has been placed on administrative leave after possible inappropriate interactions with children. According to the Diocese of Fargo, concerns were made against Father Thomas…
  8. Researchers wire up Grand Forks catfish

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.28 / 17:02 wday.com
    FCCNNGRAND FORKS — Mark Pegg needed 10 catfish from the Grand Fork stretch of the Red River. And he'd budgeted two days to catch them. Yeah, right. ... Turns o…
  1. Glenn Moore is honored to play a part in the last steps of a veteran's life

    Glenn Moore, a Vietnam War Veteran and Philo graduate, honors living and deceased veterans each…
  2. County record

    Sidneydailynews.com - Ohio (OH) 05.28 / 20:04 sidneydailynews.com
    Sheriff’s log SUNDAY -11:32 a.m.: vandalism. Deputies investigated a report that someone broke out a window on a truck in the 1700 block of North Kuther Road in Turtle Creek Township. -10:03 a.m.: drugs. Deputies are investigating a report of drugs in the 10000 block of Herring Road in Salem Township. – 7:42 a.m.: property…
  3. City’s dog park to be fenced in

    Dailycall.com - Ohio (OH) 05.28 / 19:55 dailycall.com
    PIQUA — Not every dog owner is fortunate enough to have a fenced-in space for their pets to run freely, but an upgrade at a local dog park may give them that opportunity. The city’s dog park at Hollow Park will be getting fenced in this summer. “We’re going to put in two fenced-in areas:…
  4. Eufaula man arrested after police find 230 Xanax tablets, other drugs in car

    Wtvm.com - Columbus 05.28 / 19:39 www.wtvm.com
    Officers with the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries' Law Enforcement Section and the Eufaula Police Department have arrested a man on drug charges following a police…
  5. New Dawg pound puppy! Cody Kessler introduces his four-footed pal

    Fox8.com-OH 05.28 / 19:37 fox8.com
    CLEVELAND – Congratulations are in order for Browns quarterback Cody Kessler, who announced that he has upped the Dawg Pound population. Officially a dad to this little guy! Every one meet Koda! #GermanShepherdHuskyMix pic.twitter.com/1f7CqbljIL — Cody Kessler (@CodyKessler6) May 28, 2017 Well hello there Koda! Hang on a sec while we all say “awwwwwwwww!” Kessler says that Koda is a German Shephard-Husky mix. We’re pretty sure he’s also a Browns fan. …
  6. PHOTO GALLERY: Submit your severe weather pictures

    Fox8.com-OH 05.28 / 19:37 fox8.com
    CLEVELAND — As we ease into the summer months, severe weather becomes a greater risk with the warmer temperatures. From hail, to storm damage, the weather pictures from FOX 8 viewers have plentiful. Do you have a photo from severe weather you’d like to share? If it’s safe to do so, submit them,…
  7. Boy’s terrifying fall from water slide captured on video

    Fox8.com-OH 05.28 / 19:37 fox8.com
    DUBLIN, Calif. — A fun visit to a new water park in Dublin, California, took a terrifying turn this weekend after a 10-year-old boy was thrown from a water slide, KRON reports. It happened on opening day of The Wave on Saturday as the boy slid down The Emerald Plunge slide. Dramatic video captured the moment as the boy fell out of the slide as frightened park goers looked on. Fortunately, the boy walked away with just scratches and did…
  8. Kent standoff ends peacefully

    19actionnews.com-OH 05.28 / 19:37 www.19actionnews.com
    Kent police safely resolved a standoff with a suspect Sunday afternoon on Franklin Ave in…
  1. Latta High School teacher receives statewide honor

    Theadanews.com - Ada 05.28 / 20:00 theadanews.com
    2017 is turning into a memorable year for Latta High School teacher Seth…
  2. Pryor police investigate after a person was hit by a train

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 05.28 / 19:57 muskogeephoenix.com
    PRYOR, Okla. (AP) — Authorities in Pryor say a pedestrian has been struck by a freight t…
  3. Patrol: Stolen utility truck plows across runway, kills 1

    Press-leader.com - Oklahoma (OK) 05.28 / 19:56 press-leader.com
    TULSA — An Oklahoma man crashed a stolen utility truck through the gates of Tulsa International Airport early Wednesday, triggering a chase across a runway that ended when the truck plowed through a fence and onto a highway, causing a fatal accident, according to investigators. The 24-year-old man was arrested about 12 miles from where…
  4. Sheriff’s deputy, 7 others killed in Mississippi shootings

    Kfor.com-OK 05.28 / 19:37 kfor.com
    A sheriff’s deputy and seven other people were shot dead overnight in southern Mississippi, authorities said Sunday. Authorities identified Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy William Durr, 36, as the slain officer, according to the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation The MBI said the shootings started around 11:30 p.m. at an address in Bogue Chitto, where the deputy and three females were found dead. Another crime scene was found in Brookhaven, where the bodies of two boys were…
  5. Recurring events provided

    Press-leader.com - Oklahoma (OK) 05.28 / 18:54 press-leader.com
    The Altus Masters Swim Club meets 6-7:45 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the city pool, 121 N Park Lane in Altus to train for events and share fellowship. For more information contact Robyn Kidd at altusmasters@gmail.com or fivekidds@gmail.com. Country and Western Senior Dance 7 p.m. every Thursday at the Community Center, 401 Falcon Road…
  6. These three men stood up to hate in Portland

    Kfor.com-OK 05.28 / 18:34 kfor.com
    Dozens of people gathered on Saturday around a circle of flowers and photos to honor a recent college graduate and an Army veteran who were fatally stabbed on a Portland commuter train. The two men were killed after they intervened when a man allegedly yelled what “would best be characterized as hate speech toward a variety of ethnicities and religions” at two women on a Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) light-rail train, Portland police Sgt. Pete Simpson said. A third victim,…
  7. 8 dead in shooting rampage in Mississippi; suspect arrested

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 05.28 / 17:55 muskogeephoenix.com
    BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) — A man who apparently got into a dispute with his wife and in-laws was arrested in a house-to-house shooting rampage in rural Mississippi that left eight people dead, including a sheriff's d…
  8. Modern-day revolution celebrated in Philadelphia street art

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 05.28 / 17:55 muskogeephoenix.com
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Seeking to appeal to visitors more familiar with the words of "Game of Thrones" heroine Daenarys Targaryen than the writings of James Wilson, Philadelphia museums and historic sites are thinking differently, using creative art exhibitions and a…
  1. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 05.28 / 19:50 klcc.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  2. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 05.28 / 19:50 klcc.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  3. NASA Spacecraft Finds Storms On Jupiter

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 05.28 / 19:50 klcc.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And this is Lulu's log - stardate May 28, 2017, where we consider matters of space, the stars, the universe and planets. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GARCIA-NAVARRO: Big surprises from the biggest planet in the solar system. NASA's Juno spacecraft has been circling Jupiter for almost a year collecting data. The first results from the mission have finally arrived, and it's everything strange and wonderful - massive storms, electron…
  4. Memorial Golf Tournament Tickets: CapitalCityTickets.com is Slashing Prices on Tickets for the 2017 Memorial Golf Tourna

    Buy Memorial Golf Tournament Tickets with Discount Code at CapitalCityTickets.com CapitalCityTickets.com is slashing prices on golf tickets to see the 2017 Memorial Golf Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Course.…
  5. One dead in car verses semi accident

    Dailyastorian.com - Local 05.28 / 18:36 www.dailyastorian.com
    This morning at about 3, Oregon State Police responded to a two vehicle, fatal crash, on U.S. Highway 101 near milepost 7.5 in Warrenton. A passenger car, which was northbound, crossed over the center line, into the path of a semi-tractor trailer. One person died at the scene and the rest have minor or no injuries. The roadway was closed, but is open at this time to all…
  6. Police Searching For Armed Man In Northeast Portland

    Opb.org-OR 05.28 / 18:34 www.opb.org
    Portland police have urged residents in Northeast Portland to shelter in place and call 911 if they see or hear anything as authorities search for an armed suspect involved in an encounter with officers that resulted in shots fired Sunday…
  7. Gregg Allman On World Cafe

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 05.28 / 17:49 klcc.org
    Editor's Note: Gregg Allman died May 27, 2017, at the age of 69. He's remembered by the music world as a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and one of the pioneers of Southern rock. We revisit Allman's last visit to World Cafe in 2011, when he performed songs from his seventh solo studio album, Low Country Blues. As one of the founding members of the Allman Brothers Band , Gregg Allman is widely regarded as a pioneer in rock and blues music. The guitarist, keyboardist and singer…
  8. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 05.28 / 17:49 klcc.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  1. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 05.28 / 20:16 wesa.fm
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  2. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 05.28 / 20:16 wesa.fm
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  3. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Wdiy.org - Pennsylvania (PA) 05.28 / 20:10 wdiy.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  4. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Wdiy.org - Pennsylvania (PA) 05.28 / 20:10 wdiy.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  5. How the White House is trying to manage an Oval Office in crisis

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 05.28 / 19:45 gantdaily.com
    The White House crisis management plan, Jared Kushner’s standing with the boss and new congressional wrinkles in the Russia investigation — they’re all a part of our Inside Politics forecast. 1) Kushner manages own crisis Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump headed home early from President Donald Trump’s international trip, and the official line was that…
  6. Fareed Zakaria: Liberals think they’re tolerant, but they’re not

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 05.28 / 19:45 gantdaily.com
    Fareed Zakaria said Saturday that though many liberals think they are tolerant, often they aren’t. Zakaria noted that “at the height of commencement season,” many new graduates across the country had made their political views apparent, from the Notre Dame students who walked out as Vice President Mike Pence gave his commencement address to the…
  7. A star-spangled day in Mercer

    Alliednews.com - Grove City 05.28 / 19:42 alliednews.com
    +7  …
  8. Vietnam-era vets sought for recognition

    Alliednews.com - Grove City 05.28 / 19:42 alliednews.com
    HARRISBURG – Local veterans of the Vietnam War era will be honored by the offices of state Rep. Parke Wentling (R-Crawford/Erie/Lawrence/Mercer) and U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) during a ceremony June 13 in G…
  1. Pedestrian struck and killed by police car on Cape Cod

    Wpri.com-RI 05.28 / 18:34 wpri.com
    Authorities in Massachusetts say a police cruiser hit and killed a pedestrian overnight on Cape…
  2. 4 residents escape Sunday morning building fire in Pawtucket

    Wpri.com-RI 05.28 / 17:26 wpri.com
    Four people escaped a house fire without injuries Sunday…
  3. Woman drowns in reservoir in Douglas Saturday

    Wpri.com-RI 05.28 / 17:26 wpri.com
    A young woman drowned in Douglas Saturday afternoon while swimming in a…
  4. Police say 8 dead in Mississippi shooting, include deputy

    Wpri.com-RI 05.28 / 16:21 wpri.com
    Authorities in Mississippi said Sunday that a suspect is in custody after eight people were killed in a shooting, including a sheriff's…
  5. ‘Boots on the Ground’ memorial honors fallen soldiers, draws crowd

    Wpri.com-RI 05.28 / 04:06 wpri.com
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – The grounds of Roger Williams Park are lined this Memorial Day Weekend with red, white and blue. ‘Boots on the Gro…
  6. RIP Saucy Sylvia

    Thenewportbuzz.com - Newport 05.27 / 20:11 thenewportbuzz.com
    Sylvia “Cadesky” Stoun Mureddu, 96, died, May 25, 2017, at home surrounded by her family. She was the devoted wife of the late Michael L. Mureddu of Newport and the late Meyer J. Stoun.  Sylvia was born in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada on July 27, 1920.  She was the daughter of the late Samuel and [&#…
  7. The Wrap-Up: This Week in Music + 12 Cuts

    Wbru.com - Providence 05.27 / 20:08 wbru.com
    The Wrap-Up brings you the 5 largest music news stories of the week, as well as information about new album and music video releases. This week: a nostalgic track, a vintage-inspired video, and a painful tragedy... Continue…
  8. Cub Scouts, volunteers, plant flags at Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery

    Wpri.com-RI 05.27 / 19:26 wpri.com
    Hundreds of volunteers woke up early Saturday morning to help get Rhode Island's Veterans' Memorial Cemetery ready for Memorial…
  1. SC historian to speak on alcohol, drinking in yesteryear

    Wmbfnews.com-SC 05.28 / 19:37 www.wmbfnews.com
    CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – Next time you tip back a craft IPA staring at flat-screen TVs or order an infusion cocktail from a mixologist, consider what the patron sitting on a barstool sipped on in colonial times or the prohibition era. The Horry County Museum will welcome J.R. Fennell, director of the Lexington County Museum and native of Walterboro for a lecture on the history of alcohol and drinking in South Carolina. According to a news release, it will take place June 10 at 1…
  2. Upstate Salvation Army officer sustains burns in house fire, home destroyed

    Foxcarolina.com-SC 05.28 / 18:34 www.foxcarolina.com
    A home owned by the Salvation Army was destroyed by flames Saturday night, displacing a family of…
  3. 1 of Cayce officers shot during traffic stop to leave hospital Sunday

    Thestate.com-SC 05.28 / 18:34 www.thestate.com
    One of two Cayce police officers shot during a traffic stop Saturday will be released from the hospital Sunday, a city spokeswoman said. The officers were each shot in the … Click to Continue…
  4. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 05.28 / 16:53 etvradio.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  5. Congrats to Our Grads: Adalyn Sadie-Nell Windham

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County 05.28 / 16:43 manninglive.com
    “Adalyn Sadie-Nell Windham, 5, graduated May 23 from Laurence Manning Academy’s kindergarten program. Mommy and daddy are so proud of you, Toot-Toot! We can’t wait to see what your future holds. God answered our prayers when He gave us you! We love you.” – Hailey…
  6. These vacationers didn’t know about Bikefest. The problem, they say, isn’t the bikers.

    For many, Memorial Day weekend is a time to get away and celebrate the start of summer. In Myrtle Beach, the weekend is home to the Atlantic Beach Bikefest. For … Click to Continue…
  7. Watch: man arrested after allegedly threatening to slit a person’s throat

    A 52-year-old man was arrested shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday morning after he allegedly threatened another man with a knife, according to a Myrtle Beach police report. A video shows … Click to Continue…
  8. NEW DETAILS: Woman arrested for stabbing man in Carolina Forest neighborhood

    Wmbfnews.com-SC 05.28 / 16:21 www.wmbfnews.com
    The Horry County Police Department arrested a woman in connection with a stabbing in Carolina Forest…
  1. Big Graduation Weekend here at the Powers house.

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 18:20 dakotawarcollege.com
    It’s a big graduation weekend here in Brookings for us, as we have daughter #4, Sydney, graduating from Brookings High School today. We had her Graduation Party Friday night where friends and family gathered around a rented bouncy house to send her off into adulthood…  which seems a bit incongruent… but it’s a probably a bit more tame of a graduation party than they were when I graduated, and many of them involved beer for the Continue Reading &…
  2. US Senator John Thune’s Weekly Column: Fighting for South Dakota’s Farmers and Ranchers

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 16:03 dakotawarcollege.com
    Fighting for South Dakota’s Farmers and Ranchers By Sen. John Thune If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a hundred times: it’s never too early to start working on the next farm bill. That’s why earlier this year, I decided to get a head start on the 2018 farm bill by introducing several marker bills well before the current legislation expires. I’ve already written three farm bills during my time in Congress, and with Continue Reading →…
  3. Governor Rounds’ Weekly Column: Tax Cuts Work for South Dakotans

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 16:03 dakotawarcollege.com
    Tax Cuts Work for South Dakotans By Senator Mike Rounds (R-S.D.)   We don’t have a taxing problem in America – we have a spending problem. First of all, the government doesn’t generate money, it is not a person or a business.  In South Dakota, if we don’t produce or earn money, whether in our home or business, we don’t spend money. The federal economic projection methods that Congressional appropriations are based upon are flawed.  Continue Reading →…
  4. Congresswoman Kristi Noem’s Weekly Column: Human Trafficking and My Meeting with Ivanka Trump

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 16:03 dakotawarcollege.com
    Human Trafficking and My Meeting with Ivanka Trump By Rep. Kristi Noem There are certain issues where no matter how many times you read about them, hear about them, or talk to folks who have lived through them, you just don’t understand how they could happen – and in South Dakota of all places. Human trafficking is one of those issues for me. Recently, I sat down with Ivanka Trump at the White House on Continue Reading …
  5. Governor Daugaard’s Weekly Column: By Knowing and Telling Their Stories

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 16:03 dakotawarcollege.com
    By Knowing and Telling Their Stories A column by Gov. Dennis Daugaard: Bill Bianchi may not have been born in South Dakota, but he became like an adopted son when in 1936 he began attending SDSU to earn an animal science degree. Bianchi kept busy in school playing football and participating in ROTC, and not long after graduating, Bianchi, a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, was sent to the Philippines to train new soldiers. Continue Reading…
  6. Govs/Lady Govs Struggle at State Track and Field Meet

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 14:32 drgnews.com
        SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Pierre Lady Governor Track and Field team scored 16 points and finished a disappointing 14th Saturday as the State High School Track and Field meet wrapped up in Sioux Falls.  The highlight of the meet for the Lady Govs was Sophie Bullards third place finish in the pole vault and Addy Eisenbeisz just missing out on the High Jump title.   Bullard vaulted 10-06 R…
  7. Sunday Morning Scoreboard

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 14:32 drgnews.com
     American Association Sioux City Explorers 8, Sioux Falls Canaries 2 High School Baseball State A Tournament @ Sioux Falls Semifinals Sioux Falls Roosevelt 4, Pierre 0 Brandon Valley 7, Watertown 0 Championship Sioux Falls Roosevelt 9, Brandon Valley 1 IFL Wichita Falls 36, Sioux Falls Storm 21 (Storm 68 game home winning streak ends) NPSL Sioux Falls Thunder 1, Twin Stars FC 1 High School Track & Field State AA …
  8. Pierre Baseball Falls Short at State Final Four

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 05.28 / 13:33 drgnews.com
      SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sioux Falls Roosevelt scored 2 runs in each of the first two innings and Gus Radel fired a complete game 3 hit shutout as the Pierre Spring High School Club baseball team was beaten 4-0 in a semi final game of the State Class A final four Saturday in Sioux Falls.  Carlos Caro had a pair of hits for the Roughriders who went to defeat &#…
  1. Sunday Puzzle: Math Is Necessary To Solve This One, But Don't Get Fancy

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 05.28 / 20:11 wmot.org
    On-air challenge : I'm going to give you some 6-letter words. For each one insert two letters in the exact center to complete a familiar 8-letter word. Ex. INNATE --> INNOVATE 1. ARGENT 2. VANISH 3. CORRAL 4. ROSARY 5. PANAMA 6. THOUGH 7. CARNAL 8. CRUDER 9. MANURE 10. CHAISE 11. ESTATE 12. OFFING 13. SUBTLE Last week's challenge: Name a creature in 9 letters. It has two words in its name. Drop the consecutive letters U-R, and the result will name a major U.S. city in 7 letters. What is…
  2. In A Lost Concert, Jaco Pastorius Sounded The Rhythm Of The City

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 05.28 / 20:11 wmot.org
    Known for his work with Weather Report, Joni Mitchell and Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius was one of the most inventive bass players in music history. He is the only electric bassist in DownBeat magazine's Jazz Hall of Fame. But like with many musical geniuses, alcohol and drugs took a toll — as did his bipolar disorder — and Pastorius ended up living on the streets. He died in 1987, after a violent encounter with a bouncer in a Miami nightclub. But new generations still discover his music. To …
  3. American Red Cross gives tips during power outages

    Wate.com - Tennessee (TN) 05.28 / 20:03 wate.com
    The American Red Cross is helping people affected by Saturday night's severe storms that left thousands without power and destroyed dozens…
  4. Two Clarksville men charged in Houston County with having 30 fish over legal limit

    Two Clarksville fishermen charged in Houston County with catching 40 bass. The legal limit is five per…
  5. A Whole New Jupiter: First Science Results from NASA’s Juno Mission

    Early science results from NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter portray the largest planet in our solar system as a complex, gigantic, turbulent world, with Earth-sized polar cyclones, plunging storm systems that travel deep into the heart of the gas giant, and a mammoth, lumpy magnetic field that may indicate it was generated closer to the […
  6. Memorial Golf Tournament Tickets: CapitalCityTickets.com is Slashing Prices on Tickets for the 2017 Memorial Golf Tourna

    Buy Memorial Golf Tournament Tickets with Discount Code at CapitalCityTickets.com CapitalCityTickets.com is slashing prices on golf tickets to see the 2017 Memorial Golf Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Course.…
  7. Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

    Wsmv.com - Tennessee (TN) 05.28 / 18:12 wsmv.com
    Kushner spoke with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about creating that line of communication to facilitate sensitive discussions aimed at exploring the incoming administration's options with Russia as it was developing its Syria policy, a person familiar with the discussions told The Associated…
  8. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 05.28 / 18:11 wmot.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  1. East Texans Observe Memorial Day

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 05.28 / 20:21 ktbb.com
    TYLER — A number of observances are planned around East Texas this Memorial Day. One of the events is an 11:00 a.m. service at the Field of Honor at Tyler Memorial Park on State Highway 64 West. Guest speakers will be Sheriff Larry Smith and Rev. Mike Ford. There will be patriotic songs, rifle salutes, … Continue reading East Texans Observe Memorial…
  2. Manchester attack probe nets another arrest

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 05.28 / 20:21 ktbb.com
    Christopher Furlong/Getty Images(MANCHESTER, England) — Another man has been arrested in connection with the Manchester bombing on Sunday, according to police, bringing the total number of men held in custody following the attack to 12. Greater Manchester Police said a 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of terrorist activity. The police noted that 14 people … Continue reading Manchester attack probe nets another…
  3. Missing 3-year-old boy found safe in Sam Houston National Forest

    Abc13.com - Houston 05.28 / 20:15 abc13.com
    After missing for nearly 24 hours, officials confirm 3-year-old Ezra has been found…
  4. 1 dead, 4 hospitalized after northeast Harris County crash

    Blog.chron.com - Houston and Texas 05.28 / 20:14 blog.chron.com
    One man died and four people were hospitalized Saturday night after a northeast Harris County car…
  5. NASA Spacecraft Finds Storms On Jupiter

    Tpr.org - Texas (TX) 05.28 / 20:00 tpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And this is Lulu's log - stardate May 28, 2017, where we consider matters of space, the stars, the universe and planets. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GARCIA-NAVARRO: Big surprises from the biggest planet in the solar system. NASA's Juno spacecraft has been circling Jupiter for almost a year collecting data. The first results from the mission have finally arrived, and it's everything strange and wonderful - massive storms, electron…
  6. Sheriff’s deputy, 7 others killed in Mississippi shootings

    Cw39.com - Houston 05.28 / 19:39 cw39.com
    LINCOLN COUNTY, Mississippi — A sheriff’s deputy and seven other people were shot dead overnight in southern Mississippi, authorities said Sunday. Authorities identified Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy William Durr, 36, as the slain officer according to the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation. The MBI said the shootings started around 11:30 p.m. at an address in Bogue Chitto, where the deputy and three females were found dead. Another crime scene was found in Brookhaven,…
  7. Texas 'bathroom bill' fading as legislative session wraps up

    Ksla.com - Texas 05.28 / 19:36 www.ksla.com
    Texas' legislative session is winding down with a "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people all but dead and negotiations to salvage it at a…
  8. Two dead, one missing after Missouri flooding

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 05.28 / 19:19 ktbb.com
    iStock/Thinkstock(BRANSON, Missouri) — Two people are dead and one person is missing following flooding in the popular family tourist destination of Branson, Missouri, according to a spokesperson for the city. The spokesperson said that at around 9:20 p.m. Saturday night, the local fire department responding to a call found a car with five people in … Continue reading Two dead, one missing after Missouri…
  1. Pineview swimmer rescued, resuscitated by good Samaritan boater

    Ksl.com-UT 05.28 / 19:37 www.ksl.com
    A man who nearly drowned in Pineview Reservoir Saturday evening was pulled from the water and resuscitated by a good Samaritan. Sheriff's deputies say the man was swimming while…
  2. No Filter: Bike trails across Washington County

    StgeorgeUT.com-UT 05.28 / 18:35 www.stgeorgeutah.com
    FEATURE — Join co-hosts Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair along with special guest Erik Buckner Holmquist from 99.9 Kony Country on a journey across parts of Washington County as they explore over 50 miles of paved walking and biking trails in this episode of the “No Filter Show.” Southern Utah’s nearly year-round access to the outdoors, [&…
  3. Pleasant Grove student wins National PTA Reflections contest with photo of grandma

    Heraldextra.com-UT 05.28 / 18:35 www.heraldextra.com
    When Madelyn Platt, a sixth-grader at Central Elementary in Pleasant Grove, began thinking about entering the National PTA Reflections contest, she went to her…
  4. Researchers: Drug will 'dramatically reduce' need for liver transplants

    Ksl.com-UT 05.28 / 18:35 www.ksl.com
    Patients' need for a transplant can be dramatically lowered by a drug that until now has been unclear with regard to its effects on the most severely ill with a liver disease, according to an Intermountain Healthcare study unveiled…
  5. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 05.28 / 17:49 kuer.org
    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  6. Cougar killed, left in tree in apparent poaching incident

    StgeorgeUT.com-UT 05.28 / 17:26 www.stgeorgeutah.com
    ST. GEORGE — Authorities are seeking information regarding a cougar that was found dead in a tree in an apparent poaching incident near Minersville. The dead juvenile female cougar was reported to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources after it was found stashed in a tree in mid-May. Conservation officials investigated the scene and determined […
  7. The Latest: Trump attacks news reports on son-in-law, Russia

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 05.28 / 16:55 standard.net
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on developments involving possible connections between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign (all times l…
  8. Orem elementary students partner with American Legion for service project

    Heraldextra.com-UT 05.28 / 16:22 www.heraldextra.com
    By the time school officially started at 9:05 a.m. on Friday, Orem’s Foothill Elementary fifth-grade students had already been learning, serving and thinking for h…
  1. Andrews captures second Vermont City Marathon win

    2014 winner Tyler Andrews makes it 2-for-2 at VCM; two handcycle records fall in 2017…
  2. Kasie Enman cruises to third VCM crown

    Vermonter Kasie Enman wins her third Vermont City Marathon championship; Burlington resident Teage O'Connor is top Vermont male…
  3. Runners' spirits high despite earlier Marathon start time

    The Vermont City Marathon in Burlington started one hour earlier than usual after an unexpected early ending to the 2016 race because of…
  4. With bears on the rise, states hope to limit human conflicts

    Wcax.com-VT 05.28 / 19:36 www.wcax.com
    A year after a spring and summer marked by a high number of nuisance bear complaints, wildlife officials are encouraging people and bears to keep their distance from each…
  5. Wilmington game warden named Vermont game warden of year

    Wcax.com-VT 05.28 / 18:34 www.wcax.com
    The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has announced that senior warden Rich Watkins of Wilmington is the state's game warden of the…
  6. Vermont City Marathon winners

    Wcax.com-VT 05.28 / 18:34 www.wcax.com
    Two handcycle records are set.  The 2014 Champ takes back his title and a Vermonter wins her third…
  7. Tyler Andrews, Kasie Enman win Vermont City Marathon; thousands take part

    Men's champion sets pace at 2 hours 19 minutes. Enman's win is her…
  8. Holiday weekend means busy ER, safety tips for your family

    Wcax.com-VT 05.28 / 17:24 www.wcax.com
    With the Vermont City Marathon, warmer weather, and the holiday weekend, the University of Vermont Medical Center's ER is busy,…
  1. City leaders respond to racist fliers posted in Old Town, Del Ray

    Alextimes.com - Alexandria 05.28 / 19:40 alextimes.com
    By James Cullum  Alexandria Police are investigating the posting of racist fliers in Old Town and Del Ray. City leaders have responded to the fliers, which were posted on utility poles and car windshields on Saturday morning. “The signs are obviously very disturbing, but the people who posted them underestimate our neighborhood and our…
  2. Police search for suspect in March...

    Wvec.com-VA 05.28 / 19:38 www.wvec.com
    Norfolk Police have identified the suspect in a shooting earlier this year that injured a 13-year-old…
  3. Arrest made in Newport News robbery

    Wavy.com-VA 05.28 / 19:37 wavy.com
    Suspect captured on surveillance video using the victim's credit…
  4. 8 dead in shooting rampage in Mississippi; suspect arrested

    Wvva.com-VA 05.28 / 18:35 www.wvva.com
    A man who apparently got into a dispute with his wife and in-laws was arrested in a house-to-house shooting rampage in rural Mississippi that left eight people dead, including a sheriff's…
  5. Virginia Beach fire crews battle house fire

    Wavy.com-VA 05.28 / 18:34 wavy.com
    It happened overnight on Forest Trail near Bow Creek…
  6. 8 dead in Mississippi shooting; slain deputy and suspect identified

    Nbc12.com-VA 05.28 / 17:26 www.nbc12.com
    The MS Bureau of Investigation confirms eight people were shot and killed overnight in Lincoln County. One of those dead includes a Lincoln County…
  7. SPCA works to help trapped baby geese

    Wvec.com-VA 05.28 / 17:26 www.wvec.com
    Geese have no problem finding their way into the pond, but they can't seem to get…
  8. Gerald R. Ford returns from sea trials

    Wvec.com-VA 05.28 / 17:26 www.wvec.com
    The Navy's newest aircraft carrier has been taking part in 'acceptance trials.' The trials will prove that the carrier and its crew can effectively conduct operations at…
  1. Trial set for former high school science teacher accused of lewd conduct

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 05.28 / 20:03 myfoxspokane.com
    A late summer trial is scheduled for a former Lake City High School science…
  2. The Latest: Another Honda engine goes at Indy 500

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 05.28 / 20:03 myfoxspokane.com
    By The Associated Press The Latest on motorsport’s busiest day (all times local): 3:25…
  3. Merkel: Europe must stay united in face of ally uncertainty

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 05.28 / 20:03 myfoxspokane.com
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel is urging European Union nations to stick together in the…
  4. California woman shot by stray bullet saved by shaving cream can

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 05.28 / 20:03 myfoxspokane.com
    A woman who was hit by a stray bullet is alive all thanks to…
  5. Cannes Palme d’Or goes to Ruben Ostlund’s “The Square”

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 05.28 / 20:03 myfoxspokane.com
    CANNES, France (AP) – The Cannes Film Festival awarded its coveted Palme d’Or award…
  6. Update On Oregon Train Stabbings

    Nwpr.org - Washington 05.28 / 19:54 nwpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: In Portland on Friday, two men were stabbed to death on a light rail train. According to witnesses, they were intervening to help two women being targeted by an anti-Muslim rant by an aggressive passenger. Their deaths are being mourned this weekend, and police are investigating the background of Jeremy Joseph Christian, the 35-year-old accused of the two men's killing. For the latest on this, we have Molly Solomon of Oregon…
  7. The Call-In: Answering Your Questions About Owning A Home

    Nwpr.org - Washington 05.28 / 19:54 nwpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: It's time now for the Call-In. Today we're talking about home ownership. Who can afford to buy? Who can't and why? UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #1: Hi. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #2: Good morning. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #1: Hey, NPR. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #3: The market here in Colorado is out of this world. UNIDENTIFIED MAN #2: A downtown skyline contains just as many construction cranes as it does buildings. UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN #4: We've had offer…
  8. NASA Spacecraft Finds Storms On Jupiter

    Nwpr.org - Washington 05.28 / 19:54 nwpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: And this is Lulu's log - stardate May 28, 2017, where we consider matters of space, the stars, the universe and planets. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GARCIA-NAVARRO: Big surprises from the biggest planet in the solar system. NASA's Juno spacecraft has been circling Jupiter for almost a year collecting data. The first results from the mission have finally arrived, and it's everything strange and wonderful - massive storms, electron…
  1. Man Rescued From Tree House After Being Struck By Branch

    Authorities say a man had to be rescued from a western Pennsylvania tree house after he was struck and injured by a…
  2. Man Struck, Killed By Falling Tree He Cut Down

    Authorities say a western Pennsylvania man was killed when a tree he was cutting down fell on top of…
  3. Child Bitten Multiple Times By Pit Bull

    A child was bitten multiple times by a dog on Pittsburgh's North Side early Sunday…
  4. Grandmother, children killed in North Philadelphia fire

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 05.28 / 19:39 6abc.com
    Two children and their grandmother were killed in a Sunday morning fire in North…
  5. MU player who missed crash: ‘First there’s anger’

    Timeswv.com-WV 05.28 / 19:38 www.timeswv.com
    HUNTINGTON (AP) — The Nov. 14, 1970, plane crash involving the Marshall University football team that killed 75 people is the worst air disaster in American sports h…
  6. VIDEO: Scary crash at Indy 500, Scott Dixon out of race

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 05.28 / 18:36 6abc.com
    Pole sitter Scott Dixon was involved in a terrifying wreck that sent him out of the Indianapolis…
  7. Ex-substitute teacher who had sex with teen in Pa. cemetery gets more time behind bars

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 05.28 / 18:36 6abc.com
    A former substitute teacher who acknowledged having sex with a 17-year-old student in a car parked in a Pennsylvania cemetery has been ordered to serve more time behind…
  8. Report: Washington Twp. Officer Accidentally Inhales Suspected Narcotic

    A Washington Township police officer accidentally inhaled a suspected narcotic during an investigation early Sunday…
  1. Wisconsin sex trafficking bills target repeat patrons of prostitutes

    A pair of bills proposed by state lawmakers would target the demand for sex trafficking by cracking down on those who repeatedly patronize …
  2. Wisconsin sex trafficking bills target repeat patrons of prostitutes

    Thenorthwestern.com - Oshkosh 05.28 / 19:03 thenorthwestern.com
    A pair of bills proposed by state lawmakers would target the demand for sex trafficking by cracking down on those who repeatedly patronize …
  3. Wisconsin sex trafficking bills target repeat patrons of prostitutes

    A pair of bills proposed by state lawmakers would target the demand for sex trafficking by cracking down on those who repeatedly patronize …
  4. Dixon takes brunt of vicious crash at Indianapolis 500

    A terrible two-car crash occurred in Turn 2 of Sunday’s Indianapolis 5…
  5. Wisconsin sex trafficking bills target repeat patrons of prostitutes

    A pair of bills proposed by state lawmakers would target the demand for sex trafficking by cracking down on those who repeatedly patronize …
  6. Wisconsin sex trafficking bills target repeat patrons of prostitutes

    Htrnews.com - Manitowoc 05.28 / 18:44 htrnews.com
    A pair of bills proposed by state lawmakers would target the demand for sex trafficking by cracking down on those who repeatedly patronize …
  7. Black Texas Student Voted ‘Most Likely to Blend in With White People Award’

    Communityjournal.net - Milwaukee 05.28 / 18:40 communityjournal.net
    It was just this past Tuesday that a Texas seventh-grader, Lizeth Villanueva, was voted “Most Likely to Become a Terrorist,” at Anthony Aguirre Junior High. “They just found it as a joke,”  Lizeth Villanueva told KHOU. Villanueva, said that teachers signed different certificates like “most likely to cry for every little thing” and “most likely to become […] The post Black Texas Student Voted ‘Most Likely to Blend in With White People Award’ appeared first on Mi…
  8. Wisconsin sex trafficking bills target repeat patrons of prostitutes

    Postcrescent.com - Wisconsin (WI) 05.28 / 18:40 postcrescent.com
    A pair of bills proposed by state lawmakers would target the demand for sex trafficking by cracking down on those who repeatedly patronize …
  1. National Muslim rights group to open West Virginia office

    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 05.28 / 17:57 register-herald.com
    CHARLESTON (AP) — A national Muslim civil rights group plans to open an office in West V…
  2. Death Toll Rises As Philippine Military Tries To Regain Control Of Marawi

    The Philippine military said on Sunday it had found the bodies of 16 civilians as troops tried to gain control over the Marawi, which has been under siege from ISIS-allied militants. President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday he was imposing a 60-day period of martial law in the southern Philippines. He also suggested he may expand it nationwide, saying "it would not be any different from what President Marcos did," referring to the country's longtime dictator, who declared martial law in…
  3. Grizzly bear moved away from residential areas in NW Wyoming

    Billingsgazette.com-WY 05.28 / 16:22 billingsgazette.com
    JACKSON, Wyo. — Wyoming Game and Fish Department wildlife managers have trapped and relocated a young female grizzly bear in the northwest part of the s…
  4. As Trump Lifestyle Takes Toll On Secret Service, Lawmakers Try To Give Extra Support

    Nearly every weekend since Inauguration Day, President Trump has flown from Washington to one of his homes outside the capital. Most often he's stayed at Mar-a-Lago, his private club in Palm Beach, Fla. In April, he hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping there for a summit meeting, and in February he invited Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe down for a round of golf. Trump has also overnighted at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J. All the travel means a lot of work for the United States…
  5. The Science Behind The Super Abilities Of Sherpas

    Sherpas are extraordinary human beings. In the high peaks of the Himalayas, members of the Nepalese ethnic group are famous for their speed-climbing records , ascents of routes that no one has ascended before, expert guiding and other skills. What makes Sherpas so good at climbing into the wispy atmosphere of the world's tallest mountains? They may be better at harnessing oxygen than the rest of us, suggests a new study , which also offers insights that could eventually help ordinary…
  6. WATCH: Kids Craft Comics To Explore Immigration Fears

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