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  1. Voter registration deadline nears in Alabama Senate primary

    Wrbl.com - Alabama (AL) 07.22 / 14:35 wrbl.com
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The deadline to register to vote is nearing in Alabama’s U.S. Senate primary. Voters have through July 31 to reg…
  2. Heat Stroke and Your Pet

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 07.22 / 14:05 apr.org
    If your pet becomes overheated, you can put it in a tub of cool water; or use a garden hose or a small wading pool. And take your furry buddy to the veterinarian to determine if there has been any damage to internal organs! Heat stroke can cause brain swelling or kidney failure, even after you get your pet cooled down.…
  3. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 07.22 / 14:05 apr.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  4. Help plan the future of Birmingham's Five Points South at upcoming workshop

    Al.com-Birmingham 07.22 / 14:02 www.al.com
    A collective of property and business owners in Birmingham's Five Points South are continuing efforts to draft and adopt a master plan for the district in an upcoming…
  5. Priceville officer who shot teen after high-speed chase identified

    Al.com-Mobile 07.22 / 14:02 www.al.com
    The officer returned to patrol duty on Monday, according to a Priceville Police Department…
  6. Stop the Violence rally

    Fox10tv.com - Alabama (AL) 07.22 / 13:46 fox10tv.com
    The “Stop The Violence Rally” organized by Faith Plus Work is bringing resources out into the community to help put people's faith to practice in…
  7. Yes, Some Comics Are For Kids — And They're Big Business

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 07.22 / 13:06 apr.org
    Any self-respecting comics fan cringes at the phrase "comics aren't just for kids anymore." But any self-respecting comics fan also has to admit there are some great kids' comics out there — especially right now. Before I left for San Diego Comic-Con this week, I checked in with Lucy Strother, a fourth grade teacher in Philadelphia whose students just love comics. "We have like a comics and graphic novels bin in the library and it's perpetually empty because the kids are so obsessed with c…
  8. Soldier who trained at Fort Rucker indicted on charges of supporting Islamic State

    Al.com-Birmingham 07.22 / 13:03 www.al.com
    Army Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang was arrested by an FBI SWAT team on July 8. Kang was ordered held without…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 14:14 knba.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 14:14 knba.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 13:15 knba.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  4. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 13:15 knba.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  5. A Bother, A Brotherhood: Living Among The Mines In Coal Country

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 12:16 knba.org
    Walk up the white steps of the front porch where Mary Jo and Mike Picklo live, and you'll see three rocking chairs and a pair of binoculars. The couple bought their home on five acres in 2003 and planned to spend their golden years overlooking a vista of green farmland and thick trees in western Pennsylvania. But a few years ago, land surveyors appeared in the field across the road. Then bulldozers began digging a pit bigger than the house. Workers blasted through rock with such force the…
  6. Former Child Bride Is Pedaling Her Way To A Brighter Future

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 12:16 knba.org
    At 14, Jenipher Sanni married a man who already had a wife and kids. He yelled at her a lot. She dropped out of school. Now 20, she's left her husband and is a newly minted high school graduate. And she's helping girls in her community stay in school. This week, she was in Washington, D.C., to share her story with 300 girl advocates from around the world at the Girl Up Leadership Summit , an annual event organized by the U.N. Foundation. It was her first trip to the U.S. and the first time…
  7. DeVos Protests In Denver; House To Make Cuts To Education

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 10:17 knba.org
    In this week's edition of our education news roundup, we take you from school vouchers to AP exams to community college. Betsy DeVos speaks to American Legislative Exchange Council Protests greeted the education secretary in Denver this week at her speech to the American Legislative Exchange Council. Her family has close ties to the organization, which brings together state legislators, free-market conservatives and corporate sponsors to write model bills that get adopted all over the…
  8. As Log Trucks And Fishing Boats Leave, Gold Beach Tries To Remake Its Identity

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK) 07.22 / 10:17 knba.org
    NPR reporters are returning to their hometowns this summer to find out how they've changed – from job prospects to schools and how people see their community and the country. Once home to thriving timber and fishing industries, Gold Beach, Oregon now subsists on tourists and retirees looking for a quiet beach, a nice river trip and, in a few cases, marijuana. I left Gold Beach after graduating from high school in 1985. Back then, it was a blue-collar town dominated by the timber industry. R…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 14:36 wvasfm.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 14:36 wvasfm.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Knau.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 14:14 knau.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Knau.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 14:14 knau.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. Yes, Some Comics Are For Kids — And They're Big Business

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 13:37 wvasfm.org
    Any self-respecting comics fan cringes at the phrase "comics aren't just for kids anymore." But any self-respecting comics fan also has to admit there are some great kids' comics out there — especially right now. Before I left for San Diego Comic-Con this week, I checked in with Lucy Strother, a fourth grade teacher in Philadelphia whose students just love comics. "We have like a comics and graphic novels bin in the library and it's perpetually empty because the kids are so obsessed with c…
  6. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Knau.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 13:15 knau.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  7. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Knau.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 13:15 knau.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  8. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Wvasfm.org - Arizona (AZ) 07.22 / 12:38 wvasfm.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 07.22 / 14:15 ualrpublicradio.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 07.22 / 14:15 ualrpublicradio.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. Protesters And Police Clash During Protest Outside Of City Workhouse

    Ktrs.com - Arkansas (AR) 07.22 / 14:15 ktrs.com
    St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  About 150 protesters demonstrated outside of the St. Louis Workhouse Friday night over the conditions at the jail. The protesters voiced concerns over the lack of air conditioning at the jail. They also claim the jail has a mold and rodent problem. The protested resulted in a stand off with police, […
  4. DSB talks addition toward Healthy Active Yell effort

    Couriernews.com - Arkansas 07.22 / 14:00 couriernews.com
    DANVILLE - The Danville School Board discussed several items and accepted a bid during its regular meeting Monday. The board accepted the resignation of Sarah Miller, band director, and employed…
  5. THE COURIER / Patricia Spears Construction of a substation to the Clarksville Fire Department is underway on Massengale

    Couriernews.com - Arkansas 07.22 / 14:00 couriernews.com
    THE COURIER / Patricia Spears Construction of a substation to the Clarksville Fire Department is underway on Massengale Road, the economic development land in Clarksville. The substation will…
  6. Annals of the Granite Mountain 'dumping ground': Mining draws closer

    Arktimes.com - Arkansas 07.22 / 14:00 arktimes.com
    The Little Rock City Board agenda Tuesday includes an item that drew some heated comments from Granite Mountain residents earlier — a proposal from 3M to expand its existing mining operation into property currently zoned residential, but unoccupied. The Planning Commission approved the request without a dissenting vote. There was a ruckus at the City Board from long-time Granite Mountain residents because their neighborhood hadn't received notice of the proposal. There's been no…
  7. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 07.22 / 13:16 ualrpublicradio.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  8. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 07.22 / 13:16 ualrpublicradio.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Kazu.org - Seaside 07.22 / 14:39 kazu.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kazu.org - Seaside 07.22 / 14:39 kazu.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. Don’t dump a body in California, even if you’re no killer

    Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles 07.22 / 14:26 mynewsla.com
    Don’t dump a body in California, even if your motive is to cover up an accidental death. A new statute — “Erica’s Law” — extends the time for prosecution of such body dumping in the state from one year to four years. The legislation was prompted by the dumping of the body of 27-year-old Erica…
  4. Lancaster hit-and-run driver turns himself in after fatally injuring 11-year-old girl

    Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles 07.22 / 14:26 mynewsla.com
    A 25-year-old man suspected in a hit-and-run crash in Lancaster that fatally injured an 11-year-old girl was in custody Saturday, being held on $250,000 bail after he turned himself in to authorities. Eduardo Medrano Jr. turned himself in at 6 p.m. Friday at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lancaster Station, authorities said. The two-vehicle…
  5. Suspect accused in series of beating up women in Beverley Hills arrested

    Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles 07.22 / 14:26 mynewsla.com
      A suspect in a series of batteries of females in Beverly Hills, possibly sexual in nature, was in custody Saturday The crimes occurred between 6 and 10 p.m. Thursday in the 200 block of North Rodeo Drive, 400 block of North Canon Drive and 9600 block of South Santa Monica Boulevard, according to Beverly…
  6. What caused helicopter crash injuring 4 in Sherman Oaks?

    Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles 07.22 / 14:26 mynewsla.com
    The cause of a crash-landing made by a helicopter in Sherman Oaks that left the four people aboard the aircraft injured was being investigated Saturday, authorities said. Firefighters were sent to the 15000 block of West Valleyheart Drive shortly after noon Friday, the Los Angeles Fire Department reported. Two men, a woman and a teenage…
  7. USC begins process of firing ex-medical school dean accused of drug abuse

    Mynewsla.com - Los Angeles 07.22 / 14:26 mynewsla.com
    USC has begun the process of terminating former medical school dean Carmen Puliafito and stripping him of his faculty tenure because of substance abuse-related activities, university officials announced. Puliafito is under immediate suspension from the university and is barred from its campuses and any association with USC, including attending or participating in university events, Michael…
  8. Universal Café – Old Timer in the Mission

    Missionlocal.org - San - Francisco 07.22 / 14:19 missionlocal.org
    Universal may look like a new gentrifier, with its line of single-20-somethings, baby-carriage-pushing30-somethings brunch-goers, and its airy/chic/industrial/schoolhouse interior, but I’ll have you know that they’ve been in that space for 23 years – since 1994! Who am I kidding? You probably already knew – I’m a total latecomer on this one. I had no idea. They even have some rock star chef cred – Jennifer Biesty, who competed on Top…
  1. Dale Aquino Pacheco

    Pagosasun.com - Pagosa Springs 07.22 / 14:19 pagosasun.com
    Dale Aquino Pacheco was born Aug. 25, 1955. He passed peacefully on June 30, surrounded by his family, in Denver. Dale is survived by his son, Jeremy (Vanessa) Pacheco; daughter Natasha Pacheco; daughter Merissa (Jonathan Aguilar) Morales; 11 grandchildren: Damon, Jayden, Jyana, Chase, Rafael, Joziah, Shayla, Melina, Amerie, Elisa and Jonathan; and one great-grandchild, Nehemiah;…
  2. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kvnf.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 14:15 kvnf.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  3. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kvnf.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 14:15 kvnf.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  4. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 14:14 kawc.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  5. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 14:14 kawc.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  6. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Kvnf.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 13:16 kvnf.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  7. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Kvnf.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 13:16 kvnf.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  8. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Kawc.org - Colorado (CO) 07.22 / 13:14 kawc.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  1. Letter: Addressing Alcohol, Drug Abuse in New Canaan; Vigil Downtown Planned for Aug. 31

    Newcanaanite.com - New Canaan 07.22 / 14:35 newcanaanite.com
    Dear Editor, Drug overdose deaths in 2016 exceeded 59,000, the largest annual jump ever recorded in the United States, according to the New York Times. On Aug. 31, all over the world, it will be “Overdose Awareness Day.” In New Canaan there will be a community overdose awareness vigil in the Pop-Up Park on South [&#…
  2. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 07.22 / 14:35 wnpr.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  3. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wnpr.org - Connecticut (CT) 07.22 / 14:35 wnpr.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  4. Search continues for Stratford man swept from Milford sandbar

    Stratfordstar.com - Stratford 07.22 / 14:20 stratfordstar.com
    Milford fire and police will be searching Long Island Sound Saturday for the body of... The post Search continues for Stratford man swept from Milford sandbar appeared first on Stratford…
  5. Obituary: Steven Kennell Palmer, 60 — devoted husband, father, friend, and mentor, former Darien resident

    Darientimes.com - Darien 07.22 / 14:12 darientimes.com
    Mr. Palmer was a co-founder of the Darien Real Estate Club and a member of the Darien High School Building Subcommittee, St. Thomas More Church, and the Country Club of Darien. The post Obituary: Steven Kennell Palmer, 60 — devoted husband, father, friend, and mentor, former Darien resident appeared first on Darien T…
  6. Lauren Starkey Finds Calling with Music Therapy; Completes Six-Week Study Course in Thailand

    Lauren Starkey has always had music in her soul. She started writing songs when she was a 15-year-old student at…
  7. Search continues for man swept from sandbar yesterday

    Milfordmirror.com - Connecticut 07.22 / 14:00 milfordmirror.com
    Milford fire and police will be searching Long Island Sound Saturday for the body of... The post Search continues for man swept from sandbar yesterday appeared first on Milford…
  8. Here’s how you can get free gas in Hartford today

    Foxct.com - Connecticut 07.22 / 14:00 foxct.com
    HARTFORD —  100 hundred cars will receive $20 in free gas in addition to information about Prostate Cancer awareness from the Curtis D. Robinson Center for Health Equity. This will be taking place at the Shell Gas Station at 949 Albany Avenue starting at 10 a.m., to 12:30 p.m. “For families in poverty, people are choosing gas over food. The Curtis and Sheila Robinson Foundation is committed to be a hand-up to the poorest families in Connecticut. For many years, the […
  1. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Delawarepublic.org - Dover 07.22 / 14:13 delawarepublic.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  2. Do you really need these vitamin supplements?

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 07.22 / 13:34 wgmd.com
    According to 2016 consumer survey data, 71 percent of U.S. adults take some type of dietary supplement. And the appeal of supplements is obvious. We know vitamins are necessary for health, so why not make sure we’re covering our bases? The darker side of dietary supplements is that many of the alleged health benefits are…
  3. Khloe Kardashian slams haters who've been trolling her since OJ Simpson was granted parole

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 07.22 / 13:34 wgmd.com
    Khloe Kardashian has no time for haters. Following news that Kardashian family friend O.J. Simpson was granted parole on Thursday, users began flooding the reality star’s social media accounts with messages of hate, bringing back to light the speculation that the former NFL star is her real father. WATCH: Kato Kaelin Talks OJ Simpson Parole:…
  4. 15-year-old girl among two shot in Wilmington early Saturday

    Delawareonline.com - Wilmington - 07.22 / 13:15 delawareonline.com
    This is the eleventh juvenile shot in Wilmington so far this year. That's down from 20 children shot last year for the same time…
  5. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Delawarepublic.org - Dover 07.22 / 12:16 delawarepublic.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  6. A Bother, A Brotherhood: Living Among The Mines In Coal Country

    Delawarepublic.org - Dover 07.22 / 12:16 delawarepublic.org
    Walk up the white steps of the front porch where Mary Jo and Mike Picklo live, and you'll see three rocking chairs and a pair of binoculars. The couple bought their home on five acres in 2003 and planned to spend their golden years overlooking a vista of green farmland and thick trees in western Pennsylvania. But a few years ago, land surveyors appeared in the field across the road. Then bulldozers began digging a pit bigger than the house. Workers blasted through rock with such force the…
  7. Former Child Bride Is Pedaling Her Way To A Brighter Future

    Delawarepublic.org - Dover 07.22 / 12:16 delawarepublic.org
    At 14, Jenipher Sanni married a man who already had a wife and kids. He yelled at her a lot. She dropped out of school. Now 20, she's left her husband and is a newly minted high school graduate. And she's helping girls in her community stay in school. This week, she was in Washington, D.C., to share her story with 300 girl advocates from around the world at the Girl Up Leadership Summit , an annual event organized by the U.N. Foundation. It was her first trip to the U.S. and the first time…
  8. DeVos Protests In Denver; House To Make Cuts To Education

    Delawarepublic.org - Dover 07.22 / 10:17 delawarepublic.org
    In this week's edition of our education news roundup, we take you from school vouchers to AP exams to community college. Betsy DeVos speaks to American Legislative Exchange Council Protests greeted the education secretary in Denver this week at her speech to the American Legislative Exchange Council. Her family has close ties to the organization, which brings together state legislators, free-market conservatives and corporate sponsors to write model bills that get adopted all over the…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 07.22 / 14:38 news.wfsu.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wuwf.org - Florida (FL) 07.22 / 14:36 wuwf.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  3. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wuwf.org - Florida (FL) 07.22 / 14:36 wuwf.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  4. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wqcs.org - Florida (FL) 07.22 / 14:35 wqcs.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  5. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wqcs.org - Florida (FL) 07.22 / 14:35 wqcs.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  6. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wlrn.org - Miami 07.22 / 14:35 wlrn.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  7. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wlrn.org - Miami 07.22 / 14:35 wlrn.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  8. Work. Life. Balance

    Thelakelander.com - Lakeland 07.22 / 14:29 thelakelander.com
    Because balance takes place in the midst of action.…
  1. Slight chances for showers, thunderstorms throughout weekend

    Wtoc.com - Screven County 07.22 / 14:35 wtoc.com
    Weekend highs to remain in the 90's, but keep an eye out for some POSSIBLE showers and thunderstorms. READ MORE in your weekend weather forecast…
  2. Fort Benning soldier included in four overnight shooting deaths in Columbus

    Wrbl.com - Georgia (GA) 07.22 / 14:35 wrbl.com
    COLUMBUS, GA- Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan confirms to News 3 a Fort Benning soldier was among the four who were shot and killed in…
  3. Georgia senators reviewing corporate, personal tax breaks

    Accessnorthga.com - Georgia (GA) 07.22 / 14:34 accessnorthga.com
    A Georgia Senate committee is beginning what could be a years-long study of the hundreds of millions of dollars in tax breaks given to industries and individuals each…
  4. Grand Opening of new Blairsville Airport Terminal delayed until August

    Fetchyournews.com - Union County 07.22 / 14:20 fetchyournews.com
    Blairsville, GA – The Blairsville Airport is getting a new terminal building. The building was initially scheduled to open in July 2017. However, due to back-ordered furniture and City of Blairsville and Union County Officials being out of pocket during the month of July, the Grand Opening has been pushed back to August, 2017. Specifically,…
  5. Sandy Springs history comes to life in new publication

    Local history lives again in a new print edition of “The Sandy Springs Gazette,” a digital magazine of area lore published by Heritage Sandy Springs. Full of stories about Holocaust survivors, integrating public schools and notable local figures, the magazine is available for free at local businesses, Sandy Springs City Hall and the Heritage Sandy […] The post Sandy Springs history comes to life in new publication appeared first on Reporter New…
  6. Georgia senators reviewing corporate, personal tax breaks

    Wtvm.com - Georgia 07.22 / 14:00 wtvm.com
    A Georgia Senate committee is beginning what could be a years-long study of the hundreds of millions of dollars in tax breaks given to industries and individuals each…
  7. News Minute: Here is the latest Georgia news from The Associated Press at 7:40 a.m. EDT

    Wtvm.com - Georgia 07.22 / 14:00 wtvm.com
    President Donald Trump has announced his picks for the top federal prosecutors in two of Georgia's three U.S. court districts. The White House said in a news release Friday that Trump plans to nominate Byung J.…
  8. 9:30 a.m. update: Accident cleared on I-75 Northbound near Exit 296 in Bartow County following tractor trailer crash. Ex

    Johndruckenmiller.com - Georgia (GA) 07.22 / 13:45 johndruckenmiller.com
    9:30 a.m.: All lanes open and clear following morning accident on  I-75 Northbound in Bartow County near Exit 296. Previous report: Use caution this morning on I-75 Northbound in Bartow County. One right lane is shut down near Exit 296: Cassville-White Rd. with a tractor trailer off the roadway. GDOT reports accident expected to be …
  1. King tides combine with Fernanda for high surf

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 07.22 / 12:29 thegardenisland.com
    NAWILIWILI — King tides brought the ocean up 3 feet at Nawiliwili Harbor on Friday afternoon, higher than the predicted 2.35 feet according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric A…
  2. Rodeo launches Koloa Plantation Days

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 07.22 / 12:29 thegardenisland.com
    POIPU — Sherry Brandon of Colorado was helping Stephanie Barnum dispense rodeo wear Friday under the shade of a large tent while roping competitors peppered the arena at the CJM Country S…
  3. Runaway needs medical help

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 07.22 / 12:29 thegardenisland.com
    LIHUE — The Kauai Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a run…
  4. Bridge work stalls Kaumualii Highway traffic

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 07.22 / 12:29 thegardenisland.com
    LIHUE — Motorists on Kaumualii Highway near the Maluhia Road junction are reminded of the work being done by the Hawaii Department of Transportation in partnership with Central Federal Lands Highway D…
  5. Advisory Level Surf Continues this Weekend

    Mauinow.com - Maui 07.22 / 12:18 mauinow.com
    An east swell generated when Fernanda was a major hurricane will continue to affect eastern exposures. A High Surf Advisory is in place for the…
  6. Unsettled Weather Possible This Weekend

    Mauinow.com - Maui 07.22 / 12:18 mauinow.com
    An unsettled period is in the forecast for this weekend and into early next week as an upper level disturbance interacts with low level…
  7. Mexico murders up with deadliest month in at least 20 years

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 07.22 / 11:03 staradvertiser.com
    MEXICO CITY >> Mexico’s spiraling violence reached new heights with 2,234 murders in June, the country’s deadliest month in at least 20 years, according to government…
  8. Television and radio

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 07.22 / 11:03 staradvertiser.com
      TODAY TIME TV OC HT AUTO RACING XFINITY Lilly Diabetes 250 qualifying 6:30 a.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 9 a.m. FS2 NA/241* 76* XFINITY Lilly Diabetes 250 9:30 a.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 Read…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. Trump blasts Clintons, NY Times, ‘fake news’ in lengthy Twitter rant

    590kid.com - Idaho (ID) 07.22 / 13:37 590kid.com
    President Trump went on a wide-ranging Twitter rant Saturday morning, bashing Hillary Clinton, “fake news,” The New York Times and other favorite targets. Trump tweeted at least eight times within a one-hour period, focusing first [...] The post Trump blasts Clintons, NY Times, ‘fake news’ in lengthy Twitter rant appeared first on KID…
  4. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  5. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  6. Hotelier-in-Chief: Here Are the Trumps' New Hotels

    Boiseweekly.com - Boise City 07.22 / 13:05 www.boiseweekly.com
    Two brothers from the Mississippi Delta, who are working with President Trump’s sons on four new hotels, met the president through Gov. Phil Bryant. One of the brothers has been a campaign donor to Bryant since 2011. Last August, Mississippi's governor introduced a local hotel developer to then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at a $1,000-per-plate private fundraiser in Jackson. The developer, Suresh Chawla, had long been a campaign donor…
  7. Trump attacks Post story on Sessions, says ‘illegal leaks’ must stop

    590kid.com - Idaho (ID) 07.22 / 12:38 590kid.com
    President Trump hit back Saturday at a Washington Post story that stated Attorney General Jeff Sessions talked to a Russian ambassador during the 2016 presidential campaign about policy issues and other matters, saying the “illegal leaks” must [...] The post Trump attacks Post story on Sessions, says ‘illegal leaks’ must stop appeared first on KID…
  8. Hutchison, Trump’s pick for NATO envoy, seems headed for confirmation

    590kid.com - Idaho (ID) 07.22 / 12:38 590kid.com
    Kay Bailey Hutchison, a Republican and former U.S. senator from Texas, appears on track to win Senate confirmation as President Trump’s choice for U.S. ambassador to NATO, the Texas Tribune reported this week. Hutchison, 74, [...] The post Hutchison, Trump’s pick for NATO envoy, seems headed for confirmation appeared first on KID…
  1. Heavy storm damage in Schaumburg

    Cltv.com - Chicago 07.22 / 14:06 cltv.com
    SCHAUMBURG, Ill. —  Strong winds, severe downpours and hail caused major damage in several north and northewest suburbs with Schaumburg and Itasca among the hardest hit. Massive amounts of rainfall — then hail –and high winds quickly turned destructive with trees uprooted, tree branches snapped in half and power lines downed. There was serious damage to homes in several subdivisions, including one not far from the Schaumburg village hall and police stations near …
  2. Illinois Raptor Center expands rehabilitation space

    Pantagraph.com - Illinois 07.22 / 14:00 pantagraph.com
    DECATUR, Ill. (AP) — A raptor center in Illinois soon will have rehabilitation space for injured birds of any s…
  3. The risk for severe storms across the Chicago area is significantly reduced

    Wgntv.com - Illinois 07.22 / 14:00 wgntv.com
    With overnight storms moving off to the east and the Flash Flood Watch no longer in effect, the threat of strong to severe thunderstorms is much reduced here today. The National Storm Prediction Center has northeast Illinois into northwest Indiana in a Marginal Risk Saturday and Saturday night (dark-green-shaded area on the highlighted map) . A few widely scattered or isolated strong showers/thunderstorms could redevelop with afternoon heating ahead of a cold front that should move through …
  4. Linkin Park cancels tour after singer’s death

    Wgntv.com - Illinois 07.22 / 14:00 wgntv.com
    Linkin Park has canceled its upcoming tour just days after the death of the band’s frontman, Chester Bennington. Concert promoter Live Nation made the announcement via a tweet, which the band’s official account retweeted. “The Linkin Park One More Light North American Tour has been cancelled,” it reads. “Refunds avail at point of purchase. Our thoughts to all affected.” The tour was scheduled to begin next week in Massachusetts. As late as Saturday…
  5. 3 wounded in shooting on I-55

    Abc7chicago.com - Chicago 07.22 / 13:05 abc7chicago.com
    Three people were wounded in a shooting on I-55 Friday night, Illinois State Police…
  6. Illinois’ Asian carp population half what is was a decade ago

    Wjbc.com - Illinois 07.22 / 13:01 wjbc.com
    The state of Illinois has done a great job of fishing the Asian carp population down. But wildlife managers in the state say what they really need is a good carp fish sandwich to clear out the invasive fish from Illinois'…
  7. Gill Pre-Trial Hearing

    Wlds.com - Illinois (IL) 07.22 / 12:36 wlds.com
    The long-awaited trial of Robert Gill is experiencing yet another delay following yesterday’s pre-trial hearing. While the trial was originally scheduled to start on August 7th, an official date for Read M…
  8. 45th Annual Fiesta del Sol

    Abc7chicago.com - Chicago 07.22 / 12:06 abc7chicago.com
    A Chicago summer tradition returns for its 45th year on July 27-30,…
  1. Notable moments from Sean Spicer’s tenure as press secretary

    Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN) 07.22 / 14:39 wimsradio.com
    Win McNamee/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned Friday after six months on the job as President Trump’s spokesman, during which he became one of the most well-known presidential representatives. From his first appearance in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room, Spicer, who will continue in the role through August, gained a reputation for verbal stumbles and terse confrontations with reporters, making his press conferences a Read…
  2. Holcomb asks feds to allow Medicaid work requirements

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.22 / 12:38 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric Holcomb has submitted a finalized proposal allowing for changes to the state’s Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 serving low-income Hoosiers. The Family and Social Services Administration announced Thursday that the proposed waiver from current federal Medicaid rules was sent to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The Republican governor is seeking permission to require some adults t have a job or to enroll in a work-readiness program to qualify for…
  3. Cecil the lion’s son shot and killed by trophy hunter

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.22 / 11:38 cbs4indy.com
    ZIMBABWE — The son of Cecil the lion, 6-year-old Xanda, has been shot and killed by an American trophy hunter near the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. According to the Washington Post, officials at Hwange National Park were monitoring Xanda through an electronic collar and noticed that the lion started to leave park grounds. Andrew Loveridge, who works with the team that supplies the collars said, “I fitted it last October. It was monitored almost daily and we were aware that …
  4. ‘Crash parade!’ Man films himself mowing down beach chairs, cooler during pursuit

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.22 / 11:38 cbs4indy.com
    DUNEDIN, Fla. – A man fleeing police recorded himself driving at high speed across the pristine sand of Clearwater Beach in Florida, plowing through chairs and drinking alcohol, according to WTSP-TV. After a wild, nine-minute chase, officers caught up with the suspect, identified as 27-year-old Ryan Stiles, of Pinellas Park. The video shows Stiles tearing across the beach screaming obscenities. At one point he yells “Crash parade, bro!” as he appears to drive over multiple f…
  5. Florida man angry about AT&T trucks parked in front of house, shoots out tires

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.22 / 11:38 cbs4indy.com
    HIALEAH, Fla. — A retired Florida firefighter apparently shot the tires on multiple AT&T trucks because he was upset they were parked near his home, according to WSVN. Police said utility workers were working on lines near the home when 64-year-old Jorge Jove approached them on Wednesday morning. Jove was apparently upset because the trucks were parked in front of his home, officials told WSVN. The workers told the man they would move the trucks after the work was completed.…
  6. Indiana’s unemployment rate declines to 3 percent in June

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.22 / 11:38 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS – The state says Indiana’s unemployment rate declined to 3 percent in June and is below the national rate of 4.4 percent last month. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said Friday the state’s June jobless rate compared with one of 3.2 percent in May. Indiana’s labor force decreased by 2,427 over the previous month, with a 4,088 increase in employment and a 6,515 decrease in unemployment. Indiana’s total labor force is more than 3.3…
  7. Deadly salmonella outbreak linked to papayas

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.22 / 11:38 cbs4indy.com
    Forty-seven people in 12 states have become infected with salmonella believed to be linked to yellow Maradol papayas, federal health officials said Friday. Twelve people have been hospitalized, and one death has been reported, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Investigators are working to learn where the contamination occurred in the supply chain,” the CDC said. Among those reporting illness, symptoms began between May 17 and June 28. Illnesses…
  8. Edsall Avenue Bridge change approved by Allen County Commissioners

    News-sentinel.com - Allen County 07.22 / 11:20 news-sentinel.com
    A bridge closed since 2015 will have a pedestrian trail when it…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 07.22 / 14:15 kwit.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kwit.org - Iowa (IA) 07.22 / 14:15 kwit.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Iowapublicradio.org - Iowa (IA) 07.22 / 14:12 iowapublicradio.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Iowapublicradio.org - Iowa (IA) 07.22 / 14:12 iowapublicradio.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. Iowa State hopes to form multimillion-dollar Koch deal

    Thegazette.com - Cedar Rapids 07.22 / 14:10 thegazette.com
    Iowa State University hopes to have a final agreement soon with the Charles Koch Foundation for a program studying Midwest economies, despite concern from some economics faculty members…
  6. Soesbe settles in

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 07.22 / 14:07 clintonherald.com
    Laurie Soesbe started as the Clinton Police Department’s public service officer in June. Find out more about her in this week’s edition of Meet Your Nei…
  7. Arts center presents play

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 07.22 / 14:07 clintonherald.com
    DEWITT — The Central DeWitt Performing Arts Center continues the beginning of another season with a summer musical. Missoula Children’s Theatre presents “Peter and Wendy,” at 7 p.m. Aug. 4 and 3:30 p.m. Aug. 5…
  8. Fareway, Variety donate bikes

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 07.22 / 14:07 clintonherald.com
    CLINTON — Fareway Stores, in partnership with Variety — the Children’s Charity, provided a donation of 25 bikes through the YWCA to local children in need…
  1. FHSU prof. elected as president of Sustainable Development Division of IISE

    Hayspost.com - Hays 07.22 / 12:13 hayspost.com
    FHSU University Relations and Marketing Fort Hays State University’s Dr. Greg Weisenborn, associate professor of management, was recently elected as president of the Sustainable Development Division of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). Weisenborn was recognized for his contribution toward advancing the knowledge and practice of sustainability in the fields of industrial engineering […
  2. Fort Hays State sophomore earns honors at national leadership conference

    Hayspost.com - Hays 07.22 / 12:13 hayspost.com
    FHSU University Relations Allison Railsback, Mankato sophomore majoring in agricultural business at Fort Hays State University, recently received national recognition at the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif. Railsback, president of Kansas Phi Beta Lambda, competed in several events, including business presentation and sales presentation, for which she…
  3. Hot, humid Saturday

    Hayspost.com - Hays 07.22 / 12:13 hayspost.com
    Today A 10 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 5pm. Sunny and hot, with a high near 105. Southwest wind 5 to 7 mph becoming east in the afternoon. Tonight A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly between 7pm and 4am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 70. East northeast wind 7…
  4. News Minute: Here is the latest Arkansas news from The Associated Press at 3:40 a.m. CDT

    Ksla.com - Arkansas 07.22 / 12:04 www.ksla.com
    Heat advisories are in effect across Oklahoma and Arkansas as triple-digit temperatures are forecast for the region. The National Weather Service said Friday that the advisories will remain in effect until 8 p.m.…
  5. Final leg of this current stretch of triple digit heat

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 07.22 / 11:16 ksnt.com
    Tracking the final day of this current heat…
  6. First Amendment: More Americans see less media bias — but why?

    Hayspost.com - Hays 07.22 / 11:13 hayspost.com
    Attention you so-called “enemies of the people” and alleged purveyors of biased reporting: There’s reason to think fewer people than last year might see you that way, despite the ongoing, politicized attacks from multiple quarters on the news media’s credibility. President Donald Trump hurled that “enemies” epithet at journalists some time ago, and continues to…
  7. In Kansas City, Education Choices Still Divide Schools By Race

    Hayspost.com - Hays 07.22 / 11:13 hayspost.com
    By ELLE MOXLEY There are fewer high school age students enrolled in public schools in Kansas City than there are in the elementary grades. But while charter operators say there aren’t enough high school options, Kansas City Public Schools officials argue there are too many. Supt. Mark Bedell can’t even keep them all straight. “We have [̷…
  8. 🎥 Santa Maria Sister City reps say Happy Birthday to Hays

    Hayspost.com - Hays 07.22 / 11:13 hayspost.com
    By BECKY KISER Hays Post The sesquicentennial celebration of Hays has been made even more special this weekend with an honored delegation of visitors from Paraguay. Four people from Hays’ Sister City Santa Maria de Fe, Paraguay, are in town to enjoy the festivities, including a dedication and reception Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Hays …
  1. News Minute: Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press at 7:40 a.m. EDT

    Wdrb.com - Kentucky (KY) 07.22 / 14:33 wdrb.com
    A federal judge has issued an order to keep protesters away from a buffer zone outside Kentucky's only abortion clinic, which is targeted by a national anti-abortion group. The temporary restraining order issued…
  2. Highlands businesses unite to help students prepare for school year

    Wave3.com - Louisville 07.22 / 14:32 wave3.com
    Family Scholar House helps low-income students with families pursue college degrees while being full-time…
  3. Yes, Some Comics Are For Kids — And They're Big Business

    Wkms.org - Murray 07.22 / 13:35 wkms.org
    Any self-respecting comics fan cringes at the phrase "comics aren't just for kids anymore." But any self-respecting comics fan also has to admit there are some great kids' comics out there — especially right now. Before I left for San Diego Comic-Con this week, I checked in with Lucy Strother, a fourth grade teacher in Philadelphia whose students just love comics. "We have like a comics and graphic novels bin in the library and it's perpetually empty because the kids are so obsessed with c…
  4. Just a simple hot dog correction to us, but it's big news elsewhere

    Courier-journal.com - Louisville 07.22 / 13:09 courier-journal.com
    One little statement about the humble hot dog gets national…
  5. 4-month-old dies after going into cardiac arrest near Klondike neighborhood

    Courier-journal.com - Louisville 07.22 / 13:09 courier-journal.com
    The 4-month-old was transported to the hospital and died. A death investigation is…
  6. LBL to Host 21st Annual Hummingbird Festival

    Westkentuckystar.com - Kentucky (KY) 07.22 / 12:35 westkentuckystar.com
    Woodlands Nature Station will host the 21st Annual Hummingbird Festival, Saturday and Sunday, August 5 and 6, from 10 am- 5 pm at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Admission to this special event is $7 ages 13 and up, $5 ages 5-12, and free for children 4 and under. Ruby-throated Hummingbird migration peaks at Land Between the Lakes in August. This festival is a wonderful time for people to see and learn about these powerful birds, says Nature Station Lead Naturalist…
  7. Ford Model T to the Pinnacle

    Harlandaily.com - Harlan 07.22 / 12:29 harlandaily.com
    Long before the establishment of a great national park at Cumberland Gap, students at Lincoln Memorial University were lured to the Pinnacle for hikes, picnics, and adventure. Other residents in the Tri-State area were also attracted to the peak which offered then as now a majestic view of the valleys and mountains. It was in…
  8. Harlan Daily Enterprise to host grand-reopening

    Harlandaily.com - Harlan 07.22 / 11:30 harlandaily.com
    Harlan Daily Enterprise employees recently moved to their new office location at 1512 South U.S. Hwy. 421 Bypass and now they are inviting business owners, officials and Harlan County residents to come by and see the new office. In conjunction with the Harlan County Chamber of Commerce, the Harlan Daily Enterprise will be hosting an…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 07.22 / 14:14 krvs.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 07.22 / 14:14 krvs.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. Fellowships will allow 2 from Loyola to pursue book projects

    Ksla.com - Louisiana 07.22 / 14:01 www.ksla.com
    Newly announced fellowships from the National Humanities Center in North Carolina will enable two faculty members at Loyola University in New Orleans to pursue book…
  4. Application period starts Wednesday for farm flood grants

    Ksla.com - Louisiana 07.22 / 14:01 www.ksla.com
    Farmers who lost at least $10,000 to last year's floods can get federal grants to cover up to $100,000 in such losses, and the application period begins…
  5. Application period starts Wednesday for farm flood grants

    The $9.5 million block grant program covers farmers and ranchers with operations in any of the 51 parishes declared disaster areas last year by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. "Conventional disaster programs like low-interest disaster loans and crop insurance are often inadequate when our farmers are impacted by major disasters like the flooding of 2016," Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain said when he announced the program last month. Eligible economic losses determined by…
  6. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 07.22 / 13:15 krvs.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  7. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 07.22 / 13:15 krvs.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  8. Yes, Some Comics Are For Kids — And They're Big Business

    Krvs.org - Louisiana (LA) 07.22 / 13:15 krvs.org
    Any self-respecting comics fan cringes at the phrase "comics aren't just for kids anymore." But any self-respecting comics fan also has to admit there are some great kids' comics out there — especially right now. Before I left for San Diego Comic-Con this week, I checked in with Lucy Strother, a fourth grade teacher in Philadelphia whose students just love comics. "We have like a comics and graphic novels bin in the library and it's perpetually empty because the kids are so obsessed with c…
  1. Eat your weeds: it's an Herbal Revolution

    Waldo.villagesoup.com - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 14:23 waldo.villagesoup.com
    In 2015, Kathi Langelier moved approximately 400 plants from her Lincolnville garden to her new farm on North Union Road. With those plants, she produces medicinal tonics, shrubs, elixirs and teas under the name Herbal Revolution Farm & Apothecary, which are distributed to about 180 stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Urban Outfitters and Mom's Organics, as well as co-ops and natural food stores. Herbal…
  2. Planning Board grants final approval of courthouse plans

    Waldo.villagesoup.com - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 14:23 waldo.villagesoup.com
    The state has received the green light to proceed with construction of a new consolidated courthouse building at the intersections of Market and Church streets. The proposed facility will be built on three merged properties covering about 1 acre. The three-story courthouse is expected to have a 15,000-square-foot footprint and total usable area of about 37,000 square feet. Jeff Henthorn, director of court…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 14:18 news.mpbn.net
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 14:18 news.mpbn.net
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 13:19 news.mpbn.net
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  6. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 13:19 news.mpbn.net
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  7. A Bother, A Brotherhood: Living Among The Mines In Coal Country

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 12:20 news.mpbn.net
    Walk up the white steps of the front porch where Mary Jo and Mike Picklo live, and you'll see three rocking chairs and a pair of binoculars. The couple bought their home on five acres in 2003 and planned to spend their golden years overlooking a vista of green farmland and thick trees in western Pennsylvania. But a few years ago, land surveyors appeared in the field across the road. Then bulldozers began digging a pit bigger than the house. Workers blasted through rock with such force the…
  8. Former Child Bride Is Pedaling Her Way To A Brighter Future

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 07.22 / 12:20 news.mpbn.net
    At 14, Jenipher Sanni married a man who already had a wife and kids. He yelled at her a lot. She dropped out of school. Now 20, she's left her husband and is a newly minted high school graduate. And she's helping girls in her community stay in school. This week, she was in Washington, D.C., to share her story with 300 girl advocates from around the world at the Girl Up Leadership Summit , an annual event organized by the U.N. Foundation. It was her first trip to the U.S. and the first time…
  1. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 07.22 / 14:16 wypr.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  2. Federal Grand Jury Indicts US Soldier On Terrorism Charges

    A federal grand jury in Hawaii indicted a U.S. soldier Friday for attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State…
  3. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 07.22 / 13:17 wypr.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  4. Yes, Some Comics Are For Kids — And They're Big Business

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 07.22 / 13:17 wypr.org
    Any self-respecting comics fan cringes at the phrase "comics aren't just for kids anymore." But any self-respecting comics fan also has to admit there are some great kids' comics out there — especially right now. Before I left for San Diego Comic-Con this week, I checked in with Lucy Strother, a fourth grade teacher in Philadelphia whose students just love comics. "We have like a comics and graphic novels bin in the library and it's perpetually empty because the kids are so obsessed with c…
  5. Salisbury mothers unite in grief to stop violence

    Delmarvanow.com - Salisbury 07.22 / 13:15 delmarvanow.com
    Mothers Denise Handy-Moss and Shanell Taylor tell of the deaths of their sons in an effort to stop violence among Salisbury…
  6. Ward 6 Aldermanic Candidate takes matters into own hands to provide AC for HACA residents

    DaJuan Gay, a 20-year old who is running for Alderman in Ward 6 had enough. The University of Maryland Eastern Shore student was tired of seeing his neighbors struggle in the heat without any real means of cooling down. So, he did what any millennial would do—he took to social media to some help. The…
  7. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 07.22 / 12:18 wypr.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  8. A Bother, A Brotherhood: Living Among The Mines In Coal Country

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 07.22 / 11:18 wypr.org
    Walk up the white steps of the front porch where Mary Jo and Mike Picklo live, and you'll see three rocking chairs and a pair of binoculars. The couple bought their home on five acres in 2003 and planned to spend their golden years overlooking a vista of green farmland and thick trees in western Pennsylvania. But a few years ago, land surveyors appeared in the field across the road. Then bulldozers began digging a pit bigger than the house. Workers blasted through rock with such force the…
  1. The Latest: Minneapolis police shooting witness emerges

    Westernmassnews.com - Massachusetts (MA) 07.22 / 14:40 westernmassnews.com
    Minneapolis police chief says she wants to let 'fresh set of leadership eyes' be in charge of department, resigns amid criticism over shooting of Australian woman who had called…
  2. ‘Walking Dead’ Comic-Con panel pays tribute to late stuntman

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 07.22 / 14:05 capecod.com
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — “The Walking Dead” panel at Comic-Con Friday almost didn’t happen after the death of a stunt performer on the show earlier this month. Showrunner Scott Gimple started the presentation in the San Diego Convention Center’s largest exhibition hall by paying tribute to stuntman John Bernecker, who was fatally injured during production […
  3. Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner says Sansa is ‘woke now’

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 07.22 / 14:05 capecod.com
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — “Game of Thrones” star Sophie Turner says her once naive character Sansa Stark is woke now. Speaking to a 6,500-person crowd Friday during the show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Turner revealed that Sansa now trusts no one, whether it be a man, woman or family. Turner was joined on stage […
  4. Beyonce wax figure touched up after fans say it’s too white

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 07.22 / 14:05 capecod.com
    NEW YORK (AP) — A wax figure of Beyonce at Madame Tussauds in New York has been given a makeover after fans of the megastar said the figure was too white. The wax Beyonce sported wavy blond hair and appeared to be thinner and lighter-skinned than the “Lemonade” singer in real life. Fans complained on […
  5. Sale blanks Angels for 6 innings in Boston’s 6-2 win

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 07.22 / 14:05 capecod.com
    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Chris Sale pitched six scoreless innings and the Boston Red Sox rode a five-run first inning to a 6-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night. Sale (12-4) allowed four hits and struck out nine to push his major league-leading total to 200. He walked one and lowered his […
  6. News | Three Worcester Men Arrested in Kelly Square Following Chase

    Three Worcester men were arrested in Kelly Square following a foot pursuit through…
  7. Lifestyle | Worcester Public Library Recognizes More Than 20 Volunteers

    Worcester Public Library recognized more than 20 volunteers during their annual 2017 Volunteer Recognition Day lunch at the…
  8. Tower School to begin demolition of nearby homes

    Salemnews.com - Local 07.22 / 14:03 www.salemnews.com
    MARBLEHEAD — Five houses on Cornell, Colgate and Dartmouth roads will soon be torn down to make way for an off-street carpool loop for the Tower S…
  1. UAW’s play for Nissan workers in the South understandable, but not guaranteed

    Michiganradio.org - Michigan (MI) 07.22 / 14:17 michiganradio.org
    These are tricky times for the United Auto Workers. The guy in the White House says he wants what they want: more manufacturing jobs in the United States. But he’s actually not in charge of making that happen. Instead, the opposite is unspooling – from Harley Davidson cutting production to Detroit automakers shipping assembly of once-revered nameplates overseas. Cars sales are tanking, prompting the union that is synonymous with Detroit to start fretting in the halls of its hometown aut…
  2. Ready-to-Cook Meals from Amazon in Bid to Expand Groceries

    Edgedetroit.com - Detroit 07.22 / 14:12 edgedetroit.com
    Amazon has begun selling ready-to-cook meal packages for busy households in a bid to expand its groceries…
  3. The Global Chef: Basil, a whole new world beyond pesto

    Record-eagle.com - Local 07.22 / 14:04 www.record-eagle.com
    Basil is summer’s gift to cooks. A tender heat-loving annual with a potent scent and sweet, spicy robust flavor, this herb has the power to awaken the cook in you and to make your kitchen intriguingly d…
  4. Concessions ramp up to prepare fest-goers for film marathon

    Record-eagle.com - Local 07.22 / 14:04 www.record-eagle.com
    TRAVERSE CITY — Nothing goes together like movies and popcorn ... and soda and c…
  5. Incumbents will compete to keep TC board seats

    Record-eagle.com - Local 07.22 / 14:04 www.record-eagle.com
    TRAVERSE CITY — Three incumbent city commissioners and the mayor will run to keep their seats as Traverse City l…
  6. Riverwalk steps forward

    Record-eagle.com - Local 07.22 / 14:04 www.record-eagle.com
    TRAVERSE CITY — A long-discussed riverwalk project could be completed in the next 12 months if Downtown Development Authority officials' plans fall into p…
  7. Indigent defense standards to change

    Record-eagle.com - Local 07.22 / 14:04 www.record-eagle.com
    TRAVERSE CITY — A state commission is rewriting the rules for court-appointed a…
  8. Trump Jr., Manafort consider private interview with senators

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 07.22 / 14:02 woodtv.com
    President Donald Trump's eldest son and his former campaign chairman won't testify publicly next…
  1. 'Best Of' asks: What makes for the best pizza?

    Sctimes.com - Minnesota (MN) 07.22 / 14:31 sctimes.com
    We asked Francisco Ambriz of St. Cloud what he thinks makes for the best pi…
  2. Minnesota daycare provider found guilty; child suffered brain damage

    FCCNNEAGAN, Minn. -- An Eagan daycare provider has been found guilty of seriously injuring a 13-month-old boy who has permanent brain damage. A Dakota County jury deliberated for about…
  3. Passing through: Runner leaves Red Wing en route to East Coast

    Republican-eagle.com - Minnesota (MN) 07.22 / 14:22 republican-eagle.com
    Republican EagleA former intern for Every Hand Joined raising money for the organization and two other nonprofits by running from coast to coast passed through Red Wing this weekend. Kyle…
  4. U.S. Intercepts Reportedly Contradict Attorney General On Russia Contacts

    Mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 07.22 / 14:18 mprnews.org
    The Washington Post reports that spy agencies intercepted conversations with Russia's U.S. ambassador suggesting he and Jeff Sessions discussed campaign matters during mid-2016…
  5. The regional roundup: News from around the lakes area

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 07.22 / 14:13 brainerddispatch.com
    Brainerd DispatchAITKIN The Aitkin County Courthouse will expand after the county board accepted contracts for design and construction management, the Aitkin Independent Age reported. Construction on the 1929 building…
  6. Water sports 101: How to choose the best lake day activity

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 07.22 / 14:13 brainerddispatch.com
    FCCNNSaturdays in July are sacred rituals when you live in the Midwest. We pack our bags with snacks, low-calorie drinks, towels, SPF, various forms of yard games and travel…
  7. Legion Baseball: Nisswa outhits Cloquet to advance

    Brainerddispatch.com - Brainerd 07.22 / 14:13 brainerddispatch.com
    Brainerd DispatchDULUTH—McCale Peterson finished 5-5 with four RBIs and three doubles as Nisswa hit Cloquet out of the Substate 10, Division 1 playoffs with Thursday's 15-5 victory. Bryce Flanagan pitched t…
  8. HFS to receive proportional match for July donations

    Hastings Star GazetteHastings Family Service will participate in the Open Your Heart Summer Challenge in the month of July to receive a proportional match based on the amount raised. The Open…
  1. Some Mississippi counties close bridges amid safety concerns

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 07.22 / 14:34 wjtv.com
    NATCHEZ, Miss. (AP) — Supervisors in some Mississippi counties are closing bridges that inspectors say are unsafe. The Delta Democrat-Times &…
  2. Bogle: Lumberton School Board approves personnel items

    Columnist Kathleen Bogle takes a look at recent action by the Lumberton School…
  3. RW hopes this site approval request makes a splash

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 07.22 / 14:01 www.wlox.com
    Will the phrase water's edge turn the tide for RW Development? The answer comes this Thursday. RW is on the July 27 gaming commission agenda. The company has asked for site approval before. Yet both times, the Mississippi Gaming Commission said no. This Thursday, attorneys for the casino developer return to Jackson ready to roll the dice and get gaming commissioners to say yes to their site. The focal point of their presentation will concentrate on two words - water's…
  4. Ole Miss football turning the page with Matt Luke from Gulfport leading the program

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 07.22 / 05:05 www.wlox.com
    Following the resignation of Hugh Freeze, former Ole Miss player from Gulfport Matt Luke will lead the Rebels as Interim Head Coach. Jason Krohn grew up with Luke and played football with him at Gulfport High. Also an Ole Miss alum, Krohn believes Luke is the right person to guide the Rebels through difficult…
  5. Bay St. Louis sports enthusiasts say indoor facility is needed

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 07.22 / 05:05 www.wlox.com
    A group of sports enthusiasts who play basketball at 7th Street Park in Bay St. Louis say they want more time and space to play, without upsetting the…
  6. Division Street residents upset over damage to homes

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 07.22 / 05:05 www.wlox.com
    The banging may be finished for now on Division Street in Biloxi. But the problems for neighbors are far from over. Some claim the infrastructure work has damaged their homes and they want contractor Oscar Renda to make good on the…
  7. Hospitals: Mississippi favored for-profit, out-of-state company to manage Medicaid

    The local non-profit argues Mississippi favored an out-of-state company for its managed care…
  8. Electric shock sends man to hospital in Jones County

    Whlt.com - Mississippi (MS) 07.22 / 01:39 whlt.com
    Jones County fire officials said one person is suffering from life-threatening injuries after being electrocuted Friday…
  1. Cool spots available for those without AC

    With temperatures soaring this time of year, people without air conditioning have several options to keep cool. Many facilities open their doors for the public to serve as cooling centers for people to take advantage…
  2. Three homicides reported within a four-hour time span Friday night in Kansas City

    Kansascity.com - Missouri 07.22 / 13:02 www.kansascity.com
    Kansas City police are investigating three shooting deaths that occurred within a four-hour time span on Friday night, bringing to 84 the city’s steadily rising homicide count. Police said officers … Click to Continue »…
  3. July 22 Crash Reports

    Sedaliademocrat.com - Missouri (MO) 07.22 / 12:29 sedaliademocrat.com
    Man injured in I-70 accident A St. Charles man was injured in a vehicle accident at 6:20 p.m. Thursday in Saline County. Dennis E. Ganahl, 62, was driving east on the I-70 exit ramp to state Route 3 when his vehicle traveled off the right side of the roadway, striking a sign. His vehicle then…
  4. Israel sends more troops to West Bank after stabbing, unrest

    RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — Israel sent more troops to the West Bank on Saturday, a day after a Palestinian stabbed to death three members of an Israeli family in their home and widespread Israeli-Palestinian clashes erupted over escalating t…
  5. Royals rally, walk-off with extra inning win

    Missourinet.com - Missouri 07.22 / 12:03 www.missourinet.com
    The Kansas City Royals battled back from a 5-1 deficit to knock off the Chicago White Sox 7-6 in 10 innings Friday night. Whit Merrifield’s sacrifice fly in the extra frame drove in Alcides Escobar, who led off the inning with a single, for the walk-off win. The Royals, who trailed 5-1 after two innings, got [&…
  6. Eighth inning explosion sends Cardinals to victory

    Missourinet.com - Missouri 07.22 / 12:03 www.missourinet.com
    A nine run eighth inning lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 11-4 win over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field Friday. The Cardinals trailed 3-2 heading into the eighth before sending 14 batters to the plate in its highest-scoring inning of the season, taking advantage of a combined six walks by three relievers.  Paul …
  7. July 22 Police Reports

    Sedaliademocrat.com - Missouri (MO) 07.22 / 11:28 sedaliademocrat.com
    This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each case. Sedalia Police Department Arrests July 19 3:19 p.m.: Bonnie Jean Carey, 38, of the 1800 block of East Sixth Street, was issued…
  8. Lead Belt Legends Reunion set for Aug. 17

    Six years ago, a group of old friends from area schools started meeting at a local restaurant to share memories and memorabilia from their time as high school athletes. As interest and attendance grew, the reunions were moved to…
  1. Three promoted at Victor VFD

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 07.22 / 13:23 ravallirepublic.com
    Victor Volunteer Fire District Chief Scott Hackett has promoted three individuals to officer positions effective immediately. The three individuals…
  2. Miss Montana is Home Grown

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 07.22 / 13:23 ravallirepublic.com
    Being named Miss Montana on July 17 was an amazing experience for 2016 Corvallis graduate Maddie Murray, and she expects the frenetic pace of her new role to become even more exciting right up to the Miss America competition…
  3. Catgut leaders served a variety of purposes

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 07.22 / 13:23 ravallirepublic.com
    My grandfather was an avid fly fisherman and I can only attest to this by the stories my mother used to tell me about…
  4. Bitterroot school officials give OPI plan mixed reviews

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 07.22 / 13:23 ravallirepublic.com
    Montana’s proposed plan for the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) received mixed reviews from two Bitterroot school a…
  5. Crews draw line around Dominic Butte Fire

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 07.22 / 13:23 ravallirepublic.com
    Firefighters completed construction of fire and hose lines around the 55-acre Dominic Butte Fire in the Sapphire Mountains east of Corvallis on…
  6. Central School demolition moving forward

    Helenair.com - Montana 07.22 / 13:02 helenair.com
    Helena Public Schools will move forward with demolishing Central School starting with asbestos abatement and removal of salvageable pieces of the historic…
  7. EPA proposes enhancing cleanup plan in Anaconda but waiving standards

    Mtstandard.com - Montana 07.22 / 13:02 mtstandard.com
    The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing a $17-million expansion and enhancement to Anaconda’s cleanup that would include waiving state water quality standards for Willow Creek and about seven tributaries flowing into upper Mill Creek, both south of A…
  8. English rider and horse break new ground for Rebecca Farm equestrian championship

    Missoulian.com - Montana 07.22 / 12:03 missoulian.com
    KALISPELL — Annabelle had every reason to not be on her game Friday m…
  1. KS Springfield MO Zone Forecast

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 07.22 / 14:37 hastingstribune.com
    KS Springfield MO Zone Forecast for Saturday, July 22,…
  2. Lottery State-by-State-All

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 07.22 / 14:37 hastingstribune.com
    The state-by-state winning lottery numbers through…
  3. Dairy Queen raising money for Children's hospitals on Thursday's Miracle Treat Day

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 07.22 / 14:36 1049maxcountry.com
    Dairy Queen is encouraging people to eat dessert later this week to help raise money for children's hospitals. The restaurant chain will donate at least $1 from every Blizzard sold Thursday as part of the annual fundraiser  to benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Each year, many Panhandle children have to go to Denver Children's Hospital- and this fundraiser helps the community help out those kids in need. The Scottsbluff Dairy Queen will be donating proceeds from blizzard sales o…
  4. Most welcome visitors this summer

    Journalstar.com - Local 07.22 / 14:03 journalstar.com
    There was a hallowed week this summer full of activity and laughter and memories, all due to concurrent visits to these old parents of Anna and Amy, our oldest and youngest daughters of our…
  5. Nebraska emergency proclamation cites dry conditions

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 07.22 / 13:38 hastingstribune.com
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The office of Gov. Pete Ricketts has issued an emergency declaration because of the abnormally dry conditions in N…
  6. KS Topeka KS Zone Forecast

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 07.22 / 13:38 hastingstribune.com
    KS Topeka KS Zone Forecast for Saturday, July 22,…
  7. IA Sioux Falls SD Zone Forecast

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 07.22 / 12:39 hastingstribune.com
    IA Sioux Falls SD Zone Forecast for Saturday, July 22,…
  8. Fall grant program for Harrison County nonprofit organizations

    Enterprisepub.com-NE 07.22 / 12:03 www.enterprisepub.com
    Roger Kenkel, Chair of the Harrison County Community Foundation, a countywide community foundation announced that the fall grant program is now beginning for Harrison County nonprofit organizations. The deadline to apply for funds through the online fall grant application…
  1. A day with immigration police in enemy territory: California

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 09:08 lasvegassun.com
    Just after dawn, a line of officers marched to the gate outside Fidel Delgado’s home here with guns drawn, one holding a rifle. Delgado emerged from his home barechested and with a look of confusion …
  2. 'Twin Peaks' cast discusses the mystery of David Lynch

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 09:08 lasvegassun.com
    Judging by the "Twin Peaks" panel at Comic-Con, solving the mystery of David Lynch seemed more pressing than the mystery of where the show is…
  3. Republicans embrace tax hike targeting Democratic states

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 09:08 lasvegassun.com
    Republicans aren't usually big on raising taxes, but they're really eager to eliminate the federal deduction for state and local taxes…
  4. Judge's order targets Kentucky abortion clinic protesters

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 09:08 lasvegassun.com
    Both sides in the abortion fight raging in Kentucky agree on one thing: The stakes are as high as ever in a state that could become the first in the nation without an abortion clinic…
  5. Project Neon 40 percent complete after one year

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 09:08 lasvegassun.com
    The most expensive public works project in Nevada’s history, underway for one year, marked 40 percent completion this week. Project Neon improves the busiest stretch of highway in the state …
  6. Girl, 4, hospitalized after being pulled from house fire

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 07:04 lasvegassun.com
    A 4-year-old girl was rescued and hospitalized in serious condition following a west valley house fire Friday night…
  7. Kushner adds at least $10M in assets to revised disclosure

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 04:07 lasvegassun.com
    President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner "inadvertently omitted" more than 70 assets worth at least $10.6 million from his personal financial disclosure reports…
  8. Sand sculpting fest draws artists from all over the world

    Lasvegassun.com - Las Vegas 07.22 / 04:07 lasvegassun.com
    Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend a sand sculpting festival on a Massachusetts beach this weekend…
  1. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 13:03 nhpr.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  2. A Bother, A Brotherhood: Living Among The Mines In Coal Country

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 12:04 nhpr.org
    Walk up the white steps of the front porch where Mary Jo and Mike Picklo live, and you'll see three rocking chairs and a pair of binoculars. The couple bought their home on five acres in 2003 and planned to spend their golden years overlooking a vista of green farmland and thick trees in western Pennsylvania. But a few years ago, land surveyors appeared in the field across the road. Then bulldozers began digging a pit bigger than the house. Workers blasted through rock with such force the…
  3. I Sink, Therefore I Am: This Robot Wasn't Programmed For Existential Angst

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 10:05 nhpr.org
    Some of the best minds of our times, including Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, have warned that human beings may invent intelligent machines that could wind up destroying humankind. But a small incident this week might make you wonder: Will intelligent machines become so smart that they'll grow depressed as they learn they're brilliant but lifeless, and decide they can't go on? Will those machines begin to wonder: Is that all there is? A Knightscope K5 security robot that patrolled an…
  4. As Log Trucks And Fishing Boats Leave, Gold Beach Tries To Remake Its Identity

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 10:05 nhpr.org
    NPR reporters are returning to their hometowns this summer to find out how they've changed – from job prospects to schools and how people see their community and the country. Once home to thriving timber and fishing industries, Gold Beach, Oregon now subsists on tourists and retirees looking for a quiet beach, a nice river trip and, in a few cases, marijuana. I left Gold Beach after graduating from high school in 1985. Back then, it was a blue-collar town dominated by the timber industry. R…
  5. Senate Panel In Talks With Trump Jr., Manafort Over Closed-Door Testimony

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 04:05 nhpr.org
    The president's son and former campaign manager have agreed to negotiate with the Senate Judiciary Committee to voluntarily provide documents and appear behind closed doors ahead of a public hearing next week. Meanwhile, the House Intelligence Committee says it wants to interview the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Kushner, Donald Trump Jr. and Paul Manafort were all present at a June 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer who they understood would provide "dirt" on Hillary Clinton as…
  6. Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 04:05 nhpr.org
    Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: The Minneapolis police chief has resigned after a fatal shooting by police there last week. The victim was Justine Ruszczyk. She also went by the name Justin Damond. She was fatally shot Saturday night after she approached a squad car. The yoga instructor had called 911 to report a possible sexual assault near her home. Andy Mannix is covering this story for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He joins us now. And before we get to this…
  7. "In Some Respects, We're A Nation in Crisis Right Now," Former CIA Director Says

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 03:05 nhpr.org
    Leaving federal government service after decades can be, well, liberating. Just ask James Clapper, the former Director of National Intelligence, and John Brennan, the former leader of the Central Intelligence Agency. They unloaded on President Trump and the "baffling" way he's embraced Russia while criticizing his own intelligence apparatus during a session at the Aspen Security Forum Friday. Asked whether the president is taking the Russia threat seriously, Clapper replied: "Well, it's…
  8. U.S. Intercepts Reportedly Contradict Attorney General On Russia Contacts

    Nhpr.org-NH 07.22 / 02:07 nhpr.org
    Communications intercepted by U.S. spy agencies contradict assertions by Attorney General Jeff Sessions that he never discussed campaign matters with Russia's ambassador in conversations prior to the November election, The Washington Post reports , citing current and former U.S. officials. Sessions, who in March recused himself from the Department of Justice investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, has acknowledged conversations with Moscow's ambassador to…
  1. Traffic report Saturday, July 22

    9:30 a.m.: Due to volume on the Garden State Parkway southbound, delays are forming on on the Atlantic City Expressway eastbound approaching Exit…
  2. DREAMing of Essex without domestic violence

    Essexnewsdaily.com - New Jersey (NJ) 07.22 / 13:22 essexnewsdaily.com
    ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Domestic violence has long-lasting repercussions beyond the immediate effects of pain, fear and injury. A family touched by domestic violence can struggle to regain its footing, plagued by physical and emotional reminders of its trauma. In Essex County, these families receive help from DREAMS, a program from FAMILYConnections that aims to […] The post DREAMing of Essex without domestic violence appeared first on Essex News D…
  3. 'Talent Show of Hope' back in Roxbury on Aug. 4

    Newjerseyhills.com-Roxbury 07.22 / 13:02 newjerseyhills.com
    ROXBURY TWP. - The annual “Talent Show of HOPE” once again descends on the Roxbury High School auditorium’s stage on Friday, Aug. 4…
  4. Possible new investigation over ex-Ocean City Housing Authority director

    OCEAN CITY — The city's Housing Authority Board of Commissioners believes new information about its disgraced executive director could lead to more federal charges, the authority’s board president said Thursday. “The new executive direc…
  5. Potentially Harmful Algal Bloom in Colonial Lake

    Mercerme.com - Mercer County 07.22 / 12:18 mercerme.com
    As a precautionary measure, the Lawrence Township Health Department and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are advising the public to avoid coming in contact with the water, keep animals away from it and not eat fish caught in Colonial Lake and the Shabakunk Creek due to the possibility of harmful algal blooms in…
  6. Is Local 54 President Bob McDevitt to blame for the Trump Taj Mahal closing?

    ATLANTIC CITY — As the year anniversary of the closure of Trump Taj Mahal approaches, Unite Here Local 54 president Bob McDevitt says he wouldn't change the way he or the union handled the s…
  7. Brigantine resident leads after Day 2 of World Series of Poker final table

    Brigantine resident Scott Blumstein continues to dominate the World Series of Poker in Las…
  8. Bayfront Homeowners Prep for “Rocking” Night in Venice Celebration

    Ocnjdaily.com - Ocean City 07.22 / 03:23 ocnjdaily.com
    Ladies and gentlemen, step right up! Sue Hornyak is transforming her Ocean City bayfront home on North Point Road into the “Big Top,” a circus-sized tribute to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey. A few doors down on North Point Road, Suzy Dolaway’s bayfront house will become a giant, disco-themed party featuring the quintessential silver dance ball and lava lamps. Groovy, baby, groovy... The post Bayfront Homeowners Prep for “Rocking” Night in Venice Celebration appeared first o…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 07.22 / 14:15 krwg.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 07.22 / 14:15 krwg.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 07.22 / 14:14 kanw.com
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 07.22 / 14:14 kanw.com
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. A weird Florida mystery: Frozen pork falling from the sky

    Krqe.com-NM 07.22 / 14:01 krqe.com
    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Meat falling from the sky is weird, even by Florida standards. But that’s what happened at 4 a.m. Saturday whe…
  6. The Latest: Walesa supports Poland’s new political struggle

    Krqe.com-NM 07.22 / 14:01 krqe.com
    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Latest on Poland’s move to give politicians influence over Supreme Court (all times local): 3:30 p.m. Polish dem…
  7. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 07.22 / 13:15 krwg.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  8. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 07.22 / 13:15 krwg.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 07.22 / 14:38 wrvo.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 07.22 / 14:38 wrvo.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Interactive.wxxi.org - New York (NY) 07.22 / 14:37 interactive.wxxi.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Interactive.wxxi.org - New York (NY) 07.22 / 14:37 interactive.wxxi.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. Does your sunscreen make the grade?

    Wskgnews.org - New York (NY) 07.22 / 14:35 wskgnews.org
    In the United States, sunscreen use is on the rise — but so are skin cancer cases. What’s going on? As it turns out, it could come down to the types of sunscreen we’re using. In a recent test of nearly 1,500 sunscreens, moisturizers and lip balms that advertised sun protection, scientists at the Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 73 percent of the products don’t provide the protection consumers think they’re getting, or they contain questionable ingredients. One issue: While most …
  6. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wskgnews.org - New York (NY) 07.22 / 14:35 wskgnews.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  7. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wskgnews.org - New York (NY) 07.22 / 14:35 wskgnews.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  8. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Wamc.org - New York (NY) 07.22 / 14:32 wamc.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  1. Does your sunscreen make the grade?

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 07.22 / 14:36 wunc.org
    In the United States, sunscreen use is on the rise — but so are skin cancer cases. What’s going on? As it turns out, it could come down to the types of sunscreen we’re using. In a recent test of nearly 1,500 sunscreens, moisturizers and lip balms that advertised sun protection, scientists at the Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 73 percent of the products don’t provide the protection consumers think they’re getting, or they contain questionable ingredients. One issue: While most …
  2. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 07.22 / 14:36 wunc.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  3. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wunc.org - North Carolina (NC) 07.22 / 14:36 wunc.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  4. Linkin Park cancels tour after frontman’s death

    Wtkr.com -  Roads and Northeast 07.22 / 14:36 wtkr.com
    Linkin Park has canceled its upcoming tour just days after the death of the band's frontman, Chester…
  5. This musician strummed a guitar during his own brain surgery

    Wtkr.com -  Roads and Northeast 07.22 / 14:36 wtkr.com
    Guitar players can strum almost anywhere, from a beach to a park bench to an operating room -- while undergoing brain…
  6. Spicer: The President did not want me to go

    Wtkr.com -  Roads and Northeast 07.22 / 14:36 wtkr.com
    Sean Spicer said Friday night that President Donald Trump did not want him to resign as White House press secretary but "understood" that it was in the best interest of the…
  7. Prince George marks 4th birthday with new photo

    Wtkr.com -  Roads and Northeast 07.22 / 14:36 wtkr.com
    You have to admit: Prince George is one cute…
  8. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Wcqs.org - North Carolina (NC) 07.22 / 14:32 wcqs.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  1. Pinke Post: The best yes volunteer and county fair experience

    Wday.com - Fargo 07.22 / 14:37 wday.com
    FCCNNThis past spring, I hosted a six-week book study on "The Best Yes" by Lysa TerKeurst. I'm not going to go into many details about the book but it…
  2. Drug take back event set for July 25

    Wday.com - Fargo 07.22 / 14:37 wday.com
    INFORUMFARGO — The Mayors' Blue Ribbon Commission on Addiction will host a Take Back Tuesday event from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, on the sidewalk outside Fargo C…
  3. Great Rides to lead solar eclipse bicycle tour Aug. 19-21

    Wday.com - Fargo 07.22 / 14:37 wday.com
    INFORUMFARGO — Great Rides in Fargo is leading a bicycle tour that will allow riders to witness the total eclipse of the sun. The ride will depart from Fargo S…
  4. Pinke Post: The best yes volunteer and county fair experience

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 07.22 / 14:33 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNThis past spring, I hosted a six-week book study on "The Best Yes" by Lysa TerKeurst. I'm not going to go into many details about the book but it…
  5. Drug take back event set for July 25

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 07.22 / 14:33 westfargopioneer.com
    INFORUMFARGO — The Mayors' Blue Ribbon Commission on Addiction will host a Take Back Tuesday event from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, on the sidewalk outside Fargo C…
  6. Great Rides to lead solar eclipse bicycle tour Aug. 19-21

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 07.22 / 14:33 westfargopioneer.com
    INFORUMFARGO — Great Rides in Fargo is leading a bicycle tour that will allow riders to witness the total eclipse of the sun. The ride will depart from Fargo S…
  7. Minneapolis shooting brings unwelcome attention to Somalis

    Kfgo.com-ND 07.22 / 14:01 kfgo.com
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - An unarmed Australian woman's fatal shooting by a Minneapolis police officer who is a Somali-American has turned an unwelcome spotlight on the city's Somali community. Negative comments have included former U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann's recent statement that Officer Mohamed Noor was an "affirmative-action hire by the hijab-wearing mayor of Minneapolis." She was making an apparent reference to the fact that Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges has worn a head scarf when meeting…
  8. AgweekTV: Canola is king

    Wday.com - Fargo 07.22 / 13:38 wday.com
    INFORUMNorth Dakota is hitting the record book this year with a whopping number of canola acres. 1.7 million acres were planted in the state with most of it in…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wvxu.org - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:36 wvxu.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wvxu.org - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:36 wvxu.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Wcbe.org - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:32 wcbe.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wcbe.org - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:32 wcbe.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. KC-97 Stratofreighter topic of Men's Breakfast talk

    Morningjournal.com - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:28 morningjournal.com
    Bill Perrien, executive vice president at the I-X Center, will speak about the KC-97 Stratofreighter at the next Men's Breakfast, 9-10 a.m., Aug. 3, at the North Ridgeville Senior Center, 7327 Avon Belden Road.The airplane has been rescued and is in pieces right now at the I-X Center. The plan is to restore the massive plane and have it as a permanent display for visitors to…
  6. Home loan rates

    Limaohio.com - Lima 07.22 / 14:16 limaohio.com
    Rates for 30-year and 15-year, fixed-rate mortgages with zero points as of noon, Friday, July 21, 2017: 30 YR / 15 YR RATE % First Federal Bank 3.875 / 3.125 % First National Bank 4.00 / 3.25 % Partners 1st Credit Union 4.00 / 3.25 % State Bank 3.875 / 3.25 % Superior Credit Union […] The post Home loan rates appeared first on The Lima…
  7. Big time author in small town

    Communitycommon.com - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:07 communitycommon.com
    Linda Castillo speaks to the crowd about her ventures at the Portsmouth Public Library Saturday. Linda Castillo signs a book for a fan at her book signing held at the Portsmouth Public Library Saturday. It’s not every day that Portsmouth’s Public Library welcomes a New York Times best-selling author. However, this past Saturday, that’s exactly…
  8. ‘Swimming with Autism’ offers adapted water safety, one-on-one instruction

    Akronist.com - Ohio (OH) 07.22 / 14:05 akronist.com
    The Autism Society of Greater Akron (ASGA) will open registration Monday, July 24 for the “Swimming with Autism” water safety program.  The program runs from Sept. 11 through Nov. 23, with 30 minute sessions on Monday or Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Akron YMCA, 477 E Market St., in downtown Akron. […] The post ‘Swimming with Autism’ offers adapted water safety, one-on-one instruction appeared first on Akro…
  1. AGENDA — Muskogee County Board of Commissioners 07.23.17

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 07.22 / 14:20 muskogeephoenix.com
    WHAT: Muskogee County Board of Commissioners regular…
  2. Okla. board suspends doctor whose patients died of overdoses

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 07.22 / 14:20 muskogeephoenix.com
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma medical board has suspended a Muskogee doctor after complaints that a number of his patients died from o…
  3. Virgin: Knocking doors is key to victories

    Normantranscript.com - Norman 07.22 / 14:18 normantranscript.com
    Norman resident and state representative Emily Virgin believes Democrats can pick up seats in the upcoming special elections using the old-fashioned principle of knocking on doors and connecting with…
  4. First Things, Final Things: A review of ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’

    City-sentinel.com - Oklahoma City 07.22 / 14:06 city-sentinel.com
    Patrick B. McGuigan “War for the Planet of the Apes” picks up 15 years into the imaginative three-part chronology of a not-so-distant future. Writers Matt Bomback and Matt Reeves (also the director) deliver a rock-steady narrative set in the once-American West, quietly evoking beloved classics like “Shane” and “The Searchers” – not to mention some […]…
  5. Jenks' Allan Trimble Leads Prayer Vigil For Deadly Crash Victims

    Newson6.com-OK 07.22 / 14:02 www.newson6.com
    Hundreds of people gathered in Jenks to pray and remember the lives lost in a car…
  6. Teen, Grandmother In Critical Condition After Wreck On I-44 In Tulsa

    Newson6.com-OK 07.22 / 14:02 www.newson6.com
    A Sand Springs teen and his grandmother are in critical condition after a crash earlier this…
  7. Trump to attend commissioning of USS Gerald R. Ford

    Kswo.com-OK 07.22 / 14:02 www.kswo.com
    President Donald Trump will help commission the USS Gerald R. Ford, a $12.9 billion…
  8. The day the sun disappears

    Kfor.com-OK 07.22 / 14:01 kfor.com
    In less than a month, the sun will disappear — for a short time — across America. For a brief moment, day will turn to night. Animals big and small will go into their nighttime routines. Stars and planets will be visible, and streetlights will turn on in the middle of the day. Here are some of the things you should know about the total solar eclipse happening August 21. Don’t miss it! This is rare, says NASA “The hair…
  1. Airwheel R8 Smart Electric Mountain Bike with Triangle Frame and Multiple Ride Modes Is Second To None for Riders

    For commuters who work in offices, the best way to reduce pressure and relax is going out instead of hiding at home. Airwheel R8 triangle frame electric bike, the…
  2. Cartailing.com Tests Car Vacuums Providing Reviews

    Find the best car vacuum with Cartailing.com’s detailed reviews. LOS ANGELES, CA – 22 Jul, 2017 – Americans drive an average of 29.2 miles in two trips averaging a t…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 07.22 / 14:14 klcc.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 07.22 / 14:14 klcc.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  5. Google Creates New Feature to Help Job Seekers

    Each person has a unique set of preferences and it only takes one person to fill this job. Getting hired has just gotten way easier. Search engine giant Google…
  6. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 07.22 / 13:15 klcc.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  7. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 07.22 / 13:15 klcc.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  8. Sing Different: Steve Jobs' Life Becomes An Opera

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 07.22 / 12:16 klcc.org
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IuI9z3LUIM Mark Campbell is one of the most prolific and celebrated librettists in contemporary American opera. But, as he recently told an audience at the Guggenheim Museum, not everyone thought his latest project was a good idea. "I've had a number of socialist friends of mine saying, 'Why would you write an opera about Steve Jobs? He was the worst capitalist!' " he said. Campbell's response to those naysayers? " 'Reach in your pocket — you probably have a…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 07.22 / 14:39 wesa.fm
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. Does your sunscreen make the grade?

    Wesa.fm - Pittsburgh 07.22 / 14:39 wesa.fm
    In the United States, sunscreen use is on the rise — but so are skin cancer cases. What’s going on? As it turns out, it could come down to the types of sunscreen we’re using. In a recent test of nearly 1,500 sunscreens, moisturizers and lip balms that advertised sun protection, scientists at the Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that 73 percent of the products don’t provide the protection consumers think they’re getting, or they contain questionable ingredients. One issue: While most …
  3. Man stopped and charged twice with DUI

    Ydr.com - York 07.22 / 14:36 ydr.com
    Rodney Lee Lehr III, of York, was stopped twice within a two hour period and charged with DUI on both…
  4. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wdiy.org - Pennsylvania (PA) 07.22 / 14:33 wdiy.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  5. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wdiy.org - Pennsylvania (PA) 07.22 / 14:33 wdiy.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  6. Wyoming Area’s Mikey Bonita hits in all-star game

    Psdispatch.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 07.22 / 14:25 psdispatch.com
    The Wyoming Valley Conference Senior Baseball All-Star Game lasted just a little more than one inning Thursday night at the Mountain Post American Legion Field in Rice Twp. But, that was long enough for Mikey Bonita to make an impact. The Wyoming Area outfielder led off the game with a single and scored, helping the…
  7. Can Trump stop Mueller?

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 07.22 / 14:10 gantdaily.com
    Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel to lead the Russia probe in May caught President Donald Trump by surprise. He was given no heads up and, according to The New York Times, said, “what the hell is this all about?” Since that time, Trump has called the investigation a “witch hunt,” suggested Mueller’s team members…
  8. Trump’s staff shakeup signals a White House ready for battle

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 07.22 / 14:10 gantdaily.com
    In a White House under siege, something had to change. Press secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation Friday let off a pressure valve, allowing an administration that is being pummeled on multiple and multiplying fronts the chance, at least for once, to dictate its own story. But Spicer’s departure after the most fraught six months of antagonism…
  1. Man in critical condition following crash into home

    Wpri.com-RI 07.22 / 14:02 wpri.com
    Police say a family was inside the home at the time of the crash, but they are all…
  2. Crews battle New Bedford house fire

    Wpri.com-RI 07.22 / 13:03 wpri.com
    DEVELOPING NEWS // It's unclear if anyone was hurt in the…
  3. Elvis Costello brings “Imperial Bedroom” tour to PPAC this week

    630wpro.com-RI 07.22 / 12:04 www.630wpro.com
    Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Elvis Costello returns to the Providence Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, July 25, as a part of his “Imperial Bedroom & Other Chambers” tou…
  4. RI Trooper Arrests: No Contact Order Violation, Warrants for Obstruction, Assault of Officer

    Warwickpost.com - Warwick 07.22 / 10:08 warwickpost.com
    Editor’s note: The following West Warwick arrests recorded in the RI Trooper Log were reported by the RI State Police on their website. An arrest is the result of the charges against an […] The post RI Trooper Arrests: No Contact Order Violation, Warrants for Obstruction, Assault of Officer appeared first on Warw…
  5. Nesi’s Notes: July 22

    Wpri.com-RI 07.22 / 09:06 wpri.com
    THE WEEKEND MUST-READ // Your weekly briefing on RI…
  6. What’s happening this weekend: July 22-23

    Wpri.com-RI 07.22 / 04:05 wpri.com
    Here’s a look at some of the events that are p…
  7. North Providence bank robber sentenced to prison

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 07.22 / 03:48 valleybreeze.com
    ROVIDENCE, R.I. – Joseph W. Lavoie, also known as Tammy M. Lavoie, 49, formerly of Providence, was sentenced Thursday to five year in federal prison for robbing and setting fire to a bank in North Providence on July 6, 2016. At sentencing, U.S. District Court Judge John McConnell also ordered Lavoie to serve three years supervised release upon completion of his prison term and to pay $30,256 in restitution to repair damage to the bank and to replace money lost as the result of the fire. T…
  8. Two Pawtucket residents arrested for thefts from vehicles

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 07.22 / 03:48 valleybreeze.com
    PAWTUCKET – Police have charged a local couple with multiple crimes for allegedly breaking into vehicles and stealing items. On July 19, an officer on routine patrol found the two suspects, Michaela Burdick, 26, and Steve Andrade, 36, in the driveway of their home at 100 John St. Both people were known to the officer as being wanted by the Pawtucket Police Department on outstanding warrants and were persons of interest in several thefts from motor vehicles. Burdick and Andrade were taken i…
  1. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 07.22 / 14:29 etvradio.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  2. Santee Cooper sends letter detailing proposed rate increases

    Wmbfnews.com-SC 07.22 / 14:02 www.wmbfnews.com
    Santee Cooper has been mailing out notices to customers about proposed rate increases and public meetings to discuss the proposed increases. According to a Santee Cooper press release, the rates for residential customers would go up by 4.6 percent starting April 1, 2018. They would go up an additional 4.8 percent starting April 1,…
  3. Police chief: Road construction crews find motorcyclist dead after crash in barricaded work zone

    Foxcarolina.com-SC 07.22 / 14:02 www.foxcarolina.com
    Honea Path police Chief David King said an investigation is underway after a motorcyclist was found dead after a crash in a barricaded road construction zone Saturday…
  4. The most affordable gift of all

    Uniondailytimes.com - UNION COUNTY 07.22 / 13:31 uniondailytimes.com
    Saturday, July 22 10 a.m.-Noon: Bethany AME Church will hold a Health Fair. Rev. Ronald McFadden, Pastor. Sunday, July 23 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.: Cedar Grove Baptist Church will be celebrating their Annual Homecoming Service on Sunday, July 23 at 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come and help share in this day of […] The post The most affordable gift of all appeared first on Union Daily…
  5. Grandchildren tour the museum

    Uniondailytimes.com - UNION COUNTY 07.22 / 13:31 uniondailytimes.com
    Open House At The PPG The Piedmont Physic Garden is hosting an Open House today (Saturday) and tomorrow (Sunday). We are offering tours of the garden so guests can learn about the medicinal and cultural values of the plants we have here. Guests will also receive a voucher to attend one upcoming workshop at PPG […] The post Grandchildren tour the museum appeared first on Union Daily…
  6. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 07.22 / 13:30 etvradio.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  7. He agreed to give a man a ride to a shelter, then he was robbed of $20k

    A 49-year-old man was robbed of $20,000 after he picked up a man who flagged him down on North Ocean Boulevard and asked for a ride to a Myrtle Beach … Click to Continue…
  8. Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office honors fallen deputy during annual Safety Awareness Day event

    Foxcarolina.com-SC 07.22 / 13:03 www.foxcarolina.com
    The event will be from 9 a.m. to noon at Edwards Forest Plaza, located at 3241 Wade Hampton Boulevard in…
  1. Fire damages two homes to start the weekend

    Ktwb.com-SD 07.22 / 14:02 ktwb.com
    SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO AM) – Fire crews responded to two fires in Sioux Falls to start the weekend. An early morning fire damaged a vacant house Saturday. Sioux Falls Fire Rescue responded the fire about 2:20 Saturday morning.  Crews found the front of the structure on East 6th Street on fire.  Fire crews extinguished the fire in about 15 minutes. There were no injuries reported.   Fire Rescue also responded to a small house fire Friday afternoon on North Wayland…
  2. Jackley warns of storm repair scam

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 07.22 / 13:05 rapidcityjournal.com
    Attorney General Marty Jackley is warning residents whose property has received summer storm damage to use caution when hiring contractors for…
  3. Woman sentenced for misappropriating $45K in veteran benefits

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 07.22 / 13:05 rapidcityjournal.com
    It was another case of a trusted person taking advantage of those who couldn’t fully care for themselves. Cassandra Koscak, a former representative of veterans who receive benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, was sentenced Tuesday to probation a…
  4. State regulators pull grain-buyer licenses

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 07.22 / 12:06 rapidcityjournal.com
    PIERRE | State government regulators revoked the grain-buyer licenses for a Kingsbury County business…
  5. Noem to speak on fight against human trafficking

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 07.22 / 12:06 rapidcityjournal.com
    A daylong event in Rapid City today will spotlight the fight against human trafficking and include an address by U.S. Rep. Kristi…
  6. A higher standard for constitutional amendments

    Ktwb.com-SD 07.22 / 12:04 ktwb.com
    PIERRE, SD (KELO AM) -  Adding future amendments to South Dakota’s Constitution may take a higher vote majority than the current fifty percent plus one.  The Initiative & Referendum Task Force, meeting in Pierre, heard a proposal from Senator Jim Bolin of Canton to raise the percentage of votes needed. Bolin said he wasn’t set on whether that should be fifty-five, or sixty percent. Senator Ernie Otten of Tea agreed with the increase, saying the level should be…
  7. Glacial Lakes Roundup

    The following news items have been compiled from area weekly…
  8. Here's Mayor Caron's 100-day plan

    Much like a new president, Watertown Mayor Sarah Caron has some things she wants to accomplish in her administration’s first 100 d…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wutc.org - Chattanooga 07.22 / 14:36 wutc.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wutc.org - Chattanooga 07.22 / 14:36 wutc.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 07.22 / 14:34 wmot.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  4. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 07.22 / 14:34 wmot.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  5. Kentucky Must Pay Attorney Fees For Couples Who Sued Kim Davis, Judge Says

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 07.22 / 14:34 wmot.org
    Taxpayers in Kentucky must pay more than $220,000 in attorney fees for the couples who sued Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis for refusing to issue marriage licenses to avoid having to give them to same-sex couples. In July 2015, four couples — two same-sex and two opposite-sex — represented by the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against Davis. "Davis represented the Commonwealth of Kentucky when she refused to issue marriage licenses to legally eligible couples. The buck stops the…
  6. CDC: Half Of All Female Homicide Victims Are Killed By Intimate Partners

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 07.22 / 14:34 wmot.org
    More than half of female homicide victims were killed in connection to intimate partner violence — and in 10 percent of those cases, violence shortly before the killing might have provided an opportunity for intervention. That is according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , published Thursday, that takes a close look at the homicides of women. More than 55 percent of the deaths were related to partner violence, and the vast majority of those were carried o…
  7. Mountain Tough executive director steps down

    Wkrn.com-TN 07.22 / 14:02 www.wkrn.com
    Organization tasked with leading rebuilding effort in Sevier County,…
  8. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Wutc.org - Chattanooga 07.22 / 13:37 wutc.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  1. Texas Tops List of Best U.S. Cities for First-Time Homebuyers

    Breitbart.com - Texas (TX) 07.22 / 14:34 breitbart.com
    Three Texas suburbs topped the list of best cities in the United States for first-time homebuyers, according to a new study by WalletHub, the personal finance…
  2. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Tpr.org - Texas (TX) 07.22 / 14:24 tpr.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  3. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Tpr.org - Texas (TX) 07.22 / 14:24 tpr.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  4. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kwbu.org - Texas (TX) 07.22 / 14:15 kwbu.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  5. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kwbu.org - Texas (TX) 07.22 / 14:15 kwbu.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  6. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kacu.org - Abilene 07.22 / 14:14 kacu.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 member of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at from…
  7. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kacu.org - Abilene 07.22 / 14:14 kacu.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  8. Linkin Park cancels tour after frontman’s death

    Cw39.com - Houston 07.22 / 14:04 cw39.com
    (CNN) — Linkin Park has canceled its upcoming tour just days after the death of the band’s frontman, Chester Bennington. Concert promoter Live Nation made the announcement via a tweet, which the band’s official account retweeted. The Linkin Park One More Light North American Tour has been cancelled. Refunds avail at point of purchase. Our thoughts to all affected. — Live Nation (@LiveNation) July 21, 2017 “The Linkin Park One More Light North American Tour has…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 07.22 / 14:15 kuer.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 07.22 / 14:15 kuer.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. Troopers report no decline in fatalities during first-half of "100 Deadliest Day"

    LOGAN — The Pioneer Day Holiday not only marks the anniversary of Utah becoming a state, but also the middle of the “100 Deadliest Days” on the road, the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Aft…
  4. Second debate featuring GOP 3rd district primary candidates to take place in Provo

    Heraldextra.com-UT 07.22 / 14:02 www.heraldextra.com
    A second debate is taking place in Provo next week featuring Republican candidates for the 3rd Congressional District special…
  5. Golden eagle carries prayers to the heavens after Brian Head Fire

    StgeorgeUT.com-UT 07.22 / 14:02 www.stgeorgeutah.com
    BRIAN HEAD – Native Americans have long believed the eagle was given the honor of carrying the prayers of man to his creator with each of the bird’s feathers representing a prayer. Brian Head Firefighter Bob Goldhirsch released Eddie the golden eagle with 7,000 feathers back into the wild Friday – each of its feathers [R…
  6. World Horseshoe Pitching Championship competition under way at Dixie Center

    StgeorgeUT.com-UT 07.22 / 14:02 www.stgeorgeutah.com
    ST. GEORGE – Horseshoe pitchers descended on the Dixie Center St. George this week to compete in the “World Horseshoe Pitching Championship.” Apart from the United States, there are also athletes from Germany, Canada, South Africa and Norway.  After the Opening Ceremony the athletes participated in a “throwback” day, wearing all white to honor the [̷…
  7. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 07.22 / 13:16 kuer.org
    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  8. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Kuer.org - Utah (UT) 07.22 / 13:16 kuer.org
    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  1. Brattleboro Senior Meals Menu July 24 thru July 31

    Ibrattleboro.com - Vermont (VT) 07.22 / 13:44 ibrattleboro.com
    Brattleboro Senior Meals Menu July 24 thru July 31   July 24 -Enchilada Casserole Spanish Rice, Mexicorn Mango read…
  2. Opening Reception at Mitchell Giddings Fine Arts: "Jim Giddings and Petria Mitchell, Oils and Watercolors"

    Ibrattleboro.com - Vermont (VT) 07.22 / 13:44 ibrattleboro.com
    On Thursday, Aug. 3 from 5 to 7pm at Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts, 183 Main Street in Brattleboro, VT, the public is invited to the Opening Reception for "Oils and Watercolors", side by side solo exhibitions by MGFA founding artists Petria Mitchell and Jim Giddings. The exhibit will continue through September 17, with an Artist Talk Saturday, August 15 at 5pm. Petria Mitchell will be showing a selection of new oil paintings that continue her investigations in color and atmosphere. Her e…
  3. Officers 'catch' good kids, give tokens for ice cream cones

    Wcax.com-VT 07.22 / 13:02 www.wcax.com
    The free tokens are good for a small ice cream cone at the Dairy…
  4. Hauft: Buying loyalty to sell your agenda

    Oklahoma.watchdog.org - Vermont (VT) 07.22 / 12:21 oklahoma.watchdog.org
    “Liberalism is spread by those who feel the world owes them a living, not by those who work for it. Those who work for every dollar they bank have nothing to gain from being a liberal.” – Jay Kites It is easy to see how liberals think backwards from observing how they employ reverse logic [R…
  5. Destination Recreation: Chocolate Museum

    Wcax.com-VT 07.22 / 12:03 www.wcax.com
    Channel 3's Ike Bendavid makes chocolate for this weeks Destination…
  6. Reflecting on Years at the Farm

    Maxwell “Bun” Maxham will be 98 years old on Aug. 21. He didn’t walk a mile on the dirt road through his farm on Monday because, he said, “I didn’t feel like it.” When he does feel like it, which is most days, he uses a walker with yellow tennis balls stuck on its back legs. A year ago doctors told him he would never walk again, other than inside his house. He made up his mind to prove them wrong…
  7. Photos: Hartland 4th of July Parade

    Hartland 4th of July Parade The annual 4th of July parade and activities were held on Tuesday the 4th in Hartland. Rick Russell Photos A portion of these photos will appear in the July 13, 2017 print edition of the Vermont Standard. Click here if you are having trouble viewing the collection of photo galleries,…
  8. Photos: East Barnard Fun Day, 2017

    The annual event put on by the Broad Brook Volunteer Fire Department was held in East Barnard on Sunday, July 9 and included a parade and an afternoon filled with activities. Rick Russell Photos A portion of these photos will appear in the July 13, 2017 print edition of the Vermont Standard. Click here if…
  1. Richmond police investigating two homicides in less than 24 hours

    Nbc12.com-VA 07.22 / 14:02 www.nbc12.com
      Richmond police are investigating two separate homicides in opposite ends of the city.   The most recent, happening in the city's southside. Officers responded to the 1900 block of Hopkins Road, just before 2 a.m.      When they arrived, they found a man down in the parking lot of an apartment complex, suffering from a gunshot wound.    He was pronounced dead at the scene.      Just hours before -- a man was shot in the…
  2. WATCH LIVE: The Commissioning of the...

    Wvec.com-VA 07.22 / 14:02 www.wvec.com
    Named after the country's 38th president, the ship is the first of the new Ford class of aircraft carrier. The vessel can carry more planes and operate with several hundred fewer sailors. Flying missions are expected to increase by a…
  3. Danville man killed in Friday head-on crash

    A 25-year-old Danville man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon on Mount Cross…
  4. Yes, it’s hot out there

    Blueridgemuse.com - Blue Ridge Muse 07.22 / 12:14 blueridgemuse.com
    Good news:  The heat wave that has left us wet from sweat is expected to ease around Wednesday of next week. Good or bad news (depending on whether you are in farming):  It may take some thunderstorms rattling through the area to finally put a dent in the oppressive temperatures. Keep in mind that the […
  5. Last Word on using the correct facilities, July 22

    Vagazette.com-VA 07.22 / 11:04 www.vagazette.com
    Doggone it This is to warn the public about a woman in a dark green station wagon with two large dogs. I was walking in the historic area last week when she parked her vehicle and let her unleashed dogs storm out. I was more than 150 yards away and they came charging right at me. I screamed…
  6. Congressman, Staffer, Capitol Officers Shot in Alexandria

    A gunman opened fire at around 7 a.m. Wednesday at a congressional baseball practice, congressional officials…
  7. Supervisor Jeanine Lawson: Public’s input needed by Sunday, July 23 on NVTA Action Plan

    Bullrunnow.com - William County 07.22 / 09:49 bullrunnow.com
    Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson asks residents to tell Northern Virginia Transportation Authority to nox Bi-County Parkway. Input needed by this Sunday, July 23, she…
  8. Carroll announces plan to enhance EMS services in Cana

    Thecarrollnews.com - Carroll County 07.22 / 07:24 thecarrollnews.com
    Carroll County has announced plans to reorganize its deployment of county emergency services equipment and personnel to improve levels of service and response times for all county residents, particularly those in Cana. Carroll County Administrator Steven Truitt said the new plan will be implemented with a particular focus on the southern region of the county…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; Local Officials Say 16 Died

    Nwpr.org - Washington 07.22 / 14:18 nwpr.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Nwpr.org - Washington 07.22 / 14:18 nwpr.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. West Seattle Saturday: Grand Parade, Float Dodger 5K, low-low tide, Alki Art Fair, Outdoor Movies…

    Westseattleblog.com - Seattle 07.22 / 14:04 westseattleblog.com
    That’s a “live” SDOT view of California/Alaska, part of the route for the two big events that start the day with road-closure and parking-restriction alerts, the West Seattle Grand Parade and, just before it, the Float Dodger 5K. California SW will be closed starting at ~7 am at SW Admiral Way, and the rest of…
  4. Homeless students drawn to Seattle schools by sports are often cast aside when the season’s over

    Seattletimes.com-WA 07.22 / 14:02 seattletimes.com
    Laws aimed at creating some stability in the lives of homeless students are being misused in some Seattle high schools to sidestep academic and anti-recruitment rules. Coaches, former players and several school district officials say adults are teaching students how to gain homeless status but offering little support when the season is…
  5. Police Blotter: July 22

    Tdn.com-WA 07.22 / 14:02 tdn.com
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement…
  6. Event treats veterans to crabbing, whale watching in Anacortes

    Goskagit.com-WA 07.22 / 14:02 www.goskagit.com
    ANACORTES — Former Navy intelligence officer Adrianna Moore realized Thursday it had been a long time since she had been on the w…
  7. Reward tops $100K: Where did it come from and who gets it?

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 07.22 / 13:27 myfoxspokane.com
    By KATE BRUMBACKAssociated Press ATLANTA (AP) – When two Georgia inmates escaped from a…
  8. Divine Consign disperses grants

    Columbian.com - Vancouver 07.22 / 13:26 columbian.com
    Vancouver -- Divine Consign announced Friday the eight organizations receiving $2,5000 grants this year: Clark County Food Bank, Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program, Daybreak Youth Services, Friends of Hospice Southwest Washington, Girls. Inc. of the Pacific Northwest, Mom's Place Maternity, Police Activities League of Vancouver and Fort Vancouver National…
  1. Flames Consume 3,000 Acres Of Wharton State Forest

    Firefighters say they have now contained about 60 percent of the…
  2. Statehouse Beat: Billionaires Trump, Justice not so similar

    By Phil Kabler In November, voters eschewed conventional wisdom, putting billionaire businessmen with no prior political experience into the White House and governor's mansion. Six months into their terms, could we be seeing signs of buyer's remorse? At 36 percent approval, President Donald Trump has the lowest approval rating of any U.S. president in the 70-year history of presidential polling. Meanwhile, in Morning Consult polls conducted in April and July, Gov. Jim Justice's…
  3. AccuWeather: More heat today; storms expected this evening

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 07.22 / 13:04 6abc.com
    The Excessive Heat Warning in place for the last two days has now expired, but look for another hazy, hot and humid…
  4. Manchin raises big money for Senate campaign; Jenkins lags behind

    By Jake Zuckerman Republican Congressman Evan Jenkins had a sluggish stretch in fundraising for his 2018 senate campaign, compared with a strong numbers from the incumbent and momentum behind his main opponent in the primary. According to data from the Federal Election Commission, Jenkins raised just over $313,154 between April 1 and June 30, leaving him with $1.24 million in the bank. Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., brought in $1.37 million in the same period,…
  5. AccuWeather: More heat today; storms expected tonight

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 07.22 / 12:06 6abc.com
    The Excessive Heat Warning in place for the last two days has now expired, but look for another hazy, hot and humid…
  6. AccuWeather: Heat continues; strong storms tonight

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 07.22 / 11:05 6abc.com
    The Excessive Heat Warning in place for the last two days has now expired, but look for another hazy, hot and humid…
  7. Motorcyclist's wife pleads for answers following his death

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 07.22 / 11:05 6abc.com
    The horrific accident scene from last Sunday night still haunts the family of 45-year-old Christopher Cooper of Northeast…
  8. Conservation, STEM Scouts’ Jamboree highlights

    Timeswv.com-WV 07.22 / 10:05 www.timeswv.com
    GLEN JEAN — Conservation — a main concept taught to Boy Scouts from the time they start the program, and a concept they continue to strive for at the 2017 National Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jea…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Wxpr.org - Wisconsin (WI) 07.22 / 14:39 wxpr.org
    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Wxpr.org - Wisconsin (WI) 07.22 / 14:39 wxpr.org
    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. Prescott Police: Don't be in the park, after dark

    Rivertowns.net - Wisconsin (WI) 07.22 / 14:22 rivertowns.net
    Pierce County HeraldThese incidents were reported to the Prescott Police Department July 10-16. Arrests • Cody R. Sullivan, 18, Hager City, was arrested for obstructing an officer and possession of T…
  4. Prescott Police: Don't be in the park, after dark

    Pierce County HeraldThese incidents were reported to the Prescott Police Department July 10-16. Arrests • Cody R. Sullivan, 18, Hager City, was arrested for obstructing an officer and possession of T…
  5. Donuts, pizza, cheese highlight this week's central Wisconsin business news

    Dunkin' Donuts coming to Wisconsin Rapids, and Pizza Ranch is coming to…
  6. TMZ: John Heard passed away at age 72

    Fox6now.com-WI 07.22 / 14:02 fox6now.com
    John Heard, the beloved star of several huge 80s and 90s movies, died Friday in Palo Alto, CA … TMZ has learned. Heard was found dead in a hotel by the maid service according to family sources who talked with TMZ. Police were called to the hotel for a report of a medical emergency, but he was pronounced dead on the scene. The coroner is investigating, and cause of death is unclear at this time, TMZ says. According to his…
  7. President Trump to attend commissioning of USS Gerald R. Ford

    Fox6now.com-WI 07.22 / 14:02 fox6now.com
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will help commission the USS Gerald R. Ford, a $12.9 billion warship that after delays and cost overruns will officially be turned over to the Navy. President Trump, who is commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces, was traveling to Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia on Saturday to preside over a ceremony during which the USS Ford, the first member of the next generation of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, will be welcomed to the fleet […
  8. Mixed signals from Trump White House on health care strategy

    Waow.com-WI 07.22 / 14:02 www.waow.com
    President Donald Trump has been sending a flurry of mixed messages on health care, raising questions about the White House…
  1. U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

    Afghan officials say 16 members of the Afghan National Security Forces died in a U.S. airstrike Friday, during operations against Taliban fighters in southern Helmand province. The U.S. says it is investigating the circumstances that led to the mistake. Afghan media report that 16 members of the security force died, citing local government officials. Although a U.S. statement acknowledging the strike did not specify the number of casualties, a Pentagon spokesman later put the figure at…
  2. NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With No National Leader

    Members of the oldest civil rights organization in the U.S., the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, are heading into their annual meeting with no national leader and no speaker from the White House. The meeting starts Saturday in Baltimore. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that for the second year President Trump declined the NAACP's invitation to speak at the national convention, which has hosted both Presidents Obama and…
  3. June Fire Outside Yellowstone Expected To Burn Through September

    At a meeting in Cody, Wyoming’s Yellowstone Valley Inn last night, officials cautioned the June Fire just outside Yellowstone could burn for a while longer. Approximately 50 people turned out to hear from firefighting representatives about their predictions for both June Fire and the fire season in general. Last night, we reported the fire, which ... The post June Fire Outside Yellowstone Expected To Burn Through September appeared first on Yellowstone I…
  4. Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

    Aaron Albaugh peers out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hay fields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher is raising about 450 cattle this year, in this remote corner of Lassen County, California. His closest neighbor lives a half mile away. "And that's my brother," Albaugh says. "If I want to go see a movie, it's 70 miles, round-trip," he adds. "If I want to go bowling, that's 100 miles, round-trip." Living a half day's drive from civilization, you…
  5. What Really Happened At That Robotics Competition You've Heard So Much About

    This week a highly-anticipated robotics competition for 15- to 18-year-olds from 157 countries ended the way it began — with controversy. On Wednesday, the team from the violence-torn east African country of Burundi went missing. Well before the competition even began, the teams from Gambia and Afghanistan made headlines after the U.S. State Department denied them visas. Eventually, they were allowed to compete. The drama marred an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids and robots. Every t…
  6. Former Child Bride Is Pedaling Her Way To A Brighter Future

    At 14, Jenipher Sanni married a man who already had a wife and kids. He yelled at her a lot. She dropped out of school. Now 20, she's left her husband and is a newly minted high school graduate. And she's helping girls in her community stay in school. This week, she was in Washington, D.C., to share her story with 300 girl advocates from around the world at the Girl Up Leadership Summit , an annual event organized by the U.N. Foundation. It was her first trip to the U.S. and the first time…
  7. A Bother, A Brotherhood: Living Among The Mines In Coal Country

    Walk up the white steps of the front porch where Mary Jo and Mike Picklo live, and you'll see three rocking chairs and a pair of binoculars. The couple bought their home on five acres in 2003 and planned to spend their golden years overlooking a vista of green farmland and thick trees in western Pennsylvania. But a few years ago, land surveyors appeared in the field across the road. Then bulldozers began digging a pit bigger than the house. Workers blasted through rock with such force the…
  8. DeVos Protests In Denver; House To Make Cuts To Education

    In this week's edition of our education news roundup, we take you from school vouchers to AP exams to community college. Betsy DeVos speaks to American Legislative Exchange Council Protests greeted the education secretary in Denver this week at her speech to the American Legislative Exchange Council. Her family has close ties to the organization, which brings together state legislators, free-market conservatives and corporate sponsors to write model bills that get adopted all over the…