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  1. GOP Considers Trimming Health Law's 10 Essential Benefits

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 02.22 / 17:44 apr.org
    As Republicans look at ways to replace or repair the Affordable Care Act, many suggest that shrinking the list of services that insurers are required to offer in individual and small group plans would reduce costs and increase flexibility. That option came to the forefront last week when Seema Verma , who is slated to run the Centers for…
  2. Court Blocks South Africa's Withdrawal From International Criminal Court

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 02.22 / 17:44 apr.org
    A South African court has ruled that the country's bid to withdraw from the International Criminal Court is "unconstitutional and invalid ," in a stark rebuke to the government of President Jacob Zuma. "South Africa's justice minister shocked the country last October when he announced it would pull out of the International Criminal Court," Peter Granitz reports for NPR from Pretoria. He notes that it was especially surprising because South Africa was a founding member of the court, which…
  3. A Student's Perspective On Mississippi: Beautiful, Engulfing And Sometimes Enraging

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 02.22 / 17:44 apr.org
    Every day on his way to class, Terrence Johnson walks by a bronze statue and thinks about history. The statue depicts James Meredith, who in 1962 became the first African-American to enroll at the University of Mississippi. "He transcended so much," says Johnson, a junior. "The fact that he had the will to integrate a university like this in Mississippi that has such a rich and chaotic history ... that will always be with me." Johnson's a journalism major, with a minor in African-American…
  4. Heart Screening For Teens May Cause More Problems Than It Solves

    Apr.org - Alabama (AL) 02.22 / 17:44 apr.org
    Dozens of not-for-profit organizations have formed in the past decade to promote free or low-cost heart screenings for teens. The groups often claim such tests save lives by finding abnormalities that might pose a risk of sudden cardiac death. But the efforts are raising concerns. There's no evidence that screening adolescents with electrocardiograms prevents deaths. Sudden cardiac death is rare in young people, and some physicians worry screening kids with no symptoms or family history of…
  5. Woman wanted on felony identity theft charge

    Hooversun.com - Hoover 02.22 / 17:44 hooversun.com
    The suspect is wanted in Shelby County for felony identity theft, on a $15,000…
  6. 2nd suspect sought in backyard shooting of Fairfield teen arrested

    Wiat.com - Birmingham 02.22 / 17:44 wiat.com
    he second suspect sought in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Eric Dial has been arrested and released on…
  7. Colbert Commission will maintain ADA voting machines, but not immediately

    Timesdaily.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.timesdaily.com
    TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County commissioners Tuesday approved a maintenance contract with ES&S Election Systems to maintain Americans with Disabilities Act voting machines, but not until 2…
  8. Marbury High assistant principal pleads guilty to DUI charge

    The assistant principal of Marbury High School entered a conditional guilty plea on a driving under the influence…
  1. Cabin Fever Quilters’ Guild is KUAC’s Featured Sponsor for February

    Kuac.org - Alaska (AK) 02.22 / 11:55 kuac.org
    Members of the Cabin Fever Quilters’ Guild are passionate about creating and sharing works of art that are functional as well as beautiful. They are also passionate about supporting KUAC. Find out more about our February featured sponsor, just click…
  2. In so many words: Redoubt Reporter on hiatus

    By Jenny Neyman, Redoubt Reporter When your career involves quoting other people, it can be difficult to come up with noteworthy witticisms of your own. Why would you? That, and cat videos, is why we have the Internet. Two of … Continue reading…
  3. Fishing for cool learning — Aquatic Education Program puts kids in touch with salmon

    By Joseph Robertia Redoubt Reporter The morning sun still hung low on the horizon, not yet giving off much warmth but casting an orange glow on the blue armor of ice still encasing the 70 acres of Sport Lake in … Continue reading…
  4. Budget cuts will hit classes — School district expects to learn to do with less

    By Jenny Neyman Redoubt Reporter Years of budget cutting and deficit spending have left the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District with no easy answers for how to avoid impacting instruction next year. Behind door No. 1 — hope for a little … Continue reading &#…
  5. Low oil prices heighten uncertainty — Governor, producers light on details about AK LNG changes

    By Jenny Neyman Redoubt Reporter Gov. Walker’s announcement last week that changes are coming to state plans for a liquefied natural gas pipeline leaves the curious speculating how substantial a shift might be in the works. The governor held a … Continue reading &…
  6. Weaving a heritage —  Native artistic mastery lives on through Ravenstail revival

    By Jenny Neyman Redoubt Reporter The development of collaborative and complex forms of art is an indication of a thriving, high-functioning culture, one in which not every moment of the day is consumed with the bare necessities of survival. So … Continue reading…
  7. Alaskans weigh in on new deportation rules from Trump administration

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 02.22 / 08:30 ktva.com
    New rules from the Department of Homeland Security regarding illegal immigration will allow for increased deportations. The rules, announced Tuesday by Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, outline a number of ways the government will speed up deportations. It requests the hiring of 10,000 new Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel, publicizing crimes illegal immigrants […] The post Alaskans weigh in on new deportation rules from Trump administration appeared first…
  8. NASP Youth Archery

    Sewardcitynews.com - Alaska (AK) 02.22 / 07:32 sewardcitynews.com
    The National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) has been in the Elementary and Middle Schools for 4 years. With grant money, we recently purchased equipment to start it in the high school as well. We are going to be doing an evening program for Middle School (6th – 8th grade) and […] The post NASP Youth Archery appeared first on Seward City …
  1. 4 Superior Court judges among 5 nominees for appointments

    Azcapitoltimes.com - Arizona (AZ) 02.22 / 17:46 azcapitoltimes.com
    A state commission has nominated four Superior Court judges and another attorney for appointments to fill two vacancies on the Arizona Court of…
  2. Experts: Science behind ‘abortion reversal’ is flawed

    Azcapitoltimes.com - Arizona (AZ) 02.22 / 17:46 azcapitoltimes.com
    Lawmakers in several states are considering requirements for doctors to inform women seeking medical abortions about an unproven procedure called "abortion…
  3. New OEM Building Could Help Jail Issue

    Proposed OEM Office Could Free Up Space For Jail Improvements RISON – The Cleveland County Quorum Court approved a motion to give County Judge Gary Spears permission to seek bids on a new Office of Emergency Management (OEM) office that will eventually free up space to accommodate some of the jail modifications recommended by the…
  4. Johnson Planning To Retire After ‘17-18 School Year

    RISON – Superintendent Johnnie Johnson will lead the Cleveland County School District one more school year before retiring, according to action taken at the Cleveland County School Board during its regular monthly meeting Monday night. Johnson announced that he would like to serve one more year before retiring from the profession, according to Stan Sadler,…
  5. Woodlawn School Board OKs New, Larger Plan for Plaza

    WOODLAWN – The Woodlawn School Board voted Tuesday night to go with a new plan for the covered plaza outside the new library/multi-media center that will be larger than the plan recently approved by the board. Superintendent Dudley Hume said architect Darrell Odom presented the board with a new idea concerning the plaza during its…
  6. Momentum Building For Hwy. 35 Junk Hunt

    RISON – With the second Historic Hwy. 35 Junk Hunt set to begin in about two weeks, one of the chief organizers of the event, Jennifer King of Rison, said shoppers should expect a lot more “junk” for sale on this year’s trail. The 2017 Historic Hwy. 35 Junk Hunt is essentially a string of [R…
  7. Vivian Nutt

    Vivian Alice Manuel Nutt, 88, of Sheridan, died Wednesday, February 8, 2017, in Little Rock. She was born July 24, 1928, in Rison, daughter of Ferrell Tillman and Naomi Alice Hall Manuel. Mrs. Nutt was reared and received her early education in Rison, graduating from Watson Chapel High School in 1947. Mrs. Nutt retired from…
  8. Industry Leaders of Arizona: ServerLIFT

    Azbigmedia.com - Arizona (AZ) 02.22 / 17:44 azbigmedia.com
    Leadership: Ray Zuckerman, CEO Website: serverlift.com What it does: Designs, manufactures and distributes purpose built lifting devices to manage rack mounted assets in data centers. How it leads: After analyzing the challenges in data centers of how to safely and efficiently handle heavy rack-mounted hardware, the engineering team of Raytech (the precursor of ServerLIFT) designed the optimal… Read More → The post Industry Leaders of Arizona: ServerLIFT appeared first on AZ Big Media…
  1. Parents worry Cord-Charlotte will close – Superintendent says no plans to shutter

    Guardonline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 guardonline.com
    CHARLOTTE — When Vickie Gann sees her special-needs grandson off to school, she doesn’t have to worry if the third-grader’s needs will be met. She knows they will. To her, it’s what makes a small school worth attending. As she sees it, Cord-Charlotte Elementary may be small, but it’s big in heart. Gann has four […]…
  2. Search warrant results in meth charges for 2

    Guardonline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 guardonline.com
    On Feb. 16, officers with the Batesville Police Department, the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force and the Independence County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at the residence of 36-year-old Anna Camille Bailey at 704 Broad St. in Batesville. In a court affidavit, BPD Investigator Bobby Woods said that as officers entered the residence […
  3. Man, woman taken to jail on Valentine’s Day for drugs

    Guardonline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 guardonline.com
    MELBOURNE — A Paragould man and Pocahontas woman were both arrested on Valentine’s Day for various drug charges, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Charles Allen Tharp, 29, was booked into jail for possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance-hydrocodone, possession of drug paraphernalia with the purpose to ingest meth and possession of [&#…
  4. ‘Wild Man’ to speak at game supper

    Guardonline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 guardonline.com
    Steve “Wild Man” Wilson will share stories about his former career with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and give his testimony of faith when the Allen Chapel Free Will Baptist Church hosts its annual wild game supper on Saturday. This year’s event will start with a youth expo featuring outdoor activities from 3-5 p.m. [R…
  5. UACCB grad finds calling as educator

    Guardonline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 guardonline.com
    When Brianna Wright graduated high school in Oakland, California, she said everyone encouraged her to become a nurse. “I was pregnant with my daughter my senior year of high school. Everyone told me to go into nursing because it was a stable profession that paid well,” Wright said. She enrolled in courses to earn her [&#…
  6. Broadway Bridge to reopen next week, a month earlier than expected

    Arktimes.com - Arkansas 02.22 / 17:38 arktimes.com
    The Arkansas Highway Department has announced that the Broadway Bridge will reopen to traffic next week, about a month earlier than expected thanks in part to an unseasonably mild winter. The precise time is not set, but it will produce a big bonus for Massman Construction, contractor on the project — $80,000 per day for each day cut off the 180-day work period. Said a release: Work on the structure has progressed so well throughout the unseasonably warm winter months that the…
  7. Grocery store wine bill meeting opposition, changes in the works

    Arktimes.com - Arkansas 02.22 / 17:38 arktimes.com
    Earlier this month, a combine of Walmart and county line liquor stores introduced legislation to allow sales of all wines in grocery stores, not just Arkansas and small producer wines. The county line liquor stores — huge operations that draw on big business from neighboring dry counties — entered the deal in return for Walmart and others agreeing to cease for a time the aggressive effort to call local option alcohol elections in dry counties. They've claimed Gov. Asa…
  8. Campus carry question: What about K-12 schools on college campuses?

    Arktimes.com - Arkansas 02.22 / 17:38 arktimes.com
    Here's a question posed in Little Rock about the college campus carry bill that sponsor Rep. Charlie Collins so far has not answered. State law still prohibits weapons on K-12 school campuses. UALR, which will be covered by the campus carry bill (now expanded to let anyone over 25 — staff, student, public at large — carry concealed weapons on campus with the proper permit). Does this bill override the prohibition on K-12 campuses, such as the eStem charter school that will…
  1. 50,000 San Jose residents under flood evacuation orders

    Abc7news.com - California (CA) 02.22 / 17:47 abc7news.com
    New mandatory evacuations have been issued overnight in San Jose as flooding continues to spread along Coyote Creek. The city estimates 14,000 residents are in the mandatory evacuation…
  2. Woman shares warning after discovering shirt on windshield

    Abc7news.com - California (CA) 02.22 / 17:47 abc7news.com
    "It had to have been intentional the way it was put on there," Michigan woman Ashley Hardacre said after discovering a shirt on her windshield. She posted a warning for others who are alone in a dark parking…
  3. #7Things to know before you go from ABC7 News: Wednesday

    Abc7news.com - California (CA) 02.22 / 17:47 abc7news.com
    Thousands are evacuating from extreme flooding in San Jose; plus, President Trump could sign his new immigration order today. Here are #7Things to know before you…
  4. Thousands flee, freeway shut in flooding near San Francisco

    Dailynews.com - California (CA) 02.22 / 17:44 dailynews.com
    SAN JOSE - Rising floodwaters sent at least 14,000 residents fleeing inundated homes in San Jose, California, and forced the shutdown of a major freeway Wednesday.U.S. 101 was closed in both directions south of San Francisco because of water across lanes and officials said there was no estimate when the key commuter artery into Silicon Valley would…
  5. Antioch High basketball team honors teacher’s late wife with victory over Deer Valley in playoffs

    Antiochherald.com - Antioch 02.22 / 17:43 antiochherald.com
    By Jesus Cano Antioch’s victory went beyond the court Tuesday night, as they defeated crosstown rival Deer Valley in the first round of the NCS Division 1 boys basketball playoffs. The win was dedicated to Yvette Matthews, who unexpectedly passed away this last weekend. Matthews was the wife of Antioch English teacher, Chris Matthews. Antioch […
  6. Antioch School Board blocks contract for “positive news” consultant due to cost, conflict of interest

    Antiochherald.com - Antioch 02.22 / 17:43 antiochherald.com
    By Nick Goodrich The Antioch School Board shot down a proposed contract with Burkholder Media Group for social media and community outreach services, during their meeting on Wednesday, February 15th, amid concerns of a lack of public input, the amount of the contract and a possible conflict of interest. The proposal by Burkholder Media Group,…
  7. Mental Competency Hearing for Man Accused of 5 Homeless Attacks

    Timesofsandiego.com - San Diego 02.22 / 17:43 timesofsandiego.com
    A mental competency hearing is scheduled Wednesday for a man accused of attacking five homeless men in various San Diego neighborhoods, killing three of them. Jon David Guerrero, 40, was arrested last summer in connection with the crime spree. In October, he was found to be incompetent to stand trial and was sent to Patton…
  8. Body Found on I-5 in Old Town Identified as 27-Year-Old Oceanside Man

    Timesofsandiego.com - San Diego 02.22 / 17:43 timesofsandiego.com
    The man who was found dead on a freeway in Old Town over the weekend was publicly identified Wednesday as 27-year-old Shane Comet of Oceanside, but how he died has not been determined, according to the Medical Examiner’s office. Comet’s body was found early Sunday morning lying in traffic lanes of southbound I-5 and he…
  1. Louisville OKs amendment for North End General Development Plan

    Louisville's City Council on Tuesday night passed an amendment to a mixed-use development that will seek to add further growth near the city's…
  2. Colorado Bill Would Impose Harsh Sanctions on Sanctuary Cities

    Westword.com - Denver 02.22 / 17:43 www.westword.com
    Today, immigrants rights activists from the American Friends Service Committee, Mojados Unidos, DU's Sturm College of Law and others will gather at the State Capitol to decry a bill that they consider one of the most anti-immigrant in…
  3. U.S. Rep. Ken Buck to hold telephone town hall

    Longmontfyi.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.timescall.com
    U.S. Rep. Ken Buck is inviting constituents in Colorado's 4th Congressional District - which includes the Longmont corner of northeast Boulder County and all of Weld County - to a Thursday night telephone town hall…
  4. Celebrating National Margarita Day

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 02.22 / 17:38 kdvr.com
    Tiffany Blaszczyk from SOL Mexican Cocina shows us how to make margaritas. House Margarita 1.5oz Tequila of Choice 0.5oz Triple Sec or other Orange Liquer 3oz House Made Sweet and Sour 0.75oz OJ Shake all ingredients on ice and then strain over fresh cup of ice     Skinny Margarita 2oz Tequila of Choice 1oz Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice 0.75oz Agave Nectar 0.75oz Soda Water Shake all ingredients on ice and then strain over fresh cup of…
  5. Super Foods In Skin Care

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 02.22 / 17:38 kdvr.com
    The essential oils, vitamins and extracts from foods contain some of the most bioactive natural ingredients out there — and they are superior options for our skin to soothe, give a spectacular glow, hydrate and renew.  theHAUTEbar shares these hot new product launches.   Avocado Oil is one of the most penetrative of all natural plant oils. This results in extremely soft and hydrated facial skin. And, due to its humectant properties that prevent drying out, this moisturizing …
  6. WinterCraft Beer Festival

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 02.22 / 17:38 kdvr.com
    WinterCraft Beer Festival blows into Boulder bigger and better than ever with more than 50 breweries pouring more than 100 craft beers along with live music, food trucks, people’s choice competition and more. Now in its third year, the festival will take place Saturday, February 25th from 2 – 6 p.m.  at Twenty Ninth Street. The event will be located adjacent to the Century Boulder Theater in the covered parking lot.   Tickets are available via the festival web site […
  7. Flourless Chocolate Torte

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 02.22 / 17:38 kdvr.com
    Dr. Richard Collins shows us how to make a Flourless Chocolate Torte. Flourless Chocolate Torte   Most cakes are loaded with fat and carbohydrates with little fiber or protein. This torte has 16 to 22% more protein with fewer carbohydrates and 6 grams of fiber. The recipe uses black soybeans instead of flour, which creates a torte with more useable protein and fiber. The torte is rich in chocolate, which benefits the heart by helping to “expand” the arteries, a [&#…
  8. Deadline to leave Dakota Access Pipeline site draws near for protesters

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 02.22 / 17:38 kdvr.com
    CANNONBALL, N.D. — As Wednesday’s deadline set by North Dakota’s governor to evacuate the Standing Rock camp site looms, a number of Dakota Access Pipeline protesters have vowed to stay put. Last week, Gov. Doug Burgum signed an emergency evacuation order of the property to allow private contractors to remove waste from the Oceti Sakowin camp area, which officials say is in a flood plain. Burgum’s order comes as the project moves closer to completion after the U.S.…
  1. Simpson Elementary Talent Show Set for Thursday Evening at Bridgeport High School's Auditorium

    Thursday night is show time for Simpson Elementary School students who are performing in the annual talent show and this…
  2. CT Pulse at 12:30: Himes draws a crowd, Town officials react to budget cuts, more

    Thevalleygazette.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 thevalleygazette.com
    On Wednesday, Feb. 22 CT Pulse talks packed town hall meetings hosted by Congressman Jim Himes, potential review of Sober Houses in the state, towns getting angry about state budget cuts and much more. The post CT Pulse at 12:30: Himes draws a crowd, Town officials react to budget cuts, more appeared first on Live HAN…
  3. Bear alert: They’re up and about in Weston

    Thewestonforum.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 thewestonforum.com
    It may still be winter, but some bears in Weston think it’s already spring. Animal... The post Bear alert: They’re up and about in Weston appeared first on The Weston For…
  4. Middletown father Tony Moreno found guilty in death of his 7-month-old son

    Foxct.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 foxct.com
    MIDDLETOWN — Tony Moreno was found guilty of killing his 7-month-old son by throwing him off a bridge. The verdict came down early Wednesday afternoon after the jury deliberated for a second day.  He was found guilty of risk of injury to a minor, as well as murder. Jurors first requested Wednesday morning to hear the testimony of a police officer who first responded to the bridge, and to hear Moreno’s testimony from day five of the trial, before returning to their deliberations. That [̷…
  5. Sunnyside Elementary begins kindness campaign (Slideshow)

    Sheltonherald.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 sheltonherald.com
    Sunnyside Elementary’s new fund-raising campaigns have not only raised money for school supplies but have... The post Sunnyside Elementary begins kindness campaign (Slideshow) appeared first on Shelton H…
  6. Moreno Convicted of Murder In Death Of Infant Son

    Courant.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 courant.com
    Tony Moreno was convicted of murder on Wednesday for causing the July 2015 death of his infant son by throwing him off the Arrigoni Bridge.Jurors reached their verdict after deliberating Tuesday afternoon and for a short time Wednesday morning after reviewing the testimony of Middletown…
  7. Police: Football players falsely accused of rape

    Ctpost.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 ctpost.com
    BRIDGEPORT - Two Sacred Heart University football players kicked out of school last year following rape allegations have been cleared after police said the young woman recanted her story. Police said 18-year-old Nikki Yovino, of South Setauket, N.Y., has been charged with second-degree falsely reporting an incident and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. According to that affidavit, when Police Detective Walberto Cotto Jr. pressed Yovino about inconsistencies in her original…
  8. N.Y. man charged in Greenwich overdose death

    Ctpost.com - Connecticut 02.22 / 17:38 ctpost.com
    According to court documents and statements made in court, Greenwich police and EMTs responded to a report of a 26 year-old man who was unresponsive in a home on Dec. 8, 2015. The state forensics lab analyzed the unopened bags and determined the powder contained heroin, and according to the Connecticut Chief Medical Examiner’s Office, the victim’s death was caused by acute heroin toxicity. Hart was arrested on a federal criminal complaint on April 14, 2016 and has related drug charges pen…
  1. Meridian duped in W-2 spoofing scheme

    Thestarpress.com - Delaware 02.22 / 17:38 thestarpress.com
    Health care organization tricked by cyber…
  2. St. Thomas More boys close schedule with 14th straight win

    Delawarestatenews.net - Delaware (DE) 02.22 / 17:21 delawarestatenews.net
      The St. Thomas More will head into the state tournament on a 14-game winning streak after downing Indian River, 72-32, in boys’ basketball on Tuesday night. Already leading by eight points,...Read the whole s…
  3. Nicole Curtis opens up about struggles during custody battle

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 02.22 / 17:13 wgmd.com
    Nicole Curtis, the host of HGTV’s “Rehab Addict,” first opened up about her messy custody battle over her 20-month-old son Harper in 2016. Curtis, who split with Harper’s father, Shane Maguire, shortly before discovering she was pregnant, lost her plea to halt her son’s overnight stays at his father’s until he was 2-years-old in October,…
  4. 2017 Free Agency Outlook: Safeties

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 02.22 / 17:13 wgmd.com
    With free agency set to begin in March, Redskins.com’s Stephen Czarda and Jake Kring-Schreifels preview the 2017 NFL free agent class position-by-position. Today’s focus is on safeties. The safety position for the Redskins remained a rotating door throughout the entirety of last season, which was mostly a product of season-ending injuries. Both DeAngelo Hall and…
  5. Man mysteriously dies during charity gaming event

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 02.22 / 17:13 wgmd.com
    A Virginia gamer was found dead Sunday while he was hosting a 24-hour charity gaming event he was producing from his home. Brian Vigneault, a Twitch streamer and World of Tanks enthusiast stepped away from the livestream at around 4:30 p.m., the gaming-news website PVPLive reported. An hour later, Virginia Beach police said they were called…
  6. Teen allegedly used revenge porn to force woman into having sex with friends

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 02.22 / 17:13 wgmd.com
    A teenager in Texas allegedly used revenge porn to blackmail his ex-girlfriend into having sex with three friends – and prosecutors claim a demand for fourth romp prompted the woman to call police. Demario Hunter, 18, of Katy, allegedly told his unidentified girlfriend after recording them having sex that he would send the explicit footage…
  7. Lions Annual Spaghetti Dinner, March 4

    Milfordlive.com - Milford 02.22 / 16:52 milfordlive.com
    On Saturday, March 4, the Milford Lions Club will begin serving at their 51st annual Spaghetti Dinner.  Service starts at 4 p.m. at the Milford Sr. High School and continues until 7 p.m. The Milford High School Leos Club provides much needed service and clean up help.  Spouses and partners of Lions are on hand…
  8. The Weekly Review – February 20, 2017

    Milfordlive.com - Milford 02.22 / 16:52 milfordlive.com
        Tuesday, February 21  Basketball – Girls Varsity Sussex Tech 58, Milford HS 33 Basketball – Boys Varsity Appoquinimink HS 52, Milford HS 38 Milford – Riddick (2, 1-2, 5), Sampson (5, 0-0, 11), Shockley (1, 0-0, 2), Correa (2, 0-3, 5), Murray (6, 2-2, 15) Totals:(16, 3-7, 38) Sign up for you free…
  1. Miami Iron Addicts Gym Owner Arrested By DEA On Steroid-Selling Allegations

    Miaminewtimes.com - Miami 02.22 / 17:45 www.miaminewtimes.com
    On Instagram, Richard Rodriguez comes across as a high-living gym fanatic, posing with top body-building athletes and posting photos of luxury sports cars and his extreme adventures, like skydiving and firing high-powered weapons. As owner of the popular Iron Addicts gym just north of downtown, he had recently become…
  2. Tech Challenged Seniors Needing A Ride Can Call “GoGoGrandparent”

    Miami.cbslocal.com - Miami 02.22 / 17:45 miami.cbslocal.com
    Got a parent, or grandparent, who really could use a service like Uber to get around, but they're completely baffled by the new-fangled smartphones, so don't own…
  3. St. Augustine teenager moving hands to communicate after skating accident

    Wokv.com - Jacksonville 02.22 / 17:42 www.wokv.com
    A St. Augustine teenager is showing progress as he fights for his life after a serious skateboarding…
  4. 95 calls by Animal Control made to Jacksonville home where 2 dogs attacked woman, dog

    Wokv.com - Jacksonville 02.22 / 17:42 www.wokv.com
    Authorities have been called to a home nearly 100 times since 2004 where two pit bulls live that attacked a woman and her Labrador…
  5. FBI raids office of Jacksonville doctor

    Wokv.com - Jacksonville 02.22 / 17:42 www.wokv.com
    The Federal Bureau of Intelligence has raided the Southside office of Nikhil Nihalani, a Jacksonville…
  6. Melbourne rainfall record set for this date; flood advisory issued

    Floridatoday.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.floridatoday.com
    Lingering storms could bring two to three inches of rain to some parts of the Space…
  7. Fort Lauderdale to sell land near Brightline for hotel

    Sun-sentinel.com - Florida 02.22 / 17:38 sun-sentinel.com
    The impact of the planned Brightline passenger rail service is starting to stretch outside the city’s downtown borders, with a developer now proposing a hotel for the Northwest Seventh Avenue corridor. The train station now under construction could be the extra impetus needed to create int…
  8. Police: Suspect in SunTrust Bank Robbery Arrested

    Wtxl.com - Florida 02.22 / 17:38 wtxl.com
    Law enforcement officials say that they have arrested the man suspected in a robbery at SunTrust Bank on South Monroe…
  1. Three arrested with stolen car at Econo Lodge

    Griffindailynews.com - Georgia 02.22 / 17:38 griffindailynews.com
    Griffin Police arrested three people early Monday morning at the Econo Lodge on North…
  2. Top 5 Worst NBA Trades of All Time

    Atlanta.cbslocal.com - Georgia 02.22 / 17:38 atlanta.cbslocal.com
    Heading to the 2017 NBA trade deadline, 92-9 The Game's Tony Schiavone takes us back to the worst trades ever made in the NBA, though not all came at the…
  3. Americans buy existing homes at fastest pace in a decade

    Walb.com - Georgia 02.22 / 17:38 walb.com
    Home sales rose 3.3 percent in January from December to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.69 million, the National Association of Realtors said…
  4. Rome man steals from mom, gets 10 years

    He’d been skimming off his 81-year-old mother’s accounts and spending her money to fuel a drug habit until he’d been kicked out of her house — then he broke into her home and stole jewelry and tools…
  5. Former Chick-fil-A President Jimmy Collins to speak at Shorter University Feb. 27

    Jimmy Collins, former President and Chief Operating Officer of Chick-fil-A, will speak at Shorter University on Monday, Feb. 27, at 11 a.m. in the lobby of the Robert H. Ledbetter College of…
  6. Georgia House backs ban on employee scheduling ordinances

    Wtvm.com - Georgia 02.22 / 17:38 wtvm.com
    Cities and counties couldn't require that businesses pay extra when employees' schedules change under a bill approved by the Georgia…
  7. Natural gas could cost less than coal for Kemper plant

    Wtvm.com - Georgia 02.22 / 17:38 wtvm.com
    Mississippi Power Co. says the power plant it's building in Kemper County will be cheaper to run on natural gas than on its planned fuel of lignite coal unless gas prices are…
  8. News Minute: Here is the latest Georgia news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. EST

    Wtvm.com - Georgia 02.22 / 17:38 wtvm.com
    A lawsuit claims a 3-year-old girl who became entangled in an escalator lost her foot at a commuter train station in Atlanta. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the lawsuit was filed Friday against…
  1. Mills indicted for multiple charges, including alleged kidnapping and robbery

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 02.22 / 17:05 thegardenisland.com
    LIHUE — A Fifth Circuit Grand Jury last week indicted Walter L. Mills, 43, of Kapaa, on 10 charges connected to a series of incidents that took place on November 4, 2016, after he allegedly left the g…
  2. MauiTime’s Maui Calendar of Events | February 23rd-March 1st, 2017

    Mauitime.com - Maui 02.22 / 16:50 mauitime.com
    BIG SHOWS ON MAUI HAWAIIAN MUSIC SERIES CONCERT – Thu. Feb 23. One of Hawaii’s most beloved female musical artists, Robi Kahakalau aka “Sistah Robi” will perform at Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s monthly Hawaiian Music Series concert. Limited seating is provided; blankets, mats and low beach chairs are welcome. Free. 6:00pm. Baldwin Home Museum, (Corner of […] The post MauiTime’s Maui Calendar of Events | February 23rd-March 1st, 2017 appeared first on Maui T…
  3. Pipeline protesters pray, set fires ahead of camp closing

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 02.22 / 16:41 hawaiinewsnow.com
    Some protesters plan to move, but some in the camp plan civil…
  4. Amnesty blames Trump, others in global rollback of rights

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 02.22 / 16:30 staradvertiser.com
    PARIS >> Amnesty International says “toxic” fear-mongering by anti-establishment politicians, among them President Donald Trump and the leaders of Turkey, Hungary and the Philippines, is contributing to a global pushback against human…
  5. UK appoints 1st female Scotland Yard chief in 188 years

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 02.22 / 15:42 thegardenisland.com
    LONDON (AP) — The British government says senior officer Cressida Dick will be the next commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police — the first woman to lead Scotland Yard in its 188-year his…
  6. SpaceX aborts approach to space station, delivery delayed

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 02.22 / 15:42 thegardenisland.com
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A navigation error forced SpaceX to delay its shipment to the International Space Station on Wednesday, following an otherwise smooth flight from NASA's historic moon p…
  7. Documents: After shooting, Roof went toward 2nd black church

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 02.22 / 15:42 thegardenisland.com
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The man convicted of killing nine worshippers during Bible study at a black church drove toward a second black church after the shootings, according to South Carolina p…
  8. The Latest: Kansas governor keeps promise to veto tax hike

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 02.22 / 15:42 thegardenisland.com
    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Latest on the debate in Kansas over raising income taxes to balance the state budget (all times l…
  1. Headlines for Feb. 22, 2017: What to Know

    Boiseweekly.com - Boise City 02.22 / 17:44 www.boiseweekly.com
    Trump officials square off, the Standing Rock protests start to break up, Boise police look for a suspect in multiple robberies, Harrison Ford has a close call and Idaho's longest bridge will undergo some preventative maintenance. Two of President Donald Trump's top cabinet officials are reportedly in disagreement over a draft executive order that would reverse Obama-era protections for transgender students in public…
  2. Slammed by the flu, businesses scramble to get work done

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 02.22 / 17:22 idahostatejournal.com
    NEW YORK (AP) — The flu season has slammed many small businesses, weakening already thin staffing levels and forcing some owners to scramble to cover shifts or get the work d…
  3. Jerome man gets 30 years for shooting victim near Shoshone

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 02.22 / 17:22 idahostatejournal.com
    SHOSHONE, Idaho (AP) — A Jerome man accused of shooting a victim and leaving him for dead in the Idaho desert has been sentenced to 30 years in p…
  4. Officials plan capture of wild horses in central Idaho

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 02.22 / 17:22 idahostatejournal.com
    CHALLIS, Idaho (AP) — Federal officials say they plan to capture 150 wild horses starting later this month in central Idaho near Challis and remove about 50 for a…
  5. Up to 600 waterfowl die in western Idaho from avian cholera

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 02.22 / 16:01 idahostatejournal.com
    PARMA, Idaho (AP) — An estimated 500 to 600 ducks and geese have died due to avian cholera near Parma in western I…
  6. Man gets 7 years for in connection to shooting of girl, 10

    Idahostatejournal.com - Idaho (ID) 02.22 / 16:01 idahostatejournal.com
    CALDWELL, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man involved in a shooting that injured a 10-year-old girl struck by a stray bullet has been sentenced to at least seven years in p…
  7. THE END IS NIGH: GRADUATION DEADLINES APPROACH

    Isubengal.com - Pocatello 02.22 / 15:22 isubengal.com
    Madison Shumway Staff Writer After many years of furious note-taking, scarfing down ramen noodles, procrastination and Monster-fueled all-nighters, ISU seniors are nearly finished. They’ll take... The post THE END IS NIGH: GRADUATION DEADLINES APPROACH appeared first on The B…
  8. GOP Seeks Reduction In Health Law's 10 Essential Benefits

    As Republicans look at ways to replace or repair the Affordable Care Act, many suggest that shrinking the list of services that insurers are required to offer in individual and small group plans would reduce costs and increase flexibility. That option came to the forefront last week when Seema Verma, who is slated to run the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in the Trump administration, noted at her confirmation hearing that coverage for maternity services should be optional in…
  1. Jace William Jones

    Advantagenews.com - Illinois (IL) 02.22 / 17:45 advantagenews.com
    He was born at 12:29 p.m. Feb. 14, 2017, in Anderson Hospital in Maryville, the son of Jared Lee Jones and Racheal Dianna Jones of Bethalto. He weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Lester Jones and Kathy Jones of Melbourne, Fla., and Mike Cassens and Joannie Cassens of…
  2. Rauner pushes for more rigorous state education standards

    Advantagenews.com - Illinois (IL) 02.22 / 17:45 advantagenews.com
    Illinois working federally mandated plan under Every Student Succeeds…
  3. Intro Chefs Take Us Inside Their Dim Sum Philosophy

    Chicagomag.com - Chicago 02.22 / 17:45 chicagomag.com
    Chefs Stephen Gillanders, CJ Jacobson, and Aaron Martinez explain how they chose to tackle modern Chinese…
  4. Arlington Heights Chicagoland Weather Today

    Weather forecast for Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove Village, Mount Prospect, O'Hare, Palatine, Prospect Heights, Rolling Meadows, Schaumburg, Wheeling ... Chicagoland normals and records…
  5. East Aurora looking at 'STEAM Academy' for Benavides Kindergarten Center

    East Aurora School District 131 officials are looking to rebrand the district's full-day kindergarten center as a "STEAM Academy" emphasizing science, technology, engineering, art and math.District officials are working to create two labs at the Benavides Kindergarten Center, one to focus on…
  6. California city's council votes to impeach Donald Trump

    Abc7chicago.com - Chicago 02.22 / 17:42 abc7chicago.com
    Richmond became the first city in the United States to call upon congress to impeach President Trump, citing his business holdings as cause for…
  7. Lawsuit accuses Milwaukee police of illegal stop-and-frisks

    Abcnews.go.com - Chicago 02.22 / 17:42 abcnews.go.com
    The American Civil Liberties Union in Wisconsin is accusing Milwaukee police of operating a stop-and-frisk program mostly targeting black and Latino…
  8. Chicago hospital's smallest surviving premie finally goes home after 4 months

    Abcnews.go.com - Chicago 02.22 / 17:42 abcnews.go.com
    A Chicago infant is going home today for the first time, more than four months after being born as a "micro-premie." Entitan Martins delivered her daughter Eirianna when she was just 23 weeks pregnant. Weighing in at just 13 ounces, Eirianna is the smallest surviving infant to be born at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago, according to hospital officials. "I'm just grateful that we're both here," Martins told ABC's Chicago station WLS-TV. "It's been a long haul." While pregnant, Martins…
  1. Fishers YMCA to reopen at 4 p.m. today after malfunction

    Currentinfishers.com - Fishers 02.22 / 17:44 currentinfishers.com
    After a Fishers YMCA pool malfunction that resulted in the leakage of what Fishers Fire Department hazardous materials techs believe to be muriatic acid, the YMCA will reopen today at 4 p.m. and…
  2. Fishers Police Department talks community with kids

    Currentinfishers.com - Fishers 02.22 / 17:44 currentinfishers.com
    By Renee Larr Fishers Police Dept. recently met with fifth and sixth grade boys travel basketball teams to discuss community issues. It all started with Fishers’ parent Tommalisa Lumpkin. She met with FPD i…
  3. Geist Elementary first graders showcase work at city hall, library

    Currentinfishers.com - Fishers 02.22 / 17:44 currentinfishers.com
    By Renee Larr Teacher Krista Beck’s first grade class at Geist Elementary recently completed a project called “Fishers Through the Eyes of a Child.” “My class was studying communities and the important parts of&…
  4. Henry County township trustee arrested for theft

    Wishtv.com - Indianapolis 02.22 / 17:43 wishtv.com
    Indiana State Police say Liberty Township Trustee Phyllis Shafer overpaid herself approximately…
  5. Police release audio in Indiana girls' death investigation

    Tribstar.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.tribstar.com
    Police say one of the two teenage girls killed last week in northern Indiana recorded the voice of a suspect in their…
  6. Mad Ants to retire Howard's 19

    Ron Howard will be the first Mad Ants player to have his number…
  7. Indiana Senate committee advances vaping law overhaul

    Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN) 02.22 / 17:32 dailyjournal.net
    INDIANAPOLIS — A state Senate panel has advanced a bill to drastically overhaul the Indiana 2016 vaping industry law that granted a monopoly to one company and sparked an FBI probe last summer. Logansport Republican state Sen. Randy Head’s measure was approved Wednesday on an 8-1 vote, clearing the way for the bill to…
  8. Indiana asks US Supreme Court to hear death penalty case

    Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN) 02.22 / 17:32 dailyjournal.net
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Indiana officials have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a death penalty case stemming from a 1998 triple homicide in Mishawaka. The South Bend Tribune (http://bit.ly/2loDeUF ) reports that 49-year-old Wayne Kubsch was twice convicted of three counts of murder and sentenced to death for the brutal killings…
  1. HRH expansion heads into home stretch

    Akronhometowner.com - Iowa (IA) 02.22 / 17:44 akronhometowner.com
    It’s a well-known fact that soldiers returning home after serving in the Vietnam War were mistreated by their fellow Americans. Union and Lincoln Counties Veterans Service Officer Susan Irons is working to rectify that mistake. Irons will present Presidential Certificates and lapel pins to Vietnam War veterans who served on active duty from Nov. 1,…
  2. Falcons finished at regional opener

    Akronhometowner.com - Iowa (IA) 02.22 / 17:44 akronhometowner.com
    By Steve Peterson West Sioux boys’ basketball team headed to George-Little Rock to take on Harris-Lake Park in the Class 1A District No. 2 regional opener. The Falcons had downed the Wolves in War Eagle Conference play but on Feb. 16 it was the Wolves’ turn with a 75-61 win. West Sioux’s final record was…
  3. Tindall has 3-1 record so far for NWC softball

    Akronhometowner.com - Iowa (IA) 02.22 / 17:44 akronhometowner.com
    Kayla Tindall pitched a complete-game three-hitter to lead Northwestern College to a 2-0 win in Game One of a doubleheader Feb. 17 in Hillsboro, Kan. The Red Raiders picked up the sweep with a 6-4 win in Game Two. Northwestern evened its record at 3-3. Tabor was 1-6 record. The Red Raiders scored both of…
  4. Clear Lake tax rate to drop under proposed budget

    Globegazette.com - Iowa 02.22 / 17:39 globegazette.com
    CLEAR LAKE | The tax rate in Clear Lake would fall by about 25 cents under the proposed 2017-18…
  5. Eagle Grove woman pleads guilty to child abandonment

    Globegazette.com - Iowa 02.22 / 17:39 globegazette.com
    GALT | An Eagle Grove woman whose 2-year-old daughter was found alone and shoeless in the city of Galt in November has pleaded guilty to felony neglect or abandonment of a dependent…
  6. Jeff street committee okays pair of projects

    A pair of projects that will help financially challenged residents go the go-ahead from the Jefferson city council’s street committee Tuesday. Dianne Blackmer, volunteer coordinator of the Greene County Christian Action Resource Center (food pantry) in the 100 block of E. Harrison St, got permission to reserve parking spaces near the building for clients who … Continue reading Jeff street committee okays pair of projects…
  7. City council to revisit closing Wilson railroad crossing

    The Jefferson city council will revisit railroad quiet zones at one of its March meetings, with discussion centered on closing the Wilson crossing. Quiet zones through Jefferson has been talked about for several years. Last July the council heard comments from many residents on the subject, with more in favor of making changes needed so … Continue reading City council to revisit closing Wilson railroad crossing…
  8. Supervisors hear secondary roads budget proposal

    The Greene County secondary roads budget for Fiscal Year 2018 calls for total expenditures of $5,776,000. The secondary road fund balance at the end of FY 18 is projected at $836,000, a decrease of $35,000 from the fund balance projected at the end of the current fiscal year. County engineer Wade Weiss presented his FY … Continue reading Supervisors hear secondary roads budget proposal…
  1. Snyder: “K-State is about people who care about people”

    Ksn.com - Wichita 02.22 / 17:43 ksn.com
    Kansas State University Athletics released a message from head football coach Bill Snyder…
  2. Farm posts calf video and animal rights commenters descend

    Ksn.com - Wichita 02.22 / 17:43 ksn.com
    A New Hampshire farm that posted a video of a cute newborn calf is coming under fire from animal rights supporters…
  3. 2 men face sentencing for Kansas hate crime attack

    Ksn.com - Wichita 02.22 / 17:43 ksn.com
    Two Kansas men are due to be sentenced for their roles in a hate crime attack on three Somali…
  4. House overrides Brownback's veto of tax bill

    Ljworld.com - Kansas 02.22 / 17:42 www2.ljworld.com
    By a vote of 85-40, the Kansas House voted to override Gov. Sam Brownback's veto of a tax bill that would reverse many of the income tax cuts he championed in…
  5. Magna Carta history exhibit coming to Franklin County

    Ottawaherald.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.ottawaherald.com
    An exhibit chronicling the history of the Magna Carta is scheduled to be on public display throughout the month of March in the historic Franklin County Courthouse in…
  6. House overrides Brownback veto

    Salina.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.salina.com
    The Kansas House has voted 85-40 to override Gov. Sam Brownback's veto of a tax…
  7. BiCenter to be called Tony's Pizza Events Center

    Salina.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.salina.com
    The phone is now being answered as “Tony’s Pizza Events Center” at the former Salina Bicentennial Cente…
  8. Amazon resists request for Echo info in Arkansas slaying

    Ksla.com - Arkansas 02.22 / 17:39 www.ksla.com
    Amazon says Arkansas prosecutors looking to obtain potential recordings from a slaying suspect's Amazon Echo smart speaker haven't established that their investigation is more important than a…
  1. A look inside: Bradford Mill Lofts on track for June opening

    Insiderlouisville.com - Kentucky 02.22 / 17:39 insiderlouisville.com
    The renovation of the old Bradford mill and the Boyd Moving and Storage building is on track for a June completion. Louisville-based The Marian Group gave Insider Louisville a tour of the future Bradford Mill Lofts and showed off the progress as well as what still needs to be done. Justin Brown, a principal with The …
  2. KSP: Owen Co. shooting suspect “armed and dangerous”

    Wtvq.com - Kentucky (KY) 02.22 / 17:16 wtvq.com
    Kentucky State Police are continuing their search for a man they say is responsible for a non-fatal shooting in Owen County back on February 18th. The post KSP: Owen Co. shooting suspect “armed and dangerous” appeared first on ABC 36…
  3. Dancing with Prospect Stars

    Voice-tribune.com - Kentucky (KY) 02.22 / 17:15 voice-tribune.com
    The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a Taste of Prospect extravagaza while 10 brave men and women of the Louisville community danced outside of their comfort zone at Bill Collins Ford to raise money for the charity of their choice. The post Dancing with Prospect Stars appeared first on The…
  4. The Dreamer’s Ball

    Voice-tribune.com - Kentucky (KY) 02.22 / 17:15 voice-tribune.com
    Dreams with Wings is a nonprofit agency that serves adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and The Dreamer’s Ball is the fundraiser that gives those dreams wings. The post The Dreamer’s Ball appeared first on The Voi…
  5. Party with Purpose

    Voice-tribune.com - Kentucky (KY) 02.22 / 17:15 voice-tribune.com
    The fitness-minded gathered at Louisville’s hottest new venue, the Manhattan on Broadway, for the Downtown YMCA’s first-ever Party with Purpose. The post Party with Purpose appeared first on The Voi…
  6. Shakespeare in Love Gala

    Voice-tribune.com - Kentucky (KY) 02.22 / 17:15 voice-tribune.com
    This year’s crowd was dressed in black and white and well-read all over. The post Shakespeare in Love Gala appeared first on The V…
  7. Louisville Heart Ball

    Voice-tribune.com - Kentucky (KY) 02.22 / 17:15 voice-tribune.com
    The Louisville Heart Ball is always one of the preeminent black-tie events of the year, and appropriately planned around Valentine’s Day, has become an unforgettable tradition for many couples supporting American Heart Association. The post Louisville Heart Ball appeared first on The V…
  8. Paducah Commissioners to Vote on Revisions to Taxicab Ordinance Involving Nonviolent Felonies

    Wkms.org - Murray 02.22 / 17:14 wkms.org
    Paducah’s City Commissioners are set to vote on amending the taxicab ordinance to make it easier for someone with a nonviolent felony to obtain a l…
  1. White Cop Says "Policing in America Needs to Change"

    965kvki.com - Shreveport 02.22 / 17:44 965kvki.com
    "Facing Race" drew a few dozen people out to talk about the controversial topic. It was an open and free discussion. Continue…
  2. Resurfacing work set to begin on Fleur de Lis Drive in Lakeview

    Wgno.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 wgno.com
    Crews have begun work along Fleur de Lis Drive in Lakeview, kicking off the final phase of resurfacing work on the heavily traveled…
  3. Goalie fired for betting on his stomach

    Wgno.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 wgno.com
    New Orleans (CNN)-  It started as a hilarious highlight to an otherwise lackluster soccer match: Sutton United’s “roly-poly goalie” Wayne Shaw caught snacking on a pie during the second half of the club’s FA Cup match against Arsenal. But what began as a lark has ended with gambling investigations and the reported resignation of the much-loved reserve goalkeeper. You see, Sun Bets — which controversially replaced Sutton’s normal sponsor just for the …
  4. Security of agricultural funding raises concerns

    Thetowntalk.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 www.thetowntalk.com
    Two pieces of House legislation have raised concerns in the agricultural community and creating doubt about the security of agricultural funding…
  5. Senate passes first half of budget deal; on to House

    Thetowntalk.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 www.thetowntalk.com
    The special session to close the state's $304 million midyear deficit must end by midnight…
  6. Louisiana man killed in motorcycle crash in Oklahoma City

    Ksla.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 www.ksla.com
    A Louisiana man has been killed in a motorcycle crash in Oklahoma…
  7. News Minute: Here is the latest Louisiana news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. CST

    Ksla.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 www.ksla.com
    Louisiana's deficit-closing special session has reached its final day, with legislative leaders and Gov. John Bel Edwards trying to save a deal to erase a $304 million deficit. The session must end by…
  8. LSU AgCenter Prepares for Medical Marijuana Production

    Klax-tv.com - Louisiana 02.22 / 17:39 klax-tv.com
    Dr. Bill Richardson is the LSU Vice President for Agriculture. Last June, the LSU Board of Supervisors approved a…
  1. Maine Connections Academy Selects Kyara Dawbin of West Gardiner as February STAR Student of the Month

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 02.22 / 17:39 bangordailynews.com
    South Portland, Maine (February 22, 2017) – Maine Connections Academy (MCA), the state’s first virtual public charter school, has selected Kyara Dawbin, an 11th grader from West Gardiner, as its February STAR Student. Dawbin has been with MCA since its inception in 2014. The virtual school environment has given her …
  2. New Ventures Maine to offer 12 week Venturing Forth Business Planning Class

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 02.22 / 17:39 bangordailynews.com
    Wednesday, March 22, 2017 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.Wednesday, June 7, 2017 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: New Ventures Maine, 1 University Drive UMA Bangor Campus, Bangor Hall, Bangor, Maine For more information: 207-262-7843; newventuresmaine.org Program Area: Start a Business Date: March 22, 2017 to June 07, 2017 Day…
  3. Northport begins search for new superintendent

    Waldo.villagesoup.com - Maine (ME) 02.22 / 17:00 waldo.villagesoup.com
    School Board members are seeking applicants to serve as the district's new superintendent. Since Northport voted to withdraw from the then-eight-town Regional School Unit 20 in November 2014, Judy Lucarelli has filled the superintendent's role on an interim basis. However, board members are now looking to hire Lucarelli's permanent replacement later this spring. Board Chairman Mark Lynch said the district…
  4. Alfond program will ease loan burden for STEM grads who stay in Maine

    Mainebiz.biz - Maine (ME) 02.22 / 16:53 mainebiz.biz
    The Harold Alfond Foundation announced Tuesday a new statewide…
  5. You can get there from here with new fish-and-game apps

    Mainebiz.biz - Maine (ME) 02.22 / 16:53 mainebiz.biz
    Recreational fishing and hunting just got smarter with the…
  6. New Data: Maine Airbnb hosts earn $26 million in 2016

    Mainebiz.biz - Maine (ME) 02.22 / 16:53 mainebiz.biz
    Airbnb announced today that Maine's 3,700 active hosts earned more…
  7. The Olympia Companies to develop new hotel for Colby College

    Mainebiz.biz - Maine (ME) 02.22 / 16:53 mainebiz.biz
    The Olympia Cos., a Maine-based hospitality management company,…
  8. Jean Hoffman joins MedRhythms' board of directors

    Mainebiz.biz - Maine (ME) 02.22 / 16:53 mainebiz.biz
    Jean Hoffman, founder and former president and CEO of the…
  1. FBI, General Services Admin. discuss Landover traffic changes if FBI comes

    Thesentinel.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 www.thesentinel.com
    LANDOVER – As the announcement of the new home for the FBI draws closer, the agency and General Services Administration (GSA) are reaching out to the communities vying for the headquarters and its 11,000 jobs. The short list includes Springfield, Va., Greenbelt and Landover. A public meeting was held at each location to discuss changes to proposed traffic improvement measures since the release of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in 2015. The Landover meeting was held Feb. 1…
  2. Hyattsville weighs municipal building options

    Thesentinel.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 www.thesentinel.com
    LANHAM – For the first time in nearly 25 years, Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) will see its leader serve more than one term. On Feb. 17, County Executive Rushern Baker, III announced the reappointment of Kevin Maxwell to the chief executive officer (CEO) position and head of the county school system during a ceremony at DuVal High School.  The DuVal High School cheerleaders added “four more years’” to their usual “work it” cheer. The marching band played the “2001: A Spac…
  3. General Assembly, Congress scrambling to create Metro Safety Commission

    Thesentinel.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 www.thesentinel.com
    ANNAPOLIS – Surprise federal action has spurred a flurry of legislative action related to the Metrorail Safety Commission (MSC). On Feb. 10, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and new Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao sent a letter to Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., leaders stating that federal funds were being withheld until the jurisdictions all passed legislation to create the MSC. Under Anthony Foxx, transportation secretary in the Obama Administration, officials h…
  4. Liquor board reform bills face questions in committee

    Thesentinel.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 www.thesentinel.com
    ANNAPOLIS – In the fallout from the liquor board bribery scandal, several bills are making their way through the General Assembly and their proposers facing questions from members of their own party. Presidents’ Day was a full day in the House of Delegates Economic Matters Committee, with over 60 bills related to alcohol on the docket. Among those were three proposals to reform the county Board of License Commissioners, commonly known as the liquor board. County Executive Rushern Baker, …
  5. Planning Board approves first phase of New Carrollton Metro development

    Thesentinel.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 www.thesentinel.com
    UPPER MARLBORO – Proposed development around the New Carrollton Metro Station took another step forward as the county fast-tracks the project. On Feb. 16, the Prince George’s County Planning Board voted unanimously to approve the detailed site plan (DSP) for the first phase of the New Carrollton Town Center development. It had just approved the preliminary plan of subdivision last month. This first stage of development will see the construction of an 8-story commercial office building wi…
  6. Report Indicates Nearly One-Third Of Worcester Households Struggling Financially

    Mdcoastdispatch.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 mdcoastdispatch.com
    SALISBURY – Approximately 31 percent of households in Worcester County are struggling to afford basic needs, according to a recent United Way report on Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) individuals. But statistics show these percentages are higher in half of the county’s municipalities identified in the data. In a snapshot of six municipalities –... Read more »…
  7. New report pushes for safe spaces for drug users

    Abc2news.com - Maryland 02.22 / 17:39 www.abc2news.com
    A new report says safe spaces for drug users would reduce overdose deaths in Baltimore…
  8. Orioles Share 2017 Spring Training Opening Day Plans

    The Orioles shared their plans for Opening Day of the 2017 Spring Training season on Sunday, February 26, when the Orioles host the Pittsburgh Pirates at 1:05 p.m. at Ed Smith…
  1. Joanne (Merritt) Fettig

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 02.22 / 17:44 capecod.com
    COTUIT – Joanne (Jody) Fettig passed out of this world February 20, 2017. She was born in St. Johnsbury, Vermont on September 5, 1935 to the late Harold (Jim) Piper and Arlene (Morse) Piper. She grew up in St. Johnsbury and was a 1953 graduate of St. Johnsbury Academy. She was the beloved wife of…
  2. Maynard Man Charged With Placing Explosive Device On Neighbor’s Porch

    Boston.cbslocal.com - Boston 02.22 / 17:43 boston.cbslocal.com
    Police arrested a man Wednesday morning in connection with a suspicious device found earlier in the…
  3. Harbor View, the Grand Dame of Edgartown Hotels, Celebrates Centennial

    Mvgazette.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 vineyardgazette.com
    Virginia PooleElegant and proud as any schooner that sailed the neighboring waters, the Harbor View Hotel stands imposingly on the most fashionable street or historic Edgartown. This grand old lady of Vineyard re­sort hotels celebrates her 100th anni­versary this year, and in keeping with her history, the hotel will honor the oc­casion with music, sport, skits, exhib­its, sumptuonus meals and high tea. The Harbor View will open the doors wide to all — the public as well as hotel guests — on…
  4. Bill Belichick may be called to testify in Hernandez murder trial

    Bostonherald.com - Massachusetts 02.22 / 17:39 bostonherald.com
    New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has been added to the list of potential defense witnesses who could testify during the upcoming double-homicide trial of former tight end Aaron Hernandez.The new list of potential witnesses for the defense, which was filed last week, also lists Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and Maurkice Pouncey, an offensive lineman for the Pittsburgh…
  5. Police: R.I. dad under arrest in connection with death of infant daughter

    Bostonherald.com - Massachusetts 02.22 / 17:39 bostonherald.com
    A Warwick, R.I., father is under arrest in connection with the death last night of his 7-month-old daughter, police said.Ryan Beeley, 37, faces arraignment this afternoon in Kent County Third District Court on a charge of cruelty to or neglect of a child, though Warwick Police Maj. Brad Connor said “additional charges may be added” depending on what the baby’s autopsy concl…
  6. Pulse shooting survivor Angel Colon’s crusade: ‘I was shot by a man who never should have had a gun’

    Bostonherald.com - Massachusetts 02.22 / 17:39 bostonherald.com
    On June 12, 2016, Angel Colon was having a carefree weekend out with some friends in Orlando, Florida, when he found himself plunged into a ni…
  7. Herald Sox writer, WEEI hosts spar on air

    Bostonherald.com - Massachusetts 02.22 / 17:39 bostonherald.com
    Herald Red Sox beat writer Evan Drellich got into an explosive tussle with WEEI hosts Gerry Callahan and Kirk Minihane over his coverage in the paper and their interview with Sox manager John Farrell.The sports radio duo, who came out the gate blasting Drellich on their show "Kirk & Callahan," sparred over his questioning of Farrell.“This is moronic,” Drellich complained.At one point, Drellich bemoaned the two radio hosts’ criticism for not being more forceful with Farre…
  8. Tom Brady Pinpoints Julian Edelman As No. 1 Suspect For Stolen Super Bowl Jersey

    Boston.cbslocal.com - Massachusetts 02.22 / 17:39 boston.cbslocal.com
    Julian Edelman better start preparing his…
  1. International Polar Bear Day at the Detroit Zoo to show climate threat

    The Detroit Zoo is stepping up to celebrate International Polar Bear Day and draw attention to what people can do reduce their carbon footprint and environmental changes that threaten the Arctic bears.Polar Bears International first organized the special day for polar bears to bring attention to climate change and its effect on reducing sea ice that is a necessary feature of the bears' natural…
  2. New Park District plans, demolition timetable discussed, though contention remains

    Statenews.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 statenews.com
    A representative for the developer of the Park District project spoke to East Lansing City Council at Tuesday’s discussion-only meeting about the current timeline for demolition and the revised plans for the project, leaving council updated but still skeptical of the unfolding p…
  3. IN police: Victim recorded suspect in teen hiker murders

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 02.22 / 17:41 woodtv.com
    Authorities are hoping audio captured on the cellphone of a 14-year-old girl murdered near an Indiana trail will lead them to her…
  4. Former USA Gymnastics doctor faces 36 new charges

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 02.22 / 17:41 woodtv.com
    A former sports doctor at Michigan State University who specialized in treating gymnasts has been charged with sexual…
  5. Mild temps force organizers to ax winter events in GR, Portage

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 02.22 / 17:41 woodtv.com
    The winter warmup is taking its toll on a couple of West Michigan events slated for this…
  6. Photos: Corks, Pucks & Brews 2017

    Woodtv.com - Michigan 02.22 / 17:41 woodtv.com
    The 6th annual Corks, Pucks & Brews, a wine and craft beer tasting event that benefits Easterseals of West Michigan, was held on Feb.…
  7. Harmony Hall specials and brews for Beer Month GR

    Fox17online.com - Michigan 02.22 / 17:39 fox17online.com
    Beer Month GR is underway, which means everyone visiting Beer City USA can eat specialty dishes and brews to celebrate the love of beer. Now through March 15, over 50 restaurants and breweries are participating in Cool Brews. Hot Eats. during Beer Month GR. Harmony Hall stopped by to share the specials they’re having to celebrate the month long event. Specials for Beer Month include Flatbread Crackers served alongside housemade Giardiniera, lamb ham salami, and white cheddar for $…
  8. National Margarita Day with Cabaña Tres Amigos

    Fox17online.com - Michigan 02.22 / 17:39 fox17online.com
    It’s National Margarita Day, and what better way to celebrate than making our very own drinks? Ricky from Cabaña Tres Amigos showed the Morning Mix how to create three of their favorite margaritas. Top Shelf Margarita (Frozen or On the Rocks) Choice of Tequila Grand Marnier Cointreau Fresh lime Lemon Orange juice Agave Nectar Beer-Rita Tequila El Jimador Grand Marnier Cointreau Sprite Lime and lemon juice Coronita (on top) Sangre Del Diablo (Frozen or On the Rocks) Lemon and lime m…
  1. State Patrol Investigating Deadly Crash Near Big Lake

    Wjon.com - St. Cloud 02.22 / 17:44 wjon.com
    The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash in Sherburne County Wednesday morning. Continue…
  2. Man Gets 2 Years For Lying In Terror Case

    A Minnesota man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for lying to the FBI about his contact with a terror suspect linked to the Somali militant group…
  3. Police: Man fled St. Paul Park stop in truck, hid in cemetery

    Swcbulletin.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.swcbulletin.com
    SWC BulletinA St. Paul Park man who police say was found hiding in a cemetery after a high-speed pursuit and two-hour search is charged with a pair of felonies. Brandon…
  4. Ex-opioid addict: Doctors only want to prescribe 'pills, pills, pills, pills'

    Wctrib.com - Minnesota 02.22 / 17:39 www.wctrib.com
    West Central TribuneST. PAUL — Cindy Woldstad lived in pain, then became hooked on opioid painkillers. While being treated in Hibbing, doctors only wanted to give her "pills, pills, pills, pills," s…
  5. Seven arrested, meth found following high-speed chase

    Wctrib.com - Minnesota 02.22 / 17:39 www.wctrib.com
    West Central TribuneWILLMAR — After a 17-year-old boy led officers on a high-speed chase through Willmar Tuesday morning, he fled into a residence on the 1000 block of 39th Street Northwest i…
  6. Decadent slow cooker desserts to delight your palette

    Wctrib.com - Minnesota 02.22 / 17:39 www.wctrib.com
    FCCNNWhen it comes to dessert, the slow cooker might not be the first thing that comes to mind. The reality is that the versatile appliance is not only able…
  7. Kandiyohi Co. proposes new traffic option for wye corridor

    Wctrib.com - Minnesota 02.22 / 17:39 www.wctrib.com
    West Central TribuneWILLMAR — Daunted by the $7 million cost and uncertain funding for building an overpass at the south end of the Willmar railroad bypass, Kandiyohi County is eyeing a n…
  8. Minnesota Man Gets Two Year Sentence for Lying in Terror Case

    Wjon.com - Minnesota 02.22 / 17:39 wjon.com
    A Minnesota man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for lying to the FBI about his contact with a terror suspect linked to the Somali militant group al-Shabab. Continue…
  1. Suspect faces capitol murder charge in Toomsuba homicides

    Meridianstar.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.meridianstar.com
    Law enforcement arrested Karon Deshawn McVay for the murders of a Toomsuba family killed Monday night in an apparent domestic violence…
  2. Mardi Gras rolls into Meridian Saturday

    Meridianstar.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.meridianstar.com
    A taste of New Orleans comes to the Queen City when Meridian Mardi Gras rolls into town this…
  3. Dr. Seuss' Silly Birthday Celebration Saturday in Meridian

    Meridianstar.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.meridianstar.com
     Dr. Seuss' Silly Birthday Celebration will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Meridian Lauderdale County Public Library at  2517 7th Street, Meridian. Admission is free. This annual event is in conjunction with Read Across America, a…
  4. Arrest made in Toomsuba homicides

    Meridianstar.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.meridianstar.com
    Law enforcement made an arrest in the Toomsuba homicides late Tuesday…
  5. RIBBON CUTTING FOR EMMANUEL RIDGE

    Meridianstar.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.meridianstar.com
    The East Mississippi Business Development Corporation (EMBDC) held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Emmanuel Ridge of Meridian. The agency's goals are to provide senior adults and individuals with disabilities and serious health problems or impairments with an opportunity to…
  6. Love Is All You Need

    At the risk of sounding super corny, allow me to remind the readers of this: Love is all you need. Really. It's a statement we've heard all our lives no matter how old you are, where you come from, your background. We've all heard it. I used to think it was a cute little thing to say. Now, though, I realize that not only is love all we need—it's all we have. Take a good look around the world today. Many people present hate in the face of love daily. We spend a lot of time trying to c…
  7. Bryant taps Treadway to fill vacancy for DeSoto County judge

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 02.22 / 17:14 wjtv.com
    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Gov. Phil Bryant has appointed a new DeSoto County judge to fill a vacancy created by another of his recent a…
  8. Natural gas could cost less than coal for Kemper County plant

    Wjtv.com - Mississippi (MS) 02.22 / 17:14 wjtv.com
    Mississippi Power Co. says the power plant it's building in Kemper County will be cheaper to run on natural gas than on its planned fuel of…
  1. Appeals court orders new sentencing in Missouri fraud case

    Fox2now.com - St. Louis 02.22 / 17:43 fox2now.com
    ST. LOUIS (AP) _ A federal appeals court is ordering a re-sentencing for a southwest Missouri restaurateur in a $5.5-million bank fraud case, ruling he breached a plea deal in pressing for a lighter prison term. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday vacated Bruce Swisshelm’s January 2016 sentence of a year and a day in prison. Under a deal with prosecutors, Swisshelm pleaded guilty to bank fraud and money laundering. The owner of Springfield-area restaurants admitted…
  2. Missouri governor shuns state plane, flies at private costs

    Fox2now.com - St. Louis 02.22 / 17:43 fox2now.com
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) _ Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is shunning the state plane and instead relying on private donors and campaign funds to pay for his flights. Since taking office in January, the Republican governor has not flown on a state airplane. That’s a significant departure from his Democratic predecessor, Jay Nixon, who frequently used state airplanes. Greitens’ Chief of Staff Michael Roche says the governor is committed to spending as little of the taxpayers’…
  3. Central Illinois woman gets 3-year term for baby’s death

    Fox2now.com - St. Louis 02.22 / 17:43 fox2now.com
    BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (AP) _ A central Illinois judge has sentenced a 22-year-old woman to three years in prison in the 2014 death of her 11-week-old daughter. McLean County Judge Robert Freitag on Tuesday sentenced Elizabeth Potts, who was convicted in December of involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment. She previously was found at fault for leaving the baby in a car seat overnight while dressed in a snowsuit and covered with a blanket. Medical reports show baby Leah-Renee Crafton…
  4. Cardinals Fans Will Create Busch Stadium’s Newest Food Item

    Stlouis.cbslocal.com - St. Louis 02.22 / 17:43 stlouis.cbslocal.com
    The fan who submits the winning menu item, based on fan votes, will win four tickets to Opening…
  5. MLB Ends 4-Pitch Intentional Walks, Moves to Dugout Signal

    Stlouis.cbslocal.com - St. Louis 02.22 / 17:43 stlouis.cbslocal.com
    A signal will come from the dugout and the home plate umpire will then direct the batter to first…
  6. Columbia police release photos of suspect in failed Kilgore's robbery

    Police said the man entered the pharmacy last Monday armed with a handgun, but was unable to steal any…
  7. Your Health: Are you doing enough to prevent heart disease?

    Pvpost.com - Missouri (MO) 02.22 / 16:56 pvpost.com
    By Jason Bessey, DO With just a few days left in National Heart Health Month, I had to sneak in one more blog post about how to keep your ticker healthy. As I mentioned in last week’s very uplifting post, heart disease claims many thousands of lives every year. But the good news is: a […] The post Your Health: Are you doing enough to prevent heart disease? appeared first on Shawnee Mission Post - Neighborhood news and events for northeast Johnson C…
  8. Raucous crowd forces Iowa Senator to end townhall meeting early

    MAQUOKETA — It was billed as a veterans roundtable, but U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst heard about more than just problems with the VA on T…
  1. Remembering Karla Gray, Montana's First Female Supreme Court Chief Justice

    Mtpr.org - Montana 02.22 / 17:39 mtpr.org
    Flags across Montana flew at half-staff Tuesday in honor of Montana’s first female Supreme Court Chief Justice, Karla Gray. Gray died Sunday in Helena of cancer. She was 6…
  2. Tester announces new wilderness bill for Blackfoot-Clearwater

    Missoulian.com - Montana 02.22 / 17:39 missoulian.com
    SEELEY LAKE – Proposed legislation by U.S. Sen. Jon Tester would create new biking and snowmobiling play areas while expanding the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex by about 79,000 a…
  3. Twin Bridges sweeps 12C district basketball tournament

    Madisoniannews.com - Ennis 02.22 / 16:53 madisoniannews.com
    Both Falcons teams had the games they hoped for. With the 12C district championship titles on the line, the Falcons were hoping for the ultimate redemption, and the Lady Falcons wanted to continue their winning…
  4. 2017 Oscar Predictions: The ScreenCrush Staff Picks the Winners

    Klyq.com - Hamilton 02.22 / 16:48 klyq.com
    It’s that time of the year again where we must set aside our personal opinions and favorites to try and guess which movies the Academy will deem the most culturally significant. A lot had changed since our initial Oscar predictions last December. Manchester By the Sea is no longer a Best Picture frontrunner, a race dominated by La La Land with Moonlight shortly behind. The days of calling Natalie Portman a Best Actress shoe-in last fall feel like a distant dream, and Lion and Hacksaw Ridge …
  5. 12-Year-Old Leads Highway Patrol in Southern Montana Pursuit

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 02.22 / 16:40 flatheadbeacon.com
    BILLINGS – Authorities say a 12-year-old boy is in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase with a loaded gun in his vehicle in southern Montana. The Billings Gazette... more The post 12-Year-Old Leads Highway Patrol in Southern Montana Pursuit appeared first on Flathead B…
  6. GOP Members of Congress Meet with Protests at Town Halls

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 02.22 / 16:40 flatheadbeacon.com
    FAIRVIEW, Tenn. – Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn returned to her district Tuesday in Tennessee and was greeted by tough questions on topics from health care reform to President Donald Trump’s cabinet... more The post GOP Members of Congress Meet with Protests at Town Halls appeared first on Flathead Be…
  7. Colstrip Owner Pushes for Tax Break to Keep Plant Units Open

    Flatheadbeacon.com - Flathead Valley 02.22 / 16:40 flatheadbeacon.com
    HELENA – Talen Energy is pushing Montana lawmakers for a tax break worth millions to keep two units of the coal-fired Colstrip power plant open, with one Republican leader saying... more The post Colstrip Owner Pushes for Tax Break to Keep Plant Units Open appeared first on Flathead B…
  8. Beware of a scam representing school sports

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 02.22 / 14:22 ravallirepublic.com
    With basketball tournaments in full swing, local businesses need to be careful when the phone rings with someone asking for money to support their favorite…
  1. High School Students Invited to Apply for NAYI 2017

    Kneb.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:24 kneb.com
    The Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute (NAYI) brings together high school juniors and seniors from around the state to explore the ag industry, discover potential ag-related careers and strengthen their appreciation for agriculture. Applications for this year’s NAYI are now available from the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA). Current high school juniors and seniors interested in […
  2. 23 Club Baseball announces $1.4 million plan to renovate complex

    Kneb.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:24 kneb.com
    Leaders of 23 Club baseball have announced a $1.4 million fundraising drive designed to upgrade the Scottsbluff youth baseball complex. Geoff Nemnich is one of the 23 Club Board members and told KNEB News it is time the complex is brought up to modern standards. Nemnich said nothing has been done to the facility in…
  3. (AUDIO) Scottsbluff girls win, B6 District semifinals tonight

    Kneb.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:24 kneb.com
    The Scottsbluff girls basketball team is the two time defending B-6 District champion. A quest for a third straight crown got off to a good start last night as the Lady Bearcats knocked off McCook in Ogallala by the final of 66-56. Sally Welsh finished with a team high 20 points. Head Coach David Bollish…
  4. Students hurt in southwest Iowa school bus-pickup collision

    Hastingstribune.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:17 hastingstribune.com
    SIDNEY, Iowa (AP) — At least three students have been injured in a collision between a school bus and a pickup truck near the front of a school in southwest I…
  5. (Audio) Swedes Advance In Post Season With A 71-56 Win Over Cozad

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:17 1049maxcountry.com
    NORTH PLATTE - A strong effort from the Cozad Haymakers came up short as the top-seeded Gothenburg Swedes got a win to move on to the C1-11 Sub-district final against Hershey.  The Swedes beat Cozad 71-56. Cozad came out firing and took leads during the first quarter, eventually leading it 8-6. However, as he had in the first two match-ups with the Haymakers, Dawson Graham was locked in. He was 6-8 from outside the arch in the first half and scored 22 of his game leading 31 points in the …
  6. High School Students Invited to Apply for NAYI 2017

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:17 1049maxcountry.com
    The Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute (NAYI) brings together high school juniors and seniors from around the state to explore the ag industry, discover potential ag-related careers and strengthen their appreciation for agriculture. Applications for this year’s NAYI are now available from the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA). Current high school juniors and seniors interested in attending this summer’s program in Lincoln have until April 15th to apply. “Agriculture is Nebraska’s …
  7. Latest GPAC wrestler of the year carried by 'God's will'

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 02.22 / 17:17 1049maxcountry.com
    If you’ve kept up with Concordia wrestling for the past four years, then you likely know something about Ceron Francisco’s story. The soft spoken, but baritone-voiced Francisco went from inexperienced wrestler to surprise All-American in 2015 just a year after turning in a losing record as a freshman. As a refresher, the high school sophomore version of Francisco, who attended Douglas Byrd in Fayetteville, N.C., stood at 5-foot-4. He had never wrestled in his life. By the time former head c…
  8. Grapevine GOP Club To Meet

    Localnewsonly.com - Colleyville 02.22 / 16:51 localnewsonly.com
    Grapevine, Texas   February 22, 2017 Club to  meet on Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017 from 6:15 PM until 7:30 PM  with topics to include the following. *Legislative Update From Austin*   Trayce Bradford of Texas Eagle Forum and Dana Hodges of Concerned Women for America-Texas update us on what is happening in Austin, which bills [&…
  1. Nevada considers fracking ban

    Archive.rgj.com - Nevada (NV) 02.22 / 16:07 archive.rgj.com
    Controversial oil and gas drilling tactic already banned in New York and…
  2. "Nothing has changed" - response to Supreme Court Ruling

    Kolotv.com - Nevada (NV) 02.22 / 14:51 kolotv.com
    Thursday the US Supreme Court announced it was evenly divided over a plan by President Obama that would shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. The tie vote effectively kills Obama’s executive action aimed at keeping families with mixed immigration status t…
  3. BLM offers fire prevention tips

    Kolotv.com - Nevada (NV) 02.22 / 14:51 kolotv.com
    Since an estimated 90% of wildland fires are human-caused, the agency is reminding you to be safe when enjoying our open spaces this…
  4. iCan Bike Camp seeking volunteers

    Kolotv.com - Nevada (NV) 02.22 / 14:51 kolotv.com
    iCan Bike Camp helps kids and adults with developmental disabilities achieve a new level of independence. It's happening June 20-24th at the Reno Sparks Convention Center. For participants and volunteers, it's a life-changing…
  5. What to know about Reno's two city manager finalists

    Archive.rgj.com - Nevada (NV) 02.22 / 14:49 archive.rgj.com
    Sabra Smith Newby from Las Vegas and Mark Scott from San Bernardino will come back for final interviews next…
  6. California communities brace for flooding as dams overflow

    Lvrj.com - NV 02.22 / 11:23 lvrj.com
    Communities downstream from a Northern California reservoir gushing water for the first time in 20 years braced for flash floods and evacuations after authorities warned them to prepare for rising rivers and…
  7. Teaching Teens To Cope With Modern Challenges

    Mvprogress.com - Logandale 02.22 / 10:58 mvprogress.com
    Over 250 youth, plus their adult leaders, gathered early on Monday morning at the Clark County Fairgrounds in a youth conference aimed at helping them tackle the challenges faced in every day…
  8. Moapa Band To Host ‘Cannabis Cup’ Event

    Mvprogress.com - Logandale 02.22 / 10:58 mvprogress.com
    Some high times are coming soon to the area around Exit 75 of Interstate 15. The event grounds directly across from the Moapa Paiute Travel Plaza is hosting the huge Cannabis Cup Las Vegas event on March…
  1. Anger Rises Across The Country At GOP Congressional Town Halls

    Nhpr.org-NH 02.22 / 17:39 nhpr.org
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmQZnA_SSyQ Republican members of Congress aren't exactly getting a warm welcome in their home districts during this week's recess. Angry constituents have confronted legislators at town halls across the country, upset over everything from the GOP's plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Trump White House's travel ban, alleged Russian interference in the U.S. elections and more. New York Rep. Tom Reed, for example, faced these questions in a series of town…
  2. Are Race-Based Advisory Groups Just Political Symbols?

    Nhpr.org-NH 02.22 / 17:39 nhpr.org
    The day Donald Trump took office, six members of the presidential advisory commission for Asian American Pacific Islanders stepped down. Last week, another 10 resigned. They wrote in a scathing letter that Trump's immigration executive orders, slash of federal funds to sanctuary cities, bans on refugees and opposition to the Affordable Care Act, had "deleterious consequences" for Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders. "We object to your portrayal of immigrants, refugees, people of color…
  3. 10-Minute Writer's Workshop: Victoria (V.E.) Schwab

    Nhpr.org-NH 02.22 / 17:39 nhpr.org
    Victoria Schwab... V.E. Schwab... V... the author's name depends on her audience, which, like the dark worlds she builds, is a well-thought out design. Ms. Schwab, we'll say, burst onto the scene in 2011 with The Near Witch . A dozen books later, adult, young adult and middle grade readers have followed her into supernatural worlds, sinister scenarios and richly formed fantasy worlds. A self-described pagan, Victoria managed to survive a happy, independent childhood, with a morbid streak.…
  4. 2.22.17: A Series of Tubes, Leave Me Alone, and The Bookshelf

    Nhpr.org-NH 02.22 / 17:39 nhpr.org
    On today's show: A Series of Tubes with Rob Fleischman , our new series all about tech. Segment starts at 00:15. 'Tulsa's Slow Integration" from This Land Press and producer Abby Wendle . Listen again at prx.org . Leave Me Alone author Vera Brosgol . Segment starts at 14:46. The Bookshelf host Peter Biello talks to poet Ewa Chrusciel "Portrait of the Bully as a Young Man" from producer Jones Franzel. Listen again at prx.org…
  5. Court Blocks South Africa's Withdrawal From International Criminal Court

    Nhpr.org-NH 02.22 / 17:39 nhpr.org
    A South African court has ruled that the country's bid to withdraw from the International Criminal Court is "unconstitutional and invalid ," in a stark rebuke to the government of President Jacob Zuma. "South Africa's justice minister shocked the country last October when he announced it would pull out of the International Criminal Court," Peter Granitz reports for NPR from Pretoria. He notes that it was especially surprising because South Africa was a founding member of the court, which…
  6. The Farm at Eastman’s Corner: “Shop Local” Done Right

    Stayworkplay.org-NH 02.22 / 16:31 stayworkplay.org
    My friend first told me about The Farm at Eastman’s Corner while we were discussing the perks of honey. I was complaining about a sore throat and she suggested that I eat a teaspoon of local honey. Since I’m a noob when it comes to local honey, I asked her if she had any favorites. […] The post The Farm at Eastman’s Corner: “Shop Local” Done Right appeared first on Stay Work Play New…
  7. Meet Our 2016 “Civic Leader of the Year”

    Stayworkplay.org-NH 02.22 / 16:31 stayworkplay.org
    Arnold Mikolo How did you feel about hearing your name called as the recipient of “Civic Leader of the Year?” Quite honestly, I felt very emotional. I was not expecting to win. Not because I don’t have confidence in my work, but that there were two other great candidates doing great work in their communities. My […] The post Meet Our 2016 “Civic Leader of the Year” appeared first on Stay Work Play New Hamp…
  8. SpaceX Cargo Craft Fails To Dock With Space Station, Will Try Again

    Nhpr.org-NH 02.22 / 16:31 nhpr.org
    Early Wednesday morning, a space capsule carrying 5,500 pounds of cargo approached the International Space Station. The SpaceX Dragon cargo ship was scheduled to arrive at the station around 6 a.m. ET. If all went as planned, astronauts Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency and Shane Kimbrough of NASA would use a robotic arm on the station to reach out and grasp the ship, pulling it in and locking hatches with it. But that cosmic embrace was not to be. Around 3:25 a.m. ET, according…
  1. Four arrested in carjacking, attempted back robbery in Burlington City

    Trentonian.com-NJ 02.22 / 17:39 www.trentonian.com
    Burlington >> City police arrested four people in connection with a carjacking and an attempted robbery, police said. Police arrested Earnest Scott, 19, of Trenton; Keith Collozo, 25, of Burlington; Brianna Thomas, 23, of Camden; and Khadejah Randolph, 20, of Burlington, in connection with incidents that occurred on February 6 and 9 in Burlington…
  2. Trenton Police seek public's help locating missing 14-year-old girl

    Trentonian.com-NJ 02.22 / 17:39 www.trentonian.com
    TRENTON >> City Police are seeking the public's help in locating a missing Trenton teen. Police said that Kimberly Sandoval was reported missing from the 400 Block of Centre Street on Feb. 14. She is 14-years-old,four feet, eleven inches tall and weighs about 80 pounds, police said. She is further described as having dark brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a green jacket and blue…
  3. Early morning Middle Township fire destroys home

    MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — An early morning house fire erupted on Reeds Beach Road, destroying the h…
  4. Monmouth overwhelms Fairfield for 14th straight win

    App.com - New Jersey (NJ) 02.22 / 17:18 app.com
    Monmouth University blitzed Fairfield to win its 14th straight game on Tuesday…
  5. Hockey: Dinnocenzo leads Middletown North to Public B win over Wayne Hills

    App.com - New Jersey (NJ) 02.22 / 17:18 app.com
    Middletown North played host to Wayne Hills on Tuesday in the opening round of the NJSIAA Public B Tournament, and Lions senior John Dinnocenzo had a night to…
  6. Taking Advantage of the Bankruptcy Fresh Start: Avoiding Judicial Liens

    Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ) 02.22 / 17:15 njlawjournal.com
    There is a common misconception that a bankruptcy discharge automatically results in the removal of judgment liens. However, lien avoidance is not automatic; the debtor has the burden to file a lien avoidance action. Here's how to do…
  7. Bankruptcy Law

    Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ) 02.22 / 17:15 njlawjournal.com
    In the Law Journal’s Bankruptcy Law supplement, articles focus on avoiding judicial liens, debtor-in-possession lending, absolute assignment of leases, and other topics. Taking Advantage of the Bankruptcy Fresh Start: Avoiding Judicial Liens There is a common misconception that a bankruptcy discharge automatically results in the removal of judgment liens. However, lien avoidance is not automatic; the debtor h…
  8. Vote for NJ’s Best Irish Pubs

    Njmonthly.com - New Jersey (NJ) 02.22 / 17:15 njmonthly.com
    What's your favorite pub in New Jersey? Vote in our Best Irish Pubs poll, sponsored by Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey! The post Vote for NJ’s Best Irish Pubs appeared first on New Jersey…
  1. Nuclear reactors to power space exploration

    Lamonitor.com - Los Alamos 02.22 / 16:52 lamonitor.com
    BY DASARI V. RAO, PATRICK MCCLURE AND DAVID I. POSTON Los Alamos National…
  2. GOP Seeks Reduction In Health Law's 10 Essential Benefits

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 16:49 krwg.org
    As Republicans look at ways to replace or repair the Affordable Care Act, many suggest that shrinking the list of services that insurers are required to offer in individual and small group plans would reduce costs and increase flexibility. That option came to the forefront last week when Seema Verma, who is slated to run the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in the Trump administration, noted at her confirmation hearing that coverage for maternity services should be optional in…
  3. Heart Screening For Teens May Cause More Problems Than It Solves

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 16:49 krwg.org
    Dozens of not-for-profit organizations have formed in the past decade to promote free or low-cost heart screenings for teens. The groups often claim such tests save lives by finding abnormalities that might pose a risk of sudden cardiac death. But the efforts are raising concerns. There's no evidence that screening adolescents with electrocardiograms prevents deaths. Sudden cardiac death is rare in young people, and some physicians worry screening kids with no symptoms or family history of…
  4. Seijun Suzuki, Director Of Delirious Thrillers, Dies At Age 93

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 16:49 krwg.org
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccU416_mu7I Filmmaker Seijun Suzuki, whose blend of pop-art, noir crime and peculiar cool is credited with inspiring directors from John Woo and Quentin Tarantino to Jim Jarmusch, has died. These days, Suzuki's Branded to Kill is widely seen as a masterpiece; when he made the absurdist thriller in 1967, he was fired from Nikkatsu studios. That firing has become legendary in art-film circles, as the studio reportedly cited the "incomprehensibility" of Branded…
  5. A Student's Perspective On Mississippi: Beautiful, Engulfing And Sometimes Enraging

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 16:49 krwg.org
    Every day on his way to class, Terrence Johnson walks by a bronze statue and thinks about history. The statue depicts James Meredith, who in 1962 became the first African-American to enroll at the University of Mississippi. "He transcended so much," says Johnson, a junior. "The fact that he had the will to integrate a university like this in Mississippi that has such a rich and chaotic history ... that will always be with me." Johnson's a journalism major, with a minor in African-American…
  6. New Mexico Senate Panel To Hear Election Primaries Bill

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 15:25 krwg.org
    A New Mexico Senate committee is scheduled to debate a measure that would make it easier for independents to vote in primary elections. The Senate Rules Committee is slated Wednesday to hear a bill sponsored by Sen. John Sapien that would let voters not affiliated with any political party vote in primary elections by choosing to affiliate by requesting a ballot. Voters currently have to designate a party affiliation on the voter's certificate of registration. Under the Bernalillo…
  7. Clovis High School Gets New Football Coach After 39 Years

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 15:25 krwg.org
    An eastern New Mexico high school is getting a new football coach for the first time in a generation. The Eastern New Mexico News reports Clovis High School recently named Cal Fullerton as its new football coach. He replaces Eric Roanhaus who stepped down in December after 39 seasons. Roanhaus won more games than any other high school coach in New Mexico history and led his teams to 10 state championships. The 38-year-old Fullerton spent the last two seasons as co-offensive coordinator…
  8. GOP Seeks Reduction In Health Law's 10 Essential Benefits

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 02.22 / 15:24 kanw.com
    As Republicans look at ways to replace or repair the Affordable Care Act, many suggest that shrinking the list of services that insurers are required to offer in individual and small group plans would reduce costs and increase flexibility. That option came to the forefront last week when Seema Verma, who is slated to run the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in the Trump administration, noted at her confirmation hearing that coverage for maternity services should be optional in…
  1. Still A Mystery: No Sign Of White Plains Mom, Kids Who Went Missing In 1977

    Although it’s been decades, a mother living at the time in White Plains and her two children are still missing after she picked them up and drove off with them in Katonah in 1977.The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Bedford Town Police Department have kept an open i…
  2. Still A Mystery: No Sign Of Westchester Mom, Kids Who Went Missing In 1977

    Although it’s been decades, a mother living at the time in White Plains and her two children are still missing after she picked them up and drove off with them in Katonah in 1977.The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Bedford Town Police Department have kept an open i…
  3. Clayton trial: Jury gets the case

    Pressconnects.com - Binghamton 02.22 / 17:43 www.pressconnects.com
    The fate of accused murderer Thomas Clayton is now in the hands of a…
  4. Catholic Schools of Broome County names new president

    Pressconnects.com - Binghamton 02.22 / 17:43 www.pressconnects.com
    Dr. Elizabeth Carter will begin on July…
  5. John Lewis to deliver Bard College commencement address

    U.S. Representative John Lewis, D-Georgia,  will deliver Bard College’s class of 2017 commencement address, according to a statement from the co…
  6. Ithaca College president search

    Theithacajournal.com - Local 02.22 / 17:43 www.ithacajournal.com
    Shirley M. Collado was introduced as Ithaca College's ninth president on Wednesday…
  7. Carjack victim arrested for allegedly exaggerating story to make police respond faster

    Metro.us - Philadelphia 02.22 / 17:42 www.metro.us
    Detectives say the pizza deliveryman falsely claimed his 4-year-old nephew was in the stolen…
  8. Man stabs ex-girlfriend in head in Upper West Side building

    Nydailynews.com - New York 02.22 / 17:42 www.nydailynews.com
    Cops say the man stalked his ex to an Upper West Side apartment building, where he stabbed and slashed her with a kitchen…
  1. Man brought from MS to face 2013 child-rape charges from Raleigh and Cary police

    Newsobserver.com - Cary 02.22 / 17:44 www.newsobserver.com
    Henry Arnaldo Padilla-Amaya, wanted by Raleigh and Cary police on child-rape and other charges dating as far back as 2005, was returned to Wake County early Wednesday after being arrested … Click to Continue…
  2. ATF filled secret bank account with millions from shadowy cigarette sales, records show

    Working from an office suite behind a Burger King in southern Virginia, operatives used a web of shadowy cigarette sales to funnel tens of millions of dollars into a secret … Click to Continue…
  3. Official: Trump to revoke transgender bathroom guidance

    A government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity. The decision … Click to Continue…
  4. ‘Bullying’ messages prompt a university to ban all whiteboards on dorm doors

    Whiteboards are a common fixture of college life but come fall, they will no longer be found on dorm room doors at Michigan State University, the school said this week, … Click to Continue…
  5. Green Hope eliminates Knightdale boys, Clayton girls in 1st round of playoffs

    Green Hope’ s girls and boys opened the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A Basketball playoffs with first round wins in games where winning was a little more difficult than … Click to Continue »…
  6. Jay Z to Become 1st Rapper in Songwriters Hall of Fame

    Wccbcharlotte.com - Charlotte 02.22 / 17:32 wccbcharlotte.com
    Jay Z is set to become the first rapper ever inducted into the Songwriters Hall of…
  7. Pipeline Protesters Pray, Set Fires Ahead of Camp Closing

    Wccbcharlotte.com - Charlotte 02.22 / 17:32 wccbcharlotte.com
    The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures on Wednesday, hours ahead of a deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers to close the…
  8. Health Department To Address Why They Failed To Contact Women After Abnormal Test Results

    Wccbcharlotte.com - Charlotte 02.22 / 17:32 wccbcharlotte.com
    The Mecklenburg County Health Department is holding a news conference at 11:30am to discuss why dozens of women who had abnormal pap smear tests were not…
  1. Decadent slow cooker desserts to delight your palette

    Wday.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:18 wday.com
    FCCNNWhen it comes to dessert, the slow cooker might not be the first thing that comes to mind. The reality is that the versatile appliance is not only able…
  2. Port: Piepkorn defends his letter on economic incentives, calls Gehrig 'a disappointment'

    Wday.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:18 wday.com
    FCCNNThere is a hot debate over economic incentives happening down in the Legislature right now, but an even hotter debate has erupted among Fargo city leaders over who…
  3. ND National Guard costs near $9 million for Dakota Access Pipeline response

    Wday.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:18 wday.com
    FCCNNBISMARCK — Nearly $9 million in costs have been incurred by the North Dakota National Guard since it began providing assistance in response to protests related to the Dakota A…
  4. Hockey Olympian sisters tap Fighting Sioux logo designer for new apparel line

    Wday.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:18 wday.com
    FCCNNOlympian hockey-playing twins Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux are releasing branded apparel stamped with a new personal logo created by Bennett…
  5. Port: Piepkorn defends his letter on economic incentives, calls Gehrig 'a disappointment'

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:13 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNThere is a hot debate over economic incentives happening down in the Legislature right now, but an even hotter debate has erupted among Fargo city leaders over who…
  6. ND National Guard costs near $9 million for Dakota Access Pipeline response

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:13 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNBISMARCK — Nearly $9 million in costs have been incurred by the North Dakota National Guard since it began providing assistance in response to protests related to the Dakota A…
  7. Hockey Olympian sisters tap Fighting Sioux logo designer for new apparel line

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:13 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNOlympian hockey-playing twins Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux are releasing branded apparel stamped with a new personal logo created by Bennett…
  8. Stenehjem: 'Very likely' North Dakota will sue feds for cleanup costs

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 02.22 / 17:13 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNBISMARCK—North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said it's "very likely" the state will sue the federal government to recoup cleanup costs associated with the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp o…
  1. Boogie Cousins, Terrelle Pryor and Andre's Pre-Camp Physical — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackso

    Clevescene.com - Cleveland 02.22 / 17:46 clevescene.com
    Andre and Zac try to make sense of the DeMarcus Cousins trade, relate it to other situations, touch on what the Browns are battling in their negotiations with Terrelle Pryor and — as usual — bust out a healthy round of fat jokes. Subscribe to A to Z on iTunes here. …
  2. Ominous budget shortfall ahead for the city

    Cincinnati.com - Cincinnati 02.22 / 17:46 cincinnati.com
    The city is facing a $25.1 million shortfall in its upcoming budget -- the worst since the Great Recession, according to a new study from the University of Cincinnati's Economic …
  3. Coerain Twp. man admits killing his teen sisters

    Cincinnati.com - Cincinnati 02.22 / 17:46 cincinnati.com
    Matthew Hayden was 21 when he fired two dozen shots into a minivan, killing his teen sisters and severely wounding a third teen – an incident that remains u…
  4. Cuyahoga Falls Planning Commission agenda for Wednesday, Feb. 22

    On Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 5:30 p.m., a regularly scheduled meeting of the Cuyahoga Falls Planning Commission will take place in The Natatorium Conference Center, 2345 Fourth…
  5. Auburn man arrested on kidnapping, assault charges

    Wtvm.com - Columbus 02.22 / 17:43 www.wtvm.com
    An Auburn man has been arrested on kidnapping, assault, and reckless endangerment…
  6. Semana de celebración con Dr. Seuss en la Biblioteca de Grand Island

    Columbusnewsteam.com - Columbus 02.22 / 17:43 columbusnewsteam.com
    GRAND ISLAND, Neb.- Con motivo de la celebración del 113 aniversario del nacimiento del escritor Dr. Seuss la Biblioteca pública de Grand Island estará de fiesta toda una semana. Desde el 27 de febrero y hasta el 3 de Marzo se ofrecerán actividades, juegos, lectura de cuentos e historias, manualidades, y bocadillos. Todos los niños de todas las edades son bienvenidos, es completamente gratuito y no hay cupo limitado. "Tenemos información en español, así que el idioma no es pretexto para no …
  7. Tri County Public Schools Plans Kick-Off, For Garden Project

    Columbusnewsteam.com - Columbus 02.22 / 17:43 columbusnewsteam.com
    BEATRICE - Tri County Public Schools south of DeWitt is planning to build its' own garden, with the help of a one-thousand-dollar grant through the Nebraska Department of Education. The school that already boasts its' own greenhouse, is taking home-grown food a step further. document.createElement('audio'); http://media3.floodradio.com/columbus/2017/02/TC-Garden1.mp3 :16 "a garden" Tri County School Nurse Jane Neimeier says the garden will be next to the school greenhouse…
  8. Chick-fil-A offering new breakfast item in greater Cleveland

    News-herald.com-OH 02.22 / 17:40 www.news-herald.com
    Chick-fil-A is offering a new breakfast item as part of a limited-time test in greater Cleveland.The Hash Brown Scramble is made up of hash browns, scrambled eggs, a Monterey Jack cheddar cheese blend and the customer's choice of sliced pressure-cooked chicken or pork sausage, according to a news…
  1. Man pleads not guilty in local sex abuse case

    Krmg.com - Tulsa 02.22 / 17:43 www.krmg.com
    We told you back in August about a 38-year-old man accused of sexually abusing 11 different…
  2. Shooting suspect to be tried in juvenile court

    Newsok.com-OK 02.22 / 17:40 newsok.com
    BY JANE GLENN CANNON STAFF WRITER jcannon@oklahoman.comNORMAN — A 15-year-old boy arrested on a murder complaint last week acted in self-defense and will not be charged with first-degree murder, officials said. The teenager appeared in court Tuesday and was advised his case was being transferred to juvenile court and that he would face charges of possession of a firearm after a prior court adjudication and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The 15-year-old was arrested Feb.Read more on …
  3. Three people hurt in Piedmont school bus and pickup collision Wednesday

    Newsok.com-OK 02.22 / 17:40 newsok.com
    FROM STAFF REPORTSPIEDMONT — The driver of a pickup was flown to OU Medical Center in critical condition after a collision with a Piedmont Schools bus Wednesday that also injured two children. About 7:20 a.m.Read more on N…
  4. NASA to announce discovery from 'beyond our solar system'

    Kswo.com-OK 02.22 / 17:40 www.kswo.com
    The report indicates the new information will be pertinent to exoplanets, which are planets that orbit stars other than our…
  5. Oklahomans to unite and support the Nationwide Pro-Trump March at State Capitol

    Kswo.com-OK 02.22 / 17:40 www.kswo.com
    OK (KSWO)- March4Trump, a grassroots pro-Trump organization, announces a nationwide march to show support for President Donald Trump and peacefully unite all people in honor of America. “I was inspired to do something supportive to offset the wave of negativity and lies,” Vincent Haney, an Air Force Veteran and Founder of the March4Trump movement, said. Haney says he was inspired after seeing commentary from the Hollywood elite such as Ashley Judd and Madonna, violent…
  6. CU artist Katherine Liontas-Warren featured in two exhibits

    Kswo.com-OK 02.22 / 17:40 www.kswo.com
    LAWTON, OK (KSWO)- Katherine Liontas-Warren, a faculty member at Cameron University, will have art displayed in two upcoming exhibitions—the 36th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition and the Mark-Makers Art Exhibit. “Migrant Black Bird” was one of 130 chosen from almost 800 submitted works. The Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibit, presented by Bradley University Galleries, is the second-longest running juried print and drawing competition…
  7. UConn moves forward with plans for new athletic fields

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 02.22 / 16:56 muskogeephoenix.com
    STORRS, Conn. (AP) — The University of Connecticut's Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved spending $4.75 million to design its "Athletic District," which will include new stadiums for soccer, baseball and s…
  8. Pipeline protesters pray, set fires ahead of camp closing

    Muskogeephoenix.com - Muskogee 02.22 / 16:56 muskogeephoenix.com
    CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures on Wednesday, hours ahead of a deadline set by the Army Corps of E…
  1. Roughed UP

    Portland police arrest 13 in crackdown of “unpermitted” President’s Day protest by Doug Brown When Ted Wheeler ran for mayor, he pledged to “actively demilitarize the police force.” Instead, the almost two months since Wheeler took office have coincided with some of the strongest uses of police force in recent memory. That was driven home again Monday, February 20, when the Portland Police…
  2. A Busy, Bloody Thursday

    Portland saw the year’s first two officer-involved shootings last week, and a teenager is dead. by Doug Brown ROWS OF CANDLES were still burning, condolences were still being scribbled on a wall, and somber young people were still mourning Monday afternoon at a makeshift memorial for 17-year-old Quanice Hayes. “We all loved Quanice,” said one young woman, trying to make sense of what had led to a…
  3. Tribal fund aids firefighters in Powers

    Theworldlink.com-OR 02.22 / 17:40 theworldlink.com
    POWERS — Like a milk carton or a quarterback’s knees, firefighting gear comes with an expiration date. That means keeping current with safety standards can strain a small town’s budge…
  4. CCAT putting out call for artists

    Theworldlink.com-OR 02.22 / 17:40 theworldlink.com
    COOS COUNTY—The traditionally plain white Coos County Area Transit (CCAT) buses will soon be getting a makeover as the transit service looks for artists to help design the wrap for its new loop b…
  5. Advice from SAIF: walk like a penquin

    SAIF, the state accident insurance fund is advising people to take extra precautions when walking on snow and ice. Walk like a…
  6. Australian IFAs, Investment Managers and Platforms Market Research Report by Radiant Insights

    Market Research Report Industry Report analyzes the relationship that Australian financial advisors have with their product and platform providers based on our 2015 IFA Survey. Summary  Financial advisors are…
  7. Gears Market Production, Revenue, Price, Development Trend and Key Manufacturers Analysis 2017

    ReportsWeb ReportsWeb.com added “Global Gears Market Research Report 2017” to its vast collection of research Database. The report is spread across 128 pages and supported by 30 company leaders. The…
  8. Skip Bin company now servicing all parts of the Sutherland Shire & St George suburbs

    More trucks on the road servicing a wider area NSW, Austrailia – Dragon Trash, one of the leading waste disposal companies in New South Wales are delighted to announce…
  1. Sands Casino guards could make union history today

    Mcall.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.mcall.com
    Billionaire Sheldon Adelson's 20-year streak in keeping the world's largest casino empire union free is poised to come to an end today by security guards making $13 an hour in Bethlehem. After nearly six years of battling one of the world's wealthiest men, 160 security guards at Sands Casino…
  2. Pennsylvania budget: 5 hearings to watch

    Mcall.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 www.mcall.com
    The Pennsylvania House and Senate budget hearings continue through March. Gov. Tom Wolf has proposed a $32.3 billion spending plan, which would downsize state government, raise the hourly minimum wage and boost various business taxes. Here are a few key budget hearings to watch for: •1 p.m. W…
  3. It's National Margarita Day: Here's a poll, some fun facts and where to get one

    Lancasteronline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 lancasteronline.com
    It's National Margarita Day and whether you lick salt or sugar off the rim, it's a day to celebrate the tequila-based, fruity…
  4. Construction starts on Mariner East pipeline, which will cross Lancaster County

    Lancasteronline.com - Local 02.22 / 17:42 lancasteronline.com
    Preliminary work has begun in central and eastern Pennsylvania on a 350-mile pipeline that will pass through a small part of northern Lancaster…
  5. Powerball Jackpot Climbs over $400 Million Mark

    Wnep.com-PA 02.22 / 17:40 wnep.com
    SCRANTON — The stakes are high with more than $400 million dollars on the line in Wednesday night’s Powerball jackpot drawing. The jackpot is one of the largest ever, and many people can’t resist taking a shot at winning it all. The Powerball jackpot is now up to at least $403 million, making it the 10th largest in the game’s history. The largest Powerball jackpot hit $1.6 billion in January 2016. According to the folks who run Powerball, the odds…
  6. Murdered Indiana Teen Recorded Video of Suspect; Police Release Audio Clip

    Wnep.com-PA 02.22 / 17:40 wnep.com
    DELPHI, Ind. – Investigators have released an audio clip of the voice of a suspect in the deaths of two Indiana teenagers. Capt. Dave Bursten with Indiana State Police played the clip during a Wednesday news conference. He said it came from a video on the cell phone of victim Liberty German, who had the presence of mind to make the recording. Though difficult to understand, police said the voice is saying, “Down the hill.” Liberty, 14, and her friend, Abigail [&…
  7. Penn State Athletics: Coaches Caravan Back For Spring 2017

    Statecollege.com-PA 02.22 / 17:40 www.statecollege.com
    The Coaches Caravan is back. After a year hiatus James Franklin will head on the road for a seven stop tour of Pennsylvania. Franklin will be joined by Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour and other Penn State…
  8. Penn State Alum, Former Basketball Player Is Officially the New Chewbacca

    Statecollege.com-PA 02.22 / 17:40 www.statecollege.com
    Joonas Suotamo, a 2008 Penn State graduate and former Nittany Lion basketball player, will take over the role of Chewbacca in the upcoming Han Solo…
  1. Providence: Red Bull failed to pay taxes on Mini Cooper

    Wpri.com-RI 02.22 / 17:40 wpri.com
    The city claims the energy drink company owes more than…
  2. Long time coming: Raiders sew up Div. III-Central championship

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 02.22 / 17:27 valleybreeze.com
    PAWTUCKET – The Shea High girls’ basketball team celebrated its “Senior Night” in style last Wednesday, as all six seniors played mostly the whole game and helped the Raiders take a win over St. Patrick Academy, 54-13, a victory that clinched the Division III-Central championship. The regular-season title is the first for the Raiders since the 2004-05 season, when they went 14-2 to share the Division II-Central crown with Lincoln. The Raiders entered this week with that same record, thanks …
  3. 2nd Annual Quahog Week Kicks Off March 20th

    Thenewportbuzz.com - Newport 02.22 / 17:25 thenewportbuzz.com
    Quahog Week, which made its debut last year, returns March 20 – March 25, 2017. The week-long celebration highlights the importance of Rhode Island’s wild harvest shellfish to the state’s history, traditions, and economy. As part of the week, participating restaurants and markets will feature quahog-inspired menu items and deals, and Quahog Week partners will…
  4. Arming deputy sheriffs in RI courts under consideration

    Ww.abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 02.22 / 17:21 ww.abc6.com
    By: The Associated Press news@abc6.com PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Officials in the state judiciary are considering a change in policy that would allow deputy sheriffs to carry firearms in Rhode Island courtrooms in response to two recent shootings. The Providence Journal reports the issue is under review by state Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Suttell and other state court chiefs following a recent meeting with local law enforcement leaders. Then-Supreme Court Chief Justice Frank…
  5. ALCU in opposition of Narragansett house sharing ordinance

    Ww.abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 02.22 / 17:21 ww.abc6.com
    By: The Associated Press news@abc6.com PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The American Civil Liberties Union is opposing a Narragansett town law that bars more than four unrelated people from living in the same residence. The Providence Journal reports that ACLU attorney H. Jefferson Melish filed a request on Tuesday for the dismissal of charges against 12 people and businesses accused of violating the ordinance. Patrick Murray, a Realtor and town council member, says the cases were spurred by…
  6. News Minute: Here is the latest Rhode Island news from The Associated Press at 8:40 a.m. EST

    Abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 02.22 / 17:14 abc6.com
    A 7-month-old girl found unresponsive at a Warwick home has died and police say her father is facing charges. Emergency personnel responding to a 911 call from the infant's mother arrived at the home around 7:30…
  7. WPD Investigates Father for Felony Neglect in Infant Daughter’s Death

    Warwickpost.com - Warwick 02.22 / 16:36 warwickpost.com
    WARWICK, RI — Warwick Police are investigating the death of seven-month-old Willow Ramos Feb. 21 at 7:20 p.m. at 3 Airway Road and have charged the father, Ryan Beeley, 37, […] The post WPD Investigates Father for Felony Neglect in Infant Daughter’s Death appeared first on W…
  8. Pare: Providence won’t participate in ‘investigation or enforcement’ of immigration laws

    Wpri.com-RI 02.22 / 16:32 wpri.com
    Commissioner Pare said Providence won't join a program that trains local cops to work as immigration…
  1. Finishing the Job: Jay Deason

    Clemson.edu - Education & Family 02.22 / 17:46 clemson.edu
    In his 45 years, Jay Deason has attended three universities, pursued five different majors, worked as a bartender, served in the Navy, become a father and saved lives as a paramedic. Now he’s at Clemson, majoring in forest resources management. His major gives him the tools to help others solve the complex problems of conservation […
  2. Clemson architecture team develops a new way to build

    Clemson.edu - Education & Family 02.22 / 17:46 clemson.edu
    Clemson University’s School of Architecture has created an innovative new construction method that is gaining worldwide attention for its potential market impact in rapid, low-tech sustainable housing. “With a click of the button, someone could order a custom-cut, flat-packed home online and construct it by hand with the help of their friends and neighbors in a matter [R…
  3. A massive 2008 land use agreement reshaped Fort Mill. Now, it’s update time.

    Fortmilltimes.com-SC 02.22 / 17:40 www.fortmilltimes.com
    Fort Mill Town Council is working through a revised agreement impacting almost 2,800 acres in town, which could bring more commercial property and needed infrastructure improvements. Council discussed four items … Click to Continue…
  4. Darlington deputy on administrative leave after juvenile escapes from courthouse

    Wbtw.com - Myrtle Beach 02.22 / 17:19 wbtw.com
    A Darlington County Sheriff's Deputy is on administrative leave after a juvenile escaped police custody at the Darlington County Courthouse…
  5. Advocates oppose concealed carry reciprocity proposal

    Wbt.com - South Carolina (SC) 02.22 / 17:12 wbt.com
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Advocates in South Carolina are imploring the state's lawmakers to reject proposed legislation they say would dismantle the state's weapons permitting system. South Carolina members of Moms Demand Action are holding an advocacy day Wednesday at the Statehouse. They are opposed to new proposals that would allow concealed carry reciprocity with any other state in the country. Universal reciprocity has been previously debated without success. The post Advocates oppose…
  6. Bills aimed at curbing prescription painkiller abuse

    Wbt.com - South Carolina (SC) 02.22 / 17:12 wbt.com
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Republicans in the state House are filing 10 proposals aimed at curbing South Carolina's rampant prescription painkiller problem. The bills sponsored by four Republicans are being introduced Wednesday. One requires doctors to consult a statewide database of patients' medical histories before writing long-term prescriptions for OxyContin and other opioids. The post Bills aimed at curbing prescription painkiller abuse appeared first on News 1110 99.3…
  7. GOP Seeks Reduction In Health Law's 10 Essential Benefits

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 02.22 / 17:08 etvradio.org
    As Republicans look at ways to replace or repair the Affordable Care Act, many suggest that shrinking the list of services that insurers are required to offer in individual and small group plans would reduce costs and increase flexibility. That option came to the forefront last week when Seema Verma, who is slated to run the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in the Trump administration, noted at her confirmation hearing that coverage for maternity services should be optional in…
  8. SpaceX Cargo Craft Fails To Dock With Space Station, Will Try Again

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC) 02.22 / 17:08 etvradio.org
    Early Wednesday morning, a space capsule carrying 5,500 pounds of cargo approached the International Space Station. The SpaceX Dragon cargo ship was scheduled to arrive at the station around 6 a.m. ET. If all went as planned, astronauts Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency and Shane Kimbrough of NASA would use a robotic arm on the station to reach out and grasp the ship, pulling it in and locking hatches with it. But that cosmic embrace was not to be. Around 3:25 a.m. ET, according…
  1. Science bill falls flat in committee

    Ktwb.com-SD 02.22 / 16:32 ktwb.com
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) -  After two hours of debate, the House Education Committee today defeated a bill that supporters say would have allowed South Dakota teachers the opportunity to examine skepticisms surrounding scientific theories in class. One of the bill's sponsors, Representative Chip Campbell of Rapid City, says the bill would give teachers protection to challenge scientific information. Campbell says it allows instructors to teach strengths and weaknesses of…
  2. Press Release: Club for Growth to run ad urging Kristi Noem to oppose Border Adjustment Tax

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 16:03 dakotawarcollege.com
    The Club for Growth group announced today that starting today, they’re running a $150,000 ad buy urging Congresswoman Kristi Noem to oppose the Border Adjustment Tax being proposed in Congress: Club for Growth Launches TV Ad Urging Rep. Kristi Noem to Oppose Border Adjustment Tax “Congresswoman Noem’s constituents need to know if she will fight for them and oppose the BAT.” Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement about Continue Readin…
  3. South Dakota Bill Leaves Evolution Skepticism Up To Teachers

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 15:26 drgnews.com
    PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota legislators are weighing whether to let teachers decide how much skepticism to work into lessons on contentious scientific topics such as evolution and climate change. A House committee on Wednesday is set to consider the measure. It would give legal protection to teachers who want to discuss “in an objective scientific manner the strengths and weaknesses” of the subjects. South Dakota is one of…
  4. SD Lawmakers Advance Concealed Carry Bills to Both Chambers

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 15:26 drgnews.com
    PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Two nearly identical bills aiming to eliminate penalties for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in South Dakota are moving forward in both the House and Senate. The Senate bill cleared a panel hearing Tuesday 5-2 after its companion passed through a House committee last week. Lawmakers have to take up the two bills by Thursday, which is the deadline for proposals to advance through…
  5. South Dakota House Panel Votes to Table Abortion Measure

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 15:26 drgnews.com
    PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A House panel has tabled a bill that would have banned a type of second-trimester abortion in the state. The House Judiciary Committee voted 7-6 to shelve the bill, which had an amendment pending that would have changed it substantially. As introduced, the measure would have banned a procedure known medically as dilation and extraction, though the bill called it “dismemberment abortion.” It would have made…
  6. Officials Offer Services as Pipeline Camp Closes

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 15:26 drgnews.com
    BISMARK ND -    Authorities in North Dakota are offering assistance and services to Dakota Access pipeline protesters as they close a longstanding encampment near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. Up to 300 people remain at the camp, down from thousands at the protest’s peak. The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered the camp closed at 2 p.m. Wednesday, citing the dangers of impending spring floods. North Dakota state officials have &#…
  7. Field management study pinpoints fertilizer needs

    Tristateneighbor.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 14:42 tristateneighbor.com
    When it comes to applying fertilizer and dealing with crop residue, certain management practices can help producers save money on labor and…
  8. Fort Pierre Mayor Show Feb 22nd 2017

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 02.22 / 14:15 drgnews.com
    FORT PIERRE S.D. – Fort Pierre’s Mayor Gloria Hanson visited with KGFX Morning Show Host Scott Lane about the happenings in the town of Fort Pierre. Tune in to 1060 AM KGFX every Wednesday morning at 7:35am for the Fort Pierre Mayor report.         …
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  2. Clarksville mayor supports Haslam's public transit plan

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  3. City of Memphis to build “I AM A MAN” plaza near Clayborn Temple

    Wreg.com-TN 02.22 / 17:40 wreg.com
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    Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA – February 22, 2017 – KBF Design Gallery of Altamonte Springs has won “Best of Service” on Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and…
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  1. I Pee With LGBT

    Austinchronicle.com - Austin 02.22 / 17:46 austinchronicle.com
    Richard Linklater debuts ad denouncing the Texas bathroom…
  2. Judge Blocks Texas Attempt to Defund Planned Parenthood, Calls State's Case a Work of Fiction

    Sacurrent.com - San Antonio 02.22 / 17:43 www.sacurrent.com
    After months of back-and-forth in court, a federal judge has officially overruled Texas' plan to pull Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid plan. In his Tuesday decision, U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks called the state's arguments to block thousands of Texans from accessing affordable reproductive health care could be the building blocks of a "best-selling novel." "Yet, rather than a villain plotting to take over the world, the subject of this case is the State of Texas's…
  3. Deputies Searching For Owner Who Abandoned Injured Horse

    Cbslocal.com - Dallas 02.22 / 17:43 dfw.cbslocal.com
    A North Texas sheriff's office is asking for help from the public identifying and locating the owner/owners of an abandoned horse that was so severely injured that it had to be…
  4. Fort Worth Officer Traveled 1,300 Miles To Be Bone Marrow Donor To Boy In Italy

    Cbslocal.com - Dallas 02.22 / 17:43 dfw.cbslocal.com
    Fort Worth police recruit traveled over 1,000 miles to be a bone marrow donor to a 9-year-old boy in…
  5. Trump Administration to Lift Federal Transgender Bathroom Guidelines, Source Says

    Twcnews.com - Austin 02.22 / 17:43 www.twcnews.com
    A government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender…
  6. 'Get in the Way: The Journey of John Lewis' Hits the Big Screen

    Twcnews.com - Austin 02.22 / 17:43 www.twcnews.com
    A film 20 years in the making, ?Get in the Way: The Journey of John Lewis? is finally getting it's time on the big…
  7. Texas Monthly writer Gary Cartwright dies at 82

    Star-telegram.com - Arlington 02.22 / 17:43 www.star-telegram.com
    Gary Cartwright, the Texas Monthly writer known for his colorful life and lively writing, died in Austin at 82 after a fall, according to reports. Cartwright, who attended Arlington High … Click to Continue…
  8. Missouri man accused of trying to aid ISIS-inspired attack

    Cw39.com - Houston 02.22 / 17:42 cw39.com
    (CNN) — A 25-year-old Columbia, Missouri, man was charged with attempting to provide material support to people he thought were ISIS-inspired terrorists, according to the US Attorney’s Office. Robert Lorenzo Hester Jr. was actually speaking with undercover FBI agents who had invented a fake plan targeting Kansas City, according to a criminal complaint. Hester, a US citizen born in Missouri, said he was “down” with that plan, according to the complaint. “First…
  1. Henry B. Eyring to speak at UVU commencement

    Heraldextra.com-UT 02.22 / 17:41 www.heraldextra.com
    Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will speak at Utah Valley University’s commencement ceremony in May, the Orem university announced Wednesday m…
  2. Historical photos, stories of Pleasant Grove featured on social media

    Heraldextra.com-UT 02.22 / 17:41 www.heraldextra.com
    If you want to take a break from reading about how social media sites are stealing your information, debating political issues, watching cute puppy videos (I watch these), and reading about the latest multilevel marketing products, you can learn…
  3. New motor vehicle use maps available for Williams and Tusayan districts

    StgeorgeUT.com-UT 02.22 / 17:41 www.stgeorgeutah.com
    WILLIAMS, Ariz. —  New motor vehicle use maps are now available for the Williams and Tusayan ranger districts of the Kaibab National Forest. The maps, which show what roads are open to motor vehicle travel, are the result of years of monitoring public feedback following implementation of the Travel Management Rule on the forest. The maps, [&#…
  4. Man dies after semitruck rolls near Tremonton

    Ksl.com-UT 02.22 / 17:40 www.ksl.com
    One man died after the semitruck he was driving tipped over on I-84 near Tremonton Monday afternoon, police…
  5. 3 killed after pickup truck rolls on I-70 near Green River

    Ksl.com-UT 02.22 / 17:40 www.ksl.com
    Three people are dead after a rollover crash on I-70 Tuesday night, police…
  6. NSA denies spying on everyone in SLC during the 2002 Olympics

    Fox13now.com-UT 02.22 / 17:40 fox13now.com
    SALT LAKE CITY — The National Security Agency denies conducting mass surveillance on everyone in the Salt Lake City area during the 2002 Winter Olympics. In a new court filing, the NSA acknowledged that then-President George W. Bush had authorized a terrorism surveillance program that became known as the “President’s Surveillance Program.” However, the NSA rejected accusations that it conducted surveillance on people in Salt Lake City during the 2002 Olympics. &…
  7. Murdered Indiana teen recorded video of suspect; police release audio clip

    Fox13now.com-UT 02.22 / 17:40 fox13now.com
    DELPHI, Ind. – Investigators have released an audio clip of the voice of a suspect in the deaths of two Indiana teenagers. Capt. Dave Bursten with Indiana State Police played the clip during a Wednesday news conference. He said it came from a video on the cell phone of victim Liberty German, who had the presence of mind to make the recording. Though difficult to understand, police said the voice is saying, “Down the hill.” Liberty, 14, and her friend, Abigail [&…
  8. Mother shares heartbreaking post about 10-year-old son’s cancer battle

    Fox13now.com-UT 02.22 / 17:40 fox13now.com
    A Texas mother is sharing the heartbreak about her 10-year-old son’s fight with cancer. In September 2012, Drake Medinger was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, according to the Stinky Joe’s #1 Pit Crew Facebook page. Last week, his mother Jessica Medinger shared a picture of Drake leaning over the toilet. The picture was accompanied by the mother’s powerful words about her son’s struggle: This was this morning after carrying Drake to the bathroom. Yes, he…
  1. Auctions to Aid Parish School

    VTnews-guide.com-VT 02.22 / 17:40 vermontnews-guide.com
    The School of Sacred Heart Saint Francis de Sales will hold its Wintertastic Celebration and Live Auction on Saturday, March 4, at the Mount Anthony Country Club in Bennington. Previews begins at 6 p.m., and the auction begins at 7. The annual event raises funds to secure the future of the parish school. Committee members are promising a fun-filled evening.…
  2. Basketball/Hockey Standings

    Samessenger.com - Vermont (VT) 02.22 / 17:13 samessenger.com
      Through Wednesday morning as posted by Vermont Principals Association Boys Basketball: Division I | Division II | Division III | Division IV Girls Basketball: Division I | Division II | Division III Boys Hockey: Division I | Division II Girls Hockey: Division I | Division II BOYS BASKETBALL Division I 1 Champlain Valley 18-1-0 80 4.211 2 Rutland … Read more ▶…
  3. Learn how animals survive harsh Northern winters

    Mountaintimes.info -Killington 02.22 / 17:07 mountaintimes.info
    Tuesday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m.—RUTLAND—On Tuesday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m., Rutland County Audubon Society will present a talk by naturalist Sean Beckett on how America’s coldest creatures survive winter. The program will be held in the Fox Room at Rutland Free Library, 10 Court St.,... The post Learn how animals survive harsh Northern winters appeared first on The Mountain Times…
  4. Marissa McGowan sings “Broadway at the Movies” at Ludlow auditorium

    Mountaintimes.info -Killington 02.22 / 17:07 mountaintimes.info
    Saturday, Feb. 25, 7 p.m.—LUDLOW—Through special arrangements with the Weston Playhouse, Friends of Ludlow Auditorium (FOLA) will feature the talented songstress Marissa McGowan in a tribute to Hollywood music Saturday, Feb. 25, 7 p.m. at the Ludlow Town Hall Auditorium. McGowan will perform “Broadway at... The post Marissa McGowan sings “Broadway at the Movies” at Ludlow auditorium appeared first on The Mountain Times…
  5. Great Benson Fishing Derby invites anglers in search of biggest catch

    Mountaintimes.info -Killington 02.22 / 17:07 mountaintimes.info
    Feb. 25-26—CASTLETON—Serious anglers, mark your calendars for the annual 2017 Great Benson Fishing Derby taking place Saturday, Feb. 25 and Sunday, Feb. 26. Fishing can take place on all Vermont waters and Lake Champlain during legal fishing hours. Anglers should bring their catch (lake trout,... The post Great Benson Fishing Derby invites anglers in search of biggest catch appeared first on The Mountain Tim…
  6. Biologist to discuss backyards, butterflies and beyond

    Mountaintimes.info -Killington 02.22 / 17:07 mountaintimes.info
    Wednesday, March 1, 7 p.m.—CHESTER—Bryan Pfeiffer, biologist, field naturalist and writer, will present “Birds, Butterflies, Backyards and Beyond,” a fresh view of the wild, Wednesday, March 1, 7 p.m. at Newsbank Conference Center, 352 Main Street, Chester. With vivid images from nature and tales from... The post Biologist to discuss backyards, butterflies and beyond appeared first on The Mountain Times…
  7. Musicians from Marlboro perform at Chandler

    Mountaintimes.info -Killington 02.22 / 17:07 mountaintimes.info
    Saturday, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m.—RANDOLPH—Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph presents Musicians from Marlboro Saturday evening, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m. Young British composer Thomas Adès’s work for string quartet, “Arcadiana,” is the centerpiece of a memorable program that also features piano trios by Haydn... The post Musicians from Marlboro perform at Chandler appeared first on The Mountain Times…
  8. JAGFest Events at Norman Williams Public Library

    February 25th – events throughout the day and evening JAG Productions is pleased to announce JAGFest, an annual festival that showcases and celebrates new plays by emerging playwrights of color. Presented February 24 – 27 at various venues in Woodstock & Pomfret, VT, the weekend-long festival of play readings and lectures celebrates and explores diverse, […
  1. Crime Report: Rash of Vehicle Crime Returns to Falls Church

    Fcnp.com - Local 02.22 / 17:43 fcnp.com
    A rash of vehicle crime has popped up again in the City of Falls Church according to the latest crime report released this week. There are nine incidents of vehicle crime in the latest report including two stolen cars (one on Gundry, the other from Koons Ford), six car break-ins and another vehicle […] Read Crime Report: Rash of Vehicle Crime Returns to Falls Church on Falls Church News-Press On…
  2. FORECAST: Light rain today; more record warmth?

    Nbc12.com-VA 02.22 / 17:41 www.nbc12.com
    Get the latest forecast from the NBC12 First Alert Weather…
  3. Allergy season starts early due to unseasonably warm temperatures

    Nbc12.com-VA 02.22 / 17:41 www.nbc12.com
    If you are starting to feel your ears itch, eyes water or nose run, you are not alone. Allergy season has begun, and it’s due to unseasonably warm…
  4. Process underway for underground power lines in Matoaca

    Nbc12.com-VA 02.22 / 17:41 www.nbc12.com
    One Matoaca neighborhood will be one step closer to having utilities move…
  5. First-grade teacher inspires acts of kindness, honors first responders

    Nbc12.com-VA 02.22 / 17:41 www.nbc12.com
    A first-grade teacher is making a difference inside her classroom, and out, encouraging acts of kindness and paying it…
  6. Sunoco Gas Station robbed in Hampton

    Wvec.com-VA 02.22 / 17:41 www.wvec.com
    HAMPTON, Va. (WVEC) -- Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a Sunoco Gas Station Wednesday morning in…
  7. Bills addressing profiling, hate...

    Wvec.com-VA 02.22 / 17:41 www.wvec.com
    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Supporters of legislation to address discrimination by North Carolina law enforcement officers and give more powers for citizens to investigate police misconduct say the measures will promote justice, equality and safety for all if they're approved. Several House Democrats held a news conference Wednesday at the…
  8. Three trends to watch in the 2017 real estate market

    Augustafreepress.com-VA 02.22 / 17:40 augustafreepress.com
    Nobody has a crystal ball to know exactly what the future holds for the real estate market. Augusta Free Press - Shenandoah Valley News, Sports, Weather, Arts, Events,…
  1. Protest march on Congressman Newhouse's office

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 02.22 / 17:44 www.yakimaherald.com
    YAKIMA — The rights of immigrants, affordable healthcare and worker issues are the topics motivating a planned gathering and march Wednesday in Y…
  2. New tests confirms E. coli in milk on site at Toppenish dairy under raw milk recall

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 02.22 / 17:44 www.yakimaherald.com
    TOPPENISH, Wash. -- Recent inspections by the state Department of Agriculture at Pride & Joy Creamery in Toppenish turned up one sample that tested positive for E.…
  3. Details emerge in Tuesday night homicide

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 02.22 / 17:44 www.yakimaherald.com
    YAKIMA — As Yakima police continue looking into the city’s latest homicide, new details are emerging from the inv…
  4. Rep. Gina McCabe's 'Travis Alert' bill passes House committee

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 02.22 / 17:44 www.yakimaherald.com
    OLYMPIA, Wash. — A bill inspired by a Wapato boy that would require the state to develop a training program on dealing with people with disabilities for emergency responders has cleared another legislative h…
  5. BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS: Here’s who, when, where WSHS & SLHS teams play Saturday

    Westseattleblog.com - Seattle 02.22 / 17:43 westseattleblog.com
    Three local high-school teams are heading into the regional/state playoffs, and this morning we finally have the slate for the next games for all three. The final opponent to be filled in was for the West Seattle High School girls. Now we know they’ll play Edmonds-Woodway HS in regionals at noon Saturday (February 25th) at…
  6. Stephen Colbert lampoons Q13 report on kids’ secret emoji code

    Seattletimes.com-WA 02.22 / 17:40 seattletimes.com
    “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert says the segment tapped into one of his greatest worries as a parent, namely, “Am I worrying enoug…
  7. Up to 600 waterfowl die in western Idaho from avian cholera

    Seattletimes.com-WA 02.22 / 17:40 seattletimes.com
    PARMA, Idaho (AP) — An estimated 500 to 600 ducks and geese have died due to avian cholera in western Idaho. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game in a news release on Tuesday says the birds were found dead on private land near Parma on Feb. 9. Officials say tests on two Canada geese, […
  8. Principals to bar immigration agents from Chicago schools

    Seattletimes.com-WA 02.22 / 17:40 seattletimes.com
    CHICAGO — Chicago Public Schools has instructed its principals not to let federal immigration agents inside district buildings without a criminal warrant. Related Stories Trump lays out tougher approach to illegal immigration After Trump travel ban, immigrants seek to naturalize Seattle could sue feds over Trump executive order Millions targeted for possible deportation under Trump […
  1. The Only CNN Anchor Trump Likes Is Michael Smerconish

    Phillymag.com - Philadelphia 02.22 / 17:43 www.phillymag.com
    Donald Trump doesn’t like CNN. He frequently calls the network “fake news” and is obviously bothered by any reports the station does about the bumbling first month of his presidency. But, in Wednesday’s Politico media column, it notes there is one local host he likes: Philly’s own Michael Smerconish! As Newsmax CEO and longtime Trump… The post The Only CNN Anchor Trump Likes Is Michael Smerconish appeared first on Philadelphia Mag…
  2. Northwestern School District to Introduce Superintendent Candidates

    Erietvnews.com - Erie 02.22 / 17:43 www.erietvnews.com
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  3. Puppy Abandoned At Animal Shelter With 2 Broken Legs To Undergo Surgery

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  5. Work continues on clearing wrecked SEPTA rail cars in Upper Darby

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 02.22 / 17:43 6abc.com
    In the overnight hours and into Wednesday morning, SEPTA crews worked to move the train cars involved in Tuesday morning's chain-reaction collision at 69th Street Terminal in Upper…
  6. Woman shares warning after discovering shirt on windshield

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 02.22 / 17:43 6abc.com
    "It had to have been intentional the way it was put on there," Michigan woman Ashley Hardacre said after discovering a shirt on her windshield. She posted a warning for others who are alone in a dark parking…
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  1. Marshfield woman remains jailed in Georgia

    Postcrescent.com - Wisconsin (WI) 02.22 / 17:47 postcrescent.com
    Official: Woman waived her right to an initial appearance and will be in court…
  2. Ed Garvey, Wisconsin progressive and labor attorney, has died

    Postcrescent.com - Wisconsin (WI) 02.22 / 17:47 postcrescent.com
    Ed Garvey, a nationally known labor attorney who battled football owners, ran for public office and carried on a tradition as a proud  pushed progresand lost races for …
  3. Cattle, humans both help taint wells in Wisconsin's Kewaunee County

    Postcrescent.com - Wisconsin (WI) 02.22 / 17:47 postcrescent.com
    In a new study of groundwater, Wisconsin researchers found higher levels of well contamination from cattle during wet…
  4. Increasingly likely winter storm will hit area starting Friday

    Over the past week the National Weather Service has been predicting a potential winter storm in the region on Friday, Feb. 24, and the service says its confidence is growing that the storm could dump a half-foot of snow…
  5. Evers, Holtz Advance In Wisconsin Superintendent Race

    Tony Evers and Lowell Holtz will face off for Wisconsin's schools superintendent seat in the April 4 election. The two knocked out a third candidate, John Humphries, in Tuesday’s nonpartisan p…
  6. One thing Paul Ryan’s health care plan has in common with Obamacare

    Fox6now.com-WI 02.22 / 17:40 fox6now.com
    NEW YORK — House Speaker Paul Ryan says he has a solution for making health insurance more affordable: refundable tax credits. “We also think that a refundable tax credit is the smarter way to get people the ability to go buy insurance that they like, that they can afford. It`s better than the Obamacare subsidies,” he told PBS’ Charlie Rose last month. “A refundable tax credit means you get assistance regardless of your income tax liability to buy care.”…
  7. ‘Flip or Flop’ exes “look forward to continuing the show”

    Fox6now.com-WI 02.22 / 17:40 fox6now.com
    They may have split, but Christina El Moussa says her HGTV show with her estranged husband, Tarek will go on. The “Flip or Flop” co-host appeared on “Good Morning America” Tuesday. El Moussa said the former couple remains friendly, focused on co-parenting and their children, and committed to their home renovation series. “There’s a lot of false stories and a lot of hype, but in the end we’re just normal, nice people who just want to be the best…
  8. Ivanka Trump and daughter go to the Supreme Court

    Fox6now.com-WI 02.22 / 17:40 fox6now.com
    WASHINGTON — Ivanka Trump listened to oral arguments at the Supreme Court Wednesday, a court spokesperson confirmed. The first daughter was there as an invited guest as Justice Anthony Kennedy, whom she met at the inaugural lunch at the Capitol last month just after her father’s swearing-in ceremony. Supreme Court justices often host guests for arguments, and there is a gallery in the courtroom where visitors are able to observe the judicial branch in action. Trump was in a VIP…
  1. Casper Man Who Ran From Police Pleads Guilty in Meth Distribution Ring

    Mycountry955.com - Wyoming (WY) 02.22 / 17:00 mycountry955.com
    A confidential source told DCI agents that Jackson sold single-gram quantities of meth from June through August 2016. Continue…
  2. Cheyenne Woman Facing Meth Charges

    Mycountry955.com - Wyoming (WY) 02.22 / 17:00 mycountry955.com
    A Cheyenne woman is facing up to 27 years in prison after a sheriff's deputy executing arrest warrants found meth and over $2,700 cash in her purse. Continue…
  3. Casper Man Who Ran From Police Pleads Guilty in Meth Distribution Ring

    K2radio.com-WY 02.22 / 16:33 k2radio.com
    A confidential source told DCI agents that Jackson sold single-gram quantities of meth from June through August 2016. Continue…
  4. Governor Mead Allows Alcohol License Bill To Become Law

    K2radio.com-WY 02.22 / 16:33 k2radio.com
    Wyoming Governor Matt Mead will allow a bill clarifying requirements for obtaining an alcohol manufacturer's license to become law without his signature. In  Feb. 20 letter to Senate President Eli Bebout (R-Riverton), the governor noted that while he personally doesn't own a business which would be impacted by the bill, his brother does... Continue …
  5. Cheyenne Woman Facing Meth Charges

    Kowb1290.com - Wyoming (WY) 02.22 / 15:25 kowb1290.com
    A Cheyenne woman is facing up to 27 years in prison after a sheriff's deputy executing arrest warrants found meth and over $2,700 cash in her purse. Continue…
  6. Another day to remember

    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 02.22 / 11:01 register-herald.com
    RICHWOOD — Addie Jackson remembers her fear the most — fear of dying, of drowning in a swirling torrent of brown wat…
  7. Moody's downgrades West Virginia from Aa1 to Aa2

    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 02.22 / 09:50 register-herald.com
    CHARLESTON — Moody's Investors Services has downgraded West Virginia's general obligation debt rating, affecting about $393.6 million in outstanding d…
  8. Wrestling 101: "Dig deep, set goals." (Gallery)

    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 02.22 / 09:50 register-herald.com
    High school wrestling will take the spotlight this week as the state tournament gets under way in…