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  1. ADA Awards Education Recognition Certificate

    Scvnews.com - California (CA) 01.17 / 21:09 scvnews.com
    The prestigious American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate for a quality diabetes self-management education program was recently awarded to the USC Westside Center for Diabetes on Jan. 12,…
  2. Youth Sports Basketball Generated Food Pantry Donations

    Scvnews.com - California (CA) 01.17 / 21:08 scvnews.com
    On Monday, January 16, 2017, Youth Sports held the 1st Annual Youth Sports Basketball Skills Challenge. This event, free with a food donation for the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry, was open to youth participating in the 2017 Youth Winter Basketball…
  3. How Can People of Faith in Pierce County Assist the Homeless?

    Thesubtimes.com - Tacoma 01.17 / 21:08 thesubtimes.com
    Submitted by Associated Ministries What can members of our community do to address the growing challenge of homelessness? People of faith and goodwill are invited to attend one of two interactive learning sessions regarding homelessness in Pierce County on Jan. 19 or 24; participants will come away with a better understanding of this crisis and…
  4. Man Charged With Cocaine Trafficking in Whispering Pines

    Thepilot.com - Southern Pines 01.17 / 21:07 thepilot.com
    A Sanford man was arrested last week in connection with cocaine trafficking in Whispering…
  5. Local businesses, volunteers recognized at annual Chamber dinner

    It was a nice of accolades, nodes of appreciation and a reinforcement on working together to make a success of Hiawatha businesses at the Chamber and Visitor Bureau's Annual Meeting Monday night at…
  6. Kindness paid a visit to town

    Recordherald.com - Ohio (OH) 01.17 / 21:06 recordherald.com
    Mr. Editor: Kindness paid a visit to our town! On Sunday I was taken to dinner by my son and his wife. While waiting to be seated I was talking to a couple and their little girl, and casually commented that it was my birthday that we were celebrating. When we were seated it just…
  7. Maine Gov. LePage says NAACP should apologize to white people

    Q13fox.com - Washington (WA) 01.17 / 21:06 q13fox.com
    Hours after saying civil rights leader John Lewis should be grateful for what Republican presidents have done for black people, Maine Gov. Paul LePage says the NAACP should apologize to white people. The white GOP governor told the Portland Press Herald that “the blacks, the NAACP” paint all white people with one brush and that calling every white American a racist is an “insult.” Earlier Tuesday, LePage criticized Lewis over his comments that Republican Donald …
  8. Southold Town considers joining East End fishery study

    Officials from all five East End towns are being asked to contribute money toward a comprehensive socioeconomic study of the local... Read More The post Southold Town considers joining East End fishery study appeared first on Suffolk …
  1. Colbert man charged with domestic violence

    Timesdaily.com - Local 01.17 / 21:02 www.timesdaily.com
    FLORENCE — Police said a Colbert County man has been arrested in connection with a domestic violence incident that happened in D…
  2. Police arrest man in connection with shooting death of man reportedly protecting mother

    Wiat.com - Birmingham 01.17 / 20:56 wiat.com
    Joshua Cowans, 23, of Birmingham is charged in Capital Murder in the death of Rashiem Port, and is being held at the Jefferson County Jail…
  3. JeffCo DA-elect Todd Henderson: “I didn’t do it”

    Wiat.com - Birmingham 01.17 / 20:55 wiat.com
    Jefferson County District Attorney-elect Todd Henderson says "I didn't do it," after he was arrested on perjury charge just days before he…
  4. Autauga school buses ace exam

    Each school day in Autauga County, 153 buses roll out transporting about 5,400…
  5. Benefit held for recovering Saraland officer Jackie Tucker

    Fox10tv.com - Alabama (AL) 01.17 / 20:17 fox10tv.com
    The parking lot at Wintzell’s Oyster House in Saraland was completely full by mid-day Tuesday and a line was out the door as hundreds stopped by to show their support for Officer Jackie…
  6. Donald Trump's inauguration: Who is performing at presidential inauguration? Schedule of events

    Al.com-Huntsville 01.17 / 20:16 www.al.com
    Donald Trump's inauguration, according to the President-elect himself will be "very, very special" and "elegant." Finding performers for the event - especially big name headliners - has been a challenge,…
  7. Man who killed girlfriend, shot four of their children, pleads not guilty

    Al.com-Birmingham 01.17 / 19:47 www.al.com
    Sedrock Norris, 36, is charged with four counts of attempted murder and one charge of capital murder. He pleaded not guilty on all charges by reason of mental disease or…
  8. Chelsea council to discuss dismantling, removal of Weldon building

    280living.com - Alabama (AL) 01.17 / 18:50 280living.com
    The building is located at the corner of County roads 47 and 39 and once housed Weldon General Store, which opened in the early…
  1. January is National Radon Action Month

    Thecordovatimes.com - Alaska 01.17 / 20:23 thecordovatimes.com
    January is National Radon Action Month, when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency joins with state, tribal and local public health agencies to encourage all Americans to test their homes for radon. In an announcement on Jan. 4, the EPA notes that exposure to radon in indoor air is the second leading cause of lung cancer.…
  2. Addressing climate change is key to saving polar bears

    Thecordovatimes.com - Alaska 01.17 / 20:22 thecordovatimes.com
    A new federal plan for polar bear conservation management bluntly states the obvious:  their future is at risk without the collective willingness of humans to address factors contributing to climate change. The sea ice habitat they roam in the Arctic is shrinking due to Arctic warming and global action is necessary to improve their chances …
  3. Wind storm rips through 6.5 Mile community

    Thecordovatimes.com - Alaska 01.17 / 19:45 thecordovatimes.com
    A fierce, northwesterly wind storm wreaked havoc at the 6.5 Mile Copper River Highway community on Eyak River outside of Cordova on Jan. 6, as wind gusts to 95 mph toppled nearly 100 trees and damaged homes, outbuildings and motor vehicles on residents’ properties. A high wind warning issued by the National Weather Service was […
  4. Around Town for Tuesday, Jan. 17

    Juneauempire.com - Alaska 01.17 / 18:23 juneauempire.com
    Alaska Beer Week: Smoked Porter Preview, all day. Buy vintage Smoked Porter bottles, with six vintages available between 2005 and 2015 (limit one bottle per year per person for vintage brews). Valley Toastmasters meeting, 6:15 a.m., St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Parish Hall. A safe, fun environment to learn public speaking skills. Details: Jim, 789-3074. read m…
  5. 2 survive plane crash between villages in Southwest Alaska

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 01.17 / 17:20 ktva.com
    Two people in a small airplane survived a crash between southwest Alaska villages. Alaska State Troopers say a Coast Guard helicopter spotted the downed aircraft early Monday night. Investigators say the airplane left Dillingham on a flight to Port Heiden but landed in Pilot Point because of bad weather. The airplane took off again from […] The post 2 survive plane crash between villages in Southwest Alaska appeared first on KTVA…
  6. Update: Pilot, passenger on downed aircraft near Pilot Point evaced Monday night

    Kdlg.org - Dillingham 01.17 / 16:44 kdlg.org
    Update: Both pilot, passenger survived, successfully rescue by Coast Guard and transported for medical care Monday night. Update: U.S. Coast Guard helicopter located downed aircraft and is preparing pilot and passenger for medical transport. Original: Pilot, passenger believed alive but injured after Van Air chartered flight between Pilot Point, Port Heiden went down Monday afternoon. Passenger been able to communicate by cell phone. US Coast Guard enroute from…
  7. Ryne Olson wins Copper Basin 300

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK) 01.17 / 16:09 ktva.com
    If you follow trends, this was a no-brainer. In the past two years, Ryne Olson has taken third and second place at the Copper Basin 300 sled dog race. Like a blue chip, which grows slowly and consistently over time, this one found its highest point yet. Now you can call her a Copper Basin 300 champion. […] The post Ryne Olson wins Copper Basin 300 appeared first on KTVA 1…
  8. Aircraft Crashes Southwest of Pilot Point, Pilot, Passenger Survive

      The identities of two people who went down and survived the crash of an aircraft bound for Port Heiden on Monday afternoon have been reported as pilot and Van Air owner, Matt Vandeventer of Dillingham, and passenger, Gerda Kosbruk of Port Heiden. King Salmon-based Troopers were notified of the crash of a Van Air Piper …
  1. Janet Napolitano in hospital for cancer

    Abc15.com - Arizona 01.17 / 20:59 abc15.com
    The University of California says President Janet Napolitano, a former U.S. Homeland Security secretary, is undergoing treatment for cancer and is hospitalized with…
  2. Former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano in hospital for cancer treatment

    Kpho.com - Arizona 01.17 / 20:51 kpho.com
    The University of California says President Janet Napolitano, a former U.S. Homeland Security secretary, is undergoing treatment for cancer and is hospitalized with complications.…
  3. Inmate's death being investigated as suspected homicide

    Kpho.com - Arizona 01.17 / 20:14 kpho.com
    Criminal investigators with the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) are investigating the death of inmate Joseph Wozny, 31, as a suspected homicide. Wozny was found unresponsive on January 6 in his prison unit.…
  4. Video: Arizona congressman explains Trump inauguration boycott

    Kpho.com - Arizona 01.17 / 19:37 kpho.com
    Dozens of Democratic lawmakers are boycotting President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, particularly after revelations of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 election and his rebuke of civil rights icon John…
  5. Reid Park Zoo announces deaths of jaguar, gibbon

    Tucsonnewsnow.com - Arizona 01.17 / 19:08 tucsonnewsnow.com
    20-year-old jaguar, Nikita, had to be euthanized on Jan. 12 because of age-related health issues. Lily, an 18-year-old white-handed gibbon, died on Jan.…
  6. Snowpack Looking Good! (so far)

    Lakepowelllife.com - Arizona (AZ) 01.17 / 18:34 lakepowelllife.com
    This is the time of year when we look toward the mountains of Colorado in order to get an idea of what Lake Powell’s water level will be in t…
  7. Authorities kill rabid bobcat that attacked 4 in Sedona area

    Tucsonnewsnow.com - Arizona 01.17 / 18:31 tucsonnewsnow.com
    Authorities killed a rabid bobcat that injured a total of four people in two attacks late last week in the Sedona…
  8. 2017 Outlook: Land to get solar bump

    Azbigmedia.com - Arizona (AZ) 01.17 / 17:51 azbigmedia.com
    Solar developers see Arizona as a hotbed for future solar facilities as new technologies emerge and the solar race picks up in the desert. Arizona’s solar boom is creating a lot of interest from solar developers buying 200-plus acres to smaller investors purchasing 20- to 40-acre parcels. According to Multiple Listing Service data, the number… Read More → The post 2017 Outlook: Land to get solar bump appeared first on AZ Big Media…
  1. State Police nab wanted man after chase in Little Rock

    Arktimes.com - Arkansas 01.17 / 20:14 arktimes.com
    State Police arrested a fleeing driver, a wanted fugitive from North Carolina, after an interstate chase in Little Rock this morning. The State Police release: Robert E. Woodward, 46, of Gastonia, North Carolina was arrested this morning by Arkansas State Troopers following a pursuit across the southern edge of Little Rock along Interstate 30 and Interstate 440. Woodward is wanted in as many as five states on fifteen felony warrants. At approximately 9 AM a Dodge pick-up…
  2. Fayetteville police seek suspect accused of shooting at officer

    Fayetteville police are asking for help locating a man accused of shooting at an officer early…
  3. Fayetteville Police Release Identity Of Suspect Accused Of Firing At Officer

    5newsonline.com - Arkansas (AR) 01.17 / 18:18 5newsonline.com
    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Fayetteville police are searching for a man they are calling armed and dangerous after he fired shots at an officer early Tuesday morning (Jan. 17). Police are searching for Leroy Detetrice James, 36, who is described as a black male who is 5′ 9″ tall and weighs about 160 pounds, according to a department press release. He was last seen wearing a black zip-up coat and black pants. According to Sgt. Craig Stout, police responded to a disturbance …
  4. Wal-Mart Plans 10K New Retail Jobs, $6.8B in US Spending

    Arkansasbusiness.com - Arkansas (AR) 01.17 / 17:52 arkansasbusiness.com
    NEW YORK - Wal-Mart plans to add about 10,000 retail jobs in the U.S. as it opens new stores and expands existing locations. The world's biggest retailer said Tuesday that its plans will also generate about 24,000 construction jobs. The jobs will come from the opening of 59 new, expanded and relocated Wal-Mart and Sam's Club locations as well as e-commerce services that were previously announced. Wal-Mart is opening fewer stores this year, but still adding jobs as it offers more positions…
  5. Mother Of Four, Father Of Two Offer Competing Visions Of Maternity Leave For State Employees

    Ualrpublicradio.org - Arkansas (AR) 01.17 / 17:31 ualrpublicradio.org
    Listen to the story here. On Thursday state Sen. Missy Irvin of Mountain View filed a bill that’s a bit of a rejoinder to Little Rock Rep. Clarke Tucker’s maternity leave bill. Irvin is a Republican and Tucker’s a Democrat. Late last year Tucker filed House Bill 1046 that would give state employees six-weeks paid maternity leave or $500 a week, whichever is more. On Thursday Sen. Missy Irvin filed Senate Bill 125. It would also codify state employees’ rights to maternity leave, but not as a…
  6. ATU students participating in inauguration seminar in D.C

    Couriernews.com - Arkansas 01.17 / 16:34 couriernews.com
    Two Arkansas Tech University students are examining the transition of power from one presidential administration to another during a two-week academic program in Washington, D.C. Junior Savannah…
  7. School board OKs Excel Lighting contract

    Couriernews.com - Arkansas 01.17 / 16:33 couriernews.com
    The Hector School Board approved a contract with Excel Lighting to update lighting systems across the campus and agreed in principle to a transfer in ownership of Wildcat Lane in order to allow…
  8. Bank of the Ozarks Posts Record 4Q, Yearly Net Income

    Arkansasbusiness.com - Arkansas (AR) 01.17 / 16:01 arkansasbusiness.com
    Bank of the Ozarks Inc. on Tuesday announced record fourth quarter net income of $87.8 million, a 71 percent increase from quarterly net income of $51.5 million a year ago. The performance helped power the Little Rock bank holding company (Nasdaq: OZRK) to record earnings of $270 million during 2016, a 48 percent increase over 2015. The acquisitions of Community & Southern Holdings Inc. and C1 Financial Inc. in July 2016 contributed mightily to the fiscal growth, nearly doubling the size…
  1. ADA Awards Education Recognition Certificate

    Scvnews.com - California (CA) 01.17 / 21:09 scvnews.com
    The prestigious American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate for a quality diabetes self-management education program was recently awarded to the USC Westside Center for Diabetes on Jan. 12,…
  2. Youth Sports Basketball Generated Food Pantry Donations

    Scvnews.com - California (CA) 01.17 / 21:08 scvnews.com
    On Monday, January 16, 2017, Youth Sports held the 1st Annual Youth Sports Basketball Skills Challenge. This event, free with a food donation for the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry, was open to youth participating in the 2017 Youth Winter Basketball…
  3. Comment on “How Do I Explain to My Grandchildren that a Dis-Honest Man Is About to Take Over the Country?” by Candy

    Obrag.org - San Diego 01.17 / 21:06 obrag.org
    Judi, thanks for writing this article. It is truly sad & scary. My new mantra is Make America Kind Again. May God bless & protect all of…
  4. “Audacity: How Barack Obama Defied His Critics and Transformed America ”

    Postnewsgroup.com - California (CA) 01.17 / 21:05 postnewsgroup.com
    By Terri Schlichenmeyer, The Bookworm Sez   If you can’t say something nice…   Sometimes, it’s hard to say nothing at all. There are times when you need to speak out, to confront, share your opinion, rant, or vent. And then there are times, as in the new book “Audacity” by Jonathan Chait, where you must praise. For perhaps the last few months of Barack Obama’s presidency, media outlets have [...] The post “Audacity: How Barack Obama Defied His Critics and Transformed America ” ap…
  5. Comment on OB Library Friends to Meet in the New Library Annex – They Need You and You Need Them by Scott

    Obrag.org - San Diego 01.17 / 21:04 obrag.org
    Thanks for all the hard work Friends of the Library. If you are interested in getting more people involved I'd suggest holding a meeting sometime that is not during the workday, more of us interested working folks would love to join the group bu a 2:00 meeting is hard to make…
  6. Congressman Vargas Joins Other CA Democrats; Skipping Trump Inauguration

    Timesofsandiego.com - San Diego 01.17 / 21:03 timesofsandiego.com
    Rep. Juan Vargas, D-San Diego, announced Tuesday that he will join at least 15 other Democratic members of California’s congressional delegation in skipping President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday. “I will not be attending the inauguration. Instead, I will be praying for our country and for our community with the people of my district,” Vargas…
  7. Honig will chair NVV for 2017

    On Friday, outgoing chair Emma Swain, CEO of St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery, passed the ceremonial gavel – an antique wine barrel bung hammer – to Michael Honig at the Napa Valley Vintners’ annual membership meeting attended by more&#…
  8. Unclaimed Funds

    Ecoronado.com - California (CA) 01.17 / 21:00 ecoronado.com
    The City of Coronado is required by state law to advertise the holding of unclaimed funds belonging to individuals and organizations that have done business with or received services from the City. A list of these unclaimed funds will be posted in the local newspapers for two consecutive weeks. If no one claims the funds […] The post Unclaimed Funds appeared first on Coronado…
  1. Man who died in Colorado Springs duplex fire identified

    Fox21news.com - Colorado 01.17 / 20:59 fox21news.com
    The man has been identified as 32-year-old Giovanni Ameneiro of Colorado…
  2. Recreation Press Release: Recreation Department's February Event Calendar

    Fcgov.com - Fort Collins 01.17 / 20:18 www.fcgov.com
    The City of Fort Collins Recreation Department is your community resource for staying active and connected in the Fort Collins community. Recreation offers programs and activities for all abilities. In addition to traditional programming, Recreation will host a number of unique …
  3. Judge lets federal flaring rules take effect during lawsuit

    Aurorasentinel.com - Colorado 01.17 / 20:14 aurorasentinel.com
    Environmentalists praised the decision while the Western Energy Alliance says it's confident the states and industry will prevail in court The post Judge lets federal flaring rules take effect during lawsuit appeared first on Aurora…
  4. Downtown Fort Collins Safeway to close

    Coloradoan.com - Fort Collins 01.17 / 20:03 coloradoan.com
    Albertsons Companies is also re-branding three of its Northern Colorado stores to label them as Safeway…
  5. 2016 Real Estate Market Year end review

    Eptrail.com - Colorado (CO) 01.17 / 20:00 eptrail.com
    It’s the New Year, the holidays are over and it’s time to evaluate our personal and professional goals for the New Yea…
  6. The Cheesecake Factory’s “SkinnyLicious” Menu

    Kdvr.com - Colorado 01.17 / 19:37 kdvr.com
    With more than 250 items, The Cheesecake Factory is known for its extensive menu. But if you hate to skip out on dessert, then balance your calories with their “SkinnyLicious” menu options!  GM Chris Larson and Exec. Kitchen Mgr. Rainer Vetter, from the Littleton location, shared the recipe of their Super Delish SkinnyLicious White Chicken Chili!  RECIPE: SkinnyLicious® White Chicken Chili   Ingredients 1/4 cup Canola Oil 2 lbs. Chicken Breasts, cut into 3/4″ pieces 1-1/2 …
  7. NOTICE OF CROSSROADS MINISTRY OF ESTES PARK ANNUAL MEETING

    Eptrail.com - Colorado (CO) 01.17 / 19:23 eptrail.com
    The Annual Meeting of Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park, Inc., is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, at YMCA of the Ro…
  8. NexusTek signs 16,000-sf lease in Greenwood Village

    Crej.com - Real Estate 01.17 / 19:14 crej.com
    The post NexusTek signs 16,000-sf lease in Greenwood Village appeared first on Colorado Real Estate…
  1. Police investigate prostitution at North Haven spa

    Wtnh.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 20:59 wtnh.com
    JUST IN // Police executed a search and seizure warrant at a North Haven spa Tuesday, after a prostitution…
  2. Southington police looking for teens who left group home

    Newbritainherald.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 20:59 newbritainherald.com
    SOUTHINGTON — Police are looking for two teens who ran away from a state Department of Children and Families group h…
  3. Curtain Call: New company shines with Almost, Maine

    Thebridgeportnews.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 20:51 thebridgeportnews.com
    Entering any theater for a production is always exciting. One never knows what will…
  4. Bobcat attacks 3 women at Connecticut group home greenhouse

    Nhregister.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 20:51 nhregister.com
    COLCHESTER >> Three women are being treated Tuesday after a bobcat jumped on one woman and scratched two others trying to stop the animal's attack, officials said.State Department of Energy and Environmental Protection staff, which located the bobcat, shot and killed the animal following the incident, officials…
  5. Tommy needs a home

    Fairfield-sun.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 20:22 fairfield-sun.com
    Tommy is an adorable gray male neutered domestic short-haired cat, about 3-years young. He may be slightly shy at first, but soon comes around. The post Tommy needs a home appeared first on Fairfield…
  6. Paul Janensch: Megyn Kelly takes a gamble moving to NBC

    Ctpost.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 20:14 ctpost.com
    At NBC, she will host a daytime program Monday through Friday and a prime-time news magazine on Sunday. Both of them clashed with her over her rough treatment of Donald Trump when she moderated the first Republican presidential debate. In her new best seller, “Settle for More,” Kelly says women and men should have equal work opportunities. Replacing Kelly is conservative pundit Tucker Carlson, who has enjoyed respectable ratings in the Fox 7 p.m. slot. After practicing corporate law, sh…
  7. Connecticut authorities respond to reported bobcat attack

    Nhregister.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 19:38 nhregister.com
    COLCHESTER >> Local and state authorities are investigating after someone was reportedly attacked by a bobcat Tuesday in town.The attack was reported at about 11:44 a.m., state police spokeswoman Trooper First Class Kelly Grant said.Connecticut State Police Troop K officers were at the scene and the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection was on the way, according to…
  8. For the 3rd year in a row, the most annoying type of airline passenger is…

    Foxct.com - Connecticut 01.17 / 19:37 foxct.com
    Are they nervous, or bored, or completely oblivious? There’s no one-size-fits-all diagnosis for the airplane seat kicker, but they’re universally annoying. For the third year in a row, rear seat kickers have earned the dubious distinction of being the No. 1 most offensive type of airline passenger. They beat out inattentive parents, aromatic passengers, seat recliners and more in the fourth annual Expedia Airplane Etiquette Study, released Tuesday. Drawn from feedback from…
  1. Mike Wallace Ready For Larger Leadership Role After Steve Smith's Retirement

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 01.17 / 20:37 wgmd.com
    Mike Wallace had some unfinished business when the Ravens signed him last March. He was coming off the worst season of his career, and had heard all of the questions about whether his best days were behind him. He made it clear from the outset of his Ravens career that he wanted to prove he…
  2. ASU adds former Missouri coordinator Henson to coaching staff

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 01.17 / 19:25 wgmd.com
    TEMPE, Ariz. — Josh Henson, a former offensive coordinator at Missouri and recruiting coordinator at LSU, has joined Todd Graham’s staff at Arizona State as assistant head coach/offensive line coach and run game coordinator. Henson has more than 15 years of college coaching experience and comes to ASU after spending the 2016 season as offensive…
  3. AP FACT CHECK: Palin not blaming attack on 'Mexican Muslims'

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 01.17 / 19:23 wgmd.com
    FILE – In a Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016 file photo, Sarah Palin, political commentator and former governor of Alaska, walks on the sideline before an NFL football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams, in Seattle. A story posted by Newslo on Jan. 6, 2017, claiming Palin blamed recent fatal shooting at…
  4. Brewers News: Milwaukee In Talks With RP Feliz

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 01.17 / 18:10 wgmd.com
    The Brewers are in talks with reliever Neftali Feliz, according to a source on Saturday. Milwaukee has a need for late-inning relief currently and the veteran right-hander could be the answer. General manager David Stearns declined to comment on the progress of the talks between the Brewers and Feliz. MLB Network’s John Heyman reported that…
  5. Could Trump make Slovenian cuisine popular?

    Delawareonline.com - Wilmington - 01.17 / 17:57 delawareonline.com
    Slovenia is a lot like Delaware. No one seems to know where it is or much about…
  6. New Middletown YMCA has hearts pumping, wallets opening

    Delawareonline.com - Wilmington - 01.17 / 17:56 delawareonline.com
    One of the missions of the YMCA of Delaware is to go where the people are. The Y opened its 6,400-square foot facility Jan.…
  7. Washington Redskins Sign Cornerback Tharold Simon To Futures Contract

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 01.17 / 16:56 wgmd.com
    The Washington Redskins continued to add to their roster with futures deals. They signed for Seahawks and Cardinal Tharold Simon to their roster for next season. With so much news swirling around about the Washington Redskins defensive coordinator opening, and under-the-radar move occurred on Monday. The Redskins added another cornerback to their roster on a…
  8. The Latest: Indictment unsealed on nightclub gunman's wife

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 01.17 / 15:42 wgmd.com
    WASHINGTON –  The Latest on the arrest of the widow of the Orlando nightclub shooter (all times local): 9:58 a.m. Federal prosecutors have unsealed a two-count indictment against the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter. The document says Noor Salman, between April and June of last year, “did knowingly aid and abet” her husband’s attempt…
  1. Women Around the Nation Prepare to March on Washington

    Wtxl.com - Florida 01.17 / 21:00 wtxl.com
    With inauguration day only three days away, many women are focused on the next day when hundreds of thousands are expected to march on…
  2. Trial for Woman Accused of Killing Local School Bus Driver in DUI Crash Begins

    Wtxl.com - Florida 01.17 / 21:00 wtxl.com
    The trial is underway for the woman accused of killing a school bus driver in a drunk driving…
  3. Senate Panel to Take Up 'Stand Your Ground' Bill

    Wtxl.com - Florida 01.17 / 20:59 wtxl.com
    The Senate Judiciary Committee next week is expected to take up a proposal that would shift the legal burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases --- but the panel is not slated to consider a controversial measure…
  4. District on the brink: Jefferson County Schools offered last-ditch options

    Tallahassee.com - Local 01.17 / 20:54 www.tallahassee.com
    SayiCiting Jefferson County’s having “absolutely no history of turnaround success, at all,” Stewart told new superintendent Marianne Arbulu the district must come to the board’s Feb. &…
  5. Putting the brakes on dangerous MLK holiday rides: 'Short of building a wall, they're gonna drive'

    Sun-sentinel.com - Florida 01.17 / 20:51 sun-sentinel.com
    Despite law enforcement efforts to prevent the third annual Wheels Up, Guns Down ride during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, drivers of ATVs and dirt bikes that are illegal for street use rode them around South Florida roads anyway. And that determination proved fatal for some. A dirt…
  6. Uncle says Pulse Orlando shooter's widow is innocent

    News965.com - Florida (FL) 01.17 / 20:34 news965.com
    A family member said the widow of the Orlando nightclub shooter is a victim herself and innocent of charges of helping her husband in the months leading to the June…
  7. Comedians take over Barley and Vine to roast Trump during inauguration

    Orlandoweekly.com - Orlando 01.17 / 20:18 www.orlandoweekly.com
    On January 20, comedians from all over the country will attempt to soften the blow of 2016's election results with an appropriately named event called What A Joke. Presented by the Orlando Indie Comedy Festival, which also starts this weekend, What a Joke will feature over a dozen comedians taking a stab at the Orange One while his inauguration streams…
  8. Hillsborough State Attorney dropping charges against volunteers arrested for feeding homeless in downtown Tampa park

    Colleges.tampabay.com - Florida (FL) 01.17 / 20:02 colleges.tampabay.com
    TAMPA — Prosecutors will not pursue criminal charges against seven people arrested for refusing to stop feeding the homeless in Lykes Gaslight Square…
  1. Pickens County Family Connection January Newsletter

    Fetchyournews.com - Pickens County 01.17 / 21:05 fetchyournews.com
    SHARING YOUR NEWS APPALACHIAN CHILDREN’S CENTER will be holding A Parenting Class Saturday, February 4, 2017, Free of charge, One day only, from 9:00am to 4:00pm for parents wanting to learn new parenting skills. This will count for parents who are court ordered to complete a parenting class. All participants will receive a completion certificate […
  2. Gwinnett commissioner won't resign after "racist" Facebook comments

    Fox5atlanta.com - Georgia (GA) 01.17 / 20:49 fox5atlanta.com
    A Gwinnett County commissioner who was criticized for making "racist" comments on Facebook about Georgia congressman John Lewis says he won't resign from his position. Supporters of @repjohnlewis now addressing Gwinnett Bd of Commissioners--calling for Tommy Hunter's resignation. @FOX5Atlanta pic.twitter.com/xNdTaOIbQW-- Portia Bruner (@PortiaFOX5) January 17, 2017 Tommy Hunter, who serves on the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, called John Lewis a "racist pig" in a post on…
  3. Miracle pup recovering after being thrown from car on I-85

    Wrbl.com - Georgia (GA) 01.17 / 20:47 wrbl.com
    “Alyce” the puppy is recovering after being thrown from a moving car on I-85 in Spartanburg Co…
  4. Governor Deal highlights raises, schools as budget hearings begin

    Wrbl.com - Georgia (GA) 01.17 / 20:46 wrbl.com
    Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal wants state lawmakers to include funding for a new program focused on training teachers to help students learn to…
  5. Twelve student artists’ work being featured in 2017 DeKalb Watershed Management Calendar

    DeKalb County, GA, January 17, 2017 – The Post Reports – During the January 10, 2017, DeKalb County Board of Commissioners meeting, CEO Michael Thurmond and Commissioners honored twelve DeKalb County elementary school students for their artistic masterpieces as part of the DeKalb Department of Watershed Management 2017 Art Calendar Contest. All DeKalb County elementary schools, public and private, [……
  6. Remembering Mr. Joe Van Barnes, Mr. Wayne Bishop, Mr. Bobby Harold Ely, Charles Edward Flowers, Peggy Sue Millican,

    Johndruckenmiller.com - Georgia (GA) 01.17 / 18:53 johndruckenmiller.com
    Mr. Joe Van Barnes, age 82, of Silver Creek, GA, passed away Monday, January 16, 2017, in a local hospital. Mr. Barnes was born in Gadsden, Alabama on June 21, 1934, son of the late Clarence Hillyer “C.H.” Barnes and the late Lola Weaver Barnes.  He was a veteran of the U. S. Army serving …
  7. MPD investigating Monday night shootings

    Unionrecorder.com - Milledgeville 01.17 / 18:51 unionrecorder.com
    Milledgeville Police Department detectives are investigating two Monday night shootings that officials have determined are…
  8. LHS student named to advisory board

    VALDOSTA – The Georgia Scholastic Press Association has chosen Lowndes High School Senior Spencer Pipkin to serve on its first student advisory b…
  1. Pacific News Minute: Philippine President Duterte Threatens Martial Law In Drug War

    Hpr2.org - Hawaii 01.17 / 20:23 hpr2.org
    Last month, we reported on the seizure of 1300 pounds of methamphetamine in suburban Manila. Over the weekend, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he would have shot the six men arrested in the raid, and declared himself ready to declare martial law if the war on drugs gets out of control. More from Neal Conan in today’s Pacific News M…
  2. Road remains closed as fire crews douse hot spots after Pahoa fire

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 01.17 / 19:38 staradvertiser.com
    A part of Pahoa Village Road on the Big Island remains closed this morning as crews remove hazardous parts of buildings including a historic theater and restaurant that were gutted by a massive fire on…
  3. Putin says he doesn’t believe Trump met prostitutes in Russia

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 01.17 / 19:00 staradvertiser.com
    MOSCOW >> Russian President Vladimir Putin said he doesn’t believe that President-elect Donald Trump met with prostitutes in Russia, calling the accusations part of a campaign to undermine the election…
  4. Forecast: Sunshine and trade winds make for a pleasant Tuesday

    Hawaiinewsnow.com - Hawaii (HI) 01.17 / 16:11 hawaiinewsnow.com
    Trade winds return today! By afternoon, the forecast calls for northeast winds at 15-20 mph. They will be even stronger…
  5. Food as Medicine: It's Not Just a Fringe Idea Anymore

    Hpr2.org - Hawaii 01.17 / 15:29 hpr2.org
    Several times a month, you can find a doctor in the aisles of Ralph's market in Huntington Beach, Calif., wearing a white coat and helping people learn about food. On one recent day, this doctor was Daniel Nadeau, wandering the cereal aisle with Allison Scott, giving her some ideas on how to feed kids who studiously avoid anything that tastes healthy. "Have you thought about trying smoothies in the morning?" he asks her. "The frozen blueberries and raspberries are a little cheaper, and…
  6. Big Island enjoys stint of dry weather to start 2017

    There were sunbathers and picnics galore Monday as East Hawaii residents flocked to beach parks to enjoy the latest in a recent stretch of blue skies, ample sunshine and minimal to no…
  7. Tutu’s House

    Northhawaiinews.com - North Hawaii 01.17 / 10:47 northhawaiinews.com
    Alzheimer’s & Dementia Education/Support Seminar will be from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Jan. 21 with Chris Ridley MSW, Alzheimer’s Association program coordinator. Starting at 9 a.m. with “What is Dementia,” this seminar will include the latest information on stages, symptoms and treatments. At 11 a.m., Ridley will show the video “Memories of Tomorrow,” which is one man’s experience having dementia. At 1 p.m., Ridley will present “Communication…
  8. A ‘shocking’ loss: Fire ravages Pahoa’s Akebono Theatre, Luquin’s restaurant

    Westhawaiitoday.com - Hawaii 01.17 / 10:35 westhawaiitoday.com
    PAHOA — Puna residents were in shock Monday following a fire late Sunday night that gutted the historic Akebono Theatre and Luquin’s Mexican Restaurant in downtown Pah…
  1. Canyon County extends disaster declaration

    Idahopress.com - Idaho (ID) 01.17 / 20:13 idahopress.com
    The Canyon County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to extend the local disaster emergency…
  2. Nampa officers fall in sinkhole

    Idahopress.com - Idaho (ID) 01.17 / 18:23 idahopress.com
    NAMPA — It was a little cold for a swim Monday night when two Nampa police officers took an unexpected dip in a s…
  3. Arrest made in East Idaho's fourth violent death of new year

    Tetonvalleynews.net - Teton County 01.17 / 02:07 tetonvalleynews.net
    The new year is barely two weeks old and there have already been four violent deaths in East…
  4. Five legislators stand with Rep. Scott

    Postregister.com - Local 01.17 / 02:02 www.postregister.com
    By BETSY Z. RUSSELL The Spokesman-ReviewBOISE — Five Republican state representatives stood on the floor of the Idaho House on Monday morning and asked to be removed from their committee assignments until Rep. Heather Scott, R-Blanchard, gets hers back. “I’m deeply concerned about the integrity of this body and mixed messages being sent to the communities of Idaho,” said Rep. Ron Nate, R-Rexburg. Similar requests came from Reps. Karey Hanks, of St. Anthony; Dorothy Moon, of Stanley; Christy…
  5. Fair activities at Hwy. 20-26 property on hold after lease signed

    Idahopress.com - Idaho (ID) 01.17 / 00:36 idahopress.com
    CALDWELL — The Canyon County Fair Board’s plan to host this year’s fair with temporary tents on land the county owns east of Caldwell will not happen because that property was officially leased to a farmer last week…
  6. Man arrested following Saturday shooting

    Postregister.com - Local 01.17 / 00:11 www.postregister.com
    By TOM HOLM tholm@postregister.comIdaho Falls Police on Saturday arrested an Idaho Falls man for a report he shot and killed a 32-year-old man following an argument. Justin Sarbaum, 36, was booked into the Bonneville County Jail early Sunday morning, a police news release said. Sarbaum has been booked on a charge of second-degree murder. Sarbaum is being held on a $200,000 bond. Sarbaum’s initial appearance in court has yet to be scheduled. The shooting victim was identified by a family m…
  7. HHS senior has a mind for math, and many other things

    Postregister.com - Local 01.16 / 23:34 www.postregister.com
    By KEVIN TREVELLYAN ktrevellyan@postregister.comBrianna Landon would rather be busy than bored. The Hillcrest High School senior has been involved with the city of Ammon Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council for three years, and has played basketball for the Knights for four. Landon also has participated in musical theater for three years and choir for four, all while maintaining a 4.4 GPA. “She really likes to be organized, so she knows what she needs to get done,” said mother Trina Landon. “If s…
  8. MLK Day Brings Hundreds to Statehouse Amid Political Uncertainty

    Boiseweekly.com - Boise City 01.16 / 23:27 www.boiseweekly.com
    "I would encourage every one of us to do whatever it is that we find to do to support the work of civil rights and human rights in Idaho, in Boise, across the state, and across the country." An air of anxiety charged this year's celebration of the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday morning—the last observance of MLK Day before the inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th president of the United States. "In light of…
  1. Edward Sullivan, 47

    Oakpark.com - Oak Park 01.17 / 20:56 www.oakpark.com
    Edward C. "Eddie" Sullivan, 47, died recently at St. Anthony Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. He was a resident of Oak Park from 1969 until 2008 when he moved to Florida and had been a commodity trader at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for 14 years. He enjoyed playing softball, socializing with friends, and was an avid Chicago Cubs fan.   Read More... …
  2. Waukegan woman sentenced to 43 years for daughter's murder

    At one point referring to Nicholette Lawrence as a "monster mom," a Lake County Circuit Court judge sentenced her to 43 years in prison Tuesday for the murder of her 11-year-old daughter, Raashanai Coley. Raashanai was found emaciated and dead in her Waukegan home after Lawrence called police…
  3. 'Wicked' is coming back to Chicago this year

    Redeyechicago.com - Chicago 01.17 / 20:41 redeyechicago.com
    Goodness knows: The national tour of "Wicked" is returning to Chicago for a seven-week engagement during the holiday season at the end of this year, Broadway in Chicago announced Monday. The hit musical will be making its fourth visit to Chicago (one of which lasted for years). As is usual,…
  4. Portion of Third Street closed in Effingham

    EFFINGHAM — Construction began this week to replace a sanitary sewer in Effingham on Third Street from Fayette Avenue to National Avenue. The road will be closed to through traffic for an estimated three weeks to replace a sanitary s…
  5. We all live here

    Forestparkreview.com - Oak Park 01.17 / 19:44 forestparkreview.com
    As the Forest Park Public Library begins its 101st year, we invited an artist, Rich Alapack, to create chalk art in bright colors on the outside of the Library, using the words "We All Live Here." This campaign is about celebrating differences, but it also supports the idea that together we share the responsibility for creating a healthy community. Read More... …
  6. Oak Parker to debut prize-winning film at Siskel Center

    Oakpark.com - Oak Park 01.17 / 19:42 www.oakpark.com
    Oak Park filmmaker Seth McClellan remembers the first time he took a trip to Badlands National Park in South Dakota. It was during a winter of his childhood. Read More... …
  7. Residents encouraged to make transactions arranged online at Aurora Police Department

    Aurora police are encouraging people buying or selling items on social media platforms such as Offer Up and Facebook to use the police department – on the 1200 block of East Indian Trail Road – as a safe place to conduct their business transactions.In a Facebook post asking people to "please con…
  8. Easy money

    Oakpark.com - Oak Park 01.17 / 19:06 www.oakpark.com
    Part 2 of a 2-part series Red-light cameras operated by Chicago-based SafeSpeed LLC have issued more than $26 million in tickets along a local four-mile stretch of Harlem Avenue since 2014. Read More... …
  1. IUPUI Center for Urban Health hosting delegation of Chinese scholars

    News.iupui.edu - Education&Family 01.17 / 21:00 news.iupui.edu
    The Chinese group is visiting Jan. 17-19 to learn about cutting-edge research and community engagement in the area of environmental quality and…
  2. Northern Trust to Provide Investment Advisory Services to New Healthcare Foundation in La Porte

    Laportecountylife.com - La Porte County 01.17 / 20:33 laportecountylife.com
    Northern Trust announced today that its Foundation and Institutional Advisors group (FIA) has been selected by the Healthcare Foundation of La Porte, Ind. to provide it with investment and other fiduciary related services aligned with its specific needs. The $140 million foundation is dedicated to empowering residents from in and around La Porte to live healthy and well, with a goal of the area becoming one of Indiana's top 10 healthiest communities by…
  3. Food safety, refugee integration among studies earning IU President's International Research Fund grants

    News.indiana.edu - Education&Family 01.17 / 20:23 news.indiana.edu
    The new program sponsors international collaborative research projects that engage one or more of IU's Global Gateways and the communities they…
  4. Muncie cancer agency hacked for data but won’t pay ransom

    Wlfi.com - Indiana (IN) 01.17 / 20:09 wlfi.com
    MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — A Muncie-based cancer services agency says it will replace and rebuild its data after a computer hack demanding a r…
  5. New activity center near downtown Indianapolis will support LGBTQ youth in need

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 01.17 / 20:02 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Renovations are underway for a brand new youth activity center near downtown and it’s designed specifically for LGBTQ kids and teens in need. The Indiana Youth Group announced the purchase of the new building thanks to donors during the organization’s “Power of Safe” campaign. The $2.6 million goal was raised in six months during a silent phase of the capital campaign. The Indiana Youth Group still needs about $800,000 to complete building …
  6. Purdue's Gerad Parker to Cincinnati

    Jconline.com - Local 01.17 / 19:48 www.jconline.com
    The Boilermakers' interim coach after the dismissal of Darrell Hazell reportedly will join the Bearcats'…
  7. Sena B. Setser —UPDATED

    Sena B. Setser, 64, Columbia City, passed away at 3:27 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at Parkview Whitley Hospital. Born on Oct. 4, 1952 in Logan, W. Va. she was the daughter of John Frank and Zanna Marie (Bragg) Gillum. Sena moved from West Virginia to North Manchester … Read…
  8. Admission to Conner Prairie free on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 16

     Admission to Conner Prairie is free Jan. 16 as the museum invites visitors to celebrate the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. and the importance of peaceful …
  1. More hospitals offering nitrous oxide to help new mothers 'laugh' through labor

    Journalexpress.net - Knoxville 01.17 / 21:00 journalexpress.net
    Pain management that most people associate with the dentist office is now being offered to expecting mothers at more hospitals across the United…
  2. Sioux Center man found guilty of assaulting pregnant woman

    Siouxcityjournal.com - Iowa 01.17 / 21:00 siouxcityjournal.com
    ORANGE CITY, Iowa | A Sioux Center, Iowa, man has been found guilty of assaulting the mother of his unborn…
  3. 2016: Iowa Traffic Deaths Increase Dramatically, While South Dakota’s Decline

    Kiwaradio.com - Iowa 01.17 / 20:52 kiwaradio.com
    Northwest Iowa — As we told you last week, there were 402 people who lost their lives on Iowa’s roadways…
  4. Grievance procedure, accountability topics at school board Q & A

    The Greene County Schools board of education will consider at its regular meeting Wednesday approving a new form that is intended to be a tool to clarify and document complaints and grievances against staff. The form was written by board member Mark Peters and community member Steve Fisher after discussion at a special meeting Jan. 5. The … Continue reading Grievance procedure, accountability topics at school board Q & A &…
  5. Vilsack says, in new post, it’ll be ‘very easy’ to sell US dairy products

    Radioiowa.com - Iowa 01.17 / 19:38 www.radioiowa.com
    Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack has confirmed he is the next leader of the U.S. Dairy Export Council. “It’s very easy to sell and to advocate on behalf of the dairy producers and the processors and companies of this country because we have a great product. We have a safe product. We have a nutritious…
  6. Everyone Invited To CYP Meet The Members Event Friday

    1380kcim.com - Iowa (IA) 01.17 / 18:51 1380kcim.com
    The Carroll Chamber of Commerce annual banquet will be held on Monday, Feb. 6, and Executive Director, Shannon Landauer said they are pleased to be adding a new award for the Young Professional of the Year.…
  7. 4 Things to Watch at the Statehouse this Week

    Iowapublicradio.org - Iowa (IA) 01.17 / 18:32 iowapublicradio.org
    The governor laid out what will most likely be his final Condition of the State Address last week. Lawmakers had Monday off for the Martin Luther King Jr . holiday, but they’re back at it on Today. Here are a few items IPR Statehouse Correspondent Joyce Russell is watching. Planned Parenthood funding is in the crosshairs of Republicans. The plan to eliminate state funding for Planned Parenthood is part of the governor’s budget and has strong Republican support. “It takes most of the sessi…
  8. Author, activist Lindy West partners with Emma Goldman Clinic for annual fundraiser

    Littlevillagemag.com - Iowa City 01.17 / 18:07 littlevillagemag.com
    The post Author, activist Lindy West partners with Emma Goldman Clinic for annual fundraiser appeared first on Little…
  1. Local businesses, volunteers recognized at annual Chamber dinner

    It was a nice of accolades, nodes of appreciation and a reinforcement on working together to make a success of Hiawatha businesses at the Chamber and Visitor Bureau's Annual Meeting Monday night at…
  2. Eviction

    Kcur.org - Kansas City 01.17 / 20:32 kcur.org
    According to national statistics, when rent goes up, so does the number of evictions. What does this look like locally? From 2000 to 2015, Kansas City saw an average of 27 evictions per day. As part of an ongoing conversation about Kansas City's changing rental market, we discuss the causes and consequences of eviction. Guests: Kaily Ross , Kansas City mother, formerly evicted tenant Tara Raghuveer ​, researcher, Evicted , deputy director, National Partnership for New Americans Brent S…
  3. 🎥 Extras from the Extension: Holly Dickman – Garden Planning

    Hayspost.com - Hays 01.17 / 20:29 hayspost.com
    Winter is the perfect time to start planning that garden for this Summer. Holly Dickman offers some advice on what we can be doing now to get ready for that Summer…
  4. Joe’s Weather Blog: Now we’re losing the cold air again for awhile (TUE-1/17)

    Fox4kc.com - Kansas City 01.17 / 19:44 fox4kc.com
    I sort of needed yesterday to recover somewhat. These “winter” storms are like a 10 round prize fight to me. The build-up the 1000s of words written in my weather blog lasted for well over 1 week when we first started talking about the potential. Then the toughness of the forecast entering the weekend…the fighting the various other “sources” with bad information that people took and ran with…then the event itself with the various “jabs” and…
  5. Kansas Senate to debate changes in laws on special elections

    Ksn.com - Wichita 01.17 / 19:41 ksn.com
    The Senate's debate Tuesday came after the House approved the measure last…
  6. Kansas Court of Appeals upholds drug sentence

    Gbtribune.com - Kansas 01.17 / 19:09 www.gbtribune.com
    The Kansas Court of Appeals has upheld the 14-year sentence for Christopher Wilson, who was convicted by a Barton County jury in 2012 of aiding…
  7. South-side Dollar General Store robbed Monday

    Kansas.com - Kansas 01.17 / 19:09 www.kansas.com
    The Dollar General store at 47th Street South and Broadway was hit by an armed robber Monday night. Wichita police say a man came into the retailer, at 221 W. … Click to Continue…
  8. Kansas farmer: ‘Ice is a good thing’

    Ksnt.com - Topeka 01.17 / 18:41 ksnt.com
    As communities across Kansas clean up after this weekend’s ice storm, area farmers said they are welcoming the much needed m…
  1. Buffalo Wings and Rings shuts down

    Buffalo Wings and Rings, in business in Hopkinsville for more than six years, is shutting its…
  2. Bevin appoints 10 trustees to new UofL board, says ‘we don’t answer to accrediting agencies’

    Insiderlouisville.com - Kentucky 01.17 / 20:52 insiderlouisville.com
    Gov. Matt Bevin on Tuesday announced his list of 10 appointees to the newly created University of Louisville board of trustees, all but one of whom were on the board he created via executive order last summer before a judge’s injunction reinstated the previous board. Due to a bill passed by the Kentucky General Assembly…
  3. Amid Call For Outside Investigation Of Police Shooting, Broken Trust

    Wfpl.org - Louisville's 01.17 / 20:49 wfpl.org
    The Commonwealth's Attorney decides whether to pursue criminal charges against the officers involved, according to police…
  4. Kayser Automotive plans $26M expansion in Fulton, will create 100 new jobs

    Lanereport.com - Kentucky (KY) 01.17 / 20:33 lanereport.com
    Expansion should be completed in spring The post Kayser Automotive plans $26M expansion in Fulton, will create 100 new jobs appeared first on Lane Report | Kentucky Business & Economic…
  5. Coroner ID's victim killed in Clark Co. crash

    Courier-journal.com - Louisville 01.17 / 19:43 courier-journal.com
    Charlestown resident Thomas Garr, 29, was killed in an accident Jan. 13 on Stacy Road in Clark…
  6. Paul Paletti opens his treasure trove of famous photos featuring Ali, Marilyn and more

    Insiderlouisville.com - Kentucky 01.17 / 19:38 insiderlouisville.com
    Gallery owner Paul Paletti has been collecting famous photos for more than 25 years — partly a hobby, mostly a passion. And every now and then, he displays them in his gallery for Louisvillians to enjoy. Starting Tuesday, Jan. 17, the Paul Paletti Gallery hosts “Recent Acquisitions and Other Treasures” that shows off a wide […
  7. CVG has $4.4 billion annual impact on local economy, says UC, NKU study

    Lanereport.com - Kentucky (KY) 01.17 / 19:20 lanereport.com
    Ky. workers earn more than $300M at CVG The post CVG has $4.4 billion annual impact on local economy, says UC, NKU study appeared first on Lane Report | Kentucky Business & Economic…
  8. Congressional effort seeks to aid Delta Queen

    Courier-journal.com - Louisville 01.17 / 18:30 courier-journal.com
    Congressional sources are renewing the effort to get the steamboat the Delta Queen back in the cruising…
  1. The Trumps go to Washington

    Klax-tv.com - Louisiana 01.17 / 21:00 klax-tv.com
    What makes this family tick? Find out on a special 20/20 America’s First Family:  The Trumps go to Washington. …
  2. Pineville man arrested twice in 1 day

    Thetowntalk.com - Louisiana 01.17 / 20:52 www.thetowntalk.com
    A Pineville man keeps returning to a local hospital, despite being banned from the premises, and keeps getting arrested, according to a…
  3. Woman arrested for zapping victim in genitals with stun gun

    Wgno.com - Louisiana 01.17 / 20:23 wgno.com
    Thirty-seven-year-old Nadira Tardieff first came to the attention of the TPD just after 2 a.m. on January 14, when officers spotted her screaming at someone inside of a vehicle in the parking lot of a Motel in the 200 Block of North Canal…
  4. Hockey: Brahmas end Mudbugs’ winning streak

    Bossierpress.com - Louisiana (LA) 01.17 / 20:09 bossierpress.com
    The Lone Star Brahmas rallied for a 4-3 overtime victory over the Shreveport Mudbugs on Monday at NYTEX Sports Centre in North Richland Hills, Texas. The loss snapped the Mudbugs’ six-game winning streak. Shreveport (22-11-1-1) did move into a tie for second with Wichita Falls in the North American Hockey League’s South Division with 46…
  5. Ringside Politics – Jan. 17th, 2017.

    Wgso.com - New Orleans 01.17 / 20:02 wgso.com
    Welcome to another edition of Ringside Politics with guest host William …
  6. Report: McNeese State defensive coordinator Tommy Restivo out after 1 season

    Americanpress.com - Louisiana (LA) 01.17 / 19:42 americanpress.com
    Tommy Restivo will not return as McNeese State’s defensive coordinator, FootballScoop reported Tuesday afternoon, ending a one-year stint that produced one of the worst pass defenses in the school’s recent history. Asked by the American Press on Tuesday if he’d made any staff changes on defense, Cowboys head coach Lance Guidry said “not yet.” “Not ready to announce that yet,” the coach said when then asked specifically if Restivo would return. FootballScoop reported Restivo “stepped…
  7. Did You Know Ryan Phillippe Made His Directorial Debut in Shreveport?

    965kvki.com - Shreveport 01.17 / 19:04 965kvki.com
    This film was the last thing I would have imagined Ryan Phillippe both writing and directing. Continue…
  8. Boil advisory issued for St. Mary Waterworks District 5; includes Calumet to east side of Franklin

    Officials with St. Mary Parish Waterworks District 5, which covers areas from Calumet to the east side of Franklin, issued a boil water advisory Sunday and expect to keep the advisory in effect until sometime Wednesday, Board President Glenn Blood said Tuesday. A power failure Sunday at a Cleco substation caused pressure to drop at the water treatment plant in Centerville, enough to cause the state Department of Health and Hospitals to require the district to issue a boil water notice,…
  1. Man who robbed Bangor cleaners twice in a week to serve 9 years

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 01.17 / 21:00 bangordailynews.com
    A man convicted of robbing a city laundromat twice in a week last year was sentenced Tuesday at the Penobscot Judicial Center to nine years in…
  2. LePage to Share Details of Bangor Psychiatric Unit

    News.mpbn.net - Maine (ME) 01.17 / 19:14 news.mpbn.net
    AUGUSTA, Maine - Republican Gov. Paul LePage has delivered a blistering rebuke to lawmakers and says a request for proposals will soon unveil new details about his administration's plans to build a new, privately run state psychiatric facility in Bangor. LePage's administration has proposed a new facility for people charged with a crime but found not guilty because of mental illness. Lawmakers want answers on issues like why the facility should be outsourced. LePage in a recent letter to…
  3. Brewer High School first quarter honor roll

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 01.17 / 17:56 bangordailynews.com
    Brewer High School First quarter honor roll Grade 12, high honors: Jared Austin, Collin Averill, Madison Bean, Kathryn Bennett, Mariah Carlson, Hannah Daigle, Zachary Duncan, Samuel Gardner, Alexxis Hinkley, Lia Johnson, Sarah Maxsimic, Michele Maybury, Sean McGinn, Alexandra Mower, Irene Neal, Courtney Pearson, Nola Prevost, Hayley Roy, Emma Ruhlin, Cooper Walsh; …
  4. Camden Winterfest to offer family activities Feb. 4-12

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 01.17 / 17:19 bangordailynews.com
    CAMDEN, Maine – Camden Winterfest, the weeklong celebration leading up to the U.S. National Toboggan Championships, will be held Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 4-12, at the Amphitheatre, Harbor Park and Village Green in Camden, then continue through the Toboggan Nationals the following weekend at the Camden Snow Bowl.  The opening weekend kicks off with community-wide …
  5. Rev. Chouinard to retire from active ministry May 1

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 01.17 / 16:06 bangordailynews.com
    By Dave Guthro, Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland PORTLAND, Maine — The Rev. Lionel G. Chouinard will retire from active ministry, effective May 1, according to an announcement from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland. Father Chouinard currently serves as the pastor of Holy Trinity Parish in Lisbon Falls and…
  6. Welcome, Parker Jayne

    Mdislander.com - Bar Harbor 01.17 / 15:41 mdislander.com
    The island family felt a bit bigger this week with the happy celebration of both a pregnancy and a birth. Parker Jayne Westphal was born to Brendon and Shannon Westphal on Thursday, Jan. 12. She weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces, and is a happy and healthy little girl. On Saturday, Jan. 14, Cari Alley was ... Author information Sally Rowan and Sarah McCracken | The post Welcome, Parker Jayne appeared first on Mount Desert…
  7. MDI Historical Society’s sixth annual baked bean supper Jan. 23

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 01.17 / 15:29 bangordailynews.com
    Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Location: Mount Desert Island High School, 1081 Eagle Lake Road, Bar Harbor, Maine For more information: mdihistory.org BAR HARBOR, Maine — Mount Desert Island Historical Society’s sixth annual baked bean supper will be held 6-8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, at Mount…
  8. Shetterly to talk about civil rights

    Mdislander.com - Bar Harbor 01.17 / 15:04 mdislander.com
    BAR HARBOR — Artist Robert Shetterly will give a talk entitled “How Invisible People Become Visible: The Struggle for Civil Rights in the U.S.” at the Jesup Memorial Library on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. Shetterly will tell the stories of important figures in the Civil Rights Movement whom most people know nothing about, ... The post Shetterly to talk about civil rights appeared first on Mount Desert Islan…
  1. Kent County Arts Council to Purchase Town Arts Building; Transition Set for New Director

    Chestertownspy.org - Chestertown 01.17 / 19:54 chestertownspy.org
    The Spy received word today that big changes are on the horizon for Kent County Arts Council and the future of regional arts. From the KCAC website: “The Kent County Arts Council celebrates 2017 as a year of transition. Director Leslie Prince Raimond will welcome John Schratwieser (former Director of the Prince Theatre / Garfield…
  2. Md. Man Stabbed Wife, Relative, Tried to Kill Himself, Police Say

    A Prince George's County man stabbed his wife and a relative of hers before trying to kill himself, police…
  3. Ravens Nation Says Goodbye To David Modell

    This morning, family and friends said goodbye to former Ravens President David Modell at his funeral at the Baltimore…
  4. Governor Carney Sworn In: Budget Crisis Must Be Fixed

    DOVER, Del. (AP/WSCL) - Democrat John Carney has been sworn in as Delaware's 74th governor. Carney and Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, also a Democrat, took their oaths of office Tuesday morning in a rain-soaked ceremony on the steps of Legislative Hall. Carney acknowledged the state's challenges, including significant state budget problems. "We have a revenue problem. But we also have a spending problem. In the coming months we'll put forth a plan for addressing our budget crisis, not just…
  5. Big Fish Grill opens in Ocean View

    Delmarvanow.com - Salisbury 01.17 / 17:19 delmarvanow.com
    The eatery aims to become a premier spot for causal dining within the community, while embracing its own…
  6. Residents Reminded of ACA Open Enrollment Deadline on Jan. 31 (VIDEO)

    Mymcmedia.org - Rockville 01.17 / 16:17 mymcmedia.org
    Montgomery County residents are reminded that open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act ends on Jan. 31. You can find information about upcoming enrollment events, here. You can find more information about the Maryland Health Connection, here. Deadline coming soon! Jan. 31 is the LAST day to buy a 2017 plan. We're the only place…
  7. From Twitter To Treatment Guidelines, Industry Influence Permeates Medicine

    Wypr.org - Maryland (MD) 01.17 / 16:08 wypr.org
    The long arm of the pharmaceutical industry continues to pervade practically every area of medicine, reaching those who write guidelines that shape doctors' practices, patient advocacy organizations, letter writers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and even oncologists on Twitter, according to a series of papers on money and influence published Tuesday in JAMA Internal Medicine . The findings of the papers provide further evidence showing how conflicts of interest help…
  8. Amazon named as large Principio tenant

    Cecildaily.com - Elkton 01.17 / 16:01 cecildaily.com
    ELKTON — Amazon was revealed as the future tenant of the Principio Commerce Center I in North East during a county council work session Tuesday m…
  1. Watch Live: Education Nominee Betsy DeVos Faces Confirmation Hearing

    Wbur.org - Boston 01.17 / 20:36 wbur.org
    The hearing was delayed when financial and ethical disclosure reviews were not completed in…
  2. How Sick Is ‘Too Sick’ To Stay Home From School?

    Capecod.com - Cape Cod 01.17 / 19:42 capecod.com
    A new survey asked more than 1,400 parents, ‘how sick does your child have to be to keep them home from school’?  While you don’t want to send them if they aren’t feeling good and could potentially make others sick, it’s also difficult to find childcare or stay home from work or other plans, at…
  3. Police: Man posed as Bieber online to extort nude photos

    Abc6.com - Massachusetts (MA) 01.17 / 19:32 abc6.com
    Authorities say a Massachusetts man has been arrested on suspicion of soliciting nude photos from a 9-year-old California girl while posing online as Justin…
  4. NAACP Celebrates Tradition of Service and Advocacy on MLK Day

    Mvgazette.com - Local 01.17 / 19:12 vineyardgazette.com
    1:27 pm, January 17, 2017Steve MyrickThe NAACP of Martha’s Vineyard celebrated another year of service and advocacy on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, with a luncheon and workshop to map out the future of the Island chapter. …
  5. Missing RI Children Found Safe After 30 Years; Mother Arrested For Child Snatching

    Boston.cbslocal.com - Massachusetts 01.17 / 19:01 boston.cbslocal.com
    Rhode Island State Police said Tuesday that two children missing for over 30 years had been found safe--and that their mother had been charged in their…
  6. Lawmakers call hearing on salary recommendations

    Abc6.com - Massachusetts (MA) 01.17 / 18:18 abc6.com
    Democratic legislative leaders want to revisit a more than two-year-old report that recommended pay raises for the governor, other constitutional officers and top…
  7. Treadway Inns to Take Harbor View Management

    Mvgazette.com - Local 01.17 / 17:58 vineyardgazette.com
    12:41 pm, November 23, 1956Vineyard GazetteAn agreement has been signed by the Harbor View Hotel Corporation of Edgartown and the Treadway Inns Corporation under the terms of which the latter will take over the management of the…
  8. Reichelt wants funding to study Coburn School rebuilding project

    Wwlp.com - Massachusetts 01.17 / 17:56 wwlp.com
    The three-story school was built back in the 1920s, and has had several…
  1. Royal Oak officer rescues woman trapped in burning car

    A Royal Oak Police sergeant is being recognized after police say she pulled a severely injured woman out of a burning car that crashed into a SMART bus.A video of the rescue can be seen on YouTube under the search name "Royal Oak Police Sergeant Pulls Accident Victim out of Burning…
  2. Michigan Kia dealer adds third store on west side

    Located at 4575 Plainfield Avenue NE, the dealership has been re-named Summit Place Kia…
  3. Betsy DeVos to senators: Parental choice is key in education

    On.freep.com - Michigan (MI) 01.17 / 20:47 on.freep.com
    In her prepared remarks, Betsy DeVos cites her mother, a public school teacher, as her greatest education…
  4. Manistee mom says her kids have a future now. And it's all thanks to Trump.

    Michiganradio.org - Michigan (MI) 01.17 / 20:35 michiganradio.org
    On Jan. 20, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as our 45th President of the United States. The election was one of the most contentious in recent memory and has exposed or inflamed serious divisions in American society. All this week on Stateside, we’ll speak with Michiganders who were drawn to the President-elect’s message about their hopes for the new administration. Renee White is a substitute teacher from Manistee. She’s also a mom worried about her kids in today’s economy…
  5. UPDATED: Saginaw duo charged in Harrison armed robbery

    Themorningsun.com - MI 01.17 / 20:33 themorningsun.com
    Two Saginaw residents caught as they fled Harrison in the early-morning hours Monday face multiple criminal charges for the armed robbery of a gas station.Rodney Carl Milton, 18, was charged Tuesday with armed robbery, punishable by up to life in prison; and using a short-barrelled rifle, carrying a concealed weapon and having a loaded weapon in a vehicle, all five-year…
  6. The Parlor Hosts Gourmet Dinner Prepared by Hell’s Kitchen Chefs

    Mynorth.com - Traverse City 01.17 / 19:55 mynorth.com
    Both dinner seatings sold out! But you can still try Kim Ryan’s specialty dish at home. Here’s the recipe. Plus, more awesome foodie events below you can […] The post The Parlor Hosts Gourmet Dinner Prepared by Hell’s Kitchen Chefs appeared first on…
  7. Community help needed to save Cutlerville Days, chamber executive director says

    Mlive.com-Michigan 01.17 / 19:47 www.mlive.com
    Chuckles the Clown performs for the crowd at last year's Cutlerville Days celebration. Cutlerville-Gaines Chamber of Commerce leaders are looking for community help to continue the annual festival. MLive File Photo  The Cutlerville-Gaines Area Chamber of Commerce executive director …
  8. 21 Detroit proposals selected as finalists for Knight Cities Challenge

    Crainsdetroit.com - Detroit Business 01.17 / 19:43 crainsdetroit.com
    Tyler Clifford - Almost two dozen Detroit applicants are among 144 finalists in the third and final installment of the Knight Cities Challenge, a competition to fund ideas to stimulate communities. Some 21 Detroit projects will be considered by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to receive a share of a $5 million grant. Submissions included solutions to improve civic engagement, develop public recreations, connect people of diverse backgrounds and affect economic growth. One…
  1. Wisconsin Senate Passes Bill To Help Fund Cheese Plant

    The Wisconsin state Senate has passed a bill extending tax incentives to help a cheese…
  2. Icy slips and falls slam ERs with concussions, broken bones

    Lacrossetribune.com - Minnesota 01.17 / 21:00 lacrossetribune.com
    Sheets of ice on streets, sidewalks and parking lots in the Coulee Region propelled steady streams of ambulance calls and patients to emergency rooms at area…
  3. New non-profit hopes to attract young professionals

    Ifallsjournal.com - Minnesota 01.17 / 20:52 www.ifallsjournal.com
    Starting a nonprofit can take a lot of time, energy and effort, and a new local organization is ready to showcase itself to the community and recruit…
  4. Appeals Court: Man’s Rights Not Violated When Ordered To Give Fingerprint To Unlock Phone

    The Minnesota Court of Appeals says that a man's right against self-incrimination was not violated when a judge ordered him to provide his fingerprint to unlock a…
  5. Appeals Court Upholds Man’s Release From Sex Offender Program

    The state Court of Appeals upheld a judicial panel's decision to provisionally release a man from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, saying Tuesday that the evidence supports the panel's findings, despite conflicting expert opinions on the…
  6. Company Building DAPL Aims To Block Environmental Study

    The company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants a federal judge to block the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from launching a full environmental study of the $3.8 billion pipeline's disputed crossing of a Missouri River reservoir in North…
  7. How Old is Too Old to Be Sleeping in Your Parent’s Bed?

    93x.com - Minneapolis/St.Paul 01.17 / 19:28 93x.com
    When's the last time you slept in a bed with a family member; like your mom? For one guy in his 30s, it was probably last week. And that makes us feel a little creeped…
  8. Report Shows 2016 Home Prices, Buying Increased In Twin Cities

    More people were buying homes in the Twin Cities metro area last year, but not as many people were selling them.…
  1. Sheriff: Teen reported missing left home on a bike

    Wlox.com - Mississippi 01.17 / 21:00 www.wlox.com
    The family of JR Foster said the 16-year-old went missing during his morning run Tuesday, but investigators believe that’s not the case. Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson believes the teen ran…
  2. Joyner’s Womack named Teacher of the Year

    Djournal.com - Mississippi 01.17 / 20:52 djournal.com
    By Emma Crawford Kent Daily Journal TUPELO – With just five-and-a-half years of experience under her belt, Joyner Elementary teacher Brittany Womack was named the Tupelo Public School District’s 2017 Teacher of the Year. Womack, who teaches first grade, received the award at Tuesday’s school board meeting. “I’m shocked,” Womack said. “That was a complete […]…
  3. State trooper shortage, asking lawmakers to help fund school

    Whlt.com - Mississippi (MS) 01.17 / 20:43 whlt.com
    MISSISSIPPI (WHLT) — Mississippi is dealing with a shortage of state troopers and they are asking for help from lawmakers. Fewer troopers a…
  4. Magee Library asks for sponsors

    Simpsoncounty.ms - Magee 01.17 / 19:50 simpsoncounty.ms
    The Magee Public Library will offer their annual summer library programs to the children of the community to encourage them to read for fun during their summer to retain their reading skills. The 2017 theme is Build a Better World!     --- The content you're trying to view is available for Premium Content Subscribers only. Online subscription options are available for as low as $2.50 per month and are complimentary to all existing print subscribers of The Magee Courier and Simpson County N…
  5. Howland previews Kentucky

    Djournal.com - Mississippi 01.17 / 19:01 djournal.com
    Mississippi State head coach Ben Howland previews the Bulldogs’ game with No. 5 Kentucky tonight. Opening Statement… “We still don’t have word, but Schnider (Herard) was hit in the nose by Lamar (Peters). He is getting a CAT scan at some point to determine if it is broken. He will most likely be wearing a [R…
  6. TLV Daily Dispatch…Tuesday, January 17, 2017 Food & Drink Specials plus Entertainment Tonight

    Thelocalvoice.net - Mississippi 01.17 / 17:56 www.thelocalvoice.net
    Food & Drink Specials PLUS Entertainment in Oxford, Ole Miss, and Tupelo, Mississippi for Tuesday, January 17, 2017 The Local Voice #270 is OUT NOW January 5–19, 2017 – Click here to find out “What’s In This Issue” or go ahead and download The Local Voice #270 PDF now for only 99¢ – For Oxford restaurant [&#…
  7. Postgame interviews: Ole Miss

    Djournal.com - Mississippi 01.17 / 16:34 djournal.com
    No. 4 Mississippi State moved to 19-0 overall and 5-0 in the SEC with its 73-62 victory over in-state rival Ole Miss. Head coaches Vic Schaefer and Matt Insell spoke after the game along with guards Victoria Vivians, Dominique Dillingham and Alissa…
  8. Orr named Masonic scholar

    Chickasawjournal.com - Chickasaw County 01.17 / 15:37 chickasawjournal.com
    Special to the Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – Karissa Orr, a member of Ever Ready Palace 123 of Houston, won a scholarship for her essay given in the Ortorical Contest held in Jackson, Dec. 3. Ever Ready Palace is the youth department for two Masonic houses of Houston, which are the heroines of Jericho Court 123 […] The post Orr named Masonic scholar appeared first on Chickasaw J…
  1. Police officer's widow finds purpose through social media

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The widow of a St. Louis County police officer who was fatally shot is using social media to process her grief and humanize o…
  2. AARP Tax-Aide offers tax help

    AARP Tax-Aide offers free tax help to low and moderate income taxpayers, especially those 60 and older, but you do not have to be over 60 nor do you have to be a member of AARP to have your…
  3. Officials Release Name of Branson Shooting Victim

    Hometowndailynews.com - Missouri (MO) 01.17 / 20:23 hometowndailynews.com
        by Tim Church     BRANSON, Mo. – Taney County Coroner Kevin Tweedy releases the name of the man shot and killed Monday night, at a home near Branson. Taney County Sheriff Jimmie Russell r…
  4. Missouri Supreme Court orders KC to put higher minimum wage on the ballot

    Kansascity.com - Kansas City 01.17 / 19:41 www.kansascity.com
    The Missouri Supreme Court has ordered the city of Kansas City to put a higher minimum wage proposal before local voters. The high court on Tuesday reversed a trial judge … Click to Continue…
  5. Community Sew-In Event to Benefit Project Linus

    The 18th Annual National Project Linus “Make A Blanket Day” event will be held on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at the Moose Lodge in Kirksville. The mission of Project Linus is to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts [&#…
  6. Cathi’s Corner

    I’m in my swim suit today. After being in my winter parka last week, I’m thankful for the warm temps! And a big “Thank You, Lord,” for only a little ice! As many know, the emergency folks of this community were ready for almost anything. The Hermann area has strong police and fire departments, a…
  7. Classified Ads 1-19-2016

    SNOW REMOVAL and SALT SERVICE – Snow removal and salt service available. Robert “Dynamite” Owings . 660-341-0266. WORK WANTED – House cleaning or whatever you need done in your home.  Call any hours, morning or evening.  660-328-6260. Levonne Simerl SEEKING HUNTING LAND – Three K-9 law enforcement officers and military veterans are looking for land […]…
  8. Bloomsdale Man Injured In Crash

    Stegenherald.com - Ste. Genevieve 01.17 / 18:38 stegenherald.com
    A Bloomsdale man suffered moderate injuries last week in an accident on Route M, according to a report from the Missouri State Highway…
  1. Lawmakers debate bill that would overturn cellphone bans

    Helenair.com - Montana 01.17 / 20:52 helenair.com
    Nearly every state in the country has banned the use of cellphones while driving to some extent, but not Montana. In fact, one legislator wants to take the state even further in the opposite…
  2. Homeless Count in Ravalli County Jan. 26 & 27

    Ravallirepublic.com - Montana (MT) 01.17 / 20:29 ravallirepublic.com
    The Bitterroot Taskforce on Homelessness and Housing is trying to put a face on the situation and get an understanding of the problem in Ravalli County. They are planning to take a “Point in Time” count of homeless people on&…
  3. Top 10 Montana Sandwiches Ranked, Only One From Missoula!

    Newstalkkgvo.com - Montana 01.17 / 19:46 newstalkkgvo.com
    If I were to add another sandwich from Missoula to the top 10 list I would have to say... Continue…
  4. Possibly Intoxicated Missoula Man Loses Car, Calls Police Then Hides From Them

    Kmmsam.com - Montana 01.17 / 19:39 kmmsam.com
    Missoula Police were on the lookout for a stolen car early, but ended up arresting the complainant instead. Continue…
  5. Ponies take on Sidney in a senior night special

    Havredailynews.com - Montana (MT) 01.17 / 19:31 havredailynews.com
    The Havre High wrestling team doesn’t get to compete at home very often. But tonight, the Blue Ponies will be back inside the HHS gymnasium, wrestling Class A rival Sidney. Over the years, Havre and Sidney have dominated Class A wrestling and while the Eagles aren’t as strong as they once were, the dual between the two teams is filled with plenty of intrigue. The first match between Havre and…
  6. Credit union flooded this morning

    Havredailynews.com - Montana (MT) 01.17 / 19:29 havredailynews.com
    A water line break this morning flooded Bear Paw Credit Union, causing a substantial amount of damage, Bear Paw's Executive Vice President Gerry Veis said. The water, Veis said this morning, rushed past the front door of the building, engulfed the main floor - including his office - and went down the stairs and into the basement. The carpet will have to be replaced, Veis said, as parts…
  7. Update: At inquest, officer identified in shooting that killed Butte man; bodycam video shown

    Mtstandard.com - Montana 01.17 / 19:01 mtstandard.com
    A coroner's inquest this morning has identified Lt. John O'Brien of the Butte police department as the shooter in the officer-involved shooting in June…
  8. Zinke op-ed pushes "Pinchot model'' for forest management; testimony starts at 12:15 p.m. today

    Mtstandard.com - Montana 01.17 / 18:26 mtstandard.com
    Editor's note: Following is Congressman Ryan Zinke's opening statement for the Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Montana Sens. Steve Daines and Jon Tester are introducing the…
  1. Two arrested for Wymore burglary

    Beatricedailysun.com-NE 01.17 / 21:00 beatricedailysun.com
    Wymore police arrested two men accused of stealing copper pipes from a Wymore business last…
  2. Woman gets probation, jail for memory care patient's death

    Klkntv.com-NE 01.17 / 21:00 www.klkntv.com
    An Arlington woman has been given 90 days in jail for the death of a memory care patient who was burned after falling asleep near a fireplace.      …
  3. Jan. 17, 2017

    1049maxcountry.com - Nebraska (NE) 01.17 / 20:47 1049maxcountry.com
    Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 3.16 (+0.03) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 3.16 (+0.03) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 3.16 (+0.03) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 3.63 (+0.03) New Alliance / Alliance – 3.63 (+0.03) Frenchman Valley Co-Op/Kimball – 3.19 (+0.06) West Plains LLC/Gering – 3.15 (+0.03) West Plains/Alliance – 3.67 (+0.03) Pine Bluffs Feed & Grain/Pine Bluffs – 3.07 (+0.03) Scoular Grain/Sidney – 3.12 (-0.01) Corn Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 3.16 (+0.07) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 3.16…
  4. Breastfed babies get a healthy head start

    Fremonttribune.com - Local 01.17 / 18:35 fremonttribune.com
    You’re having a baby! Amidst all the excitement, there are lots of questions. And one issue many new parents struggle with is whether or not to b…
  5. Cards back on track with victories

    Albionnewsonline.com - Albion 01.17 / 18:00 albionnewsonline.com
    The Boone Central/Newman Grove Cardinals broke a four-game losing streak with a pair of impressive victories this past weekend, improving their season record to 8-5. Having lost several heartbreakers during their dry spell, the Cardinals left no doubt in runaway wins Friday and Saturday. Boone Central/Newman Grovegot untracked offensively Friday night at Stanton (3-11), piling […] The post Cards back on track with victories appeared first on Albion News…
  6. 3 pounds of pot found during search

    Beatricedailysun.com-NE 01.17 / 17:56 beatricedailysun.com
    A Wymore man was arrested Tuesday morning after deputies found three pounds of marijuana in his…
  7. Putin Accuses Obama Administration Of Trying To Undermine Trump's Legitimacy

    Kios.org - Omaha 01.17 / 16:32 kios.org
    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that the Obama administration is attempting to "undermine the legitimacy" of President-elect Donald Trump. U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that the Russian government, at the direction of Putin, hacked several U.S. targets as part of an "influence campaign" to shape the outcome of the election. More recently, an unverified document reportedly assembled by a former intelligence operative accused Trump of colluding with Russia, and the…
  8. Tom Vilsack to Take Helm of U.S. Dairy Export Council Former USDA Secretary to Serve as President and CEO

    Kticradio.com - Nebraska (NE) 01.17 / 16:15 kticradio.com
    ARLINGTON, Va., January 17, 2017 - The U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) today announced that former U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will join the organization as president and CEO, effective Feb. 1, 2017. USDEC is a non-profit, independent organization that seeks to enhance the global demand for U.S. dairy products and ingredients. "Growing the global market for U.S. dairy products is essential to the future of the dairy industry and America's dairy farmers. I've…
  1. Gardnerville Elementary School Blood Drive Jan. 24

    Carsonvalleytimes.com - Carson Valley 01.17 / 21:04 carsonvalleytimes.com
    Courtesy of Gardnerville Elementary School · 1 min read GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — Gardnerville Elementary School will host a blood drive Jan. 24 from 1 to 5 p.m. To schedule an appointment, visit www.BloodHero.com and enter the code: “Gardnerville” or contact Mary Lahlum at 775-782-5117, ext. 2507. &…
  2. What Works: You can go it alone. But why?

    Carsonnow.org-NV 01.17 / 20:52 www.carsonnow.org
    By: Diane Dye Hansen One of the myths of the hard-working entrepreneur is they are alone. You hear about solopreneurs battling it out alone. You hear the challenges of being the only employee doing it all in a startup. You may even know or be an intrapreneur who is trying to get an idea pushed through alone. Here’s my big question for you this week. Why are you alone? Why do yo…
  3. Reno second-windiest city in the U.S. in 2016

    Archive.rgj.com - Nevada (NV) 01.17 / 20:16 archive.rgj.com
    Sierra storms and the famous Washoe Zephyr helped crown Reno as the No. 2 windiest city in the U.S. in…
  4. Five arrested among 97 criminal offenders checked during weekend Nevada Parole and Probation sweep

    Carsonnow.org-NV 01.17 / 19:39 www.carsonnow.org
    Nevada parole and probation officers conducted Operation Safer Streets this weekend, a compliance sweep of high risk criminal offenders that resulted in five arrests throughout Carson City, Reno, Sparks and Washoe County. Operation Safer Streets focused on contacting these offenders at their place of residence and involved the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Division of Parole and Probation and the Regional Gang Unit, said Capt. David Helgerman. Offenders considered as ‘high-risk’ were …
  5. Carson City Chamber's 2017 luncheon series kicks off Jan. 24

    Carsonnow.org-NV 01.17 / 19:03 www.carsonnow.org
    By Brett Fisher The Carson City Chamber of Commerce holds its first Soup's On Luncheon series of 2017 on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 11 a.m. inside the Gold Dust West Hotel Casino on E. William Street in Carson City. Presented by Wells Fargo Bank in Carson City, this month's luncheon is entitled "Looking to the future — 2017," featuring Wells Fargo Bank Managing Director and Senior E…
  6. Crews Respond to Fire on Pittman Avenue in Sparks

    Ktvn.com-NV 01.17 / 19:01 www.ktvn.com
    The Sparks Fire Department responded to a structure fire that broke out on Pittman Avenue early Tuesday…
  7. Carson City emergency crews respond to crash on I-580 near Fairview ramp

    Carsonnow.org-NV 01.17 / 18:25 www.carsonnow.org
    Carson City Fire Department and Nevada Highway Patrol were called Tuesday morning to a two-vehicle crash in the southbound lane of I-580 near the Fairview ramp. The crash was reported shortly after 10 a.m. and involves a Jeep Liberty and another vehicle. Both sustained moderate damage according to arriving personnel. No serious injuries were reported. The crash was not blocking traffic according to dispatch. Motorists are advised to go slow through the accident area as emergency personnel…
  8. An Impatient, Patient

    Mesquitelocalnews.com-NV 01.17 / 17:57 mesquitelocalnews.com
      If you have never been lucky enough to encounter an impatient patient in a waiting room, well take heart, eventually you will be privy to a scene you will tell your friends about, over and over again because you still cannot believe what you saw. This goes beyond the upset small fry being fussy. …
  1. If entertainment is what you’re looking for . . .

    Theconcordinsider.com - Concord 01.17 / 16:50 theconcordinsider.com
    Concord is kind of a hot spot for entertainment, whether it be live or on the big screen. With a plethora of great spots to catch a play, a film or comedy show, there’s always something going on to get you through the cold days and nights of winter. So if you’re looking for something […] The post If entertainment is what you’re looking for . . . appeared first on The Concord Ins…
  2. Police Manchester man charged after urinating on cruiser

    Unionleader.com-NH 01.17 / 16:34 www.unionleader.com
    MANCHESTER - A city man was arrested Saturday after an officer said he urinated on a police cruiser.Aaron Martin, 23, was charged with indecent exposurelewdness. According to police, Officer Michael McGee was checking Sixide Vapor Lounge, 123 Hanover St., about 130 a.m. Saturday when…
  3. Goffstown woman charged in Merrimack forgery

    Unionleader.com-NH 01.17 / 15:21 www.unionleader.com
    MERRIMACK - A Goffstown woman surrendered on a warrant Saturday on charges of forgery and theft, police said.Karissa Lander, 23, of 12 Summer St., is accused of signing and cashing a check Dec. 2 that did not belong to her, according to a press release issued Tuesday.Lander was released on 5,000 personal…
  4. Good, bad and ugly of local sports

    Nashuatelegraph.com - Nashua 01.17 / 13:16 nashuatelegraph.com
    All around us are stories waiting to be told - good ones, bad ones and, unfortunately, others that are more on the ugly side of life. Over the last couple of weeks Greater Nashua has witnessed a few of the first two, and one prime example of the latter. As is customary when asked to choose, let's go with the good news first, namely Nashua's Kevin McGowan, before tackling the sour issues - such as Merrimack's poor shooting in a 38-point boys basketball loss at Bedford on Jan. 3, and a…
  5. Rosenwald criticism is totally ill-founded

    Nashuatelegraph.com - Nashua 01.17 / 12:40 nashuatelegraph.com
    Diane Lathrop's letter to the Telegraph on Jan. 10 was fraught with errors. First, while Lathrop may believe there already is such a plan, it has been demonstrated this is not the case by the amendment recently filed by four Republican senators that would delay repeal of Obamacare for at least a month until a viable replacement plan could be developed, showing the GOP leadership acknowledges that no such plan exists. Second, to her assertion that "millions of Americans have seen their…
  6. Signature win; Guertin boys blank Arlington Catholic

    Nashuatelegraph.com - Nashua 01.17 / 12:39 nashuatelegraph.com
    TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. - Finally, a game to remember. The Bishop Guertin High School boys hockey team is 4-1-2 in Division I (4-4-2 overall), but it hadn't earned any signature wins this season. Until Monday, that is. The Cardinals used their speed to offset the size and strength of Massachusetts contender Arlington Catholic and came away with an impressive 2-0 win at Skate 3. "This tells me they can skate with anyone when they want to," Guertin coach Gary Bishop said. "Arlington Catholic…
  7. Hearing date set for city woman

    Nashuatelegraph.com - Nashua 01.17 / 12:02 nashuatelegraph.com
    NASHUA - Citing her alleged history of failing to appear in court when ordered, a Superior Court judge has denied a motion seeking personal recognizance bail for Nashua resident Lauren Munday, a former fugitive of the week who once jumped from a third-floor window to evade capture. Munday, 29, formerly of 93 Marshall St., and currently of no fixed address, is now in jail awaiting her next in a long line of scheduled court appearances - a violation-of-probation hearing set for 9 a.m.…
  8. Wilbur Ross, Trump's Commerce pick, offshored 2,700 jobs since 2004

    Unionleader.com-NH 01.17 / 08:36 www.unionleader.com
    By Andy SullivanReutersWASHINGTON - Billionaire Wilbur Ross, chosen by Donald Trump to help implement the president-elect's trade agenda, earned his fortune in part by running businesses that have offshored thousands of U.S. jobs, according to Labor Department data attained by Reuters.As a…
  1. Howard oversees first meeting CRDA meeting

    ATLANTIC CITY — With little fan fare, Chris Howard took over leadership of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority as it reassesses its m…
  2. NJ Hall of Fame Announces 2016 Inductees

    Njmonthly.com - New Jersey (NJ) 01.17 / 20:37 njmonthly.com
    The Hall of Fame’s newest class is rich in figures from the performing arts, including Kelly Ripa, Ray Liotta and Wyclef Jean. The post NJ Hall of Fame Announces 2016 Inductees appeared first on New Jersey M…
  3. Paterson welcomes 30 new police officers

    Patersontimes.com - Paterson 01.17 / 20:26 patersontimes.com
    Keeping his campaign promise to rebuild the ranks of the city’s police force, mayor Jose “Joey” Torres on Tuesday morning swore in 30 new police officers. Residents have been clamoring for more police officers to improve public safety in the Silk City. “Paterson I hear you and today I answer your call,” said Torres. He…
  4. Trio indicted for killing 'Mickey Rome'

    Trentonian.com-NJ 01.17 / 20:23 www.trentonian.com
    TRENTON >> Three suspects accused of robbing and killing convicted killer Michael "Mickey Rome" DiMattia have been indicted by a grand jury. Marcus Muse, 24, of Willingboro, Joshua Major, 22, and Tatiana Cole, 24, both of Pemberton, are charged with conspiracy, murder, robbery, and related weapons offenses in connection with DiMattia's…
  5. NJ State Police's Silence on Immunity at Trial Wasn't a Waiver

    Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ) 01.17 / 19:32 njlawjournal.com
    A state agency's failure to assert a sovereign immunity defense during its trial on an Americans with Disabilities Act claim does not amount to a waiver of immunity, a divided New Jersey Supreme Court has…
  6. Atlantic County should receive 13.5 percent of PILOT funds

    Shorenewstoday.com - New Jersey (NJ) 01.17 / 19:27 shorenewstoday.com
    After years of discussions, the Atlantic City rescue package that allows casinos to make payments in lieu of taxes, or PILOT, for the next 10 years was finally signed into law in May 2016. But the controversy did not…
  7. Guadagno hits at Christie while launching campaign

    Nj1015.com - New Jersey (NJ) 01.17 / 18:10 nj1015.com
    The state cannot afford to turn the Statehouse into the Palace of Versailles according to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno at her announcement. Continue…
  8. Shooting, assaults and drug busts: January 17, 2017 Trentonian Police Blotter

    Trentonian.com-NJ 01.17 / 17:56 www.trentonian.com
    The information below was provided by police unless otherwise noted.Trenton Shooting: A 17-year-old male was shot in the shoulder Monday night. The teen told police he was a passenger in a vehicle in the 400 block of Stuyvesant Avenue when a bullet entered the car and struck…
  1. Updated: Cubans bemoan end of ‘wet foot, dry foot’ immigration policy

    Abqjournal.com-NM 01.17 / 20:52 www.abqjournal.com
    MIAMI — In a hotel room in suburban Miami, Luis Alberto Rodriguez wept when he heard that a government policy granting residency to Cubans who arrive on U.S. soil was ending. That means it could take two years or more before his wife and two children still in Cuba can legally join him here. Rodriguez […
  2. Tina Mion exhibit opens Thursday at WNMU

    Scsun-news.com - New Mexico (NM) 01.17 / 20:33 scsun-news.com
    SILVER CITY — An opening and reception will be held for artist Tina Mion at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19 at the McCray Gallery at WNMU. The event is free and open to the pub…
  3. Autopsy: Oklahoma State student died of alcohol poisoning

    Observer-online.com - Local 01.17 / 20:17 www.rrobserver.com
    STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — An autopsy on an Oklahoma State University student from Texas who was found dead in a fraternity house says he died of alcohol poisoning and an enlarged h…
  4. Updated: Why this Wall Street powerhouse says women shouldn’t try to be like men at work

    Abqjournal.com-NM 01.17 / 20:15 www.abqjournal.com
    Back in 2002, Wall Street veteran Sallie Krawcheck was dubbed one of “the last honest analysts” by Fortune Magazine. At the time, she was heading up independent research shop Sanford Bernstein just as Wall Street analysts’ reputations had come under fire, and was about to continue her meteoric rise, becoming the CEO of Smith Barney, […]…
  5. Sitel to close Las Cruces facility; will begin to cut staff of about 400 in March

    Lascrucesbulletin.com - Las Cruces 01.17 / 19:56 lascrucesbulletin.com
    Bulletin report Sitel, which employs about 400 workers in Las Cruces, informed Mayor Ken Miyagishima on Thursday, Jan. 5 that the facility will close for good in March. Miyagishima said the company informed him via fax on Thursday about the decision and that he has sense spoken to John Muñoz, site director for the …
  6. Obama's Successes, Failures And Impact On America

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 01.17 / 19:48 krwg.org
    In the new book A Consequential President: The Legacy of Barack Obama , Michael DAntonio looks at Barack Obamas presidency through the promises he made when he was campaigning for office. DAntonio tells…
  7. Woman sentenced in Desert Sands Motel arson

    Abqjournal.com-NM 01.17 / 19:39 www.abqjournal.com
    The woman who set fire to the iconic Desert Sands motel was sentenced Tuesday morning to two years in prison. Jennifer Maestas, 37, pleaded no contest to one count of arson under an agreement with the District Attorney’s Office. Prosecutor Nora Wilson said Maestas set fire to a mattress inside of the building on May […
  8. Veterans Creative Arts Festival Applications Available

    Krwg.org - New Mexico (NM) 01.17 / 19:13 krwg.org
    ALBUQUERQUE - New Mexico’s veterans are invited to show off their talents in the 14th annual Veterans Creative Arts Festival to be held Feb. 28 through March 3 at the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 1501 San Pedro Dr. SE, Albuquerque. Main divisions for the festival are Music, Art, Creative Writing, Drama and Dance. Local winners go on to compete at the national level via digital images and videotape. The Visual Arts entries will be on display from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Feb. …
  1. Southold Town considers joining East End fishery study

    Officials from all five East End towns are being asked to contribute money toward a comprehensive socioeconomic study of the local... Read More The post Southold Town considers joining East End fishery study appeared first on Suffolk …
  2. On the Market: Historic Near East Side Properties

    Buffalorising.com - Buffalo 01.17 / 21:04 buffalorising.com
    Visionaries Wanted. Two historic properties have been recently listed for sale in the near East Side. A boarding house complex at 68-72 Sycamore Street is…
  3. 30 years after disappearance in Ellenville area, police still hope to solve Joseph Helt case

    Dailyfreeman.com-NY 01.17 / 21:00 www.dailyfreeman.com
    ELLENVILLE, N.Y. >> It's been 30 years since teenager Joseph David Helt disappeared, but state police haven't given up hope of cracking the case.Helt, 17, set out in the snow on foot after a vehicle he and three friends had been using became disabled at Sam's Point Preserve in the wee hours of…
  4. Cop dead in apparent suicide had been hailed for prior arrests

    Silive.com-NY 01.17 / 21:00 www.silive.com
    An NYPD officer pronounced dead Tuesday morning from a self-inflicted gunshot wound was identified as 31-year-old Yong…
  5. 2 American Airlines planes clip each other at LaGuardia Airport

    7online.com - New York 01.17 / 20:54 7online.com
    The Port Authority said an American Airlines plane struck an American Eagle aircraft, operated by Republic Airlines, while pushing back from D gates at Terminal…
  6. Letters: Verona should not give up land fight; Born and unborn alike must be protected

    Verona should not give upTo the Town of Verona residents:Recently the Town Board of Verona voted to drop the land in to trust case.The federal government is trying to overstep state sovereignty and grant tax free status to the purchased lands outside of the Oneida Indian Nation's 32 acre…
  7. Police: Auburn man threatened woman with a machete

    Auburnpub.com-NY 01.17 / 20:52 auburnpub.com
    An Auburn man is facing felony charges after three domestic incidents with a woman including one where he threatened her with a…
  8. Researchers create a battery with a built-in fire extinguisher

    Pix11.com-NY 01.17 / 20:52 pix11.com
    SAN FRANCISCO — Researchers want to make sure batteries stop exploding. Stanford University researchers have created a way to prevent faulty batteries from catching on fire. The solution involves a failsafe — in the form of a miniature fire extinguisher — built directly into Lithium-ion batteries. Although the team designed the test for large-scale batteries found in electric cars, the same technology could be applied to smaller devices like smartphones in the future. L…
  1. Man Charged With Cocaine Trafficking in Whispering Pines

    Thepilot.com - Southern Pines 01.17 / 21:07 thepilot.com
    A Sanford man was arrested last week in connection with cocaine trafficking in Whispering…
  2. Raleigh boosts city employee pay

    Newsobserver.com-NC 01.17 / 20:52 www.newsobserver.com
    The city’s lowest-paid employees will soon get a pay bump of about $5,000. The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday unanimously adopted a Universal Living Wage policy, which bases salaries of … Click to Continue »…
  3. Pence promises big investment in infrastructure

    Wbtv.com-NC 01.17 / 20:52 www.wbtv.com
    Vice President-elect Mike Pence is pledging to a group of mayors that the Trump administration will make a serious investment in…
  4. Attorneys give closing arguments, jury deliberates in Joseph Zinna trial

    Wbtv.com-NC 01.17 / 20:52 www.wbtv.com
    Zinna is accused of shooting and wounding his wife before shooting and killing his neighbor, Mark Sheridan, on New Year's Day…
  5. U.S. Justice Department, N.C. Governor Ask Judge To Dismiss Order On Medicaid Expansion

    Wfae.org - North Carolina (NC) 01.17 / 20:45 wfae.org
    The U.S. Justice Department argues the fight over Governor Roy Cooper's proposed Medicaid expansion does not belong in federal court. Its attorneys and Cooper's are asking a federal judge to lift her temporary restraining order on the expansion…
  6. Theater review: Romeo And Juliet by Mountain Art Theatre

    Mountainx.com - Asheville 01.17 / 20:27 mountainx.com
    The production, staged on the new Fangmeyer stage at Haywood Arts Regional Theatre, runs through Sunday, Jan.…
  7. Jeanne Wooten Leonard, 87, rescued hundreds of animals

    Portcitydaily.com - North Carolina (NC) 01.17 / 19:59 portcitydaily.com
    WILMINGTON — Jeanne Wooten Leonard, 87, died Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017. She was born in McCormick, S.C., to William Hoyt Wooten and Mozelle Bradshaw Wooten. Ms. Leonard was an avid animal lover who rescued hundreds of animals. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters, Patricia W. Shoaf and Judith W. Dilzer.…
  8. Seahawk baseball ranked 24th in D1Baseball Preseason Poll

    Wect.com-NC 01.17 / 19:39 www.wect.com
    Coming off another NCAA tournament appearance and returning seven position starters from one of the nation's top offenses, UNCW is ranked 24th in D1Baseball's preseason top-25 rankings released on…
  1. Port: Gov. Doug Burgum has broken his pledges on tax and fee hikes

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 01.17 / 20:37 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNNot once but twice during his campaign last year Governor Doug Burgum signed pledges to oppose increases in the state’s taxes and fees. In March Burgum signed a pledge ci…
  2. Roger Kamletz

    Newsdakota.com-ND 01.17 / 20:24 www.newsdakota.com
    Roger D. Kamletz, 80, passed away Sunday, January 15, 2017, at his home in Edgeley, ND after battling cancer for five years. Roger Kamletz was born September 13, 1936 at Berlin, ND, the son of Lou and Gladys (Gilpin) Kamletz. Roger married Helene Schlosser on July 3, 1959.  They started their family in Jamestown where Roger worked at the dairy barns at the North Dakota State Hospital before going into … …
  3. Annual Lake Ashtabula Fishing Derby Results

    Newsdakota.com-ND 01.17 / 20:24 www.newsdakota.com
    SIBLEY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Some 240 people attended the annual Barnes County Wildlife Federation’s 34th annual Fishing Derby. There were a 9 fish weighed after the derby held on January 14th 2017 on Lake Ashtabula. Below are the results of the 2017 Lake Ashtabula Fishing Derby:   Perch                                                           Prize                                      Weight                 1.       Jessie Knutson, Moorhead          Vexilar FL12       …
  4. Fargo city panel gives unanimous support to saving historic home

    Kfgo.com-ND 01.17 / 20:24 kfgo.com
    FARGO (KFGO) - Fargo's Historic Preservation Commission has given its endorsement to saving the house owned by John and Sherri Stern. The city is seeking to buy out the home to build a $3.4 million dike to protect the flood-prone Belmont Park neighborhood and the nearby water treatment plant. The home is one four the city needs in order to build the floodwall and is prepared to use eminent domain.  The board determined the home near the Red River is historically significant because i…
  5. Judge issues order blocking hiring of Graves

    Redspringscitizen.com - North Dakota (ND) 01.17 / 20:01 redspringscitizen.com
    LUMBERTON — A Superior Court judge today granted a temporary restraining order blocking the Board of Education from hiring Thomas Graves as the new schools superintendent. Gary Locklear, one of three lawyers representing a citizens group that filed the lawsuit, said Judge Jack Hooks granted the order shortly after 1 p.m. and all that remained…
  6. Trump accuses civil rights leader Lewis of lying about inauguration

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 01.17 / 20:00 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNWASHINGTON—U.S. President-elect Donald Trump extended his war of words with African-American civil rights leader John Lewis on Tuesday, Jan. 17, accusing the Democratic congressman of lying when he said T…
  7. Valley City Burglary Under Investigation; Search For Stolen Vehicle Continues

    Newsdakota.com-ND 01.17 / 17:57 www.newsdakota.com
    VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Valley City Police are searching for a stolen vehicle and are asking for the public’s assistance. Acting Police Chief Phil Hatcher said police officer’s responded to a report of three vehicles and a gun that were stolen from a home in the Riverside Drive area of Valley City on Monday, January 16th. Hatcher said two vehicle’s and a gun have been recovered but the search ……
  8. Bill to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation introduced again in North Dakota

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 01.17 / 16:55 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNBISMARCK -- A group of North Dakota lawmakers have reintroduced legislation to ban discrimination based on a person’s sexual orientation, setting up what could be a replay of o…
  1. Kindness paid a visit to town

    Recordherald.com - Ohio (OH) 01.17 / 21:06 recordherald.com
    Mr. Editor: Kindness paid a visit to our town! On Sunday I was taken to dinner by my son and his wife. While waiting to be seated I was talking to a couple and their little girl, and casually commented that it was my birthday that we were celebrating. When we were seated it just…
  2. Record high temperature recorded at Cleveland airport

    19actionnews.com-OH 01.17 / 21:00 www.19actionnews.com
    Temperatures are expected to be unseasonably warm this week, and a record-high was set Tuesday at Hopkins…
  3. Sisters reported missing in 1985 found, mom arrested

    Fox8.com-OH 01.17 / 21:00 fox8.com
    SCITUATE, R.I.– Rhode Island State Police say two children reported missing in 1985 have been located in the Houston area and their mother has been charged with snatching them. Police said Tuesday an anonymous tip two days before Christmas led them to Kimberly and Kelly Yates, and their 69-year-old mother, Elaine. They said the mother had been living in Houston under the name Leina Waldberg. She was arrested on Monday without incident and faces arraignment Wednesday in Rhode Island…
  4. Bluffton Community Preschool moving to Presbyterian Church

    Blufftonicon.com - Bluffton 01.17 / 20:59 blufftonicon.com
    Offering classes for area 3- and 4-year-oldsBluffton Community Preschool, one of the many important non-profit organizations in Bluffton, will soon have a new home. The preschool is currently located in First United Methodist Church. Due to the church's need for additional classroom space, this fall the preschool went in search of a new home. That new home, beginning next school year, is Bluffton Presbyterian Church. Members of the preschool board recently signed a lease with the…
  5. Trumbull Opiate Task Force concerned over future of Obamacare

    Wfmj.com-OH 01.17 / 20:52 www.wfmj.com
    With Obamacare seemingly on life support in Washington, there is concern it could cause an unraveling of addiction and mental health coverage. The ASAP Opiate Task Force meets regularly to address the opiate epidemic plaguing the community. It's a coalition formed by the Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board. It's director says the affordable care act has been a great resource for the…
  6. Will Donald Trump dump Richard Cordray as consumer protector? Can he? We may soon find out

    Blog.cleveland.com - Ohio (OH) 01.17 / 20:47 blog.cleveland.com
    Former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray might be ousted from the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But Democratic senators are sending words of…
  7. Strongsville charter muddy on spending increases prior to City Council approval

    Blog.cleveland.com - Ohio (OH) 01.17 / 20:46 blog.cleveland.com
    Strongsville's charter allows City Council, in an "emergency," to approve spending increases for hired contractors after a project is completed, according to Law Director Neal Jamison. But the charter provision to which Jamison referred doesn't explicitly permit the city administration to increase project spending prior to a council…
  8. Playoff committee adds new members

    Recordherald.com - Ohio (OH) 01.17 / 20:29 recordherald.com
    IRVING, Texas (AP) — Former Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith and Robert Morris University President Chris Howard have been added to the College Football Playoff selection committee. The three new members will begin three-year terms next season. College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock also announced in a statement…
  1. Rancher loses thumb at rodeo, still picks up four first-place scores

    Kfor.com-OK 01.17 / 20:52 kfor.com
    DENVER, Colo. — Life at the National Western Stock Show can be fun. But Justin Johnson is proof life can also be dangerous. During a recent team roping event, Johnson, a rancher from outside Casper, Wyo., lost his thumb. “This is probably the No. 1 danger of team roping events is cutting your fingers out,” Johnson told KDVR from his hospital room. Johnson said his thumb got stuck on a saddle horn and his trusty rope quickly became a nasty knife. “I […
  2. Say goodbye to the big top – Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus to permanently close

    Kfor.com-OK 01.17 / 20:16 kfor.com
    “The Greatest Show on Earth” will close the curtain for the last time after 146 years of circus performances. Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus will permanently close in May after ticket sales plummeted after retiring its elephant acts in May of 2016. “Ringling Bros. ticket sales have been declining, but following the transition of the elephants off the road, we saw an even more dramatic drop,” said Kenneth Feld, circus owner and CEO of Feld…
  3. Washington County Commissioners

    The Washington County Commissioners met on Tuesday morning for their weekly meeting, as Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The commissioners heard a presentation from Washington County Emergency Management Director, Kary Cox, over the Oklahoma Homeland Security Grant Program Award terms and conditions. The commissioners also approved a claim for salary and benefits for the Washington County State Election Board Secretary for December. During the Commissioner's…
  4. Discover Oklahoma: Smokin' Joe's Barbecue

    Kswo.com-OK 01.17 / 19:39 www.kswo.com
    Oklahoma is certainly known for its many outstanding barbecue restaurants. This weekend on Discover Oklahoma, find out about one that became so popular, they had to expand the business. “I’ve heard it for years, you have to try Smokin Joe’s Barbecue – folks are driving from all over the state and any place that says ‘I like pig butts’- it’s gotta be some good stuff. We’re going inside to check it out.” As soon as you hit the…
  5. Thousands of medical records may have been compromised

    Krmg.com - Tulsa 01.17 / 19:12 www.krmg.com
    Officials at Children's Hospital Los Angeles say a laptop stolen from a physician's car last year may have contained personal health information for…
  6. Tulsa woman reportedly leaves 5-year-old home alone

    Krmg.com - Tulsa 01.17 / 18:35 www.krmg.com
    KRMG is learning more about a triple homicide on Sunday, near East 29th and MLK Jr.…
  7. Broken Arrow To Auction Off Surplus Items Online

    Newson6.com-OK 01.17 / 18:25 www.newson6.com
    Bargain hunters will have their shot at used trucks, cars, snow plows, fitness equipment, office furniture, electronics and much more during the City of Broken Arrow's 12-day online surplus…
  8. Q&A with Kristin Chenoweth — Oklahoma's shining star of stage and screen(s)

    Normantranscript.com - Norman 01.17 / 18:00 normantranscript.com
    Kristin Chenoweth is known the world over as one of Broadway’s famous voices — a powerful voice married to a 4’ 11”-frame topped with a quick-witted mind and trademark blonde hair…
  1. Ice storm takes aim at Columbia River Gorge

    Koin.com - Portland 01.17 / 20:54 koin.com
    Freezing rain and ice are still expected to hit the region Tuesday, but rising temperatures in the metro indicate the bulk of the ice will…
  2. Piston Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Piston market is estimated at $3380.05 million in 2015 and is expected…
  3. School closures make parents stir crazy

    Koin.com-OR 01.17 / 20:24 koin.com
    "We love spending time with our children, but there is also a balance to our sanity," one mom told KOIN 6 News. "We need a little time to…
  4. Specialty Chemicals Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Specialty Chemicals market is accounted for $346.49 billion in 2015 and is…
  5. Eugenian Among Those Watching Donald Trump Sworn In

    Klcc.org - Oregon (OR) 01.17 / 19:19 klcc.org
    Among those attending Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington is the Eugene woman who was his campaign manager in Lane County. As KLCC’s Brian Bull reports, she has high hopes for the Trump adm…
  6. Lawmakers to consider allowing medical marijuana at schools

    Koin.com-OR 01.17 / 19:10 koin.com
    SEATTLE (AP) — Washington lawmakers this week will consider a bill that would allow parents to administer medical marijuana to their c…
  7. Bio-implants Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Bio-implants market is accounted for $60.3 billion in 2015 and is expected…
  8. Three Oregon Football Players Hospitalized

    Mycentraloregon.com - Bend 01.17 / 17:28 mycentraloregon.com
    Eugene, Ore. – Following a series of intense workouts, at least three Oregon football players have reportedly been hospitalized. The Oregonian reported (http://bit.ly/2iCfSGt ) late Monday the players remain hospitalized after being taken there late last week. Continue Reading…
  1. Chatham University seeking nominees for Rachel Carson Healthy Planet Award

    Nextpittsburgh.com - Pittsburgh 01.17 / 21:05 nextpittsburgh.com
    The school put out a call for nominations for the Rachel Carson Healthy Planet Award for high schoolers dedicated to sustainability and community development. The post Chatham University seeking nominees for Rachel Carson Healthy Planet Award appeared first on…
  2. Commonwealth Press moves production to Allentown warehouse

    Nextpittsburgh.com - Pittsburgh 01.17 / 21:04 nextpittsburgh.com
    After being uprooted from the South Side Commonwealth Press relocates to the Hilltop. The post Commonwealth Press moves production to Allentown warehouse appeared first on…
  3. Startup visa alternative will launch in July

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 01.17 / 20:58 gantdaily.com
    A new pathway to the U.S. will open up for foreign entrepreneurs in July. Called the International Entrepreneurs Rule, foreigners can soon apply for “parole status” to stay and build fast-growing startups in the U.S. The status is typically granted to individuals who need a visa to work on humanitarian or medical relief. But effective…
  4. Interior nominee will review Obama limits on oil and gas drilling

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 01.17 / 20:58 gantdaily.com
    President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Interior Department pledged Tuesday to review Obama administration actions limiting oil and gas drilling in Alaska and said he does not believe climate change is a hoax. Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke is appearing before Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee as the Senate heads into a second week…
  5. Redevelopment authority won’t buy crumbling bridge in Exeter

    Citizensvoice.com - Local 01.17 / 20:54 citizensvoice.com
    WEST PITTSTON — The Luzerne County Redevelopment Authority won’t take over the Coxton Railroad Bridge. A vote to buy the crumbling structure in Exeter for $1 from current owner Pilar Glodzik failed at Tuesday’s meeting. The authority was in discussions wi…
  6. Pa.'s newest AG takes office

    Ydr.com - York 01.17 / 20:47 ydr.com
    Democrat Josh Shapiro is the third person to serve as attorney general since Kathleen Kane resigned last…
  7. Kennett High musicians selected for district festivals

    Eight incredibly talented Kennett High School musicians have been selected by audition to various Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) District 12 Honor Festivals. District 12 includes Chester and Delaware counties and is undeniably one of the most competitive in the state.Victoria Gonzalez (bass clarinet), Yvonna Liszewski (flute), and Evan Shinn (euphonium) will be a part of the District Band Festival, February 9 - 11 at Bayard Rustin High…
  8. Memorial service held for slain teen Grace Packer

    Dailylocal.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 01.17 / 20:23 dailylocal.com
    ABINGTON >> Mourners filled the seats and lined the walls at New Life Presbyterian Church in Glenside Monday to celebrate the life and mourn the unspeakable death of Grace Packer.As "Wind Beneath My Wings" played in the background, several hundred members of the community, along with some members of her family, filed by a photo display of the Abington…
  1. RI man’s death is third Maine snowmobile fatality of season

    Wpri.com-RI 01.17 / 20:24 wpri.com
    Authorities say the crash is still being investigated. They say it appears speed and lack of familiarity with trail conditions are possible…
  2. Belly’s bassist Gail Greenwood discusses cancer battle and support for the Affordable Care Act.

    Thenewportbuzz.com - Newport 01.17 / 19:39 thenewportbuzz.com
    In a personal note addressed the to Belly family, Belly’s bassist Gail Greenwood discusses her battle with cancer and her support for the Affordable Care Act. Dear Belly family, Unfortunately, as far too many of us know, cancer never comes at a good time. Last April, in the middle of rehearsals for Belly’s 2016 reunion […
  3. Q&A: RIC president on teacher preparation programs

    Wpri.com-RI 01.17 / 17:57 wpri.com
    The Rhode Island Department of Education recently renewed Rhode Island College's teacher preparation programs for a 3-year…
  4. Lorraine C. Hogan – Smithfield

    Valleybreeze.com - Lincoln 01.17 / 17:41 valleybreeze.com
    Lorraine C. Hogan, 89, passed away peacefully, January 16, 2017 at Cortland Place. She was the widow of Richard W. Hogan. They had been married for 66 years at the time of his death in 2015. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Charles A. and Zita (Paulhus) Richard. She is survived by her sons, Michael C. Hogan and John J. Hogan and his wife, Corinne, all of Greenville; her grandchildren Ashley and Christopher Hogan; her sisters Jean Accinno of Barrington and Carol Richard…
  5. RI man's death is third Maine snowmobile fatality of season

    Abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 01.17 / 17:33 abc6.com
    Maine authorities say a Rhode Island man died in a snowmobile crash in northern…
  6. RISP: Arrest made, 2 missing children located in 1985 child snatching case

    Wpri.com-RI 01.17 / 16:43 wpri.com
    BREAKING NEWS // Police said they have arrested a non-custodial parent and have located two children, though they did not reveal any further information…
  7. Timothy Nolan exhibits in Hunter Gallery at St. George’s School

    Thenewportbuzz.com - Newport 01.17 / 16:35 thenewportbuzz.com
    “The Sky Hides The Night Behind It,” an exhibition of small collages and large-scale, collage-based prints on aluminum and fabric by artist Timothy Nolan, is on view in the Hunter Gallery at the Drury and Grosvenor Center for the Arts at St. George’s School from Feb. 3, 2016 – March 10, 2017. A reception with [……
  8. North Kingston home invasion ends in arrest

    Ww.abc6.com - Rhode Island (RI) 01.17 / 16:24 ww.abc6.com
    By: ABC6 News Staff news@abc6.com @ABC6 A home invasion by a masked suspect in North Kingstown ends in the arrest of an Exeter man. Jordan Rice, 33, turned himself in to State Police and is set to be arraigned in Kent Count Court today. Police were called to 693 Dry Bridge Road for a disturbance around 7:20 Monday night. They say Rice entered the home through a back door carrying a loaded shot gun, pointed it at a woman inside and demanded money. A male resident then grabbed the…
  1. Dare to dream big – like Renfrow and the champion Clemson Tigers

    Fortmilltimes.com-SC 01.17 / 20:16 www.fortmilltimes.com
    Jan. 10, 2017: It was another bone-chilling morning in our region following a much anticipated weekend storm that left more ice than snow and days of below freezing temperatures. But … Click to Continue…
  2. 'All in' the Family: Father, son share destiny, number on Tigers title teams

    Wistv.com-SC 01.17 / 20:16 www.wistv.com
    When we first spoke with Bill Smith of the 1981 Clemson National Championship Team it was by phone, because he was driving back from Tampa the day after watching his son Cannon win a national title with Clemson…
  3. Students learn making right choices today impacts life forever through Project LEAD

    Wmbfnews.com-SC 01.17 / 19:10 www.wmbfnews.com
    Leaders in our community are trying to lay an early foundation for students to make better choices through a program called Project…
  4. Two arrested in connection to murder, shooting

    Myhorrynews.com - Conway 01.17 / 18:41 myhorrynews.com
    Two Loris men have been arrested in connection with a murder investigation in Myrtle Beach, according to a press release from Lt. Joey Crosby of the Myrtle Beach Police…
  5. Woman accused of kidnapping infant, raising child as her own extradited to Florida

    Live5news.com-SC 01.17 / 18:33 www.live5news.com
    Deputies from Jacksonville, Florida are expected to pick up the woman accused of kidnapping a baby from a hospital 18 years…
  6. ‘Inappropriate’ social media accounts target West Ashley High School students

    Staff at West Ashley High School contacted police following several complaints from students and parents regarding multiple social media pages depicting “inappropriate pictures and posts” about current and former students. On Jan. 4, the mother of a female student called the school to bring the Instagram pages to the attention of the school’s head guidance counselor. more… …
  7. Gowdy to chair House subcommittee on crime, terror investigations

    Foxcarolina.com-SC 01.17 / 17:57 www.foxcarolina.com
    U.S. Representative Trey Gowdy from South Carolina was named chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security and…
  8. Two suspects charged with murder in connection to Myrtle Beach motel shooting death

    Wmbfnews.com-SC 01.17 / 17:57 www.wmbfnews.com
    Two men have been arrested and charged with murder in connection with a shooting death that occurred early Thursday morning at the Lazy G Motel in Myrtle Beach, according to a police…
  1. U.S. Marshals: Abducted Children Believed To Be In Black Hills

    Keloland.com-SD 01.17 / 20:24 www.keloland.com
    The U.S. Marshals Service believes that two children abducted from Wisconsin are in the Black Hills…
  2. 4 drugs could be added to those controlled in SD

    Rapidcityjournal.com - Local 01.17 / 19:42 rapidcityjournal.com
    South Dakota appears poised to add more drugs to its list of controlled…
  3. Complaints against Badlands Speedway

    Ktwb.com-SD 01.17 / 19:39 ktwb.com
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - A neighbor to the Badlands Speedway today requested that the Minnehaha County Commission curb the venue's types of activities, hours and noise level. Commission legal counsel Kersten Kappmeyer told Tom Wurtzima  that even though the Speedway is for sale, potential events may be grand fathered in. Kappmeyer says past County Commissions have been loath to consider a noise ordinance for rural parts of the county.  Operating farm machinery has a lot to…
  4. BHSU Jacket Ride to be featured on national TV program

    Bhpioneer.com-SD 01.17 / 19:39 www.bhpioneer.com
    SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University Dennis Kirk Jacket Ride will be featured on the national TV series “Secret Eats” on Feb. 1…
  5. Gargantuan Gator Spotted At Florida Reserve

    Keloland.com-SD 01.17 / 19:10 www.keloland.com
    Only a small group of people were lucky enough — or depending on how you feel about alligators, unlucky enough — to see the massive, prehistoric beast Sun…
  6. More Broadway in Sioux Falls

    Ktwb.com-SD 01.17 / 18:25 ktwb.com
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - More Broadway at the Washington Pavilion as all six of the series theater productions will expand from two to three performances. Director of the Husby Performing Arts Center Gina Ruhberg says there's been an over 100% percent increase in the Pavilion Performance Series in the last five years. Ruhberg says Broadway agents and producers want to bring their shows to the Pavilion in Sioux Falls because of the demand.  She says they know the shows will sell…
  7. Pierre Suspect Arrested for Theft of Motor Vehicle and Petty Theft from a Business

    Drgnews.com - South Dakota (SD) 01.17 / 17:20 drgnews.com
    PIERRE SD – In a statement released Tuesday morning from Pierre Police Captain Elton Blemaster  he reports that on Friday at 7:37 AM Pierre Police had a report of a stolen 2005 Chevrolet Equinox valued at $6,500 damage from the 400 block of S. Pawnee. Torrell Flute (male), 18 of Pierre was arrested for Theft of a Motor Vehicle Over $1,000.  He was transported to the Hughes Co. Jail. It … …
  8. Americans for Prosperity takes stand against using taxpayer dollars for political campaigns

    Dakotawarcollege.com - South Dakota (SD) 01.17 / 16:33 dakotawarcollege.com
    From my mailbox: South Dakota needs your help. With the passage of Measure 22 last election, South Dakotans will be forced to fund political campaigns with their tax dollars. That’s why Americans for Prosperity-South Dakota is calling state legislators to Repeal 22 and enact meaningful campaign finance and ethics reforms. Measure 22 was passed thanks to big spending by out-of-state interests. Supporters promoted it under the guise of campaign finance reform, but Measure 22 will ac…
  1. Five takeaways from McMillan's State of the City address

    The mayor primarily spoke on roads, downtown, athletic complex and the performing arts…
  2. Automotive Alloy Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Automotive Alloy market is estimated at $108.59 billion in 2015 and is…
  3. Automotive Telematics Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Automotive Telematics market is accounted for $14.31 billion in 2015 and is…
  4. Password Management Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Password Management market is accounted for $352.03 million in 2015 and is…
  5. Guitar maker for Los Lobos, Old Crow Medicine Show shines in Nashville

    Tennessean.com - Tennessee (TN) 01.17 / 19:27 tennessean.com
    Manuel Delgado moved from East L.A. to East Nashville, bringing with him a majestic craft of a third-generation…
  6. Motion: Violent ex-con too dangerous to go unshackled

    Tennessean.com - Tennessee (TN) 01.17 / 19:26 tennessean.com
    With a violent ex-con threatening to shove a federal prosecutor’s case down his throat, the United States Marshals Service is making a rare request to outfit him with a shock belt during his upcoming trial, court records s…
  7. Chilled Beam System Market Size, Analysis, Trends, Report, Share, Investment Opportunities and Forecast To 2022

    Stratistics MRC, one stop shop for all your market research needs. According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Chilled Beam System market is accounted for $214.6 million in 2015 and…
  8. Texas Roadhouse finally open in Murfreesboro

    Dnj.com - Local 01.17 / 19:03 www.dnj.com
    Fresh bread, hand-cut steaks, fall-off-the-bone ribs, fresh sides made to order, made-from-scratch margaritas on…
  1. Newspaper for Sale

    Parkcitiespeople.com - Texas (TX) 01.17 / 21:04 parkcitiespeople.com
    D Magazine Partners Chairman and CEO Wick Allison made it known that he was actively seeking buyers for this…
  2. Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano Undergoing Caner Treatment

    Twcnews.com - Austin 01.17 / 21:02 www.twcnews.com
    The Office of the President said in a statement Tuesday that Napolitano was diagnosed last August, but it didn't say what type of cancer she has or respond to inquiries seeking further…
  3. More than 50 acres burned at 3 Oaks Mine

    Elgincourier.com - Texas (TX) 01.17 / 21:00 elgincourier.com
     Strong winds from the southeast contributed to a large grass fire which burned more than 50 acres before being brought under control by local …
  4. Suspect shot, killed by Austin police officer identified

    Kxan.com - Austin 01.17 / 20:54 kxan.com
    Police say the man returned with a shotgun and an AR15 assault rifle and started firing gunshots in the…
  5. Wife of Pulse Nightclub Gunman Omar Mateen Knew He Would Attack, US Attorney Says

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 01.17 / 20:51 ktbb.com
    Facebook(SAN FRANCISCO) — The wife of the gunman who carried out a mass shooting in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub made her first appearance at a federal court in California Tuesday, where a prosecutor claimed that “she knew he was going to conduct the attack.” Gunman Omar Mateen’s wife, Noor Salman, who was arrested by the … Continue reading Wife of Pulse Nightclub Gunman Omar Mateen Knew He Would Attack, US Attorney…
  6. Baby stops crying watching Dallas Cowboys

    Abc13.com - Houston 01.17 / 20:40 abc13.com
    Three-month-old girl with heart defect finds peace, safety watching Dallas Cowboys…
  7. Panthers edge Bulldogs, 61-55

    Thelafayettesun.com -  Chambers County 01.17 / 20:33 thelafayettesun.com
    Story & Photos By Pamela Holloway Correspondent That’s right rivalry week in January.   Due to a make up game, the LaFayette Bulldogs and the Lanett Panthers are set to go to battle two times in a stretch of five days.   The first of two games between the LaFayette Bulldogs and the Lanett Panthers [R…
  8. Encore Houston, Episode 2: KINETIC

    The string orchestra KINETIC presents music about darkness and light in their season opening concert of…
  1. Buffs hold on to beat Park City at home

    Tooeleonline.com - Utah (UT) 01.17 / 20:42 tooeleonline.com
    art on Thursday against Park City, but the Buffaloes pulled out a victory in the end. The Buffs scored two points in the first quarter of the 47-35 home win. “I was a little worried about the start, we came out sluggish,” Tooele head coach Randy Goss said. “Then we subbed and the intensity picked [R…
  2. Smith & Edwards 'guess the gun' contest kicks off annual sale and auction

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 01.17 / 20:35 standard.net
    If you call yourself a history buff, a gun aficionado or you're a really good guesser, now is the chance to put your knowledge (or luck) to the…
  3. Hansen makes presentation on wagon trains at SUP meeting

    Tooeleonline.com - Utah (UT) 01.17 / 20:06 tooeleonline.com
    On Thursday, Jan. 5, Robert Hansen told a fascinating and little-known piece of LDS immigration history that has been largely lost, even by those who are descendants of those immigrants involved. After The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was established in Utah, the Perpetual Immigration Fund was established to help converts, especially Europeans,…
  4. A cold night, a busted furnace and how to be a genuine giver

    Tooeleonline.com - Utah (UT) 01.17 / 20:05 tooeleonline.com
    It was cold outside. I’d like to say unseasonably cold. But, the cold was in season. It was just much colder than usual. It was so cold that when my cell phone rang, I could hardly answer it. My finger on the cold touch screen could barely activate the call. On my phone I heard […
  5. Sports Wrap – January 17, 2017

    Tooeleonline.com - Utah (UT) 01.17 / 20:05 tooeleonline.com
    Youth Soccer TC United is now accepting applications for the spring soccer season. You can register online at www.tc-united.com. Live registration will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Jan. 28, and 6-8 p.m. on Jan. 30 at Tooele City Hall. If you registered in the fall, you are already registered for the spring…
  6. Police warn of fake fundraising accounts for officer killed in crash

    CedarcityUT.com-UT 01.17 / 18:25 www.cedarcityutah.com
    ST. GEORGE — Following the death of a North Las Vegas Police detective who was killed this month after a traffic collision involving a wrong-way driver, officials said they had been made aware of fraudulent fundraising efforts created in the detective’s name. “There are NO authorized or legitimate GoFundMe accounts set up to benefit Detective (Chad) […
  7. 12K pages of design may propel a nuclear energy future for Utah consumers

    Ksl.com-UT 01.17 / 14:45 www.ksl.com
    A Utah energy cooperative is pursuing nuclear power as part of a portfolio of options for its customers, which include 44 members in Utah and seven other Western states. A design application was recently submitted to the Nuclear Regulatory…
  8. Catholic high school seniors give back in weeklong service project

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 01.17 / 12:38 standard.net
    OGDEN — For the second year in a row, the seniors of Saint Joseph Catholic High School got an entire week off from s…
  1. Watts: The Gas Tax

    Digital.vpr.net-VT 01.17 / 20:16 digital.vpr.net
    When my parents moved to Putney in 1964, we bought our gasoline at the General Store. The gasoline cost 32 cents a gallon – which, when you adjust for inflation – is about $2.50 today. In fact, when I stopped to buy gas just recently, the cost was $2.30 cents – actually cheaper today, in real terms, than fifty years ago. At the same time, transportation has changed dramatically. In 1964 it took a half hour to get from Putney to Brattleboro on Route 5. Today you can do the trip in five minut…
  2. Missoula Children’s Theatre to Offer ‘Alice in Wonderland’

    VTnews-guide.com-VT 01.17 / 17:49 vermontnews-guide.com
    Audiences of all ages will get a fresh look at an old favorite this weekend when the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) and more than 65 local students present an original adaptation of ‘Alice In Wonderland,’ based on Lewis Carroll’s classic ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ and ‘Through the Looking Glass.’ The story begins with Alice and her older sister Margaret reading […]…
  3. Fell's attorneys seek evidence from police

    Wcax.com-VT 01.17 / 17:19 www.wcax.com
    Attorneys representing a man charged with killing a Rutland supermarket worker more than 16 years ago say they have not been given enough time to prepare for the death penalty retrial of Donald Fell and are…
  4. Oh, What Fun!

    VTnews-guide.com-VT 01.17 / 17:12 vermontnews-guide.com
    On Sunday, January 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., you are encouraged to enjoy a picturesque sleigh ride at North Meadow Farm on North Road in Manchester. Up to ten people at a time will sit in a beautiful horse-drawn wooden sleigh as you ride across snow-covered fields to a roaring bonfire where hot chocolate and cookies await your…
  5. Scott to merge liquor and lottery, add tourism and marketing to commerce

    Oklahoma.watchdog.org - Vermont (VT) 01.17 / 14:28 oklahoma.watchdog.org
    The Scott administration announced Friday that restructuring changes will eliminate the Department of Tourism and Marketing and also merge the Department of Liquor Control with the Lottery…
  6. Local police honored at Patriots game

    Wcax.com-VT 01.17 / 00:46 www.wcax.com
    A big win for the New England Patriots over the weekend as they now move on to the AFC Championship Game this weekend.  But maybe an even bigger honor for an Upper Valley police…
  7. MLK weekend successful for ski resorts

    Wcax.com-VT 01.17 / 00:09 www.wcax.com
       The holiday weekend is pivotal for the ski industry and a strong barometer for the strength of the…
  8. Montpelier Women's March Planned For Saturday

    Digital.vpr.net-VT 01.16 / 21:35 digital.vpr.net
    A Women’s March and Unity Rally is being planned in Montpelier for Saturday afternoon. Organizers say the event is being held in solidarity with this weekend's planned National Women’s March on Washington and "sister marches" around the wor…
  1. Man shot in Falls Church area Monday night

    Fcnp.com - Local 01.17 / 20:25 fcnp.com
    A 21-year-old man was assaulted and shot in the Falls Church area of Fairfax Monday night, police said. Fairfax Co. Police say officers responded at 9: Read Man shot in Falls Church area Monday night on Falls Church News-Press…
  2. Local Volunteers Honor the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Restonnow.com-VA 01.17 / 20:16 www.restonnow.com
    About 100 volunteers gathered Saturday in Reston to participate in a day of community service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King…
  3. Information breach affects more than 5,000 Sentara Healthcare patients

    Dailyprogress.com-VA 01.17 / 20:16 www.dailyprogress.com
    Officials with Sentara Healthcare, the owner of Martha Jefferson Hospital, say more than 5,000 patient records have been compromised after a third-party vendor experienced a cybersecurity…
  4. Fire forces temporary closure of commercial laundry

    Nvdaily.com - Northern Virginia 01.17 / 19:58 nvdaily.com
    A commercial structure fire in Warren County forced a commercial laundry and linen services, located at 26 Kelley Drive in Front Royal, to temporarily close its doors Monday morning said Gerry Maiatico, fire marshal for the…
  5. Ricky Gray makes last-minute appeal to Supreme Court to stay execution

    Nbc12.com-VA 01.17 / 19:47 www.nbc12.com
    Governor Terry McAuliffe announced on Tuesday he would not intervene to stop the execution of convicted murderer Ricky Gray. Now Gray is appealing to the Supreme Court to stay the…
  6. Virginia lawmakers say they plan overdue debate on college costs, accountability

    A bipartisan group of 14 lawmakers from both chambers spoke out today against public universities they said seemed to have forgotten they are state-supported…
  7. Man arrested for Backpage.com robbery

    Wvec.com-VA 01.17 / 19:02 www.wvec.com
    NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WVEC) -- Investigators have arrested a man who they say robbed a woman at a hotel after answering her Backpage.com social media…
  8. Conservative talk radio host mulls...

    Wvec.com-VA 01.17 / 19:02 www.wvec.com
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham says she's considering a 2018 challenge to Democrat Tim Kaine for a U.S. Senate seat representing…
  1. How Can People of Faith in Pierce County Assist the Homeless?

    Thesubtimes.com - Tacoma 01.17 / 21:08 thesubtimes.com
    Submitted by Associated Ministries What can members of our community do to address the growing challenge of homelessness? People of faith and goodwill are invited to attend one of two interactive learning sessions regarding homelessness in Pierce County on Jan. 19 or 24; participants will come away with a better understanding of this crisis and…
  2. Maine Gov. LePage says NAACP should apologize to white people

    Q13fox.com - Washington (WA) 01.17 / 21:06 q13fox.com
    Hours after saying civil rights leader John Lewis should be grateful for what Republican presidents have done for black people, Maine Gov. Paul LePage says the NAACP should apologize to white people. The white GOP governor told the Portland Press Herald that “the blacks, the NAACP” paint all white people with one brush and that calling every white American a racist is an “insult.” Earlier Tuesday, LePage criticized Lewis over his comments that Republican Donald …
  3. Former Mariners President, Longtime Baseball Executive Dan O’Brien Sr. Dies at 87

    Seattle.cbslocal.com - Seattle 01.17 / 20:54 seattle.cbslocal.com
    O'brien began his baseball career in 1955 as a minor league general manager and spent 10 years in the minors before joining the Rangers. He left Texas to become president and later general manager of the Seattle…
  4. Councilmember Calls For Dedicated Muslim Liaison Unit Within MPD

    Dcist.com - Washington (WA) 01.17 / 20:32 dcist.com
    "To create a connection between MPD and the Muslim community, to establish this trust, to have them get to know one another so there's an understanding there, I just think that its a good idea now to get ahead of this," says Ward 3 Councilmember Mary Cheh. [ more › ]…
  5. Reps. Pramila Jayapal and Adam Smith won’t attend Trump’s inauguration

    Seattletimes.com - Seattle 01.17 / 20:26 www.seattletimes.com
    Two Democratic members of Washington’s congressional delegation, U.S. Reps. Pramila Jayapal and Adam Smith, plan to skip Donald Trump’s inauguration this wee…
  6. Sheriff's office: No crime found in Twitter post that led to East Valley school lockdown

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 01.17 / 20:18 www.yakimaherald.com
    11:49 a.m.: Yakima County sheriff’s deputies say they have completed an investigation into the incident involving the threat and have concluded that “no actual crime had occurred or was intended to be com…
  7. LISTEN: Three Officers Struck While Assisting a Disabled Vehicle

    Wmal.com - Washington (WA) 01.17 / 20:01 wmal.com
    A Montgomery County police officer and two state troopers were hit by a car while they were pulled over on the side of the…
  8. Chargers pummel Seagulls

    On Jan. 11, the Marysville Getchell girls basketball team took on the Everett Seagulls in what would turn out to be a blowout. The Chargers got off to a fast start as they multiplied Everett's first quarter by five, leading by a score of 15-3. Marysville Getchell rained threes and displayed incredible chemistry, finding the open shooter every time down the court. By the end of the first…
  1. Shapiro Sworn In As New Pennsylvania Attorney General

    Former Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro took the oath of office Tuesday as Pennsylvania’s next attorney general. …
  2. Manchin: Use settlement money for treatment

    Independentherald.com - West Virginia (WV) 01.17 / 20:33 independentherald.com
    U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), Recovery Point West Virginia, Burlington United Methodist Family Services, Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association, the West Virginia Primary Care Association, and Kanawha Communities That Care are calling on the state of West Virginia to use the $36 million settled in the case between…
  3. Alleged Get-away Car Driver In Fatal Shooting Turns Himself In to Police

    Erietvnews.com - Erie 01.17 / 20:26 www.erietvnews.com
    The alleged getaway driver in connection to a fatal shooting in Erie, has turned himself into police. 25-year-old Shawnquel Pennamon turned himself in, Tuesday afternoon. There was a warrant out for his arrest. Police say it's all part of the investigation outside the Shell Gas Station early Sunday morning at East 6th and Parade Streets in Erie. 26-year-old Marcell Flemings was killed int he…
  4. "Little Nicky" Scarfo, ex-Philly mob boss, dies in prison

    6abc.com - Philadelphia 01.17 / 20:25 6abc.com
    His reign over the Philadelphia Mafia in the 1980s was one of the bloodiest in its…
  5. Deputies investigate Monongalia Co. armed robbery

    Wajr.com - Morgantown 01.17 / 19:22 wajr.com
    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — An armed robbery investigation is underway in Monongalia County. According to a release from Sheriff Perry Palmer, 2 men arranged to meet a third person at Bon Vista Apartments Tuesday evening, January 16. “During the meeting, the suspect brandished a handgun and demanded the victims’ wallets and cell phones,” according to the…
  6. 1 Child Dead, 2 Others Critically Injured In Atlanta Pit Bull Attack

    Atlanta police Sgt. Warren Pickard tells local news outlets the attack occurred about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday while the children were walking to elementary school.…
  7. Mike Tomlin: Antonio Brown’s Facebook Video Was ‘Foolish’

    After their playoff win over the Chiefs, Steelers WR Antonio Brown posted a live post-game video on…
  8. Komen Philly Forms Coalition Of Hospitals To Serve & Support Those With Metastatic Breast Cancer

    Dr. Curtis Miyamoto, Chairman of Temple University's Department of Radiation Oncology, believes a coalition will break down old…
  1. 80 Feet Is Enough! members respond to Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce editorial

    Hubcitytimes.com - Marshfield 01.17 / 20:24 hubcitytimes.com
    Dear editor, The letter to the editor in the Dec. 31, 2016, edition of the Hub City Times by Wisconsin…
  2. Fond du Lac student charged for note threatening to “shoot the school up”

    Wbay.com - Northeast Wisconsin 01.17 / 20:07 wbay.com
    A criminal complaint released Tuesday details the allegations against Austin L.…
  3. Madison College professor offers guide to fake news

    Wrn.com - Wisconsin (WI) 01.17 / 19:24 wrn.com
    A Madison College professor has some tips on separating fake news from the real thing. Steve Noll defines fake news this way: “a completely made up story, or it could be a legitimate news story in which some of the facts may have been adjusted or inflated to take a particular viewpoint.” Noll said much of …
  4. Teen remains in critical condition after ATV crash near Duluth

    Superiortelegram.com - Superior 01.17 / 19:24 superiortelegram.com
    Superior TelegramDuluth News Tribune A Duluth teen remained in critical condition in a Duluth hospital Tuesday, the day after an all-terrain vehicle crash north of the city. The St. Louis…
  5. WATCH: Hot cocktails at The Outsider with Martin Moore

    Onmilwaukee.com -Milwaukee 01.17 / 19:22 onmilwaukee.com
    Martin Moore and Carolynn Buser sample The Outsider's new seasonal cocktail menu at the Kimpton Journeyman Hotel in Milwaukee's Third…
  6. Get the inside view on college life, struggles

    USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin asked 3 20-somethings to write about their college…
  7. Police Beat: Medical clinic workers scuffle; disorderly suspect claims racial profiling

    Riverfallsjournal.com - Wisconsin (WI) 01.17 / 18:47 riverfallsjournal.com
    River Falls JournalRiver Falls police took a 911 call late Saturday afternoon, Jan. 7, about fighting at Vibrant Health Family Clinic. Two men were involved. One, a 56-year-old Hudson man, works…
  8. Donald Driver wants to take you to the Packers' NFC Championship Game

    Onmilwaukee.com -Milwaukee 01.17 / 18:45 onmilwaukee.com
    Green Bay Packers all-time leading wide receiver and Super Bowl Champion Donald Driver is offering Packers fans the chance of a lifetime to cheer on their favorite team this weekend in Atlanta with "Donald Driver's NFC Championship…
  1. W.Va. American Water accepting environmental grant applications

    Register-herald.com - Wyoming (WY) 01.17 / 19:53 register-herald.com
    West Virginia American Water is accepting applications for its 2017 Environmental Grant Program awards. The grant awards will be available in West Virginia American Water service areas across the…
  2. Bill Proposes A Hike On State Park Fees

    The tight economic times have prompted many Wyoming agencies to look at where they can raise more money and Wyoming State Parks is no different. The legislature’s Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Committee is proposing to give the parks program more flexibility to set daily pass and campground fees as they see fit, rather than keeping a cap on fees as it is currently. Jackson Representative Mike Gierau sits on the committee and says Wyoming State Park Fees are cheaper t…
  3. Economic Report Gives Legislators Glimmer Of Hope For Recovery

    Wyoming has seen a higher rig count and more coal production in the last few months, but that doesn’t change much for its financial picture, according to the latest Consensus Revenue Estimating Group or CREG report. It shows that the general fund was up by $900,000 but that isn’t nearly enough to fill the gaping $156 million hole in the two year $3 billion budget. CREG Co-Chairman Don Richards said while there are signs of a rebounding economy, the numbers still aren’t great. “Personal inco…
  4. Casper Man Arrested for Strangling Woman

    K2radio.com-WY 01.17 / 18:34 k2radio.com
    The victim tried to call 911, but Smith allegedly took the phone away and said if she called the cops, he would kill himself. Continue…
  5. Can Wyoming Minors Drink Alcohol In Restaurants With Their Parents?

    Mycountry955.com - Wyoming (WY) 01.17 / 18:03 mycountry955.com
    If Wyoming minors (under 21) are in a restaurant with their parents, can they legally drink alcohol or not? Continue…
  6. Big Horn Woman’s Club to gather

    Thesheridanpress.com-WY 01.17 / 17:57 thesheridanpress.com
    BIG HORN — The January meeting for the Big Horn Woman’s Club will take place Friday at 1:30 p.m.  The program will focus on the recycling program in Sheridan.  The meeting is free and open to all women.  For additional information, contact Joyce Coates at 307-389-2804. The Big Horn Woman’s Club clubhouse is located at […] The post Big Horn Woman’s Club to gather appeared first on The Sheridan Press…
  7. Bowl For Jason's Friends Saturday, March 4th-Sign Up Today!

    Mycountry955.com - Wyoming (WY) 01.17 / 17:26 mycountry955.com
    Bowlers! It's time to start gathering your team for the Bowl for Jason's Friends annual fundraiser held at El Mark-O Lanes in Casper. This fun family event brings together over 1000 bowlers annually, to raise money for Wyoming families with children battling cancer. Continue…
  8. Senate bill aims to draw more filmmakers to Wyoming

    Wyodaily.com - Wyoming (WY) 01.17 / 15:34 wyodaily.com
    CHEYENNE – A Wyoming Senate file introduced Jan. 11, hopes to bring more film revenue to the state, by changing existing film commission rules and offering an enhanced rebate to filmmakers choosing to make television shows and movies in the state. The bill, currently Senate File 24, would establish a financial incentive program administered by the Department of Tourism, using matching f…