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Taxpayers fear the sweeping powers will lead to harassment... [Read More]
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The Latest on the concealed weapons bill in Arkansas (all times local): 12:55 p.m. The Arkansas Senate has voted to exempt college sporting events from... [Read More]
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Sophomore Alex Fincher is the only returning varsity singles player on the Moberly varsity boys tennis team this 2017 spring season. The program lost six... [Read More]
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A majority of voting members on the West Virginia Board of Education would be elected by the general public, under a resolution approved by the... [Read More]
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's choice to lead the agency managing North Carolina parks, protecting natural areas and preserving state history has been given a seal... [Read More]
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Florida's public schools would have to let students lead religious prayers during the school day and at school-sanctioned events, under a controversial proposal that the... [Read More]
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The folks in Sacramento have themselves in a tizzy — vowing to defy President Trump at every turn on immigration, LBGT rights, environment, healthcare or... [Read More]
Michael Thomas, a second-year UNT Chemistry Ph.D. student studying under the guidance of Professor Francis D'Souza, has been named a 2017 awardee of the prestigious... [Read More]
Georgetown Police arrested a Millsboro man after police say he lead officers on a pursuit which ended in Milton. [Read More]
Jay Clayton, the Wall Street attorney tapped by President Donald Trump to lead the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, on Thursday defended himself against Democrats'... [Read More]
View 001 Daystar Stinger Bumpstops Lead - Photo 138895141 from Daystar Stinger Bumps for Compression Protection... [Read More]
He is taking matters into his own hands to craft a deal on an overhaul. [Read More]
White supremacist Andrew Anglin, founder of the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer, condemned the racially-motivated murder of a black man in New York City, arguing... [Read More]
The Oklahoma Senate has approved a proposal to study how schools could best share administrative services The Oklahoman (http://bit.ly/2nbxLjf ) reports the legislation could also... [Read More]
Lead poisoning is the number one environmental disease in children. Here's what Cincinnati is doing about it. [Read More]
Tejay van Garderen of the U.S. successfully defended his lead in a Tour of Catalonia fourth stage that was cut short by 60 kilometers (37... [Read More]
The first African-American to lead the police department in Kansas City, Missouri, is planning to retire. [Read More]
The directors of the state housing agency unanimously agreed Thursday to contribute $2.08 million for the security and demolition of the lead-affected West Calumet Housing... [Read More]
Florida's public schools would have to let students lead religious prayers during the school day and at school-sanctioned events, under a controversial proposal that the... [Read More]
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