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An exclusive exhibition featuring the works of Henri Matisse and other influential artists will be on display in Oklahoma through the middle of next month.
The exhibit, "Matisse in His Time: Masterworks of Modernism from the Centre Pompidou, Paris," closes its run Sept.
Neil GarrisonHave you heard the expression of a “canary in the coal mine?”
Nowadays, it is a word phrase that is used in situations where we want to make broad-brush references to “advanced warning” scenarios.
All of it harks back to the early 1800s, an age when technology was somewhat primitive and where common folk resorted to Mother Nature’s devices for aiding them in their everyday labors.
Fire officials say several bystanders held up a kiddie roller coaster that had begun to collapse in Georgia, allowing six children and one adult to escape.
Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner spokesman Glenn Allen says the group held the Oriental Express roller coaster in place Thursday evening until wood or cement blocks could be put in place to stabilize it.
A video posted on social media shows more than a dozen people holding up the coaster at the Bartow County Fair in Cartersville.
Allen says there were no injuries, and a track malfunction is likely what caused the accident.
A dirt road in a national forest at the center of a decades-old dispute between the Forest Service and a rural Nevada county will remain in federal hands after a judge ruled county officials failed to prove it was theirs before President Theodore Roosevelt permanently reserved the remote wilderness in 1909.
Federal Judge Miranda Du says the agency had no authority to cede control of the land to Elko County in a 2001 settlement agreement granting a rare right-of-way to the road running along a mountain river with threatened bull trout near the Idaho line.
Conservationists say it's a critical victory in the face of similar confrontations across the West with ranchers, miners, states and counties pressing the federal government to relinquish control of tens of thousands of square miles of public land.
A judge has approved a $1.6 million settlement of a 16-year-old air-pollution lawsuit against a western Maryland paper mill.
U. S. District Judge Marvin Garbis signed the consent decree Friday involving the mill in Luke, currently owned by Verso Corp.