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Jaime Garcia was scratched from Sunday's start by the St. Louis Cardinals because his surgically-repaired shoulder doesn't feel right, making it unlikely he will start the season on the active roster.
Garcia, who had been among three pitchers competing for the fifth starter's job, told the Cardinals on Saturday that his shoulder hadn't recovered from Tuesday's simulated game
The Record (http://bit.ly/1CzlkAw) reports that the birds' sudden swap of lodging arrangements has quashed plans by two environmental groups to show the raptors on the Web as they raised their young.
The Fyke Nature Association in Allendale had raised donations to help pay for the purchase and installation of a Web cam in the Allendale tree the birds had used the past four years.
"The discovery of the new nest was bittersweet," said Jim Wright, deputy marsh warden at Celery Farm in Allendale and one of those who worked on the project.
David Wheeler, executive director of the Conserve Wildlife Foundation, had said the non-profit was excited about the project because red-shouldered hawks are an elusive species less often seen here than other raptor species.
Texas agencies have spent millions on tuition payment programs for state workers in a program with lax rules and oversight.
Two bills in the Texas state legislature are looking to rein in the spending by banning up-front payments and requiring agency directors approve and make public any tuition payments.
A 21-year-old Wisconsin state trooper killed in a shootout with a bank robbery suspect is being remembered in his hometown.
Hundreds of mourners are expected to attend a public memorial service Sunday evening for Trooper Trevor Casper.
Generations of Nevada's Native Americans passed through the doors of the Stewart Indian School, some enduring painfully harsh treatment as their culture was stripped away while others left in later years with fond memories of time spent with members of other tribes.
For nearly a century, thousands of Indian students from around the western United States were enrolled in the boarding school on the outskirts of Carson City to get an education and learn vocational skills like masonry and farming.
Three decades after the school closed, the expansive college campus-like facility remains both a cultural touchstone for Nevada's Native American population and a neglected chapter of its history,
Two bills under consideration by the Legislature would pay for repairs for some of the school's decaying buildings and create a cultural museum as well as carve out a bigger role for the state's Indian Commission.
The commission is requesting a one-year $122,000 budget to help pay for a permanent cultural center at the school, with the eventual goal of turning the site in to a more tourist-friendly destination, Rupert said.
Former state Historic Preservation director Ron James said the school grounds are on a short list for inclusion in the federal government's National Register of Historic Places, but continual decay and accumulating damage lowers the school's chances of being listed.
Alabama lawmakers return from spring break Tuesday with some of the biggest decisions of the legislative session in front of them, including votes on prison reform, schools and the perpetually troubled General Fund budget.
Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh said senators will have likely vote this week on prison reform, a series of economic incentive bills and changes to a state program that helps some families pay for private school.
The Alabama Senate could vote Thursday on sweeping changes to sentencing and probation standards that are aimed at reducing prison crowding.
People convicted of those crimes would not be affected by the Habitual Offender Act, and could be steered toward community corrections programs.
Senators could also vote this week on an expansion of the Alabama Accountability Act, a state program that helps some families pay for private school with scholarships.
The program gives tax credits — a dollar-for-dollar reduction on your income tax bill — for donations to the scholarships and children in "failing" public schools have priority for the scholarships.
What we decided to do is make sure we have the full accountability package in the bill that requires the reporting of where these children are coming from along with the audit capability to audit the scholarship granting organizations, Marsh said.
Clouse said he and Senate Finance and Taxation General Fund Chairman Arthur Orr on Wednesday will distribute a draft budget that will show the cuts to state agencies if lawmakers do not find additional revenue.