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Geller: 1 Year Since 1st Islamic State Attack on U.S. Soil, These ... - Breitbart.com Today is the first anniversary of the Islamic ... conspiring to support ISIS in an Arizona trial ... in the U.S. were arrested for a July 4 ... 05/3/2016 - 12:28 pm | View Link
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Advocates work to house Tucson's homeless vets by July 4 “We wouldn’t be where we are today if we hadn’t set that goal,” he said ... the regional behavioral health authority for Southern Arizona. Additionally, some of the housing programs that have been successful in housing homeless vets are funded ... 05/2/2016 - 3:36 pm | View Link
Delaware GOP chairman expects support for Trump in July But who knows if Trump even cares? Today, he is an active Cruz surrogate. That's because he beat Cruz and John Kasich in the state's presidential primary. Earlier, Trump mocked Kasich staying in the race. Arizona Republicans are in Mesa for the state party ... 04/30/2016 - 5:12 pm | View Link
Ralphs in Indian Wells to Close in July Authorities today identified a man who was killed in a collision between ... Dust Storm Causes Crashes & Closes 10 Freeway in Arizona Dust Storm Causes Crashes & Closes 10 Freeway in Arizona A dust storm in eastern Arizona has brought visibility to near ... 04/29/2016 - 2:55 pm | View Link
Canadian lightweight Mitch Clarke added to July UFC card in Las Vegas Sylvanie/USA TODAY Sports) TORONTO -- Canadian lightweight Mitch (Danger Zone) Clarke returns to action July 7 against (Irish) Joe Duffy on a televised UFC Fight Night card in Las Vegas. Clarke, a Saskatoon native who trains in Edmonton and Arizona ... 04/27/2016 - 8:06 pm | View Link
High hopes and tensions surround nation's biggest forest restoration project "We'd like Good Earth Power to succeed," Schulke said, who acknowledged Good Earth Power is right when it says there is limited trucking and mill capacity available in northern Arizona today. Even so, "the excuses are starting to feel a little tired ... 07/8/2015 - 3:33 am | View Link
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USA Today Each state's high temperature record. As you would expect, the highest statewide records are from desert locations in California, Arizona and Nevada. 05/1/2016 - 9:00 pm | View Website
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Mississippi officials are monitoring four residents exposed to measles in Tennessee.
The health department says in a statement the four are under home quarantine but did not say where. They had not been vaccinated for the potentially deadly disease.
State epidemiologist Thomas Dobbs says those who haven’t been vaccinated are most at risk of the highly contagious, air born disease.
The department says any child 12 months of age or older should get vaccinations.
Planning for a second “Imagine the Possibilities” career exposition for students in Northeast Mississippi is strongly advanced, with promotion of the October event at BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo spreading to many schools.
The expo, which will be October 4 through 6, features expensive training technology allowing students to visualize and inform themselves.
They are not the same. Never have been. One is truth-centered. The other is not.
Early on in his run for the presidency, Donald Trump sought to explain or excuse his earthy characterizations of others (fat, ugly, stupid) by saying, “Ya know, there’s just too much political correctness.”
Well, maybe there has been too much political correctness in America, too much fretting about how words might make someone else feel.
But pushing back against political correctness doesn’t require incivility.
A Painesville man was arrested after he admitted to police that he threw a dog out of a sixth-story window. About 8 a.m. May 3, police were called to Washington Square Apartments at 111 E. Washington St., where building staff found a deceased dog in the trash compactor, according to a news release from Painesville Police.
Under open procedures, the Republican-led Senate has compiled an extensive list of bipartisan accomplishments during the 114th Congress. This momentum shows no signs of slowing. Simply put, the Senate is at work for the American people.
Just this year, lawmakers have enacted bills to fight the opioid crisis, protect intellectual property, and impose new sanctions on North Korea.
Mentor Public Library is celebrating Mother's Day with a Winnie the Pooh-themed tea party that mothers (or grandmothers) can share with their children at noon on May 7, at the Main Branch, 8215 Mentor Ave. The kids will make honeycomb necklaces and party hats, play games, and enjoy afternoon tea.