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Minot expert manages North Dakota water issues for 2 decades

Minot's resident "water expert," Maurice Foley, has served more than two decades on water-related boards that have dealt with everything from major infrastructure construction projects to floods. "Helping people — … Click to Continu...

Man who led cops on long manhunt to be sentenced for murder

A Maine man who killed his ex-girlfriend before leading police on the longest manhunt in state history is due to be sentenced this week. The sentencing hearing for Robert Burton … Click to Continue »

Weekly Australian Health IT Links – 11th December, 2017.

Here are a few I have come across the last week or so. Note: Each link is followed by a title and a few paragraphs. For the full article click on the link above title of the article. Note also that full access to some links may require...Show More Summary

Report: No alternatives in fatal Seattle police shooting

A Seattle police report says two officers had no alternatives when they fatally shot a woman who pulled a knife on them. The Seattle Times reports ( ) the … Click to Continue »

Jury selection Monday for suspect in courthouse sex assault

A man charged with sexually assaulting a woman in the restroom of a courthouse in Vermont's largest city is going on trial. Jury selection starts Monday in the trial of … Click to Continue »

New York Regents to hear education budget recommendations

New York education leaders and advocates are looking ahead to next year's funding needs. A Board of Regents committee on early childhood education plans to present its budget recommendations to … Click to Continue »

NY Senate asks farmers: How can we help your bottom line?

Members of the New York state Senate want to hear from farmers about ways the state can help their industry. The Senate's Standing Committee on Agriculture is scheduled to meet … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Early returns say socialists sweep big cities

The latest on mayoral elections in Venezuela (all times local): 10:20 p.m. Venezuela's ruling socialist party has swept most state capitals and major cities in Sunday's mayoral elections that were … Click to Continue »

South Korea imposes new sanctions on North Korea

South Korea says it has added several North Korean groups and individuals to its sanctions list as part of efforts to cut off funding for the North weapons programs. South … Click to Continue »

Phoenix spends $125K to assist homeless on light rail system

The light rail system for metro Phoenix is taking steps to help homeless people who have prompted complaints from other passengers about unruly behavior and other concerns. The Phoenix City … Click to Continue »

Trump rails against news media after reporting corrections

President Donald Trump is again railing against the news media, calling them a "stain on America." In a tweet Sunday, Trump blasts the lack of attention over what he describes … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Cory Booker campaigns for Democrat in Alabama

The Latest on the race for the Alabama Senate seat (all times local): 5:10 p.m. Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones says Tuesday's election against Republican Roy Moore will send a … Click to Continue »

"READY PLAYER ONE" 2nd Trailer and Poster!

Click now!! "READY PLAYER ONE" 2nd Trailer and Poster! Read the full article on AICN Hola Dannie aqui, I have been up over 24 hours at BNAT 19 Day Night Dawn of the Living Room, and we finished the Fest off with the trailer for Ready Player One, above I included the poster. Show More Summary

German FM: 'United States of Europe' wouldn't negate nations

Germany's foreign minister says a "United States of Europe" proposed by his party's leader wouldn't spell the end of nation-states on the continent. Martin Schulz, who heads the center-left Social … Click to Continue »

Town's ban on gas-powered leaf blowers headed to court

A New Jersey town's ban on landscapers and other businesses using gas-powered leaf blowers is heading to court. reports that the suit by the New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association … Click to Continue »

Romania: Protests of laws viewed as lax on graft renewed

More than 10,000 people are participating in another round of protests against Romanian legislation that critics say would make it harder to punish high-level corruption. The main protest outside government … Click to Continue »

Hiccup for German high-speed line on 1st regular service day

German rail operator Deutsche Bahn has experienced an embarrassing delay on the first regular day of operations for its new high-speed rail line connecting Berlin and Munich. A train from … Click to Continue »

Police: Cop charged with lying in Boston slayings suspended

Authorities say a Boston police officer accused of lying about her contact with a man charged with killing a motorcyclist on Interstate 93 and a woman in a home has … Click to Continue »

Kobe Was Not Happy With ESPN Twisting His Comments About Lonzo Ball For Website Clicks (TWEETS)

13 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Over the weekend, Kobe Bryant was asked a serious of question about the current state of the Lakers and the talent on the team. Naturally, Lonzo Ball’s name came up and the Black Mamba clearly stated that Lonzo needs to have the mentality to win, but his words got cut up and twisted when it […]

The Latest: Shelby will not vote for Roy Moore

The Latest on the hotly contested race in Alabama for U.S. Senate (all times local): 10:53 a.m. Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby says he decided to cast a write-in ballot in … Click to Continue »

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