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Small Herd of Escaped Buffalo Runs Amok in Arkansas Town

Dozens of animal control and law enforcement officers in Hot Springs, Arkansas had their hands full a few weeks ago when a small herd of buffalo escaped from a local farm and ran amuck through neighborhoods and down city streets.   A...Show More Summary

Small Herd of Escaped Buffalo Runs Amock in Arkansas Town

Dozens of animal control and law enforcement officers in Hot Springs, Arkansas had their hands full a few weeks ago when a small herd of buffalo escaped from a local farm and ran amuck through neighborhoods and down city streets.   A...Show More Summary

Comic's Weekly Roundup: Beth Stelling's coming to town!

Atlanta has one of the best comedy scenes in the country, and each week is filled with plenty of opportunities to see some of Atlanta’s best local comics and visiting national touring acts. He’s your best bets for getting into some funny business.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Stolen Treasures Mysteriously and Anonymously Returned

2 days agoArts : ARCAblog

By: Judge Arthur Tompkins Te Papa Tongarewa National Museum, Wellington, New Zealand A week ago, 14 Maori taonga [treasures], dating from the 1800s and which were in the care of a local resident in their home, were stolen during a house...Show More Summary

The Broad Brush: Your Alameda News in Brief

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Broad Brush, your weekly, two-sentence local news review. Here’s what happened this week. What do you think the city and its citizens can do to keep everyone safe on Alameda’s streets? Alamedans weighed in. The 88th annual Alameda Commuters golf tournament teed off last weekend at the Chuck

Latvia Mulls Ghettos for Ethnic Russians

Latvian security police see nothing illegal in recent calls to set up special “ghettos for ethnic Russian non-citizens and Russian nationals”, a local TV channel reported earlier this week.

An L.A. Agency's Grassroots Drought Initiative Has Grown Into a Citywide Campaign

As California's drought continues to worsen, the city of Los Angeles has turned to a local ad agency to help change residents' water habits. The "Save the Drop" campaign, produced by Omelet, L.A., officially launched this week in conjunction with Earth Day and urges area residents to shift the way they use the state's increasingly precious resource. Show More Summary

Fighting for Racial Justice and Immigrant Rights on the Front Lines

This week marks the five-year anniversary of Arizona's notorious S.B. 1070 law, which codified a set of anti-immigrant regulations designed to promote self-deportation of local residents, or "attrition through enforcement," in the explicit language of the bill. Show More Summary

Video: Catch Trout On Foam Ear Plugs

In case all the trout in your local honey hole have turned off of orange garlic PowerBait and shrimp-flavored Mike's Salmon Eggs after being pounded over the last few weeks, here's a curveball you can throw them tomorrow. Have a great weekend.  

La Liga Fixtures 2015 Week 33: Schedule, Live Stream Info, Picks and Key Players

Barcelona will be looking to consolidate their position at the top of La Liga as they face a tricky away clash against local rivals Espanyol. The lesser known of the Catalan teams are on a great run of form and are undefeated in their...Show More Summary

Shares post best day in five weeks

Resource stocks rally boosts local market after iron ore and crude oil prices jump.

Shia LaBeouf Starts Tweeting Again After One Month Break

Shia Labeouf keeps his car keys in his mouth while filling up his tank at a local gas station on Wednesday (April 22) in Los Angeles. That same week, the 28-year-old actor began using Twitter again after taking over a month off from the social media site. “something is happening, beauty is at work,” he [...]

10 Percent of Small, Local Businesses Have Purchased Twitter Ads

Twitter launched automated ad buying for small- to medium-size businesses (SMBs) in Indonesia earlier this week after rolling out the service in other countries in recent months. But it's been three whole years since the San Francisco-based social media player debuted self-service ads in the U.S. Show More Summary

Six Years in the Making, New Gauguin Exhibition is Soon to Open

Wherever you are in the world you are unlikely to be that far from an art fair, biennale or local branch of your favourite super gallery. There are, however, certain lodestars, he most effulgent of which is ArtBasel. For a week or so...Show More Summary

Angolan police say 22 killed in clashes with religious sect

LUANDA (Reuters) - Nine Angolan policemen and 13 members of a millenarian Christian sect have been killed in clashes in the last week in the central Huambo province, police said, in violence local officials say is being stoked by the main opposition UNITA party.

Mobile Will Be Livin’ La Vida Local by Decade’s End

This week, MMW was privy to an advance look at a new BIA/Kelsey forecast, which indicates that mobile is on pace to become the fourth largest local media by 2019. In the latest update to the team’s U.S. Local Media Forecast 2015, BIA/Kelsey forecasts location-targeted mobile advertising revenues in the U.S. “to grow from $6.7 […]

Texas legislative panel votes to restrict same-sex marriage

Just a week before the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage, Texas lawmakers on Wednesday approved a bill in committee that would bar state or local funds from being used to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.

Nearly 300 State and Local Associations Stand behind TPA

In a letter released this week and coordinated by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and other major trade associations,Read the Rest...

Events: #NPEChicago Is The Third Big Chicago Event In A Row

It's been quite a week already for Chicago, what with AERA and #EWA15 (and all the local news as well). But it's not over yet. Up next is #NPEChicago, the 2nd annual meeting of this group, which will include authors of "some of the most celebrated books in recent years. Show More Summary

Atlanta Museum Week offers 2 for 1 admission at local institutions

Looking for a way to visit your favorite institutions for less? Join Atlanta Museum Week, which starts Saturday, April 25 and runs through Friday, May 1. The event, in celebration of the 2015 American Alliance of Museums...

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