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Peace Officers’ Memorial honors Tulare deputy

Fiften fallen officers including Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Ballantyne were honored Monday at the annual California Peace Officers’ Memorial Day at the state Capitol. The Peace Officer Memor... read more

Federal agency to sample for lead and arsenic in Anaconda

Based on questions posed from Anaconda residents in May, ATSDR will test for lead in blood and arsenic in urine sometime later this year or early next year. Due to how quickly both arsenic and lead ca... read more

A year of challenges for city residents

But as the cost of living in the city seems ever on the rise, some residents have grown impatient, if not outright angry. When the water rate ... that adds a fine of 25 percent for a fraudulently rece... read more

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How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

But it ain't water gravy, that's one good thing." Sometimes everything runs out. Then Roger tries to borrow a little money from friends and kin. When he can't get ... health clinics, a study last year ... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

The policy aims to allow Medicare Advantage plans access to the same tools as private insurers to try to lower ... to tease out how common these secondary neurodevelopmental problems may be — and how ... read more

American Red Cross to install free smoke alarms in Madera homes Saturday

The American Red Cross of the Central Valley will install free smoke alarms in Madera homes on Saturday. Partnering with the city of Madera, volunteers will install the smoke alarms from 9 a.m. to 3 p ... read more

The Day the Earth Stood Still Being Remade for 2008 - Confirmed!

We don't know yet, but we'll put in some requests with Fox to find out. I can bet if it ... meaning a The Day the Earth Stood Still remake is definitely underway for summer 2008! 1 [...] The Day the E... read more

Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear fission using thorium is easily within our reach, and, compared with conventional nuclear energy, the risks are considerably lower ... to start heating out of control and cause an accident. A ... read more

Add to Illinois notebook

BASKETBALL: Chatham Glenwood sophomore guard Peyton Allen, who has received interest from Illinois, has a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Allen attended Oklahoma State midnight madness. Allen a... read more

Don't Blame the Minimum Wage for Those Self-Service Kiosks at McDonald's

Witness the reaction to McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook's recent comments that the fast food giant would be rolling out self-serve kiosks in 1,000 stores each quarter, with the hopes of having ... of ... read more

California may use vibrational energy of driving to generate power

California Assemblyman Mike Gatto, a democrat from the Burbank district, hopes to help his home state to use it effectively. He has put in motion a legislation proposing that, if it passes, would crea... read more

Birmingham is the UK's crash-for-cash capital

The IFB said it hopes to use the new data to identify the areas being targeted to carry out these scams, working closely with the ... Fraudulent motor claims submitted following the accident can also ... read more

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