DEERFIELD — A Deerfield man charged with illegal weapon possession after shooting and killing two people who entered his home earlier this month
Water level rises in Lake Sakakawea as Missouri River runoff...
MINOT, N.D. — Too much water in the lower reaches of the Missouri River is leading to very high water in upstream reservoirs, including Lake Sakakawea, where the water level continues to climb.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers determined that utilizing upstream storage in Fort Peck, Lake Sakakawea and...
Quapaw Tribe Fire Department's EMT Class big success
The Quapaw Tribe's Emergency Medical Technician class of 2016/2017 graduated 24 new certified EMTs this month.
State says sludge must be tested for ‘forever chemicals’ before it’s used as fertilizer
The new requirement comes as a farmer in Arundel blames municipal sludge containing PFAS for contaminating his land and dairy herd.
Divers haul up giant ball of ‘ghost gear’ littering the seafloor off Maine’s coast
Every year, fishermen lose tons of gear along the coast of Maine. It can collect into jumbled masses, what’s known as “ghost gear,” that can be hazardous to navigation and marine life.
NEW: Wawa, Sprouts part of plan for 'Main Street at Boynton' at Jog Road / Boynton Beach Blvd.
One of the last remaining parcels of undeveloped commercial land in west Boynton Beach is about to get developed.Main Street at Boynton, a development on
Chardon Man Indicted on Child Pornography Charges
“This is another indictment resulting from an undercover online investigation conducted by a prosecutor’s office investigator.” – Prosecutor Jim Flaiz
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What you need to know about store closing sales at Macy's, Sears, or Kmart near you
One thing you can definitely expect from store closing sales? Different stock from a traditional 'going out of business' sale.
Oberlin dean suggests other witnesses provided mistaken accounts of Gibson's protests
ELYRIA — Meredith Raimondo alleged that multiple witnesses who testified during the past couple weeks lied, misremembered or were mistaken with their testimony during the civil trial between Gibson’s Bakery and Oberlin College. Raimondo, the vice president and dean of students at Oberlin College who is a defendant in the suit as well, took the stand Tuesday as the opening witness for Oberlin College’s case. The attorneys for Gibson’s Bakery rested their case last week. Gibson’s sued the college and Raimondo for libel, interference with business relationships, interference with contracts, intentional infliction of emotional distress and trespass in 2017. The bakery also is suing the college for negligent hiring, retention and supervision. Richard Panza, an attorney for the defendants,