Tag: State’s

Sort: Date | Title | Views | | Comments | Random Sort Ascending
View:

Immigrant turned US Army soldier-runner headed to Tokyo: ‘I’ll be doing this for the United States’

55 Views0 Comments

"My goal [at the Olympics] is...don’t let them down," Keter said of his supporters. "I’ll be doing this for the United States, doing it for the Army, doing it for myself, doing it for my family." Keter, 29, is from a...

California’s population dropped for the first time in the state’s recorded history

29 Views0 Comments

California's population fell in 2020 for the first time since the state population estimates started being recorded due to Covid-19 deaths, a decline in immigration and a lower birth rate, according to the Californi...

1 person missing in Virginia after Tropical Depression Ida soaks state’s southwest

40 Views0 Comments

While an earlier report from the Buchanan County Sheriff's Office said that four people were unaccounted for in the event, the tally was reduced late Tuesday.  OVER 100 MEN STRANDED ON DRILL SHIP IN GULF DURING IDA, ...

This Republican governor thinks she’s nailed her state’s Covid-19 response. She hasn’t.

202 Views0 Comments

In a remarkably self-congratulatory op-ed in the Rapid City Journal earlier this week, Republican South Dakota governor Kristi Noem wrote this of her administration's handling of Covid-19 (bolding is mine): "I'm g...

Private funding was key in some 2020 elections. Republicans have outlawed it in nearly a dozen states.

49 Views0 Comments

Patty Hansen, who has helped run elections in Coconino County, Arizona, for 17 years, went on a spending spree last year. She ran radio and newspapers ads in English and Navajo, promoting voting options. She hired 1...

Fulton County DA has grown frustrated with Georgia Secretary of State’s office cooperation in Trump probe, source says

45 Views0 Comments

Investigators in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' office have grown frustrated with the level of cooperation they are receiving from staffers in the Georgia Secretary of State's office regarding a probe ...

Alabama voters approve an amendment to remove racist language from state’s constitution

105 Views0 Comments

Alabama has voted to remove racist language from its constitution, CNN projects. Although segregation hasn't been legal in Alabama since the 1950s, a section remains in the state's constitution requiring Black and W...

Rutgers’ Greg Schiano takes issue with Michigan State’s Mel Tucker using ‘keep chopping’ mantra

18 Views0 Comments

An apparent rivalry is also budding between the two schools over the use of the phrase "Keep Chopping." Michigan State coach Mel Tucker used the phrase after beating Western Kentucky last week to move to 5-0 on the s...

Ohio State’s K’Vaughan Pope involved in heated sideline moment: report

50 Views0 Comments

Buckeyes linebacker K’Vaughan Pope was apparently seen going into the locker room in the middle of the second quarter after getting in an argument with coaches, according to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. CLICK HERE FOR...

The Cameron Peak Fire in Colorado is the largest in the state’s history

90 Views0 Comments

The Cameron Peak Fire, burning just west of Fort Collins, is now the largest wildfire in Colorado history, Gov. Jared Polis said in a tweet Wednesday night. The blaze has burned through more than 158,000 acres and ...

Steph Curry makes NBA history with 50 points and 10 assists in Golden State’s win over the Atlanta Hawks

33 Views0 Comments

Steph Curry recorded 50 points and 10 assists for the first time in his career, overtaking Wilt Chamberlain as the oldest player in NBA history to do so, as the Golden State Warriors continued their blistering start...

In the Atlanta area, some school districts will require masks. The state’s biggest district is taking a different approach

22 Views0 Comments

Six-year-old Audrey Gard will head to first grade next week wearing a mask. It's a precaution her mom believes will help to minimize the chances of her getting coronavirus. But the Gwinnett County School District, n...

Maryland to investigate Derek Chauvin defense witness’ tenure as state’s chief medical examiner

20 Views0 Comments

Dr. David Fowler, who was Maryland's chief medical examiner from 2002 to 2019 and is now a member of a consulting firm, testified that the primary cause of Floyd's death was a sudden heart rhythm disturbance during p...

Lack of an athletic trainer has Alcorn State’s game in jeopardy of being canceled

35 Views0 Comments

A full-time athletic trainer, Fred Worthy, was hired early at the end of January, but left the job in July to return to a private-sector health care job. The Alcorn State athletic department did not immediately hire ...

Maine health care workers appeal to Supreme Court after federal court upholds state’s vaccine mandate

44 Views0 Comments

A group of unvaccinated Maine health care workers asked the Supreme Court Wednesday to step in and block enforcement of the state's coronavirus vaccine mandate. The mandate is set to go into force on October 29 and ...

Virginia school rejects state’s policies for transgender and nonbinary students

48 Views0 Comments

"The school board has received input from many citizens this evening and we have had the opportunity to discuss among ourselves. We have determined we will not take any action on the proposed transgender policies at ...

« Prev