Month: October 2018

Page: 83

An air date is set for a documentary that will focus, in part, on the northeast Iowa town of Clarksville. The National Geographic film “Paris to Pittsburgh” details the effects of climate change. Clarksville Mayor Val Swinton says his town was targeted by the film’s producers because of two devastating floods in 2008 and 2016. […]

State Auditor Mary Mosiman says she cannot say whether a review of the state’s Medicaid program will be released to the public before Election Day. In June, Mosiman announced her office would examine the data to determine if Medicaid costs have been reduced since private companies assumed management of patient care. The move to privatize the […]

Rich Rolen via, Pa.) — Three men died after a car exploded late Saturday in Allentown, Pennsylvania, authorities said. The suspect was likely among those killed in the blast, Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin said at a Sunday news conference. Philadelphia ABC station WPVI-TV reported the blast, which took place about 9:30 p.m., […]

Drew Angerer/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Las Vegas mass shooting survivors reunited with their “Route 91 family” Saturday night at country singer Jason Aldean’s concert in Orange County, California, watching the same artist who was performing onstage the moment shots rang out one year ago. Some people wore cowboy boots, or custom shirts that read: “We […]

Seminole County Sheriffs Office(SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla.) — The mother of a 1-year-old found dead after being left in a hot car all day has been charged with negligent manslaughter, authorities in Florida said Saturday. Kailyn Pollard, 29, was arrested on Friday hours after police in Seminole County said they were investigating the infant’s death. She […]

Google(CLEVELAND) — Keith Kozak says he was simply supporting his friends’ marriage, but now he’s out of a job with the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland. Kozak was a campus minister at Cleveland State University and provided Catholic outreach to the school community, but now he’s out of a job because he claims the diocese fired […] — Melania Trump departs Monday for Africa for her first major solo international trip as first lady. During the weeklong trip, the first lady will make stops in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, and Egypt. Her itinerary is geared toward her “Be Best” initiative that encompasses a broad array of issues affecting children’s well-being, with the […]

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