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The fifth straight weekend was largely peaceful. [Read More]
Tags: Tear - Paris - gas
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The demonstrations against France's high cost of living were significantly smaller Saturday than at previous rallies, some of which scarred parts of Paris with vandalism... [Read More]
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In addition, about $20,000 in fines already paid will be forgiven. Those customers can get a credit to their account. [Read More]
Tags: Fines - Public - Library
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The Latest on the U.N. climate talks in Poland (all times local):... [Read More]
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West Virginia University's Board of Governors has given initial approval to a ban on using electronic cigarettes on campus. The Dominion Post reports the change... [Read More]
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Oregon wildlife officials say 360,000 young salmon and eggs have died at a western Oregon fish hatchery. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife... [Read More]
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The Army is testing new ways to enable its artillery to shoot many miles farther as the U.S. military prepares for the possibility of large-scale... [Read More]
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South Dakota's state fire meteorologist is part of a coalition using satellite technology to notify fire managers when fuels are abnormally dry. Darren Clabo, a... [Read More]
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A new plan calls to transform a defunct power plant on the Burlington waterfront into an open performance and recreational space. The city council recently... [Read More]
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Historically black colleges and universities are seeing an upsurge in support and donations. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that last fiscal year, Spelman College in Atlanta... [Read More]
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The Maine company that employed a roofer who fell to his death has faced several fines lodged by federal safety authorities. The Portland Press Herald... [Read More]
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Records show a Maine corrections officer facing drug charges had disclosed prior drug use when applying for the job. The Portland Press Herald reports that... [Read More]
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Jurors begin deliberating Monday in the trial of two men charged with killing a popular disc jockey outside a northeastern Pennsylvania bar five years ago.... [Read More]
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A California man who was the founder and president of a natural gas and oil company in Utah faces charges in that state alleging he... [Read More]
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Law enforcement officers have raided a property that the Tuscarora Indian Nation of North Carolina claims as sovereign territory in eastern North Carolina after they... [Read More]
The demonstrations against France's high cost of living — sapped by cold weather, rain and recent concessions by French President Emmanuel Macron — were significantly... [Read More]
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Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into law a bill to bar circuses, carnivals and fairs from using wild and exotic animals such as elephants and... [Read More]
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The Twin Cities' Metro Transit is advance efforts to one day have all of its buses powered by electricity. [Read More]
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Incoming Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has named a state representative who is a member of the Army Reserves to be his veterans' affairs director. [Read More]
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A central Illinois community may nearly double the next mayor's salary and also give raises to city council members. The Pantagraph reports Normal's mayor makes... [Read More]
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