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Published on February 26, 2021 - Page 4
Ohio on Thursday became the first state to challenge the U.S. Census Bureau’s decision to push back the release of 2020 census figures so more time...
Published on February 26, 2021 - Page 4
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A cat that went astray about 15 years ago has been reunited, older and maybe wiser, with its owner. Brandy, a brown tabby, was...
Published on February 25, 2021 - Page 2
Military delivering vaccines LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. military on Wednesday began delivering shots at coronavirus vaccination centers in Texas...
Published on February 25, 2021 - Page 4
DALLAS (AP) — As many people in the southern U.S. hosted neighbors who had no heat or water during the vicious February storm and deep freeze, Kate...
Published on February 25, 2021 - Page 4
CHICKASHA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma man who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort is now accused of...
Published on February 24, 2021 - Page 2
Utility board members resign AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Four board leaders of Texas’ embattled power grid operator said Tuesday they will resign...
Published on February 23, 2021 - Page 2
El Chapo’s wife arrested WASHINGTON (AP) — The wife of Mexican drug kingpin “El Chapo” Guzman was arrested on Monday at an airport in Virginia on...
Published on February 21, 2021 - Page 2
Warmer weather is a relief DALLAS (AP) — Warmer temperatures spread across the southern United States on Saturday, bringing some relief to a winter...
Published on February 21, 2021 - Page 3
DALLAS (AP) — With the snow and ice clearing in Texas after days of unusually cold temperatures, bodies are being found of people who likely froze to...
Published on February 21, 2021 - Page 3
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — When massive demonstrations against racial injustice erupted across the nation last summer, protesters used an increasingly...
Published on February 21, 2021 - Page 4
METAIRIE, La. (AP) — A person went into a gun store and shooting range in a New Orleans suburb and fatally shot two people Saturday, causing...
Published on February 21, 2021 - Page 6
PHOENIX (AP) — Peniella Irakoze is cold calling a list of 1,001 fellow students who didn’t return to Phoenix College this semester, checking on how...
Published on February 20, 2021 - Page 5
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — In the past year, insurrectionists have breached the U.S. Capitol and armed protesters have forced their way into statehouses...
Published on February 20, 2021 - Page 7
NEW YORK (AP) — Black Americans attend church more regularly than Americans overall, and pray more often. Most attend churches that are predominantly...
Published on February 20, 2021 - Page 8
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Biden administration moved to restore the asylum system to the way it worked for decades Friday by releasing a group of asylum-...
Published on February 19, 2021 - Page 8
WASHINGTON (AP) —Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Thursday recent signs of improvement in the U.S. economy are no reason to scale back the...
Published on February 18, 2021 - Page 4
Rush Limbaugh called himself a truth detector, doctor of democracy, lover of mankind and harmless fuzz ball, titles his legions of followers embraced...
Published on February 18, 2021 - Page 4
OCEAN CITY, N.J. (AP) — Ocean City is officially a “dry” town. In 1879, four Methodist ministers established a Christian seaside resort with a...
Published on February 18, 2021 - Page 6
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Spacecraft aiming to land on Mars have skipped past the planet, burned up on entry, smashed into the surface, and made it...
Published on February 17, 2021 - Page 8
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Black owner of 14 McDonald’s franchises says the company has shown more favorable treatment to White owners and denied him the...
Published on February 15, 2021 - Page 4
One patient threatened to shoot Dr. Terry Hunt if physical therapy didn’t relieve his pain as effectively as opioids did. Another harassed his staff...
Published on February 14, 2021 - Page 4
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Arrested for leading a march against racial segregation in 1963, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. spent days in solitary...
Published on February 14, 2021 - Page 4
The note cards poking from bouquets rushing out of a Chicago florist carry similar messages: “looking forward to celebrating in person.” “The notes...
Published on February 14, 2021 - Page 4
BUFFALO, Minn. (AP) —The fifth person shot when a man opened fire inside a medical clinic — killing one staff member and wounding four others — has...
Published on February 13, 2021 - Page 3
WASHINGTON (AP) —The Pentagon has approved the deployment of 20 more military vaccination teams that will be prepared to go out to communities around...
Published on February 13, 2021 - Page 3
Crowds are usually welcome and even encouraged in tourist-dependent New Orleans in the days leading up to Mardi Gras. But as the final weekend of the...
Published on February 13, 2021 - Page 3
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — It won’t be a dog’s life for a Tennessee canine whose owner recently died. Lulu, an 8-year-old border collie, will be living...
Published on February 13, 2021 - Page 4
CULLMAN, Ala. (AP) —A Mississippi teen who lost his Civil War-reenacting pet chicken Peep outside a Cracker Barrel restaurant in Alabama was reunited...
Published on February 13, 2021 - Page 5
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Census Bureau said Friday it won’t be delivering data used for redrawing congressional and state legislative districts...
Published on February 13, 2021 - Page 8
WASHINGTON (AP) —The nation’s top public health agency said Friday in-person schooling can resume safely with masks, social distancing and other...