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Jefferson County Carjacker Sentenced

Jefferson County Carjacker Sentenced

Vandoren gets 17 1/2 years in prison for carjacking incident...
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Farmington Runways Getting Upgrade

Farmington Runways Getting Upgrade

Renovations costing over $700,000...
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Desloge Sidewalk City Responsibilities

Desloge Sidewalk City Responsibilities

Citizens no longer responsible for portion of sidewalk surrounding homes...
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Old Bismarck Building Demolished

Old Bismarck Building Demolished

City officials looking into other derelict buildings in town as well...
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Citizen's Academy

Jefferson County Sheriff's Citizen's Academy

There are a limited number of seats available...
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Space Museum Grissom Center Trivia Night

Space Museum Grissom Center Trivia Night

Be a part of the Space Museum and Grissom Center's event...
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School Choice is Legislative Priority

School Choice is Legislative Priority

Measure passes House and goes to Senate again this session...
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Pregnancy Resource Center Annual Banquet

Pregnancy Resource Center Annual Banquet

Parkland Pregnancy Resource Center brings International Podcaster...
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Fine Arts Day at MAC

Fine Arts Day at MAC

Educational groups and MAC showcase Programs...
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Immigration Bill in Committee Hearings

Immigration Bill in Committee Hearings

Bill heightens enforcement efforts to secure state border...
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  • Charging challenges for electric vehicle owners
    With the U.S. transition to electric vehicles gaining momentum, the reliability of the EV charging infrastructure is becoming increasingly important. CBS national environmental correspondent David Schechter takes to the streets for a firsthand look, revealing that finding a working charger when and where needed isn’t always easy.
  • Ronna McDaniel announces last day as RNC chair will be March 8
    Ronna McDaniel had told former President Donald Trump a few weeks ago that she would step aside as chair of the Republican National Committee after the South Carolina primary​.
  • Supreme Court to decide on social media moderation powers
    The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments today in a pivotal case that could redefine social media companies' ability to moderate content on their platforms. This comes amid efforts by some states to impose regulations on how these companies manage online interactions.
  • Murder of Georgia nursing student prompts calls for immigration reform
    Details emerge in the devastating murder of 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley, who was attacked during a morning jog on a college campus in Georgia. The suspect in her murder had entered the U.S. illegally and had previously been arrested, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • Biden to host congressional leaders for Ukraine aid talks
    President Biden is set to meet with top congressional leaders at the White House this week in an effort to resolve the deadlock over new military aid for Ukraine.