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An unidentified hiker reportedly injured on Old Rag Mountain on Friday could not be airlifted for medical treatment until the sun came up yesterday morning, the Rappahannock News reports. “We … more
MANSFIELD — Researchers have a name for the kind of divide America is currently experiencing: the "intractable conflict." It means a person's encounters with the "other tribe," whether it be … more
After Nebraska’s reopening led to record COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, the state is changing course in hopes that renewed public health restrictions will stanch the infections. Gov. Pete … more
The outdoor plaza overlooking Lake Mendota at The Edgewater hotel would have been a sea of cardinal and white this Friday. A few blocks away, at the Concourse Hotel, each of its 373 rooms would be … more
The hunters came from at least 21 states to the deep-cut canyons and Sand Hills of Nebraska to bag trophies for their walls back home. More than 100 people from states like New York, Wisconsin, … more
TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. — Insults were hurled from both sides Saturday afternoon as defenders and detractors of President Trump lined the western side of Ulster Avenue, on opposite sides of the … more
Missouri officials on Saturday reported a record number of new coronavirus cases, as the number of positive tests also continues to rise and officials have failed to control the virus in the … more
These maps and charts show the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19 in Missouri and Illinois.  Officials announced the first COVID-19 case in Missouri on March 7. CASESNOTE: On Oct. 11, … more
A pro-Trump caravan went from Marion to Murphysboro Saturday afternoon. Parade organizers planned the vehicle caravan weeks before the 2020 presidential election and estimate over 400 vehicles … more
Restaurants hoping to see larger numbers of patrons will have to wait after Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf vetoed a bill that would have allowed full capacity.  The governor vetoed House Bill … more
A motorcycle escort business that stopped traffic throughout Tucson last weekend for an hourslong Donald Trump parade did so illegally, authorities say. In a spectacle that outraged some Tucsonans … more
An explosion early Saturday morning in Harrisonburg, VA could be felt for miles. Only one business from the shopping center is still standing. more
Four Tulsa County ZIP codes were listed in red for severe risk of COVID-19 in the latest Tulsa Health Department hazard map on Friday — and the specific reasons are unclear as the trends … more
(The Center Square) – In less than a week, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will face off for the second and final presidential debate before the Nov. 3 election – and … more
A handful of states, plus the District of Columbia, have put strict restrictions on travelers coming from areas with COVID-19 surges, which now includes Wyoming. Wyomingites hoping to travel to … more
The Maryland Election Board would have to defer to federal jurisdiction over a claim by the Washington County Republican Central Committee that some Biden-Harris signs placed locally do not meet … more
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero reminded President Trump of his outstanding debt to the city in a letter Friday afternoon, saying the president’s campaign still owes Tucson taxpayers $80,000 from a … more
ST. LOUIS — The new coronavirus is spreading faster than ever in Missouri. A record number of people are hospitalized, fighting to recover. The month of September was the state's deadliest … more
Nebraska will reimpose a set of public health restrictions as the state's COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations climb to record numbers. Gov. Pete Ricketts on Friday announced four steps that will … more
In November, Oregon could be the first state to approve a ballot initiative, Measure 109, that legalizes psilocybin. Washington, D.C., is also voting on a measure related to psilocybin and other … more
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