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November 1, 2012 Will the United States ever elect a woman president? When President Obama or Mitt Romney leaves the Oval Office, there will be a handful of highly touted female candidates for consideration as top-of-the-ticket nominees for both
Less than a third of Clark County schools made the grade under No Child Left Behind in the 2011-12 academic year, marking a new low for the country's fifth-largest district. Although a record low, the decline in local schools meeting federal
37 p.m. , updated April 8, 2012 at 6:37 p.m. A Saline County, Ill., woman who was the reported target of her estranged husband's murder-for-hire plot has been hospitalized after an apparent suicide attempt. Linda Young of Eldorado, Ill., was taken to
55 a.m. , updated April 3, 2012 at 7:55 a.m...An Eldorado, Ill., man is being held in the Saline County Jail under $1 million bond after police say he tried to hire someone to kill his estranged wife. Roger Dale Young, 61, faces a class-X felony
A Santa Rosa environmentalist is threatening to go to court after the state Department of Environmental Protection earlier today rejected her administrative complaint demanding that it take enforcement action against BP. Veteran Clean Water Network
Gov. Charlie Crist appointed the political odd couple, Democrat Bob Butterworth and Republican Jim Smith, nearly two weeks ago to spearhead what could be the biggest and most complex lawsuit ever attempted by the state. So far, the beaches remain
Kleenmaid brothers Andrew and Bradley Young, as the family attempts to put the $100 million collapse of the whitegoods chain behind them. Linda Young, wife of Kleenmaid founder Andrew, and Shelley Young, wife of Bradley, have registered as directors
Opponents of tough new environmental rules for Florida's farm and urban runoff aired their concerns today at a federal hearing, while an environmentalist accused state officials of using misinformation and scare tactics to stir up that opposition.
Richmond and Berkeley hope this strategy will work as they try to persuade more people to take public transit or carpool to cut emissions. The cities are the first in Contra Costa and Alameda counties to require that businesses with 10 or more
Because the commitment has been made to expand the empowerment program, School Board member Carolyn Edwards said it would be inconsistent to reject the contract with McCormick-Lee, a 30-year veteran who started the program more than three years ago.