Prosecutors in two Missouri counties charged a 26-year-old man Saturday evening with multiple counts of armed criminal action, first-degree felony assault and unlawful use of a weapon following a shooting spree that resulted in injuries to five people and two comfort dogs. - They stream into the picturesque colonial town by the hundreds, day and night. The Atlantic basin will see the most named storms since the 2012 season, the year Sandy crippled the U. East Coast, with five to eight of those strengthening into hurricanes by Nov.
30, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.
STILLWATER — A former high school agriculture teacher from western Oklahoma ignited controversy when he presented a black agriculture teacher with items commonly associated with the Ku Klux Klan, including a white robe and hood, in front of an audience of about 500 people during a breakout session last week at the Oklahoma Career Tech summer conference in Oklahoma City.
The call for applications was broad and immediate: As the Zika virus was spreading throughout the Americas, the U. Agency for International Development wanted innovators with bold solutions to step forward.
Nearly 900 did so, and officials winnowed them down to 21 of the most promising ideas this week.
In the past two decades, the devastation associated with opioid addiction has escaped the relative confines of the inner city and extended to suburban and rural America.
Due in large part to the proliferation of prescription pain relievers, rates of opioid abuse, addiction, overdose and related deaths have increased dramatically.
Editor’s note: The following is a reprint of the game story from Valdosta High’s 800th football win against Lee County that originally appeared in the Nov. With the Wildcats just one win away from their 900th win, the VDT will be looking back at … — Mike and Cindy Vickery of Morven, Ga., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kellie Anne Vickery of Thomasville, to Langdon Michael Attaway of Thomasville, son of Kay Attaway from Thomasville and Mike and Jen Attaway of Atlanta.
VALDOSTA — Inspectors have found a “mechanical issue” with a Ferris wheel owned by a Valdosta company that was involved in a serious accident in Tennessee Monday, leaving three children injured, one seriously, say police. — The inaugural class of Locate South Georgia LEADS presented by Electric Cities of Georgia will kick off Thursday, Aug. With 33 participants representing 21 counties across South Georgia, Locate South Georgia LEADS (LSGL) is an eight-month leadership experience that will develop individual leadership skills while engaging participants in discussions of regional importance around economic development, identify and influence, workforce development, and community growth that are both unique and relevant to South Georgia. – With less than three months remaining before the November elections, the Democratic nominee for rural Georgia’s Senate 13 seat – Tifton’s Ruenett Melton– is campaigning to replace Republican incumbent Greg Kirk in the Georgia General Assembly.
District 13 is a nine-county district which includes all of Tift, Turner, Lee, Crisp, Worth, Dodge and Dooly counties, along with parts of Wilcox and Sumter counties. A middle-aged government worker just stopping by on her commute home along Interstate 95.
A pastor reported to authorities the woman told the church her daughter had cancer, several seizures, is undergoing stem cell research and is on a waiting list for a heart transplant, according to the affidavit. Joplin police are trying to determine the motive of a 26-year-old man who was arrested early this morning following an active-shooter situation, which resulted in three crime scenes and five people injured. — Larry Long, a retired Oklahoma agriculture teacher who ignited controversy with racially charged actions at last week's Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education conference, has apologized. — A retired Oklahoma agriculture teacher ignited controversy last week when he presented a black agriculture teacher with items commonly associated with the Ku Klux Klan, including a white robe and hood, in front of an audience of about 500.
This has affected families and communities that once felt immune to this crisis.