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Young immigrants shout down Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi

U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi tries to talk as protesters demonstrate during a press conference on the DREAM ACT on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 in San Francisco, Calif. Several dozen young immigrants shouted down Pelosi, the top Democrat in the U.S. House, on Monday during an event in San Franc

ARIZONA DAILY SUN - 2017-09-18 20:40:43

Forest Service Labor Day Pack-It-Out Program a success

Forest Service staff has said they should have gotten a degree in trash, not forestry in order to do the job. In the Tonto National Forest, the most-visited forest in the nation, trash after summer holidays had posed a nearly impossible cleanup job - until the recreation team created the Pack-It-Out

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Culver's of Payson restaurant crew up for award

Please log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase a subscription to continue reading. The customer service at the Culver's of Payson is so good, the restaurant might win national recognition.Alexis Bechman/Roundup Culver's of Payson has a chance to win national recognition and a cash prize

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Arizona Rural Schools Association to honor Johnny Ketchem

The Arizona Rural Schools Association honored Rim Country's Johnny Ketchem with an induction into its Hall of Fame on Sept. 15 at a ceremony at Little America in Flagstaff. Ketchem served as a rural educator for 36 years. He has been in education for 42 years, from teaching to administration. As a r

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Payson Care Center wins Best of Theme in Rodeo Parade

On Aug. 19, Payson Care Center continued its tradition of participating in the community's annual Rodeo Parade. This year's theme for the parade was "Adventure Where We Live." Payson Care Center took that theme and ran with it. Rick Brennan, marketing director, and Sheri Kovar, admissions director,

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Parents, teachers mad with Roosevelt School District changes

PHOENIX - The potential loss of a critical resource is creating a divide at a Valley school district that is pitting teachers and parents against the superintendent. Parents and teachers are upset at the thought of the cut of long term substitute teachers which could cost some school programs, like

ABC 15 NEWS - 2017-09-20 01:26:15

Snow day in mid-September at Oregon lodge

MOUNT HOOD, Ore. (KATU) - It's mid-September, a few days away from the first official day of Fall, and Timberline is seeing its first significant sticking snow of the season. It's unusual, but not completely out of the question. John Burton is the Director of Marketing for the Lodge and ski area. "H

FOX47.COM - 2017-09-20 16:18:46

Madison man sentenced for 3rd incident involving crack cocaine

MADISON, Wis. - A Madison man was sentenced Tuesday for the third time for an incident involving crack cocaine, according to a release. Joseph Thigpen, 41, was sentenced to 16 years and 9 months in prison for possession of crack cocaine with the intent to distribute it, officials said. Thigpen plead

CHANNEL 3000 - 2017-09-20 17:33:10

Police investigate thefts from food carts on Madison's north side

MADISON, Wis. - Madison police are investigating thefts from food carts parked on the city's north side. Capt. Jay Lengfeld said a generator was stolen from a cart parked in the 1200 block of North Sherman Avenue sometime between Sept. 3-5. Lengfeld said police don't have a suspect.

CHANNEL 3000 - 2017-09-20 21:27:19

Report: Fatal plane crash during 'American Made' film blamed in part on Tom Cruise

The loved ones of two people who died during a plane crash while filming for "American Made" claim Tom Cruise is partially to blame for it. The Blast reports from court documents that the families of Alan Purwin and Carlos Berl believe the famous actor and director Doug Liman "contributed to the cir

FOX47.COM - 2017-09-20 14:22:27

Severe storms possible later Wednesday as September heat wave continues

Although the autumnal equinox is just two days away, south-central Wisconsin will see highs in the 80s peaking near 90 into early next week, according to forecasters. With the heat comes chances for showers and thunderstorms, with some possibly severe late Wednesday afternoon, the National Weather S

MADISON - 2017-09-20 11:15:00

Madison job center in shuttered west side restaurant delayed by lack of bids

Griff's, a former burger joint located across the street from Elver Park on Madison's west side, is slated to become a job center. Originally scheduled to open in 2016, the project has stalled again due to a lack of bids to renovate the property. The job center at 1233 McKenna Blvd. will be called t

MADISON - 2017-09-20 20:00:00

The Latest: President Trump gives hurricane update

(AP Photo/Carlos Giusti). Electricity poles and lines lay toppled on the road after Hurricane Maria hit the eastern region of the island, in Humacao, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. The strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in more than 80 yea... (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti). Power lines are do

WKOW.COM - 2017-09-21 12:15:00

Chef of the Year 2017: Daniel Bonanno is a chef's chef

You can tell a lot about Daniel Bonanno just by eating his food. "He's a very underrated chef," says Mindy Segal, a James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and owner of HotChocolate Bakery in Revival Food Hall in Chicago. It was Segal's first time eating at A Pig in a Fur Coat on Williamson Street, an

CHANNEL 3000 - 2017-09-21 05:05:11

The 2017 Best Places to Work

The difference between a good workplace and an outstanding one depends on certain factors. For some, it could be the friendly company culture and the caliber of co-workers that tip the scale toward being a stellar workplace. For others, it may be competitive pay and special perks. When it comes to

CHANNEL 3000 - 2017-09-21 05:00:11

California could become first state to ban puppy mills

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (NBC) -- California could become the first state to ban the sale of animals from so-called puppy mills or mass breeding operations under legislation sent Thursday to Gov. Jerry Brown by lawmakers. Animal rights groups are cheering the bill by Democratic Assemblyman Patrick O'Donne

NBC15.COM - 2017-09-21 15:02:00

Janette Rosenbaum: You don't have to be a saint to be an environmental activist

Environmental activists are often criticized for driving, flying, being on the grid, or otherwise engaging in less-than-saintly behavior environmentally speaking. Our failure to live a zero-carbon lifestyle is used as evidence that we're not seriously committed to ending the use of fossil fuels. In

MADISON - 2017-09-21 15:00:00

Baby found unresponsive in Lake Delton motel bathtub, police say

STEVE APPS, STATE JOURNAL ARCHIVES A 10-month-old baby was rushed to UW Hospital in Madison Wednesday night after being found unresponsive in a bathtub at a Lake Delton motel. Police were dispatched to the Delton Motel at about 7:50 p.m. Wednesday after the mother of the infant found the infant face

MADISON - 2017-09-21 14:30:00

100 Black Men honored by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

The 100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. will receive the "Friends of Education" award from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Thursday. Each year, DPI recognizes individuals and organizations that have shown a commitment to supporting education in Wisconsin. In a statement released by DPI, st

MADISON - 2017-09-21 14:30:00

Neighborhood, city push State Street hotel to shift design from modern to traditional

Buy Now A new design for a proposed hotel on State Street breaks down the massing, giving the appearance of more than one storefront. The development team shifted toward a more traditional design after months of community feedback. The developers of a planned hotel on State Street originally propos

MADISON - 2017-09-21 14:20:00