• Ceremonies mark Memorial Day activities in Clark County
Ceremonies mark Memorial Day activities in Clark County

Monday and will form behind St. Luke Hospital. The day was born out of the U.S. Civil War and was officially proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by General John Logan, Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. A Memorial Day service will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Arcadia Church Cemetery. At 9:30 a.m., the police department honor guard joins ...

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  • House budget leaves out Senate spending cuts
House budget leaves out Senate spending cuts

In this May 4, 2017, photo Joanna Smith, of Houston , walks her twin first-graders home from school. It's time for lawmakers to try something different to stimulate West Virginia's economy, he said, adding that the bill would close the state's projected budget deficit in the fiscal year that starts in July without requiring deeper funding cuts for...

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  • Gianforte, charged with assaulting reporter, wins House seat in Montana special election
Gianforte, charged with assaulting reporter, wins House seat in Montana special election

Jacobs described what happened in this way: "He grabbed my recorder, and next thing I knew I'd gone from being vertical to being horizontal on the floor". Gianforte: I'm sick and exhausted of you guys. The president remains popular in states he overwhelmingly won in 2016 despite low national approval numbers.

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  • Will the weather ruin the Memorial Day weekend?
Will the weather ruin the Memorial Day weekend?

We stay in the 70s all week and stay dry during the day from Tuesday through next weekend, the first weekend of June. Multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms will be possible Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening, and the potential exists for some of those storms to produce severe weather and flash flooding.

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  • 23 million more uninsured with GOP health bill, analysts say
23 million more uninsured with GOP health bill, analysts say

According to the CBO, "Over time, it would become more hard for less healthy people (including people with pre-existing medical conditions) in those states to purchase insurance because their premiums would continue to increase rapidly".

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  • Key benchmarks in President Donald Trump's budget
Key benchmarks in President Donald Trump's budget

US President Donald Trump boards the Air Force One to Brussels, at the end of a 2-day visit to Italy including a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican, at Rome's Fiumicino worldwide airport, Wednesday, May 24, 2017 . Georgia Rep. Sanford Bishop said the cuts "fail the test of basic human decency". The budget does not include cuts to Medicare ...

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  • Man with 'Joker' inspired tattoos arrested in Florida
Man with 'Joker' inspired tattoos arrested in Florida

Jared Leto as the Joker in a scene from 'Suicide Squad'. During a pat-down, the officer said he found a Smith & Wesson.380-caliber gun in Sullivan's pocket and arrested him. It's the sort of call Commissioner Gordon likely gets all the time - but lacking a Batsignal, Miami police made a decision to dispatch a patrol auto instead.

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  • Pregnant senior not allowed to walk at graduation
Pregnant senior not allowed to walk at graduation

Her emotional declaration took place in the school auditorium. A Christian school in Pennsylvania is defending its decision to bar a pregnant senior from her graduation ceremony next week. "By banning her and her alone, the administration and board collectively chose to make a public example of one student and has either intentionally or uninte...

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  • Hamilton County in a tornado watch
Hamilton County in a tornado watch

The greatest threat of severe storms will be along and east of Interstate 75, and between noon and 5 p.m., according to the National Weather Service . The stronger storms could produce damaging wind gusts. The threat of flooding continues across several southern states as heavy rain soaked the area and prompted new flood watches in the Carolin...

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  • Greg Gianforte Rolls Out Endorsements In Closing Political Ad
Greg Gianforte Rolls Out Endorsements In Closing Political Ad

But talented Democrats have won in the state for years - they've held at least one Senate seat there for decades, and their Democratic governor just overcame Trump's strong showing to win reelection last November - over the same deeply flawed Republican candidate that's running for this seat, businessman Greg Gianforte.

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  • White House lawyers research impeachment
White House lawyers research impeachment

Trump faces criticism for his alleged attempts to influence an FBI investigation into reports of collusion between Trump campaign officials and Russian Federation during the 2016 US presidential election. And on Wednesday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed a special counsel to take over the FBI's Russian Federation investigation. ...

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  • Sheriff: 1 dead after tornado hits Wisconsin trailer park
Sheriff: 1 dead after tornado hits Wisconsin trailer park

The high winds during a tornado can rip a mobile home, which frequently would not have a foundation, from its moorings. Fire Chaplain Danny Ringer told reporters late Tuesday that the storm destroyed 40 homes and severely damaged up to 75 others.

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  • Senior White House Aide 'Person of Interest' in Russia Probe
Senior White House Aide 'Person of Interest' in Russia Probe

Trump has said he plans to nominate a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director soon, but there was no announcement Friday. After days of political tumult in Washington , the Justice Department announced the appointment on Thursday of a special counsel to look into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion by the Trump ...

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  • Venezuela opposition leader blocked from traveling to UN
Venezuela opposition leader blocked from traveling to UN

The opposition leader stressed the passport was valid until 2020. A protester demonstrates against the Venezuelan government outside the Organization of American States during a special meeting in April. Capriles, the 44-year old leader of the center-right Justice First party, is the most prominent opponent of socialist President Nicolas Maduro. ...

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  • Cardinals trade Adams, activate Piscotty from DL
Cardinals trade Adams, activate Piscotty from DL

With Freddie Freeman (wrist) landing on the disabled list earlier in the week, the Braves seem to have found his (temporary) replacement at first base. The Atlanta Braves acquired first baseman Matt Adams from St. Louis on Saturday in an attempt to help fill the void left by injured star Freddie Freeman .

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  • Russian Officials Bragged During Campaign That They Could Exploit Flynn Ties
Russian Officials Bragged During Campaign That They Could Exploit Flynn Ties

Russian officials developed a relationship with Michael Flynn over the course of months and bragged that they could use him to influence Donald Trump, sources said. News reports said Trump repeatedly tried, without success, to get Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey to drop the probe into Flynn.

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  • Missouri floods kill at least 5
Missouri floods kill at least 5

Along with another day of rain in the Kansas City area, water levels continue to rise across Missouri , causing flooding and dozens of road closures. Asa Hutchinson says additional resources that include more than 100 members of the state's National Guard have been dispatched to help parts of northeast Arkansas hit by severe flooding.

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  • Notre Dame students plan walkout during Pence speech
Notre Dame students plan walkout during Pence speech

Some graduating seniors at the University of Notre Dame say they are planning to protest the presence of Vice President Pence at their commencement by standing up and quietly walking out of the ceremony. Organizers expect as many as 1,000 participants, and perhaps as many as 2,000, based on recent events, including the marches for women and science...

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  • In New Orleans, Confederate monuments are gone _ Lee last
In New Orleans, Confederate monuments are gone _ Lee last

Robert E. Lee on Friday, completing the Southern city's removal of four Confederate-related statues that some called divisive. Since May 11, crews have removed monuments to Jefferson Davis, president of the pro-slavery Confederacy and P.G.T.

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  • Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call
Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call

He said tech companies, customers and the government need to "work together" to protect against attacks. The major cyber attack had brought operations at hospitals, telecommunications firms and other companies to a halt. Smith went on to describe the situation as the equivalent of U.S. Tomahawk cruise missiles getting stolen from military stockpi...

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