SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service Mobile & Apps Newsletters News Local Fort Worth Arlington Northeast Tarrant Texas Crime & Courts Politics Elections Bud Kennedy Databases Nation and World Sports Cowboys Rangers TCU Mac Engel Colleges Mavericks Motorsports Stars High School Sports Scores & Schedules All Sports Football Baseball Softball Volleyball Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Opinion Editorials Letters Submit a letter Cheers and Jeers Submit a Cheer or Jeer Bud Kennedy Michael Ryan Cynthia M. Allen Other Voices Business Business Growth Entertainment Restaurants Arts & Culture Movies Things To Do Music Nightlife Party Pics Horoscopes Comics Contests Puzzles and Games Living Food & Drink Arts … [Read more...] about It’s where DFW goes to get a little piece of the Hill Country. And it’s crumbling away
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SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service SacBee Rewards About Us About Us Contact Us Apps Mobile & Apps Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube News in Education (NIE) Newsletters Local Sacramento Region Arena City Beat Crime Local Govt Salary Database The Homeless Marcos Bretón Transportation Education Environment Health & Medicine Traffic Conditions Weather Communities Elk Grove Folsom/El Dorado Roseville/Placer Yolo Sports Sports Kings NBA News 49ers Giants Oakland A's High School Sports Joe Davidson More Sports Raiders NFL News MLB News River Cats Soccer Colleges Golf Autos Racing Politics Politics Capitol Alert State Workers The California Influencer Series Local Elections PoliGRAPH State Worker Salary Database Legislative Gifts … [Read more...] about Here’s what Gavin Newsom had to say at his inauguration
Nick Miroff, The Washington Post Published 9:43 am PDT, Wednesday, October 24, 2018 Border Patrol agent Robert Rodriguez approaches the banks of the Rio Grande at one of the busiest places for illegal crossings, near McAllen, Texas, on August 15, 2018. Border Patrol agent Robert Rodriguez approaches the banks of the Rio Grande at one of the busiest places for illegal crossings, near McAllen, Texas, on August 15, 2018. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Carolyn Van Houten A young man prepares to launch the raft that will ferry Cecilia Ulloa, 25, and her son, Darwin, 13, across a remote stretch of the Rio Grande into Hidalgo County, Texas, in August, 2018. A young man prepares to launch the raft that will ferry Cecilia Ulloa, 25, and her son, Darwin, 13, across a remote stretch of the Rio Grande into Hidalgo County, Texas, in August, 2018. Photo: … [Read more...] about The border is tougher to cross than ever. But there’s still one way into America.
Jennifer Chambers The Detroit News Published 8:30 PM EDT Oct 8, 2018 Detroit — As Detroit's school district develops plans to make drinking water safe inside its buildings, a review of testing data shows one school had more than 54 times the allowable amount of lead under federal law while another exceeded the regulated copper level by nearly 30 times. The Detroit News reviewed hundreds of pages of water reports for 57 buildings that tested for elevated levels of lead and/or copper in the water to provide a detailed look how excessive the metal levels were in the most elevated sources. “We discontinued the use of drinking water when concerns were identified without any legal requirement to do so, and hydration stations will ensure there is no lead or copper in all water consumed by students and staff," Superintendent Nikolai Vitti told The News in response to the elevated levels. The findings come as Vitti will announce Tuesday a long-term … [Read more...] about Several Detroit schools test at excessive toxin levels
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE WASHINGTON — One finding from this month’s NBC/WSJ poll that didn’t get as much attention as it deserved was this number: 59 percent of voters said they wanted to see a “great deal” or “quite a bit” of change from the way President Trump has been leading the country. By contrast, 40 percent said they wanted no change/not that much change/just some change. That 59 percent wanting change was almost identical to the 62 percent who said this on the same question in November 1994 (when Republicans won control of Congress), and the 63 percent who said this in October 2010 (when the GOP won the House and picked up six Senate seats). What’s more, those who said they wanted change in our September 2018 poll included 61 percent of independents, 65 percent of voters living in competitive House districts, 59 … [Read more...] about Yes, 2018 is shaping up to be another change election