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Oct 24 2023
CASPER, Wyo. — Natrona County School District’s Central Services Facility was approved for a lighting overhaul. The NCSD Board of Trustees approved the $143,675 contract at its meeting on Oct. 23. Superintendent Michael Jennings has endorsed Wired Electric LLC as the top choice, stemming from its competitive bid, according to a memo prepared for the board. In response to the public bid processOil City News
Nov 01 2023
TribLIVE's Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. State funding for nonprofits that serve vulnerable populations may double after a bill passed the Pennsylvania state House on Tuesday. HB 1772 passed with the bipartisan support and backing from Pittsburgh-area lawmakers. It would increase total funding for the NonprofitPittsburgh Tribune-Review
Nov 01 2023
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green subpoenaed Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas this week for his agency’s "wholly inadequate" response to requests for records related to the panel’s investigation into the vetting process of individuals who entered the United States after the Biden administration's withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Green, R-Tenn., issued theFox News (Online News)
Nov 07 2023
Israel will take ‘overall security responsibility’ of Gaza for ‘indefinite period’ after war, Netanyahu says
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that the Jewish state will be responsible for the “overall security” of the Gaza Strip for an “indefinite period” after the country’s war against Hamas ends.
Netanyahu, 74, hinted at his vision for the future of the Palestinian-controlled territory during an interview on ABC News’ “World News Tonight with David Muir,” where heNew York Post (News)
Nov 04 2023
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Oct 17 2023
One of the cleanest hard-hitting tackles of the year went down at Citizens Bank Park Tuesday night. The Park was at fever pitch as the Phillies handled the Arizona Diamondbacks, 10-0, to extend the NLCS series lead to 2-0. One rogue fan decided to celebrate on the field and was met with stiff punishment courtesy of a BRUTE of a security guard. The security didn’t just stop the guy for hisOutKick
Oct 31 2023
Speaker Mike Johnson’s decision to force a stand-alone vote on aid for Israel, peeling off a request from the Biden administration for money from Ukraine and coupling it with spending cuts, has set up a confrontation between the House and Senate over how to fund U.S. allies during the conflicts. Mr. Johnson, the Louisiana Republican who has personally voted against sending military aid to KyivNew York Times (News)
Oct 22 2023
INDIANAPOLIS — The Cleveland Browns beat the Indianapolis Colts Sunday by one point, according to the AP. Browns P.J. Walker replaced injured quarterback Deshaun Watson in the first quarter and commanded a fourth-quarter comeback. Walker relied on Kareem Hunt with 15 seconds left to secure their victory of 39-38, according to the AP. The Browns saw the Colts’ defense look vulnerable andWHIO 7
Sep 13 2023
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney signed the Delaware Personal Data Privacy Act on Monday afternoon, giving Delawarans the right to access their personal data and know who’s collecting it. House Bill 154 was sponsored by Rep. Krista Griffith (D-Fairfax), and the governor’s signature represents the culmination of her two-year campaign to give consumers power back on how their personal data wasDelaware Business Times
Dec 01 2020
As Chinese companies like TikTok gain access to U.S. markets and ever more data on American citizens, many observers have argued that federal privacy legislation has become a national-security imperative. Yet concerns about China and national security are only two of several reasons for the United States to enact such legislation. When it comes to strengthening privacy, digital trade, and U.SBrookings Institution