She pointed a crayon at another student and said ‘pew pew’.”
The attacks come as Iraq faces its greatest challenge since the 2011 withdraw of U.S. troops.
The proposed plan would pay $1 million or more to retirees with the most severe neurological problems.
The order went into effect after state health officials said a voluntary 21-day isolation agreement was violated.
There is no wall or barrier between the trail and the gorge in the area where the teen was hiking.
Public health workers use no-touch thermometers to take the temperatures of the travelers.
For activists, the top priority after marriage is federal legislation that would outlaw a broad range of discrimination.
The company declared $17.2 million on 274 trips through San Diego’s San Ysidro port of entry.
For months, Topeka has been dealing with abandoned buildings and vacant eyesores.
Harold Eulert was killed in the accident.
Kansas is urging people who enjoy the outdoors to take the test necessary to get into the hiring pool.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service predicts a record yield of 160 bushels per acre.
Macy’s workers will have to cut their Thanksgiving Day celebration a bit short this year.
People were able to get a taste of Topeka downtown Saturday.
“I’m almost speechless for words,” Chief Bryce Johnson said. “This shouldn’t happen.”
Huntsman pleaded guilty in July to larceny and evidence tampering under the Alford Doctrine.
U.S. District Court Judge Max O. Cogburn, Jr., in Asheville issued a ruling shortly after 5 p.m. declaring the ban unconstitutional.
From the beginning, Snowden is seen as highly aware that such a leak would mean sacrificing his own freedom.
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Police say she was trying to kill herself and her children.
Their investigation found that the students held other teens against their will and improperly touched them in a sexual manner.
The four-day event called Ferguson October began Friday afternoon with a march outside the St. Louis County prosecutor’s office.
The documents, part of 10,000 pages of records from the Clinton administration were released on Friday.