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The advisory is in effect between 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday.


Anti-abortion groups and their Republican allies in state governments are using a range of strategies to counter proposed ballot initiatives that are intended to protect reproductive rights or prevent voters from having a say in the fall.


The Israeli military has announced a “tactical pause” in its offensive in the southern Gaza Strip to allow the deliveries of increased quantities of humanitarian aid.


This work is part of the 2024 Capital Project.


It started around 2 o'clock this morning near East Lucius Avenue.


Depending on the contracts each tenant signed, there could be some leeway to aid in their situation.


Pelican 3 owner Paul Hugenberg tells 21 News the United States is particularly vulnerable to attacks, due to the way its cyber defense systems are set up.


The goal is to make sure they're working properly and are code compliant to ensure security of students and staff.

Sewage overflow work to begin in Mill Creek Park this week


Crews will begin site work on Monday, June 17, throughout the northern section of the park.

Liberty teachers, students hold fundraiser for teacher battling COVID-19


Darnelle Clark, a first grade teacher has contracted COVID-19 and is on oxygen while medical bills for expensive treatments pile up.

Dangerous heat will headline this week's forecast


A week of hot and humid weather.