Beginning Monday May 1st, Spring St. from 7th St. to the west end will be closed to allow for the reconstruction of the street and underground utilities.
Capitol Hill negotiators are reporting progress toward an agreement on $1 trillion spending bill that would fund operations of federal agencies through Oct. 1.
The Pentagon says investigations conducted during the month of March reveal that coalition airstrikes killed 45 civilians, mostly in and around the city of Mosul.
Families celebrated the spring season at the fifth annual Baraga County Spring Fling on April 29.
A man and woman were arrested in Sunday in connection with a motel shooting that police believe was part of a deadly cross-city rampage.
In a wide-ranging interview, Trump praised the North Korean despot, lauded China's efforts in the region, and claimed that he's had "tougher" jobs.
Protesters and marchers are expected to hit the streets Monday in what organizers describe as a surge in energy against President Donald Trump.
Russia isn't alone in its Arctic ambition. The United States, Russia, Canada, Denmark, Norway and Iceland all lay claim to the area and its abundant natural resources.
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