Eastside Elementary School celebrated the upcoming Thanksgiving holidays in the most traditional way possible: a feast with family and friends.
Nebraska regulators have approved TransCanada’s controversial Keystone XL pipeline, but not its preferred route through this state — raising questions about whether the company will continue to pursue the project.
WASHINGTON — In another attempt to punish so-called sanctuary cities, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that the Justice Department will award $98,495,397 in grant funding to cities and states that “cooperate with federal law enforcement.”
There will be plenty of lines to stand in on Thanksgiving Day and on Black Friday. Here are some of the biggest sales and what times the stores open.
The salads were recalled for potential contamination of "extraneous materials," specifically hard silica and glass fragments, according to a news release the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
ELKO – In the year since an American Medflight plane crashed in the Barrick parking lot off Mountain City Highway and killed four people there is still no word from the National Transportation and Safety Board on how the accident occurred, but there has been scrutiny of Piper PA-31T planes by federal flight officials.
Though gas prices are up significantly from last year, AAA Auto Club is predicting a whopping 50.9 million Americans will travel out of town over the five-day Thanksgiving holiday period, an increase of 3.3 percent from last Thanksgiving.
Army Staff Sgt. Michael Keith Coon took his own life after 10 years of distinguished military service while battling PTSD. Nearly two years later, Michael D. Coon is raising awareness of the issue of veteran suicides.
The mayoral forum on Friday night began with an acknowledgement that the candidates were short on time. They needed to get somewhere else soon. And after about half hour, it was easy to see why.
Gov. Nathan Deal, U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter and state Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black will speak to the members of the Georgia Farm Bureau on Dec. 4 at the organization’s 80th annual meeting.
Officials with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources cut the ribbon Thursday on new state-of-the art archery and air rifle ranges at the Lake Blackshear Resort/Georgia Veterans State Park near Cordele.
Nomination meetings to fill two positions on the five-member Georgia Peanut Commission will be conducted during simultaneous grower nomination meetings at 10 a.m. Dec. 14.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives passed a massive tax overhaul Thursday, with Speaker Paul Ryan saying his members “broke through” the “powers of the status quo” to abolish major tax loopholes.
Government incentives were aimed at greenhouse gases, but corn sprawl set off major emissions, UW-Madison research suggests.
Senate Republicans plan to pull the plug on an Obama-era requirement that people who don’t buy health insurance pay a fine, a move Montana Sen. Steve Daines applauds.
The Board of Regents, the 19-member governing body for the University System of Georgia, on Wednesday elected Regent James M. Hull to a one-year term as the board’s chair and Regent Don L. Waters to a one-year term as the board’s vice chair.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, confirmed this week that he will hold up the nomination of Bill Northey to a federal agriculture post until he gets a meeting with the president to discuss the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Eighty-three counties, including four in metro Albany and others in Southwest Georgia, have been designated primary disaster counties in Georgia affected by Hurricane Irma by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Another 25 also are eligible for Farm Service Agency help as contiguous disaster counties.
A little boy with a rare medical condition has received some big-league help from Alex Gordon and other professional athletes with Nebraska ties.
The Gordmans bankruptcy is over, with a final plan of liquidation approved by the court less than a year after the Omaha department store chain collapsed under cratering sales and high dividend payments to its majority shareholder.
Joe Penny died in a motorcycle accident in August, so neighbors, friends and relatives banded together last week to harvest more than 600 acres of his soybeans near Decatur, Nebraska.