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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Hoover
The streets of Waterloo are a bit smoother now thanks to the efforts of volunteers who spent part of their weekend filling potholes.
WATER VALLEY 58, NAZARETH 42
Las Vegas and Phoenix are linked by a road that narrows to two lanes, hits stoplights in a Depression-era town and until recently backed up traffic over the Hoover Dam.
The planned closing of a pipe plant in Council Bluffs will cost an estimated 250 people their jobs.
Members of the Springfield Shriners are trying to recruit new members to help keep a longtime band and other traditions alive.
Authorities have confirmed that a body found in Arizona desert belongs to a Las Vegas landlord who police suspect was killed by a tenant.
Chiney Ogwumike is strolling across Stanford's campus on a spectacular sunny morning when two 16-year-old girls from the Seattle area on a college visit recognize her at the landmark spot of Hoover Tower.
An official says a capsized boat and the body of one missing Las Vegas man have been found in Lake Mead, and searchers are looking for two other men who were with him on a multi-day outing.
Nick Saban says he's getting into the car business.
Alabama is bracing for a one-two punch of winter weather expected to bring ice and snow accumulations across central and north Alabama.
Football signees announced Wednesday by BYU, with name, position, height, weight, school and hometown:
The city of Columbus has spent $723,000 trying to get rid of the rotten taste and smell of its drinking water, a problem officials said was caused by a toxic algae bloom in a reservoir that serves a half-million water customers.
Tow trucks, police and National Guard troops began clearing away thousands of vehicles abandoned during the winter storm as rising temperatures Thursday began thawing out the epic mess on interstates and other roads.
Thousands of people stranded overnight at school, at work or in their cars began getting home Wednesday as ice melted from Alabama highways and crews cleared roads littered with wrecked and abandoned vehicles.
Police in suburban Atlanta, who have been searching for a gunman who fired a rifle shot into a home, now have a suspect in custody.