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A mobile billboard will visit Midland and Odessa next week. more
Sicilians have played an important role in the culture of Abbeville and Vermilion Parish. On Saturday, that culture will be celebrated. The Sicilian Celebration will take place on Saturday, … more
President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are set to announce an agreement that aims to stem the flow of asylum seekers at unofficial crossings on the countries’ border. more
BATON ROUGE, La. (KTVE/KARD) -- According to officials, Real Reform Louisiana announces Benjamin Riggs as the new Executive Director. Riggs has been a lifelong Louisianian and a communications … more
This one hour special is about how women overcome economic barriers to empower themselves and their communities. hosted by Reena Ninan. You’ll hear about justice for domestic migrant workers in … more
Administrative law — Employment termination — Regulation’s plain language Appellant Pardeep Dhillon appeals the decision of the Circuit Court for Charles County, which upheld the action by the … more
By STEVE KARNOWSKI Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota is moving to strengthen the state’s... more
BRPD did not say which suspect was arrested, but did confirm it was one of the two women sought in connection with Millard's case. more
An 18-year-old student was arrested after he was found with a weapon at Seminole High School on Thursday, according to Sanford police. more
Since August 2021, Brianna Clayton and daughter Paisley, now 5, have been living in a guest bedroom – sharing a bed – at Brianna’s dad’s house. The awkward arrangement officially changed … more
The tax on the state's top investment earners passed in 2021. It was expected to raise hundreds of millions for education. more
Tennessee basketball proved it could beat anyone in 2022-23, but its maddening problems proved to be its doom.        more
Today, we reair some of our favorite conversations with female authors, actors, directors, and business owners as part of our celebration of Women's History Month.  *[REBROADCAST FROM March 3, … more
[REBROADCAST FROM March 10, 2023] For Feminist Fridays in honor of Women's History Month, we discuss the woman some consider to be the unofficial first female President: Edith Wilson. She helped run … more
[REBROADCAST FROM March 13, 2023] In continuing our Women's History Month programming looking at female trailblazers, we turn our attention to female philosophers! Author Regan Penaluna joins us to … more
[REBROADCAST FROM January 9, 2023] The celebrated novel, Women Talking, by Miriam Toews, follows an isolated community of Mennonite women who must decide what to do after learning they had been … more
[REBROADCAST FROM February 28, 2023] As we wrap up our Black Art History month series, we meet Nicola Vassell, one of the only black female gallery owners in New York City. She opened her eponymous … more
[REBROADCAST FROM March 8, 2023] Preeminent author Margaret Atwood joins us to discuss her latest short story collection, Old Babes in the Wood, containing fifteen works of short fiction. This … more
[REBROADCAST FROM March 3, 2023] Academy Award winner Jessica Chastain stars in the new Broadway adaptation of the classic feminist play, "A Doll's House." Chastain and playwright Amy Herzog join us … more
From Superstar Pride to Vanity Mirror: The 149th LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from CHYL, hip-hop from … more
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