NY AG office faces questions about top consultant’s resignation

Attorney General Letitia James’ office faces calls for more details on an internal investigation into sexual harassment that led to the resignation of Chief of Staff Ibrahim Khan. Sources say Khan resigned earlier this month after at least two women made allegations of sexual harassment against him. According to sources, the women were not working … Read more

The Mauna Loa Report: December 3, 2022

According to Ken Hon of the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory at Saturday’s media briefing, the lava flow remains active but is progressing “very slowly” from fissure 3 in the Saddle Road area. what you need to know Ken Hon: “People living on the southwest side of Mauna Loa volcano, down in South Kona and Ka’ū … Read more

What this Supreme Court case could mean for New York

It’s possible that Democrats in the New York state legislature will get another chance at a re-allocation. It all depends on whether Republicans prevail in a court case due to be heard in the US Supreme Court next week. The Supreme Court is to hear arguments Moore vs. Harper next Wednesday. The case comes from … Read more

New York Senator Tom O’Mara on one-party rule

Following Gov. Kathy Hochul’s narrower-than-expected victory earlier this month, some New York Republicans are analyzing the circumstances of the election and preparing for another session in the minority. One such Republican is State Senator Tom O’Mara of Big Flats, ranks on the Treasury and Investigative and Government Operations Committees. He was in Albany Wednesday for … Read more

What you need to know about winter parking in Wisconsin | Wisconsin

WISCONSIN — Throughout the Badger State, many cities have implemented winter street parking rules to keep streets clear. While some major cities have special rules for winter parking, others only enact restrictions for snow emergencies. Green Bay Green Bay is one of the cities affected by snowfall. If one is issued, the following restrictions will … Read more

Small businesses help DNR track CWD in Wisconsin deer | Wisconsin

WATERTOWN, Wisconsin — Data from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows that about 1 in 10 tissue samples from deer analyzed since April tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The DNR is still analyzing thousands of samples from the gunfish season, but 10% would be a record rate from CWD since the department began … Read more

Ohio inducts Veterans Hall of Fame 2022

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday at Ohio State University’s Fawcett Center to honor and recognize 20 veterans for their service. what you need to know During the event, Gov. Mike DeWine said he hopes to make Ohio more veteran-friendly All recruits were nominated by members of their community for making a difference … Read more

Police update number of people injured in shootings at LGBTQ+ clubs in Colorado = Colorado

Colorado police updated the death toll in the deadly Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs, which killed five people, to 22, including 17 people injured with gunshot wounds. Photo by Liz Copan/EPA-EFE/ Nov 29 (UPI) — Colorado police have adjusted the death toll in the deadly Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs, which killed five … Read more

Is Trump’s influence waning in Wisconsin? | Wisconsin

MADISON, Wisconsin – The so-called “red wave” that former President Donald Trump had hoped for did not materialize across the country, and the candidates he supported in Wisconsin did not fare well on Election Day either. After November’s midterm elections, some voters may be wondering if Trump has done more harm than good to the … Read more

Wisconsin nonprofits gear up for Giving Tuesday | Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE — Ashley Kessen spent Monday morning volunteering at Feeding America in Milwaukee, packing boxes full of hygiene products to be shipped to food supplies across the state. what you need to know Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin serves 35 counties in Wisconsin They work with more than 400 food banks and counties in the eastern … Read more