Property tax appraisals are out and they are up. Some state leaders are calling for property tax rates to be frozen at last year’s level. Will the state step in? In addition, we look at a spike of coronavirus cases in Amarillo and the voting-by-mail battle still underway in Texas.
More info on Inside Texas Politics: Will the state step in on property tax rates?
Here’s your Duluth voter’s guide for the upcoming 2021 primary
Four of Duluth's nine City Council seats are on the ballot this fall, and 15 candidates are hoping to advance past the Aug. 10 primary. Eight people are running for two at-large council seats that ...
Landfill expansion proposal sparks debate among Riverview City Council candidates
The News-Herald posed three questions to each of the 10 candidates, asking them to discuss why they wish to serve on the council and what they hope to accomplish. They also were asked to weigh in ...
Kaseya, the tech firm hit by ransomware, gets the key to unlock its customers’ data.
Kaseya, the Miami-based company at the center of a ransomware attack on hundreds of businesses over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, said on Thursday that it had received a key that would help ...
Coronavirus latest: EasyJet to increase flights as summer travel returns
The rapid spread of the Delta strain of coronavirus has hit the developing world hard, led to renewed social restrictions in Asian countries that had previously appeared to have the virus under ...
John Glenn centennial, passport office pileup, Museum of Chinese reopens: News from around our 50 states
Machines in partisan election audit to be replaced in Arizona, plan to give Canadians expiring vaccines in tunnel nixed in Michigan, and more ...
Evacuations for Afghans Who Helped U.S. Troops Will Begin This Month
The White House kept crucial details under wraps, including who would ultimately be eligible and where evacuees could safely be sent while their visa applications were reviewed.
LOOK WHO's TALKING FOR THE GOP — NEVERMIND ON TERM LIMITS — BUTTIGIEG ALERT — BRIBES & TAX BREAKS
Illinois GOP Chairman Don Tracy sent a letter to Republican leaders Monday expressing frustration that MSNBC, CNN and local media turn to Republican consultants who “trash” other Republicans. “When ...
'Do you miss me yet?' Inside Donald Trump’s comeback camp
When, in March, John Arrigo married Megan Noderer in a swanky members’ club in Florida, it seemed only polite to invite the club’s owner, an old friend, to say a few words at the reception. What the ...