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.
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'Hannity' on COVID mandates, spike at border
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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 ...
‘A hit man sent them.’ Police at the Capitol recount the horrors of Jan. 6 as the inquiry begins.
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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 ...