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Irvington City Council-Special Called Meeting


6/29/15—The Irvington City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance adopting the annual budget for the 2015/16 fiscal year at a special called meeting Monday evening.  The General Fund budget totals $479,460, and the water and sewer budget is $828,328.   The Council will have the second reading of the budget ordinance at their regular meeting next

Cloverport Board of Education-Special Called Meeting


6/25/2015—The Cloverport Board of Education approved a three part Early Learning Plan at a Special Called Meeting Thursday evening.  The plan creates a full day pre-school classroom for twenty students.  It will create an additional classroom if there is a need, and it will begin an Early Head Start classroom in conjunction with Breckinridge/Grayson Head Start in the 2016/17
Puerto Rico governor seeks to delay debt payments
Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla announced a new plan to restructure the $72 billion in public debt the island is unable to repay
Civic Stadium catches fire
Firefighters are battling a blaze at the historic Civic Stadium in Eugene, Oregon
Arkansas county clerk to resign over same-sex marriage
Objecting to issuing same-sex marriage licenses, the Cleburne County official announced her intent to step down
Confederate flag opponents, supporters rally outside South Carolina capitol
Opposing groups faced off outside of the South Carolina state house over flying the Confederate flag
Physicist on latest Space X catastrophe
After a third SpaceX rocket failed after launching, the future of the company's space program is in doubt
FBI warns of possible attack for July 4th holiday
The FBI is warning of an attack on U.S. soil after a New Jersey man was arrested for supporting ISIS
Father and son bitten by alligator during outing
A father and son are in stable condition after being bitten by an alligator during a family outing
"Top Gun" remake to hit the big screen
A script for a sequel to the 80's classic "Top Gun" is in the works and is said to reprise the main character Pete "Maverick" Mitchell
Families of fallen Ariz. firefighters to receive settlement
Relatives of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot members killed battling an Arizona wildfire settled a suit two years after their deaths
NBC cuts ties with Donald Trump
NBCUniversal is endings its business relationship with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, following controversial comments about Hispanics. CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
Photographer chronicles diversity in marriage
Natasha Jahangir, 28, photographs newlyweds outside of New York's city hall. The images she captures reflect how marriages are becoming more diverse. Vinita Nair reports.
Fourth of July weekend prompts terror concerns
The Department of Homeland Security warns about the risk of an attack on the Fourth of July. Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell explains why this routine warning holds more weight this year.
Same-sex couples marry in new states
Since Friday's Supreme Court ruling, same-sex marriages have been happening in states where bans had been in place. However, even as couples take their vows, some local authorities continue to protest the law. Omar Villafranca reports.
Supreme Court upholds use of execution drug
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that a controversial drug used in lethal injections should remain legal to use. Jan Crawford reports on the justices' ruling.
​Photographer captures changing face of American marriage
Natasha Jahangir's "Married in New York" blog celebrates diverse weddings at New York's city hall