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  • ACLU digs into mobile location privacy with huge police records request

     
    The American Civil Liberties Union is bringing its heavy artillery to bear on the mobile location privacy debate. The civil advocacy group has coordinated 34 of its offices to send 375 public records requests to police and law enforcement agencies......
  • Delores Cooper Palmer

        Delores Cooper Palmer passed away Saturday, June 4, at the age of 90.   Born in South Dakota, Delores and her family moved to Burbank in 1937.  She and her sister attended Glendale City College and graduated from UCLA in 1942.  During the war, she...
  • Missouri River Communities Prepare for Summer-Long Flooding

    Missouri River Communities Prepare for Summer-Long Flooding
    Communities all along the Missouri River are fearing the worst as floodwaters begin to rise, threatening at least 11 levees in rural Kansas and Missouri. In Atchison, Kansas, on Monday, Governor Sam Brownback checked out flood preparations as the fast-...
  • Towns, Farmers Scramble To Prepare As Flood Waters Near

    Towns, Farmers Scramble To Prepare As Flood Waters Near
    Flood waters are rushing south and people in Riverside are warned it's getting closer to their town. Riverside held a public meeting Tuesday morning, informing people what they could expect. Water is being released from Gavin's Point in South Dakota at...
  • Another Day, Another Round of Anxious Flood Watching

    Another Day, Another Round of Anxious Flood Watching
    The amount of water from Gavin Point's dam in South Dakota is increasing and that water is making its way here.  With that extra rush of water, flooding concerns are starting to grow a bit again. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is ordering the State Emergency...
  • State of Kansas Begins Inspecting Abortion Clinics

    State of Kansas Begins Inspecting Abortion Clinics
    Kansas launched an inspection Wednesday of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Overland Park, ahead of decisions by the health department that could leave the state as the first in the nation without any licensed abortion providers.     Three inspectors from...
  • Craig Braces for More Flooding from Missouri River

    Craig Braces for More Flooding from Missouri River
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is increasing the amount of water being released from the Gavin's Point Dam along the South Dakota-Nebraska border, and while that's bad news for many communities along the Missouri River in northwest Missouri, it is...
  • Louisiana Residents Eligible for Emergency Homeowners' Loan Program

     Louisiana Residents Eligible for Emergency Homeowners' Loan Program
    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)  and NeighborWorks America announce the launch of the Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program (EHLP). The program is designed  to help homeowners who are at risk of foreclosure in 27 states...
  • Levee Breach Floods Sugar Lake

    Levee Breach Floods Sugar Lake
    Hundreds of people were evacuated and around 100 homes are now underwater after a levee failed along the Missouri River near Sugar Lake on Tuesday, and residents say that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is to blame. The Corps has had to discharge a...
  • Planned Parenthood Receives Kansas Abortion License

    Planned Parenthood Receives Kansas Abortion License
    Kansas avoided becoming the first state in the country without an abortion provider by granting Planned Parenthood a license Thursday to continue performing abortionsunder new regulations being challenged in federal court. The new rules from the Kansas...
  • Through scouting, Eagles learn to fly

    Through scouting, Eagles learn to fly
    Older Boy Scouts in Chicagoland and around the nation are rebuffing satirist Tom Lehrer's spoof on their "Be Prepared" pledge, which says: "Be prepared to hold your liquor well. Don't write naughty words on walls if you can't spell." They're shaking...