• By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE TO VOTE ON REINSURANCE, TAX CUTS

    In a mad dash to the finish, the Wisconsin Legislature plans to vote this week on several key bills that would lower insurance costs,...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    GOV. DUCEY CALLS FOR $2M TO IMPROVE STATE TROOPER FACILITIES

    Gov. Doug Ducey's administration wants the next state budget to include $2 million to replace dilapidated housing units and office...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    HOW TO GET THE MIAMI HERALD'S TOP STORIES FROM ALEXA

    We have a new member of our household. Her name is Alexa - and she is smart. She can play our favorite music. Remind us of an appointment....

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    OPINIONS VARY ON POSSIBLE DALLAS-HOUSTON BULLET TRAIN

    William Shelton will not let go of the past, even if it is in the way of someone else's future. The Houston Chronicle reports he has...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    AP EXCLUSIVE: KEY EU BANKER ACCUSED OF BRIBERY, RUSSIA TIES

    Executives at Latvian bank Norvik say the nation's central bank chief, who was detained Saturday without charges, sought to extort...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    FAILED MISSILE TEST OFF OF KAUAI COSTS THE US $130 MILLION

    The U.S. Missile Defense Agency says the total cost of a failed missile test off of Kauai was $130 million. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser...

    U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    DR. SCOTT KILLMER A MASTER OF HIS TRADE

    Raleigh General Hospital is celebrating the accomplishments of one of its physicians - Dr. Scott Killmer - who now has successfully...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    AFTER THREE DECADES, THE ANNUAL YACHT SHOW IS LEAVING MIAMI BEACH FOR NEW WATERS

    The Miami Yacht Show is on the move. After 30 years along Indian Creek across from the Fontainebleau hotel, the show will cross the...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    CLEVELAND METROPARKS RECEIVE $4 MILLION GRANT TO BUY LAND

    The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Cleveland Metroparks $4.15 million to purchase 73 acres of land including wetlands...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    ROUNDS SURRENDERS ILLEGAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS

    South Dakota Sen. Mike Rounds was among federal candidates surrendering campaign donations after learning the money was illegally contributed,...

    Republicans
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    AS 'BLACK PANTHER' SHOWS, INCLUSION PAYS AT THE BOX OFFICE

    When Hollywood crafts a must-see theatrical event, it has increasingly been propelled by the power of inclusivity. Just as Jordan Peele's...

    Boxing
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    FROM DITCH-DIGGER TO OLYMPICS, KLINKHAMMER SAVORS JOURNEY

    Rob Klinkhammer hasn't forgotten his summer job back in junior hockey. Digging ditches will stick with you. His stepmother got him...

    Olympics
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    UTILITY SAYS ITS COOPER NUCLEAR PLANT ADDS $112M TO ECONOMY

    The utility that owns Cooper Nuclear Station says the power plant adds $112 million a year to Nebraska's economy. The Nebraska Public...

    Economy
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    A ROUNDUP OF RECENT MICHIGAN NEWSPAPER EDITORIALS

    The Detroit News. February 14, 2018 Elected state ed boards don't work Prior to the sexual abuse scandal that has rocked Michigan State...

    Election
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    RECENT EDITORIALS PUBLISHED IN IOWA NEWSPAPERS

    Des Moines Register. February 14, 2018 Medicaid bill demonizes low-income Iowans with delays, drug tests, work requirements When Iowans...

    Donald Trump
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    RECENT EDITORIALS PUBLISHED IN NEBRASKA NEWSPAPERS

    Omaha World Herald. February 14, 2018 Nebraska leaders must be mindful of NU's importance to the state's future. Nebraska's future...

    World
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    JURY SIDES WITH COMPANY THAT SUES CHARLESTON SANITARY BOARD

    A West Virginia jury has ruled that the Charleston Sanitary Board must pay an Upshur County contractor more than $1 million for breaching...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    ISRAELI GAS COMPANY ANNOUNCES $15B EXPORT DEAL WITH EGYPT

    Israeli energy company Delek Drilling has announced a $15 billion deal to supply natural gas to Egypt. Delek and its U.S. partner,...

    U.S.
  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    THIS HAIR DRYER CAN THROW OFF FLAMES. THAT'S WHY 73,000 HAVE BEEN RECALLED

    About 73,000 handheld hair dryers have been recalled because of a tendency to get a little sparky and fiery. The exact problem with...

  • By Miami Herald   -   Feb 19, 2018

    ONLY ON AP: PUCK, PLAYER TRACKING BEING TESTED AT OLYMPICS

    Finland players looked at the numbers and laughed. They couldn't believe captain Lasse Kukkonen only had five sprints in a game and...

    Olympics