An Alda man was killed in a crash southwest of Grand Island late Wednesday when the van he was driving hit a train.
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Makisha Gurlly, 23, was charged Saturday with murder and armed robbery. Gurlly is accused of taking a woman's wallet and shooting her in the head.
(The Center Square) – A bill signed into law last week by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul effectively outlaws the sale of new gas-powered vehicles in less than 14 years.
On a sunny fall Tuesday 20 years ago, I was working in New York two short blocks from the Empire State Building. I learned of the first plane — and then the second plane — via a TV in our conference room. All of the office phones went out, including cellphones. I tried to send emails to my husband, parents and clients.
I was traveling for work that day, having arrived in Galesburg, Illinois, as a railroad contractor the night before. Headed to breakfast, the radio mentioned a plane hitting the WTC. I figured a Cessna pilot fell asleep or something. After breakfast, the radio said a second plane hit. Somehow I knew instantly it was an attack and that bin Laden was behind it. When I arrived at the railyard offices, everyone was in stunned disbelief.
POCATELLO — The concept of building a locally based rail port to open Asian export markets to landlocked Idaho farmers was first proposed two and a half years ago during an informal meeting at the Great Western Malting Plant.
The Transportation Security Administration extended the face mask requirement for individuals across all transportation networks throughout the United States, including airports, onboard commercial aircraft, on over-the-road buses and on commuter bus and rail systems through Jan. 18, 2022, according to a press release.
The girl drove around gates to cross the tracks, police said.
(The Center Square) – The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) wants more time to decide whether it will join South Carolina’s Jasper County in building and operating the proposed $5 billion Jasper Ocean Terminal (JOT).