https://hips.htvapps.com/htv-prod-media.s3.amazonaws.com/images/reading-1495839254.jpg

U.S.

The event features a chance for children to sign up for Summer Reading and choose a reading goal, as well as learn from the Cleveland County OSU Extension Service on planting marigolds and beans to take home and then see how they grow during the summer.
  • President Trump in Italy for the Group of Seven Summit (G7)

    U.S.

    Tensions recently escalated between the two countries after the Trump administration imposed new tariffs on softwood lumber from Canada and railed against its pricing of domestic milk to cover more dairy ingredients, which impacts US dairy producers.
  • Trump in Italy for second day of G-7 meetings

    Trump in Italy for second day of G-7 meetings

    U.S.

    After starting his first presidential trip overseas wreathed in smiles, Trump ended it with rebukes, upbraiding America's European partners over military spending, trade and global warming . "In the end we convinced them to include the fight against protectionism in the final communique, so that was a step forward", said one European diplomat, who declined to be named.
  • 1 dead, 25 injured as tornado hits mobile home park in Wisconsin

    U.S.

    Fitzgerald says many emergency crews are on hand. The area covers from the Texas Panhandle through Oklahoma to western Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa into Minnesota and Wisconsin . But, till now none of the two dead were identified, though there were several other injured in these states, along with other states as well in the Midwest.
  • Senate Republicans start version of Obamacare repeal

    Senate Republicans start version of Obamacare repeal

    U.S.

    Straus for months has said the bathroom bill would hurt Texas' economy, and he has been joined by top companies and businesses who say it sends a discriminatory message. During the regular session, Rep. Jason Harper (R-Sandoval) proposed suspending pet pork projects for one year to help the state meet its funding needs for this upcoming fiscal year.
  • MHS grad killed in plane crash near Sheboygan

    MHS grad killed in plane crash near Sheboygan

    U.S.

    Two adult men were killed in the crash. Investigators found the plane in a farm field at N6217 Willow Road. The Federal Aviation Administration said a Pitts S2A small aircraft crashed in the field but does not know how or why. and continued investigation will be done by the FAA / NTSB. The victims have been identified as 67-year-old Dennis D. Hall, of McHenry, Illinois, and 19-year-old Philip J.
  • Ernie Els penalizes himself for a curious -- and noble -- reason

    Ernie Els penalizes himself for a curious -- and noble -- reason

    U.S.

    Indeed, four of the greens - the eighth, 11th, 14th and 16th holes - have been completely reshaped while five more - the third, fourth, fifth, 12th and 15th holes - were partially rebuilt. "I would not want to miss Birkdale", added Poulter, who was second behind Padraig Harrington the last time Birkdale hosted the Open in 2008. "To take care of my playing rights over there, to take care of moving the world ranking position and to be able to play a string of events in Europe this summer was ...
  • G-7 summit ends without unanimity on climate

    U.S.

    The document stated while the leaders of Canada , France, Germany , Italy , Japan and the United Kingdom and the presidents of the European Council and of the European Commission are reaffirming their commitment to the Paris agreement, the USA "is in the process of reviewing its policies on climate change and on the Paris Agreement and thus is not in a position to join the consensus on these topics".
  • A look at the G-7 leaders meeting with Trump in Sicily

    A look at the G-7 leaders meeting with Trump in Sicily

    U.S.

    Fellow G7 leaders are trying to convince him to stay in. Macron spoke fluent English, which is very unusual for a French president. There will be agreement on the need to do more to tackle violent extremism, and there will be serious discussion with Japan's prime minister about the threat from North Korea , BBC's correspondent said.
  • Trump holds off climate change pact, will make decision 'next week'

    Trump holds off climate change pact, will make decision 'next week'

    U.S.

    Cohn said it was "robust". Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters aboard Air Force One Wednesday that the president would make his decision whether to exit the treaty upon his return to the U.S. And he called climate change a "hoax" created by China. The meeting comes as after senior United Kingdom government officials lambasted the USA over a series of high-profile leaks to American media of details surrounding the terror attack, which killed 22 people following a concert.
  • Governor Ivey makes appointment to Alabama Supreme Court

    Governor Ivey makes appointment to Alabama Supreme Court

    U.S.

    The package of eight bills was headlined by measures that could pave the way to bring the impressive new F-35 Lightning II jets to at the Alabama Air National Guard's 187th Fighter Wing at Dannelly Field Air Guard Station. Gerald Allen , the sponsor of the bill, blasted what he described as a "wave of political correctness" against monuments dedicated to those who, despite their flaws, were significant to history.
  • G7 to acknowledge climate deadlock with US

    G7 to acknowledge climate deadlock with US

    U.S.

    Cohn said that Trump did not want his G-7 partners to think he did not care about the environment , so the president told them, "The environment is very, very important to me, Donald Trump ". Back home, the politics of the deal remain divisive. The matter was also expected to be a central focus of Trump's two days of talks at the Group of 7 summit.