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Visalia, Tulare forged partnership with police on National Night OutVisalia, Tulare forged partnership with police on National Night OutNational Night Out event in Visalia, Tulare forges community-police partnership against crime
Soldiers report shots fired near ShelbySoldiers report shots fired near ShelbySoldiers reported shots fired by man in maroon pickup
Duck Donuts, DQ and others expand Newark's temptationsDuck Donuts, DQ and others expand Newark's temptationsNew sellers of sweet to be joined by Qdoba and Honeygrew in the coming weeks
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Japan Halts Work On New US Base In OkinawaJapan Halts Work On New US Base In OkinawaTokyo said Tuesday it would temporarily halt work on a controversial new US military base in southern Okinawa as talks continue with local officials opposed to the project.
Local veteran migrates from clerk to combat during WWIILocal veteran migrates from clerk to combat during WWIILocal veteran recalls his service in the Marine Corps including changing his specialty from company clerk to squadron leader, and returning to combat while injured
WWII vet shares his memory of capturing a Japanese shipWWII vet shares his memory of capturing a Japanese shipSeventy years ago, two American war vessels in the Pacific intercepted a hospital ship. It was supposed to be full of sick patients, but American sailors and Marines found something else. At sea, at the time, was a 22-year-old sailor named Joseph Natale.
Embryo adoptions offer couples another way to make a familyEmbryo adoptions offer couples another way to make a familySome couples make too many and donate instead of discard.
- Capitol Hill
Marine staff NCO arrested at U.S. Capitol with firearmMarine staff NCO arrested at U.S. Capitol with firearmA Marine Raider currently working as a congressional fellow was arrested Tuesday after Capitol policemen found A Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Raider, currently assigned as a Congressional fellow, was arrested today on Capitol ground
Lockheed locks down US Army JAGM development contractLockheed locks down US Army JAGM development contractWASHINGTON - Lockheed Martin's Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM) won the company a $66.
- South Jersey
SJ man honored with civilian service medalSJ man honored with civilian service medalSJ man honored by U.S. Army with civilian service award
Eaglets named for slain servicemen released in East Tenn.Eaglets named for slain servicemen released in East Tenn.(WBIR-DANDRIDGE) Two eaglets released into the wilds of East Tennessee bear special names. Each of them were named in honor of the four marines and sailor who were killed in the Chattanooga shootings.
Today in History: Aug. 5Today in History: Aug. 5Highlights from Aug. 5 throughout history.
Local Wounded Warrior reaches national golf championshipLocal Wounded Warrior reaches national golf championshipHe also competed in the X Games this year.
Top military cyber leaders convene for conferenceTop military cyber leaders convene for conferenceCommander of U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency Adm.
Air Force meets recruiting goals through MayAir Force meets recruiting goals through MayThe Air Force met its recruiting goals for the first eight months of fiscal 2015.
Shots fired at Camp Shelby soldiersShots fired at Camp Shelby soldiersLaw enforcement looking for a white male in a maroon pickup truck with black rims.
'Tropical Daze' returns to Art Gallery of Viera'Tropical Daze' returns to Art Gallery of VieraIt's the sixth year for the show that celebrates the art of the tropics.
Government meetingsGovernment meetingsGovernment meetings
On the fridgeOn the fridgeWhat's happening in Guam
A story of survival: Michigan man remembers USS Indianapolis sinkingA story of survival: Michigan man remembers USS Indianapolis sinkingDick Thelen is one of the last 32 surviving crew members of the USS Indianapolis, which was torpedoed in 1945.
Tulare’s National Night Out set for Target parking lotTulare’s National Night Out set for Target parking lotTulare Police Department’s National Night Out set for Target parking lot
Many veterans choose private health option over VAMany veterans choose private health option over VATennessee Valley Healthcare System reports that turnover has improved to 5.8 percent.
VA to review status of Marines affected by tainted waterVA to review status of Marines affected by tainted waterThe Department of Veterans Affairs announced Monday it will begin reviewing the disability status of Marines who developed cancers and other conditions due to exposure to chemicals that contaminated the water at Camp Lejeune for more than 30 years.
Tucson officer death in Glendale devastates familyTucson officer death in Glendale devastates familyThe death of a Tucson police officer death in Glendale leaves the family in shock.
Memphis cop killing suspect surrendersMemphis cop killing suspect surrendersThe emotional manhunt for a paroled bank robber suspected of fatally shooting a Memphis police officer ended Monday evening when the suspect surrendered to the U.S. Marshal's office, local and federal authorities announced.
- FORT CAMPBELL
Green, others want to give Guard state carry permitsGreen, others want to give Guard state carry permitsThree senators called on Gov. Bill Haslam to allow Guard members to get state carry permits.
Every Day is Veterans Day event moved to bigger venueEvery Day is Veterans Day event moved to bigger venueGrowth prompts the third annual Every Day is Veterans Day to move to a bigger locale