Hillary Clinton blamed in US-AID memos outlining chaos in Afghanistan aid


WASHINGTON D.C. - In internal government documents the U.S. Agency for International Development repeatedly cited former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton for a policy to waive restrictions on who could receive U.S. aid in Afghanistan,


Western lawmakers gather in Utah to talk federal land takeover

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SALT LAKE CITY -It is time for Western states to take control of federal lands within their borders, lawmakers and county commissioners from Western states said at Utah’s Capitol on Friday.



L.A.’s $400 million trash train going nowhere

File photo - October 2011 installing rail

The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County have spent a decade and $430 million building a railway system to haul trash to an Imperial Valley landfill, but the system is sitting idle because it is too expensive to use.




OLDSMOBILE HILL DUNES – On Friday, April 18th, an anonymous caller reported a quad accident to the Imperial County Sheriffs Office close to the intersection of Hwy 78 and Gecko Road which had four units responding, including Gold Cross Ambulance.



Palmer Performing Art Center to begin Seismic Retrofit

Palmer Performing Art Center has been closed since damaged from the August 2012 earthquake swarms

BRAWLEY – After Oakview Constructors withdrew their bid on repairing The Palmer Performance Art Center Seismic Retrofit and Modernization Project, the BUHSD board voted to accept the bid of $1,433,192 from Nielsen Construction.


Imperial Valley Historical Society presents the tragic story of UFC Middleweight Champ’s Desert Death


IMPERIAL - In September of 2008, UFC Middleweight Champion, Evan Tanner, went into the desert to have an adventure and to test himself – there he died.



Look! Up In The Sky! It’s the Lyrid Meteor Showers


Following the first of the four Blood Moons, now, comes the Lyrid meteor shower 2014 with peak dates, April 21 and 22, with a sneak preview already underway.


CalPERS Admits 52% Underfunding on State Employee Pensions


The California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) just admitted that the state-managed pension plan, that provides retirement for the state and almost 1,600 local government agencies, is 52% underfunded and will be forced to jack up taxpayer-funded contribution rates by about $1.518 billion.

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