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Karen Bass, Juan Ciscomani among the history-makers of the 2022 midterm elections | #elections | #alabama

CNN  —  As midterm results continue to roll in days after Election Day, Democratic and Republican candidates have already been celebrating historic victories. Heading into Election Day, both parties were looking to diversify their ranks of elected officials, both in Congress and beyond, and they appear on track to do so. House Republicans will add […]

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Mayor

Runoff set in race for Laredo’s new mayor — a ’24/7′ binational leadership role

Former city health authority, sitting councilman face off in Dec, 17 runoff election McALLEN, Texas (Border Report) — Outgoing Laredo Mayor Pete Saenz says he was “humbled” to serve for the past eight years in what was a very involved and binational position that often had him traveling south of the border to meet with […]

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Mayor

Runoff set in race for Laredo’s new mayor — a ’24/7′ binational leadership role

Former city health authority, sitting councilman face off in Dec, 17 runoff election McALLEN, Texas (Border Report) — Outgoing Laredo Mayor Pete Saenz says he was “humbled” to serve for the past eight years in what was a very involved and binational position that often had him traveling south of the border to meet with […]

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Mayor

Drug lord who killed town’s mayor and 19 others used social media to try to blame rival gang, Mexican police say

Authorities said Thursday the massacre of 20 townspeople in southern Mexico appears to have been the work of a drug lord who used social media to try to blame a rival gang. The new revelations illustrate how Mexican drug cartels are increasingly using social media to apportion blame for attacks and mislead authorities and the […]

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Mayor

Gun attack in Mexico leaves at least 18 dead, including town’s mayor

Bullet-riddled city hall is seen in southern Mexican town of  San Miguel Totolapan after an attack there on Oct. 5, 2022 killed at least 18 including the town’s mayor and his father, a former mayor, authorities said. Reuters Mexico City — Attackers gunned down a mayor, his father and 16 other people in the southern […]

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Alabama

US Domestic News Roundup: Rihanna to perform at Super Bowl halftime show in Arizona; U.S. announces $457.5 million in civilian aid for Ukraine and more | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Following is a summary of current US domestic news briefs. Rihanna to perform at Super Bowl halftime show in Arizona Rihanna will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show in February in Glendale, Arizona, the National Football League announced on Sunday. The Grammy-winning Barbadian singer is filling one of the most coveted slots […]

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Mayor

Ex-Mayor Rothschild ‘honored’ to have Tucson greenway named after him

Bennito L. KeltyTucsonSentinel.com Previous Slide◀︎ Next Slide▶︎ Bennito L. Kelty/TucsonSentinel.comThe Alamo Wash Greenway will be renamed after former Mayor Jonathan Rothschild for his work to improve parks and trails in Tucson. X Paul Ingram/TucsonSentinel.comFormer Mayor Jonathan Rothschild giving his final ‘State of the City’ address in 2019. X Former Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild will have […]

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Mayor

Former mayor among 4 killed in shooting at soccer field in central Mexico

Four people have been killed, including a former mayor, in an attack on a soccer field in central Mexico, according to state authorities. The Morelos state prosecutor’s office said in a statement that the attack occurred Thursday night in the town of Yecapixtla. In addition to the four dead, there were a number of people […]

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City Council

Tucson City Council to consider lifting eviction hold on city-owned housing, ponders water supplies | #citycouncil

Posted Jul 11, 2022, 1:57 pm Blake Morlock TucsonSentinel.com The Tucson City Council is planning to lift the eviction moratorium on municiple public housing units. At a Tuesday study session, city staff will ask for an informal nod to move into a new stage of dealing with tenants who have fallen behind on their rent […]

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