Government shutting down amid partisan standoff

The U.S. government shut down at midnight after Congress failed to resolve a partisan standoff over immigration and spending.

The grants are part of the USDA's Distance Learning and Telemedicine (DLT) program. The grants will expand access to job training, educational and health care opportunities for rural communities.

Republicans and Democrats appear to be no closer to ending a government shutdown

Florida hasn't been taken off the table yet for an expansion of offshore oil drilling, according to testimony Friday by a Trump administration official.

Wiregrass Irma Response - shelter and relief efforts

UPDATE: Martin Luther King Jr. sites closed by shutdown

WOMEN'S MARCHES: New Jersey first lady a sexual assault victim

House fire leaves another family without a home.

District attorney out of investigation into alleged police brutality involving teen.

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Troy University Trojan Fitness Center is on the way.

Cowarts man loses cars and memories in morning fire

Health department sees double the amount of patients for flu shots

$2.5 Million grant for expansion of Ozark's Alabama Aviation College

Governor Ivey appoints Circuit Judge Brad Mendheim to the Alabama Supreme Court

SAMC Pathologist explains important blood donation procedure

HCSO: 3 caught in burglary of Sadies Flea Market

US flu season gets worse, has 'lot more steam' than expected

One charged another on the loose for Pansey armed robbery

Supreme Court to rule on Trump travel ban

Justice Sotomayor 'fine' after treatment for low blood sugar

Hawaii lawmakers to hold hearing on mistaken missile alert

Walton County Sheriff's Office charges woman with animal abuse

President Trump asks for Supreme Court review of immigration policy

Court hears arguments in sanctuary-cities case

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Without CHIP funding, 1.7 million kids could lose healthcare in weeks

"I'm tired of my daughter's health being used as a political weapon," said Lisa Nunez, whose 11-year-old daughter is a CHIP recipient.

Several dead after gunmen attack Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel

A group of three or four gunmen attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul and took hostages and exchanged gunfire with security forces, officials said.

Thousands join second Women's March as focus shifts to voting

Thousands gathered in cities across the United States wielding signs and sporting pink hats in the second such march since Trump took office.

Los Angeles pot shops begin first legal recreational sales

Los Angeles lagged behind other California cities in launching legal marijuana sales for anyone over 21 years old. The sales began at a few stores on Friday.

'Serial Stowaway' arrested after flight to UK

Marilyn Hartman slipped past security at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and was later arrested after a flight to London.