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- PHOTOS: Hammond welcomes Class D state champions home March 20, 2023The Hammond girls basketball team received an escort through town Sunday evening from law enforcement and local fire departments as they returned home with the State Class D championship trophy.
- Visitors tap into Maple Weekend fun March 19, 2023It’s maple season in the north country and sugar shanties welcomed visitors to observe the syrup making process first hand over the weekend. Events will continue next weekend as well. Admission is free.
- Students’ “canstruction” competition aims to reduce food insecurity March 19, 2023WATERTOWN — The LEAD Council of the Northern New York Community Foundation is inviting students at tri-county schools and organized student groups in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties to participate in a project to help reduce food insecurity across…
- Massena Salvation Army, Walmart team up for clothing giveaway March 19, 2023MASSENA — The Massena Salvation Army and Walmart are teaming up for a summer clothing giveaway that’s scheduled for noon to 3 p.m. April 1.
- Mission Accomplished: Hammond Girls complete state title run March 19, 2023TROY — Every special team needs a player who often flies under the radar with the ability to step up to center stage when needed.
- How Iraq has changed, 20 years since U.S.-led invasion that launched the war March 20, 2023It has been two decades since the United States invaded Iraq, launching a yearslong war. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata, who covered the war from the beginning, reports from Baghdad on what the country looks like today.
- No perfect brackets remain in this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament March 20, 2023There are no longer any perfect brackets remaining in this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. However, many Americans are still betting on the action. Jay Ginsbach, a sports analyst and contributor at Forbes, joins CBS News to discuss the impact gambling has on the tournament.
- Biden signs bills reversing D.C. crime changes, declassifying COVID-19 info March 20, 2023Both measures received bipartisan support on Capitol Hill.
- Judge in Trump case in Fulton County reflects on case: "It's different" March 20, 2023For roughly eight months, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney oversaw the special purpose grand jury.
- "Ted Lasso" cast visits White House to discuss mental health March 20, 2023The cast of "Ted Lasso" visited the White House and appeared at the daily press briefing to discuss the importance of mental health. "We all know someone who has, or have been that someone ourselves actually, that's struggled, that's felt isolated, that's felt anxious, that has felt alone," said Jason Sudeikis, who plays the Apple […]
- UntitledAlina Habba, who represents Donald Trump in E. Jean Carroll's suit against the former president, discusses Trump's claim that he will be arrested in relation to the investigation into a hush money scheme involving adult film actress Stormy Daniels.
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- Blinken accuses all sides in Ethiopian conflict of committing war crimesUS Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday that the US has formally determined that armed forces on all sides of the conflict in northern Ethiopia have committed war crimes.
- Biden issues his first veto on retirement investment resolutionPresident Joe Biden issued the first veto of his presidency Monday on a resolution to overturn a retirement investment rule that allows managers of retirement funds to consider the impact of climate change and other environmental, social and governance factors when picking investments.
- UntitledHouse Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) called for testimony from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and criticized his investigation into former President Donald Trump in an interview with Fox News.
- 2 Illinois teens die after sledding accident at Colorado ski resort March 20, 2023Two Illinois teenagers died after a sledding accident at a Colorado ski resort. The teenagers were on spring break when they launched off a large snowbank at the bottom.
- New Arizona hotline sees few complaints about race-based lessons March 20, 2023A new Arizona hotline has seen few complaints about race-based lessons, and has warranted an investigation. The Arizona Empower Hotline has been open since March 7.
- Louisiana works out deal for family to keep pet nutria March 20, 2023Louisiana officals worked out a deal for a family to keep a pet nutria in their home. The family is now allowed to apply for a permit to legally keep the nutria as a household pet.
- Florida 's Burmese python population explodes, and USGS says it's 'likely impossible' to eradicate them March 20, 2023The U.S. Geological Survey released a paper on the Burmese python population in Florida, saying eradication of the snakes is likely impossible.
- Arizona man accused of assaulting woman at Phoenix airport: 'Do you want to die today?' March 20, 2023An Arizona man allegedly attacked a woman at a Phoenix airport over the weekend, authorities said.