Aan Article 32 hearing – similar to a civilian grand jury proceeding – will be held at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio.
The bill requires additional financial, enrollment and attendance reporting from charter school sponsors.
Boko Haram has killed thousands of civilians and kidnapped unknown hundreds in its fight to create an Islamic state.
It was released as FBI Director James Comey went to Capitol Hill to defend an $8.48 billion budget request.
Until Tuesday, when a waterspout formed over an Arkansas lake, the U.S. hadn’t had a tornado in more than a month.
Although rumors had swirled that Zayn Malik was unhappy in the band, fans expressed surprise at the news.
Producers of the show said Wednesday that the musical will close on May 3, the 55th anniversary of the show’s opening in 1960.
Gov. Scott Walker said Casper was killed “while bravely serving his community.”
The measure was drafted by the National Right to Life Committee.
University of California, Davis law professor Floyd Feeney, said Harris alone cannot impede the proposed law.
“We have never encountered this type of situation before and we need to consider it differently,” Walthall said.
Texas prison officials could change the drug used for executions but Texas lawmakers would have to enact any change of method.
Proponents on Wednesday defended the bill as life-protecting, while opponents called it unconstitutional and heavy-handed.
The baby’s father, James Brown, said Watkins had been “acting crazy lately, speaking of demons.”.
The automaker is considering moving Wrangler production so the vehicle can be made with an aluminum body.
The DEP mandated that the company impose a ban because of low pH levels in the water.
Two Ohio businessmen have been convicted of federal charges.
Kennard, a 6-foot-6 senior headed for Duke, becomes the sixth player to win the award at least twice.
The goal is to help provide equipment for local first responders and educate drivers about what to do when they see an emergency vehicle.
The boy’s request has led to an idea called “Letters for Landen.”
Officers were called about 9 a.m. Wednesday on a call of an unwanted person at a home on 5th Street.
Bergdahl, 28, won’t face a death sentence, although the punishment is an option for prosecutors to pursue against deserters in wartime.