Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - As Uganda nears its national elections on February 18, the United States supports the call by many Ugandans, including thousands of youth, for a peaceful, transparent and credible electoral process, before, during, and after the voting.
Washington, DC - As the Central African Republic sits on the cusp of historic elections that will bring the country’s political transition closer to an end, the United States expresses its solidarity with the Central African people and reiterates our commitment to continuing to help the country find the peace and stability it deserves.
Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the following appointments:
Chicago, Illinois - Of all the many useful and interesting periodic tables on the Internet—the periodic tables of the animals, vegetables, and minerals—and U.S. Presidents, Vienna® Chicago-style hot dog condiments, SQL server dynamic management objects, and paleo food—the original Periodic Table of the Elements remains my favorite.
Miami, Florida - The Federal Trade Commission and the State of Florida have obtained settlements with a group of defendants who participated in a tech support scheme that allegedly defrauded thousands of consumers out of millions of dollars.
Salinas, California - Salinas third-grader Miranda Lopez was the lucky winner of the annual Bonnie Plants cabbage-growing contest, intended to spark children’s interest in agriculture and the origins of their food. More than 67,000 California third-graders received cabbage plants to take home, nurture and grow. Miranda’s 23-pound specimen won her $1,000 from Bonnie Plants for her future education and a letter of congratulations from Secretary Ross.