- Missouri regains library science program accreditation Updated: Nov-27-15 8:34 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - A library science program at the University of Missouri has regained accreditation.
- 6 complete work at Tennessee State Library and Archives Updated: Nov-27-15 4:05 am
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - The Tennessee State Library and Archives says six people have graduated from the Tennessee Archives Institute.
- Library opens up Nature Nook for children Updated: Nov-26-15 5:05 am
GREENFIELD, Indiana - Imagine children being able to see a caterpillar turn into a real butterfly or watch a deer graze through a field, all from the comfort and warmth of the Hancock County Public Library.
- Public library set to open in polygamous community Updated: Nov-25-15 9:56 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A public library is set to open next year in a polygamous town on the Utah-Arizona border that hasn't had one for decades because of controlling sect leaders who try to limit followers' exposure to the outside world.
- Lincoln students to get wider Internet access at libraries Updated: Nov-25-15 12:31 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The Lincoln Board of Education has approved an agreement with Lincoln City Libraries to connect two broadband networks so that students can go to any library to do research, write papers and do their homework using the school district's network.
- DC public school students now have city library cards Updated: Nov-25-15 2:16 am
WASHINGTON - Middle- and high-school students in the nation's capital now have better access to the city's public libraries, thanks in part to a White House initiative.
- Nashville program teaches law enforcement about civil rights Updated: Nov-18-15 9:45 am
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - On the same downtown block where Nashville police officers carried a young John Lewis by his hands and feet to a paddy wagon for daring to take a seat at a whites-only lunch counter decades ago, today's fresh-faced police recruits are learning lessons about the fraught history between law enforcement and black Americans.
- Calais camp offers migrants school, library, bars in shacks Updated: Nov-10-15 12:28 pm
CALAIS, France - Jennifer Wilson wrote "hot" and "cold" on the chalkboard and invited her students - a dozen men from Afghanistan, Iran, Ethiopia and Sudan - to say other English words for temperature. "Freezing," one student declared jovially.
- NYC library defending title as fastest book sorter Updated: Nov-08-15 5:34 pm
NEW YORK - In a field that requires quiet time and attention, two American libraries will compete this week for which one sorts books and other items faster.
- Hartford library recognized for efforts to boost citizenship Updated: Nov-07-15 5:36 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - The public library in Hartford is being recognized for its efforts to help immigrants become U.S. citizens.
- NY lawmakers to review spending on public libraries Updated: Nov-06-15 3:03 am
ALBANY, New York - State lawmakers are heading to the New York Public Library to review the state's funding for libraries across the state.
- Indiana State Library to add Statehouse visitor center Updated: Nov-05-15 12:43 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The first floor of the Indiana State Library is being transformed into a Statehouse visitor education center as part of a $2.5 million upgrade.
- Abraham Lincoln library to honor military on Veterans Day Updated: Nov-05-15 4:31 am
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is honoring the nation's veterans by offering free admission to members of the military on Veterans Day.
- Levin papers go to University of Michigan Bentley Library Updated: Nov-04-15 4:04 pm
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - Materials collected during former U.S. Sen. Carl Levin's 36 years in office have been donated to the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan.
- The Latest: Evansville mayor wins landslide re-election Updated: Nov-03-15 9:44 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The latest developments in Indiana's municipal elections, during which voters are selecting mayors and City Council members around the state (all times local):
- Original state flag voted most significant Wyoming artifact Updated: Nov-03-15 12:32 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The original state flag has been voted the most significant artifact in any museum or library in Wyoming.
- Morton man pleads not guilty to library knife attack Updated: Nov-03-15 12:29 pm
MORTON, Illinois - A 19-year-old central Illinois man has pleaded not guilty to trying to kill an elderly man who was protecting children the man was trying to attack with a knife.
- Former chief executive files lawsuit against Queens Library Updated: Nov-03-15 6:23 am
NEW YORK - The former Queens Library chief executive says in a lawsuit he was fired without cause over alleged improper spending.
- Columbus library to reopen in June following $32M renovation Updated: Nov-03-15 4:15 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Officials say Columbus' main library will reopen about a month earlier than predicted following a $32 million renovation.
- EXCHANGE: Little Free Libraries growing in southern Illinois Updated: Nov-01-15 10:30 am
CARBONDALE, Illinois - Looking for a good book to read?