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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A federal grand jury indicted three men for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute synthetic marijuana in the Ozarks. THE SUSPECTS: Travis E. Butchee, also known as “Donkey,” 37, Springfield Michael J. Saguto, 42,...
My friends and I spotted Oreo (as we have fondly named it because it looks like a cross between Pearl and Rupert, our former island swans) June 4 on our morning walk around Balboa Island — and subsequently on June 5, 6 and 7. It seems to favor the...
The residents of Newport-Mesa take great pride in many aspects of life in their community. Perhaps most important of all are the strong family values reflected in the vitality of the public school system and the close relationship between parents,...
Flags, team pennants, framed newspaper sports sections — almost every space on the walls and ceiling is covered in sports memorabilia. With Steelers throw pillows and a Terrible Towel to dress up a comfy couch, plus three game tables (air hockey,...
Teachers from TeWinkle Middle School protested a plan to reassign their principal at a school board meeting Tuesday night. At least eight employees from the campus and one school board member complained they'd been shut out of the decision-making...
John Goodman could easily flee the country and skip out on his upcoming DUI manslaughter trial if he's released from house arrest, the Florida Attorney General's Office argued Monday in response to the Wellington polo mogul's latest appeal. Since...
Tribune reporterA man who state police say jumped from the top of Hubbard's Cave and landed in the southbound lanes of the Kennedy Expressway near Grand Avenue has died this morning, authorities said. The unidentified victim was pronounced dead at 10:57 a.m. at John H....
A high school drama teacher praised by gay-rights advocates for staging “Rent” in 2009 after opponents deemed the Tony Award-winning songbook’s themes of AIDS and prostitution too racy for teens is under investigation following an...
Eyewitness SportsSeventeen student-athletes on the Wichita State baseball team will be playing on teams this summer. Following is a list of the athletes with their teams. Tyler Baker – Rochester (Minn.) Honkers Garrett Bayliff – Santa Barbara (Calif.)...
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FloriDUHFort Pierce cops reportedly spotted suspected beer bandito Ray Stoup, 26, running out of a Fort Pierce convenience store with two cases of Bud Light. reports Will Greenlee in his Off the Beat blog for TCpalm in Stuart. The Circle K cashier reportedly...
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The Newport-Mesa Unified School District and its two employee unions are moving to avoid a $2.3-million tax the district predicted it would have to pay if it couldn't rein in healthcare costs. Employees have agreed to take on higher individual costs...
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