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Staff WriterCALEXICO — A unique blend of roughly 30 people including emergency responders, elected officials and school district employees received training on disaster preparedness during a Senior Officials Workshop for Hazards Preparedness. The workshop is...
Jay Dow is a two-time Emmy Award-winning correspondent who joined PIX11 in January 2012. Dow has essentially spent his entire broadcast career reporting from New York - the nation's number one media market. His experience runs the spectrum; from local...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsEvents like the anniversary of September 11th, the Oklahoma City bombing and the recent shooting as far away as Norway can bring up difficult feelings for people who live thousands of miles away from the events. “Disorientation, disbelief, horror,...
Tags: September 11, 2001 Attacks, Norway
MacArthur Foundation exec built her career from a mix of public, private experience and dashes of chance, riskTribune staff reporterWhen Robert Gallucci arrived in Chicago to take the reins at the MacArthur Foundation in mid-2009, he found himself besieged by new "friends." "They had great ideas on how the foundation could spend its money," he said. The onetime diplomat and...
Marie Kolasinski, a devoutly anti-government Orange County grandmother who was sent to jail at 85 after clashing with health inspectors at her popular quilting and crafts emporium, has died. She was 90. Once dubbed "Che Kolasinski" by a local newspaper...
Tags: Hobbies, Judges, Sales, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice
Company TownActivision taps former Oklahoma City bombing prosecutor Beth Wilkinson as its trial attorney for its case against former Call of Duty developers....
MARQUETTE (AP) — A Michigan man accused of buying and hiding more than 4,000 pounds of explosives with enough potential firepower to equal the Oklahoma City bombing has withdrawn his guilty plea in the case. Records from U.S. District Court in...
Governor Tom Corbett today announced the appointment of Thomas F. Minton III, of Pipersville, Bucks County, as director of the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security. Minton, 52, served 22 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, most of...
Los Angeles TimesThree sanitation workers found it along the route of a Martin Luther King Jr. Daymarch: a nest of wires in a backpack. The homemade bomb was equipped with an unusual remote-controlled trigger and stuffed with more than 100 heavy fishing weights coated in...
KIAHApril 19 is not just another day on the calendar. Lots of things good, and not so good, happened on this day in history. For instance, today is the day 'the shot heard around the world' took place, the first fighting in the American Revolution back in...
Marie Kolasinski, a fiery government critic who founded a Christian commune and popular craft store in Costa Mesa, died Monday. She was 90. Kolasinski died of natural causes, according to a statement from the Piecemakers. At the Piecemakers Country...
Tags: FBI, Government, Prisons, Politics
After over five years of planning and fundraising, Maryland's first Angel of Hope statue will be arriving in Eldersburg this fall. The statue, which was ordered last week by Cindy Hughes, of the JOSH Foundation, will be placed in a garden near South...
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