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Aug. 18, 1986 A new state law and a Clark County Board of Education decision will combine to substantially relieve teachers’ non-instructional duties starting today. Teachers in Clark and around the state won’t have to accompany students to...
Feb. 16, 1986 LEXINGTON (AP) — Kentucky coach Eddie Sutton wants it to be a sure thing for his 11-ranked Wildcats before he starts celebrating a 38th Southeastern Conference basketball championship. Kentucky improved to 12-1 in SEC play and 21-3...
L.A. UnleashedMONTGOMERY, Ala. -- A scarred but friendly pit bull named Louis Vuitton was the star witness Tuesday as an Alabama state board denied parole for the man convicted of spraying him with lighter fluid, setting him on fire and beating......
Local arborists have been swamped with calls to deal with damage to historic cherry trees, common oaks and towering evergreens loaded down by the overwhelming snowfall. "We can't even begin to get a handle on it," said Frank Fogle, arborist for...
Sun StaffDeath row inmate John Allen Muhammad was transported to Maryland from Virginia under heavy guard early yesterday to await trial with co-defendant Lee Boyd Malvo on six more counts of murder in the 2002 Washington-area sniper killings. Muhammad, 44, had...
Tags: Crimes, Waverly (Sussex, Virginia), Murder, Prisons, Louisiana
When his longtime physician retired, Southern Maryland lawmaker Thomas "Mac" Middleton faced a predicament: The senator needed a new doctor but couldn't find one who was taking new patients. "I had to go through three different doctor groups before...
Special to The Morning CallDespite a weakening economy and talk of a recession, retailers are building more stores in the Lehigh Valley. Construction of several shopping malls is under way but most of the stores aren't scheduled to open until spring 2009. Target will be an anchor...
W. Mark Felt, the former FBI official who ended one of the country's most intriguing political mysteries when he identified himself as "Deep Throat" -- the nickname for the anonymous source who helped guide the Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize-winning...
If "Special Order 40" sounds vaguely like a term from a spy or science fiction thriller, that's in keeping with the surreal conversation that is raging around the 1979 Los Angeles Police Department rule. Specifically, the order has figured centrally in...
Of The Morning CallAs a boy of 16, Brandon Van Parys plastered a red "Semper Fi" Marine Corps sticker to his third-floor bedroom window and dreamed of avenging the wound inflicted on America by 9/11 terrorists. Four years later, as a man of 20, he was a full-fledged...
Of The Morning CallIcy roads and prickling sheets of wind-blown sleet could not keep 200 mourners away from Calvary Baptist Church in Towamencin Township, where Brandon Van Parys, a Marine lance corporal killed in his third week at war, was memorialized Wednesday as an...
Tags: Forehead, Iraq, Crimes, Christianity, Transportation Accidents
Sun reportersUnveiling a master plan that dwarfed the October 2002 random sniper shootings, Lee Boyd Malvo told jurors yesterday that had he and John Allen Muhammad not been caught, the two planned to make Baltimore the center of a murderous campaign in which they...
Tags: Restaurants, Emergency Incidents, Teen-agers, Murder, Terrorism
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