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Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein said Thursday that no one will face criminal charges in the fatal shooting by police officers of a plainclothes colleague, whom they mistook for a gunman, moving authorities a step closer to closing one of the...
Tags: Trials, Criminals, Elections, Mount Washington, Health
TribLocal - Orland Park » NewsOrland Fire Protection District's former human resources director, Joanne Chavez-Buchanan, this week filed a lawsuit against the district and its board president, James Hickey, for firing …...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAttorney General Jack Conway announced Thursday the indictment of a certified instructor in Kentucky’s Alcohol Related Offenders Program (AROP) on charges he falsified public records. A Franklin County grand jury yesterday indicted 39-year-old...
Hagerstown Police Department Officer Bradley Helman was named officer of the month for August. Helman has been employed with the Hagerstown Police Department for 21 years and is assigned to the Charlie Platoon of the Uniformed Patrol Division. Over...
Question: A specific carpet choice for the common hallways was approved by homeowner majority vote and purchased. I later attended a board meeting and learned directors took it upon themselves to change the carpet that was already purchased, approved...
When Susan Sadauskas turned her back for a few moments on her 15-month-old son, Max, the Ohio mom never imagined that the toddler would make his way to the remote control for her stereo, remove its coin-shaped battery and swallow it. So when she later...
Chicago Tribune reporterPreliminary calculations by federal prosecutors indicate that convicted former Gov. Rod Blagojevich potentially faces 30 years to life in prison under federal sentencing guidelines, but that is no guarantee that the government will seek that stiff of a...
Constellation Energy's second-largest shareholder and a partner in its nuclear business grilled the Baltimore company's chairman and chief executive, Mayo A. Shattuck III, about his compensation and proposed role at Exelon Corp. during the second day of...
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District’s Board of Directors is set to look into issues surrounding the Quantification Settlement Agreement including anticipated revenue, expenses and past legal fees. Staff is set to present information on various...
Tags: Politics, Employers, Water Supply, Elections, New Mexico
email@example.comThe second of two men charged with possession of more than 100 pounds of marijuana and nearly $300,000 in cash entered guilty pleas to three counts Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court and was sentenced to 15 years in state prison. John Richard...
Tags: Judges, Trials, Court Preliminary, Suboxone (drug), Theft
COSTA MESA — City employees have reluctantly agreed to participate in the newly formed Contracting Committees that will review Costa Mesa services before city Chief Executive Tom Hatch opens them up for bidding from outside groups. In a letter to...
pix11.comA proposed gay bar near a school and a playground in Hell's Kitchen has some community members crying foul, and others wondering, 'what's the big deal?' Owners of the popular gay sports bar "Boxers" at West 20th Street in Chelsea want to open a new...
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