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The executive brought in to lead St. Joseph Medical Center as a crisis manager after a doctor was accused of placing unnecessary stents in hundreds of patients resigned Friday without explanation. Jeffrey K. Norman became chief executive officer during a...
The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1 200 block of South Central Avenue Sergey Driga, 22, was arrested Aug. 8 on suspicion of burglary and possessing burglary tools. Oscar Sarmiento, 31,...
A few weeks ago, I almost left my wife in Sterling, Colo. I had just finished a nice lunch, sitting at a picnic table outside a Sonic Drive-In, reading a newspaper as I ate. But now, it was time to go. I looked for my wife, who'd been sitting in the...
Smoke got in our eyes — and throats and lungs — Saturday, courtesy of a wildfire in a Virginia swamp more than 200 miles away. Before afternoon rains cleared the air, fire departments in the Baltimore area reported numerous calls from...
SAN ISABEL NATIONAL FOREST, Colo. — The map taunted me. Its squiggly elevation lines — invisible markers of humiliation — pointed to both my failure in reaching the summit of 14,196-foot Mount Yale and my even more disastrous efforts...
Tags: Rivers, Forestry and Timber, Tennessee, Bodies of Water, Weather
Daily American Staff WriterThe second Michigan murder trial of a Windber man accused of killing his wife in 1990 is less than a month away. Michael George, 51, was arrested in 2007 for the murder of his wife, Barbara, who was found dead in the Clinton Township comic book store the...
Tags: Murder, Witnesses, Michigan, Crime, Law and Justice, Prosecution
firstname.lastname@example.orgFour Nicholasville police officers walk around the corner in the Jessamine Career and Technology Center with guns drawn, moving slowly toward a masked man down the hallway. The man raises his weapon, and as a shot fires toward the officers, the...
A nice start to the morning with temperatures ranging from the upper 50s across north central Kansas to near 70 in the south. Skies will remain mostly sunny to sunny most of the day, however thunderstorms are expected to develop over eastern Colorado and...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — As you drive up the winding road that leads to Kathleen O’Brien’s homestead, and look at the plush greenery and breathtaking views, it becomes crystal clear why the artist chooses to work there.“I get inspired by...
Tags: Kentucky, Ohio, Human Interest, Painting, Arts
Drought and flooding in several Midwest and Western states is combining with higher production costs to weaken farm income. The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City released a new survey Monday examining the economic health of agriculture in the...
An article in the Aug. 19, 1911 edition of The Argus reported a local man's punishment for hosting cock fights on a Sunday. Herbert Backus, of Backus' Park, pleaded guilty Tuesday in the Circuit Court at Towson to the charge of allowing gambling on his...
Tags: Defense, Murder, Hospitals and Clinics, Punishment, Firearms
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