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Q13 FOX News Online & ReutersPolice in Utah identified a mystery man on Tuesday who was arrested on minor charges and sat in a jail under the name "John Doe" for over three weeks because he would not reveal his true identity. A call from a family member resulted in the...
Tags: Trials, Misdemeanors, Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Utah
email@example.comLANCASTER — Mine Shields Inc. refuge chambers aren’t the only things feeling the strain as one final certification test lasts longer than expected. “It’s the most nervous I’ve been since my child was born,” CEO...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMaryland State Sen. Christopher B. Shank wants the state to renegotiate a proposed lease for a company to build a $70 million solar farm on prison land near Hagerstown. His complaint is the lease price: $128 an acre per year, which he says is...
All of us mourn the senseless killing of Maryland corrections officer David McGuinn, who was murdered at the Maryland House of Correction in 2006. ("New death penalty law, appeals delay trials in killing of correctional officer," July 25.) The article...
Tags: Maryland, Lawyers, New Jersey, Punishment, Murder
Words & Ideas Compiled by Grace Krilanovich. SUNDAY Ben Loory and Grace Krilanovich: The authors of "Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day" and "The Orange Eats Creeps" will read and sign their respective books. Mystery & Imagination Bookshop, 238...
Tags: Marcel Duchamp, Book, Human Interest, Soups, Arts
KIAHIt may look like a piece of old metal -- but it's actually a significant piece of American history. the 15 by 24 inch piece of memorabilia is making a 13-day nation-wide road trip -- stopping in Baltimore, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, and...
Tags: History, Arizona, California, KIAH, North Carolina
If you read the contents of this space last week, you’ll remember my students and I were heading to the Rocky Mountains to learn about history, Indian mythology, themselves, and how to survive on the land. Our mission was to live off the land in...
Tags: Human Interest, Hermosa, John Muir, History, Arts and Culture
When the western and science fiction genres meld in "Cowboys & Aliens," the entertaining result makes the Wild West seem even wilder. It's a wildly preposterous movie, which is exactly what makes it ideal for summertime viewing in an air-conditioned...
Wine connoisseurs are called oenophiles. But beer lovers? Well, in the past, those well versed in this brewer’s art have gotten rather short shrift. These days, though, there’s a growing number of places that appeal to beer connoisseurs....
LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — Honking horns and waving to firefighters, residents of a New Mexico city threatened by a massive wildfire rolled back into Los Alamos nearly a week after flames forced an evacuation and the closure of a nearby major nuclear...
Staff WriterJoey Chestnut scarfed down 62 hot dogs to win his fifth consecutive Fourth of July hot dog eating contest at Coney Island — the equivalent of about 20,000 calories in 10 minutes. It wasn't a personal best for the 27-year-old nicknamed Jaws, but...
Tags: Television, Maryland, Obesity, Contracts, Lifestyle and Leisure
5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Greg Jarrett 6:09 a.m. ABC’s Aaron Katersky joins Greg Jarrett from Orlando where Casey Anthony’s fate is now in the jury’s hands. 6:39 a.m. After ruining our diets on the 4th of July, Chef Mark Prucha tells Greg...
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