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  • Eagles Soar to St. Louis
    Eagles Soar to St. Louis
    For the 16th year in a row, Lancaster High School’s Team 399 Eagle Robotics will be going to the FIRST Robotics Championships in St. Louis after receiving the prestigious Chairman’s Award at the regional competition held this past...
  • Louisville Slugger
    Attempted Murder In The Foothills
    The Calaveras County Sheriff released information on an apparent attempt at homicide in Valley Springs today, March 31, 2015. The actual attack took place on March 29 on Paloma Rd. in Valley Springs. The Sheriff's Department reports deputies...
  • Mary Norwood to speak to Buckhead Business Association
    Mary Norwood to speak to Buckhead Business Association
    Atlanta CityCouncilwoman Mary Norwood is set to address the Buckhead Business Association (BBA) on Thursday.Norwood, who was elected to her current post in November 2013, will speak to the civic organization during its weekly breakfast meeting.The...
  • Take Me Out to the Movies… In Our Backyard
    Take Me Out to the Movies... In Our Backyard
    By Paul Fitzgerald So here is the scenario. Darkness suddenly hits a huge silver screen. The audience sits silent with much excitement and plenty of anticipation. Then all of the sudden a bright full-colour-image appears on the big screen –...
  • Scappoose Police reports March 18-28
    Scappoose Police reports March 18-28
    Between March 15 and March 28, officers from the Scappoose Police Department responded to a variety of calls for assistance. These included the calls outlined below.March 15—33000 block of NW EJ Smith Road: Police responded to a report of a...
  • WCCO Mid Morning
    Review: WCCO's 'Mid-Morning'
    In the late 1990s, I was part of probably the last attempt to launch a new nationally syndicated radio talk network. "The Hot Tub Radio Party" was a terrible name for a radio network, but it was a great idea that just got steamrolled by...
  • MWOY
    The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society announces 2015 Man & Woman of the Year Nominees
    More than one million Americans are living with a blood cancer; and every four minutes one person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. To support its mission to find cures for blood cancer patients, and ensure access to...
  • Charges pending after man, daughter injured in Miller Place crash
    Charges pending after man, daughter injured in Miller Place crash
    A man was arrested Saturday morning after allegedly drove while high on drugs with his young child in the car and slammed into a tree in Miller Place, authorities said.Matthew Wyllie, 26, of Sound Beach, was arrested on felony drugged driving and...
  • Baby Girl Starved To Death In Florida, Parents Charged
    Baby girl starved: Autopsy confirms 22-day-old infant died of starvation
    A judge in the case of a baby girl who starved to death in Florida last year denied bond to one of the suspects in the murder investigation. Roy Stephens, who was charged with his wife in the homicide of their infant daughter, Betsey Kee Stephens,...
  • The crash scene
    Biker seriously hurt in Croydon crash
    With weather getting warmer, more and more people will be riding motorcycles. A lot of them will get into accidents that were not their fault, when the driver of a car fails to see them. A crash on State Road in Croydon Pa., just before 11; a.m....
  • Spring Bubbles
    New beginnings: Spring is in the air for Portland's Blooming Dream
    Since the last time I reviewed perfumes from Portland's Blooming Dream Natural Fragrances, the brand has expanded with new products, including a reformulation of one of my favorites, and now it has a retail presence as well, with selected...
  • Identity details revealed in March 27 Oakwood Drive shooting
    Identity details released in Oakwood Drive shooting in St. Helens
    The identities of accused shooter and victim on the March 27 shooting on Oakwood Drive have been released by the St. Helens Police Department, along with a few other details.Just after 3 p.m., an argument between neighbors, Robert Simmons Goin, 71...
  • Jennifer Houle
    Police seek help from the public in finding Jennifer Houle
    The Minneapolis Police Department is asking for help from the public in finding a University of Minnesota student named Jennifer Houle who went missing last night sometime between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m.Houle is described as 22 years old, 5.5”...
  • Major crimes team investigates St. Helens shooting
    Major crimes team investigating St. Helens shooting
    A man involved in a shooting in the 35000 block of Oakwood Drive in St. Helens is talking with police as they investigate the incident that occurred on the afternoon of March 27.Portland-area media outlets are reporting that the confrontation...
  • homicide
    Victim’s name released in this morning’s Downtown Minneapolis shooting
    Police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred this morning at about 6:30 a.m.According to a press release by the Hennepin County Medical Center, (HCMC,) the victim was one Justin Murry Williams, age 28 of Bloomington.Police were alerted...