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Huntington Beach's top newsmaker of 2011 wasn't a person or an organization, but rather a controlled substance. Throughout the year, the Independent's front page featured more drinks than a typical bachelor party. Statistics showed Huntington at the...
KTLA NewsWESTWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) -- The University of California Regents have reached a settlement in the case of a 2008 laboratory fire that killed 23-year-old research assistant Sheharbano "Sheri" Sangji. The UC Regents have agreed to "comprehensive...
The California Department of Insurance is investigating the business practices of Lap-Band surgery centers affiliated with the 1-800-GET-THIN advertising campaign, according to insurer Aetna Inc. The insurance giant said in a statement that it was...
Editor’s note: This is another in a series of Eastern Panhandle candidate previews that The Herald-Mail will be running over the next several months. The announcements also will be posted on our website, www.herald-mail.com, through the West...
Frank Pape leapt into the city's conscience with a gun in his hand — a gun he wasn't afraid to use during his storied career as a Chicago cop. Before he retired in April 1972, he would be called the "city's toughest cop," "the cop all hoodlums...
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Should an employee be punished for shooting and killing a would-be robber if it is against the employer's policy to carry a gun? Police cleared an Indianapolis grocery store manager of wrongdoing after he shot and killed a man trying to rob the Kroger...
Republicans in the House of Representatives, still reeling from last month's fight over extending a popular payroll tax cut, will converge on Baltimore Thursday for a retreat intended to map out a new political strategy that can bind their unwieldy caucus...
As a small-business owner on Clay Street, the rough-and-tumble Annapolis community where he grew up, Michael McFarland was keenly aware of the need for mentors for the neighborhood's youth. In the early 1970s, when he owned a laundromat there, he began...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsLeaders of Wichita’s aircraft unions say they feel misled by Boeing’s decision to leave the Air Capital by the end of 2013. “It’s a sad day,” said Midwest SPEEA Director Bob Brewer. He spoke minutes after the aerospace...
Mitt Romney's rigid position on illegal immigration and embrace of Kris Kobach, former law professor and architect of a law to rid Arizona of illegal aliens, may well cost him the fall election, even if helps him win the Republican nomination. The United...
Robert James Mitchell, a retired Baltimore County building contractor and a one-time trainer for the Army's 82nd Airborne Division, died Wednesday of a cerebral hemorrhage at his home, "Dogwoods," in Glen Arm. He was 81. Aside from a stint at Fort...
Recently, Cardinal-designateEdwin F. O'Brienwrote a stirring letter to all those who worship in the Baltimore Archdiocese, calling on their help to "regain our religious freedom." The impassioned call to arms suggests the federal government has dealt a...
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