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Orange County Register
Veterans cemetery: Two sites available, one needs to be chosenthe plane inexplicably hit Loma Ridge and burst into flames. Cook, a retired M
Veterans cemetery: Two sites available, one needs to be chosen
Orange County Register / Posted 2 hours ago
the plane inexplicably hit Loma Ridge and burst into flames. Cook, a retired Marine sergeant with a master’s degree in business administration and a “TetVet” license plate, pokes the toe of his shoe in the dirt at one of two sites he believes... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Contractors expose Michigan workers to deadly asbestosa time when blight removal is at historic highs and a record number of contract
Contractors expose Michigan workers to deadly asbestos
Detroit Free Press / Posted 6 hours ago
a time when blight removal is at historic highs and a record number of contractors are getting into the asbestos-abatement business in Michigan, the state's worker safety agency rarely gets tough with employers who expose their workers to the... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Early returns show few signing on to new vacation rental ordinancethe end of last week's Redding Planning Commission meeting when he questioned t
Early returns show few signing on to new vacation rental ordinance
The Record Searchlight / Posted 9 hours ago
the end of last week's Redding Planning Commission meeting when he questioned the response from Airbnb, VRBO and other such businesses to the city's new short-term vacation rental ordinance. After Redding Planning Manager Paul Hellman gave Meyer... Read more
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The Wanderer
TM Warrant Signed, Sealed and to be DeliveredPaul Silva – with the warrant and its articles. Johnson’s report to the board
TM Warrant Signed, Sealed and to be Delivered
The Wanderer / Posted 9 hours ago
Paul Silva – with the warrant and its articles. Johnson’s report to the board included the 11 items requested by various department heads that the committee studied and then ranked for a total of $440,900 that the voters will be asked to... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Tim Bacon has his sights on the Michelin stars and beyondcan start thinking about creating a new one, it’s what I do best,” he says. Li
Tim Bacon has his sights on the Michelin stars and beyond
Manchester Evening News / Posted 10 hours ago
can start thinking about creating a new one, it’s what I do best,” he says. Living Ventures, Knutsford, was launched with business partner Jeremy Roberts in 1999 and has 26 outlets across the UK. It owns the Italian-themed Gusto brand, as well as... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Increase in health care facilities affecting other areas of local economyTAMPA — The economic impact of health care businesses is surging, with nearly 1
Increase in health care facilities affecting other areas of local economy
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
TAMPA — The economic impact of health care businesses is surging, with nearly 10,000 employees currently working in the Tampa metro area. A growing population and the trend toward branching out from hospital campuses into the more lucrative... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Mamaroneck
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Mamaroneck / Posted 14 hours ago
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Woody Harrelson denied medical marijuana licenseWoody Harrelson has been reportedly denied a medical-marijuana dispensary licen
Woody Harrelson denied medical marijuana license
Calgary Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
Woody Harrelson has been reportedly denied a medical-marijuana dispensary license. The Hunger Games actor applied for the license back in February in Honolulu County on behalf of his company, Simply Organic Living, according to The Hollywood... Read more
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Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Battle over 'flag drop' horse races could affect slotsthe races were not races of speed, and therefore do not count as races," Caitli
Battle over 'flag drop' horse races could affect slots
Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser / Posted 16 hours ago
the races were not races of speed, and therefore do not count as races," Caitlin Mawn, assistant general counsel for the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, argued Monday. The department includes the Division of Pari-Mutuel... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Police cameras on power poles: Illegal 'unblinking eyes' or smart tricks of the trade?in the Drugs and Vice Division to plant video cameras on a utility pole across
Police cameras on power poles: Illegal 'unblinking eyes' or smart tricks of the trade?
OregonLive.com / Posted 19 hours ago
in the Drugs and Vice Division to plant video cameras on a utility pole across the street from the North Columbia Boulevard businesses to monitor what was going on. Officer Christopher Watts ended up helping arrange for the installation of six... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Port Chester
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Port Chester / Posted 19 hours ago
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Eastchester
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Eastchester / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - North Salem
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - North Salem / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Economic Times
Uttar Pradesh booze shops on new high after Bihar banneighbouring Bihar. Still retaining his wits, he says, "Until a month back it
Uttar Pradesh booze shops on new high after Bihar ban
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
neighbouring Bihar. Still retaining his wits, he says, "Until a month back it was difficult to meet even the cost of the license fee for the shop. Then came the prohibition in Bihar, and everything has changed." Sales have zoomed upward in this... Read more
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The Auto Channel
PennDOT Announces First Use of Flashing Yellow Arrow Signals to Better Control Left TurnsHARRISBURG, Pa., April 29, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Dep
PennDOT Announces First Use of Flashing Yellow Arrow Signals to Better Control Left Turns
The Auto Channel / Posted yesterday
HARRISBURG, Pa., April 29, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced it will be activating a new type of left turn signal that has been proven to improve left turn safety at... Read more
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Island Packet
What Panama Papers say - and don’t say - about Trumpto journalists. The Trump name shows up on 3,540 of those leaked documents, ma
What Panama Papers say - and don’t say - about Trump
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
to journalists. The Trump name shows up on 3,540 of those leaked documents, many shedding light on what has become a business model. Some of his associates and business partners are also in the files. Early in his career, Trump developed... Read more
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FOX 16 Little Rock
Avoiding Puppy Mills and Finding a Reputable Breederbreed? It's the reason we have breeders but is also why puppy mills are an ever
Avoiding Puppy Mills and Finding a Reputable Breeder
FOX 16 Little Rock / Posted yesterday
breed? It's the reason we have breeders but is also why puppy mills are an ever growing problem in Arkansas. Breeders get licensed through the United States Department of Agriculture, or USDA. They have to pay for their license, and follow a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Actor Woody Harrelson's application to open pot business in Hawaii failswho is best known for his roles in the film "White Men Can't Jump" and 1980s si
Actor Woody Harrelson's application to open pot business in Hawaii fails
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
who is best known for his roles in the film "White Men Can't Jump" and 1980s sitcom "Cheers," had applied for a license on behalf of his company Simple Organic Living LLC. The actor, who for more than a decade has spoken in favour of... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Cortlandt, Buchanan, Croton
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Cortlandt, Buchanan, Croton / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Rivertowns - Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Rivertowns - Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Pelham
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Pelham / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - New Rochelle
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - New Rochelle / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Tarrytown
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Tarrytown / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Harrison
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Harrison / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Lewisboro
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing IdentitiesKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Charged With Stealing Identities
The Daily Voice - Lewisboro / Posted yesterday
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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Daily Press
Health officials asking residents to help with Zika preventionare ramping up efforts to prevent Zika transmission in Virginia, and they're as
Health officials asking residents to help with Zika prevention
Daily Press / Posted yesterday
are ramping up efforts to prevent Zika transmission in Virginia, and they're asking the public to help. The Virginia Department of Health has recorded 13 cases of Zika in the state as of Thursday. One case was in the Eastern Region, which... Read more
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Spencer Daily Reporter
Iowa's deer seasons approved for public comment-- Iowa's proposed 2016-17 deer hunting seasons were recently approved by the N
Iowa's deer seasons approved for public comment
Spencer Daily Reporter / Posted yesterday
-- Iowa's proposed 2016-17 deer hunting seasons were recently approved by the Natural Resource Commission of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The proposal included a status quo county antlerless license quota and maintained the buck... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
For the Record, April 29, 2016also responded to eight calls for emergency medical services Thursday. A woman
For the Record, April 29, 2016
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted yesterday
also responded to eight calls for emergency medical services Thursday. A woman reported Thursday afternoon that her front license plate was stolen in the 500 block of Mt. Hood Street. Report taken. A caller in the 400 block of Lincoln Street... Read more
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The Marietta Times
September event seeks OK to serve alcohol in Muskingum Parkfood through direct assistance, education and long-term solutions to prevent hu
September event seeks OK to serve alcohol in Muskingum Park
The Marietta Times / Posted yesterday
food through direct assistance, education and long-term solutions to prevent hunger through combined efforts of local businesses and support agencies." Current programs supported by Hunger Solutions include Live Healthy Kids and the Food... Read more
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The Financial Express
Inside Google’s quest to shape the rules of the driverless roadpush for “one clear set of federal standards” for autonomous vehicles and try t
Inside Google’s quest to shape the rules of the driverless road
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
push for “one clear set of federal standards” for autonomous vehicles and try to build support for the technology among businesses and local governments. The coalition’s public face will be David Strickland – the former head of NHTSA. NHTSA has... Read more
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The Fairfield Ledger
Public Meetingsto 218th Street; consider resolution to impose weight limitations on designated
Public Meetings
The Fairfield Ledger / Posted yesterday
to 218th Street; consider resolution to impose weight limitations on designated Jefferson County bridges; consider liquor license for Four Corners Restaurant; consider liquor license for Jefferson County Cider Works LLC; consider pay increase for... Read more
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Al.com
Attorney General Loretta Lynch visiting Talladega prison and Mobile todayended. Lynch is visiting the Federal Bureau of Prisons correctional facility a
Attorney General Loretta Lynch visiting Talladega prison and Mobile today
Al.com / Posted yesterday
ended. Lynch is visiting the Federal Bureau of Prisons correctional facility at Talladega this morning, according to a Department of Justice statement. She will visit Mobile this afternoon. While at the Talladega prison Lynch is to receive an... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Feds charge doctor with fraudto the court document, DeWeese had to review each patient's case with the nurse
Feds charge doctor with fraud
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted yesterday
to the court document, DeWeese had to review each patient's case with the nurse practitioner the same business day as the patient's visit to qualify for the "indirect billing." DeWeese is accused of failing to review patient... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
When graffiti art gets in the way of business: Port Richmond mural painted overwas January 2016, a time on Staten Island when many were referring to a street
When graffiti art gets in the way of business: Port Richmond mural painted over
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
was January 2016, a time on Staten Island when many were referring to a street art "renaissance" around the North Shore. Business owners and artists alike saw it as a way to reverse the blight previously associated with it. Graffiti tends to... Read more
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Business Standard India
Karnataka accuses Uber and Ola of violating norms; seizes vehiclesKarnataka has accused app-based taxi aggregators Uber and Ola of operating with
Karnataka accuses Uber and Ola of violating norms; seizes vehicles
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
Karnataka has accused app-based taxi aggregators Uber and Ola of operating without the necessary license and allowing cabs to ferry customers across Bengaluru and other cities in the state. Both firms have countered the statement saying that they... Read more
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West Side Leader & South Side News Leader
South Side Neighborhood Watchsuspect ran to an upstairs bedroom and yelled to deputies she was not coming ou
South Side Neighborhood Watch
West Side Leader & South Side News Leader / Posted yesterday
suspect ran to an upstairs bedroom and yelled to deputies she was not coming out. She was arrested for obstructing official business and released with a court summons. Deputies advised the victim to call officers when she returned to get her... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Southeastern search for Montgomery man intensifies as crimes escalateand began targeting convenience stores, sporadically committing robberies. Pru
Southeastern search for Montgomery man intensifies as crimes escalate
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted yesterday
and began targeting convenience stores, sporadically committing robberies. Pruitt is wanted for questioning in a business robbery on April 18th around 2 p.m. at a gas station in the 3000 block of McGehee Rd in Montgomery. The suspect... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Successaccording to its public filings. Its collaboration software for the constructio
Success
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
according to its public filings. Its collaboration software for the construction... Want to build a socially conscious business? Don't forget about diversity. Diversity of backgrounds and thought is an important factor in the growth of impact... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Cortlandt, Buchanan, Croton
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity TheftKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity Theft
The Daily Voice - Cortlandt, Buchanan, Croton / Posted 2 days ago
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Rivertowns - Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity TheftKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity Theft
The Daily Voice - Rivertowns - Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley / Posted 2 days ago
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Pelham
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity TheftKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity Theft
The Daily Voice - Pelham / Posted 2 days ago
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Daily Voice - New Rochelle
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity TheftKisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes
Former Westchester Teacher Indicted For Identity Theft
The Daily Voice - New Rochelle / Posted 2 days ago
Kisco was arraigned Thursday on a 40-count indictment charging her with crimes related to stealing the identities of two licensed teachers to continue to work as an in-home provider of services to special needs children. Stark was charged with... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Sept. event seeks OK to serve alcohol in city parkfood through direct assistance, education and long-term solutions to prevent hu
Sept. event seeks OK to serve alcohol in city park
The Marietta Times / Posted 2 days ago
food through direct assistance, education and long-term solutions to prevent hunger through combined efforts of local businesses and support agencies." Current programs supported by Hunger Solutions include Live Healthy Kids and the Food... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Sacramento Police PODs: Crime Fighting Tool or Invasion of Privacytool since detectives can request to view video recorded near crime scenes. So
Sacramento Police PODs: Crime Fighting Tool or Invasion of Privacy
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 2 days ago
tool since detectives can request to view video recorded near crime scenes. Some pods are equipped with automated license plate readers that constantly scan plates for stolen vehicles, drivers with felony warrants and vehicles linked to... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Team 10 reveals dangerous dental dealSAN DIEGO - He lost his license to practice dentistry years ago, but now it app
Team 10 reveals dangerous dental deal
KGTV San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
SAN DIEGO - He lost his license to practice dentistry years ago, but now it appears the subject of a 2009 Team 10 investigation is practicing dentistry again. This time it appears he's using a false name to drum up business. The Sales Pitch Laurie... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
; A man reported $1,750 worth of electronics stolen during a burglary.arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court sys
; A man reported $1,750 worth of electronics stolen during a burglary.
Statesboro Herald / Posted 2 days ago
arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court system. ARRESTS/CITATIONS ➤ Statesboro Police Department ▲ Consuela Demitri Jones, 27, Johnson Lane — aggravated assault. ▲ Jamie Lee Medlin, 24, L. J. Road, Claxton —... Read more
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The Mercury News
POLICE BEAT: Woman steals food, falls asleep at scene of crimeand a white scarf walked through a store eating items she hadn't paid for and w
POLICE BEAT: Woman steals food, falls asleep at scene of crime
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
and a white scarf walked through a store eating items she hadn't paid for and was later found napping at a table, at a business on Arguello Street in Redwood City at 5:54 p.m. April 22. Atherton April 21 El Camino Real and Alejandra Avenue,... Read more
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Crosscut
Tax on business will fund new copsgot a plan to pay for 200 new cops by 2020. In a statement Thursday, the mayor
Tax on business will fund new cops
Crosscut / Posted 2 days ago
got a plan to pay for 200 new cops by 2020. In a statement Thursday, the mayor announced he would expand the Seattle Police Department by “reprioritizing existing resources, identifying efficiencies and by increasing selected fees and taxes on... Read more
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The Daily Comet
April 25-26and remaining after forbidden.

• Taj Harris, 31, 2164 La. 182, Raceland,

April 25-26
The Daily Comet / Posted 2 days ago
and remaining after forbidden.

• Taj Harris, 31, 2164 La. 182, Raceland, DWI third offense, driving with suspended license, speeding.

• Arthur Guidroz, 32, 280 Greenville St., Raceland, distribution of crack cocaine.

• Eric... Read more

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WWLP Springfield
Brockton leaders lament missed economic opportunity in casino decisioneconomic development project in the works for the City of Champions. The Gamin
Brockton leaders lament missed economic opportunity in casino decision
WWLP Springfield / Posted 2 days ago
economic development project in the works for the City of Champions. The Gaming Commission on Thursday declined to award a license for a commercial casino in southeastern Massachusetts, where the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe has broken ground on a... Read more
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