Somewhere in England sits a man who was the unwitting inspiration for the biggest winner at the Grammy Awards.
One man was targeted and the other two victims were bystanders.
The potential $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion claims appears very close to winning final approval from a federal judge.
22 percent of drivers tested positive for at least one drug that could affect safety.
“I’m just trying to open their eyes to the opportunities.” “Be the guy that supplies the lighting, the nutrients, the dirt.”
In late December, hundreds of teenagers gathered at the mall and several fights broke out.
An incoming storm caused the winds to constantly shift direction, making it tough for firefighters to contain the blaze.
Five people were killed, including several children.
No one was arrested, and the State Patrol reported no disturbances.
The indictment says the suspects used “coded language” in their communications over email and social media.
In 2013 there were 80 firearm homicides in Kansas, but 240 firearm suicides.
The ruling brings gay marriage to a state considered one of the Bible Belt’s most socially conservative.
Last month’s experiment ended in a giant fireball.
“Eddie stated he was hurting and that his family does not understand what he has been through,” the police report said.
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More than 50 bills have been introduced in Missouri alone related to the shootings.
She was arraigned Friday on a misdemeanor aggravated harassment charge.
Child welfare officials contend the woman couldn’t properly care for a newborn and insist they acted in the child’s best interests.