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Bae and Miller were the last Americans held by North Korea following the release last month of Jeffrey Fowle.
Meth lab seizures peaked nationally in 2004, when nearly 24,000 labs were seized.
On Friday, an underground website calling itself Silk Road 3.0 Reloaded claimed to be open for business on the TOR network.
The 5-year-old girl wasn’t hurt in the frightening experience.
Tearful family members said the arrest brought them some peace but left many questions.
Judge Janice Stewart on Friday ordered Francisco Aguirre to be released while he’s awaiting the start of his trial on Jan. 13.
The biggest question now appears to be one of timing.
Ms. Lynch is a strong, independent prosecutor who has twice led one of the most important U.S. attorney’s offices in the country.
In signing off on the plan, Rhodes appealed to residents who expressed sorrow and disgust about the city’s woes.
She’s also learning to regulate her body temperature by getting in and out of water.
Dr. Robert Ferrante, who hung his head when the verdict was read in court Friday, faces a mandatory life sentence.
15-year-old Andrew Fryberg died Friday evening of his wounds.
“Most mariners know about this storm and they are trying to stay away,” he said.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress members returning to Capitol Hill next week will face a debate over President Barack Obama’s new $5.6 billion pla…
Austin Halsey’s second-half goal boosted Washburn Rural into the 6A state championship game.
A new app that could change the way people interact with police.
James Earl Jones to receive the first of its kind honor.