This week’s biggest news and headlines
The child suffered severe burns.
The shooting occurred before the mall opened at 10 a.m.
Lawyers for Sandusky’s victims worried that the NCAA’s retreat sent the wrong message.
The Melbourne Police Department tweeted around 10:30 a.m. Saturday that officers were “currently working a shooting.”
Besides cash, the man received a Visa gift card, lottery tickets and letters of encouragement.
The court vacated his life sentence because it was imposed under a sentencing previously found to be unconstitutional.
The victim told police she was cut by a known person she had been staying with.
He used lumber in the truck to reach the top of the garbage pile and avoid the compactor.
The book contained about 30 to 40 hits of the narcotic.
His address is expected to be as much about selling a story of U.S. economic revival as it is about outlining initiatives.
A 2012 survey by the Los Angeles Times found the academy was 94 percent white, overwhelmingly male and with a median age of 62.
The victim has been identified as James M Reeder Jr.
High school basketball teams reached the mid-way point of the season.
Brownback’s proposal would raise tax on cigarettes.
Network won’t consider projects with embattled Actor/Comedian
Time running out on comments to controversial pipeline
Rapper Common joins the group too.
“Close, but no cigar”, says company founder.
How a change in the education funding formula could directly impact the classroom
Tax cuts, tax hikes, changes in how we pay for our schools, those are just some of the changes to come.
Details of visit expected next week.
The sheriff’s gold badge was in the entrance area for a couple of months when the error was discovered Wednesday.
For the third time in a decade, the globe sizzled to the hottest year on record.
The case will be argued in April and a decision is expected by late June.