Julianne Moore didn’t know much about Alzheimer’s before taking on the role of Dr. Alice Howard.
Collins agreed at $1,475,000 and Coleman at $725,000.
The governor outlined spending plans Friday that would rebuild the state’s cash reserves.
The new deal also directs a $60 million fine to address child abuse be spent within Pennsylvania and resolves that lawsuit.
He is charged with plotting to attack the Capitol with pipe bombs and shoot government officials.
While taking photographs from an eighth-floor window ledge in downtown Philadelphia.
Proposals for balancing the state budget.
Argued that intelligence agencies must be able to intercept terror suspects’ communications on encrypted social media and messaging sites.
Would keep overall state aid to public schools near current levels through June 2017.
More than 37 percent of four-year students in Kansas received Pell Grants last year.
Following a crime spree in central Florida.
Brief argues lower court judge made three mistakes.
Charged with second-degree child endangerment and unlawful possession of a firearm.
Three officers were treated and released at a Hutchinson hospital.
The Pentagon confirms the plan.
Walker remains in jail on a $1 million bond.
Another $800,000 is going to a Kansas project to improve management of pheasant habitat.
Brownback outlines his plan for the new legislative session in Address.
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Addressed a strategy for closing the state’s looming budget shortfalls.
Convicted of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles.
Oklahoma moved toward its first execution since a botched lethal injection last spring.