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It's been several years since this armed bank robber hit in Sprague, but the law in Lincoln County isn't stopping their search for him - and hope you have the tip to finally take him down. He hit the U.S. Bank back in the summer of 2007, flashing a knife...
Tags: Lawyers, Theft, Crimes, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe bottom line on any horror picture is clear cut and simple. How many times does it raise the hair on the back of your neck? How often do you jump? And how much fretting do you do about where you kept that night light you put away years ago? “...
Daily DishIgnazio "Ig" Vella, the grand old man of California's cheesemakers, has died. Vella was artisanal before the word became a cliche. His father introduced the dairy's Dry Jack before World War II, looking for a domestic alternative to Parmesan when......
GreenspaceThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power gave the go-ahead Tuesday to relaunch the Solar Incentive Program next month. Applications will be accepted starting Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. The revised program is doubling its budget from $30 million......
GreenspaceSolar power: Rebates for Los Angeles solar panel installations are 60% lower under the newly relaunched Solar Initiative Program, which will start accepting applications next month. The program was put on hold in April as the demand for incentives hovered...
Orlando Arts BlogIf Saturday night's Red Chair Affair proved anything, it showed that arts patrons are SERIOUS about their art. And, yes, the all-caps are deliberate. I'm just saying there were a few unfriendly words spoken, a slight push, almost a scene at the VIP...
Theme Park Rangers - Orlando SentinelRipley's latest “yearbook of the weird” will be published Tuesday, and it might include some of your neighbors. The 256-page book, called “Strikingly True,” has a holographic lightning bolt on the cover, and it spotlights all-new...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — Mercer Senior High’s gymnasium may have a maximum capacity of around 2,500, but on Friday night valedictorian Caleb Patrick Sheehan made sure to make it a point in his address to “welcome the 3,000 people in attendance.&...
A circular great room with a sweeping view of the western San Fernando Valley is the focal point of John Lautner's Hatherall House, which combines mid-century progressive engineering with a Space Age flair for the dramatic. Built in 1958, the home in...
FOX40 NewsSacramento Fire Department swift water rescue crews have a taste of what tsunami victims were up against in Japan. Every year, they rescue swimmers, rafters, waders and fishermen from one of the most deadly stretches of river in the country. The strong...
email@example.comEighty-eight year old Louise Dean of Mercer County is handed a photograph of Harrodsburg’s Main Street from the 1930s. She embraces the snapshot as if it were a picture of a lost loved one and, after a brief pause, the memories shoot forth like...
Even parents in Tacoma had homework Tuesday night. Tacoma Public Schools called on parents to offer ideas to solve the district's $18.5 million dollar budget gap. A few of the ideas that have come up include temporarily closing Foss High School,...
Tags: Budgets and Budgeting
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