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2011 Hartford Distributors Shooting

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Top 2011 Hartford Distributors Shooting Articles

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  • Man kills himself at shooting range

    BURBANK — A Los Angeles man shot and killed himself Thursday afternoon at the Firing-Line indoor shooting range, police said Friday. Officers responded to the range at 1060 N. Lake St. about 4:30 p.m. Thursday to find the man with an apparent...
  • Isle of Wight family farm struggles with drought

    Isle of Wight family farm struggles with drought
    Rex Alphin stoops over a silent diesel pump, pushing a noisy hand-crank up and down to draw the first water of the day from the Blackwater River. Again and again he pushes down, then pulls up, straining to prime the indispensable workhorse that has...
  • Local Pro Cup team appears headed to Camping World Truck Series

    HAMPTON – It is appearing more and more likely that Hampton Roads will house a Camping World Truck Series team during the 2011 season. Jamie Mosley, crew chief of Lamb & Robinson Motorsports in Cheseapeake, said he is virtually certain his team will...
  • Emmy-nominated costume designers on dressing characters with success

    Emmy-nominated costume designers on dressing characters with success
    From the full-skirted polka-dot dresses of "I Love Lucy's" Lucy Ricardo to the cone bras and figure-hugging outfits worn by the women of " Mad Men," costumes have done as much as anything to make television memorable. In recognition of the part clothes...
  • Memoir of Hollywood's wild side

    Memoir of Hollywood's wild side
    Everyone in Hollywood has a story, right? Countless aspiring actors, filmmakers and crewmembers have flocked to Los Angeles over the years looking for fame, fortune and glory via the silver screen. Each one brings with them a history, a memoir waiting...
  • Public forum set to talk about police department

    With the city still recovering from an officer-involved shooting, several police civil rights lawsuits and probes into allegations of misconduct, officials are gearing up for a public forum on Wednesday in which residents will be able to voice their...
  • Uruguay beats Ghana to advance to semis

     
    Uruguay and Ghana played 119 minutes of the most back and forth thrilling football in what was already arguably the best match of the World Cup – and then it got exciting. A match that eventually saw Uruguay win on penalty kicks, looked to be...
  • Jorge Videla, former dictator, faces new trial in Argentina

     
    The former dictator ruled Argentina between 1976 and 1981, when tens of thousands were killed or "disappeared." Videla had been sentenced in life in prison in 1985 after democracy was restored in the country, but in 1990, he was pardoned and freed by...
  • Drug gang hit man narrates assassination of prosecutor in Mexico

     
    Rosado admits to being a member of "La Linea," a binational gang known as the enforcement arm of the Juarez cartel. He explains how he and a crew of gunmen carried out orders to killed Salas. Here's a rough transcript of the first part of the clip....
  • Graeme McDowell back in focus, needs more wind

     
    On one hand, Graeme McDowell figures he's put himself in contention for a second major championship. The British Open scoreboard says he's seven strokes off the pace. That might be too far at a U.S. Open. At unpredictable St. Andrews, who knows? “...
  • Gulf oil spill: BP criticized for cheaper, faster well option

     
    A federal investigator hammered a top BP official Thursday on why BP chose to implement cheaper, quicker options to finish and seal an oil well rather than more expensive options that offer more protection against oil and gas compromising the......