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  • Sheriff indicates some facts on Jones children's deaths may be made public

    LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. Lexington County Sheriff Lewis McCarty indicated Tuesday he could well make public limited facts about how five children were killed at the right time, and only after consulting with prosecutors and Coroner Earl Wells.
  • Hartford Schools To Charter Group: Return Missing Computers, Equipment

    Hartford Schools To Charter Group: Return Missing Computers, Equipment
    HARTFORD — The city school system has demanded that the Jumoke Academy charter school organization return nearly $40,000 worth of technology and equipment identified as missing from Milner School this year — or risk being reported to law...

    Like other '50s-era relics, it's time to retire cruel experiments on monkeys

    Most people are probably familiar with the infamous experiments conducted by Harry Harlow starting in the 1950s. Harlow whom author Laurel Braitman calls "a dark lord of monkey torture" in her new book, "Animal Madness" tore newborn monkeys away from...

    Police report: Greg Monroe said he had two cups of wine before OWI arrest

    On Tuesday, the NBA suspended Detroit Pistons forward Greg Monroe for two regular-season games for pleading guilty to impaired driving earlier this year. Wednesday, a police report obtained by the Free Press under the Freedom of Information Act shed more...

    Ex-Gov. Tom Ridge promotes rights of disabled in the workforce

    HARRISBURG — John Angelo says he has an "amazing gift to share." It's his life story. For nearly his entire adult life, Angelo, 42, has gone to work at Gatti Pharmacy near his childhood home in the small town of Indiana, Indiana County, 177...