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  • Easton Garlic Fest: Honoring foods that stink

    Easton Garlic Fest: Honoring foods that stink
    For one weekend in Easton, it will be OK to stink. It's actually encouraged. Garlic, in all its reeking and beautiful forms, will take center stage at the 14th annual Easton Garlic Fest. The event will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in...
  • Ex-deputy who helped wife work as prostitute resentenced to longer term

    SEATTLE A former King County sheriff's deputy who was sentenced last month to 366 days in prison for helping his wife work as a prostitute, stealing from the department and delivering drugs has been resentenced to a longer term after he was caught lying...
  • Newport News police arrest man in dognapping incident, looking for second

    Newport News police arrest man in dognapping incident, looking for second
    Newport News police have arrested one man accused of taking a dog from a car at a gas station parking lot last week and are looking for a second. Aaron Scott Dosier, 20, of the first block of Curtis Tignor Road, was arrested at his home about 7 p.m....
  • Barrington Hills officer charged with domestic battery

    Barrington Hills officer charged with domestic battery
    A Barrington Hills police officer pled not guilty to misdemeanor domestic battery. Gary A. Deutschle, 40, of Algonquin, was charged last week with one misdemeanor count of domestic battery with physical contact and one misdemeanor count of domestic...
  • Two men, juvenile accused of stealing seven cars from dealership

    Two men, juvenile accused of stealing seven cars from dealership
    Two men and a juvenile stole seven cars from a dealership in a span of less than three hours, according to West Palm Beach police. The 17-year-old juvenile was arrested on Monday and one of the men remains at large, according to police. West Palm...
  • Jailbreak in Washington state goes unnoticed for two days

    SEATTLE (Reuters) - A Washington state man jailed on robbery charges managed to slip away from a detention facility last week in an escape that went unnoticed for two days until his lawyer arrived for a visit, officials said on Tuesday. Rhyan Vasquez,...
  • Student injured in shooting at Kentucky high school

    LOUISVILLE Ky. (Reuters) - A student was wounded on Tuesday in a shooting at a Kentucky, high school, and police in Louisville have arrested a suspect in the incident, officials said. Louisville Police said in a statement that the victim was male and...
  • L.A. should get a grip on injury leave pay

    To the editor: Your article underscores the importance of investigative journalism. It provides example after example of potential injury leave abuses by police and fire department employees that are costing the public enormous sums while allowing the...
  • Garcetti vows tighter oversight of injury claims

    Garcetti vows tighter oversight of injury claims
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a warning to city police officers and firefighters who might be abusing a leave program that pays them 100% of their salaries, tax-free, while out with claimed injuries. "Watch out," Garcetti said during a downtown...
  • Drug take-back event in Burbank yields 250 pounds

    Authorities collected more than 250 pounds of medications and 17 pounds of syringes at a drug take-back event on Saturday, police said. Intended to prevent drug abuse and theft, it marked the department’s ninth take-back event in three years....
  • Woman charged with 4th DUI flashed 'bare buttocks,' Springs cops say

    Woman charged with 4th DUI flashed 'bare buttocks,' Springs cops say
    A birthday celebration turned sour for a North Lauderdale couple when both were accused of DUI after a road-rage incident in Coral Springs, police said. Records show it was the fourth DUI arrest for Michele Ann Rivera, 49, and the first for Stancel...