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  • Cops: Man threatened to spray gas on customers at gas station robbery attempt

    Cops: Man threatened to spray gas on customers at gas station robbery attempt
    On Thursday night, three people told Sarasota cops that a man later identified as Reggie Randall had approached them at a gas station while yelling and threatening them, according to a news release from the Sarasota Police Department. They also reported...
  • City police report fatal stabbing early Sunday

    City police report fatal stabbing early Sunday
    Baltimore City police say a man died from a stab wound in the early hours of Sunday. Police said at about 2:33 .a.m, officers were called to a gas station in the 3300 block of Mannasota Avenue, where they found an adult male suffering from at least...
  • KNBC-TV playing to viewers on L.A. County buses

    KNBC-TV playing to viewers on L.A. County buses
    KNBC-TV Channel 4 is taking the bus. Nearly 1,800 Los Angeles County buses operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority have become the latest vehicles for the local TV station's advertising sales and marketing. The NBCUniversal-owned station...
  • Gas station clerk held up at gunpoint in Arlington Heights

    Gas station clerk held up at gunpoint in Arlington Heights
    A clerk at an Arlington Heights gas station was held up at gunpoint Halloween night but was uninjured, police said. According to Arlington Heights Police Commander Mike Hernandez, a man entered the Shell gas station at 3 W. Algonquin Road at 9:09 p.m.,...
  • Newspaper vendor shot dead: 'I want to know why'

    Newspaper vendor shot dead: 'I want to know why'
    Terrence Graves left for work at 4 a.m. every day to sell newspapers and fruit near a Dan Ryan Expressway ramp. Graves, 23, had been on the job for about 90 minutes Tuesday morning when he was shot and killed, apparently by two men seen running in an...
  • Convenience store competition heats up

    Convenience store competition heats up
    Call it the battle of fried chicken versus made-to-order hoagies, both served with a side of gasoline. Competition among convenience store chains in the Baltimore area has heated up as retailers vie to win over consumers by redefining and expanding...
  • 8 wounded in shootings across Chicago overnight

    8 wounded in shootings across Chicago overnight
    Eight people were shot and wounded across Chicago overnight, including  a man and a teen in the South Chicago neighborhood early this morning, police said. The two were shot in the 8000 block of South Manistee Avenue around 6:35 a.m. A 45-year-old man...
  • Shell casings, police and a conversation

    Shell casings, police and a conversation
    A vehicle has a shattered window at the scene of a fatal shooting at 71st Street and Ashland Avenue Saturday. -------------------- A strobe light flickered on one of the 10 security cameras outside the Marathon gas station at 71st Street and Ashland...
  • Gas station robbery suspect busted after being stopped for speeding

    When a FHP trooper pulled over Heather Brianna Kelly, 25, of Fort Pierce, for speeding on I-95,  the trooper learned the woman was wanted for jumping over the counter of a gas station in Atlantis and swiping some cash from the register, reports WPEC CBS...
  • Dr. Patrick A. Taylor, president, Holy Cross Hospital

    Dr. Patrick A. Taylor, president, Holy Cross Hospital
    Last week: The University of Miami and University of Florida being ranked in the top 50 U.S. News best colleges is good news for all of us, having premier universities helps us retain and attract students to Florida. Universities help create diverse,...
  • A year post-derecho, some lessons are still being put into action

    A year post-derecho, some lessons are still being put into action
    After last June's derecho — and Tropical Storms Irene and Isabel before it — Rodgers Forge resident Nancy Slaterback was fed up with power outages. "The problem's getting worse. It's not getting better," she told members of the Public Service...