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  • Arrest made in 20 year old Oklahoma cold case

    Arrest made in 20 year old Oklahoma cold case
    Oklahoma authorities said Thursday that bodies found last month in a hole initially dug for a septic tank were likely those of three females missing since 1992 and that police had arrested a man who sprinkled black pepper on the impromptu grave in an...
  • Riegelsville bridge plan controversial

    Q: PennDOT plans to replace a narrow, one-lane bridge over the Delaware Canal in Riegelsville with a modern bridge with two 11-foot-wide lanes. My neighbors and I own a historic twin home on the building line of the new bridge. We recently learned that...
  • Harford residential hazardous waste disposal day coming May 4

    Coming early next month will be a chance for Harford County residents to get rid of certain hazardous household products that they may not have figured out how to get rid of safely. On Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Local Emergency Planning...
  • Gurnee considers recycling points program

     
    Gurnee residents may soon have the opportunity to earn reward points for recycling in a program new to the Chicago area. The village board agreed …...
  • State legislation may bring peace to L.A. water district war

     
    The California Assembly approved legislation Thursday that would end a long-standing turf war between two Los Angeles County water districts. For much of the last decade, the Lakewood-based Water Replenishment District has been fighting with the Commerce-...
  • Record highs set as heat wave continues in Southern California

     
    Record temperatures were set for a second day in a row on Thursday as triple-digit heat continued to scorch inland areas of Southern California....
  • Insurers must pay for hazardous waste site cleanup, court rules

     
    The state of California will be able to collect tens of millions of dollars from insurance companies for cleanup of the Stringfellow Acid Pits hazardous waste site, the California Supreme Court ruled....
  • L.A. schools chief John Deasy highlights gains in annual address

     
    L.A. schools Supt. John Deasy on Thursday announced a sharp decrease in student suspensions and academic improvement that included better performance on tests and higher enrollment in rigorous classes. Deasy cited these gains in an assertively upbeat, 40-...
  • Two Occupy protesters fight over chalking; 1 man arrested, LAPD says

     
    An argument over chalking between two Occupy protesters escalated into a fight with one men being arrested on suspicion of battery, police said Thursday afternoon....
  • Westbound 60 Freeway shut down in Monterey Park after vehicle accident

     
    Firefighters on Thursday night were trying to rescue at least one victim trapped in a vehicle in a two-car accident that forced officials to close the westbound lanes of the 60 Freeway in Monterey Park. The closure was near Atlantic......
  • State attorney general sues wounded-veterans charity

     
    California's attorney general on Thursday filed a civil lawsuit against a Riverside County-based charity that raises money allegedly to support programs for military veterans and active-duty personnel, particularly for those hospitalized with war wounds....