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Pennsylvania Ave.This week the Senate will once again try to pass an extension of a payroll tax cut, a measure considered must-pass before the end of the year. It's authored by Pennsylvania Democrat Bob Casey. The House may start work on......
The 21-year-old college student allegedly told detectives that he hadn't just killed the man who'd lived with his family for months, but had eaten his heart and portions of his brain. The victim's severed head and hands were found in the men's Harford...
Tags: Judges, Murder, Students, Crime, Law and Justice, Social Media
A Parkville High School senior donned a thick pair of what police call "drunk glasses." As her classmates watched, she reeled, nearly stumbled and only missed hitting a pole because she had her hands outstretched. "It was crazy!" said Laura DeGuzman....
Anchor/ReporterPearl Diaz spent Monday at Spectrum Hospital in Grand Rapids at the bedside of her oldest child, 30-year-old Daniel Diaz. His kidneys are failing and he remains in intensive care. "I'm just praying, I don't want my son to become another statistic," said...
From huffing chemical sprays to smoking poisonous roadside weeds, nothing seems to be out of the question for teens looking to get high, police warned parents this week. Displaying an array of spray cans, including body sprays and dust removers, drug...
I can totally see myself biting through the soft flesh of someone’s nose, chewing on the grisly cartilage, warm, bitter rivers of blood running down my chin. Chefs say the cheek is among the most succulent, tender flesh of any animal. Suffice it...
Tags: Facebook, Crime, Law and Justice
In a career spanning three decades, forensic psychiatrist Steven Hoge has evaluated just a handful of people implicated in acts of cannibalism. It's exceedingly rare behavior, he says, and clear answers are often elusive when it does occur. "I understand...
Sheriff Darrell Warren answers three questions posed by the Daily Press in advance of Tuesday's Republican primary. Warren faces a challenge from Jimmy Ledbetter. - What do you see are the key issues in the race? - Drugs – Always going to be...
Channel 2 NewsGovernor Sean Parnell signed legislation Wednesday making it illegal to possess, manufacture, sell or distribute synthetic cocaine. Senate bill 140 classifies the synthetic, also marketed as bath salts, as a "schedule two-a" controlled substance....
WGNO NewsA Louisiana man has been arrested for attacking another man and biting him in the face. The attack is similar to the one last week in Florida. "I think it's crazy," Bryan Harris said. "I think it's disgusting, it's repulsive," Monica Dholakia said....
Thank heavens gruesome things do not happen in Pennsylvania. Oops. Spoke too soon. Should have knocked on wood. Obviously, recent weird events must have had some something to do with the approaching full moon, combined with eager anticipation of the...
According to reader Sandra Klisham, we need less newspaper coverage about the Morgan State University student accused of cannibalism and more about the U.S. soldiers who are fighting and dying in Afghanistan ("Less cannibalism coverage," June 8). She...
Tags: Morgan State University, PCP
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