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  • Faith leaders rally against anti-immigrantion legislation

    Religious leaders leaders and bishops from across Florida oppose anti-immigrant legislation that will divide communities, separate families, and prevent churches from ministering to those in need. They urged political leaders to instead focus on real solutions
  • Dana Spiotta on living the creative life

    Dana Spiotta is interviewed by Carolyn Kellogg for the L.A. Times. Dana Spiotta is the author of "Stone Arabia."

    Prosecutor Rules Muskegon Officer Justified in Shooting Death

    Prosecutor Rules Muskegon Officer Justified in Shooting Death
    The Muskegon County Prosecutor has ruled that Muskegon city police officer Charles Anderson acted in self-defense in the shooting death of Julius Ray Johnson in September. Anderson's use of force was ruled to be justified. In a detailed ruling,...


    Army Sgt. 1st Class Allen C. Johnson and his wife, Staff Sgt. Eunice Johnson, went to see "The Polar Express" on Nov. 18, the final outing before their November deployments -- he to Afghanistan; she to Iraq. They both cried during the movie. "We were...

    Tribune reporter's work wins award

    Howard Witt, the Tribune's Southwest bureau chief based in Houston, has won the 2008 Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers for his coverage of racial issues in America. Witt's work included his reports on the Jena 6 case in Louisiana, articles...