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  • Bears need to provide help to Ray McDonald

    Bears need to provide help to Ray McDonald
    One of the more controversial moves during NFL free agency was the Chicago Bears' acquisition of defensive end Ray McDonald. This acquisition bothers me as a die-hard Bears fan and a dedicated employee at the South Suburban Family Shelter, a domestic...
  • Alabama drops Jonathan Taylor from team after domestic-violence arrest

    Alabama drops Jonathan Taylor from team after domestic-violence arrest
    Alabama football Coach Nick Saban dismissed Jonathan Taylor from the team Sunday, hours after the defensive tackle was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence for the second time in less than a year. Taylor was arrested by Tuscaloosa, Ala., police...
  • USF quarterbacks eager to earn starting job, lead revitalized offense

    USF quarterbacks eager to earn starting job, lead revitalized offense
    TAMPA — As the final whistle blew Saturday, Mike White raced out to mid-field to congratulate teammate Steven Bench. Both quarterbacks were all laughs after helping lead the Green team to a 10-9 win over the White team during USF's annual spring...
  • Man arrested on suspicion of murder in girlfriend's stabbing death

    Man arrested on suspicion of murder in girlfriend's stabbing death
    Police have arrested a 41-year-old man suspected of fatally stabbing his girlfriend in a truck in Van Nuys then concocting a story about how the couple had been attacked, authorities said. Osmar Gomez was arrested on suspicion of murder after police...
  • Wait, what changed George McCaskey's mind about Ray McDonald?

    Wait, what changed George McCaskey's mind about Ray McDonald?
    I liked George McCaskey’s first answer: no. The Bears chairman was asked by new general manager Ryan Pace to consider the case of Ray McDonald, a defensive end with a recent history of charges of violence against women. McCaskey said he reviewed...
  • Bears should have passed on McDonald

    Bears should have passed on McDonald
    In recent months, the topics of domestic violence and sexual assault have become just as common to football fans as touchdowns and rushing yards. On Tuesday, the Bears signed free agent defensive tackle Ray McDonald. Even though he has not faced...
  • S. Windsor Man Arrested

    SOUTH WINDSOR – A local man was arrested after a domestic violence incident early Saturday morning. Rui Silva, 36, of 913 Pleasant Valley Road was charged with third-degree assault. According to a press release, police were dispatched to a...
  • New ads decry violent crimes

    A new advertising campaign was launched in Burbank this week to bring awareness to a state program that helps victims of violent crimes. The ads, which are appearing on Burbank Bus vehicles, feature stark, sometimes bloody, depictions of victims —...
  • Indiana domestic violence funds may increase to $5 million

    Indiana domestic violence funds may increase to $5 million
    Advocates for victims of domestic violence are excited about a bill in the Indiana General Assembly that would double the amount of money currently available to groups – and hopeful that the release of the funds happens in a timely and less...
  • Two accused in bloody Tamarac murder

    Two accused in bloody Tamarac murder
    Three years ago, when Richard Andres appeared in a Broward court on charges of domestic violence and beating a kitten to death, a judge ordered him to have no contact with his wife or any animals. "The court believes. . .that if you would do this to a...
  • U.S. women's soccer team in transition as it prepares for World Cup

    U.S. women's soccer team in transition as it prepares for World Cup
    In Pia Sundhage's first meeting as coach of the U.S. women's national soccer team seven years ago, she pulled out a guitar and serenaded the bemused players with Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'." When new U.S. women's Coach Jill Ellis held...