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  • A Whole Lot Of Ammo Missing From Hartford Police Range

    A Whole Lot Of Ammo Missing From Hartford Police Range
    In a state with strict gun laws, the sloppy and slapdash management of the Hartford police shooting range over many years should be embarrassing — if not criminal. A city audit of the shooting range released this week found that the range...
  • Ed Pawlowski says Obama trade pact would hurt Pennsylvania jobs

    Ed Pawlowski says Obama trade pact would hurt Pennsylvania jobs
    — Allentown Mayor and U.S. Senate candidate Ed Pawlowski says he has concerns about the potential effects of a trade agreement the Obama administration is crafting with Japan and 10 other Pacific countries. Pennsylvania workers would find...
  • Lake Minneola High student arrested on gun possession charges

    Lake Minneola High student arrested on gun possession charges
    A fourteen-year-old student was arrested on Friday after deputies say he was found in possession of a gun at Lake Minneola High School. The student was taken into custody and charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds, a felony. The student...
  • Nearly 9% of Americans are angry, impulsive - and have a gun, study says

    Nearly 9% of Americans are angry, impulsive - and have a gun, study says
    Tread lightly, Americans: Nearly 9% of people in the United States have outbursts of anger, break or smash things, or get into physical fights -- and have access to a firearm, a new study says. What's more, 1.5% of people who have these anger issues carry...
  • Reader Feedback April 27: Lane closures in bridges, tunnels; FBI office to investigate violent crime

    Drivers must deal with lane closures in bridges, tunnels A number of highly traveled bridges and tunnels that feed into the Peninsula will experience periodic lane closures, according to officials with the Virginia Department of Transportation. Many of...
  • Polls of anti-gun researchers don't indicate scientific consensus

    To the editor: Harvard public health Professor David Hemenway's research is a prime example of a scientific determination by a show of hands. ("There's scientific consensus on guns -- and the NRA won't like it," op-ed, April 22) Without giving any...
  • Guest Column: O'Malley tries marching to White House

     Guest Column: O'Malley tries marching to White House
    Five or six years ago, my nephew, Kyf Brewer, who (shameless plug) fronts Barleyjuice, a kick-butt Celtic rock band, asked me if "that Baltimore mayor guy" still does music. I told him "that Baltimore mayor guy" was now governor of Maryland. Kyf...
  • Female victims of homicide often know their killers

    Female victims of homicide often know their killers
    The victims vary in age. They were killed in upscale Stevenson Ranch and on the most dangerous streets of South L.A. The specifics may differ, but the homicides of women in Los Angeles County this year take on a deadly rhythm. On Jan. 14, Mary...
  • Hobart grandfather throws hat into ring for president

    Hobart grandfather throws hat into ring for president
    Michael Petyo has as much chance of becoming the next U.S. President as this column has of earning a Pulitzer Prize, but he remains undeterred. "I have PMA," he told me. "Positive mental attitude." The 66-year-old Navy veteran from Hobart proudly...
  • Louisiana weapons charges dismissed against Robert Durst, federal case remains

    Louisiana weapons charges dismissed against Robert Durst, federal case remains
    Louisiana authorities dismissed weapons charges against real estate heir Robert Durst -- who faces a murder charge in Los Angeles -- on Thursday as federal authorities moved forward with their case against him. Orleans Parish District Leon A. Cannizzaro...
  • Man sentenced for burglary, gun possession cases

    Man sentenced for burglary, gun possession cases
    A Westminster man was sentenced to serve five years in prison for breaking into a Union Bridge home and illegally possessing guns. Drew Pennington Berkheimer, 23, pleaded not guilty but agreed not to challenge the state's version of the facts to first-...