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Archive for May 19th, 2018
The woman alleges that deputy Giancarlo Scotti assaulted her three times while she served a six-month sentence for drunken driving.
For the past seven months, they've been building boats equipped with steering capabilities, solar panels, batteries and motors.
Dr. George Tyndall continued to examine young women although the school received about 200 complaints that started years ago.
Kevin Cooper is awaiting execution for the hatchet and knife killings of four people in Chino Hills in 1983.
A decade before Stephen Beal's ex-girlfriend was killed in a targeted explosion, his wife died after she fell down a flight of stairs in their Long Beach home.
At hotels, bars and in our homes, we're going gaga over the union of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
In much of the developing world, getting a properly formulated medicine is hit-or-miss — and the issue is massively underreported.
The prototype labels use "BE," for bioengineered, instead of GMO. One design features a smiling sun that a skeptic calls "propaganda for the industry."
A school shooting in Texas, plus a new government report on university-hired consultants and student borrowers, in our weekly roundup of education news.
An eight-horse field is set for Saturday's race at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course, and it's expected to be a two-horse race: Justify and Good Magic.
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