Anaheim-based Ghetto Rescue Ffoundation (GRFF) is threatening a lawsuit if the Los Angeles Police Department doesn’t retract a statement blaming the animal rescue group for false information about a dead adopted pit bull.
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Iranian-backed militants are operating across the United States mostly unfettered, raising concerns in Congress and among regional experts that these “sleeper cell” agents are poised to launch a large-scale attack on the American homeland,
SEVERAL MONTHS AFTER the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald on the streets of Chicago, and nine months before release of video footage of the incident precipitated a political implosion that continues to reverberate, I observed that the fate of McDonald had become entwined with that of Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
A hurricane is about to descend on the tiny nation of Guyana—a hurricane of money.
The man who has been held responsible for the death of a Chester police officer will spend the next 12 years in prison.
The Chester Police Department issued a news release Thursday providing details of the arrest of a 25-year-old Perryville man who had eluded authorities for nearly four days following a pursuit in Perry County, Missouri.
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office has released its latest report of arrests.
A 49 year old Fordyce man has been in charged in Cleveland County for stealing phone wire near the Saline River bridge in January that interrupted phone service and internet service to a large portion of Cleveland County.
A 21 year old Hampton man has been charged in Calhoun County Circuit Court with theft of property. According to information in a probable cause affidavit filed in court, on July 23, Calhoun County deputy Terry Clark advised deputy Cliff Humphries that M&S deer camp had been broken into and copper wire was
The enrollment figures are not yet available for Fordyce School District but their was plenty enthusiasm exhibited on KQ-102.3’s “South Arkansas Today” program earlier in the week, when Fordyce Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Judy Hubbell and High school principal Chase McCollum talked about
The Los Angeles Police Department reported Thursday a pit bull adopted from the OC Animal Care shelter was not sexually abused and the cause of death still is being investigated.
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement has turned to Border Patrol to help them hold immigrants awaiting their criminal proceedings under zero tolerance.
State Sen. Martin Malavé Dilan, a veteran of more than a quarter-century of elected office, faces a stiff challenge in the September primary.
As Imperial Beach considered marijuana regulations this spring, some of the input came from Darnisha Hunter, who works for San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and is running for the Imperial Beach City Council.
The U.S. attorney’s office in San Diego charged 38-year-old Fernando Jesus Peraza with importing more than 20,000 fentanyl pills. Peraza, a U.S. citizen living in Tijuana, was arrested Thursday after officers at the San Ysidro Port of Entry found four packages of pills concealed in the passenger side rear quarter panel of his vehicle.
Bird populations have collapsed in the desert along the Nevada-California border, according to a new study by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley.
Fast-growing cities with high construction costs and low housing inventories have experienced some of the sharpest spikes in home prices over the past several decades, and today these cities have some of the largest shares of cost-burdened middle-class households.
Marriott International’s W Hotels Worldwide brand will leave SLS Las Vegas Friday after a 1½-year run as a four-diamond-rated “hotel within a hotel.”
Army Colonel J. Cale Brown put his life on the line in two tours of duty in Afghanistan, earning a pair of Bronze Stars for his service.
St. Lucie County’s Utility District recently entered into a public-private partnership to expand the county’s water and wastewater lines from Emerson Road west along Indrio Road toward Interstate 95.
Wednesday will continue to be hot and dry with areas of smoke. Temperatures today will be slightly less than yesterday with highs in the low-90s in the valleys and lower 80s on the ridges, with overnight lows between 55 and 60 degrees.
Camden Police have seized 550 pounds of marijuana from a railroad car. The seizure was made two days after an individual reported to the Camden Police Department that three males were on top of a 50 thousand gallon tank car on the Union Pacific tracks near Ritchie Street in northeast Camden. A
The Fordyce School Board met for their August meeting on Monday, just a day before the first day of school for Fordyce, And according to Fordyce School Superintendent Judy Hubbell, it was a great first day for school.
Aerojet Rocketdyne of East Camden announced a 50 million dollar expansion yesterday of its current facility that will add 140 new jobs over the next three years. Aerojet manufactures solid rocket motors and warheads. The announcement was made at Governor Asa Hutchinson’s office. Aerojet’s chief executive
Truck and Trailer stolen from Wardens Service Center recovered Wednesday
A Red Bud pharmacist will be sentenced in November after pleading guilty to federal charges in US District Court in East St. Louis Tuesday.
Sales tax receipts took a hit in July, recording a loss of $28,600.40 compared to the same month last year.
Local ozone readings low, KC records exceedance
On Wednesday August 15th at approximately 9:37 AM, the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a shooting in the 2800 block of 43rd Street.
County officials say statistics show 14-percent of adults in Thurston County smoke.
State lawmakers could consider a bill next year aimed at nabbing speeders and red-light runners with cameras.
The seasonally-adjusted Washington state unemployment rate for July is 4.6 percent.