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The contract covers employees in nine states from Massachusetts to Virginia who work for Verizon’s wireline business.
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction spokeswoman JoEllen Smith says the incident is being investigated.
The proposed rules would prohibit electronic monitoring of wild animals in state forests.
The Cafaro Family and local churches donated $1,000 for th.e supplies
Second Harvest Food Bank volunteers donated more than seven thousand hours of their time this year.
A pastor and his wife give back to the community with free gas.
Police said a man took a woman’s purse out of her shopping cart around noon July 30 at the Giant Eagle.
Ruhl was one of several firefighters looking for ways to fight the then-small fire when it suddenly expanded.
Any request for Palmer to return to Zimbabwe would go through the U.S. State Department.
Bobbi Kristina, who dreamed of growing up to achieve fame like her mother, died in hospice care July 26.
Of the five companies selected Friday that will grow and dispense the medication, three have significant experience in other states.
Crews were called back to 228 South Garland Avenue at 8:31 a.m. after the fire rekindled.
Since Katrina, medical services have been scattered across the city.
Amy Emmett was released from the hospital on Wednesday and is now at the Mahoning County Jail.
Police spokeswoman Sonya Toler says the driver and passenger in the car haven’t yet been identified.
Scarborough was hired last year and is required by contract to live in the 29-year-old home.
At least 650 residents have been evacuated from their homes as the blaze raged in hills covered in dense brush and oak trees.
Fiat Chrysler says the air bag control modules may be too sensitive and need to be recalibrated.
The president has talked to more than 80 lawmakers, either individually or in small groups, administration officials said.
Encinia at one point is seen holding a stun gun as he says, “I will light you up!” after Bland refuses to get out of her car.
Stanley Fulton of New Orleans and Jason Payne of Youngstown, Ohio, each pleaded guilty to one criminal count.