The weapon used in the stabbings was a hunting knife between 8 and 10 inches long.
Police said the gunman’s bullets narrowly missed an officer but that no injuries were reported.
Petitions delivered to 30 Rockefeller Plaza, marked the latest attempts to dissuade the network from allowing Trump to host the show.
Chambers has remained jailed in Stillwater on $1 million bond since the Oct. 24 crash.
Collins was one of at least 39 people in Oregon and Washington state to be sickened with E. coli.
The recordings show neighbor Naomi Bettis first called 911 to report that a man with a black rifle and two small gas cans was walking up to …
The law was approved by the Legislature in 2013 but was overturned by voters the following year in a referendum.
Ellis, a 7-year veteran of the force, suffered life-threatening injuries and remained at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexing…
Air Force Staff Sgt. Spencer Stone was knifed three times in the torso on Oct. 8 in a fight near a bar in Sacramento.
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The order by Judge John Cleland said Attorney General Kathleen Kane had just informed him she had “no knowledge at this time of any email”.
Jamarion will first go to the Muskegon River Youth Home and could face the possibility of decades in adult prison.
From July through Wednesday there have been 11 reported deaths in high school football in the U.S.
The boy was participating in the Big Bend Youth Football League, which school officials said is not affiliated with the district.
In his first NFL start last season, Manziel was chased, sacked, intercepted and taunted by the Bengals in a 30-0 embarrassment.
Police did not immediately clarify what the posts contained.
About 150-200 people have taken to the streets of Greenville, in protest of the borough’s decision to close down Main Street.
City leaders said they needed that money to pay for police officers and firefighters.
Reviewers on Yelp and other sites could soon received federal protection for writing negative posts, thanks to the U.S. Senate.
Engineer Pat Ginnetti said this year’s price was around $60 per ton, roughly a third of what his office had to spend last year.
After thousands complained of complications from the birth control, one member of Congress is pushing to pull the product off shelves.
The closures will occur in the next 12 to 24 months.