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Finishing a labor of love

Daughter publishes manuscript her father worked on for years

Date: 06/26/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Skeletons, coins found in dig at ancient Pompeii

ROME — Italian and French archaeologists have found four skeletons and gold coins in the ruins of an ancient shop on the outskirts of Pompeii, officials said Friday.The skeletons are those of young people, including an adolescent girl, who perished in the back of the...

Date: 06/26/2016 | Nation & World


Panama Canal ushers in era of megaships

PANAMA CITY — More than 100 years ago when the SS Ancon sailed into the history books as the first ship to transit the Panama Canal, the waterway was a display of American ingenuity and the Panama Canal Zone was firmly in U.S. hands.But the ship making the first...

Date: 06/25/2016 | Nation & World


Blind dog with oozing sore wins World's Ugliest Dog contest

PETALUMA, Calif. — A 17-year-old Chinese Crested Chihuahua with legs bowed out like a frog and an oozing sore is the winner of this year's World's Ugliest Dog contest.

Date: 06/25/2016 | Nation & World


A long life of service

Sister Mary Ann Conley retires from Snohomish ministry

Date: 06/25/2016 | Local News


Officials still looking for owner of dog abandoned near Maltby

MALTBY — An apparently abused dog found abandoned near Maltby earlier this month continues to recover.Investigators still need help identifying the animal's owner, according to a Friday press release from Snohomish County Auditor Carolyn Weikel. Her office oversees...

Date: 06/25/2016 | Local News


More than 30 burned at Tony Robbins’ walk over coals

DALLAS — More than 30 people who attended an event with motivational speaker Tony Robbins have been treated for burns after Robbins encouraged them to walk on hot coals as a way of conquering their fears, Dallas fire officials said.Five people were taken to a hospital...

Date: 06/24/2016 | Nation & World


Can you give one of these pets a home?

The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

Date: 06/24/2016 | Fur & Feathers


Summer school program: Photograph the 'Humans of Snohomish'

It's an idea borrowed from "Humans of New York" and transplanted to the more placid streets of Snohomish.With his sensationally popular blog, Facebook page and...

Date: 06/24/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


The trailmaster

Pearl Harbor survivor Walt Bailey loved the outdoors

Date: 06/23/2016 | Local News


Dogs can smell technology, help police find evidence

On a Tuesday morning in July 2015, a swarm of FBI investigators and state officials combed through a large white-brick house in suburban Indiana.

Date: 06/22/2016 | Northwest


American Kennel Club’s newest breed: Meet the lively pumi

NEW YORK — A high-energy Hungarian herding dog is the latest new breed headed to the Westminster Kennel Club and many other U.S. dog shows.

Date: 06/22/2016 | Nation & World


Jaguar used in Olympic ceremony shot in Brazil

SAO PAULO — A jaguar used in an Olympic torch relay ceremony was shot to death after it escaped its leash and tried to attack a soldier, the Brazilian army said Tuesday.

Date: 06/21/2016 | Nation & World


Once labeled invasive, ‘rock snot’ algae now deemed native

MONTPELIER, Vt. — A type of algae called "rock snot" that was thought to be an invasive species in the Northeast is actually native to the northern United States, researchers have concluded.

Date: 06/21/2016 | Nation & World


Could wear and tear on the love hormone gene make us less social?

Los Angeles TimesWe intuitively know that our personalities and temperaments — whether we’re introverts or extroverts, how we respond to novelty or adversity, whether we’re hard-driving or laid back — are the result of a complex interaction of nature and nurture.

Date: 06/20/2016 | Nation & World


Cosby, due in court in July, again hopes to question accuser

PHILADELPHIA — Bill Cosby will return to a Pennsylvania courtroom next month as he tries again to question his accuser in a sexual assault case before it is sent to trial.

Date: 06/20/2016 | Nation & World


Sweet! Electrical trick may lead to less fat in chocolate

NEW YORK — Get a charge out of chocolate? New research suggests candy companies may be able to make lower fat versions of the tasty treat with a little electrical trick.

Date: 06/20/2016 | Nation & World


Massachusetts woman skydives to celebrate her 87th birthday

ORANGE, Mass. — A Massachusetts woman can check something off her bucket list: She celebrated her 87th birthday by skydiving.

Date: 06/20/2016 | Nation & World


Herald receives 9 journalism awards at regional competition

SEATTLE — The Daily Herald won nine awards in a multi-state journalism competition, including first-place finishes for the profile of a dapper dresser and for a photo essay on last summer's devastating wildfires.Writer Andrea Brown won first place in lifestyle...

Date: 06/19/2016 | Local News


Rare red wolf pups emerge from Wolf Haven den

TENINO, Washington — Five rare red wolf pups have ventured outside their den at Wolf Haven International sanctuary south of OlympiaKING-TV reported that the pups are just 5 weeks old, meaning it’s still too early for staff to know which are female or male.

Date: 06/19/2016 | Northwest


Sewage workers retrieve Bothell couple’s flushed wedding ring

SEATTLE — A family says sewage workers in Bothell found a diamond in the rough after their 4-year-old son flushed his mom’s wedding ring down the toilet.

Date: 06/19/2016 | Northwest


How Michelle Obama’s speechwriter honors first lady’s voice

WASHINGTON — When Sarah Hurwitz sits down at her laptop, she puts on her noise-blocking headphones and imagines Michelle Obama’s exacting voice in her head.The voice might say: No, that transition is clumsy. Or: Are we really telling this story in a way that honors these people?

Date: 06/19/2016 | Life


Experts restore 300-year-old French vessel found in Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Archeologists have finished restoring the partial remains of a frigate that was carrying French colonists to the New World when it sank in a storm off the Texas coast more than 300 years ago.

Date: 06/19/2016 | Nation & World


Mom pries open mountain lion's jaws to rescue son, 5

DENVER — Summoned by the sound of screams, a Colorado woman raced to her front yard to find a terrifying sight: A mountain lion was hunched over her 5-year-old son, biting him.

Date: 06/19/2016 | Nation & World


Honesty rewarded

Edmonds teen honored for turning in buried treasure

Date: 06/18/2016 | Local News


Fancy to whimsical: Joan Rivers’ belongings up for auction

NEW YORK — Joan Rivers was many things: brash and brassy comedian, queen of QVC, petite mistress of great big gowns.

Date: 06/18/2016 | Nation & World


Lost and injured

Wounded dog apparently dumped on Highway 522 near Maltby

Date: 06/17/2016 | Local News


State reports a new wolf pack, located near Sherman Pass

SPOKANE — The state has a new wolf pack, the 19th since the animals began returning to Washington in the 1990s.State wildlife managers say part of a northcentral Washington wolf pack has split away and formed a new group called the Sherman Pack.

Date: 06/16/2016 | Northwest


Prince William 1st British royal to make cover of gay magazine

LONDON — Just days after the deadly shooting at an LGBT club in Orlando, Prince William has appeared on the cover of a gay magazine as part of efforts to raise awareness about homophobic bullying.

Date: 06/16/2016 | Nation & World


Bramble Cay melomys likely 1st mammal claimed by climate change

At first glance, the Australian island of Bramble Cay is unremarkable except for the steel lighthouse at one end. Otherwise, the small isle is dotted with a few grass clumps, shorebirds and nesting sea turtles.

Date: 06/15/2016 | Nation & World


Pullet-zer prize

Mukilteo home for sale, must love chickens

Date: 06/14/2016 | Whats Up With That?


Georgia Tech-bound

Murphy grad Peter Zupke to pursue computer studies

Date: 06/13/2016 | Local News


Taylor Swift is too easy of a punchline

It didn't take long for Taylor Swift's breakup with Calvin Harris to become a big joke on social media. All together now: She's totally going to write a song about him!!!That's the basic gist of the response, as onlookers lined up to take snarky shots at Swift's tendency to...

Date: 06/12/2016 | Entertainment


Laura Zalesky was private face of park land preservation

Laura Zalesky felt more at home watching birds in the woods than she ever did in an environmental meeting.

Date: 06/12/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Flying, screeching visitors turn Aussie town batty

Batemans Bay is a picturesque Australian coastal town that always leaves the welcome mat out for tourists. But tens of thousands of visitors of another kind have more than outstayed their welcome — large bats.Residents feel trapped in their guano-coated houses, and...

Date: 06/11/2016 | Nation & World


Times Square performers to be restricted to designated area

NEW YORK — New York City workers have started painting teal rectangles in pedestrian plazas designating where costumed characters can pose with tourists in Times Square.

Date: 06/11/2016 | Life


Queen Elizabeth knights Rod Stewart

LONDON — Some guys have all the luck.Rocker Rod Stewart has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in her annual Birthday Honors List, which also included recognition for astronaut Tim Peake and "Downton Abbey" star Penelope Wilton.Stewart, the...

Date: 06/11/2016 | Nation & World


Obama marks milestone with daughter’s high school graduation

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama marked a big milestone Friday: His daughter, Malia, graduated from high school.Outside of the media glare, the soon-to-be 18-year-old collected her diploma from the private Sidwell Friends School in Northwest Washington during an...

Date: 06/10/2016 | Nation & World


No limitations for this grad

Medical problems are no match for her determination

Date: 06/10/2016 | Local News


Applause

EvCC plaza named for longtime employeeThe Everett Community College Board of Trustees on May 26 dedicated an outdoor plaza as the Bill Deller Plaza. "This is a place where students gather," EvCC President David Beyer said. "It's a...

Date: 06/10/2016 | Local News


Ancient Greek astronomy computer deciphered

ATHENS, Greece — When you're trying to fathom a mangled relic of very old hi-tech, it helps to have the manufacturer's instructions.For more than a century since its discovery in an ancient shipwreck, the exact function of the Antikythera Mechanism — named after...

Date: 06/10/2016 | Nation & World


Professional to volunteer

Retired teacher helps out at Marysville elementary school

Date: 06/10/2016 | Local News


Charges reduced in school flatulence-spray case

ASOTIN — Two Washington state teenagers who faced felony charges after releasing a synthetic flatulence spray in a high school will wind up with clean records if they stay out of trouble for one year.

Date: 06/09/2016 | Northwest


Amber Heard's ex-girlfriend defends actress in past arrest at Sea-Tac

LOS ANGELES — Amber Heard’s ex-girlfriend said Wednesday the actress was wrongfully accused of domestic violence in 2009.

Date: 06/08/2016 | Entertainment


Coeur d’Alene tribe begins canoe journey

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — Smoke from burning sweetgrass drifted over the 35-foot-long dugout cedar canoe and its seven paddlers.Words of prayer and blessing were spoken, seeking protection for the trip ahead.

Date: 06/08/2016 | Northwest


Oklahoma prisoners' project digitizes Everett High yearbooks

Open the blue-suede cover of the 1909 "Nesika," Everett High School's yearbook. Inside the 160-page volume is a glimpse of another age. Teachers and students look prim and proper. A list of favorite slang includes "Oh,...

Date: 06/08/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Operation helps others, too

Doctors removed part of Alden Bernate’s brain when he was young

Date: 06/08/2016 | Local News


Can you give one of these pets a home?

The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

Date: 06/07/2016 | Fur & Feathers


Trafton School on the block

Old elementary could house drug, alcohol recovery program

Date: 06/07/2016 | Local News


Oil train crash briefly derails couple’s wedding plans

LYLE — Travis Dumas and Tory Sansonetti were trying to make it to downtown Portland by closing time Friday.

Date: 06/06/2016 | Northwest


Oregon students pushing for loaner life jackets encounter red tape

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — High school students in southern Oregon are continuing to press for the installation of life jacket loaner stations along the Rogue River despite bureaucratic obstacles.

Date: 06/06/2016 | Northwest


No charges against mom of boy in gorilla exhibit

CINCINNATI — An Ohio prosecutor says he isn’t seeking charges against the mother of a 3-year-old boy who got into the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla exhibit, resulting in the shooting of an endangered gorilla to protect him.

Date: 06/06/2016 | Nation & World


Lynnwood police chief retires

LYNNWOOD — Police Chief Steve Jensen retired May 31 after 21 years in that job.The mayor doesn't expect to name a new chief for several months. Jensen's departure marks a major change for Snohomish County's fourth-largest city, where some officers have spent their...

Date: 06/05/2016 | Local News


Oregon livestock company wins trade-secret injunction

SALEM, Ore. — An Oregon livestock company has won an injunction against a former employee accused of stealing trade secrets to start his own company in China.

Date: 06/05/2016 | Northwest


Coeur d’Alene cuts popular Ironman triathlon in half

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — The city of Coeur d’Alene is preparing for its popular Ironman race, but for the first time in 14 years it won’t be a full Ironman triathlon in June.

Date: 06/05/2016 | Northwest


State protection status of orcas, larks to be considered

OLYMPIA — The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will hold a public hearing this week on the protection status of killer whales and streaked horned larks.

Date: 06/05/2016 | Northwest


Monster alligator a big attraction at Florida golf course

PALMETTO, Fla. — A giant alligator is getting worldwide attention after golfers took a video of it strolling across a course.

Date: 06/05/2016 | Nation & World


King Tut’s dagger was of ‘extraterrestrial origin’

King Tutankhamun, the ancient Egyptian pharaoh, was entombed with a dagger made from metal mined from a meteor, according to a new scientific study.The iron dagger was found within Tutankhamun's sarcophagus, whose discovery in Luxor in 1922 prompted a wave of global interest...

Date: 06/04/2016 | Nation & World


Floods imperil famous Paris landmarks

PARIS (AP) — The Seine River peaked early Saturday around Paris, hitting its highest level in nearly 35 years — almost 4.5 meters (15 feet) above average — and authorities warned it could take up to ten days for the river to return to normal.

Date: 06/04/2016 | Nation & World


Gravediggers compete in race judged on speed — and style

DEBRECEN, Hungary — Digging their way to the top, 18 two-man teams of Hungarian gravediggers displayed their skills Friday for a place in a regional championship to be held in Slovakia later this year.

Date: 06/04/2016 | Nation & World


How Prince obtained fentanyl scrutinized

WASHINGTON — Federal agents are assisting authorities in Minnesota to determine how Prince obtained the fentanyl that killed him, whether through an illicit channel or from a doctor, according to a law enforcement official.

Date: 06/04/2016 | Nation & World


Animal rights group files complaint against WSU

PULLMAN — An animal rights group has filed a complaint against Washington State University, asking the federal government to fine the school over the deaths of two grizzly bears and the overdosing of three bighorn sheep.

Date: 06/03/2016 | Northwest


Pike Place fish-throwers toss salmon to zoo bears

SEATTLE — Fishmongers from Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market tossed salmon to grizzly bears at the Woodland Park Zoo to help raise awareness about the animals.

Date: 06/03/2016 | Northwest


Moving up at Murphy

Principal ready to take over as president of high school

Date: 06/03/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Rotary Clubs award graduating students thousands in scholarships

Local Rotary clubs distribute hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships to Snohomish County students each year.Listed below are most of this year's scholarship recipients.The Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Club also has a scholarship program and handed out...

Date: 06/03/2016 | Local News


Applause

Edmonds Arts Festival poster winnerThis year's Edmonds Arts Festival Student Art Poster winner is Julian Gray, a second-grade student at Sherwood Elementary School. Julian's watercolor piece, "Flower Meadow," will be on...

Date: 06/03/2016 | Local News


A tradition grows

Rotary Clubs hand out half a million dollars in scholarships

Date: 06/03/2016 | Business


Official: Prince died of accidental fentanyl overdose

MINNEAPOLIS — Prince died of an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller that is up to 50 times more potent than heroin, autopsy results released Thursday show.

Date: 06/02/2016 | Nation & World


Extinct otter species named after Grateful Dead guitarist

BOISE, Idaho — A U.S. National Park Service paleontologist and Grateful Dead fan credited with identifying an extinct species of otter found in south-central Idaho has named it after the band’s guitarist.

Date: 06/02/2016 | Northwest


Officials: Woman caught young deer, tried to sell it online

HOPLAND, Calif. — Authorities say a Northern California woman was arrested after she scooped up a fawn from a rural road and attempted to sell the animal on Craigslist.

Date: 06/02/2016 | Off the Wire


Mom at zoo: ‘He’s dragging my son! I can’t watch this!’

CINCINNATI — Confusion and panic set in after a 3-year-old boy plunged into the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla exhibit, according to 911 recordings released Wednesday, with the boy’s mother pleading for help while repeatedly shouting at him: “Be calm!”

Date: 06/01/2016 | Nation & World


Groundbreaking WWII-era spy finally gets posthumous honors

ARLINGTON, Va. — For nearly six decades, she was the wife of a famed military aviator. Nobody knew she was a hero in her own right, a spy who reported on Soviet troop movements from behind what came to be called the Iron Curtain.

Date: 06/01/2016 | Nation & World


Endangered fisher spotted hiding from coyotes near Sequim

A fisher was spotted evading coyotes near the mouth of the Dungeness River in late March by Matt Heins, a Sequim resident and manager of Dungeness Farms Inc."It's pretty surprising because that's not typical fisher habitat," Patti Happe, Olympic National Park...

Date: 06/01/2016 | Northwest


Bodies of 40 tiger cubs found in Thai temple freezer

BANGKOK — Forty dead tiger cubs were found Wednesday in a freezer at a Buddhist temple that operated as an admission-charging zoo, a national parks official said.

Date: 06/01/2016 | Nation & World


Rodriguez makes prom dress dream come true

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Talk about finding the best prom dress ever.

Date: 06/01/2016 | Life


‘Shield’ actor convicted of 2nd-degree murder of wife

LOS ANGELES — A jury has convicted an actor who played a police officer on TV of second-degree murder in the shooting death of his wife in Los Angeles.The verdict was read Tuesday after the weeklong trial of Michael Jace, who appeared on the FX series “The Shield.”

Date: 05/31/2016 | Nation & World


Cyclist says she and friend injured when jumped by kangaroo

CANBERRA, Australia — A woman says she and a friend were injured when they were jumped by a kangaroo while cycling in an Australian wine region.

Date: 05/31/2016 | Nation & World


Dead whale found on bow of cruise ship

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A veterinary pathologist worked Monday to determine what killed a juvenile fin whale discovered on the bow of a cruise ship entering an Alaska port.

Date: 05/31/2016 | Northwest


Vigil held for slain Cincinnati Zoo gorilla

CINCINNATI — Dozens of animal rights advocates and others held a Memorial Day vigil at the Cincinnati Zoo in remembrance of a gorilla that was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who entered its exhibit.The male western lowland gorilla named Harambe was killed...

Date: 05/30/2016 | Nation & World


Machias food trucks moving

Marketplace will soon set up at Centennial Trail parking area

Date: 05/30/2016 | Local News


Yakama Nation students find success with prosthetics

YAKIMA — In a building just outside the main Yakama Nation Tribal School, its MESA prosthetics team has turned a classroom into a workshop.A 3-D printer hides behind a poster board. A clay oven is covered just outside the room. And there are tools everywhere.

Date: 05/29/2016 | Northwest


A simple silver bracelet

It linked a country to its Vietnam POWs

Date: 05/29/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Despite Trump criticism, wind turbines kill fewer birds than tall buildings

NEW YORK — Donald Trump criticized the wind-power industry this past week for killing birds. A far bigger threat is real estate developers and their tall buildings.About 599 million birds are killed annually in the U.S. when they fly into windows, trailing only loss of...

Date: 05/29/2016 | Nation & World


Scientists find minivan-sized sponge off Hawaii

HONOLULU — Researchers in Hawaii have been absorbed by a sea creature they discovered last summer, and their findings are pretty big.The team of scientists on a deep-sea expedition in the waters off Hawaii discovered what they say is the world’s largest known sponge.

Date: 05/29/2016 | Nation & World


Looters dig up a Civil War battlefield in Virginia

Memorial Day weekend is a time to commemorate men and women who died while serving in the military. People make solemn visits to cemeteries, memorials and battlefields to honor the fallen.That's not what took place this week at an important Civil War battlefield in...

Date: 05/28/2016 | Nation & World


Paleolithic cave art found 1,000 feet underground

Spanish archaeologists say they have found an exceptional set of Paleolithic-era cave drawings that could rank among the best in a country that already boasts some of the world's most important cave art.Chief site archaeologist Diego Garate said Friday that an estimated 70...

Date: 05/28/2016 | Nation & World


National Spelling Bee ends in its unlikeliest tie to date

OXON HILL, Md. — If not for his high-pitched voice, there would be no way to peg Nihar Janga as the youngest-ever winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Date: 05/28/2016 | Nation & World


Applause

Marysville troop fetes five Eagle ScoutsBoy Scout Troop 80 and its Marysville Kiwanis sponsor held a group Court of Honor on April 30 at the Marysville Free Methodist Church to celebrate the attainment of five Eagle Scouts at one time. Honored were Micah...

Date: 05/27/2016 | Local News


Slow dancing to memories

Rita Jozefczyk, 88, thinks back to sacrifices made during WWII

Date: 05/27/2016 | Julie Muhlstein


Senior Saudi cleric forbids selfies with cats

Cats may not quite have taken over the Internet and our smartphones, but they're definitely starring characters. Apparently that's increasingly true even in ultraconservative Saudi Arabia, which was news to Saleh bin Fawzan al-Fawzan, a prominent cleric who is a member of the Saudi...

Date: 05/26/2016 | Off the Wire


Man arrested for dragging dog behind truck in Vancouver

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Police have arrested a man for dragging a dog behind his truck in Vancouver.

Date: 05/26/2016 | Northwest


Johnny Depp’s wife files for divorce in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — Johnny Depp’s wife has filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences after 15 months of marriage.Amber Depp, an actress known as Amber Heard, filed for divorce in Los Angeles Superior Court and is seeking spousal support from the Oscar-nominated actor.

Date: 05/26/2016 | Nation & World


A pup named Potato? 15 were registered in NYC last year

NEW YORK — Bella and Max are top dogs in New York City.The city Health Department announced Wednesday that it registered 1,127 dogs named Bella and 1,073 named Max in 2015.

Date: 05/26/2016 | Nation & World


Actress Beth Howland, who played Vera on ‘Alice,’ dies

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Beth Howland, the actress best known for her role as a ditzy waitress on the 1970s and ‘80s CBS sitcom “Alice,” has died. She was 74.

Date: 05/26/2016 | Nation & World


Did billionaire bankroll Hulk Hogan’s $140 million court victory?

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Is Hulk Hogan’s courtroom cage match with Gawker being bankrolled by a high-tech billionaire with a grudge against the news-and-gossip site?

Date: 05/25/2016 | Nation & World


Actor’s young son says he heard shots in killing of mom

LOS ANGELES — The 10-year-old son of an actor on trial for murder in the killing of his wife testified Wednesday that he heard his father tell her that she should run to heaven before shooting her twice in the legs in a hallway outside the boy’s bedroom.

Date: 05/25/2016 | Nation & World


A dying request: ‘Please don’t vote for ...’

The wild and crazy 2016 presidential race has expanded to a new territory: obituaries.It typically goes something like this: In lieu of flowers, the deceased asks that mourners not vote for Donald Trump. Or for Hillary Clinton. It's shown up in newspapers in...

Date: 05/24/2016 | Whats Up With That?


Pierce County deputy injured after crashing into 4 cows

TACOMA — Authorities say a Pierce County sheriff’s deputy has been hospitalized after his patrol vehicle struck four cows that had wandered into the middle of the road in Roy.

Date: 05/24/2016 | Northwest


Bill Cosby ordered to stand trial for sex assault

NORRISTOWN, Pa. — Bill Cosby was ordered Tuesday to stand trial on sexual assault charges after a hearing that hinged on a decade-old police report in which a woman said the comedian gave her three blue pills that put her in a stupor, unable to stop his advances.

Date: 05/24/2016 | Nation & World


The life-changers

Master Builder volunteers build ramp for Arlington family

Date: 05/24/2016 | Local News




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