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Chris Dickinson has been placed on leave pending an investigation of conduct on a business trip.
A neighbor said she acted out of frustration. The act was reportedly caught on tape, twice.
One way to prevent drownings is to teach kids to swim, and a health agency will cover the cost.
Brian Wingender, 23, is headed to prison after being taken into custody at Thursday’s hearing.
Investigators are reviewing what happened Friday when a mechanical lift contacted power lines.
A woman who wore a business suit and was armed with a pellet gun has pleaded guilty.
The city is starting with a playground replacement, with hopes for other large-scale renovations.
Newly appointed Dave DeMarco, 47, is considering changes to how emergency services are deployed.
Six months into the mayor’s order to address youth violence, some plans are still in draft mode.
Preservation groups tried to save the building, but it’s in bad shape and offers were not deemed viable.
They allegedly were playing with a revolver. Then the 16-year-old left the room.
More than 100 were reported stolen last year. The locks are part of an anti-gang-violence initiative.
Derek Newman says his clients aren’t listening to him or paying their legal bills.
Zachary Konicke’s father survived the 2016 attack, which involved knives and fire.
This time, an appeals court found that evidence implicating David Morgan was seized illegally.
Patrick Shunn and Monique Patenaude were shot to death after a long-running dispute with Reed.
They are considering first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn.
Marta Haile died after blows from a cooking pot. The suspect has a history of mental health issues.
The nonprofit offers a number of classes for the public, companies and other organizations.
The ability to negotiate a minimum staffing level remains under review by the state Court of Appeals.