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The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago Dozens of environmental bills are in the works at the Utah Capitol, but much of the legislation is no more than a label as the first week of lawmaking gets under way. That's the
She was a longshot to someday help her basketball team win on its crosstown rival's home court. Who would have thought that she would still be playing her senior year, after all those trips to the doctor's office?...And then, last February, a third. "
The Eagles fell behind host Grant by a couple of points after one quarter, but rallied to win Saturday's North Suburban Prairie Division game by a 57-43 final. "I wish I had the answer for why we do not get ourselves going to start the game,"
Months after his 3-year-old son was killed, Robert Crim thinks every day about what could have been done differently. Crim's son, Jacob Smith, was found dead in a Trafalgar apartment in February. Amanda Smith, Jacob Smith's mother and Crim's ex-
The point guard led Lakes' girls basketball team to a 54-28 win over host Wauconda in North Suburban Prairie Division action. "Amanda stepped up big today and showed great leadership in directing our team," Eagles coach Pete Schneider said. "She
It felt so nice but I was still a bit self-conscious because I have a few scars from the operation. 'After the operation you have to wear a sports bra and tight fitting pants for three or four months which I did. But after that I could wear a slim
A Central Indiana woman accused of drowning her 3-year-old son will undergo psychiatric evaluations to determine whether shes competent to stand trial. The Daily Journal reports ( http://bit.ly/z9IlCM ) the assessments will also determine if 33-year-
E-mail Palatka Daily News A psychologist can thrive figuring out the St. Johns River State College softball team. n The team jumps out to an 11-7 start. n The team then loses 12 of its next 14 games to fall under .500...Coming off being swept by
Written by Kristine Guerra Filed Under Amanda Smith, the Johnson County woman accused of drowning her 3-year-old son, attacked a jail guard Wednesday, Johnson County Sheriff Doug Cox said. Cox said Smith assaulted the jail guard just before 11:30 a.m.
A Johnson County judge had warned Amanda Smith on Thursday that her say in her son's custody hinged on better cooperation with authorities. The judge, Mark Loyd, set a hearing March 14 to determine whether 3-year-old Jacob Smith would continue to