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To Toronto fans, the couple looked strange because they were wearing orange, black and white...Finally, a man stopped the couple. "What are you doing wearing those jerseys?" he asked before a recent game. "They're the wrong color." "There were no
Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Cooley stood in front of Lonnie Jacob Ragan Friday afternoon and began to scream as she picked apart Ragan's defense in the 2011 shotgun slaying of his sister-in-law Holly Hearn. Part of Ragan's defense was that
Democrat or Republican, it doesn't seem to matter to Fabain Lamar Britt. The north Georgia man pleaded guilty Wednesday morning in U.S. District Court to threatening to kill President Obama in a 2011 letter. Britt, 31, with a lengthy history of
Rich Martin said. "With cell phone technology, a majority of operations have gone from search and rescue to just rescue. Most times, we know where they are, we just have to get them out." When it comes to rough terrain, the Mounted Unit is
Prosecutors are examining multiple options in the case of a man accused in August of walking into a Columbus Carmike 15 armed with a handgun, including whether he's competent to stand trial or should face felony charges...Vardeman, 23, currently
The man convicted six years ago of murdering a Veri Best Donut baker will not get a new trial, a Muscogee County Superior Court judge ruled Monday. Tracey Terrell McKay, 41, was convicted in 2006 of fatally shooting John K. "Sonny" Thrash, who worked
Serving a life sentence for the 1989 Veri Best Donut murder, Tracey Terrell McKay appeared Tuesday in Muscogee County Superior Court and testified in an effort to have his conviction set aside and get a new trial. McKay, 41, was convicted in 2006 in
The man accused of carrying a concealed 9 mm into the Carmike 15 Thursday night could have avoided any charges if he'd left the firearm inside his car, a Columbus defense attorney said...Vardeman, 23, faces three weapons violations: carrying a
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason has accused Common Pleas Judge Nancy Margaret Russo of ignoring her constitutional duties and abusing her judicial powers by allowing Internet sweepstakes cafes to reopen after Mason tried to shut them down.
Maryland In rural Maryland, an hour-and-a-half drive from Washington, Bill Mason is tilling his fields to plant organic maize and soybeans. About two-thirds of his 340 hectares are organic, but not all of them...There are some die-hard organics,"