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Rowe has found happiness after more than two years of grieving for his murdered family, and will become a father before the third anniversary of the Kapunda triple murder. The 26-year-old and his ever-supportive partner, Coralie-Anne Glanville-Smith,
A farmer's work is never done, if Jack Murray's schedule is any indication. Besides farming with his cousin and their sons, he sells seed corn and serves on the board of a grain cooperative and ethanol plant. Plus, in the past, Murray: Helped his
By EMMANUEL UDOM Crime reporters in Nigeria have petitioned the inspector-general of police, Muhammed Abubakar; over allege threat to the life of Christopher
A Boeing 747 touches down for a landing at the Castle Airport runway on Monday (3-11-13) in Atwater. According airport manager Scott Malda, 52, the "Jumbo Jet" was being operated by the Raytheon Company, and flew to Atwater out of Tucson, Arizona.
Suzanne Barron, a Glen Rock mom, looks around the basement library of Paterson 's School 21, with its cement walls and hard wood or metal furniture, and envisions something much cozier a reading nook with beanbag chairs, a rug and new shelves full of
Divorces Asked Ambriz, Lacey v. Ramiro. Clark, Dianna v. Richard Mills. Duran, Karla v. Gabriel. Gant, Jennifer v. Charles. James, Sarah v. Christopher. Jones, Michelle v. Christopher. Jones, Tiffany v. Shane. Lawler, Melissa v. William. McGee, J. Jr.
On last week's show Ryland continued his onslaught of Ann, exposing secrets from her past that threatened to destroy her. Meanwhile, John Ross' plotted to take over Ewing Energies solidified; Christopher changed tactics with Pamela Barnes; and an
38:26 PM PST Updated: 02/21/2013 11:38:26 PM PST All eyes were on Chris Russo. Someone forgot about Austin Shake. "Oh, no doubt the play was intended for Chris,'' Monterey basketball coach Greg Daniels said.
HBO's decision to schedule the five-part "Parade's End" shortly after the end of the most recent season of PBS' "Downton Abbey" is either very, very smart, or just foolhardy. Sure, viewers needing another fix of early 20th century Britain may flock
Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation, whose namesake died of leukemia in 2007 at age 9. Founded by Christopher's mother, Suzanne, the organization seeks to honor her son's life through outreach, empowering other children to pursue and enjoy