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The landlord claimed that Mr. Smith, who had pleaded guilty two years earlier to cocaine possession, had used his apartment to sell drugs, and so could be evicted. Kemper Diehl, a wide-eyed, third-year Columbia Law School student, argued otherwise.
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Jackson County sheriff's detectives found items taken in a string of recent recreation vehicle break-ins while they were searching for evidence in a separate case Tuesday. Their discovery led to the arrest of one suspect,
Agins/The New York Times Aaron Diehl playing at Smalls in the West Village. They were contemporary exponents of a legacy of African-American pianists stretching back to the music's origins, and including masters of refinement like Duke Ellington, Art
Cameras Act as Black Boxes' When Cars and Cyclists Collide Doug Mills/The New York Times Evan Wilder recorded an accident with a video camera strapped to his head. When Evan Wilder went flying onto the pavement during his bicycle commute one morning
Longtime director Mike Diehl resigned as part of an agreement that officially was acknowledged by township supervisors at a public meeting Nov. 22. His resignation was effective Nov. 11. "It's time for new leadership," said township manager Jerry
Our local students, teachers and staff are heading back to the classrooms and activities associated with education. College students are heading back to campuses and life in places of higher learning...All week long, that poor man listened to
The next three concerts promise to be especially noteworthy, offering a quartet led by the celebrated trombonist Wycliffe Gordon on Sunday, an all-female sextet marking Women's History Month in March and, in April, a tribute to Billy Taylor that
Richardson, The Denver Post) Teachers at one of Denver's poorest schools have discovered a key to improving student achievement that's as easy as stepping out the door. High-performing schools in affluent neighborhoods are usually buzzing with
38:28 PM MDT A controversial transit-oriented development in Draper -- in the works since 2008 -- is seen by some as the principal target of a legislative audit request to scrutinize Utah Transit Authority board members' possible conflicts of
41:11 PM MDT Legislative leaders voted unanimously Tuesday to have the auditor general scrutinize Utah Transit Authority's 19-member Board of Trustees for conflicts of interest involving land deals and transit-oriented developments.