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The demographic makeup of the Aurora Police Department remains virtually the same as it was more than three years ago, when the U.S. Department of Justice began investigating it for low minority numbers. The numbers come despite what police officials
Contests with laptop computers, private concerts and cars as prizes...New research suggests missing as little as two weeks of school can put young children behind their peers, burden overworked teachers, cost districts state dollars and undermine
Of all the national highjacked celebrations, this is perhaps the most difficult to swallow commercially. Originally, the country paused to pay respect to its armed forces fallen. But leave it to corporate greed to pull off another marketing trick.
01am on May 17, 2012; Modified: 12:30am on May 17, 2012 Spring Township police have seized more than $13,000 in cash, suspected marijuana, and synthetic urine from the car used by a man charged with robbing and threatening four teenage boys on Centre
03/19/2012 07:33:39 PM PDT Members of the real estate industry congratulated the 2012 officers and board directors of the Filipino American Real Estate Professional Association-Santa Clara County Chapter at their installation luncheon on March 9.
For eighth-grader Rachel Bordes, it's the sheer joy of running. "I've always had a passion for running," said Rachel, a Sausalito resident who has been doing so competitively for the past five years. "This is a more competitive team than others I've
The District Attorney's Office identified the victim in Friday night's fatal hit-and-run accident as Jose Martinez, 49, of this town. Police found Martinez's body lying in the road near 9 Francis St. after receiving a 911 call around 11:45 p.m. The
Rad Martinez enters the cage Saturday night at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood for his Bellator debut...It's an exciting time for the 32-year-old from West Jordan, Utah, but while he is focused on his opponent, the back of his mind wanders
The Sugarless World Bakery sells cakes, pies, cookies and more in Mokena, Ill. Supplied photo Like little kids in a candy store, customers lined up to sample and then buy brownies, eclairs and other treats that typically are denied to them.
The Arizona Republic Tolleson Union High School is tearing down a decades-old concessions area to make way for a new visitor space. The district is spending $723,934 on the project, which will demolish the concessions building and existing restrooms