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The entertaining programs of the Flora Public Library's Summer reading Program came to an explosive end on Thursday afternoon, when Nitro Joe the Science Guy gave his entertaining and educational show...Louis based edutainer who got his start doing
Monday, Ryan Murphy 's production company had quite the horror when an envelope was opened containing white powder...One of the office assistants was the first-hand victim to the scare, opening a fan letter with a supposed script inside of it...
23 July 2012 A Catholic nun is alleged to have sent six envelopes containing white powder to parliamentary figures including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, a court heard today. The defendant, who is known as Sister Ruth Augustus, is accused of
those delivered to police in Hayward, San Leandro and Berkeley -- was not hazardous, officials said. A fourth envelope delivered to the Union City Police Department was given over to U.S. Postal Service and FBI for more investigation, police Cmdr.
The state's public lands commissioner is proposing a forest health hazard warning for parts of eastern Washington. Peter Goldmark said Monday he's worried about catastrophic wildfires in this state, as acres of trees in eastern Washington have been
Hibernian striker Garry O'Connor 'gave false name' Mr O'Connor denies all of the charges against him A Scotland football international gave a false name to police who questioned him over drugs but misspelled it and then ran away, a court has been
An inmate at a county jail is suspected of mailing a harmless powder he claimed was anthrax to the attorney prosecuting his case, one of a series of powder-filled letters sent around Portland in late April and early May. Investigators were first
I have to admit I've been getting weary of the near-daily white powder hoaxes . There's only so many times you can write turned out to be talcum powder in a week. Then along came tonight's D-FR statement: At 20:41 Dallas Fire-Rescue's HazMat Team was
Federal authorities are tracking what they call the most prolific mailer of white powder in U.S. history with an eye toward solving a case that has tied up first responders and cost taxpayers millions of dollars. Officials with
Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to close dozens of mail processing centers, saying it can no longer wait for Congress to decide how to cut postal costs. Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe says postal operations are