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Reading Karen Klein's commentary had me fuming on Friday (Commentary, "Why bring NOAA into the sea lion killing?," April 5). In the editorial, the writer says, "Sad, but was it irresponsible? Criminally or civilly irresponsible?" I say yes! A sea lion...
HealthWhen 34-year-old Yulissa Troncoso pled guilty earlier this month to leaving her five kids—aged 10 months to 12 years—alone in a car while she gambled at the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, her defense attorney called her a “good mom”...
The Hartford CourantMagellan Health Services Inc. said Wednesday it is protesting its loss of a state-awarded contract in Arizona worth $3 billion to $5 billion to manage a behavioral health system in the Phoenix region. The Avon-based specialty health insurer has had the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — A Harrodsburg man who allegedly shot at a Stanford police officer in front of Walmart in August will likely not go to trial on May 2 as had been planned. Instead, the trial has been delayed while Jackie Murphy, 71, undergoes a...
Tags: Lawyers, Vietnam War (1955-1975), Trials, Judges, Walmart
These groups meet regularly. Adolescents Who Have Lost a Loved One to Suicide — Mondays, April 8, 15, 22 and 29, 7 p.m. Grassroots Crisis Intervention is hosting a four-week support and education group for adolescents who have lost a loved one to...
Gun control doesn't stop bombings, and it doesn't prevent violent people from buying nails, BBs or pressure cookers. While I am supportive of gun control — and applaud Maryland for being one of the few states taking a strong stance on gun possession...
Channel Guide MagazineCall Me Crazy: A Five Movie Saturday, April 20 Lifetime, 8pm ET A young woman alone in a library starts to hear voices, threatening whispers that have her clawing at air and screaming for them to stop — just please stop. It might sound like the...
How Brett Keiling navigates his release from jail may well illustrate whether our criminal justice and mental health systems have made any progress in dealing with mentally ill individuals who have been a danger to others. Keiling, who earlier this...
Tags: Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Trials, Judges, Prisons
Irma Garcia pulled back her sweater to show me where the bullet entered her shoulder and spun her around. It then torpedoed through her body and exited near the middle of her back. "I still have problems with it," she said, standing to show me how the...
In lecturing to journalism students over the years, I have pointed out that newspaper style guides have adapted to changes in politics and society. For example, the 1976 version of the New York Times Manual of Style and Usage warned reporters not to...
Mariel Hemingway, makeup-free and in sweats, is gorgeous. That bone structure, her cheetah-like build and flowing hair have been familiar for decades. What's disarming is her forthright approach to a rough family history and her determination to live...
South Bend TribuneU.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly of Granger issued a statement Wednesday after his vote in favor of compromise legislation aimed at making it harder for terrorists, felons and the mentally ill to buy firearms. Known as the Manchin-Toomey Amendment for West...
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