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ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O'Malley announced the make-up of his five-member Redistricting Advisory Committee on the Fourth of July holiday. The announcement of the committee first appeared on the governor's website July 5 and also noted the first...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Obama administration announced Thursday that undocumented students and other low-priority immigration offenders will not be targeted for deportation under its Secure Communities immigration enforcement program. The announcement marks further steps to...
COSTA MESA — Earlier this month Councilman Eric Bever suggested the city stop lone council members from putting items on the agenda. Doing so, however, would have further isolated Councilwoman Wendy Leece, the only person on the council opposed...
Tags: Landforms, Mountains, Politics, Regional Authority, Unemployment
Attorneys for an inmate accused of killing a corrections officer five years ago want prosecutors to reveal their evidence to determine whether it satisfies the state's death penalty statute. The hearing, requested by lawyers for Lee Edward Stephens, is...
Tags: Punishment, Abusive Behavior, Politics, Lawyers, Murder
Contributing WriterA book about the settlement of Danville that includes documented materials, early maps, deeds, estate settlements, and letters written by early settlers will be for sale at the Constitution Square Arts Festival.“KEN-TAH-THE, The Life and Times of...
In his letter to The Sun printed Aug. 18 ("O'Malley correct on church-state separation"), Arnold Paskoff suggests there should be "no representation without taxation." This implies that he thinks Archbishop Edwin O'Brien pays no taxes. I believe this is...
The Hartford CourantDefense attorneys for Joshua Komisarjevsky lost their bid Monday to keep Dr. William Petit Jr., the lone survivor of the 2007 Cheshire home invasion killings, out of the courtroom during their client's upcoming trial. Last month the defense filed...
Tags: Punishment, Sex Crimes, Rape, Politics, Lawyers
American News CorrespondentThe Legislature, including its audit and investment operations, would operate on essentially status-quo funding for next year under budget recommendations made Monday by its executive board. The final decisions won’t come until March, when the...
MILBANK (AP) - Grant County has been one of the most active in the state when it comes to issuing permits for draining farm land. But now, county officials are pondering the idea of getting out of the water control business and letting parties work...
Dexter McNamara, former vice chairman, took an oath of office Tuesday to become the new Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians tribal chairman. McNamara steps into the role following an Aug. 8 recall that removed former tribal chairman Ken...
Tags: Human Interest, Politics, Elections
Guest ColumnistBART is the acronym for the Bay Area Rapid Transit system in the San Francisco area. It may also become a historical marker of sorts as we navigate the intersection, with its occasional collisions, of new technology, public safety and our First...
Clout StreetDemocratic Gov. Pat Quinn said today he was “disappointed” that veteran House Speaker Michael Madigan, the state’s Democratic chairman, attended a fundraiser featuring Republican U.S. House Speaker John Boehner. But Madigan spokesman...
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