3 injured from Pali landslide; highway to be closed through Tuesday morning
A woman and two children were injured when falling debris from a landslide fell into the vehicle they were in this afternoon on the Pali Highway, Emergency Medical Services reported.
Lakeland family disputes Polk version of deadly fire
Heartbreaking 911 audio reveals final minutes in the life of Loretta Pickard, who perished inside her rural north Lakeland log home with firefighters on
Raleigh man charged with fracturing baby’s skull
Police on Friday accused Raleigh man of fracturing a 22-month old child’s skull.
Vivian Olson will run for Edmonds City Council
Harbor Square employee is co-chair of the Tree Board By Brian Soergel | Feb 10, 2019 Vivian Olson Vivian Olson has announced her campaign for Edmonds City Council, Position 5 “It was love at first sight when we moved here 17 years ago, and Edmonds has been home to my family ever since,” she said. Councilmember Dave Teitzel holds Position 5. On Saturday, Feb. 9, he announced that he would not seek a second term. The official filing period for the August primary is May 13-17, with the general election Nov. 6. Olson is the first newcomer to announce for an elected position in Edmonds government. Councilmember Diane Buckshnis (Position 4) said she seek another four-year term, as will Councilmember Neil Tibbott (Position 7). Councilmember Mike Nelson (Position 2) previously announced that he…
Hagerstown teen pleads guilty to attempted murder
A 16-year-old who shot a man during a robbery last year will be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
WRAL’s David Crabtree admits on-air to ‘inappropriate’ relationship, cites church fallout
WRAL anchor David Crabtree delivered a statement at the end of Friday’s 6 p.m. newscast admitting to an inappropriate relationship that cost him his position as a clergy member in the Episcopal Church.
Penn Hills school board president alleges pay-to-play in grand jury report response
The Penn Hills School Board president contends that the hiring of an architect to design two new buildings was part of a pay-to-play scheme.
Akron Beacon Journal: Country should pause, consider cause of violence
This time it happened in Pittsburgh, a man armed with an AR-15-style rifle, shouting anti-Semitic slurs and opening fire inside the Tree of Life synagogue
How Skipping Church Affects Our Children
In a Q&A, Carl Trueman was asked about why churches today are losing their young people. Typical answers to this question range from things like the temptations of this world or the irrelevance…
Hazleton YWCA dealing with debts, board chair says
HAZLETON — Financial struggles pose a long-term threat to operations at the local YWCA, as a newly assembled board of directors is scrambling to work with community groups and local stakeholders to address debts that have been uncovered over the past few