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An armed Valdez, 36, held a woman hostage at a motel in a tense 16-hour, overnight standoff with SWAT teams, all while finding time to keep his family and friends updated on Facebook, authorities said.
He even got some help from the outside over the social…Continue
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Carlos Rico, 22, stopped his car along a cactus-lined stretch of Interstate 20 near Sweetwater at about 3 a.m. Tuesday and "threw the boy out of the car like a bag of garbage," Sweetwater police Chief Jim Kelley…Continue
Authorities identified the woman as Marie Joseph, 36, of Fall River.…
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Another 51 students, aged 7 to 16 were injured in the freak strike 160 miles northwest of Kampala, said local police spokeswoman Zura Ganyana.
Lightning strikes in recent weeks have killed at least 38 people around the country in recent…Continue
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A month ago, thirty-year-old model,Lashawna Threatt was 'play wrestling' with her friend at a birthday party at the W Midtown Hotel in Atlanta when the incident turned deadly. The two women went through the window where rescuers found Threatt dead on the sunroom roof.…Continue
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With all the sex appeal, pelvic thrusts and lap dances Rihanna has been giving, there's no doubt that her show is worth every single penny. The "What's My Name" singer rocked the stage in her fruity pebble inspired outfit.
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But don't rush to claim them, because the soles of the kicks were stuffed with cocaine, just one pair in a four pair sneaker smuggling operation gone bad a few days ago.
Customs agents at John F. Kennedy Airport found nearly five pounds of cocaine concealed in the soles of sneakers packed in…
On March 17, 2011, at 2:19 p.m., officers responded to the 800 block of Rood Avenue regarding the death of Mirabelle Thao-Lo. Yang claimed her daughter’s death was caused by a seizure in her home.
After a three-month investigation that…Continue
The college athlete saw Pedro Arzola, 34, father of…Continue
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Jamar broke the television while playing Nintendo Wii, prompting his mother to go into a rage on June 13, police say. The boy vomited and complained of agonizing pain for five days before Crawford decided to seek…
WOMEN are indeed emotional beings and men, it is true that some things are better left unsaid. Women's egos are fragile, our spirits are easily broken and so it's necessary that a man chooses his words and sentences carefully before piling on the negativity. Gentlemen, for a peaceful life, take heed to these 11 things you should never say…Continue
The draft was completed by a group of experts and was due to be raised for legislation in April. The proposal included jailing people…Continue
In a new take on an old story, more than 250 women in a rural town in South America are withdrawing their partners' conjugal rights until their menfolk take action - to repair a dangerous road.
The new Lysistratas of Barbacoas, near the Pacific coast of Colombia, went on their "Crossed Legs Strike" on Thursday.
And they believe if they carry on with…Continue
Toyrianna is accused of killing him and carrying him around in a BabyBjorn carrier while she went shopping for several hours.
According to prosecutors, though, the baby she…
The robbers walked into Arrow Wine & Liquor on Ave. N in Flatlands at 1:30 p.m. and after holding up the store, took two hostages, according to witnesses. One of the hostages was believed to be the owner. The hostages were eventually freed unharmed.
A Jamaican has been elected to serve on the Inter American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR).
She is Tracy Robinson, a senior lecturer in the faculty of law at the University of the West Indies.
The 1992 Rhodes Scholar was elected…
MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY JUNE 30, 2011
KINGS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY CHARLES J. HYNES
HOSTS CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH…