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Michigan family marks 3rd anniverary of brother's arrest in Iran

Michigan Radio

Waving signs saying “Free Amir”, a small group in Bay City marked the third anniversary of the arrest of a Flint native in Iran on spying charges. Amir Hekmati's older sister Sarah says her family is still struggling to deal with her brother's predicament.

Beckley man pleads guilty to first-degree murder


CHARLESTON - A Beckley man pleaded guilty to murdering a Kanawha County man whose body was found in Raleigh County last October. Deveron Patterson, 26, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder with mercy in the September 2013 death of Kareem ...

Man arrested after Philip Seymour Hoffman death no longer faces drug sale ...

Entertainment Weekly

Robert Aaron Vineberg, who was arrested in the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman's death in February, no longer faces charges of intention to sell heroin, The New York Times reported. Vineberg, a 58-year-old musician, pleaded guilty to the lesser felony of ...

Woman at Burning Man struck and killed by bus


A Wyoming woman described as having an "adventurous, caring spirit" died at the annual Burning Man festival in northern Nevada early Thursday after she was run over by a bus carrying participants, authorities said. Alicia Louise Cipicchio, 29, of Jackson, ...

Loose feral cat causes Anne Arundel elementary school to close early

Washington Post

A loose feral cat closed an Anne Arundel County elementary school Friday morning. Bob Mosier, a county schools spokesman, said a teacher at Richard Henry Lee Elementary School in Glen Burnie spotted a cat inside her classroom around 7:30 a.m. Mosier ...

Texas abuzz about possible Perry-Cruz 2016 battle

The Seattle Times

After plummeting from prime contender to political punchline three years ago, Gov. Rick Perry has spent months gearing up for a second run. And he's turned his recent indictment on felony abuse-of-power charges into a campaign rallying cry. But even as ...

Rain chances return as we head into the Holiday weekend


WEST MICHIGAN — (August 29, 2014) Rain has moved back into West Michigan after a dry few days and will stick around as we enter the big Labor Day Holiday weekend. Shower and thunderstorm chances increase throughout the day on Friday and will ...

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