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Duo Charged With Murder Of Montrose Woman To Face Judge Today

MONTROSE, CA - Two alleged gang members charged with the murder of a 67-year-old Montrose woman will face a judge Thursday to determine if there's enough evidence to move forward with a trial. Devon T. White, 20, of Lynwood and James Wesley Trotter "Mini Man," 21, of Long Beach each pleaded not guil

PATCH - 2017-11-16 18:11:35

Man in 70s and woman, 19, killed in multi-vehicle crash near Pyramid Lake

A man in his 70s and a 19-year-old woman ware killed Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017, in a crash on the northbound 5 Freeway near the Vista Del Lago off-ramp in the Pyramid Lake area. (Google Maps) PYRAMID LAKE - A man and a woman were killed Wednesday night in a multi-vehicle crash on the northbound 5 Free

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-16 17:50:48

LA Home Prices Drop While Sales Climb

The media price of a Los Angeles home sold last month dropped 4.2 percent from the month before, but home sales, overall are up. LOS ANGELES, CA - The number of single-family homes sold in Los Angeles County moved upward in October, compared to the same month last year, bucking a statewide downward

PATCH - 2017-11-16 21:18:38

'There's... Johnny!': TV Review

Paul Reiser's love letter to 'The Tonight Show' for Hulu has a little too much sugar and nostalgia to be worth the effort. There might not be a show inside Hulu's new period-piece drama, There's... Johnny! that could survive the concept on paper - that a 19-year-old kid from Nebraska moves out to

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - 2017-11-16 23:34:00

Shop Talk: Holiday Celebrations Light Up; Halo Top's Scoop Shop Opens

On Thursday the Segerstrom family and Santa Claus will be at South Coast Plaza for the 6:30 p.m. Christmas tree lighting ceremony at Town Center Park, adjacent to The Westin at 686 Anton Boulevard in Costa Mesa. A 96-foot-tall white fir tree has been decorated with over 94,000 LED and strobe lights

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - 2017-11-16 19:33:00

Verdugo Views: Castle on the hill is steeped in Crescenta Valley history

Even before it was finished, May Briggs Gould's hilltop castle was the talk of the Crescenta Valley. And it still is. Around the end of 1891, after months of construction, Gould and her husband, Eugene, moved in to their Spanish-inspired home; they called it "The Castle." "They never called it Gould

LA TIMES - 2017-11-17 01:35:00

Photos: LAUSD contract bargaining rally outside of Monroe Highs School

UTLA members and others hold signs as they march along Nordhoff St.outside of Monroe High School in North Hills, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. The event was held in support of LAUSD contract bargaining. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) UTLA members and others hold signs as they marc

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 02:00:22

Burbank police honor slain officer

Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka had only been on the job for less than a year when he was shot and killed during a routine stop in 2003. Wednesday was the 14-year anniversary of his slaying and the Burbank Police Department marked the occasion with a special memorial ceremony in front of the

LA TIMES - 2017-11-17 01:35:00

Missing Grapeland man, 70, found Sunday

An elderly Grapeland man who disappeared last Friday was found, alive and well, on Sunday, following a manhunt involving a half-dozen state and local agencies, and dozens of volunteers. Frank Roth, 70, was rescued just before 11 a.m. on Sunday. He was on the ground, tangled in heavy briars. When fou

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS

Local weekend events and activities

Here is a listing of local events for the weekend of Nov. 16 - 19. Thursday, Nov. 16 All day - Pineywoods Autumn Trail Each autumn in Athens and Palestine, the picturesque landscape transforms to vibrant colors as leaves begin to turn throughout the East Texas woodlands. Contact the City of Athens

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-16 02:29:00

Adopt-a-Grandparent expands to Anderson County

One woman is on a mission to see Christmas cheer spread to all homebound Meals on Wheels recipients. With the help of the public, Adopt A Grandparent will provide Christmas gifts for the 239 Meals on Wheels recipients in Anderson County this year. "It is our greatest hope, through Adopt-a-Grandparen

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-16 02:17:00

Social media plays bigger role in local crime fighting

The Palestine Police Department has turned to social media to ask the public for help in apprehending a suspect. "Two arrested, one sought in Southside burglary spree," Tuesday's post on the PPD's Facebook page read. Underneath was a color photograph of suspect Bridgette Hood. Hood, 25, is wanted in

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 01:04:00

Following threats, Minton to pack at council meetings

A sign with this language would be needed at council meetings to not allow guns at Palestine City Hall. The council would need to pass an ordinance to allow this to occur. After online moderator Ricky Minton started posting comments, about two weeks ago, concerning Councilman Mitchell Jordan's recor

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 01:06:00

Outdoors: Giant salvinia now infests Lake Fork

Giant salvinia continues to spread throughout the lakes of East Texas, and recently it was spotted a three locations on Lake Fork - which is serving as the site of a pair of high school fishing tournaments in November.Texas Parks and Wildlife Department AUSTIN - The Texas Parks and Wildlife Departme

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 03:24:00

Stockings for soldiers, veterans

To spread holiday cheer to veterans locally and abroad, Rhone Funeral Home is joining more than 800 Veterans & Family Memorial Care funeral home providers nationwide for the ninth annual VFMC Christmas Stocking for Soldiers. "Providing our heroes with good tiding and holiday cheer is a great way for

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-17 01:08:00

Council retains lock box mandate

Palestine City Council members on Tuesday gave the city fire marshall a green light to continue mandating lock boxes for all businesses. The cost to business owners: $300 to $500 each. Council members skipped a chance to make the boxes optional. Councilman Doug Smith argued business owners would be

PALESTINE HERALD-PRESS - 2017-11-15 23:25:00

Pullman hopes to have new city hall ready in 18 months after bond passes

PULLMAN - The doors to Pullman's new city hall could swing open as early as 18 months from now. With the recent passing of Proposition No. 1, a 20-year bond not to exceed $10.5 million will fund the purchase of the Encounter Ministries property on the 100 block of Southeast Crestview Street ($3.5 mi

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Vote totals push Pullman bonds to passage

PULLMAN - Pullman officials say two bond proposals on the November ballot have been approved after updated vote counts on Tuesday pushed voter turnout above the 40 percent level. Mayor Glenn Johnson and City Supervisor Adam Lincoln made the announcement at Tuesday's Pullman City Council meeting. Sta

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE

Pullman bonds pass, vote validated

Two Pullman bond elections were declared valid Tuesday by just 68 votes, according to county elections officials. Although voters were strongly in favor of the bonds that would allow a new city hall and improve parks and paths, there was a question whether enough votes would be cast to validate the

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS

Haug: Bad information creates cancer on society

Climate scientist and former journalist Peter Haug says "fake news" is nothing new, and with the proliferation of accessible information today, it's up to the reader to decide what to believe. Haug spoke on the topic Thursday during a Brown Bag Luncheon hosted by the Pullman chapter of the League of

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:00:00