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Sewing kit causes scare at Sanford church, police say

SANFORD, Fla. - A sewing kit caused a scare at a Sanford church Sunday morning, police said. Police investigated the sewing kit, which was called in as a suspicious package, at All Souls Catholic Church on West First Street. Read: Boy, 10, dies after getting tangled in park swing Police said they

WFTV - 2017-11-19 15:55:04

Sewing kit causes scare at church in Sanford

An unexpected box at a Sanford church caused a bomb squad response Sunday morning. Shortly before eight o'clock, people at the All Souls Catholic Church on Eighth Street noticed a strange metal box in front of one of the doors to the facility. Police were notified, resulting in multiple units fro

WESH - 2017-11-19 19:40:00

Police investigating suspicious package at Sanford church

SANFORD, Fla. - Police said authorities were investigating a suspicious package at a church in Sanford Sunday morning. The package was reported at All Souls Catholic Church on West First Street just after 10:30 a.m., police said. No other details were immediately available. This is a developing s

CLICK ORLANDO - 2017-11-19 15:48:25

Deltona woman, 19, killed Sunday in rollover crash in DeBary

The Volusia County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a 19-year-old Deltona woman killed Sunday in a rollover crash, an official said. Tori Lynn Otway was traveling in a white 2003 Ford Escape when she crashed in the 400 block of South Shell Road in DeBary, Volusia County sheriff's spoke

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-19 20:49:24

Deltona woman dies after SUV flips over in DeBary, deputies say

DEBARY, Fla. - A 19-year-old Deltona woman was killed when she was ejected from her SUV as it rolled over after failing to make a turn early Sunday, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office said. Read: Pastor protects wife, daughters, shoots home invader Tori Otway died after her 2003 Ford Escape flippe

WFTV - 2017-11-19 19:53:24

Father left sitting in own feces for weeks, son arrested, Apopka police say

An Apopka man was arrested after police said he left his father in a chair in filth for so long his skin began to rot. Apopka police said they were called to a home on Mcgee Avenue by the Fire Department concerning neglect of an elderly man. The Fire Department told police Jerry Wrinkler called them

WESH - 2017-11-18 22:45:00

'We will find you,' Apopka officer says of under-the-influence drivers

APOPKA, Fla. - News 6 got to ride along with an officer of the Apopka Police Department, looking for drivers who were under the influence ahead of the holiday season. After a quick briefing that included multiple agencies, we were on the road with Officer Ashley Eller. "Anything can be a DUI-relat


Crossing guard hit by vehicle in Casselberry

An elementary school crossing guard is recovering after being hit by a car. It happened in front of English Estates Elementary School in Casselberry. Some neighbors say drivers usually don't abide by the 25 mph speed limit. They also say the intersection, located in front of the school, does not fea


Brad Hendrickson nominated as secretary of the Senate

OLYMPIA Brad Hendrickson was unanimously nominated by Democrats to serve as the next secretary of the Senate. Before taking the post, his nomination must still be approved by a majority of the Senate. "I'm excited to return to my old home in the Senate and look forward to serving the institution I'v


Lawsuit: Couple detained after hibiscus mistaken for pot

SARVER, Pa. (AP) -- A Pennsylvania couple is suing the police and an insurance company because they say they were handcuffed for hours in a patrol car after their hibiscus plants were confused for marijuana. Edward and Audrey Cramer say in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that a Nationwide Insurance Co. agen

KIMA TV - 2017-11-19 16:58:23

The real reason why the Yakima Police Department is understaffed

YAKIMA Wash. -- The Yakima Police Department has been understaffed for a couple of years now and some people are concerned that this is affecting the high crime in the city. At a recent public safety forum, community members talked about the violence in Yakima and how they feel like police officers


Mid-Columbia agendas for Nov. 20-24

Franklin County Commission (rescheduled from Wednesday for holiday), 9 a.m., 1016 N. Fourth Ave., Pasco: benefits administration policy, Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association request for administrative "God squad" review of Endangered Species Act and Columbia River salmon protections. Finley S

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2017-11-20 02:19:00

Heritage University awarded $6.3 million dollars to fund student scholarships

Heritage University awarded $6.3 million dollars to fund student scholarships TOPPENISH, Wash.-- Millions of dollars is being given to a local university for student scholarships. The Moccasin Lake Foundation of Seattle awarded Heritage University $6.3 million dollars to fund education. This is the

KIMA TV - 2017-11-19 15:36:28

Deputies looking for suspect in armed robbery

BENTON CITY, WA - Deputies tell us they've identified a person of interest after a robbery at gunpoint. It happened at The Just a Minute Mart on 9th Street in Benton City just before 5:30 Thursday night. The suspect allegedly went into the store with a gun and demanded money. The clerk gave the sus


WSDOT: Don't drive mobile homes on I-82 section due to wind

PROSSER, Wash. - Transportation officials ask that drivers do not hitch mobile homes on a section of I-82 as conditions are windy. An update issued late Friday morning from the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) said the moving of mobile homes is restricted on the interstate from


Yakima investors aim to buy Yakima Speedway, build mixed-use development

After nearly 60 years, the checkered flag is poised to fall for the Yakima Speedway. Ted Pollock, the racetrack's owner of 51 years, is in the process of selling the speedway and the Yakima Ice Rink to a group of Yakima investors which plans a mixed-use development, including a hotel, offices, shops


Allentown leads Middletown South, 1-0, in today's Group 3 state girls' soccer final at Kean University

Marin Hartshorn connected in the first half to hand Allentown High School a 1-0 lead over Middletown High School South today in the NJSIAA Group 3 state girls' soccer tournament championship game at Kean University in Union. The game is now in the second half. Photos Submit Your News Featured E

PACKET ONLINE - 2017-11-18 21:18:14

New Jersey's first Thanksgiving? The Bayshore legend of Penelope Stout

The 17th century settler's fascinating story is shrouded in mystery, but it still resonates for many people. Should it be taught in schools? Forget about the pilgrims in Plymouth. The Jersey Shore has its own Thanksgiving story, and it's astounding. It's also shrouded in mystery. Here is a quick ver

ASBURY PARK PRESS - 2017-11-20 10:00:08

Great Mysteries of Art and Literature, Explained

What is the Mona Lisa thinking? (fifteen-hundreds) Enigmatic happiness is the best happiness. A flattering portrait of a wealthy merchant's wife-a bit mercenario, Leonardo, no? I don't mind the name "La Gioconda," but "jocund" puts ten pounds on your midsection. Thanking God that Leonardo did no

THE NEW YORKER - 2017-11-19 12:00:00

Coast Guard rescues 4 from boat unworthy for ocean

KEANSBURG - A crew from U.S. Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook rescued four men stranded off of Keansburg aboard a 22-foot boat that shouldn't have been on the ocean. "This type of boat was designed to be operated on lakes, not the ocean," said Petty Officer 3rd Class Jennifer Smith, a crewmember at S

ASBURY PARK PRESS - 2017-11-20 00:16:22