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Everett man to be sentenced for role in plot to behead cops

When the feds push life in prison for convicted terrorist David Daoud Wright tomorrow, the ISIS sympathizer's public defenders want a corrections officer who guarded him in lockup for the past 2 12 years to take his side in the sentencing hearing. The attorneys are asking U.S. District Court Judge W

BOSTON HERALD - 2017-12-18 08:00:00

Woman Hit By Stray Bullets Inside Her Home, Police Search For Suspect

ROXBURY (CBS) - No arrests have been made in connection with a shooting that left a Roxbury mother and wife injured on Saturday night. Kami Hamlet was in the family room of her Dudley Street home when she was hit in the face and neck by stray bullets, her husband told WBZ-TV. Kami Hamlet, Roxbury sh

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-12-17 16:32:01

Woman struck by stray bullets calls on parents to take action

A woman is recovering after she was struck by stray bullets in Boston while sitting in her home. The shooting happened on Dudley Street in Roxbury on Saturday night, hours after a gun buyback program was held in city. Bullets struck the 52-year-old woman in her jaw and her chest, according to the B

WCVB - 2017-12-18 11:57:00

Man Told Police He 'Drank Too Much Rum' After Crash

EASTON (CBS) - A Lawrence man was arrested over the weekend after police said he crashed into a light pole with his daughter in the car and told officers he "drank too much rum." Easton Police said they responded to a car crash at the intersection of Belmont and Washington Streets around 9 p.m. on S

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-12-18 09:59:04

Celtics need to get locked in, Stevens says

The words of warning were issued even during their 22-4 start that included a 16-game winning streak. As the Celtics piled up victories, coach Brad Stevens let it be known there was still plenty of improvement that was needed. The offense got off to a slow start this season while the defense was shu

TAUNTON GAZETTE - 2017-12-18 05:12:55

LETTER: 'Too many wrongs' in condo project

To the editor: I totally agree with Bill Sargent's column in Friday's (Dec. 15) newspaper about the Big Block condo project on Salisbury Beach. There are too many wrongs here to ever have this project be right! And what really makes me upset are the huge advertisements in The Boston Herald preselli

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-18 08:00:00

On a crisis-filled Sunday, Chick-fil-A comes through - The Boston Globe

Chick-fil-A is proud of the fact that it's never open on Sundays. For example, the chain has concession stands at the Falcons' new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Most Falcons games are on Sunday. Chick-fil-A stands are still closed. (In fairness, there are many other events at the stadium not on Sundays.) T

BOSTON GLOBE - 2017-12-18 08:00:00

Sarah Palin's son again arrested on domestic violence charges - The Boston Globe

Charles Rex Argobast/Associated Press/File 2008 Track Palin was also arrested in 2016. ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Court documents say Track Palin, the oldest son of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, has been arrested again on charges related to domestic violence. Track Palin was arraigned Sunday morning

BOSTON GLOBE - 2017-12-18 08:00:00

Keep holiday parties merry, bright with AAA's free Tipsy Tow

For the 28th straight holiday season, AAA Oklahoma is offering free rides home for local drivers who have had too much to drink. Holiday parties peak this weekend. Likewise, the risk increases for driving while intoxicated and causing serious crashes. AAA Oklahoma's Tipsy Tow is available from 6 p.m


RCSO busts Foyil pair in drug sting

A Foyil couple are in custody facing multiple felony charges after a narcotics search warrant was executed in Foyil. Rogers County Sheriff's Office said investigators served a search warrant in reference to narcotics being distributed from a residence on 470 Road. Prior to the warrant being served,

CLAREMORE PROGRESS - 2017-12-18 13:27:00

Owasso teen spends thousands on light display for home

Neptali Torres, an 18-year-old from Owasso, has an addiction to Christmas lights, and each year, it gets worse. (KTUL) Neptali Torres, an 18-year-old from Owasso, has an addiction to Christmas lights, and each year, it gets worse. It all started with a few lights here and there and a fun project to


Parents face desertion, drug charges after 3-year-old boy's disappearance: LPSO

Parents of a 3-year-old boy found wandering a mile from his Independence home Friday afternoon (Dec. 15) have been arrested on charges of child desertion, as well as drug-related charges, Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard said Friday night. Shane Baker, 40, and Sylvia Baker, 37, were booked into t


As FEMA trailer deadline approaches, housing officials target former renters for assistance

LIVINGSTON - As a critical February deadline approaches, housing officials worry that some renters displaced by the August 2016 flood could find themselves homeless. The displaced renters have until the deadline to either move out of temporary housing units provided by the federal government or star


FOUND: Missing Albany toddler found safe

Officials with the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office confirm the missing toddler was found safe Friday afternoon. Officials with the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office confirm the missing toddler was found safe Friday afternoon. It's that time of year again. BREC has stocked a few of its ponds with


GIRLS BASKETBALL | Holden cruises over youthful Hathaway

HOLDEN -- It seemed as though Holden started pressuring Hathaway the moment the teams stepped on the floor. That wasn't good news for the Hornets. Holden jumped out to a commanding first-quarter lead and cruised to a 73-53 win Friday at Holden. KK Kropog led the Lady Rockets (14-0) with 22 points an


LPSO makes 4-year-old honorary deputy for help with Christmas Crusade

The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office made 4-year-old Levi an honorary sheriff's deputy on Friday. Deputies originally met Levi at a Christmas Crusade donation location earlier this year. Levi dressed up as a law enforcement officer and emptied out his piggy bank to help Sheriff Jason Ard buy toys


Parents of missing child in Livingston Parish arrested, Sheriff's Office says

A toddler found wandering from his home in north Livingston Parish is in the state's custody after his parents were arrested on drug and desertion counts, authorities said. Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard said a volunteer helping with the search found the boy nearly a mile from his home Friday a


Former teacher, Boy Scout leader convicted of child pornography, molestation

A former teacher and scout leader was convicted on child pornography and molestation charges spanning over 40 years. A St. Tammany Parish jury found Dennis Mischler, 65, of Covington, guilty of two counts of oral sexual battery, molestation of a juvenile and 54 counts of pornography involving juveni


St. Tammany Project Christmas makes holidays happier for more than 650 families

Santa's elves have nothing on St. Tammany Project Christmas volunteers, who have been hard at work for nearly six months raising awareness and approximately $30,000 to be able to deliver holiday cheer - toys and a Christmas feast - for more than 1,650 children, 30 senior citizens, and 650 families o

NOLA.COM - 2017-12-17 14:03:09

Arlington duo take portrayals of Santa Claus to heart

Around the world, he is known by many names - Kris Kringle, St. Nicholas, Father Christmas and Pre Nol, among them. But for two gentlemen in Arlington, Santa Claus is known, simply, as Ken Sanders and Tim Studstill. Both Sanders and Studstill are among several in the area that portray 'Jolly Ol' St.

ARLINGTONVOICE.COM - 2017-12-18 11:00:00