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TV News Crew Tried Sneaking Fake Explosives Through Newark Airport Security, Arrested

Seven members of a cable television network were arrested Thursday after they tried to sneak through a security checkpoint at the Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, with a fake explosive device, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials said. A law enforcement officia


Man Arrested and Charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Brain Session of East Orange has been arrested on charges related to a kidnapping and sexual assault that occurred in Morristown on January 18, said police. Morristown Police Officers responded to an apartment building on a report of sexual assault. According to authorities, an adul

TAPINTO.NET - 2018-01-20 21:46:00

Newark Airport's AirTrain to shut down for repairs

Newark Airport's AirTrain will shut down for repairs starting Saturday night Maintenance will begin at 10 p.m. and last until 7 a.m. Sunday. In the meantime the Port Authority will provide free shuttle buses between Newark's terminals and parking lots. The Port Authority is advising travelers to tak

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-01-20 17:29:59

Man tasered, bound, assaulted woman during break-in, authorities say

A man, who police say was behind a string of burglaries in Morristown over the last two months, allegedly robbed and sexually assaulted a woman who had come home during a break-in on Thursday, authorities said. Brian Session, 47, of East Orange, was arrested Friday and faces a slew of charges that

NJ.COM - 2018-01-20 20:55:07

More than 1,000 turn out to Westfield Women's March to protest Trump

WESTFIELD - Pink hats dotted the streets of this Union County town as more than 1,000 people turned out for a Women's March event on Saturday to protest President Donald Trump. This was the second annual Women's March in Westfield and was conducted in solidarity with other Women's Marches across the

ASBURY PARK PRESS - 2018-01-20 18:15:16

O.C. deputies seize $3.6M worth of coke in traffic stop, arrest 2

TOWN OF NEWBURGH - Orange County sheriff's deputies, patrolling early Saturday in the town, pulled a tractor trailer over, and a search of the trailer turned up a sack containing 10 kilograms of cocaine, with an estimated street value of $3.6 million, the Sheriff's Office said. Two Texas men were ar

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-20 17:19:26

Linden Sam's Club closes, displacing 200 workers

"It is with great saddest (sic) that we are losing one of our box clubs in the area as well as the displacement of so many employees," Mayor Derek Armstead said in a statement. "To address this issue we will be sponsoring a job fair Jan. 22, through our Linden First employment program along with Sam

UNIONNEWSDAILY.COM - 2018-01-20 19:37:10

Principal allegedly mocks student teacher, who is a dwarf, in 'LOL' text

Parents, teachers and officials at a New Jersey school district are struggling with allegations that an elementary school principal texted her co-worker a photo of a student-teacher who is a dwarf with the caption "lol." Thursday, more than a hundred parents attended a school district meeting in Sou

NJ.COM - 2018-01-19 16:25:44

Krueger trial opens in Huron courtroom

HURON - Keith Houck was lured to the rural Huron farm of Kevin Krueger in late May 2016 with the promise he would be paid money that had been owed to him for some time, evidence presented by the prosecution indicated on the first day of Krueger's first-degree murder trial. Beadle County State's Atto


South Dakota high school basketball scores for Jan. 15

Here are the SDHSAA basketball scores from across South Dakota for Jan. 16. Dell Rapids 76, Garretson 36 Great Plains Lutheran 53, Waverly-South Shore 39 Harrisburg 63, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 53 Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 52, Chamberlain 48 Standing Rock, N.D. 83, Mobridge-Pollock 66 Dakota Valley Confere


Miller church to host construction fundraiser

MILLER - An effort to raise funds for a new Parish Center at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Miller is entering its final phase, and members of the building committee hope that a fundraiser set for Jan. 28 may put them over the top. "We're calling it St. Ann's Souper Sunday Celebration," said committee

PLAINSMAN - 2018-01-20 18:17:26

Wednesday need-to-know: 5 stories

2. Per a unanimous Mitchell City Council decision, the former Jitters building is going to be demolished. 3. Charges have been filed against a man who managed a Delmont apartment complex in connection with a 2016 fire. 4. The Mitchell girls beat rival Huron on Tuesday, but the boys team lost in a


School district ponders earlier start

HURON - For the first time in many years, the Huron Public School district will consider a school calendar that features classes that begin before Labor Day. "We have utilized what is basically the same calendar every year for the past four years, since the advent of Splash Central Water Park, and t


School to play host to more than 350 students in 68th annual Speech Fiesta

A more than 60-year-old debate staple will be making its way again to Watertown High School this Friday and Saturday. Come tomorrow afternoon, the D.D. Miller Auditorium and the high school will be filled with more than 350 students from nearly 30 schools - some perhaps coming from neighboring state


Light snow today; wind chill advisory through Tues.

Light snow is expected today, along with dangerous wind chills tonight according to the National Weather Service. Winds will increase today and could create patchy blowing snow. The main concern will be the wind chills overnight through Tuesday morning. Sunday Becoming windy with snow showers. High


Painting prowess: Local artist's work gives flare to new gym

EMERY - For months, Cherie Ramsdell spent her Friday nights in the Bridgewater-Emery School District's new gymnasium. She wasn't catching a game, but instead was completing one of the largest projects in her artistic career: a mural. Using small, figure-eight strokes, Ramsdell painted all night long


The woman killed Friday night while crossing a street in Tacoma has been identified | The News Tribune

A woman killed on Friday night while crossing Sixth Avenue in Tacoma has been identified by the Pierce County Medical Examiner. Susan Lee, 69, of Tacoma was struck about 7 p.m. on Sixth Avenue near Pearl Street while crossing the road and was taken to a hospital. She was pronounced dead at about 7:3

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 18:57:00

This poacher got busted with 1,088 sea urchins. Their sex organs sell for $100 per pound

Sea urchins - those spiny creatures beach goers carefully avoid stepping on - are a hot commodity. Sometimes too hot. A sea urchin poacher was caught Jan. 7 when he pulled into Tacoma's Breakwater Marina, just east of Point Defiance Park. Officer Jake Greshock with the state Fish and Wildlife Depa

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-21 16:00:00

The tragic loss of 5-year-old Scarlet: 'I didn't even know flu killed people'

TACOMA, Wash. - Losing a child to the flu is not something most parents think about when their kids get sick, but with this year's dominant strain proving to be extremely dangerous, it's becoming a real concern. Pictures of 5-year-old Scarlet lay on the dining table of her Tacoma home. "Her giggle,

Q13FOX.COM - 2018-01-20 06:39:24

Sex offender registrations in Pierce County

The following convicted sex offenders have recently registered to live in Pierce County. Each is categorized as a Level 3 sex offender - those considered most likely to commit similar crimes. None is wanted by law enforcement officers at this time. All convicted sex offenders registered to live in T

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 16:00:00