A top former Pennsylvania House Democrat serving prison sentences for corruption may be a free man soon.
Veon, the former House Democratic whip from Beaver County, was found guilty in 2010 of using taxpayer resources for political campaigns and sentenced to six to 14 years in prison.
At about 2 p.m. Monday, 30-year Aaron Quinn called police to report that his girlfriend was abducted from their San Francisco Bay area home in the pre-dawn hours.
Hours after Huskins' called her father, Vallejo police revealed they found no proof of a kidnapping and believed it was a hoax.
Quinn's delay in contacting authorities aroused suspicion, police spokesman Kenny Park said.
On Tuesday, while Huskins was still missing, the San Francisco Chronicle received an email from an anonymous person claiming to be holding her.
According to the newspaper, the person wrote that Huskins would be returned safely the next day.
The email included an audio file of a woman identifying herself as Denise Huskins, who mentioned Tuesday's airliner crash in the French Alps to verify she was alive.
 a mystery is the origin of the email and audio recording sent to the Chronicle.
Freshman Judd Peterson scored at 8:11 of overtime to give St. Cloud State a 3-2 victory over Michigan Tech on Friday in the West Regional semifinals in the NCAA hockey tournament.
The win capped a comeback in the final minute of regulation and continued St. Cloud's surprising postseason run.
In 2013, an exploding rocket took Abdul's right leg, while Shah Bibi lost her right arm and eye when she picked up a grenade.
Austin, then an Army civil affairs officer and now a surgical nurse in Virginia, worked with the nonprofit Children of War Foundation to fly them to Southern California for care.
13 candidates file for Mississippi congressional race
(AP) — Thirteen people have qualified to run for an open congressional seat in north Mississippi.
— Sam Adcock of Columbus, who has worked for Airbus Helicopters and has been a defense and security adviser to former Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss.
— Nancy Collins of Tupelo, a state senator who has worked as a nurse and is founding president of Sanctuary Hospice House.