The sharpening struggle over Egypt's future Up until then, all of the leading figures of the Morsi government had been coming out with very aggressive statements--we're the majority, we won the elections, we'll show you ... who had too narrow a view of advancing the Brotherhood's interests, but ... 12/11/2012 - 6:21 pm | View Link
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The state has filed assault charges against a man shot by police in the Bennington Police Department lobby after he refused to drop a knife.
A dispatcher saw Filo had a knife and was making stabbing motions at the friend.
The Bennington Banner reports (http://bit.ly/1l8JOr7 ) that the county attorney has filed two felony counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against Filo.
The U. S Fish and Wildlife Service is getting the money to help maintain and restore the pine barrens, a mix of small trees, grassy areas and sandy soil, much of which has vanished nationwide to development.
A prescribed burn with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has been scheduled for Friday at the pine barrens to help restore the habitat.
With black bear sightings becoming more common throughout North Carolina, wildlife officials want people to be wary to reduce the possibility of a conflict.
In spring, juvenile bears roam beyond their previous home range, while adult bears can roam extensively to find food and mates.
More than 2,200 people who would normally not have access to a dentist are expected to receive free dental work over the next two days a clinic being set up inside Hartford's XL Center.
Bruce Tandy with the Connecticut Mission of Mercy says there are thousands of people in Connecticut who don't qualify for Medicaid, but still can't afford dental services.
Tens of thousands of Asian carp are believed to have died in a 24-hour period in the Cumberland River below Lake Barkley, and state officials are investigating.
Fish and Wildlife's western fisheries district biologist, Paul Rister, says Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley don't appear to be affected by the die-off discovered Wednesday.