Expert: Rhinos extinct in Mozambique Mozambique's rhinoceros population was wiped out more than a century ago by big game hunters. Reconstituted several years ago, it has again been driven to extinction, or to the brink of extinction, by poachers seeking their horns for sale in Asia.... More
World War II veteran retires from police volunteer program On Wednesday, Barber, 89, thanked his friends on the police force and said it was time for him to move on ... Reflecting on his time of service, Barber was hesitant to share much about his history - including his military service. Born in Muncie, Barber ... 01/15/2015 - 4:05 am | View Link
World War II veteran retires from police volunteer program On Wednesday, Barber, 89, thanked his friends on the police force and said it was time for him to move on ... Reflecting on his time of service, Barber was hesitant to share much about his history — including his military service. 01/15/2015 - 1:52 am | View Link
Wilton Police Chief retires; named Trumbull’s next top cop "It is a tremendous honor to be chosen to lead the Trumbull Police Department as their new chief," Lombardo said Wednesday on his 54th birthday. "As a 23-year Trumbull resident, I take pride in leading the police force ... he retires from our town, and ... 11/26/2014 - 11:43 am | View Link
Massillon Detective Bobby Grizzard retiring after nearly 30 years Page 3 of 5 - Grizzard attended the Medina Police Academy and joined the Massillon Police Department in 1985. He began heading the unit focusing on child abuse and sex crimes in 1994. “I was hesitant at ... on the police force. “Every time I heard ... 07/10/2014 - 9:06 pm | View Link
Massillon Detective Bobby Grizzard retiring after nearly 30 years Detective Bobby Grizzard will speak ... Grizzard attended the Medina Police Academy and joined the Massillon Police Department in 1985. He began heading the unit focusing on child abuse and sex crimes in 1994. “I was hesitant at first,” he said. 07/10/2014 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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Tempe police say a man suspected of fatally shooting his ex-wife's new boyfriend during a dispute has been arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder.
Investigators say 39-year-old Julio Cesar Galindo Hernandez was taken into custody late Saturday night after he turned himself into police officers.
Police say Hernandez went to an apartment early Friday to confront his ex-wife and her new boyfriend.
Hernandez is accused of shooting the other man as his ex-wife had run to call police.
The victim's identity hasn't yet been released.
Police had searched for Hernandez for nearly two days.
A native Eritrean who came to the United States at the age of 12 to escape war and poverty, Keflezighi reacted to the bombings in the same way as many others in his adopted homeland:
Not just the families of the four who died or the 260 others who were wounded, but the people of Boston and runners around the world who were stunned by the attacks on the world's most prestigious road race.
 when the ballclub placed its trophy — with a "Boston Strong" jersey draped over it — on the marathon finish line during the victory parade, Keflezighi had an idea.
At 38, five years removed from his New York Marathon victory and a decade since his Olympic silver medal, Keflezighi was an unlikely candidate to win the race.
 drawing energy from the unprecedented crowds, Keflezighi raced past the sites of the explosions on Boylston Street to break the tape in a personal best time of 2 hours, 8 minutes, 37 seconds.
 Keflezighi received a congratulatory call from President Barack Obama and was invited to the White House for dinner.
Warehouse and distribution center operator Prologis Inc. says it has acquired KTR Capital Partners, which owns more than 300 industrial properties in the U. S.
Prologis uses its warehouses to provide logistics services to customers, helping them manage global supply chains.
A half-dozen students stood outside War Memorial Gymnasium at the University of San Francisco on Sunday morning, gazing through the glass doors to sneak a peak of a 6-foot-10 power forward who has become one of basketball's biggest attractions.
Davis is still trying to make his mark in a place Russell left an impression more than anybody else: the NBA playoffs.
The 22-year-old teammates and coaches call "A.
K. Vargas walked on four pitches.
K. Suzuki was hit by a pitch.
Arcia hit a sacrifice fly to left fielder Brantley, K. Vargas scored.
S. Robinson safe on fielder's choice and J. Ramirez's error, K. Suzuki scored, E. Escobar to second.
Dozier struck out.
R. Perez grounded out, shortstop E. Escobar to first baseman Mauer.