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A Uintah County man who pleaded guilty and mentally ill to shooting and killing his brother during an argument two years ago has been sentenced to prison.
Craig A. Antonio, 29, of Ballard, was charged in 8th District Court with first-degree felony murder for the April 2015 death of 23-year-old Tyson Macartin Antonio.
In December, the defendant â who, according to court records, has been diagnosed with schizophrenia â entered the guilty and mentally ill plea to a reduced third-degree felony count
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Washington â¢ Rep. Chris Stewart has postponed his planned town hall for tonight after House leaders said they would continue votes on the repeal and replacement of Obamacare into the evening in Washington.
The town hall was initially scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. at Salt Lake Cityâs West High School.
A trustee at a New Jersey college accused of liking racist tweets on Twitter — including one that referred to President Obama as a “monkey” — has resigned. Joseph DiBella, who claimed he was unfairly “tarred” as a bigot when reports on the tweets surfaced in September, resigned in a letter to administrators at the
Several parked vehicles caught fire in Midtown East Friday, officials said. The flames started inside one of the vehicles parked on East 58th Street between First and Second avenues around 9 a.m. and spread to several other cars, officials said. Firefighters brought the blaze under control within about 30 minutes.
Mayor de Blasio on Friday defended cutting short a press conference a day earlier after reporters wouldn’t ask about his proposal to impose a “mansion tax” on high-priced property sales by claiming reporters at the event weren’t interested in his pursuit of affordable housing. The mayor on Thursday refused to answer questions about a midtown
One really cool cat was found prowling the streets of New Jersey this week. The exotic Savannah — a hybrid between a domestic puss and a serval, a large, wild African feline — was discovered Thursday morning in Paterson, CBS reported. “I cannot believe what I see, and I ask her ‘look at this,’ and