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_ The winning numbers in Thursday evening's drawing of the California Lottery's "Daily Derby" game were:
1st:1 Gold Rush-2nd:8 Gorgeous George-3rd:6 Whirl Win, Race Time: 1:44.23
(1st: 1 Gold Rush, 2nd: 8 Gorgeous George, 3rd: 6 Whirl Win; Race Time: one: 44.23)
¶ To win the grand prize, ticket-holders must match in exact order the winning race time and the first, second and third place horses.
Testimony at their trial unveiled a pattern of abuse of Erica, who lived with the family in Rowan County until she disappeared in 2011 at age 13.
The Rowan County Sheriff's Office says in a news release that the skeletal remains were found Tuesday and the North Carolina Medical Examiner's Office has positively identified them as Erica Parsons.
The Democrat in the Maricopa County sheriff's race filed a defamation lawsuit Thursday against incumbent Joe Arpaio over a TV ad that claims the challenger assaulted his ex-wife 13 years ago during an argument.
Democrat Paul Penzone denied the allegations made in the commercial that the Republican sheriff started running this week, saying his opponent ran the ad knowing the allegation was false.
City prosecutors in Glendale declined to prosecute either person because there were conflicting accounts without any independent witnesses and no reasonable likelihood of winning convictions.
The challenger said in a campaign video earlier this week that Arpaio apologized to him late last year for running a 2012 ad, but he said the sheriff has since changed course.