Thousands flock to 'weeping' Mary in Israel JERUSALEM (AP) — Hundreds of people have flocked to a small town in northern Israel to view a statue of the Virgin Mary that residents say “weeps” oil. Members of a Christian family from Tarshiha, near the Lebanon border, say they have witnessed a ... 02/12/2014 - 4:17 am | View Link
Thousands flock to 'weeping' Mary statue in Israel A statue of the Virgin Mary that locals say is weeping oily tears has attracted ‘thousands’ of believers to a small apartment in Israel. Osama and Amira Khoury say 2,000 people have turned up at their apartment in Tarsiha, near the Lebanon border ... 02/12/2014 - 12:05 am | View Link
‘Weeping’ Virgin Mary: thousands flock to statue 'crying oil' Osama and Amira Khoury say 2,000 people have turned up at their apartment in Tarsiha, near the Lebanon border, since they first witnessed the “miracle” in their living room. Mrs Khory says the statue – which still has an oily gleam - spoke to her ... 02/11/2014 - 11:05 pm | View Link
Thousands flock to 'weeping' Virgin Mary statue in Israel Hundreds of people have flocked to a small town in northern Israel to view a statue of the Virgin Mary that residents say "weeps" oil. Members of a Christian family from Tarshiha, near the Lebanon border, say they have witnessed a miracle in their living room. 02/11/2014 - 7:36 pm | View Link
Thousands Flock To 'Weeping' Mary Statue In Israel Members of a Christian family from Tarshiha, near the Lebanon border, say they have witnessed a miracle in their living room. Osama Khoury said Tuesday that his wife Amira found the statue "covered with oil" recently. Amira said the statue "spoke to her ... 02/11/2014 - 11:38 am | View Link
Thousands flock to town north of Lebanon border to see ... Parts of the statue appear to be slick with moisture, even after it is wiped off. Christian worshipers pray next to a statue of the Virgin Mary, that ... 07/29/2014 - 8:48 pm | View Website
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Weeping Statues, Paintings Weeping Statues. A weeping statue is a statue which has been claimed to be shedding tears or weeping by supernatural means. Statues weeping tears of a substance which ... 07/29/2014 - 4:09 pm | View Website
The Blessed Virgin's, Mother Mary's Rosary for World Peace, Mother Mary's Rosaries for World Peace. Catholic Action called for one million Rosaries to be given on Saturday 10/13/01, fulfilling Our Lady's request at Fatima for ... 07/29/2014 - 1:46 pm | View Website
Police have arrested a 26-year-old man accused of stealing a garbage truck in Boulder and leading officers on a slow-speed chase.
Kobel says officers placed "stop sticks" on the highway and followed Morkert at about 30 mph until he exited and crashed over a median in Broomfield.
A Seattle police officer has been reassigned after a review found he wrote about 80 percent of marijuana tickets issued in the city during the first half of 2014.
Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole said Wednesday on the department website that the unidentified officer issued 66 of 83 citations for public pot use in Seattle.
Corey Kluber had three-hitter to outpitch Felix Hernandez for his first career shutout, Yan Gomes had a two-run double and the Cleveland Indians beat the Seattle Mariners 2-0 on Wednesday night.
The matchup between two of the top pitchers in the American League lived up to its billing.
Hernandez (11-3) didn't allow a base runner until Carlos Santana drew a leadoff walk in the fifth.
 baseman Robinson Cano ranged far to his left to field the ball, but Hernandez didn't cover first base, and Swisher beat Cano to the bag with a head-first dive.
Mariners right-hander Chris Young (9-6) takes on Indians righty Zach McAllister (3-6) in the three-game series finale Thursday.
The bill makes other changes to state gun laws including creating a Web-based portal within the state Executive Office of Public Safety to allow real-time background checks in private gun sales, stiffening penalties for some gun-based crimes and calling for the creation of a firearms trafficking unit within the State Police.
The bill also mandates that Massachusetts join the National Instant Background Check System, which requires the state to transmit information about substance abuse or mental health commitments to a federal database for use by police in reviewing firearms applications.
The legislation also requires schools have access to two-way communication devices with police and fire departments and mandates school districts provide two hours of suicide awareness and prevention training to school personnel every three years .
A Texas-based group that had been embroiled in a legal fight over the use of drones in its searches for missing persons resumed using the unmanned aircraft on Wednesday, the first time it had done so after a favorable appeals court ruling earlier this month.
The drone is being used to search an area overrun by tall grass and vegetation behind a motel in Livingston — located about 70 miles northeast of Houston — where the missing man's truck was found on Tuesday.
The group had stopped using drones in its searches in February after it received what it described as an order in an email from the Federal Aviation Administration prohibiting the nonprofit organization from using the unmanned aircraft.
Gene Robinson, who operated the drone on Wednesday and whose nonprofit RP Flight Systems Inc.
The bill would also make it easier to purchase pepper sprays, provide up to 15 days of employment leave for victims, and increase privacy protections for victims by prohibiting information about domestic violence arrests from being included in daily public police records and logs.