Police say at least four people have been stabbed inside a Pittsburgh Target store, and a suspect has been arrested. Officers were called to the store in the East Liberty section of the city shortly after 5:30 p.m. Monday. Police say four or five people were injured, but the extent of the injuries isn’t immediately clear. KDKA-TV reports that some victims were stabbed multiple times, but none of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening. A man was arrested at the scene. Continue Reading
A judge has decided that just one jury will hear all charges against a U.S. Army general charged with sexual misconduct. The Fayetteville Observer reports (http://bit.ly/14jYCvG ) that lawyers for Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair said Monday they wanted to separate a trial over an alleged physical relationship he had with one woman from the charges of inappropriate, but non-physical, relationships he is accused of having with several other women. The lawyers said the jury might be overwhelmed. But a judge ruled the jury of all generals was highly educated and likely to follow instructions. Continue Reading
The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting that a magnitude-6.2 earthquake has struck near Guatemala City. Guatemalan authorities had no immediate reports of damage. The USGS said Monday that the earthquake was located 3 miles (6 kilometers) northwest of San Jose Pinula and had a depth of 200 kilometers (124 miles). Via: Fox News Continue Reading
Police say a driver who may have been under the influence of alcohol or drugs struck four pedestrians crossing a street Monday, killing two and critically injuring two others — a woman and the infant she was carrying. “This is obviously a very tragic situation,” said Seattle Police Deputy Chief Nick Metz. “It’s not very normal that we have this level of folks who are victimized in this way.” The accident happened shortly after 4 p.m. in a residential neighborhood in north Seattle. Seattle police spokesman Jeff Kappel said the driver of the vehicle, a 50-year-old Seattle man, was in custody and under investigation for possibly driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Continue Reading
THIS YEAR’S N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT HAS PROVIDED MANY UPSETS, AND NOW FOUR SURPRISES ARE PART OF THE SWEET 16…
FLORIDA GULF COAST (15), LA SALLE (13) AND OREGON (12) ARE DOUBLE-DIGIT SEEDS THAT HAVE ADVANCED TO THE SWEET 16, WHILE WICHITA STATE (9) IS ALSO HOPING TO MAKE A RUN TO THE FINAL FOUR IN ATLANTA.
THERE STILL ARE SOME TRADITIONAL POWERS IN THE MIX HOWEVER… LOUISVILLE, DUKE, KANSAS, MICHIGAN, MICHIGAN STATE, FLORIDA, INDIANA, MARQUETTE, OHIO STATE AND SYRACUSE ARE ALL FORMER NATIONAL CHAMPS HOPING TO CLAIM ANOTHER TITLE FROM A TOP-SEED POSITION. Continue Reading
Died Thursday March 21st Where Great River Hospice House West Burlington
Son Terry (Lisa) Saldeen
Son William (Sally) Saldeen
Son Bob Saldeen
Son Scott Saldeen
Daughter Sheri (Brain) Landstrom
7 Grandchildren 1 Great-Grandchildren
Sister Joann (Pat) Mitchell
Sister Susan (Bill) Johnson
Brother Josh (Myrna) Saldeen
Brother Danny Saldeen
Brother Jeff Saldeen
Family will receive friends One hour prior to the time of service
A Celebration of Life Service will be at 10:30AM Fri March 29th at Lunning Chapel.
James Rexford Anderson Age: 43 resident of: Burlington, Iowa
Died:Thursday, March 21, 2013
Where: Henry County Health Center, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
Survivors: He is survived by Dee Ann Fields who he shared his life with; two nephews that he raised and loved with Dee Ann, David Newland and Taylor Newland of Burlington; his mother, Mia (Tom) McIntyre of Ft. Madison; one sister, Marlene (Scott) Kadera of Marion, Iowa; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services:Funeral services for Jim Anderson will be held in Prugh’s Chapel on Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Shane McCampbell will officiate. Continue Reading
THE IOWA STATE CYCLONES AND ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAMS ARE OUT OF THE NCAA TOURNAMENT… BUT NOT BEFORE BOTH TEAMS GAVE A PAIR OF TWO SEEDS TOUGH FIGHTS.
THE CYCLONES CAME BACK FROM 13 POINTS DOWN TO TIE OHIO STATE LATE IN SUNDAY’S GAME, BUT THEN BUCKEYES POINT GUARD AARON CRAFT HIT A THREE-POINTER WITH A HALF-SECOND TO GO TO BEAT IOWA STATE 78-75…
A POINT GUARD ALSO HELPED TO DEFEAT ILLINOIS SUNDAY… MIAMI POINT MAN SHANE LARKIN DRILLED A THREE-POINTER WITH A MINUTE LEFT TO GIVE THE HURRICANES THE LEAD FOR GOOD AGAINST THE ILLINI… Continue Reading
Some residents in Newtown, Conn., say they’re outraged at receiving robocalls from the National Rifle Association only three months after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. Town residents say the automated calls from the NRA began last week and urge people to tell their state legislators to oppose gun control proposals. Lawmakers are debating whether to ban military-style assault weapons, prohibit high-capacity ammunition magazines and other measures in response to the school shootings. Dan O’Donnell lives in the Sandy Hook section of Newtown and told WVIT-TV that the robocalls are “ridiculous and insensitive.” Messages seeking comment were left with the NRA, which like other nonprofit groups is allowed to make robocalls under federal law. Continue Reading
A defense expert who diagnosed Jodi Arias with post-traumatic stress disorder and amnesia returns to the witness stand for a sixth day of testimony. Arias faces a possible death sentence if convicted of first-degree murder in the 2008 killing of Travis Alexander in his suburban Phoenix home. Authorities say she planned the attack on her lover. Arias initially told authorities she had nothing to do with it then blamed it on masked intruders. She later said it was self-defense. Continue Reading