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  • Funeral arrangements made for 22-year-old State Fair victim

    Funeral arrangements made for 22-year-old State Fair victim
    Funeral arrangements have been made for 22-year-old Jenny Haskell, who died last Friday from injuries sustained in the Indiana State Fair tragedy.   Haskell was the sixth victim to be killed after the stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair’s...
  • Funeral Services Set For Lancaster County Soldier

    Funeral Services Set For Lancaster County Soldier
    Funeral arrangements and services are set for Cpl. Eric Torbert Jr., who will be laid to rest Tuesday in Lancaster. The U.S. Marine is a 2003 graduate of Penn Manor High School. Torbert died Sunday while serving in Afghanistan. He was a combat engineer...
  • More Alleged Victims of Funeral Home Stepping Forward

    More Alleged Victims of Funeral Home Stepping Forward
    A metro funeral home that is already in trouble with state regulators is facing new accusations from another family that has stepped forward to say the ashes they were given were not those of their loved one. Earlier this week, the Missouri Board of...
  • 12/26: Deaths in Central Florida

    Lake RUPERT WITTE, 82, Leesburg, died Saturday. Page-Theus Funeral Home, Leesburg. Orange PLEASANT T. COLE, 89, Orlando, died Friday. Tri-County Cremation and Funeral Home, Longwood. COLIN MICHAEL GRAY, 66, Ocoee, died Friday. Ocoee Family Funeral and...
  • Funeral Arrangements for Retired Deputy Superintendent Anthony "Tony" Cannatella

    Funeral Arrangements for Retired Deputy Superintendent Anthony "Tony" Cannatella
    The funeral arrangements for Retired Deputy Superintendent Anthony “Tony” Cannatella have been made and are open to the public.  The arrangements are as follows: The Visitation is on Friday, January 7, 2010, from 8:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M., at...
  • Judge Allows Troubled Funeral Home to Stay Open for Now

    Judge Allows Troubled Funeral Home to Stay Open for Now
    A Kansas City, Missouri, funeral director who had his license revoked last month, and has since been found to still be in violation of state regulations, will be allowed to stay in business for at least one more week, a Jackson County judge ruled on...
  • Crowded morgue had to double-bunk bodies

    The head of the Cook County medical examiner's office says it was forced to store bodies two to a cooler tray for a short time. Medical Examiner Nancy Jones says a confluence of circumstances caused overcrowding, including a spike in deaths during the...
  • 5/17: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard THELMA KIRCHHEINER, 88, Rockledge, died Thursday. Newcomer Family Funeral Home, Titusville. EUNICE FAYE MALLARD, 70, Cocoa, died Monday. Grissom Funeral Home & Crematory, Kissimmee. Lake M. STUART BAUMGARTNER, 87, Tavares, died Friday. Allen...
  • J. Cameron Lawrence: Sanford veterinarian loved helping animals

    A lifelong love of animals made James Cameron Lawrence's work as a veterinarian both a career and a lifestyle choice. Lawrence, who went by his middle name rather than his first, opened an animal hospital in Sanford in 1960; worked for more than 50...
  • Well-Known West Michigan Auto Mogul Passes Away

    Well-Known West Michigan Auto Mogul Passes Away
    Known to nearly everyone as "Red", Marion "Red" Betten passed away Thursday, May 26. His passing comes after a brief struggle with lung cancer. Red was known throughout the community for his automotive entriprises, having been in the West Michigan auto...
  • Family Calls Father "Hero," Dying after Saving his Son

    Family Calls Father "Hero," Dying after Saving his Son
    Friends and family of a 24 year old Grand Rapids man are calling him a hero, who sacrificed his own life to save his son on Rose Lake in Osceola County over the weekend. The Osceola County Sheriff Department says Matthew VanderMolen was in a boat with...
  • Monks Challenge The State In Federal Court

    Monks Challenge The State In Federal Court
    They're a group known for their simplistic, peaceful lifestyle, yet today they were at federal court taking on the state. WGNO's Vanessa Bolano has been following this one for months. The fate of the St Joseph Abbey Woodworks now lies in the hands of a...