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  • In this Sunday's Books: 'Death to the Dictator!' by Afsaneh Moqadam

    In this Sunday's Books: 'Death to the Dictator!' by Afsaneh Moqadam
    Death to the Dictator! A Young Man Casts a Vote in Iran's 2009 Election and Pays a Devastating Price Afsaneh Moqadam Sarah Crichton Books/Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 150 pp., $22 After a botched election last year decried as fraudulent by the opposition,...
  • 3-year-old attacked by family dog

    A three-year-old boy was attacked by a dog while at his grandparents home in the Center Grove area. Debbra Compton told sheriff's deputies her grandson was bitten by her doberman. According to reports, the child was bitten on the right side of his face...
  • Obama Still Target on NJ Boardwalk, Now With Bag On His Head

    Obama Still Target on NJ Boardwalk, Now With Bag On His Head
    Arcade game operators on the boardwalk made famous by MTV's "The Jersey Shore" say they're scrambling to remove a crude caricature of President Obama that sparked accusations of racism. Steve Whalen and his brother Tommy wrapped the figure's head in a...
  • Authorities investigate underage lifeguard hazing

    An investigation was under way Wednesday into an alleged hazing incident in which four underage Imperial Beach lifeguards were photographed drunk in sexually suggestive poses. Imperial Beach city officials hired two independent investigators to look at...
  • Inflammatory ink: Law enforcement takes advantage of suspects' tattoos

    Inflammatory ink: Law enforcement takes advantage of suspects' tattoos
    The two photos of John Allen Ditullio are a sharp contrast: There's the man donning red jail scrubs with a large swastika on his neck, barbed wire inked down his face, and a long, scraggly goatee. Then, there's the man in the blue dress shirt with a...
  • Orlando police K-9 unit: 'Hardest-working unit' sometimes pushed to limit

    Orlando police K-9 unit: 'Hardest-working unit' sometimes pushed to limit
    Officer Hobie's legs gave out and he collapsed on the clinic's water-soaked floor. His partner, Officer Tim Stanley, crouched beside him, stroking his head as the medical team rushed in and out of the small room with ice packs, wet towels and alcohol to...
  • Unmasking Melasma

    Unmasking Melasma
    It’s called the mask of pregnancy, or Melasma, and it’s a common skin condition that affects millions of women. So who’s at risk? Doctors say pregnant women, sun worshippers, women taking hormones and birth control pills, and women...
  • Police: Father Puts Baby Boy in Freezer While High on Meth

    Police: Father Puts Baby Boy in Freezer While High on Meth
    CHANDLER, AZ -- A father is facing child abuse charges after allegedly putting his 7-month-old son in the freezer. Police say Chance Kracke admitted he was high on meth when he put the boy freezer. Kracke told police he was holding his son when he...
  • Mesa Musings: Lucky to be so loved

    On a couple of occasions I've mentioned in this space that I have Parkinson's disease. I was diagnosed nearly five years ago. Parkinson's is a brain disorder that manifests itself when certain nerve cells die or become impaired. The cells produce...
  • 3 Kids Abducted by Biological Mother Found Safe

    3 Kids Abducted by Biological Mother Found Safe
    LOS ANGELES -- Three young children taken by their biological mother have been found safe in South Los Angeles, according to police. Oshea Jackson, 39, lost custody of her children in Arkansas after a court found she was incapable of caring for them....
  • South Sumter's Jamarco McKinnon looks to be ok after spending night in hospital with neck injury

    It looks like South Sumter defensive back Jamarco McKinnon will be OK following a stay at Tampa General Hospital on Friday night after a scary injury in South Sumter's loss to Miramar Everglades. He was expected to be released from the hospital...
  • Storm One Win Away From Second World Championship

    Storm One Win Away From Second World Championship
    League MVP Lauren Jackson scored 26 points, Swin Cash added 19 and the Seattle Storm moved one game away from their second WNBA title with an 87-84 win over the Atlanta Dream in Game 2 of the finals on Tuesday night. Seattle improved to 21-0 at home this...