A Huron woman who stole from two local churches has been ordered to pay damages and restitution to both congregations.
11:36 PM Apr 1, 2012
11:23 PM Apr 1, 2012
Maryland lottery officials announced early Saturday that their state sold what could become the world's largest lottery payout of all-time, but it wasn't immediately clear if that ticket holder would get sole possession of the $640 million jackpot or have to split it with other winners.
11:20 PM Apr 1, 2012
While New York regulators have spent four years mulling the environmental impacts of shale gas development, the potential human health impacts have been given short shrift, according to health advocates.
9:00 AM Apr 1, 2012
The city's 2012 budget puts spending in the red by $353,000, with most of the deficit spending going to the police department. City commissioners approved the budget March 26 after briefly discussing it. Manpower increases for the police department account for more than one-third of the increase, despite a recommendation last year that the department is overstaffed.
8:13 AM Apr 1, 2012
The Mega Millions winners - at least three of them - stayed out of sight. The losers, who could number 100 million, had plenty to say Saturday about losing out on the world's largest-ever lottery jackpot and their dashed dreams of colossal wealth.
6:00 AM Apr 1, 2012
They're young. They're smart. They're black. And they found a cause worth fighting for in last month's death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
4:16 PM Mar 31, 2012
From afar, their chant was vaguely perceivable: "No justice, no peace ... No justice, no peace.'
4:13 PM Mar 31, 2012