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Topic - Andrew Johnson
State media groups are helping to find photos for 230 Wisconsin soldiers who died during the Vietnam War.
The Minneapolis City Council has voted to step up enforcement of a decades-old ordinance that bans restaurants and other businesses from using polystyrene containers.
A northern New Jersey man who made images and videos of child sexual abuse available online is now headed to federal prison.
A city of Minneapolis plan to make available its databases to the public could lead to new cellphone apps, and help make city government more efficient.
An 18-year-old man who fatally stabbed his Oregon grandmother with a kitchen knife has been sentenced to life in prison.
Andrew Johnson may have to go back to court if he wants Wyoming to compensate him for the 23 years he wrongfully spent behind bars.
Federal prosecutors say a northern New Jersey man has admitted he made images and videos of child sexual abuse available online.
David O. Stewart's proven dexterity in handling detail, suspense and melodrama in matters of state are again present here.
City Council member Andrew Johnson said the move could mean that the white foam containers could be out of the city's waste stream for good.
The recyclable bin requirement is another that has been long overlooked, Johnson said.