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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Hall
The first time officer Monique Hall met Amy Cook, she was in a hospital bed recovering from a suicide attempt.
Children rescued by a sister's email cry for help to a teacher after they allegedly were beaten and tied to their beds, sometimes for weeks at a time, were happy just to be able to pick out their own snacks at the sheriff's department once free, an investigator said.
Greg Maddux and Tony La Russa will not have logos on their Hall of Fame plaques.
Plaques for Tom Glavine and Bobby Cox will have Atlanta Braves logos, and Frank Thomas' will have the logo of the Chicago White Sox.
The road behind Accomack County's North Landfill is muddy and slippery, and Stewart Hall shifts his Toyota pickup into four-wheel drive as a precaution.
Berkshire County's top prosecutor described the torture and killing of three Pittsfield men in his opening statement Monday at the murder trial of a Hells Angels motorcycle club member.
Tourists visiting Washington D.C. will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets if they plan to visit the National Cathedral next year. Beginning in January, the cathedral will charge an admission fee in response to a looming deficit.
With much to celebrate and lament, here's a look at the NFL halfway through the 2013 season.
The Washington National Cathedral, a symbol of unity among faithful Americans, was the site of a politically divisive event promoting gun control on Sunday.
The Very Rev. John R. Hall, a 38-year veteran of Church of England service, was in Washington last month to strengthen ties with the National Cathedral and to cultivate more friends for Westminster Abbey on this side of the Atlantic.
Maybe it's the quirky name of the school, "Gonzaga." Or its pint-sized enrollment of 4,900. Or the fact that employees at one office in its hometown are so gaga over the `Zags, they wore their hair long at work this week as a shout-out to the team's best player, flowing-tressed 7-footer Kelly Olynyk.
Ten years and tens of millions of copies later, "The Da Vinci Code" is on the house.
Five-time Grand Slam singles champion Martina Hingis leads the 2013 class for the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
A sophomore this season, Barry Larkin's son has blossomed into perhaps the best point guard in the Atlantic Coast Conference. He's a major reason the Hurricanes are ranked No. 8 and take a 9-0 league record into Saturday's game against North Carolina.
Hall said one of the other adults is cooperating and told deputies the children were tied up as punishment "because they were stealing food" at the home in Wheelersburg, a town across the Ohio River from Kentucky, about 90 miles south of Columbus in Appalachian country.
The children's stepfather, originally from the Virgin Islands, has denied the accusations and wasn't cooperating with investigators, Hall said.