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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Juan Rodriguez
A jury has sentenced a Forsyth County man to the death penalty for killing his wife in 2010 after she told him she was leaving him.
Two men and a woman have been arrested in Vermont on charges of trafficking $15,000 worth of heroin and possession of cocaine and marijuana following a traffic stop.
An eastern Idaho boys basketball coach suspended after hitting a player in the back of the head with a basketball says he should return to the team because what happened was an accident.
Rodriguez says he hopes to be back coaching the team later this week.
Sho-Ban High School coach Juan Rodriguez tells the Idaho State Journal (http://bit.ly/1ggI679) in a story on Sunday that the incident occurred during a practice at the beginning of the season.