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Topic - Mark Davis
Passenger and freight trains are being rerouted from Colorado through Wyoming after a series of rockslides west of the Moffat Tunnel buried railroad tracks for nearly two miles, including one rockslide that was 10 feet deep.
Federal regulators have ordered Union Pacific to reinstate an injured Nebraska worker and pay $85,000 in damages.
Bernard Lagat set the American 5,000-meter road record Sunday by clocking 13 minutes, 19 seconds in the Carlsbad 5000.
The mayor of New Jersey's capital city was removed from office by a judge Wednesday, 19 days after a jury found him guilty of corruption as part of a government sting.
The train passes by, much too slowly for those of us stuck at the train crossing.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The mayor of New Jersey's capital city agreed to sell a piece of downtown land at less than half its value in exchange for thousands of dollars in bribes, a government prosecutor contended in opening statements Thursday in the trial of the mayor and his brother, a local football coach.
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — Coach Dennis Allen will be part of the reconstruction of the Oakland Raiders after spending his first two years overseeing the deconstruction.
Deceased actor Sherman Hemsley's longtime friend can proceed with his burial and running his estate, a Texas judge ruled Friday over the objections of his half-brother from Philadelphia.
The Internet is a boundless universe of information and connections that fuels the economy, enhances world culture and fosters democracy. But it also is home to digital assassins who lurk undetected and lob verbal, visual and technological grenades to ruin reputations - and enlist others via social media to achieve their evil ends more quickly.
Reggie McKenzie made clear on his first day as Raiders general manager that there's a new regime in Oakland.
Raiders owner Mark Davis has said he doesn't want to be a renter in the 49ers' facility, which is now fitted with red seats and posters of past and present San Francisco greats.
Davis said the closures are affecting about a dozen freight trains and two Amtrak passenger trains a day.