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Topic - Richard Jones
Less than two months after his daughter was killed on a film set in southeast Georgia, Richard Jones grapples with waves of unexpected grief, such as a day last week when a riverside walk at home in South Carolina took him past a railroad bridge.
A southwestern Ohio sheriff is warning residents of a telephone scam where scammers pose as a sheriff's deputy or an IRS agent.
Certain immigrants can't be held in detention without a chance at a bond hearing, a federal judge ruled late Tuesday.
A federal judge sentences "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore to 6 1/2 years in prison for his infamous two-year, international crime spree of break-ins, and boat and plane thefts that ended in 2010.
The Bavarian State Opera steered clear of controversy with a popular new production of Offenbach's "The Tales of Hoffmann." But two nights after its run ended, the company made up for it, reviving Calixto Bieito's radical reimagining of Beethoven's "Fidelio."
"Most of it is due to the drugs we purchase," Dr. Richard Jones, a rheumatologist, told the Tuscaloosa News (http://bit.ly/1iJg80k). "The cost of the drug is ascribed to the physician, but that's not what the physician makes."
"The train came and I lost it," Jones said, tearing up at the painfully fresh memory. "It just hits and it's hard to say when it's going to come."