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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Thomas Miller
Premeditation is again the focus at the trial of a Casper man accused of fatally shooting his wife during an argument last year.
The second trial of a Casper man accused of shooting his wife to death after she fled to a neighbor's house is set to begin in Thermopolis on Monday.
A brawl erupted in a Hartford, Conn., diner early Saturday morning after a customer mistook another for suspected killer Aaron Hernandez
Big male crabs fetch the highest prices, but when it comes to ensuring the Chesapeake Bay will continue to produce those No. 1 males, researchers are increasingly paying attention to how many females are harvested.
Mr. Miller said the report is only a recommendation for state officials in Maryland and Virginia, but he feels there will be a lot of pressure to follow the science.
Mr. Miller said high water temperatures push crabs into deeper water, making them harder to catch, but the season still has a long way to go, noting most crabs are caught after mid-August.