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A West Virginia fugitive wanted on drug charges has been arrested in New Mexico.
A man sought in an Arizona double killing in which the victims were run over by a car has been apprehended in Missouri.
A 28-year-old Arizona man wanted in connection with a double-homicide in Tucson has been arrested in Missouri after federal investigators tracked him to a Kansas City hotel.
An eastern Pennsylvania man who spent years on the lam has been ordered held for trial on charges he killed his estranged wife.
A deteriorating retail property that's long been a southern Indiana eyesore is headed to the auction block amid hopes it can attract bidders eager to redevelop the site.
A Cinderella story ends with a fugitive behind bars. A firefighter uses beer to extinguish a blaze. And Texas regulators consider barring hunters from using gasoline to capture rattlesnakes. These are a few of the happenings across Texas in this week's edition of Lone Star Brites:
Disgraced former D.C. Council member Harry Thomas Jr. made a trip back to the District recently — but why the imprisoned lawmaker was in town is something of a mystery.
Prison-bound former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. plans to sell his home in Washington, D.C., to help pay a $750,000 forfeiture judgment — part of his sentence for illegally dipping into his campaign coffers and spending the money on rock 'n' roll memorabilia, furs capes, vacations, TVs and scores of other personal items.
Maryland state police and federal agents used a search warrant in an unrelated criminal investigation to seize the private reporting files of an award-winning former investigative journalist for The Washington Times who had exposed problems in the Homeland Security Department's Federal Air Marshal Service.