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Woman denied food stamps kills self, shoots children

Jim Forsyth Yahoo! Canada 07.12.2011
Woman denied food stamps kills self, shoots children

A woman in the border city of Laredo, Texas who was angry because she had been denied food stamps killed herself and shot and critically wounded her two children late on Monday, authorities said on Tuesday.

Fake Italian organic food sold around Europe: police

Fake organic products from Italy have been sold around Europe, Italian police said on Tuesday as they announced the results of an inquiry that has led to seven arrests and the seizure of 2,500 tons of food.

74-Year-Old College Teacher Charged With Running Meth Lab

A 74-year-old professor who has lectured at Boston schools for two decades has been charged with running a methamphetamine lab.

Woman Accused Of Leaving Dead Friend’s Body Under Christmas Presents

Police say a York County woman admitted to killing a 67-year-old family friend in Florida and leaving the woman’s body underneath a pile of Christmas presents in her own home.

Robbing Ultimate Fighting Expert Proves To Be Bad Decision

Robbing a man who turned out to be an ultimate fighter proved to be a bad decision for a convicted felon, who is now in bad shape as he is held on bond.

FAA head arrested for drunk driving

Weekly Standard 06.12.2011
FAA head arrested for drunk driving

Randy Babbitt, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration, was arrested Saturday for drunk driving. He was "spotted driving on the wrong side of Old Lee Highway, according to the arresting officer," the Washington Post reports. Babbitt was ar...

Norway massacre: Breivik declared insane

Psychiatrists assessing self-confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik have concluded that he is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia.

Police Say Burglary Suspect Made Himself At Home

A Sacramento man apparently made himself at home for the holidays Sunday in a Sonoma County residence, a county sheriff’s sergeant said.

Utah Professor Charged With Watching Child Porn On Flight To Boston

A professor at the University of Utah pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he viewed child pornography on his laptop during a flight from Salt Lake City to Boston.

3 Facing Prison Time In $1M Toilet Paper Scam

A South Florida trio is facing up to two decades in prison after they were allegedly involved in a $1 million toilet paper scam in Palm Beach County.

Woman accused of pepper-spraying Walmart shoppers surrenders

A woman suspected of dousing fellow Walmart shoppers with pepper spray during a Black Friday eve bargain frenzy in suburban Los Angeles has turned herself in to authorities, police said on Saturday.

Devastated hunter kills himself moments after accidentally shooting his friend dead

A hunter who accidentally shot and killed his friend was so devastated he turned his rifle on himself, police believe.

Deaf Man Held on Noise Complaint for 25 Days Because County Didn't Have Interpreter

A lawsuit claims Adams County authorities detained a deaf man for 25 days in jail without providing a sign-language interpreter before domestic assault charges were eventually dropped.

Cops at the scene of a shooting outside of a Wal-Mart in San Leandro, Calif. on Black Friday.

Black Friday took an ugly turn at a Los Angeles Wal-Mart when a female shopper -desperate to get her hands on discounted electronics-pepper sprayed a crowd to keep them away from the merchandise she wanted.

Pakistani woman suspected of killing, cooking husband

A Pakistani woman is being held on suspicion of killing her husband, cutting him up and trying to cook the pieces, Karachi police said Friday.

Australian tourist, 14, gets 2 months for buying drugs in Bali

An Australian teen was sentenced to two months in detention Friday for buying drugs while vacationing with family on Indonesia's resort island of Bali.

8th OUI Charge For Man With Lifetime License Suspension

An East Boston man with seven previous OUI arrests and a lifetime license suspension is behind bars after being charged for an eight time with driving drunk.

26 bodies found in western Mexico

Authorities found 26 bodies Thursday inside three abandoned vehicles in Guadalajara, Mexico, an official said.

FBI arrests 7 in Amish haircut attacks in Ohio

JOHN SEEWER and THOMAS J. SHEERAN Yahoo! News 25.11.2011
FBI arrests 7 in Amish haircut attacks in Ohio

The leader of a breakaway Amish group allowed the beatings of those who disobeyed him, made some members sleep in a chicken coop and had sexual relations with married women to "cleanse them," federal authorities said Wednesday as they charged him ...

Mexican troops find $15 million in car!

Mexican soldiers hit the jackpot when they carried out a surprise search of a car in the unruly border town of Tijuana and found $15 million plus jewels and drugs stashed inside.

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