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Tribune reporterAn unemployed bricklayer with a history of driving offenses was charged this afternoon with fleeing in his father’s truck after striking four Lake County, Ind., correctional officers out for a jog on Tuesday, killing one. Jason R. Cozmanoff, 42, of...
Tags: Injuries and Wounds, Prosecution, Human Interest, Health, Trials
Tribune staff and wire servicesBrady Street stood directly in the path of the deadly tornado that tore through Harrisburg before dawn. The roaring twister destroyed seven of the 10 duplexes on the small street, leaving behind piles of splintered lumber, torn insulation and totaled...
FOX 17 News ProducerA 26 year old woman from Grand Haven Township was taken to the hospital with a broken arm this afternoon after the car she was driving crashed into the back of a Freightliner truck along U.S. 31 in Ottawa County. The accident happened around 2:40 p.m. in...
Tribune reporterA Frankfort teen on probation for reckless driving whose request to attend the Grammy Awards was denied this week by a judge who noted his apology letters hadn’t been sent said today he was “deeply sorry” and he’d given the letters...
Two infants suffered broken legs in unrelated assaults that occurred in Antrim Township over a six-month period, Pennsylvania State Police said Wednesday. In the first incident, which occurred May 6, a Greencastle man was charged with simple assault...
Q13 FOX News reporterSeattle Police Chief John Diaz apologized Wednesday to Tim Nelson, who was ridiculed by police officers after he was hit by a semi-trailer truck while jogging to work. The comments of police officers responding to the accident Oct. 24 were picked up...
An unemployed bricklayer was charged Friday with fleeing in his father's truck after allegedly striking four Lake County, Ind., correctional officers out for a jog on Tuesday, killing one. Jason R. Cozmanoff, 42, of Crown Point, Ind., turned himself in...
Tags: Injuries and Wounds, Health
It was a gymnastics meet, but not the we love your business and are giving you a bunch of medals for just showing up kind of a day. No, it was a meet where a serious participant could grow up to be an Olympic Champion. The special gymnast that I was there...
When Forrest Ericksen's relatives spoke about his snowmobile accident, they would say "Dr. Watson this, Dr. Watson that." Ericksen, 18, had been in a coma and could not remember the physician who led the surgical team that saved his life. But he wanted...
The Kent County Sheriff's Department is investigating a possible drunk driving accident north of Grand Rapids in Plainfield Township that sent six people to the hospital, including four children. Police say Mitchel Keizer, 25, from Rockford, was...
Mary Spriestersbach sends us this followup about her mom, who was burned out of her house last week: Virginia Lance (2919 N. Lake Ave., Altadena) who lost her home on Aug. 28 is doing well and living with her daughter, Mary Spriestersbach, up the...
Tags: Injuries and Wounds, Health
Brig. Gen. Raymond J. Winkel Jr., a retired career Army officer and a Vietnam War veteran who was chairman of the physics department at West Point for more than two decades, died Aug. 30 of cancer at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in...
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