NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A company building a crude oil pipeline in Louisiana asked a federal appeals court Tuesday for an order that would allow it to immediately resume construction work in an environmentally fragile swamp.
Police: man stole cash, credit cards from grieving family
VERNON, Conn. (AP) — Police say a man stole credit cards and cash from a Vernon family grieving the loss of a relative.
Miguel Estrada faces larceny, narcotics possession and two counts of interfering with police.
Police say that on Thursday evening, the 44-year-old accompanied a friend to the home of a family that had lost a close family member earlier that day.
Donna church holds town hall for the 24 candidates running for school board
DONNA — Community members had the opportunity to ask 24 candidates running for their school board anything Thursday during a town hall meeting hosted by Templo La Hermosa, but not even 30 of the more than 300 chairs set up were filled. On the stage, more than half of the chairs were also empty.
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