| April 13 2015 - Bus Stop Rapist Stalked Three Other Women|
Detectives hunting the rapist have found CCTV film of him following the three potential victims in Beeston, Leeds. He spotted his fourth target - a petite teenager - waiting at a bus stop in Beeston Road. Detective Superintendent Nick Wallen, leading the hunt, said: "He had been in Leeds city centre looking for victims - but didn't get what he wanted and moved on. On reaching it she is seen on ...
| April 13 2015 - Councilman takes business owners on tour through north Huntsville|
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Councilman Richard Showers is taking development in the north part of the city into their own hands. “Since you all have never seen north Huntsville, you’re going to get that opportunity today,” he said to about two dozen business owners and investors aboard a charted trolley. He said he is on […]
| April 11 2015 - Smith passed on adventurous spirit to his children|
Vacations were road trips in an old school bus Smith had modified. “It was fun stuff; hunting for fossils, taking us for hikes in Big Bend, he exposed us to a lot of things,” his daughter Marian Cobb said. Running an errand for his mother one evening, Smith was hit by a Model T, suffering multiple injuries, including a broken leg. “Speakeasy owners would pay the cops to leave them alone, and not ...
| April 02 2015 - Manhunt in Virginia comes to conclusion as inmate is apprehended|
FALLS CHURCH, Va., March 31 (UPI) -- A prisoner who escaped from a hospital in Falls Church, Va., was captured Tuesday after an hours-long manhunt. Law enforcement officials apprehended 42-year-old Wossen Assaye around 11:30 a.m. local time as he exited from a Metro bus in southeast Washington, D.C.
| April 02 2015 - Utes Fans Give Team Sweet Sendoff To Texas|
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - The Runnin' Utes are off and runnin' to the Sweet 16. About 60 students and fans and 2 Utah cheerleaders showed up at the Huntsman Center Wednesday afternoon to see them off. With burritos, chicken sandwiches and suitcases in hand the players made the short walk from their locker room to the bus for a 20 minute ride to the airport and a 3 hour flight to Houston. "We ...
| March 28 2015 - Jerice Hunter trial; 911 call played for court|
For the first time, FOX 10 is hearing the 9-1-1 call Jerice Hunter made to report her 5-year-old daughter missing.Hunter is now on trial accused of abusing and killing her daughter.
| March 20 2015 - March Madness Day One: Buzzer beaters and bracket busters|
There were five games decided by one point, and dramatic upsets of third seeds Iowa State out of the South region, and Baylor in the West. With their buzzer-beating 57-56 win over the heavily favored Baylor Bears made possible by Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter’s son R.J. sinking a three-ball launched nearly from half court, the Panthers' coach, who because of an injury was seated on a stool ...
| March 19 2015 - Job hunt gets tough in Calgary|
Before the doors even opened to the job fair at Calgary's Telus Convention Centre on Thursday, already a few hundred people were lined up, resumes in hand. This job fair does not feature any oil and gas companies, but instead has employers from fast food restaurants, meat factories, trucking companies, school bus firms and seniors homes, among others. The job market in Calgary is tight as the ...
| March 18 2015 - Review: An urban myth lives in 'Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter'|
In 2001, a stranger-than-fiction "true story" emerged in local papers about a 28-year-old Japanese woman who flew from Japan to Minnesota and bussed to North Dakota to search for the buried money from Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 film "Fargo." Her dead body was discovered in the snowy wilderness, making the tale even more intriguing.
| March 18 2015 - Review: An urban myth comes to life in the haunting 'Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter'|
In 2001, a stranger-than-fiction "true story" emerged in local papers about a 28-year-old Japanese woman who flew from Japan to Minnesota and bussed to North Dakota to search for the buried money from Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 film "Fargo." Her dead body was discovered in the snowy wilderness, making the tale even more intriguing. As the reports will tell you, Takako Konishi stood out as she ...
| March 16 2015 - Georgia State coach tears Achilles celebrating trip to NCAA tournament|
Georgia State men’s basketball coach Ron Hunter tore the Achilles tendon in his left leg as he jumped off the bench to celebrate the Panthers’ 38-36 win in the finals of the Sun Belt men’s basketball tournament in New Orleans. “On a scale of 1 to 10 I’m at 17,” he said. Hunter said the team doctors would like for him to stay in New Orleans on Sunday, but he said he will ride back on the bus with ...
| March 12 2015 - School bus driver honored for initiative|
South Burlington school bus driver Hunter Eddy worries about the safety of the kids he picks up each morning along his Spear Street route -- especially in those dark winter months, kids waiting for the bus are pretty hard to see. Last summer, he happened to stop by the State Police booth at the Champlain Valley Fair, and picked up a reflective wristband. And then the idea stuck him. Eddy used ...
| February 27 2015 - Community Events Listings, Feb. 27, 2015|
Abingtons/Nicholson Knights event: Knights of Columbus Abington Council 6611 all-you-can-eat breakfast and Easter egg hunt, March 22, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., St. Patrick’s Church hall, Nicholson, $8/adults and $4/12 and under. Dunmore Reunion planning: Dunmore Hig
| February 18 2015 - Cops Hunt For Gunman Who Opened Fire on Bus|
Video has been released of the chilling moment a lone gunman opened fire on a bus in the east area of Kansas City, wounding a teenage girl. Garrett Haake of KSHB reports.
| February 10 2015 - Tour bus for local non-profit group sustains $30K worth of damage|
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Huntsville Police Department is investigating the cause of roughly $30,000 worth of damage to a local bus. The iconic blue tour bus, often seen along Airport Road near the Memorial Parkway in Huntsville, belongs to the non-profit group the Liberty Learning Foundation. It is used as a part of the group’s […]
| February 10 2015 - Tour bus for Liberty Learning Foundation sustains $30K worth of damage|
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Huntsville Police Department is investigating the cause of roughly $30,000 worth of damage to a local tour bus. The iconic blue tour bus, often seen along Airport Road near the Memorial Parkway in Huntsville, belongs to the Liberty Learning Foundation, a non-profit group. It is used as a part of the […]