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EFELa segunda tormenta tropical de la temporada de ciclones en el Atlántico, llamada "Bret", se formó hoy a unos 160 kilómetros al noroeste de la isla Gran Abaco (Bahamas), indicó el Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Estados Unidos (CNH). La tormenta tiene...
The Baltimore SunHere's a vision of your vacation: Cheerleaders. In swimsuits. The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders and 98Rock are teaming up again this year for the Spring Fling trip to the Grand Bahama Islands. Fans can join the station's talent and staff, along with the...
Los Angeles TimesIt was a contrite, remorseful Colton Harris-Moore who told a Washington state judge in December how sorry he was for his two-year crime spree as the "Barefoot Bandit." Then he apparently went back to jail and said what he really thought -- and the feds,...
Q13 Fox News OnlineA young man who became known as the "Barefoot Bandit" plead guilty to a number of charges Friday morning. Friday afternoon, a judge sentenced him to serve 84 months in jail and pay his victims back for the damage he caused. While charges were still...
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Christine O'Neill is petrified by sharks. But when she came across a school of them recently, hungry for food, she knew what she had to do. "Facing My Fears I and II" are two paintings that O'Neill created to capture her encounter with the sharks. They'...
A look at some late fall and early winter deals and events in the Mid-Atlantic region. Winter escape. The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort is offering a Winter Escape Package through Feb. 29. Rates for this hotel usually start at around $179, but...
KTLA NewsSEATTLE -- (KTLA) Colton Harris-Moore, dubbed the Barefoot Bandit, has been sentenced by a federal judge to six-and-a-half years in prison for a string of thefts and burglaries. Harris-Moore, received a similar sentence for state crimes last month....
Tags: Lawyers, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges, Trials
The family of Liberty resident Darrell Lapp says that they weren't sure if an honest mistake was going mean four days, four months or four years in a Bahamian jail, but they are glad that he's back home after airport screeners in the Bahamas found an...
Baltimore Sun reporterMohammad Akram Bhatti, the owner of an Edgewater gas station and convenience store, died of cerebral meningitis Nov. 9 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 68 and lived in Crofton. Born in Nabah, India, he moved with family to the Punjab Province in...
Nation NowColton Harris-Moore expected to plead guilty to more than two dozen counts of burglary, theft and other charges...
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