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March 1 is the NBA deadline to get the arena deal done. The plan would create an estimated 4,000 jobs, and bring $7 billion to the economy, not to mention the millions that would be lost every month, if not every week if the Kings leave. No deal, and...
Four East Haven cops arrested by the feds for brutality, racial profiling and attempted cover ups. Police chief trying to retire. Mayor says he might buy tacos for dinner to help the Latino community, but won't resign. More grand jury indictments are...
Tags: Laws, Trials, Police Arrests, The New York Times, Racism
RICHMOND – Women would have to undergo an ultrasound and be offered the results of that procedure before they receive an abortion in Virginia under a bill approved Thursday by the Senate Education and Health Committee. As a part of the state's...
pix11.com | @wpixNew York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly issued an apology Wednesday night for the NYPD's airing of a controversial film on Muslim extremism. The 71 minute movie, called "The Third Jihad," was actually played in a waiting room at the training...
@MarioPIX11 | @AndrewJRamos | @jeremy_tannerCalls for embattled East Haven Mayor Joe Maturo to resign continued Thursday, days after he made racially-insensitive remarks to PIX 11 News cameras where he proposed having "tacos" as a form of outreach to the Latino community. The explosive comments...
East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo issued an apology Wednesday a day after he made derogatory and racially insensitive comments to PIX 11 News in wake of the arrests of 4 police officers accused of harassing members of the local Latino community. In an...
Tags: Social Issues, East Haven, Local Government, FBI, WPIX
The Hartford CourantMayor Joseph Maturo insisted he would not resign on Thursday, even while an immigration reform group brought hundreds of tacos to his office in response to his comment this week that he "might have tacos" to support the Latino community. A swarm of media...
Four East Haven cops, including the president of the town’s police union, have been arrested on charges of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and civil rights violation as part of a major federal racial profiling investigation. The indictments come...
Tags: Laws, Racism, Justice System, Police Investigations, Prosecution
Battlefield Bible Church, Pastor Brian Colbert will speak on humility Sunday. Christ, Cocoa and Cookies event from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren, the children will lead the 10 a.m. service and present the Christmas...
Viola V. Miller, born Feb. 11, 1915, daughter of the late John H. and Pauline A. Vivion passed away on Dec. 22, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Miller, the former chief of police in Mount Sterling, and sons, Kenneth E. Miller and...
In a globalized age, Chinese and American pop culture mix in unexpected ways. Taiwanese singers borrow from hip-hop and R&B. Locked-out NBA players join mainland basketball teams. And Batman — or, at least, the man who plays him — is called...
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