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Jeffrey Sanchez claims that the sexual relations were consensual and is being falsely accused ...
Edgardo Fournier pleaded guilty to lighting a marijuana growing site; he was sentenced to six years and 10 months in prison ...
The state's case questioned more than $325,000 in spending between 2007 and 2012; designer sunglasses and genital enlargement devise among the items. ...
With the different financing options, it is important to know where the department wants to be at the end of the payment schedule. ...
City officials voted 6-1 to contract fire services, which would save $7 to $10 million, to help the city's bankruptcy exit plan survive ...
It would make it easier to attract and retain volunteers who might be discouraged from joining if they lived outside municipal limits ...
Andrew Gruenberg, 26, is charged in the death of 32-year-old Forest Service hotshot Michael Kelly ...
The ordinance includes a $300 fine and 30 days in jail for failing to comply with the run-card rule. ...
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21, stood with his hands folded upon learning his fate, decided after 14 hours of deliberations over three days. ...
The employees sued the vehicle manufacturer after losing their jobs early last year; they settled the case for $671,000 ...
It will ban four chemical fire retardants that some fear are responsible for a dramatic rise of cancer in firefighters ...
Justices unanimously decided to overturn an 18-month-old law saying it left the promise of pensions 'diminished or impaired.' ...
Tom Tidwell estimated that the agency's cost of fighting wildfires this year would be in the range of $800 million to $1.7 billion ...
Citing the impacts of budget cuts, the union asked Ikea to forego an 11-year tax break the city used to lure the company. ...
State lawmakers gave preliminary approval for stricter storage requirements for the highly flammable ammonium nitrate. ...
The tougher standards to reduce fire and explosion won't fully take effect until 2020. ...
Judge Richard Gama said the state didn't have a duty to protect private property owners when the state's Forestry Division managed the fire ...
The county maintains that because some firefighters are paid, they are not volunteers. ...
The frequent flyers were calling on average two times per month; that is down to 0.28 times per month. ...
A proposed law to regulate hayrides after a fatal crash last year has officials considering which agency is best trained to enforce it. ...