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U.S. Cases Where Kids Are Accused of Killing KidsIn Missouri, a 15-year-old girl plead guilty in the 2009 death of a young neighbor, she wrote about it in her diary.
DEA Agent, Worker Charged With Running Strip Club on the SlyA supervisory agent and a telecommunications specialist for the Drug Enforcement Administration were arrested Wednesday on charges they were running a strip club in New Jersey on the sly.
Budget Travel Tips For Atlantic CityRead on for budget travel tips for entertainment, travel, dining and lodging on the Jersey shore at Atlantic City
Yogi Berra's New Jersey Home Up For SaleSt. Louis native & Baseball Hall of Famer is asking $888,000.
Overnight America Podcast: January 31st, 2013 - Chris Hrabe, Ed Bark, Dave White, Jeff Klein, Brandon Lang, Cheffy Baby
Keidel: Super Bowl-ing On The BoulevardEverything is larger in New York, and Super Bowl Boulevard is no exception. It has the obscene, fun-house distortion you expect when a party is thrown in Times Square.
Sex Trafficking Not Limited to the City Hosting the Super BowlOfficials in New Jersey are trying to sideline sex traffickers at the Super Bowl. A St. Louis meeting planner says it's what needs to happen at every big convention or event across the country.
Washington University Law Dean Named Syrcause ChancellorThe university announces Thursday that Kent D. Syverud was selected as Syracuse's 12th chancellor and president in a unanimous vote Wednesday afternoon by the college's board of trustees.
Illinois May Score Well In Government Integrity IndexIllinois has improved in terms of honest government since Rod Blagojevich took office 10 years ago, whether or not the state is any better run.
Big Winners Share Lessons, Risks of Powerball WinPast winners of mega-lottery drawings and financial planners have some more sound advice: Stick to a budget, invest wisely, learn to say no and be prepared to lose friends.
Overnight America: November 28th, 2012 - Niall Stanage, Scott Malchus
Merck Agrees To $220M Settlement Of Missouri Vioxx SuitMerck removed Vioxx from the market in 2004 after evidence showed it doubled the risk of heart attack and stroke.
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