Jurors heard opening arguments this week in the murder trial of defendant Donald McQuade, who is accused of killing 16-year-old Shelley Connolly in 1978.

O’Connor was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1981. She retired in 2006.

The suit is the second in a month targeting the district.


The snowpack protects the little rodents from any number of predators lurking above.

The versatile comedian became the ultimate showman. But Billy Crystal was never putting on an act. On Sunday, he’ll receive the Kennedy Center Honors.

Malichita and Rudy brand whole cantaloupes were recalled, as were precut cantaloupe products at stores including Kroger.

The books for teens may be temporarily relabeled “adult fiction” while librarians wait for direction from city officials in light of new legal questions.

Sultan al-Jaber is president of the U.N. Conference of Parties talks and also CEO of the United Arab Emirates’ national oil company.

David Eastman and Christopher Kurka were accused of allowing an anti-abortion activist to improperly use their Capitol offices.

A dozen parties have intervened, including the AARP and the chair of the Alaska Permanent Fund board of trustees, who is arguing as a residential ratepayer concerned about the utility’s financial practices.

Caleb Leyland is the third defendant in the murder of teenager Cynthia Hoffman to reach a plea agreement.

Most of the Assembly changes were passed with a supermajority of eight or more votes — the number needed to override mayoral vetoes.

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