Turner’s family was banned from the courtroom Monday because a judge said events posed a threat to witnesses in the case.
The local chapter of the Navy League hosted a luncheon Wednesday to help military children get the education they deserve.
The Bruton soccer team is in the state playoffs for the first time in school history.
No injuries were reported.
Police say a woman was on the beach when wind blew an anchored beach umbrella across the sand, hitting her.
On Wednesday morning, officers gathered at Jim’s Local Market for Coffee with a Cop.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden continues to improve as off season work outs continue.
In the simulation, each of the students encountered an armed man and each of them shot the suspect when confronted.
Officers on scene performed life saving measures until medics arrived. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
LGBT Pride Month is held annually and recognizes the importance of diversity within our society.
According to court filings, the site has more than three million tons of coal ash buried under ground.
The submarine steamed about 41,000 nautical miles during the deployment, which is nearly equal to sailing around the globe twice.
Keqiu Wang wasn’t about to hand over the money when a 19-year-old demanded she open the register.
U.S. State Department spokesman Mark Toner condemned the “horrific terrorist attack” in a statement.
An Albuquerque man who wanted some peace and quiet is now in big trouble.
The officer and the four men shot are all expected to survive.