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Demonstrators have been dug in for days to protest the construction of a major new telescope in Hawaii. And now police have arrested some of the protesters, according to Dan Dennison, a spokesman for Hawaii’s Department of Land and Natural Resources. Demonstrators at the access road to Mauna Kea on Hawaii’s Big Island have been…More
A catastrophic storm may help bring justice to the families of victims of a notorious Florida reform school. On Monday, Dr. Erin Kimmerle, a University of South Florida forensic anthropologist, began an investigation of 27 “anomalies” discovered by an engineering firm hired by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection to help clean-up following Hurricane Michael,…More
A former Louisiana State University student was found guilty of negligent homicide Wednesday in the fraternity hazing death of 18-year-old pledge Maxwell Gruver, the East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office said. Matthew Naquin faces up to five years in prison. His sentencing is scheduled for October 16. Gruver was pronounced dead on September 14, 2017,…More
Parents of children with disabilities often go out of their way to make creative Halloween costumes. This year, they will have the option to buy them at a big-name store. Target’s Hyde and Eek! Boutique has unveiled two Halloween costumes adapted for wheelchair users. The company hopes they’ll help even more children take part in…More
When Wayne Wilson’s friends put a call out for community members to attend his funeral, they were expecting an additional 10 to 15 people to show up. Instead, about 3,000 people turned out on Wednesday afternoon to pay their respects to the Vietnam War veteran, who did not have any surviving family members. Wilson, who…More