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Another Cheery Seasonal Item (access required)

And in Bay City, Mich., a 13-year-old attacked a man dressed as an Easter bunny in the center of a shopping mall, where the costume-clad man was waiting to pose for photos with children, authorities said. The man was struck ...

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Hearsay (access required)

And Have a Nice Day…. Leave it to a female bank robber to temper her demand for cash with a polite “thank you” at the end of her stick-up note. Laura Lynn Groce visited a branch of the BB&T Bank ...

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Re-jected! (access required)

Here’s an item that’s part of our relentless efforts to bring you the really useful news that you can use. Particularly, in this instance, if you spend any amount of time in singles bars. Did you know there is now ...

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Notes from Across the Pond (access required)

In a piece of legislation that rocked jolly olde England last year and led the hoi polloi to storm the halls of Parliament for the first time in, well, centuries, our British cousins adopted a ban on fox hunting. Yes, ...

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This Bud's for You (access required)

Remember that Super Bowl commercial a few years ago where the Coke delivery guy gets caught on a surveillance camera reaching for a Pepsi and knocks a whole cooler-full into the aisle? Life imitates art, or at least Super Bowl ...

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Hearsay (access required)

Guess He Wanted Fries With That… Fast-food and convenience store clerks have it rough some days. Like that guy who was assaulted with a hamburger in a convenience store last month. And like the poor clerk up in Pennsylvania who ...

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Hearsay (access required)

Glory Days? Choosing the commonwealth’s judges is serious business, but moments of levity do arise. The Virginia General Assembly’s House and Senate Courts of Justice Committees met jointly in Richmond Dec. 10, to start the reelection process for incumbent judges. ...

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How Would JIRC Handle This One? (access required)

The Judiciary Inquiry & Review Commission generally operates in secrecy. In fact, it made headlines a few weeks ago when it went public with its complaints about an Albemarle County judge. Here’s an item from Romania, where the problems with ...

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