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Iraq War Veteran, Wife Get Mortgage-Free Home, Thanks To Generous Gift

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(CBS) — An Iraq war veteran from Arkansas and his wife received the keys to a newly renovated home in Elk Grove Village on Friday, all for free. 115 more words


Pennsylvania Lawmakers Taking Out Loans To Make Payroll

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives and Senate are now borrowing money amid a four-month budget stalemate that has depleted lawmakers’ reserves and shut off billions of dollars in aid to schools and social services. 103 more words


D.C. Man Arrested in Southern Maryland Bank Robbery

CHARLOTTE HALL, Md. — State police say the suspect in a bank robbery last week in southern Maryland has been arrested in the District of Columbia. 116 more words


Warrant issued for Adams County bank robbery suspect

LITTLESTOWN, Pa.– A warrant has been issued for the arrest of 34-year old Scott Wilber Tilden of Carlisle, Cumberland County. Tilden is wanted in connection with the robbery of the PNC Bank in Littlestown, Adams County on Tuesday. 64 more words


Get a Load Of This Bonnie & Clyde Who Robbed a Bank Then Got Pinched In the McDonald's That's In the Very Same Parking Lot


Police apprehended the man and woman who they said robbed a PNC Bank in Oakley on Monday — but not until the Bonnie and Clyde-esque duo went to McDonald’s and bought a Happy Meal. 596 more words


Former U.S. Surgeon General to share how women can overcome obstacles

Palm Beach State College will present Dr. Antonia Novello, the first woman and first Hispanic to be appointed U.S. Surgeon General, in a talk titled “How Women Can Achieve Success in Spite of Life’s Inequities” from 8 to 9:30 a.m. 357 more words

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