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Also, an alleged burglar dons an elaborate disguise to fool police.
Also, a football star gets busted on robbery charges.
Runners are being encouraged to bring as little as possible with them this year.
The Lions jumped out to an early lead and never looked back against the Chargers.
Authorities say Daryl Turner and his wife, Robyn Bernstein, took their customers for hundreds of thousands of dollars in a wide-ranging scheme.
Those aluminum cans in your recycling bin add up to more than you might first think.
A teen barricaded himself inside a home on Burnham Lane Sunday.
Following an attack on the Boston Marathon finish, Mayor Michael Nutter vows to step up security for the May 5 race.
$440 million in economic development spending is under scrutiny.
The technical schools will offer students the chance to get on the path to careers in police, fire and emergency services.
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