State prosecutors say almost $84,000 had been deposited into her bank account while she was receiving public assistance.
Perhaps Mr. Vestal should have looked at the billboard itself before writing his piece, since it prominently contains the words “Paid for by Fight for the Future.”
Law enforcement officials said one student died while trying to stop the shooter.
Now that the ad went viral, the party planners are demanding Bill Murray be their "dad."
She turned heads, even though she could barely turn hers in the outfit.
"When you play it, play it loud for Mark!"
Dolezal's white-to-black "passing" is the complication of both white guilt and white rage in an era of Affirmative Action.
Rachel Dolezal, the controversial NAACP president who had apparently lied about being black, has resigned from the organization’s Spokane, Washington chapter.
When a Public Hearing Isn't for the Public; Oil Train Hearing in Spokane, WA Leaves Public Frustrated
If this truly was a hearing for Spokane, by Spokane, we most certainly would have seen, and would have been right to expect to see presentations or statements from various response or regulatory agencies in the area who would be responsible if something were to happen in Spokane.
With the gradual acceptance of gay and lesbian couples and the enactment of more and more laws permitting same-sex marriages, are we beginning to see the breakdown of the role of both mothers and fathers in the lives of the family?
You'd be hard-pressed to find another scenario so ripe with risk, uncertainty and horrific examples of failure, while simultaneously unimpeded by regulators or even common sense safety measures.
When it's all risk and no reward, it's all of our responsibility to stand up and protect not just Spokane but the rest of Washington from bad deals on wheels.
According to the Westboro memo, members plan to picket Foley's funeral service on Friday, which will be held at St. Aloysius
Home & Living
When you see the "before," you'll be amazed by the homeowners' vision.
In California, a high school student is scheduled to appear in court on March 28 to enter a plea for sending a fake email