The weekend passes without a grand jury decision in the police killing of Michael Brown.
Marion Barry: A wily survivor leaves the stage
There is no middle ground in judging four-time Washington mayor Marion Barry, who died Sunday at the age of 78. For many whites, Barry was a politician addicted to alcohol, drugs and power. Meanwhile, most African-Americans in D.C. enshrined him as a strong leader who shared their struggles and overcame the odds; regardless of his personal failings, they embraced him as their own. Yet he failed to improve the lives of the poor Washingtonians who revered him.
Buffalo residents ready for possible evacuations
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Families rushed to pack up their valuables and schools closed in advance — not of snow but possible flooding.
Grand jury expected to resume Ferguson police shooting deliberations
By Daniel Wallis and Ellen Wulfhorst FERGUSON, Mo. (Reuters) - A St. Louis-area grand jury was expected on Monday to resume deliberations over whether to bring charges against a white policeman who shot and killed a black teenager in a case that has triggered months of demonstrations and set the city on edge. With no one knowing how long that process might yet run, residents are anxious and shop fronts are boarded up in fear of unrest, while students in one school district began an extended early Thanksgiving break. The Aug. ...
U.S. Army base in Texas lifts lockdown after suspicious vehicle found
By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - A brief lockdown at a U.S Army base in San Antonio was lifted after officials detained a man on Sunday in what a military spokesman described as a "high-security incident," while adding there was no threat. One person remained under arrest at Fort Sam Houston after a suspicious vehicle was found in the middle of the post, spokesman Alex Delgado said. "There were no other passengers in the vehicle and emergency personnel report no other individuals are suspected of being involved," Delgado said. The base is the home of the U.S. ...
Crews rescue two women in Chicago apartment collapse
(Reuters) - Search-and-rescue crews pulled two women and a dog from the rubble of a collapsed Chicago apartment building on Sunday night and were searching for more victims, fire officials said. The women, one in her 70s and another believed to be a young adult, were taken to hospital while about 100 fire personnel searched for others, Deputy District Chief Jeff Lyle of the Chicago Fire Department said. Fire officials believe there are no more trapped victims but are continuing their search to make sure, Lyle said. "We have a three-story residential building that pancaked," Lyle said. ...
Counting Crows @ Louisville Palace Wed, December 10
Trans-Siberian Orchestra @ Rupp Arena Thursday, December 11
John Mellencamp @ Louisville Palace Friday, Jan 23
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