BellinghamHerald
·
veooz 360°
views 0

Summary LYNDEN -- A flash fire on a roof left three workers in Lynden with first- and second-degree burns Friday, Oct. 31, when a roofing torch ignited glue fumes, sparking a fireball. A fourth man on the roof, a foreman, had singed hair on his face and singed lips, but he declined to go to the hospital, Barr said.

Washington Post
·
veooz 360°
views 0

Summary By Matt Zapotosky and Moriah Balingit October 31 at 7:46 PM Follow @mattzap. The decision by the Virginia Supreme Court exonerates a Purcellville mother of three who was convicted of misdemeanor charges for her children's tardiness, and it ensures that -- unless legislators act to change the law -- bringing children to school late will no longer be a crime on its own in the state.

MiamiHerald
·
veooz 360°
views 0

Summary I would like to respond to Jeb Bush's op-ed, Charlie Crist stood in the way of Everglades restoration from Oct. 24. Jeb Bush is clearly letting his party affiliation cloud his judgment because nobody that pays attention to the environment in Florida could ever seriously believe that Charlie Crist could possibly do a worse job protecting the environment than Rick Scott.

The Star
·
veooz 360°
views 1

Summary PETALING JAYA: An international arbitral tribunal has decided that the Malaysia-Singapore joint venture company, M+S Pte Ltd, need not pay a development charge on the three parcels of former KTM Bhd land in the island republic.

Prev
Top
Next Next