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Friday | via KXII-TV Sherman
Officers arrested 45-year-old Paul Darnell in the 2200 block of Briarwood after receiving a report that a homeless man living in the woods nearby was talking to kids in the neighborhood. Police found drugs on Darnell and an outstanding arrest warrant for assault. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE: 'I have no family,' says Karl Lagerfeld. But his secret American SISTER who he hasn't seen in 45 years keeps all his news clippings and his favorite Diet Coke in the cupboard in the hopes he will drop by Double Olympic gold-medalist Shannon Miller's ex-husband is arrested after bomb disposal experts discover cache of dangerous chemicals as hundreds are evacuated from homes in Canada 'There are no endings, only beginnings': Final words of triple murderer executed in Texas who'd always maintained his innocence in two of the killings Warning alarms in doomed AirAsia jet were 'screaming' as the pilots desperately tried to stabilise the plane before it plunged into the ocean, investigators reveal Parents share tragic suicide note of Ivy League track star, 19, who jumped to her death from a parking garage and left gifts for friends and family members nearby The Cosby show's ... (more) Comment?
Monday Jan 19 | via KXII-TV Sherman
The Lamar County Crime Stoppers are looking for three people they say crashed into a Paris hardware with a stolen vehicle, and took off. It happened in the early morning hours of January 16th at Swaims Hardware, in the 200 block of SW 1st Street. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via NEWS.com.au
TANZANIA has banned witchdoctors to try to stem a surge in murders of albinos, whose body parts are sold for witchcraft. IN an ominous statement, Indonesia has revealed how two Australians on death row from the Bali Nine drug smuggling ring will be executed together. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 14 | via KDWN
Parisians lined up Wednesday to empty the newsstands of the first issue of Charlie Hebdo, a week after Islamic extremists attacked the satirical newspaper's office, and French justice officials began cracking down by arresting dozens of people who glorified terrorism or made racist or anti-Semitic remarks. The editors of the publication again put a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad on the cover, and it quickly sold out by early morning around the capital and elsewhere, with long lines and scuffles at kiosks. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 14 | via LBC 97.3
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has sold out around France within hours of appearing for the first time since Islamist gunmen massacred 12 people at its offices. The front cover of the magazine once again depicts the Prophet Mohammed, this time tearfully holding a sign that says "Je suis Charlie," the slogan taken up by supporters since last week's attack. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 14 | via Click2Houston
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula claimed responsibility Wednesday for last week's deadly attack at France's Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper. AQAP commander Nasr Ibn Ali al-Ansi made the announcement in a video, with pictures of the two gunmen -- Said and Cherif Kouachi -- in the background And according to the video, Anwar al-Awlaki masterminded the attack before his death in 2011. Comment?
Monday Jan 12 | via EParis Extra
Officers observed two small puncture wounds to the victims shoulder. Comment?
Friday Jan 9 | via NEWS.com.au
A SECOND shootout is happening at a kosher grocery in eastern Paris with reports suggesting that a gunman has as many as five hostages. IT'S been a tough week for Prince Andrew, with the palace forced to deny - not once but three times - child sex allegations. Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via KXXV-TV Waco
The Connecticut Supreme Court is hearing arguments on whether the state can force a 17-year-old girl with cancer to undergo chemotherapy. The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that state officials aren't violating the rights of a 17-year-old girl by forcing her to undergo cancer chemotherapy she doesn't want. Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via KTRH-AM Houston
One of three suspects being hunted in the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack in Paris has turned himself in to authorities more than 100 miles away near the border with Belgium, authorities in France say. A police spokeswoman says Hamyd Mourad, 18, went to a police station, "introduced himself, and was put in custody," reports the New York Times . Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via Daily Kos
Fusillade au sud de Paris: les deux blessA s dans un A tat critique pic.twitter.com/pr9COYw8EG #AFP Paris: A man wearing a bullet-proof vest fired on police officers with an automatic rifle at Montrougue near Paris on Thursday, seriously injuring one of them, a police source said. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve is rushing to the scene of the incident near Porte de Chatillon, south of Paris, which happened just a day after two gunmen killed 12 people in an apparent Islamist attack on satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via Click2Houston
Police have arrested several people in connection with the shooting at the offices of France's Charlie Hebdo magazine, but the hunt is still on for the two men who carried out Europe's deadliest terror attack in more than three years. Brothers Cherif Kouachi, 32, and Said Kouachi, 34, are the prime suspects in Wednesday's brazen lunchtime attack that killed 12 people and wounded 11. "They are still free, they are heavily armed, so we can be afraid of further violence," French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said in an interview with French broadcaster RTL. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 7 | via WDSU-TV New Orleans
French police say two suspects in Wednesday's terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine are still on the loose after escaping onto the streets of Paris. In a statement on their website, French national police ask for information on the whereabouts of suspects Cherif Kouachi and Said Kouachi, warning that both could be armed and dangerous. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 7 | via Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
A Lubbock Islamic leader condemned Wednesday's deadly shooting at a satirical magazine in Paris, France as "not allowed in Islam." As investigators and people around the world worked to make sense of the shooting that left 12 dead at the magazine Charlie Hebdo, Lubbockites considered the ramifications of what appears to be a violent overreaction to free expression. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 7 | via 12NewsNow.Com
NBC NEWS - One of the suspects in the Paris attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine has been killed and the two others are in custody, two senior U.S. counterterrorism officials told NBC News on Wednesday. Authorities earlier had identified the three men as Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, both French and in their early 30s, and Hamyd Mourad, 18, whose nationality wasn't immediately clear. Comment?
Friday Jan 2 | via EParis Extra
Paris Police arrested 23 year old Allon Blackmon , of Paris for Family Violence Impeding Breathing/Circulation after a patrol officer observed a vehicle stopped in the middle of the roadway in the 4000 block of Clarksville Street. The officer made contact with Blackmon, who was seating in the driver's seat and a female in the front passenger's seat. 3 comments
Saturday Dec 27 | via EParis Extra
As 2014 comes to a close, we here at eParisExtra.com like to take a look back at the biggest stories of the year on our website. First, we want to say thank you to our readers, as well as our contributors and advertisers, for making this the biggest year ever for eParisExtra.com. Comment?
Dec 23, 2014 | via NewsOn6 Tulsa
Two east Texas teenagers charged with fatally shooting one of the teen's grandmother signed a waiver of extradition Monday afternoon in Tulsa. According to the Paris News , the pair, Christian Sims, 16, and his girlfriend, Ashley Morrison, 17, are expected back in Lamar County sometime Tuesday. Comment?
Dec 23, 2014 | via KXII-TV Sherman
Ashley Morrison, 17, and Christian Sims, 16, were arrested this past Thursday in Sapulpa, Okla. They are accused of shooting and killing Sims' grandmother, Annie Sims, 66, at her home north of Paris in Powderly. 1 comment
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