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Feb 15 2023
Des Plaines woman charged in Franklin Park with possessing fraudulent social security card: Police
The following items were taken from area police department reports and news releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Jean Mota-Griman, 22, of the 3000 block of Mannheim Road, Des Plaines, on Jan. 18 was charged with possession of a fraudulent Social Security card at Grand Avenue and Wolf Road. Angel Velez, 58, of the 9500 block of Franklin Avenue, Franklin Park, on Jan. 17Chicago Tribune
Feb 13 2023
5 people shot at Michigan State University; suspect at large
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Police say a man has shot at least five people at Michigan State University, and some have life-threatening injuries. The suspect remained at large Monday night. He was described as a short man with a jean jacket and ball cap, said Chris Rozman, interim deputy chief of the campus police department. Rozman said hundreds of officers were on the East Lansing campus toLas Vegas Sun
Feb 10 2023
White House says Fox canceled Biden’s Super Bowl interview. Fox says he’s still invited
Hours after the White House said Fox had called off its pre-Super Bowl interview with President Joe Biden, the network said the president was still welcome.
In an about-face, Fox Corp. said on Friday afternoon that it will allow Fox Soul, its small streaming platform aimed at Black Americans, to conduct the presidential interview.
“After the White House reached out to Fox SoulCNN Business
Jun 22 2019
Trump On E. Jean Carroll Rape Allegation: ‘I’ve Never Met This Person In My Life’
President Donald Trump has responded to the rape allegations described by columnist E. Jean Carroll in graphic detail in New York Magazine.
In a statement, Trump said that he’s “never met this person in my life” in reference to Carroll.HuffPost
Feb 16 2023
White House: Norfolk Southern will be held accountable for Ohio train derailment
The Biden administration said Thursday that it will hold rail operator Norfolk Southern accountable for the derailment of a 150-car freight train in East Palestine, Ohio — a day after the town's mayor said he heard from the White House for the first time this week.
Driving the news: The comments — made by White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at a briefing on Thursday — comeAxios
Feb 09 2023
A 17-year-old died in 1975. Two men were just arrested in her killing.
Laurel Jean Mitchell had just left work at a church camp in North Webster, Ind., and started the walk to an amusement park to meet friends. But she never made it to Adventureland that night in August 1975. The 17-year-old’s body was found in a river the next morning. Despite an investigation that spanned multiple Indiana agencies and counties, the case went unsolved for decades, leavingWashington Post
Feb 08 2023
Indiana men arrested nearly 50 years later in drowning death of teen girl after DNA sample
Two Indiana men were arrested Monday and charged with murder almost 50 years after a 17-year-old girl was found dead in a river. State police announced Tuesday that 67-year-olds Fred Bandy Jr. and John Wayne Lehman were arrested on one count each of murder in the killing of Laurel Jean Mitchell. The pair are being held without bond at the Noble County Jail and are scheduled for initial courtFox News (Online News)
Feb 07 2023
Two charged with murdering 17-year-old Indiana girl in 1975
DNA evidence and the witness testimony connecting two Northern Indiana men with the 1975 drowning death of 17-year-old Laurel Jean Mitchell led to the pair being arrested and charged with her murder Monday. Fred Bandy Jr., 67, of Goshen, and John Wayne Lehman 67, of Auburn, were each charged with one count of murder. Both are currently being held without bond in the Noble County Jail and theyChicago Tribune
Feb 02 2023
Biden's Classified Documents: No Answers From the White House, But Here Are the Questions...
The Biden White House won't answer legitimate questions about Joe Biden's possession of classified documents, but reporters keep asking questions.
Here are the questions posed to Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday, in the order they were asked, and her evasive responses and/or "prudent" non-answers: 1. Reporter: "I'm wondering how the White House can claim that they are being transparentCNSNews.com
Jan 18 2023
White House calls New Mexico shootings targeting Democratic officials ‘shocking and horrifying’
The White House on Wednesday expressed shock at the arrest of a former GOP candidate in New Mexico in connection with shootings targeting the homes of state Democratic officials, calling it an illustration of the dangers of conspiracies and political violence. “The allegations here are shocking and horrifying, and it’s a miracle here no one was hurt,” said press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. “The Hill