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According to his publicist, the actor died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting a movie.
Prosecutors say they have authorized charges against the actor of four counts of sexual assault as well as one for "causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent."
Many other companies use the peanut butter — the cause of a salmonella outbreak — and now they have recalls of their own. The FDA says the products made it to at least 10 other countries.
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Prosecutors had asked for the maximum term of 20 years in prison for Duggar, whose family was the focus of TLC's 19 Kids and Counting. Duggar's lawyers maintain his innocence and say they'll appeal.
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'We're trying to build more bridges:' grassroots organizations distribute food, assess neighborhood needsLocal community groups are joining together for a food drive and neighborhood cleanup in Buffalo’s Jefferson-Clinton neighborhood this afternoon. Event planners say the outreach is to help tie East Buffalo communities together following the Tops Market shooting.
Defense attorneys have filed a motion asking Buffalo City Court Chief Judge Craig Hannah to bar Erie County District Attorney John Flynn, the prosecutor in the case, from making public statements about the case outside of court.
The security guard killed in the Tops supermarket shooting on May 14 was laid to rest Wednesday, as was a great-grandmother remembered as a Sunday school teacher, soup kitchen volunteer and substitute teacher.
St. Brian's Clothiers is providing suits to those attending funerals of the victims of the May 14 mass shooting at the Jefferson Avenue Tops supermarket.
The 72-year-old Massey has been described by her friends as a civil rights and education advocate.
Clergy have been out there at all hours to help survivors of the murdered and a stricken community. When the call went out of a mass casualty incident, ECMC and its current pastoral care team were ready, with sketchy knowledge of what had happened.
The Jefferson Avenue Massacre will keep both state and federal courts busy, in criminal and civil actions.
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