Man indicted in slaying of Alaska prosecutor, ex-WA lawmaker
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Gordon Fredrick Miller
Nov. 26, 2014, 11:44 a.m. Gordon Fredrick Miller died November 18, 2014, at Mountain Meadows Assisted Living in Leavenworth, WA , surrounded by family and friends.
Cattle Theft On The Rise
As beef prices escalate, Texas ranchers are seeing more and more problems with cattle rustlers. luckily, a special group of privately funded rangers-- are helping out.....their job? to hunt down cow thieves and guard the ranches. the rangers are certified by state law enforcement, and even search the areas near ranches at night, in hopes of catching a would-be thief.
Washington's wanted violent felons
The Department of Corrections is currently looking for dozens of violent felons and sex offenders who've violated their parole. Take a look at the state's most wanted.
2 stabbed near Davao disco bar
A MAN was able to escape harm while his companion was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed near a disco bar along Diversion Road, Barangay Ma-a in...
NCPB to buy maize at Kshs 2,200 per bag
The National Produce and Cereals Board will Thursday start buying maize from farmers at a price of 2,200 shillings per bag.
321,000 Jobs Added Nationwide in November
2014 is on track to be the best year for U.S. job gains since 1999. Another 321,000 jobs were added in November. That's much higher than expected and appears to confirm recent signs of economic strength. The Labor Department said the gains are "wide-spread." The unemployment rate in November remained unchanged at 5.8 percent.
Amber Alert Issued: Have you seen this Child?
A child abduction alert has been issued by the Texas Amber Alert Network for 4 year old Ricardo Alekzander Lara. He weighs 55 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes. Denton Police believe he may have been taken by 23 year old Ricardo Lara Martinez. He is described as being 5'5", 150lbs, brown hair, and brown eyes. The suspect is believed to be traveling on foot and was last heard from in Denton ...
Tree Lighting and Boat Parade
It was quite a sight along the Corpus Christi Bayfront tonight as thousands of people gathered for the annual lighting of the Christmas tree. Our very own, 3 News anchor Joe Gazin was there to help flip the switch along with Santa, lighting the city's Christmas tree and marking the countdown to Christmas. The Harbor Lights Festival was enjoyed by thousands of people in attendance who were also ...
Texas State Aquarium Offers Holiday Gift
If you are looking for something to do on Sunday, we have just the thing for you! The Texas State Aquarium is hosting dollar days tomorrow! This extremely popular event allows people to enjoy everything the aquarium has to offer for just one dollar. It even has an enhanced schedule of programs throughout the day for kids and adults alike to enjoy.