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By O'RYAN JOHNSON LAWRENCE - The remains of captured U.S. Army Sgt. Alex Jimenez and those of a comrade were positively identified yesterday, marking the end of a grueling 14-month ordeal for the Lawrence soldier's family both here and in New York.
By Yadira Betances, The Daily News of Newburyport, Mass. Jul. 11--LAWRENCE -- The remains of Army Sgt. Alex Jimenez of Lawrence have been found in Iraq ending more than a year of hope that the kidnapped soldier would be found alive.
By Yadira Betances, The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass. Jul. 11--LAWRENCE -- The bodies of two U.S. soldiers, including Army Sgt. Alex Jimenez of Lawrence, missing in Iraq since being ambushed more than a year ago, have been recovered.
A drum pictured on the cover of an iconic Beatles album has been sold at an auction in London to a private collector for $1 million. The hand-painted bass drum, which appeared on the cover of the 1967 LP, Sgt.
By SCOTT DAUGHERTY Staff Writer Two county police officers are suing the department for $4 million, claiming their supervisors in Pasadena repeatedly retaliated against them and stalled their careers after one of the men complained a female officer was sexually harassing him.
By ROBERT BURNS, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON After decades of denials, the Chinese have acknowledged burying an American prisoner of war in China, telling the U.S.
After decades of denials, the Chinese have acknowledged burying an American prisoner of war in China, telling the United States that a teenage soldier captured in the Korean War died a week after he "became mentally ill," according to documents provided to The Associated Press.
By Derek Kravitz, The Dallas Morning News Aug. 14--As Sgt. Erik Palmer of the Miami-Dade County Police Department packed his bags Sunday for the annual child crime conference in Dallas, he got an e-mail from a 15-year-old Miami boy through his department's MySpace page.
The oldest profession is moving from the street corner to the Internet. It's the latest trend in prostitution, Tucson police say: Men and women using online classified ad Web sites like craigslist.org to offer or request sex for money.
By Katie McDevitt, The Tribune, Mesa, Ariz. Nov. 5--Bicycle officer Heather Penner stopped suddenly while patrolling a Tempe parking lot. "Smell that?" she asked. A faint odor lingered in the night air but quickly floated off with a breeze.