News archive from 19 January 2017

Nina Dobrev recalls accidentally flashing crew member during photoshoot

Nina Dobrev recalls accidentally flashing crew member during photoshoot

Sometimes those sexy celebrity photoshoots aren’t as hot as you may think. “Everybody always thinks that Hollywood and all these things are always glamorous and when you see this final result, I understand why you would believe that, but it’s not...

 

Commerce pick Wilbur Ross says NAFTA will be early target for Trump administration

Breaking with Republican orthodoxy, a new Trump administration will work quickly to re-do the North American Free Trade Agreement, a massive trade pact with Canada and Mexico that has boosted trade but still stings laid off workers across the Midwest,...

 

Commerce pick Wilbur Ross says NAFTA will be early target for Trump administration

Breaking with Republican orthodoxy, a new Trump administration will work quickly to re-do the North American Free Trade Agreement, a massive trade pact with Canada and Mexico that has boosted trade but still stings laid off workers across the Midwest,...

 

Leader of Australia's most populous state quits

SYDNEY –  The leader of Australia's most popular state resigned Thursday after his popularity plummeted over a series of decisions during 2016. Sydney-based New South Wales Premier Mike Baird used social media to announce that the ruling Liberal Party...

 
Former Mesa accountant with high-profile client list accused of fraud, theft

Former Mesa accountant with high-profile client list accused of fraud, theft

A former Mesa accountant with a high-profile client list and an even higher-profile lifestyle was arrested this week on suspicion of fraud and theft. Tiffany White, 44, is accused of billing doctors, lawyers and other professionals for unnecessary...

 
Police stopped man twice before he was named suspect in Mesa teacher's death

Police stopped man twice before he was named suspect in Mesa teacher's death

Just after 10 p.m. Sunday, a Utah state trooper pulled over a silver Pontiac Grand Prix headed eastbound near Richfield. The driver, the trooper would later recall, appeared to be in an “altered state of consciousness.” A search of the vehicle would...

 

US Rep. Capuano also planning Trump inauguration boycott

BOSTON — A second member of Massachusetts' all-Democratic congressional delegation has decided to skip the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. Rep. Michael Capuano said in a series of tweets Wednesday that although he has great respect for...

 

Mom accused of delivering daughter, 12, to Blount County motel for sex now jailed

A Blount County mother accused of getting paid to deliver her young daughter to an Oneonta motel for sex is now behind bars. Amy Floyd Morgan was arrested Wednesday. She is charged with first-degree human trafficking, second-degree human trafficking...

 

Mom accused of delivering daughter, 12, to Blount County motel for sex now jailed

A Blount County mother accused of getting paid to deliver her young daughter to an Oneonta motel for sex is now behind bars. Amy Floyd Morgan was arrested Wednesday. She is charged with first-degree human trafficking, second-degree human trafficking...

 

Pence: Commuting Chelsea Manning's sentence 'was a mistake'

Vice President-elect Mike Pence told Fox News' "Special Report with Bret Baier" Wednesday that President Obama's decision to commute Private Chelsea Manning's 35-year prison sentence for releasing classified documents to Wikileaks "was...

Fox News, 19:54 in Politics
 

Dothan woman arrested for financial exploitation of the elderly

A Dothan woman was arrested for financially exploiting an elderly individual, Dothan police said on Facebook. Kayla Nicole Calhoon, 22, of Hodgesville Road, was charged Tuesday with financial exploitation of the elderly and 12 counts of fraudulent use...

 

UAH climate expert: Warming trend exaggerated by NASA, NOAA

John Christy has long been known as a skeptic of catastrophic climate change and Wednesday's assertion by NASA and NOAA that 2016 was the hottest year on record did not change his mind. In fact, the director of the Earth System Science Center at the...

 
Penzone: No Sheriff's Office raises; Tent City decision coming soon

Penzone: No Sheriff's Office raises; Tent City decision coming soon

Newly elected Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone plans to scrub his office's finances of waste so he can hire officers and raise salaries. But those personnel boosts aren't anticipated for another year, he said in a budget presentation Wednesday....

 
Parker Jackson-Cartwright closer to full strength as Arizona Wildcats head to LA

Parker Jackson-Cartwright closer to full strength as Arizona Wildcats head to LA

TUCSON — Parker Jackson-Cartwright might hit the back end of that four- to eight-week recovery window after all — at least in a sense. While the Arizona junior point guard returned from his high ankle sprain on Dec. 30, just after the four-week mark,...

AZCentral, 20:09 in Sport
 
Business manager for Alanis Morissette, other celebrities admits to stealing more than $6.5M from his clients

Business manager for Alanis Morissette, other celebrities admits to stealing more than $6.5M from his clients

The business manager for singer Alanis Morissette and other celebrities admitted to embezzling more than $6.5 million from his clients, according to court papers released Wednesday. Jonathan Todd Schwartz, 48, agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud and...

 

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