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News Story of the Day
Updated Oct 13, 04:22 AM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) â€” A convicted felon charged in the fatal shooting of an off-duty Memphis police officer is set to make his first court appearance in the case. Court records show 36-year-old Lorenzo Clark is scheduled to appear before a judge by video arraignment Tuesday in Tennessee's Shelby County. He is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm in the death of his neighbor, ...
Sports Story of the Day
Updated Oct 13, 03:24 AM
Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) â€” California lawmakers have taken the first step toward accomplishing something Major League Baseball could never do: Stop players from stuffing those big wads of chewing tobacco into their mouths during games. With Gov. Jerry Brown signing a bill earlier this week banning the use of smokeless tobacco in all California ballparks, a practice dating to the days ...