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woman denies purposely hitting teen with car, killing her


cincinnati — a woman charged with murder denies intentionally hitting an 18-year-old woman with her car and dragging her during an altercation in downtown cincinnati.a judge set bond at $1 million for 20-year-old briana benson on thursday after she pleaded not guilty in the death of madelyn hart.the charges against benson also include felonious assault, aggravated vehicular homicide and failure to stop after a crash.an attorney for the cincinnati woman says benson strongly denies intentionally hitting hart and has cooperated with investigators.hamilton county prosecutor joe deters (dee'-turs) alleges benson hit hart intentionally on march 26, dragging her about 88 feet (27 meters).deters has said that hart banged on benson's car before she was struck. but he says that doesn't provide a rig






1 killed, 21 injured in california tour bus crash


kramer, calif. — the california highway patrol says a crash between a tour bus and two cars has killed one person and injured 21 others in the southern california high desert.chp officer brian benson says it's unclear what caused the monday crash near the unincorporated community of kramer, and didn't have any further details about the bus or the victims. he says there was no remarkable weather in the area at the time of the collision.benson says six of the 21 people hurt have major injuries and that four medical helicopters are on their way to the scene.benson says the bus seats about 30 passengers and declined to immediately release the name of the company that owns it.






u.k. couple to get married at the minnesota spam museum — seriously


remember the old grade school taunt, “if you love it so much, why don’t you marry it?”if british spam super fan mark benson could legally marry a can of the precooked meat product, he might. instead, he’s doing the next best thing by marrying his sweetheart at a spam-themed wedding at the spam museum in austin, minn.benson and his fiancé anne mousley plan to say “i do” at the museum april 25. this surprising choice for a venue comes after something even more unusual — in 2015, benson legally changed his middle name from “william” to “i love spam.” no, this is not fake news.how does one develop such devotion to canned meat? benson said spam is rooted in years of his family’s history. his grandfather and uncle both worked at a factory in the u.k. where spam was produced from 1941 to 1998. an






suspect in tennessee armory shooting arrested in detroit


detroit — federal authorities have arrested the man accused of shooting 10 people at a party at a national guard armory in western tennessee.the tennessee bureau of investigation says in a news release that 20-year-old kyanedre benson was arrested monday by u.s. marshals in detroit. the jackson, tennessee, man is being held without bond while he awaits an extradition hearing in wayne county, michigan.benson is facing 10 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shooting that occurred when a fight broke out at the armory in brownsville late friday night.tbi spokeswoman susan niland says two juveniles and eight adults were wounded. none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening.it was not immediately clear whether benson has an attorney.






arrest in shooting of 10 at national guard armory in tennessee


detroit -- federal authorities have arrested the man accused of shooting 10 people at a party at a national guard armory in western tennessee.the tennessee bureau of investigation says in a news release that 20-year-old kyanedre benson was arrested monday by u.s. marshals in detroit. the jackson, tennessee, man is being held without bond while he awaits an extradition hearing in wayne county, michigan.u.s. marshals tracked him down in the motor city and arrested him without incident, reports cbs memphis, tennessee affiliate wreg-tv.benson is facing 10 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shooting that occurred when a fight broke out at the armory in brownsville late friday night.tbi spokeswoman susan niland says two juveniles and eight adults were wounded. none of the injuries i






north carolina toddler dies after mistaking gun for toy


police are currently investigating a tragic shooting in high point, north carolina that left a toddler dead. myfox8 reports two-year-old benson jones accidentally shot himself in the head, possibly mistaking the gun for a toy.read brandy rusher, former ‘america’s next top model’ contestant, wounded in houston shootingneighbor marvin johnson told reporters they met the toddler and his father just a few hours before the shooting. johnson said he and his wife gave the father toys after he asked them if they anything the child can play with. minutes later, the group heard a pop from the home. “he said, ‘thank you for the toys,’ and the dad was just sitting there with his back kind of turned to us and just texting on his phone and it wasn’t 10 minutes later we heard a pop,” johnson said. “when






ex-field museum worker given 3 years in prison for stealing nearly $1 million


a former data specialist at chicago's famed field museum was sentenced to three years in federal prison friday for stealing nearly $1 million from museum coffers and using it to fund a "lavish lifestyle," including luxury cars, jewelry and even to pay rent for a friend's south side apartment.an attorney for caryn benson had argued for as little as one year behind bars, saying the mother of two had never been in trouble with the law before and would be paying for her crime financially and emotionally for the rest of her life.but in handing down the sentence, u.s. district judge edmond chang said that in stealing about $906,000 in membership fees and other proceeds over a six-year period, benson abused the trust of a not-for-profit museum that could have used the money to boost the city's ci






colorado mountain college in leadville on lockout because of “active threat” – t


colorado mountain college’s campus in leadville has been placed on lockout status monday morning because of an “active threat in the area.”the school says it is in the process of being evacuated.“if you are not on campus,” the college said in an alert posted about 10 a.m., “please stay away.”betty benson, a spokeswoman for the county, said law enforcement is on scene and that she was trying to gather information. she said she could not immediately provide details on what was happening.leadville police referred questions to benson.this is a developing story that will be updated as more information becomes available. 






computer issue causing widespread united flight delays


united airlines is experiencing delays at airports across the country wednesday because of a systemwide computer problem affecting flight plans."the system that creates these flight plans for our crews and employees is experiencing a delay," united airlines spokeswoman erin benson said.benson said the problem arose early wednesday morning, and she gave no timetable for resolution. she said there are a "small number of delays," but the airline has not canceled any flights.at chicago's o'hare international airport, the totals continue to climb, with 66 united flights listed as delayed just after 10 a.m., according to the live flight-tracking website flightaware."we are working as quickly as we can to resolve it," benson said.the flight plan delay is the latest computer issue to affect united






1 killed, 21 injured in california tour bus crash


kramer, calif. (ap) — a crash between a tour bus and two cars killed one person and injured 21 others monday in the southern california high desert, according to the california highway patrol.chp officer brian benson said six people had major injuries, while a san bernardino county fire spokesman said seven people had life-threatening injuries. it wasn’t immediately clear which was correct.medical helicopters were on their way to the scene of the crash on state route 58 near kramer, about 100 miles northeast of los angeles. the highway was closed in both directions.benson said it was unclear what caused the crash near the unincorporated community of kramer, and he didn’t have any further details about the bus or the victims. he said there was no remarkable weather in the area at the time o






prosecutors seek 4 years for ex-field museum worker who stole nearly $1 million


a former data specialist at chicago's famed field museum stole nearly $1 million from museum coffers and used it to fund a "lavish lifestyle," including luxury cars, jewelry and even to pay rent for a friend's south side apartment, federal prosecutors allege.in asking for a sentence of about four years in prison, prosecutors said caryn benson damaged one of the city's "most significant institutions" by keeping money from going to worthwhile pursuits such as promoting educational and scientific efforts or maintaining the museum's extensive collection of artifacts."these efforts would've benefited the millions of members of the public, chicagoans and tourists alike, who annually visit the museum," assistant u.s. attorney georgia alexakis wrote in a 24-page filing. "instead, the embezzled fun






prosecutors seek 4 years for ex-field museum worker who stole nearly $1 million


a former data specialist at chicago's famed field museum stole nearly $1 million from museum coffers and used it to fund a "lavish lifestyle," including luxury cars, jewelry and even to pay rent for a friend's south side apartment, federal prosecutors allege.in asking for a sentence of about four years in prison, prosecutors said caryn benson damaged one of the city's "most significant institutions" by keeping money from going to worthwhile pursuits such as promoting educational and scientific efforts or maintaining the museum's extensive collection of artifacts."these efforts would've benefited the millions of members of the public, chicagoans and tourists alike, who annually visit the museum," assistant u.s. attorney georgia alexakis wrote in a 24-page filing. "instead, the embezzled fun






ex-field museum worker embezzled nearly $1 million to fund lavish life


a former data specialist at chicago's famed field museum stole nearly $1 million from museum coffers and used it to fund a "lavish lifestyle," including luxury cars, jewelry and even to pay rent for a friend's south side apartment, federal prosecutors allege.in asking for a sentence of about four years in prison, prosecutors said caryn benson damaged one of the city's "most significant institutions" by keeping funds from going to worthwhile pursuits such as promoting educational and scientific efforts or maintaining the museum's extensive collection of artifacts."these efforts would've benefited the millions of members of the public, chicagoans and tourists alike, who annually visit the museum," assistant u.s. attorney georgia alexakis wrote in a 24-page filing. "instead, the embezzled fun






all that's good about northwestern basketball magnified on ncaa stage


forget the history lesson northwestern basketball was in the midst of living wednesday. freshman center barret benson had a test to take for his intro-to-economics class.so immediately after practice ended at vivint smart home arena and the wildcats stopped posing for posterity in front of hundreds of fans with camera phones, benson started preparing for the final exam waiting for him in a conference room back at the team hotel. that explains benson's econ textbook spotted at his locker before the workout."oh, he studied,'' assured kristin kane-herbison, northwestern's associate athletic director in charge of killing the basketball buzz on this historic trip.kane-herbison owns the unenviable task of ensuring benson and sophomore teammate aaron falzon take finals thursday morning hours befo






computer issue causing widespread united flight delays


united airlines is experiencing delays at airports across the country wednesday because of a systemwide computer problem affecting flight plans."the system that creates these flight plans for our crews and employees is experiencing a delay," united airlines spokeswoman erin benson said.benson said the problem arose early wednesday morning, and she gave no timetable for resolution. she said there are a "small number of delays," but the airline has not canceled any flights.at chicago's o'hare international airport, the totals continue to climb, with 71 united flights listed as delayed as of 10:30 a.m., according to the live flight-tracking website flightaware. similar delays were reported at airports across the country, with 79 united flights delayed at newark liberty international; 62 at ho






peepholes found in men's restroom at interstate rest areas


benson, n.c. — transportation workers say they've found six peepholes in the men's restrooms at two rest areas on interstate 40 in north carolina.the johnston county sheriff's office told local news outlets that workers reported the peepholes at the rest areas near benson on monday. capt. jeff caldwell said the holes were in the walls of the bathroom stalls.there were four holes at the rest area along the westbound lanes and two in the bathrooms at the rest area along the eastbound lanes.the damage was estimated at nearly $5,000 and has been repaired. investigators think the holes were drilled sometime between jan. 24 and jan. 28.no peepholes were found in the women's bathrooms at those rest areas.deputies are reviewing surveillance video from the area. no victims have come forward.






actress ashley benson sells remodeled home in hollywood hills west for $2.65 mil


actress ashley benson, who stars on the show “pretty little liars,” has sold her home in hollywood hills west for $2.65 million.the french normandy-style house, built in 1938 and recently remodeled, returned to market in january for $2.695 million. benson bought the property four years ago for $2.2 million, records show.within nearly 3,100 square feet of contemporary living space is a rotunda entry, a wood-paneled library, an updated kitchen, an office/lounge and formal living/dining rooms. dark wood floors, patterned wall treatments and bright chandeliers are among the eye-catching details. listed for $2.995 million, the 1930s french normandy-style house sits behind gates in hollywood hills west. (marc angeles / unlimited style photography)the upstairs master suite has french doors that o






united plane lands after engine-overheat warning


houston — united airlines says a flight from costa rica to houston was cut short by an engine-overheating warning.airline spokeswoman erin benson says the two-engine boeing 737 circled to burn fuel, then returned monday to the airport in liberia, costa rica. she says the plane was over normal landing weight, so fire crews stood by at the airport.a reporter among the 165 passengers tweeted that it was a frightening experience.aviation-safety consultant john cox says boeing 737s can't dump fuel but are designed to land slightly overweight. he says it sounds like the united crew did everything right, including throttling back and returning to costa rica on one engine.benson says the passengers will get compensation and fly to houston on tuesday.






fresno to vegas charter bus crashes, killing 1, injuring 26


kramer, calif. (ap) — a charter bus was traveling through the southern california high desert from fresno to las vegas when it crossed into oncoming traffic and ran into two cars, leaving one woman dead and injuring 26 people, authorities said.investigators were trying to learn why the tour bus crossed into the westbound lanes of state route 58 near kramer, about 100 miles northeast of los angeles, california highway patrol officer brian benson said.the woman killed was 55 years old and was in one of the two cars the bus hit, benson said.nine people suffered life-threatening injuries in monday afternoon’s crash, and 17 others were taken to hospitals with injuries that weren’t considered to be life-threatening, said eric sherwin, a san bernardino county fire spokesman.most read storiesunlim






fresno to vegas charter bus crashes, killing 1, injuring 26


kramer, calif. — a charter bus was traveling through the southern california high desert from fresno to las vegas when it crossed into oncoming traffic and ran into two cars, leaving one woman dead and injuring 26 people, authorities said.investigators were trying to learn why the tour bus crossed into the westbound lanes of state route 58 near kramer, about 100 miles northeast of los angeles, california highway patrol officer brian benson said.the woman killed was 55 years old and was in one of the two cars the bus hit, benson said.nine people suffered life-threatening injuries in monday afternoon's crash, and 17 others were taken to hospitals with injuries that weren't considered to be life-threatening, said eric sherwin, a san bernardino county fire spokesman.benson said the bus, owned






the latest: 1 dead, 26 injured in california bus crash


kramer, calif. — the latest on a crash between a tour bus and two cars in california's mojave desert (all times local):3:40 p.m.a fire official says the number of people injured in a fatal head-on crash between a tour bus and two cars has risen to 26.san bernardino county fire spokesman eric sherwin says nine people suffered life-threatening injuries after monday's crash. he says 17 others were also taken to hospitals.the california highway patrol said the tour bus crossed into the westbound lanes of state route 58 near kramer, about 100 miles northeast of los angeles.a police spokesman says a 55-year-old woman who was in one of the vehicles was killed.police said the bus, which is owned by arcadia, california-based a&f tours inc., seats about 30 passengers.the company hasn't responded to






united g ples with widespread delays after fixing computer problem


united airlines experienced delays for hundreds of flights at airports across the country wednesday because of a systemwide computer problem affecting flight plans.the computer issue was fixed around noon, united spokeswoman erin benson said, but delays continued into the afternoon."it has been resolved," benson said.the problem, which arose early wednesday morning, slowed down the creation of flight plans for airline crews and employees, delaying but not canceling flights, benson said.at chicago's o'hare international airport, the totals continued to climb throughout the day, with 110 united flights listed as delayed as of 1:30 p.m., according to the live flight-tracking website flightaware.similar delays were reported at airports across the country, with 118 united flights delayed at new






grammy-winning jazz producer tommy lipuma dies at 80


los angeles — tommy lipuma, a jazz and pop producer who won grammys for collaborations with natalie cole and george benson, has died. he was 80.lipuma died monday in new york after a brief illness, according to the decca/verve label group, where he had served as chairman.in a career spanning six decades, lipuma's productions won five grammys and were nominated for 28 more, and saw sales of 75 million.his collaborating partners also included paul mccartney, and singer-keyboardist diana krall.krall told the associated press that she and lipuma put the finishing touches on her newest album, "turn up the quiet," which marks her return to jazz and american standards, just a few weeks ago."he understood the importance and challenges of where one could be as an artist," krall said in a phone inte






computer problem causing widespread united flight delays


united airlines is experiencing delays at airports across the country wednesday because of a systemwide computer problem affecting flight plans."the system that creates these flight plans for our crews and employees is experiencing a delay," united airlines spokeswoman erin benson said.benson said the problem arose early wednesday morning, and she gave no timetable for resolution. she said there are a "small number of delays," but the airline has not canceled any flights.at chicago's o'hare international airport, the totals continue to climb, with 80 united flights listed as delayed as of 11 a.m., according to the live flight-tracking website flightaware.similar delays are reported at airports across the country, with 87 united flights delayed at newark liberty international; 75 at houston






grammy-winning jazz producer tommy lipuma dies at 80


los angeles — tommy lipuma, a jazz and pop producer who won grammys for collaborations with natalie cole and george benson, has died. he was 80.lipuma died monday in new york after a brief illness, according to the decca/verve label group, where he had served as chairman.in a career spanning six decades, lipuma's productions won five grammys and were nominated for 28 more, and saw sales of 75 million.his collaborating partners also included paul mccartney, and singer-keyboardist diana krall.krall told the associated press that just a few weeks ago, she and lipuma had put the finishing touches on her newest album, "turn up the quiet," which she called "a record of jazz and american popular song.""he understood the importance and challenges of where one could be as an artist," krall said in






colorado mountain college in leadville on lockout following bomb threat; suspect


colorado mountain college’s campus in leadville has been placed on lockout status monday morning following a bomb threat because of what officials say is an “active threat in the area.”the lake county office of emergency management said the bomb threat was made about 9:20 a.m. a suspect has been arrested.the school says it is in the process of being evacuated. authorities have requested help from the el paso county bomb squad and say the incident is under investigation.the emergency management office says students on campus will shelter in place in the residence hall or cafeteria.“if you are not on campus,” the college said in an alert posted about 10 a.m., “please stay away.”no injuries have been reported, according to a college spokeswoman.betty benson, a spokeswoman for the county, said






helping newborns with addictions


anthony souffle – star tribunegallery: ashley benso, looked to her son austin boudreau, 3, left, while holding her son graysen burnette, 4-months, and trying to feed her other son raymond burnette, 15-months, as her uncle bob benson made dinner at their home.






clueless is, like, totally gonna be a comic book


all photos courtesy boom! studiosokay, so you’re probably going, “is this, like, another clueless tie-in or what?” but seriously, it’s actually a way normal way to continue the iconic ‘90s film. that’s right, clueless is getting a comic book sequel. no buggin’.advertisementboom studios is bringing back the girls from beverly hills for an all-new adventure, written by total betties amber benson (tara from buffy the vampire slayer) and sarah kuhn (heroine complex), and illustrated by fellow betty siobhan keenan (adventure time). according to the press release, the comic continues the journey of cher, dionne, and tai as they surf the metaphorical crimson wave of senior year at bronson alcott high school. they struggle to figure out their plans after high school, and discover what they want to






clueless is, like, totally gonna be a comic book


all photos courtesy boom! studiosokay, so you’re probably going, “is this, like, another clueless tie-in or what?” but seriously, it’s actually a way normal way to continue the iconic ‘90s film. that’s right, clueless is getting a comic book sequel. no buggin’.advertisementboom studios is bringing back the girls from beverly hills for an all-new adventure, written by total betties amber benson (tara from buffy the vampire slayer) and sarah kuhn (heroine complex), and illustrated by fellow betty siobhan keenan (adventure time). according to the press release, the comic continues the journey of cher, dionne, and tai as they surf the metaphorical crimson wave of senior year at bronson alcott high school. they struggle to figure out their plans after high school, and discover what they want to






1 killed, 26 injured in tour bus crash in mojave desert


one person was killed and 26 others were injured monday  when a charter bus collided with two vehicles on state route 58 in the mojave desert, authorities said.the 2007 chevrolet starcraft bus from a&f tours in arcadia was traveling east on the highway just after 12 p.m. when “for reasons unknown” it moved into the westbound lanes and crashed head-on into a subaru outback and a chevy spark, said officer brian benson, a spokesman for the california highway patrol in barstow.the bus, which was carrying 26 people, overturned and landed upright, he said.the driver of the white subaru suffered major injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene, he said. twenty-six people were injured in the collision, including nine critically, fire and chp officials said. the bus was traveling from fresno to






old-school twin cities shops defy the trends on record store day 2017


sandwiched between avandro beauty salon and a discount cellular store, right on the cusp of where south minneapolis threatens to become richfield, the dated and faded storefront of know name records belies the living, breathing and — in recent years — modestly thriving business inside.of course, the interior of know name looks as uniquely old-school as the outside. "footloose" and anvil picture discs from the '80s hang on the walls. the smell of 5,000 different basements that soaked into the used vinyl collection fills the room. in the headshop part of the store, there are pipes that look like they're begging for a foghat comeback tour.as he slapped $100-plus price tags on some rare lps on a recent monday morning, though, know name co-owner bruce benson made it clear that the business has






oregon’s dillon brooks says he’s headed to the nba draft


eugene, ore. (ap) — oregon junior forward dillon brooks says he is entering the nba draft.brooks announced his decision, which was widely anticipated, in a video posted wednesday on www.positionless.com.the canadian star praised oregon’s coaches in the video, saying, “i was not highly recruited and they believed in me from the jump.”“i just feel like now i’m going to take my talents to the next level and enter in the draft,” he said.most read stories3-course dinners for $32 starting april 2.the pac-12 player of the year has hired an agent, which ends his eligibility with the ducks.later wednesday, ducks reserve guard casey benson announced that he planned to graduate this spring from oregon and transfer for his final year of eligibility.brooks averaged 16.1 points this season for oregon, w






1 killed, at least 26 injured when charter bus, 2 vehicles collide in mojave des


one person was killed and at least 26 others were injured monday  when a charter bus collided with two vehicles on state route 58 in the mojave desert, authorities said.the 30-seat passenger bus from a/f tours in arcadia was traveling east on the highway just after 12 p.m. when  “for reasons unknown” it moved into the westbound lanes and crashed into a subaru and a chevy spark, said officer brian benson, a spokesman for the california highway patrol in barstow.a person inside the white subaru was pronounced dead at the scene, he said.the bus was traveling from fresno to las vegas when it crashed two miles east of highway 395 in the unincorporated community of kramer junction, benson said.photographs from the scene showed the front of the bus was badly damaged. “u-best holiday” was displaye






oregon's dillon brooks says he's headed to the nba draft


eugene, ore. — oregon junior forward dillon brooks says he is entering the nba draft.brooks announced his decision, which was widely anticipated, in a video posted wednesday on www.positionless.com.the canadian star praised oregon's coaches in the video, saying, "i was not highly recruited and they believed in me from the jump.""i just feel like now i'm going to take my talents to the next level and enter in the draft," he said.the pac-12 player of the year has hired an agent, which ends his eligibility with the ducks.later wednesday, ducks reserve guard casey benson announced that he planned to graduate this spring from oregon and transfer for his final year of eligibility.brooks averaged 16.1 points this season for oregon, which went to the final four. known as a clutch performer, he sco






1 killed, 28 injured after charter bus, 2 vehicles collide in mojave desert


one person was killed and 28 others were injured monday after a charter bus collided with two vehicles on state route 58 in the mojave desert, authorities said.the 30-seat passenger bus from a/f tours was traveling east on the highway just after 12 p.m. when it “for reason unknown,” moved into the westbound lanes and crashed into subaru and chevy spark, said officer brian benson, a spokesman for the california highway patrol in barstow.a person inside the white subaru was pronounced dead at the scene, he said.the bus was traveling from fresno to las vegas, when it crashed two miles east of highway 395 in the unincorporated community of kramer junction, benson said.photographs from the scene showed the front of the bus was badly damaged. “u-best holiday” was displayed on the sides of the bu






yakima valley hop growers start spring ‘coaxing’ of crop


the yakima valley is the nation’s largest hop producer, with three-quarters of all hops grown in america coming from its fields. growers are off to a slightly slower start this season because of wet weather.moxee, yakima county — recent wet weather did not stop preparations for hop season at roy farms, although it did slow things down a bit.three tractors pulling lifts for crews maintaining the trellises got mired in a muddy hop field and were going to stay there until things dry out a bit. but other crews were out taking root cuttings to start new plants while discarded trellis poles were being ground into wood chips.as sean benson walked through the field, he noticed a couple of hop plants already sending new vines up through the ground.“we can plant hops in the spring, and collect a ful






united p engers again delayed due to computer problems


united airlines experienced delays for hundreds of flights at airports across the country wednesday because of a systemwide computer problem affecting flight plans, the latest in a series of technical glitches for major airlines.the problem, which arose early wednesday morning, slowed down the creation of flight plans for airline crews and employees, delaying but not canceling flights, united spokeswoman erin benson said.the computer issue was fixed around noon wednesday, benson said, but delays continued into the afternoon."it has been resolved," she said.the flight plan delay is the latest computer issue to affect united and its p engers. on jan. 22, the airline was forced to ground all domestic flights for 2½ hours because of a problem with the system used to send pilots technical infor






united p engers again delayed due to computer problems


united airlines experienced delays for hundreds of flights at airports across the country wednesday because of a systemwide computer problem affecting flight plans, the latest in a series of technical glitches for major airlines.the problem, which arose early wednesday morning, slowed down the creation of flight plans for airline crews and employees, delaying but not canceling flights, united spokeswoman erin benson said.the computer issue was fixed around noon wednesday, benson said, but delays continued into the afternoon."it has been resolved," she said.the flight plan delay is the second computer issue to affect united and its p engers in recent weeks. on jan. 22, the airline was forced to ground all domestic flights for 2½ hours because of a problem with the system used to send pilots






officials: man arrested after going awol for 45 years


ocala, fla. — authorities say they’ve arrested a florida man who went awol from the u.s. air force 45 years ago.the ocala star-banner reports that 65-year-old linley benson lemburg was arrested tuesday. he had been living under an alias, william michael robertson, and was located by the marion county sheriff’s office after military officials sought their help. the newspaper did not say exactly what led authorities to lemburg.sheriff’s authorities confirmed lemburg’s identity by comparing his fingerprints to those taken when he was enlisted. military officials then took him to macdill air force base in tampa.lemburg first went absent without leave in 1972. military officials did not say where he had served in the air force.the newspaper did not say whether lemburg had an attorney.






were police snooping on women’s march protesters’ cellphones? too many departmen


by curtis waltmanthe women’s marches last weekend were collectively some of the largest protests ever conducted in the united states. while we would love to have some hard data to be able to inform the public about what type of surveillance being used on the demonstrations, unfortunately many of the police department’s we have requested in our cell site simulator census have either not given us any documents yet, or used sweeping law enforcement exemptions in order to not disclose some of the more sensitive, and important, information about their use.report this adreport this adawaiting acknowled ent: blueawaiting response: purplerejected: large redcompleted: greenno responsive documents: small redpayment required: yellowin fact, out of almost 200 requests filed, only 35 departments have g