Trenton – The suspect in a Tuesday afternoon assault in Trenton remained on the loose as of late Thursday.
The Fannin County Sheriff's office did not have a suspect, only a report by resident that someone had broken into her home that day and committed the offense. She was reportedly struck from behind and did not see the man, therefore was unable to provide a description.
The victim was sent to Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville where she was treated and released.
Originally published on Fri September 16, 2011 9:13 am
Giant African Snails, "one of the most damaging land snails in the world," have invaded a southwest Miami subdivision and are now the focus of "a time-consuming expensive counter-attack" by authorities, the Miami Herald reports.
Here's a boo-boo that you just don't expect to happen at a company making prescription medicines — especially a firm called Qualitest Pharmaceuticals.
The Alabama-based maker of generic drugs apparently didn't do enough quality testing. It's recalling a slew of birth control pills because a mistake in the factory put pills in the wrong places inside plastic packages.
Journalist Ron Suskind had already said that his new book about the Obama administration's response to the 2008-2009 financial crisis would reveal "bitter disputes" among the president's economic advisers.
Originally published on Fri September 16, 2011 7:32 am
"A White House official fretted privately that the Obama administration could suffer serious political damage if it gave additional taxpayer support to the beleaguered solar-panel company Solyndra, according to newly released emails," The Washington Post write
Duane Buck, "a black man convicted of a double murder in Texas 16 years ago was at least temporarily spared from lethal injection" on Thursday when the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to "his lawyers' claims that race played an improper role in his sentencing," The Associated Press writes.