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There was a lawsuit making the national headlines through much of March. In involved a teenager from New Jersey who was suing her parents for—among other things—access to a college fund. The litigious young lady was one Rachel Canning, 18. As it turns out, young Miss Canning eventually dropped the case voluntarily, and has since returned home. I suppose that is a tidy end to the court case, but I can’t help but pick my jaw up off the floor when I read related news stories.
1. Deadly clash disrupts Ukraine's truce within hours
There are some parents in this world who aren’t happy about the products being provided by Apple through their Apps program. They are so unhappy in fact, that they felt the need to file a lawsuit.
This year, Veterans Day falls on Wednesday, Nov. 11, and federal government offices will be closed in observance of the day on Monday, Nov. 9, as directed by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Sept. 22, 2004 - For the past three years, Pima County Deputy Sheriff Joe Harvey has pored over documents, drained his life savings and spent countless hours defending himself against charges of beating a confession out of a suspect.
Since early May, a group of Marana High School parents has been trying to get MHS Assistant Principal/Athletic Director Joe Hajek to resign from his athletic director duties, as well as get geometry teacher Marc Acker - the former girls varsity basketball coach - to resign as an MHS teacher.