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Judge To Hear Sandy Hook 911 Calls Before Ruling On Public AccessA Connecticut judge said Friday that he wants to hear the 911 recordings from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting before ruling whether they can remain secret as a state prosecutor and the town of Newtown fight an order to release them.
As Deadline Nears, Applications To 9/11 Fund Soar With just a few days remaining until a key deadline, more than 32,000 people have applied to the federal compensation fund for people with illnesses that might be related to toxic fallout from the Sept. 11 attacks, program officials said.
Judge Lifts Order To Keep NYC Sandy Hotel Program About 300 people made homeless by Superstorm Sandy could be forced to leave the York City hotels they've been staying in after a judge lifted an injunction Friday that preserved the program.
6 Arrests In Vandalism Of Ex-NFL Player's NY Home Police say six people have been arrested on charges they were among hundreds of young partygoers who trashed the upstate New York vacation home of a former NFL player.
RI National Guard Soldier Killed in Afghanistan The Rhode Island National Guard says one of its Special Forces soldiers from New Jersey has died in combat in Afghanistan.
Ex-NFL Player's NY Home Trashed By Partying TeensFormer NFL offensive lineman Brian Holloway initially thought the Twitter photos showing young people partying at his family's second home in upstate New York were a hoax. Then he saw pictures of teenagers standing on the dining room table he bought with his Super Bowl bonus.
Dunes Save Boardwalk From Fire Not Flood This Time Dawn will reveal the extent of the damage after a wind-whipped fire devoured a boardwalk in two Jersey shore resort towns that was rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy.
Yale Responds To Sexual Misconduct ComplaintsYale University has released hypothetical situations to illustrate how it handles sexual misconduct complaints, including several that would result in expulsion.
Vt. Gov Says Marijuana Will Be Legal Some DayVermont Gov. Peter Shumlin says he thinks marijuana should be legalized in the state, but not right now.
26 School Principals From Ghana Touring Conn. Twenty-six principals from the west African nation of Ghana are visiting Connecticut this week for meetings with local education officials.
Students Spend Summer Cleaning NH Forest Trails For the second consecutive year, the Woodsville High School students partnered with the Appalachian Mountain Club to work on the trails.
Israeli Security Expert To Brief Conn. Commission The panel reviewing the Newtown school shooting is expected to hear from an Israeli homeland security official, who will discuss methods used in the Middle Eastern nation to safeguard schools.
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