An awful lot of seeds are planted in the first episode of “Mare of Easttown,” but don’t be dismayed. They eventually bear fruit.
Tiger Woods was speeding when he crashed an SUV in California less than two months ago, leaving the golf superstar seriously injured, authorities said.
Slow in parts, it twists its message in the end with good performances from Leto and Denzel Washington.
Premiering tonight: Full of twists and turns (and a huge pilot-ending surprise), the new ABC drama suggests there’s a sex trafficking problem in Montana and it could have something to do with those trucks you see on the highway late at night.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — A juvenile on a bicycle was airlifted Wednesday with multiple injuries to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus, after a collision with a car, the police said.
ATLANTIC CITY — A city man was arrested Friday for allegedly pointing a gun at another man during a dispute, police said Saturday.
“The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” by Alexander McCall Smith: Set in Botswana, the 19 books in this series cover not only the individual mysteries of detective Mma Precious Ramotswe but also of the country itself.The Kenzie-Gennaro series by Dennis Lehane: This series contains “Gone Baby Gone” which was made into a movie by Ben Affleck. The stories follow two detectives in Boston working through the crimes of the city.“Mrs. Polifax” by Dorothy Gilman: A retiree gets caught in a web of intrigue and exotic locations in these light, fast mysteries.“The Prey Series” by John Sanford: With more than two dozen titles in the series, the adventures of charismatic detective Lucas Davenport can keep even avid readers rapt for days.
VINELAND — A city man was charged with stealing cash and cigarettes Friday after an investigation into several burglaries at city businesses over the past few months.
A third Bridgeton man has been charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a State Police detective last month in Salem County.
MARGATE — Police are investigating after a window at a home was broken and a car was vandalized this week.
VINELAND — Police are investigating after a man wearing a surgical mask allegedly robbed a Dollar General on Saturday afternoon.
GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP — Two Bridgeton men were arrested Saturday after police found guns, ecstasy and cocaine in a hotel in the Blackwood section of the Camden County township.
Bridgeton police chief dispels rumors of girl’s death
A trail of pill bottles stolen from a Florida drug store led detectives to a home where they found two men matching descriptions of the robbers seen on surveillance video, sheriff’s officials said.
The TBI said the child was last seen on Dec. 26, 2019, and was wearing a pink tracksuit, pink shoes and a pink bow.
Faced with felony charges for operating an unsanctioned weight loss clinic in central Florida, Jesusadelaida "Jesse" Lopez worried that her husband would be a key witness, officials say.
The series was inspired by a Pulitzer Prize-winning 2015 ProPublica article about a woman who was charged with filing a false report after claiming that she had been raped.
The officers' cars were parked right in front of a police station in New South Wales, Australia.
That indictment may not be the end: Three years before Johnnie Allbritton's murder, his 13-year-old daughter also died of a gunshot wound in the same house in a case now under scrutiny.
Daniel Beckwitt, 28, had become obsessed with protecting himself from North Korean missiles.
In October 2013, the case of Sheila and Kate Lyon had been crying out for justice over decades. The sisters' disappearance from a suburban Maryland shopping mall 38 years earlier wasn't just an enduring mystery; it was an unhealed regional trauma. On a March day in 1975, the young daughters of a well-known Washington radio personality had gone to Wheaton Plaza on an innocent outing - and vanished. They were never seen again, though the hunt for them was relentless and extensive. Police interviewed countless witnesses and followed hundreds of tips. Every stand of woods or weeds was searched. Storm sewers were explored, as was every vacant house for miles. The residents of a nearby nursing home were interviewed, one by one. Scuba divers groped through mud at the bottoms of ponds. Nothing was found. Nothing came of anything the police did.
There was a policeman at the door. It was June 2018, in Bradenton, Florida, a Gulf Coast community south of Tampa. The couple who answered the officer's knock quickly realized something was off.