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  • Natasha Williams, et al. v. Alpharetta Transfer Station, LLC, (11th Cir. 2011)
  • TV anchor faces suit in fatal crash ; Mother of man killed blames Natasha Williams' speed.

    DAYTON -- WHIO-TV news anchor Natasha Williams is facing a wrongful death civil lawsuit filed by the mother of a Moraine man who was killed in March 2007 in Harrison Twp. after his car collided with Williams' SUV. According to a Montgomery County sheriff's investigator's report, Michael Hugee failed to yield the right of way at 8:54 p.m. Saturday, March 24, 2007, when he attempted to turn left...

  • Sinclair, Morgan Peeved at Exclusion

    Men: Usain Bolt, Nickel Ashmeade, Kemar Bailey-Cole, Nesta Carter, Jason Livermore, Warren Weir, Javere Bell, Javon Francis, Omar Johnson, Hansle Parchment, Andrew Riley, Dwight Thomas, Leford Green, Isa Phillips, Annsert Whyte, Damar Forbes, Raymond Brown, O'Dayne Richards, Oshaine Bailey, Akheem Gauntlett, Rusheen McDonald, Edino Steele. Women: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Rosemarie Whyte, Sheri-Ann...

  • Shawon Gullette ; Owner, Infinitee Salon and Day Spa and Founder of Hope for Hair Foundation Residence: Trotwood

    Her Hope for Hair Foundation helps women with cancer to get a free wig. Her Sharing and Caring Program gives children free hair services before they head back to school. She offers free hair services to children cared for by Montgomery County Children's Services, and works with the Dayton Youth Commission and the Prom Promise program to give free services to kids who agree to be drug and alcohol...

  • New Morning News Show to Begin On Whio-Tv

    Viewers of News Center 7's Daybreak Edition will soon be able to get their local news earlier. Beginning Monday, WHIO-TV will expand its morning newscast by a half-hour, starting at 4:30 a.m. "Our viewers' needs continue to change and we're committed to serving them," said Dave Bennallack, news director for WHIO-TV, in a release. "Thousands of viewers are rising earlier and looking ...

  • Teesee's Town

    On Air! - It's been over a decade, folks, but he's back - but only for a week! Doug Banks returns to the airwaves - emanating from Clear Channel Radio's WGCI-FM/107.5 to guest host the afternoon drive slot today through Friday, 2 p.m. - 6 p.m., in preparation for next week's highly anticipated debut of "Riot Radio" with new afternoon host funnyman Tony Sculfield, who moves from...

  • 19th Annual Elton John Aids Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party, Hosted by Sir Elton John and David Furnish, Raised Nearly $4 Million for the Fight Against Hiv/Aids

    LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The 19th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party hosted by Sir Elton John and David Furnish raised nearly $4 million for the fight against HIV/AIDS. The gala, which took place on Sunday, February 27, at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, was co-sponsored by Chopard and Jo & Raffy Manoukian. Attendees included Sir Ben...

  • Church gives away clothes free meal

    Many more people have been buying clothing at thrift stores and garage sales lately for real bargains, but Christian Missionary Baptist Church took it a step further on May 30. The church had a clothing giveaway, and a free meal for those who came by to get needed clothes. "We've had the giveaway for a number of years," said 26-year member Johnnie Cockrell, "but usually right...

  • Obituaries: ; Obit

    Today's Obituaries Adkins, Faye M. Bailey, Conrad L. Bailey, Ethel M. Barbour, Frenchie L. Beckner, Ryan C. Bess, Bonnie Blake, Wanda J. Burdette, Omer L. Carpenter, Thelma L. Chittum, William F. Cupp, Raymond P. Elden, Henry T. Fullman, Feather Garrett, Paul T. Garrett, Robert E. II Hagerman, John W. Harding, Richard L. Hensley, Harold D. Sr. Henzmann, Lorena Jones, Daisy G. Jones, Lucille E....

  • Obituaries: ; Obit

    Obituaries Today Adkins, Faye M. Bailey, Conrad L. Bailey, Ethel M. Barbour, Frenchie L. Beckner, Ryan C. Bess, Bonnie Blake, Wanda J. Burdette, Omer L. Carpenter, Thelma L. Chittum, William F. Cupp, Raymond P. Elden, Henry T. Fullman, Feather Garrett, Paul T. Garrett, Robert E. II Hagerman, John W. Harding, Richard L. Hensley, Harold D. Sr. Henzmann, Lorena Jones, Daisy G. Jones, Lucille E....

  • Schonrock, Gophers Upset the Cardinal

    Shannon Schonrock scored 15 points, leading six players in double figures as No. 16 Minnesota upset No. 11 Stanford, 84-77, on Sunday in the championship game of the Subway Classic. Liz Podominick and Lauren Lacey had 14 points each, Natasha Williams 13, Kelly Roysland 12 and April Calhoun 11 for the Gophers (2-0), who won their tournament for the sixth straight year.

  • Depaul Nips Wvu's Women in Overtime

    HARTFORD, Conn. - Natasha Williams scored 19 points and DePaul came from behind to beat West Virginia 75-72 in overtime in the second round of the Big East tournament Saturday night. Williams, who was nursing an injured left knee and did not start, hit a layup with 57 seconds left and the Blue Demons held on.

  • Pitt Women Lose Second in Row

    The nationally ranked Pitt women's basketball team suffered its second consecutive loss today, losing to DePaul, 69-62. Natasha Williams scored 27 points, Deirdre Naughton added 24, and the visiting Blue Demons rallied from a nine-point second-half deficit to overcome No. 19 Pitt.

  • Prep Soccer

    West Virginia High School Soccer Coaches Association all-state teams

  • Extol Sparkles at Forrest Meet

    Competing in Class One (1719), Extol, a national junior representative, won his pet event, the 400m hurdles, in 52.89 seconds ahead of his teammate, Geoffrey Brady, 54.83, and Patrick Bodie of Bahamas' Star Trackers Track Club, 56.91. Other notable winners on the day were Seaforth High's Chris Houslin, who won the Class Two Boys (16-17) 200m in 21.90. In the girls' 200m, Diandra Gilbert of Queen's...

  • Foster Clocks Easy 13.1 Over Hurdles

    National champions, sprinter Asafa [Jody-Ann Powell] and sprint hurdler Brigitte Foster, along with other leading MVP athletes travelled early morning to the G.C. Foster, but after they found out electronic timing wasn't available, coach Stephen Francis opted to withdraw all but one of his athletes. In the Under-17s 100m hurdles, Natasha Ruddock won easily in 14.4. Ruddock left behind Shermaine...

  • Awards by Society for Young Singers

    RESULTS from the vocal section of the New Plymouth Competitions Society Inc, adjudicated by Olga Barrett, of Palmerston North: Scholarships: Radio Network under 10 years, Monique Mills 1, Jade Pearce-Young/Lyneche Simkin 2 equal; Taranaki Nuchem Ltd under 12 years, Courtney Muggeridge 1, Maxine Smith 2; Voice studio under 15 years; Simon Coles 1, Caitlin McKee 2, Paige Muggeridge 3; NP City...

  • Ncaa Basketball Roundup; Iowa Women Falter

    No. 12 Minnesota beat Iowa 80-68 on Sunday in Iowa City behind Liz Podominick's 13 points and a second-half scoring explosion. Jamie Broback and Natasha Williams chipped in 12 points each for the Gophers. Minnesota (13-4, 6-1) won by double-digits for the third straight game, despite trailing the Hawkeyes (12-7, 5-3) 37- 32 at halftime. It was the first time in Big Ten play this season that...

  • Ms. Carrie Walker

    entered into rest on Sunday, March 4, 2007 at University Hospital. Survivors are: daughter, Fannie (Erias) Calhoun; son, John (Patricia) Walker, Jr.; sisters; Irene (Freeman) Brown, Dophine Scott; nine grandchildren, Elaine Wade, Carol Adams, Cynthia Calhoun, Lynnette Deane, Sheri Calhoun, Natasha Abney, Crystal Williams, Gregory Walker, Daryl Williams and a host of other relatives and friends.

  • View Park Girls Win

    Sophomore guard Natasha Pruitt led the way with 25 points and fellow sophomore Taylor Williams had 12 points for the Lady Knights, who advanced to the Division V Southern California Regionals as the No. 4 seed and begin play tonight...

  • Mr. Earnest Ted Smith

    entered into rest on Sunday, May 24, 2009, in Doctor's Hospital. He served in the United States Army 22 years and upon retiring he was employed 20 years at General Dynamics as a Technical Instructor. He served for many years as a Psalmist, Care Group Leader, Adjutant, Deacon, Security, and Pastor at Living Word Christian Center in Augusta. Later, Ted and Evelyn joined Restoration Ministries...

  • List of Graduates

    San Gorgonio High School Ashley Dee Abarca, Valerie Micaela Abrego, Robert Michael Adams, Eddy Yoshua Aguilar, Stephany Aguilar, Jeremy Ray Allas, Monica Beatriz Alvarado, Andrew Anthony Alvarez, Patrick Donald Alvarez, Megan Kyrie Anderson, Christian Daniel Angeles, Veronica Yvonne Anguiano, Jose D. Aparicio, Brandin X. Aponte, Edwin Javier Aragon, Desiree Dene Armendariz, Christopher Avalos,...

  • Obituaries: ; Obit

    Obituaries Today Adkins, Leoma F. Anthony, Forest G. Beaver, Roger L. Browning, Kathy A. Collins, Wanda M. Crum, Patsy D. DeRaimo- Leffew, Lydia Dinsmore, Shirley J. Duncan, Roy Estep, Bobby J. Gillispie, Nathaniel J. Hudnall, Anna M. Jackson, Richard E. Jenkins, Carroll O. Jennings, Anise J. Lawhorn, Don W. Lightner, Ray W. Matherly, Margot A. McGhean, Rose E. Ong, David L. Pullen, Christopher G....

  • Obituaries: ; Obit

    Today's Obituaries Adkins, Leoma F. Anthony, Forest G. Beaver, Roger L. Browning, Kathy A. Collins, Wanda M. Crum, Patsy D. DeRaimo- Leffew, Lydia Dinsmore, Shirley J. Duncan, Roy Estep, Bobby J. Gillispie, Nathaniel J. Hudnall, Anna M. Jackson, Richard E. Jenkins, Carroll O. Jennings, Anise J. Lawhorn, Don W. Lightner, Ray W. Matherly, Margot A. McGhean, Rose E. Ong, David L. Pullen, Christopher ...

  • Mr. Earnest Ted Smith

    entered into rest on Sunday, May 24, 2009, in Doctor's Hospital. He served in the United States Army 22 years and upon retiring he was employed 20 years at General Dynamics as a Technical Instructor. He served for many years as a Psalmist, Care Group Leader, Adjutant, Deacon, Security, and Pastor at Living Word Christian Center in Augusta. Later Ted and Evelyn joined Restoration Ministries...