Text of Meghan McCain’s remarks at father’s service
Text of Meghan McCain's eulogy Saturday at Washington National Cathedral for her father, Sen. John McCain, as released by his office:
WILDWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Police in a New Jersey beach town have released body camera footage showing the violent arrest of a Philadelphia woman accused of underage drinking over the Memorial Day weekend.
A bystander posted video online showing a Wildwood police officer punching Emily Weinman in the head during the Saturday arrest. The 20-year-old woman faces several charges, including aggravated assault on a police officer.
William “Bill” Robert Jordan of Baraboo, formerly of Glendale, passed away peacefully on July 3, 2017, at St. Mary’s Hospital, at the age of 81.
Bill was born Dec. 23, 1935, to loving parents, William and Margaret Jordan. He was raised in the Milwaukee area and graduated from high school in 1953. Bill enlisted in the United States Navy in his early years and served until he was honorably discharged.
Man charged in hit-and-run that killed 1, injured 2
HERMITAGE, Tenn. (AP) — A man is accused of leaving the scene of a crash that killed one person and injured two others in Tennessee.
Metro Nashville Police say in a statement that 28-year-old Zachary Joseph Price was arrested Sunday and charged with vehicular homicide by intoxication, vehicular assault and leaving the scene of a fatal crash.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma man has been sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison for writing bad checks to buy more than $41,000 worth of postage stamps.
Robert Jordan Chiles pleaded guilty to last year to an embezzlement charge in connection with the scheme, which was investigated by the United States Postal Inspection Service. The 32-year-old Oklahoma City man was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in prison.
Feb. 15, 1917: HACHITA — Jose Inez Salazar threatened soon to raid an American city or town and kill all the American men, according to “Bunk” Spencer, the American negro, who, with his Mexican wife, are being held for ransom by Salazar’s forces at Ojitos.
Unions seek ouster of Southwest CEO after IT breakdown
DALLAS (AP) — Two major unions at Southwest Airlines are demanding that the carrier replace its CEO because of the technology outage that caused the airline to cancel or delay thousands of flights in July.
Technology experts are questioning whether Southwest fell short in designing and testing its computer systems.
A top Southwest executive told The Associated Press on Monday that the July 20 outage will cost the airline "into the tens of millions" of dollars —...