March 21, 2014

In Other News, March 21


Editor’s note: “In Other News” is a list of state, national and global headlines compiled by The Daily Citizen news staff. To suggest a story, email the appropriate link to inothernews@daltoncitizen.com. The deadline is 3 p.m.



Johnny Cash’s great-niece stabbed to death

Authorities in Middle Tennessee say the great-niece of singer Johnny Cash has been found stabbed to death and stuffed in a box in a house. — Fox News



Priest’s amazing skill set helps free inmate

He’s been a priest, a nurse and an attorney — but nothing could prepare Neil Kookoothe for what he discovered when he dipped into the case files of death row inmate Joe D’Ambrosio. — CNN



Teacher accused of sex with student at Waffle House

A judge granted bond, set at $50,000 in cash, to a former Georgia teacher charged with having sex with several students. The judge set bond for Lori Quigley for all three counts she faces. — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



Memphis mortgage crisis — a sign of things to come?

Foreclosures and a rise in vandalism and crime in one Memphis, Tenn., neighborhood could be a warning for the rest of the nation. Could a mortgage crisis be the next hit to the economy? — Bloomberg



Stolen Rembrant recovered after 15 years

Two men were arrested and a Rembrant painting was recovered this week. The painting had been missing since a mysterious museum theft took place in 1999, shocking the art world. The value of the painting is estimated at $4.4 million. — BBC



Reporters and politicians — working hand-in-hand?

The media and the government are often portrayed as two entities that don’t often get along, but Sharyl Attkisson, a CBS reporter who claimed the White House screens media questions, said coordination between politicians and reporters occurs more often than people realize. — CBS



Rare photos of Lincoln funeral procession found?

A Maryland man says he's discovered lost photos of President Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in New York City dated 1865. — Fox News