Daily Updates

January 27, 2014

In Other News, Jan. 27

 

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.

 
The same judge who sentenced Ed Forchion to nine months in jail in New Jersey for marijuana possession also lets him fly to California for 10 days each month to smoke marijuana. — UPI
 
A reliquary containing the blood of the late Pope John Paul II has been stolen from a small church in the mountains east of Rome. — ABC
 
Near the National Key Deer Refuge in the Lower Keys, Fla. on a sleepy street called Mango Lane, retired sheriff’s deputy Huey Gordon checked the waterway behind neighbor Doug Varrieur’s home for boat traffic. — Miami Herald
 
A 30-year-old man died while waiting 8 hours in an emergency waiting room at New York's St. Barnabas Hospital, his family said. — UPI
 
Gabi Rose wore maternity clothes for more than 12 years. Her weight, which bounced up and down around her four pregnancies, wasn’t just an aesthetic concern. She had frequent asthma attacks, broke an ankle several times, developed rosacea and noticed that her hair had stopped growing. — Fox 43
 
A student who walked into Standley Lake High School on Monday morning and set himself on fire in the school cafeteria is in critical condition at a local hospital. — The Denver Post

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