A Michigan lawyer will lose his ability to practice law for three years due to a 2013 cocaine conviction, his fourth such offense.
A jury on Thursday found 41-year-old Anthony Casanova guilty of first-degree murder in Muskegon County Circuit Court.
Police say officers were called to the school and found the boy with a wound in his foot, as the bullet apparently entered the top of his foot and exited the bottom.
Police said the 18-month-old girl was outside for at least 45 minutes and was wearing only a diaper.
Muskegon County Sheriff Dean Roesler told The Muskegon Chronicle that the gas was created Friday afternoon by the release of a combination of chemicals at the park.
At least 25 people were showered off in the parking lot, while a hazardous materials response team, paramedics and firefighters were called to the park
In 1945, a letter was addressed to a western Michigan couple and mailed from a sergeant at an Army base in New York State.
The lighting supplier EarthTronics in Muskegon announced a line of new LEDs called EarthBulb designed to offer more than a 70 percent energy savings compared to halogen floodlights for hospitality, restaurant, long-term care and retail locations.
“I would do it for any creature … I’m just glad it had a happy ending.”
U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman did not suspend his decision while the Michigan attorney general pursues an appeal.