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The Pentagon's new F-35 has been described by a former Pentagon analyst as a "blow torch surrounded by fuel." At $1.4 trillion, that's that would be a lot of dough to burn. Al Jazeera has the story.
Martha Stewart sold the brand that bears her name to Sequential Brands Group for less than a fourth of what it was once worth. In 1999 when her company went public, the company was worth $2 billion. It sold yesterday for $353 million in cash, the Washington Post reported.
writes Christie Tate at NPR.
The Boy Scouts have ended their nation-wide ban on gay leaders, the New York Times reports.
Saturday, a man climbed to the roof of Maloney's bar and threw bricks from the roof, nearly hitting people on the sidewalk below, police reported this morning.
Witnesses alerted officers on foot patrol and assisted in spotting the man in the crowd.
Officers arrested Joseph Couther of Sagle, Idaho. He was charged with criminal endangerment, a felony, police said.
Butte police picked up Aaron Matt last Wednesday at about 5 pm. Mr. Matt had walked away from the Butte prerelease center. He was found lounging outside a room at Eddy's Motel in Butte.
Another man, Eric Cagle, walked away from the pre-release center on Wednesday, police said. He remains at large.
ABC FOX's Nessa Wright reported this evening that Butte police stopped two men carrying methamphetamine and crack cocaine with a street value of $50, 000. The stop was made on I-15 after federal and state authorities tipped local law enforcement that the two men might be in the area, Wright reported. Washington Post reported. Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
Butte's top law enforcement officials expressed concern yesterday that shifting plans for Evel Knievel Days could compromise public safety.
Undersheriff George Skuletich noted that street closures impact law enforcement's ability to respond to emergency calls. "We need to know where the closures are going to be, as does fire," he told reporters yesterday.
Sheriff Ed Lester hoped that the festival's plans could be clarified at a meeting of Butte-Silver Bow officials scheduled for this morning.
Robbie Knievel is grounded for this go around.
The record-setting motorcyclist won't jump at the proposed Park Street location because he can't be insured, local media reports.
Knievel's jump was to be a main attraction at the Evel Knievel Days festival this weekend.
Despite calls for an apology, Donald Trump stands by his claim that Senator John McCain is not a war hero, national news outlets report.
2016 presidential campaigns say they are being funded by small donors, but that isn't so says Politico.
While Butte officers were assisting probation and parole with a residence check, they found drug paraphernalia in one of the dwelling's bedrooms.
Michael Richotte, who was not on parole, told officers that some of the items were his.
He was rewarded for his honesty by being placed under arrest.
Mr. Richotte was taken into custody Thursday morning. He was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
When Butte police spotted Joseph Gray Thursday on the 800 block of South Utah, he made a run for it in his 2003 silver Ford pickup. After heading south on Wyoming, Gray left his truck, jumped a fence and hid in a bush in the yard of a residence on Wyoming, but to no avail. A neighbor pointed the yard out to police who took Gray into custody, police said.
Gray was charged with criminal mischief, theft of services and obstructing justice, the jail roster said. He played most of his career as an Oakland Raider. He was the NFL's MVP in 1974. He led the Raiders to a Super Bowl victory that year.
The New York Stock Exchange resumed trading this afternoon after trading ceased earlier in the day. Exchange officials said that the shutdown was not the result of a cyber attack.
Also today, the Wall Street Journal's home page went dark, and United Airlines canceled all of its flights because of computer problems, CNN reported.
April 3, 2014
A mid-afternoon accident at Galena and Montana left this car disabled in the intersection.
- Graffiti vandals strike west Galena
- Man hides Smith and Wesson in ladies toilet tank
- Breastfeeding and the workplace
- ATT tower stripped of copper wire and bracket
- Bat vs. Shovel
- Policing Evel
- Belongings worth $300,000 believed stolen
- Spanky Jr. spanks world record
- Evel better than therapy
- Perdue-Dolan denied