Friday, January 29th, 2016
After 2010 high court race, justice wed a top donor - Arkansas Online
— Arkansas Online After 2010 high court race, justice wed a top donor Arkansas Online The race pitted young Appeals Court Judge Courtney Henry of Fayetteville against a more experienced opponent, Circuit Judge John Fogleman of Marion. Henry raised more money than Fogleman — about $574,000 to Fogleman's $345,000, records show. and more »
Jonesboro city council ordered to reconsider rezoning decision - KSLA-TV
— Jonesboro city council ordered to reconsider rezoning decision KSLA-TV Judge John Fogleman of West Memphis ordered that the case be reversed and remanded the city council. “This court only has the power to meddle in the affairs of the City of Jonesboro when it acts in an arbitrary, capricious or unreasonable manner,” he said.
Tulane women pull away to top East Carolina - The Advocate
— Tulane women pull away to top East Carolina The Advocate The two combined for 45 points and helped Tulane fend off the Pirates down the stretch, as the Green Wave took a 78-73 American Athletic Conference victory at Fogleman Arena. “I'm really proud of how our team handled the last five minutes of (the ... and more »
Karaoke den Walt's Inn fights to keep its patrons singing - Baltimore Sun
— Baltimore Sun Karaoke den Walt's Inn fights to keep its patrons singing Baltimore Sun Stephan Fogleman , Watnoski's attorney who previously served as the liquor board's chairman, said it's likely no one noticed the bar wasn't technically allowed to host karaoke because it was in compliance otherwise. "They weren't on our radar, they ...
Randleman: Keith Fogleman, Ward 4 - Asheboro Courier Tribune
— Randleman: Keith Fogleman , Ward 4 Asheboro Courier Tribune RANDLEMAN — Keith Fogleman is retired now and is running for the Ward 4 seat currently held by Ray Hudson. He said he would like to see the city help its seniors more. He said he would “make the Stout Street Park a park that our citizens, especially ... and more »
Prosecutor Will Not Retry Lewis Fogle, Man Freed by DNA After 34 Years in Jail - NBCNews.com
— NBCNews.com Prosecutor Will Not Retry Lewis Fogle, Man Freed by DNA After 34 Years in Jail NBCNews.com A Pennsylvania prosecutor will not retry a man who served 34 years in prison for rape and murder before new DNA tests won his release. Lewis Fogle's case was championed by the Innocence Project, which pushed for new testing of the physical evidence ... and more »
Police: Crime incidents decrease in 2015 - Shelbyville Daily Union
— Police: Crime incidents decrease in 2015 Shelbyville Daily Union "I want to clarify that the TIF committee agreed not to spend money for purchases of property, but this request meets the TIF criteria because this is an existing business looking to expand," said Commissioner Brent Fogleman , who also sits on the TIF ...
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