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November 20th, 2014
LITTLE ROCK â€” Arkansas prosecutors have charged champion middleweight boxer Jermain Taylor in a shooting at his home.
The media reports the 36-year-old Little Rock native was charged Wednesday with first-degree battery and first-degree terroristic threatening. If convicted, he faces up to 26 years in prison.
Pulaski County sheriff's deputies say Taylor shot his 41-year-old cousin, Tyrone DaWayne Hinton of Jacksonville, at Taylor's home in Maumelle on August 26. Deputies say Hinton was wounded on his "lower extremities."
CHICAGO â€” Assistant Chicago Fire Department Commissioner Michael Fox says the pilot in asmallÂ planeÂ crash has died.
The small twin-engine cargo planeÂ crashed into a home Tuesday, plunging into the basement but leaving the bungalow's two residents unhurt.
Fox did not identify the pilot but says emergency crews are trying to recover the body from the wreckage.
The pilot of the Aero Commander 500 had just taken off from nearby Midway International Airport when he reported engine trouble around 2:40 a.m. and asked to return to the airport.
LUXORA â€” Police in northeast Arkansas are investigating the theft of more than $3,000 worth of meat from a food pantry.
Luxora Police Chief Albert Wright tells KAIT-TV someone smashed a hole in a wall of the God's Angel Ministry Food Pantry last week. Thirty pounds of beef, 20 pounds of chicken and a variety of other meats were reported stolen.
Volunteer Donnice Haymon says the food would have helped feed hungry families on Thanksgiving and would have kept the pantry stocked through January. She says cans of green beans, corn and other vegetables weren't taken.