07 December 2019


Antwaun Woods becomes second Cowboys' weed arrest in a month (1)
By Howie Kussoy The Cowboys are acting just like it's the '90s - minus the Super Bowl rings. Dallas' defensive tackle Antwaun Woods became the team's second player arrested for marijuana possession in just over a month, and was also charged Tuesday with evidence tampering, according to multiple reports. Woods was stopped for speeding, and found with between two and four ounces of marijuana.
No. 3 Clemson, No. 22 Virginia vying for ACC championship (1)
Dec. 5, 2019 at 12:02 pm Updated Dec. 5, 2019 at 12:03 pm Back to story Restart gallery More Photo Galleries Photos: UW men host South Dakota Photos: Seahawks take over 1st place after win against Vikings Photos: UW Huskies beat WSU Cougars 31-13 in 112th Apple Cup By The Associated Press The Associated Press No. 22 Virginia (9-3, 6-2 ACC) vs.
Oval Four convictions overturned 47 years after men framed by corrupt detective (1)
Winston Trew, Sterling Christie, George Griffiths and Constantine "Omar" Boucher became known as the Oval Four after they were wrongfully accused of stealing handbags at Oval Underground station in 1972 Share Comments By Sam Tobin 13:17, 5 DEC 2019 Updated13:21, 5 DEC 2019 News Winston Trew was one of the men who served jail terms for a mugging in 1972 (Image: PA) Get the biggest daily news stories by email Subscribe
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