U.N. finds fault with execution of German brothers

June 28, 2001 THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The United States violated the rights of Germany and two of its citizens when it denied the condemned brothers access to their consulate before executing them in 1999

Triple wedding bonds family

June 28, 2001 MARLINTON, W.Va. (AP) - Gary Sharp wants to be a best man, a groom and a father of the bride - all in the same day.

Paula Poundstone arrested, charged, bond $200,000

June 28, 2001 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone was arrested and charged with child endangerment and committing a lewd act on a young girl, the district attorney's office said.

Dole’s condition good

June 28, 2001 CLEVELAND (AP) - Former Sen. Bob Dole was in good condition today following an experimental procedure to treat an aneurysm, hospital officials said.

Two injured, one seriously, in wreck

June 26, 2001 CAVE CITY - A 2-vehicle accident at 9:36 p.m. Sunday about two miles west of Cave City on West Center Street injured two people, one seriously, said Arkansas State Trooper Phillip Pickett.

Park, fire station discussed

June 26, 2001 MAGNESS - Mitzi Morris of White River Planning and Development District addressed the Magness Town Council during a special meeting Monday concerning implementation of a state grant for improving t