New York college studentscharged after dog’s beer photo
BROCKPORT, N.Y. — Authoritiessay two students at a New York statecollege were charged with animalabuse after a dog was held upsidedown over a keg and forced to drinkbeer.Police say one of the College atBrockport students held the blackLabrador retriever over a keg andapparently forced the animal todrink from the tap during an off-cam-pus party Saturday at a house in thevillage, located 17 miles west of Rochester.Another student took a photo andposted it on a Twitter account featur-ing stories and pictures from partiesthrown by students enrolled at statecolleges in New York.The two men, both 20, werecharged with torturing and injuringan animal. They were issued appear-ance tickets for town court.The dog was taken by the local dogwarden.
Upstate New York girl,5,spends day at wrong school
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Officialsat an upstate New York school dis-trict say a kindergartner spent a dayat the wrong school after getting onthe wrong bus.Schenectady city school districtofficials say the series of mistakesbegan Wednesday morning when the5-year-old girl boarded the wrongbus, which was driven by a substitutedriver.At the school, teachers wereexpecting a new first-grader andasked the girl if she was that student.The girl said she was and spent theday answering to the no-show first-grader’s name.The mistake wasn’t discovereduntil the kindergartner’s mothercalled her school to report that herdaughter didn’t get off the bus thatafternoon. School officials say theylocated her a short time later.The district says it’s re-examiningits bus and new student procedures.
Police:Sick man lived with dead wife for days
JOHNSTON, R.I. — Rhode Islandauthorities say a 71-year-old manwith Alzheimer’s disease and demen-tia had lived with his dead wife’sbody for at least two days beforeofficials entered the home this week.Police in Johnston say the man’s67-year-old wife died a few days agoand he wasn’t aware that she hadpassed. Authorities say there were nosigns of foul play.Authorities say the man called theFire Department on Wednesday andofficials found the woman’s bodyand a dead dog. The home was con-demned because of what authoritiescalled deplorable living conditions.The man was taken to a hospitalfor an evaluation and officials weretrying to contact his family. Themedical examiner’s office is investi-gating how the woman died.
Search on for biting suspect in parking spot brawl
CHERRYHILL, N.J. — The searchis on for a woman suspected of bit-ing another woman’s finger amid adispute over a parking spot at asouthern New Jersey mall.Police are still trying to identifythe woman who bit Tonya Knight-Joseph’s finger outside the CherryHill Mall on Saturday.The 42-year-old Philadelphia resi-dent says she was arguing with twowomen who accused her of stealingtheir parking space when oneattacked her.Knight-Joseph says the attackerwas cursing, yelling, getting in herface and hitting her. Then, thewoman bit her finger, nearly sever-ing it. That was “game over,” inKnight-Joseph’s words.She says hospital workers whotook X-rays couldn’t believe the bitewas caused by a human.Police have released an image of the suspect. They say she could faceaggravated assault charges.
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, New York’s first St. Patrick’s Day parade tookplace.
, Victor Emmanuel II was proclaimed the firstking of a united Italy.
, President Theodore Roosevelt first likened cru-sading journalists to a man with “the muckrake in hishand” in a speech to the Gridiron Club in Washington.
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, scientists at the University of California atBerkeley announced they had created a new radioactive ele-ment, “californium.”
, the Dalai Lama fled Tibet for India in the wake of a failed uprising by Tibetans against Chinese rule.
, a U.S. midget submarine located a missinghydrogen bomb which had fallen from an Americanbomber into the Mediterranean off Spain.
, Golda Meir became prime minister of Israel.
, the United States cast its first veto in the U.N.Security Council. (The U.S. killed a resolution that wouldhave condemned Britain for failure to use force to over-throw the white-ruled government of Rhodesia.)
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