Crime

F. Glenn Miller Jr. will stand trial in Jewish center killings

After a day and a half of preliminary hearing testimony, District Judge Kelly Ryan found that prosecutors had established probable cause to try Miller for capital murder and five other felony counts related to the April 13, 2014, rampage. Miller, 74, allegedly drove from southwest Missouri to Johnson County to kill Jewish people. Three victims, all Christians, ended up dead.

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Target plans $2 billion in cost cuts over the next two years

The goal is to make the Minneapolis-based discounter more agile to compete in an increasingly competitive landscape and appeal to shoppers who are buying and researching on their mobile devices. As part of the plan, Target will eliminate several thousand positions, primarily at its corporate headquarters.

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Twitter Tuesday: Trading Houston, hyping Dozier and appreciating Ned (sort of)

This is that time of year where Joe Lunardi brings his Gene Keady hairdo to your television screen during every ESPN game, making up news by telling you which team is out and which team is in, which team has a No. 2 seed, which is a No. 3 seed, and always couching it by telling you this is how it is at the moment, not necessarily an hour from now or tomorrow or heaven forbid next Sunday when it counts.

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Nickelback rains hits upon modest-sized Sprint Center crowd, with less flash and flair

Numbers don’t lie; they just arrive and spill the truth. In 2010, Billboard named Nickelback the band of the first decade of the millennium, based on album sales and concert grosses. Less than five years later, the numbers tell a different story. Monday night, Nickelback headlined a show at the Sprint Center, an arena the band is accustomed to filling. But this time, instead of drawing a crowd in excess of 16,000, as it has in the past, Nickelback drew about 7,000
 
 

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