The News Review:
- ‘Tijuana Tornado’ aims to be city’s idol
- Four charged with looting during Hurricane Ike
- Ky. AG settles investigation into high gas prices
‘Tijuana Tornado’ aims to be city’s idol
San Diego Union Tribune CA
I just wish he was here to enjoy what I’m enjoying. ? Manuel would take pleasure in witnessing the so-called ?Tijuana Tornado? enter the ring tomorrow night to defend his World Boxing Association welterweight title against Shane Mosley at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. ?He’ll be there? Margarito said about Manuel. Margarito (37-5 27 Ks) can’t explain how he mustered the strength to fight the day after his brother’s slaying. The case remains unsolved and is one of hundreds of homicides in violent drug-ravaged Tijuana each year. Tension in the city is palpable.
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Four charged with looting during Hurricane Ike
Shreveport Times LA
Two of the four in custody are assisting with the investigation. “If we have to come looking for you it will be too late” Womack said. The liquor store and bar located on U. Highway 84 west of Mansfield was broken into in early September when Hurricane Ike moved through the area causing power outages. The burglars said Womack took advantage of the power loss that disrupted the store’s alarm and video system. An estimated $28000 to $30000 in merchandise including tobacco products alcohol and cash were stolen.
Ky. AG settles investigation into high gas prices
Gas prices in Kentucky spiked as Hurricane Ike bore down on the Texas coast prompting Gov. Steve Beshear to declare a state of emergency triggering the state’s anti-price gouging law. Conway said prosecutors are negotiating a settlement with an eighth station but refused to give any details. None of the gas stations who settled admitted to any wrongdoing or guilt.