Friday, January 11, 2002
h The 838th Military Police Company will be the first National Guard unit in the United States to have humvees when it takes delivery of 29 of them Jan. 22 at the Christy Armory, 475 Victoria Road, Austintown.
UUnleashed to its full potential, bioterrorism poses an overwhelming threat to our national security, Dr. John Venglarcik, chief of pediatric infectious diseases at Forum Health Tod Children's Hospital, said.
UContractors have plucked up to 600 illegal immigrants off street corners to scrub potentially toxic dust out of buildings near the World Trade Center -- without giving the workers safety training or protective equipment, the New York Daily News has learned. The office of state Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is investigating labor law violations alleged to have been committed by several cleaning companies near the disaster site.
UA man accused of falsely telling co-workers that his sister died in the World Trade Center attack has been indicted on a felony theft charge.