• Devil's Bend claims two young lives

    A late night spin along Old Upper Thomson Road came to a screeching halt when a Mitsubishi Lancer carrying four students crashed, claiming two young lives. Three of the students were from Nanyang Polytechnic and one from Republic Polytechnic. Dong Tianzhao with the report.

    published: 01 Feb 2008
  • Lawsuit claims South Bend, IN police officers used excessive force

    Lawsuit claims South Bend police used excessive force Originally printed at http://www.abc57.com/home/top-stories/Lawsuit-claims-South-Bend-Police-used-excessive-force-184980491.html By Judi Lykowski jlykowski@abc57.com December 27, 2012 SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The city of South Bend is facing a lawsuit involving three city police officers that are accused of using excessive force to remove a 71-year-old man from an Amtrak train in 2008 of New Year's Eve. The city of South Bend tried to have the case thrown out, but a federal judge says it will go to trial. The acting city attorney said those officers acted reasonably based on the facts at the time. Clifford Rosen, 71, says the South Bend Police officers shot him with a taser and used excessive force to remove him from the Amtrak train ...

    published: 11 Nov 2013
  • SAN JAC CLAIMS ICONIC HOME IN MAGNOLIA BEND CONROE, TX

    Video credit: Darrel Worley

    published: 22 Apr 2016
  • Fort Bend Marshall Drops Baton as Lancaster claims Texas 5A Mile Relay State Championship 2016

    Texas State Track Meet 5A Mile Relay Final 2016 Fort Bend Marshall Anchor Leg drops the baton & Lancaster soars to Victory. 1. 3:12.28a : Lancaster Gabriel Peterson Jordan Hollis Stadrian Taylor Keenan Ivy 2. 3:14.32a : Temple Isaac Cole Xavier Johnson Carlos Borbon Jemiyah Franklin 3. 3:15.51a : Mansfield Timberview Chuck Harris Lamarque Tre Davis Joshua Armstead Trayvonne Armstead 4. 3:16.42a : Ft Worth Arlington Hts Deion Griffin Tariq Woolen Francis Odubasa George Richardson 5. 3:16.70a " Richmond George Ranch Cory Gorman Jayson Baldridge Leroy Franklin Champion Allison 6. 3:21.27a: El Paso Burges 7. 3:22.18a: Bastrop 8. 3:22.69a: Sharyland Pioneer 9. 3:25.54a: Fort Bend Marshall

    published: 14 May 2016
  • South Bend Personal Injury Lawyer | Insurance Claims | South Bend, IN

    Tired of insurance companies giving you the runaround after an accident? South Bend attorney, Robert Boughter, can fight the insurance companies so you don't have to. http://www.boughterlaw.com

    published: 11 Apr 2016
  • Head-on crash in South Bend Township claims 5th victim

    Kent Smith, 34, of Elderton, died after a collision on Route 156 in Armstrong County. He was a passenger in a car driven by Crystal Kelly, 41, who also died.

    published: 18 Apr 2014
  • Lawsuit claims South Bend Police used excessive force

    Lawsuit claims South Bend police used excessive force Originally printed at http://www.abc57.com/home/top-stories/Lawsuit-claims-South-Bend-Police-used-excessive-force-184980491.html By Judi Lykowski December 27, 2012 SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The city of South Bend is facing a lawsuit involving three city police officers who are accused of using excessive force to remove a 71-year-old man from an Amtrak train in 2008 of New Year's Eve. The city of South Bend tried to have the case thrown out, but a federal judge says it will go to trial. The acting city attorney said those officers acted reasonably based on the facts at the time. Clifford Rosen, 71, says the South Bend Police officers shot him with a taser and used excessive force to remove him from the Amtrak train in which he and his ...

    published: 13 Oct 2013
  • Claims and Your Business Liability Insurance - Attorneys Wharton Fort Bend County TX

    Call toll free 800-929-1725 and visit http://wphk-law.com. In this video, Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about many of the issues that you should be aware of if a claim is made against your business and you carry a business liability insurance policy. If you have questions, please call 800-929-1725 for an appointment at any of our offices. We serve clients from three offices in Wharton County and in Fort Bend County, Texas. Contact any of our three offices: Wadler, Perches Hundl & Kerlick 101 West Burleson St. Wharton, TX 77488 979-532-3871 http://wphk-law.com Secondary phone: 800-929-1725 Fax: 979-532-3508 Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick 210 South Third Street Richmond, TX 77469 Phone: 281-391-4332 http://wphk-law.com/offices/wadler-perches-hundl-kerlick-richmond-tx/ Secondary phone: 8...

    published: 23 Oct 2015
  • House fire claims two lives in South Bend

    The latest on a deadly early morning fire in South Bend that has claimed two lives.

    published: 20 Jul 2014
  • The Roundup - Chad Chadwick claims abuse by Fort Bend County deputies

     

    published: 28 Dec 2014
Devil's Bend claims two young lives

Devil's Bend claims two young lives

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  • Updated: 01 Feb 2008
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A late night spin along Old Upper Thomson Road came to a screeching halt when a Mitsubishi Lancer carrying four students crashed, claiming two young lives. Three of the students were from Nanyang Polytechnic and one from Republic Polytechnic. Dong Tianzhao with the report.
https://wn.com/Devil's_Bend_Claims_Two_Young_Lives
Lawsuit claims South Bend, IN police officers used excessive force

Lawsuit claims South Bend, IN police officers used excessive force

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  • Updated: 11 Nov 2013
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Lawsuit claims South Bend police used excessive force Originally printed at http://www.abc57.com/home/top-stories/Lawsuit-claims-South-Bend-Police-used-excessive-force-184980491.html By Judi Lykowski jlykowski@abc57.com December 27, 2012 SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The city of South Bend is facing a lawsuit involving three city police officers that are accused of using excessive force to remove a 71-year-old man from an Amtrak train in 2008 of New Year's Eve. The city of South Bend tried to have the case thrown out, but a federal judge says it will go to trial. The acting city attorney said those officers acted reasonably based on the facts at the time. Clifford Rosen, 71, says the South Bend Police officers shot him with a taser and used excessive force to remove him from the Amtrak train in which he and his wife were traveling on in 2008. South Bend attorney Stan Wruble is representing the Rosens who are suing the city and three of its police officers. The three officers named in the lawsuit are Jason King, Christopher Slager and Andrew Witt. ABC 57 has learned that Jason King no longer employed by the South Bend Police Department. Rosen, a Parkinson's patient, was so persistent about finding out when dinner would be served, Amtrak staff called the police to remove him from the train as they were passing through South Bend. "The officers continued to yank his arm behind his back, the stomped on his back. They punched him in the back and the ultimately tasered him three times all while being in a small train berth compartment," said Wruble. "My clients want to make sure that no one else's grandfather or father or anyone for that matter is illegally detained, unlawfully arrested and is tasered three times for no rule or reason." Aladean DeRose, the Interim City Attorney, was not available to go on camera about this case but did issue this statement about the lawsuit: "The facts from the city's perspective indicate Mr. Rosen acted inappropriately and the police responded reasonably under the circumstances existing at that time." Wruble says his rebuttal to the city's statement is the jury will decide how reasonably the officers were really acting. A trial date has not been set. At this point it is unclear if the case will be heard in the United States District Court in South Bend or in Hammond where the lawsuit was originally filed.
https://wn.com/Lawsuit_Claims_South_Bend,_In_Police_Officers_Used_Excessive_Force
SAN JAC CLAIMS ICONIC HOME IN MAGNOLIA BEND CONROE, TX

SAN JAC CLAIMS ICONIC HOME IN MAGNOLIA BEND CONROE, TX

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2016
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Video credit: Darrel Worley
https://wn.com/San_Jac_Claims_Iconic_Home_In_Magnolia_Bend_Conroe,_Tx
Fort Bend Marshall Drops Baton as Lancaster claims Texas 5A Mile Relay State Championship 2016

Fort Bend Marshall Drops Baton as Lancaster claims Texas 5A Mile Relay State Championship 2016

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  • Updated: 14 May 2016
  • views: 1427
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Texas State Track Meet 5A Mile Relay Final 2016 Fort Bend Marshall Anchor Leg drops the baton & Lancaster soars to Victory. 1. 3:12.28a : Lancaster Gabriel Peterson Jordan Hollis Stadrian Taylor Keenan Ivy 2. 3:14.32a : Temple Isaac Cole Xavier Johnson Carlos Borbon Jemiyah Franklin 3. 3:15.51a : Mansfield Timberview Chuck Harris Lamarque Tre Davis Joshua Armstead Trayvonne Armstead 4. 3:16.42a : Ft Worth Arlington Hts Deion Griffin Tariq Woolen Francis Odubasa George Richardson 5. 3:16.70a " Richmond George Ranch Cory Gorman Jayson Baldridge Leroy Franklin Champion Allison 6. 3:21.27a: El Paso Burges 7. 3:22.18a: Bastrop 8. 3:22.69a: Sharyland Pioneer 9. 3:25.54a: Fort Bend Marshall
https://wn.com/Fort_Bend_Marshall_Drops_Baton_As_Lancaster_Claims_Texas_5A_Mile_Relay_State_Championship_2016
South Bend Personal Injury Lawyer | Insurance Claims | South Bend, IN

South Bend Personal Injury Lawyer | Insurance Claims | South Bend, IN

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  • Duration: 0:31
  • Updated: 11 Apr 2016
  • views: 23
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Tired of insurance companies giving you the runaround after an accident? South Bend attorney, Robert Boughter, can fight the insurance companies so you don't have to. http://www.boughterlaw.com
https://wn.com/South_Bend_Personal_Injury_Lawyer_|_Insurance_Claims_|_South_Bend,_In
Head-on crash in South Bend Township claims 5th victim

Head-on crash in South Bend Township claims 5th victim

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  • Updated: 18 Apr 2014
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Kent Smith, 34, of Elderton, died after a collision on Route 156 in Armstrong County. He was a passenger in a car driven by Crystal Kelly, 41, who also died.
https://wn.com/Head_On_Crash_In_South_Bend_Township_Claims_5Th_Victim
Lawsuit claims South Bend Police used excessive force

Lawsuit claims South Bend Police used excessive force

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  • Duration: 1:56
  • Updated: 13 Oct 2013
  • views: 957
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Lawsuit claims South Bend police used excessive force Originally printed at http://www.abc57.com/home/top-stories/Lawsuit-claims-South-Bend-Police-used-excessive-force-184980491.html By Judi Lykowski December 27, 2012 SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The city of South Bend is facing a lawsuit involving three city police officers who are accused of using excessive force to remove a 71-year-old man from an Amtrak train in 2008 of New Year's Eve. The city of South Bend tried to have the case thrown out, but a federal judge says it will go to trial. The acting city attorney said those officers acted reasonably based on the facts at the time. Clifford Rosen, 71, says the South Bend Police officers shot him with a taser and used excessive force to remove him from the Amtrak train in which he and his wife were traveling on in 2008. South Bend attorney Stan Wruble is representing the Rosens who are suing the city and three of its police officers. The three officers named in the lawsuit are Jason King, Christopher Slager and Andrew Witt. ABC 57 has learned that Jason King is no longer employed by the South Bend Police Department. Rosen, a Parkinson's patient, was so persistent about finding out when dinner would be served, Amtrak staff called the police to remove him from the train as they were passing through South Bend. "The officers continued to yank his arm behind his back, the stomped on his back. They punched him in the back and the ultimately tasered him three times all while being in a small train berth compartment," said Wruble. "My clients want to make sure that no one else's grandfather or father or anyone for that matter is illegally detained, unlawfully arrested and is tasered three times for no rule or reason." Aladean DeRose, the Interim City Attorney, was not available to go on camera about this case but did issue this statement about the lawsuit: "The facts from the city's perspective indicate Mr. Rosen acted inappropriately and the police responded reasonably under the circumstances existing at that time." Wruble says his rebuttal to the city's statement is the jury will decide how reasonably the officers were really acting. A trial date has not been set. At this point it is unclear if the case will be heard in the United States District Court in South Bend or in Hammond where the lawsuit was originally filed.
https://wn.com/Lawsuit_Claims_South_Bend_Police_Used_Excessive_Force
Claims and Your Business Liability Insurance - Attorneys Wharton Fort Bend County TX

Claims and Your Business Liability Insurance - Attorneys Wharton Fort Bend County TX

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2015
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Call toll free 800-929-1725 and visit http://wphk-law.com. In this video, Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about many of the issues that you should be aware of if a claim is made against your business and you carry a business liability insurance policy. If you have questions, please call 800-929-1725 for an appointment at any of our offices. We serve clients from three offices in Wharton County and in Fort Bend County, Texas. Contact any of our three offices: Wadler, Perches Hundl & Kerlick 101 West Burleson St. Wharton, TX 77488 979-532-3871 http://wphk-law.com Secondary phone: 800-929-1725 Fax: 979-532-3508 Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick 210 South Third Street Richmond, TX 77469 Phone: 281-391-4332 http://wphk-law.com/offices/wadler-perches-hundl-kerlick-richmond-tx/ Secondary phone: 800-929-1725 Fax: 979-532-3508 Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick 118 W. Jackson, Suite A El Campo, TX 77437 979-543-5335 http://wphk-law.com/offices/wadler-perches-hundl-kerlick-el-campo-tx/ Secondary phone: 800-929-1725 Fax: 979-532-3508
https://wn.com/Claims_And_Your_Business_Liability_Insurance_Attorneys_Wharton_Fort_Bend_County_Tx
House fire claims two lives in South Bend

House fire claims two lives in South Bend

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  • Updated: 20 Jul 2014
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The latest on a deadly early morning fire in South Bend that has claimed two lives.
https://wn.com/House_Fire_Claims_Two_Lives_In_South_Bend
The Roundup - Chad Chadwick claims abuse by Fort Bend County deputies

The Roundup - Chad Chadwick claims abuse by Fort Bend County deputies

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  • Updated: 28 Dec 2014
  • views: 225
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https://wn.com/The_Roundup_Chad_Chadwick_Claims_Abuse_By_Fort_Bend_County_Deputies