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Sheriff Roger L. Harris is pleased to announce that the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office and Animal Control Deputy Richard Samuels were recipients of the Humane Society’s “Humane Law Enforcement Award”.  Sheriff Harris noted that Deputy ACO Samuels was part of a task force that successfully concluded a year long, multi-state cockfighting ring centred in Wise County,
I am proud that military veterans are well represented in our sheriff’s office. More than one-third of our sworn officers and civilian employees have served their country earlier in their career or continue to serve in the reserves. All branches of
Sheriff Roger L. Harris Signing Unity Pledge
On Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 3:00 PM at the Old Courthouse, a pioneering event between the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office, Church Leaders and Community Leaders took place.  
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An income bridge can help early retirees cross the chasm to Social Security benefits.
The Arizona House gave initial approval Thursday to a bill allowing payday lenders to offer a new product after they were barred from operating in the state under a 2008 voter initiative.
The stock market largely shrugged off the Federal Communications Commission's vote to impose tougher rules on broadband providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T to prevent them from creating paid fast lanes for the Internet and slowing or blocking Web traffic.
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John and Diane Foley say the U.S. government and news media failed to do enough to save their son's life before he was beheaded by ISIS
The masked face of ISIS known as "Jihadi John" has been identified as Mohamed Emwazi. Mark Phillips has more on the 27-year-old college educated Londoner turned terrorist and executioner; and, two llamas paralyzed a Phoenix-area suburb Thursday, running amok as authorities chased them up and down streets. They were finally reined in with some good old fashioned cowboy lasso work.
Two llamas trotted, ran, and romped in Sun City, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. The epic chase lasted for more than 40 minutes. Watch CBSN's video for the full coverage.
Piles have turned into mountains for one company who is struggling to gets shipments out to consumers
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