The Daily Press http://www.am-news.com http://www.am-news.com/apfeed.xml--1 Blackfoot Morning News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-12-25T23:09:17-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:10005Wisconsin boys dial 911 in search of Santa 2014-12-25T23:09:17-05:002014-12-25T23:09:17-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsThe boys, ages 3 and 6, thought the best way to get in touch with the North Pole was by phone. And for youngsters of that age, their Christmas lists could be considered an emergency.So, the brothers used their Dad's cellphone to place a 911 call, hoping to be connected with the North Pole and the big guy himself.The Beaver Dam Daily Citizen says that brought police to their Mayville home where officers gave the boys some advice. If you want to talk to Santa, do it in person.Mayville is 50 miles northwest of Milwaukee.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWSWisconsin boys dial 911 in search of Santa Blackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:10005Change0Usable2014-12-25T23:09:17-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:100042 killed in Christmas crash2014-12-25T19:00:36-05:002014-12-25T19:00:36-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsRachel Hollibaugh, 38, of Dietrich, Idaho, died at the scene late Christmas morning as did her 14-year-old daughter, Tanessa Hollibaugh. The Idaho State Police said the five injured children were taken to a Pocatello hospital.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWS2 killed in Christmas crashBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:10004Change0Usable2014-12-25T19:00:36-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9995Woman drops cocaine in police station 2014-12-23T22:35:51-05:002014-12-23T22:35:51-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsUniontown police say 23-year-old Savannah Turachak, of Lemont Furnace, was patted down for weapons but not otherwise searched when she was brought to the station Nov. 19. That's because police were just citing and releasing her.But police say Turachak returned moments later to report being harassed by someone and, in the process, fluffed her shirt to straighten it out — and the drugs fell out.Surveillance video shows she tried to pick up the bag but instead left it when three other people walked in. Police found it a short time later and charged her.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWSWoman drops cocaine in police station Blackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9995Change0Usable2014-12-23T22:35:51-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9994Last minute shoppers2014-12-23T18:26:13-05:002014-12-23T18:26:13-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsFor more on this story see tomorrows Morning News paper or e-edition.Blackfoot, IDLiSA LETELast minute shoppersBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9994Change0Usable2014-12-23T18:26:13-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:999310 things you need to know today2014-12-23T13:06:05-05:002014-12-23T13:06:05-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsThe Associated PressYour daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. N KOREA INTERNET SERVICE RETURNS AFTER OUTAGEKey North Korean websites are back online after an hours-long shutdown that followed a U.S. vow to respond to a cyberattack on Sony Pictures that Washington blames on Pyongyang.2. NYC MAYOR CALLS FOR PAUSE IN PROTESTSBill de Blasio, accused of creating mistrust that contributed to the execution of two officers, said it's time to support grieving families.3. WHAT NEUROSCIENTISTS SAY ABOUT TORTURE'S EFFECTSThe harsh techniques the CIA used to interrogate terrorism suspects can leave long-term psychological scars, the scientists say.4. DESPITE CHILD LABOR LAWS, SOME 500,000 HONDURAN KIDS WORKAbout 15 percent of the youth population can be seen around Tegucigalpa filling bags of sand to sell, unloading trucks in the central market, peddling gum and cigarettes — or drugs.5. THE BIG ISSUES OBAMA TACKLED IN 2014The president made major moves on immigration, climate change and U.S.-Cuba relations, but also angered the GOP and suffered a crushing midterm election defeat.6. WHY FORMER COP WASN'T CHARGED IN SHOOTINGA white Milwaukee police officer who was fired after the fatal shooting of a mentally ill black man in April won't face criminal charges, as prosecutors say he shot in self-defense.7. WHO THE POPE ACCUSED OF 'SPIRITUAL ALZHEIMER'S'Francis issues a blistering critique of Vatican bureaucracy, saying some lust for power while living hypocritical lives.8. AT 89, NO CONFESSION TO 50-YEAR-OLD KILLINGSEdgar Ray Killen, convicted in 2005 of the slayings of three civil rights workers, tells the AP he's a segregationist but bears no ill will toward blacks.9. SANDRA THE ORANGUTAN GRANTED BASIC RIGHTSThe ape's attorney says the unprecedented ruling paves the way for the animal to be moved into a sanctuary after spending 20 years at the Buenos Aires Zoo.10. WHICH SPORTS STORY TOPS AP'S YEAR-END LISTBlackfoot, IDNo author available10 things you need to know todayBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9993Change0Usable2014-12-23T13:06:05-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9991Firth students make gingerbread cookies2014-12-22T23:53:03-05:002014-12-22T23:53:03-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsBlackfoot, IDNo author availableFirth students make gingerbread cookiesBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9991Change0Usable2014-12-22T23:53:03-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9990Harvard professor apologizes to Chinese restaurant for rant 2014-12-22T15:37:11-05:002014-12-22T15:37:11-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsAssociate professor Benjamin Edelman posted a message on his personal website saying that his lengthy emails with Sichuan Garden's management were "out of line" and that he has reached out to the restaurant to apologize.Edelman complained to the Brookline restaurant after it charged him $1 more on each of the four items he ordered for takeout recently.The restaurant acknowledged the prices listed on its website were out of date and promised to update them soon.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWSHarvard professor apologizes to Chinese restaurant for rant Blackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9990Change0Usable2014-12-22T15:37:11-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9989VIDEO OF THE DAY: Good Things - Unforgettable Holiday Cookies2014-12-22T12:41:52-05:002014-12-22T12:41:52-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning News<div class="ndn_embed" data-config-widget-id="2" style="width:390px;height:219px" data-config-type="VideoPlayer/Single" data-config-tracking-group="90711" data-config-playlist-id="13434" data-config-video-id="28272861" data-config-site-section="horizon"></div>Blackfoot, IDNo author availableVIDEO OF THE DAY: Good Things - Unforgettable Holiday CookiesBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9989Change0Usable2014-12-22T12:41:52-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9987Senior project is fundraiser to help pay for therapy2014-12-21T20:41:56-05:002014-12-21T20:41:56-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsBlackfoot, IDNo author availableSenior project is fundraiser to help pay for therapyBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9987Change0Usable2014-12-21T20:41:56-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:9985Blackfoot firemen conduct Operation Warm2014-12-20T01:11:35-05:002014-12-20T01:11:35-05:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsBlackfoot, IDNo author availableBlackfoot firemen conduct Operation WarmBlackfoot Morning Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:9985Change0Usable2014-12-20T01:11:35-05:00