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Monday's DN--Could missing toddler be another victim of Linda Ann Weston?

A toddler known as Little L vanished after she was taken from the home of a woman who was told she could adopt the child from Linda Ann Weston. Was Little L another victim of Weston? Three decades if hell.

Monday's DN--Could missing toddler be another victim of Linda Ann Weston?

A toddler known as Little L vanished after she was taken from the home of a woman who was told she could adopt the child from Linda Ann Weston.  Was Little L another victim of Weston? Three decades if hell.

John Baer wants to know why tax dollars are being used for fancy state dinners while so many remain unemployed.

Former 76ers president Pat Croce is a “pirate aficionado,” who recently discovered Sir Francis Drake’s burnt shipwrecks –solving a 400 year-old mystery.

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