Recent 49ers arrests
Drone on Apple's project site
Nude celebrity photos
Drugging foster kids
Jimmy Hoffa's body: FBI to dig for him again, sources say
By Scott Burnstein
Special to the Oakland Press
Posted: 02/19/2013 09:39:53 AM PST
Updated: 02/19/2013 05:23:02 PM PST
Jimmy Hoffa's remains: FBI to dig for them again, sources say
Jimmy Hoffa (AP)A new dig for the remains of slain former Teamsters' President Jimmy Hoffa is "imminent," law enforcements sources told the Oakland Press."It's only a matter of time before the FBI goes out there and excavates that land," a source said. "They're waiting for the earth to thaw so it's easier to dig."The dig will happen after a recent tip from Hoffa's one-time friend and convicted Detroit mob leader Anthony "Tony Z" Zerilli.Zerilli, 85, said in an interview with ...
"Jimmy Hoffa's remains: FBI to dig for them again, sources say"
Return to Top
Danville: Gas leak after car crash prompts evacuations
Oakland: One killed in collision between Amtrak train and car
Brush fire along Highway 87 in San Jose disrupts morning commute
Article commenting rules of the road
comments powered by Disqus.
comments powered by
Reefer madness: That smell of skunk may be skunk weed
The smell of skunk one woman has been smelling may not be the skunk at all, but blooming marijuana.
Taste-Off: Best kids' lunch kits -- and the worst
Wine: Vinography's Alder Yarrow pens first book
Review: 'Wicked' bewitching in South Bay premiere
( MARIO ANZUONI )
Jennifer Lawrence, other celebs hit by nude-photo leak
Reported phone hacking scheme results in celebrity photos leaking online; dozens of fake celeb photos posted as well.
Joan Rivers' daughter remains hopeful about mother's recovery
First photo from Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union's wedding
Celebrity chef Todd English charged with intoxicated driving
The Bottom Line
MNG Corporate Site Map