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Crime, Law and Justice

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  • Caller posing as immigration agent scams Glendale man of $11,500

    Police are warning about a phone scam that bilked a Glendale man out of $11,500 after he received a call from someone posing as an immigration agent threatening jail time. In the last few weeks, callers have been posing asĀ Internal Revenue ServiceĀ ...
  • Surgeon rebuked for flame-retardant falsehoods

     Surgeon rebuked for flame-retardant falsehoods
    In a stern rebuke of a noted surgeon, the state of Washington has issued disciplinary charges against Dr. David Heimbach, who told lawmakers misleading stories about fatally burned babies while testifying in favor of flame retardants. Medical...
  • In Shadow Of Probe, Rowland Leaves As WTIC Talk-Show Host

     In Shadow Of Probe, Rowland Leaves As WTIC Talk-Show Host
    HARTFORD — Former Gov. John G. Rowland, identified Monday in federal court as a co-conspirator in an alleged campaign financing scheme, announced Thursday that he was leaving as WTIC-AM's afternoon talk-show host. "Today will be my last show as...
  • Report: More firefighters gamed mileage system

    Report: More firefighters gamed mileage system
    Another group of Chicago Fire Department personnel has been suspended for falsifying thousands of dollars worth of mileage reimbursement claims, according to a report released Thursday by the city's top internal watchdog. In all, 17 firefighters and...
  • Conservative gathering reflects challenge for GOP

    Conservative gathering reflects challenge for GOP
    OXON HILL, Md. — After steep losses in the 2012 election, there was broad agreement within the Republican Party that its biggest challenge was bridging the divide with key voter groups — minorities, women and young voters — who threw...
  • Aldermen back crackdown on valet parking

    Aldermen back crackdown on valet parking
    Unscrupulous and unlicensed Chicago valet parking operators could be quickly put out of business or hit with heavy fines under a measure a City Council committee endorsed today. Unlicensed operators would be hit with fines ranging from $2,000 to $5,...
  • From BWI nonstop: Meet me in Memphis

    From BWI nonstop: Meet me in Memphis
    The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, thereby making "nonstop" one of the most fetching words in travel today. Luckily for us, BWI-Marshall Airport seems to be piling up flights that will get you to your destination without...
  • Robert Heard dies at 84; Texas journalist wounded in 1966 rampage

    In the annals of Texas journalism, Robert Heard stands out for many things: a biting wit, a prolific career, a lawyer's understanding of lawmaking, a determination to get the story even at considerable personal risk. It was the last trait that...
  • One child dead, 14 hurt as cops seek driver in hit-and-run day-care crash

    One child dead, 14 hurt as cops seek driver in hit-and-run day-care crash
    Joel Rosado sprinted to the scene as soon as he heard the screeches and saw a black Toyota Solara plow into the Goldenrod Road KinderCare, where a 4-year-old girl lay dying and 14 others were injured. "We could see the teachers were, like, panicking,"...
  • Dutch teen draws arrest, mockery for tweeting threat to American Airlines

    A 14-year-old Dutch girl, whose Twitter message to American Airlines was interpreted as a terrorist threat, has been freed after a brief arrest and confronted with a worldwide barrage of tweets debating whether she was a victim of security excess or an...
  • Warlocks defendant to invoke 'stand your ground' in biker murder trial

    Warlocks defendant to invoke 'stand your ground' in biker murder trial
    SANFORD — The first Philly Warlocks biker to come to trial in the shooting deaths of members of a rival gang will ask a judge Tuesday to clear him under Florida's "stand your ground" law. David "Tin Man" Maloney, 54, of Longwood, is charged with...