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  • Police may have found remains of missing Virginia student Hannah Graham

    Police may have found remains of missing Virginia student Hannah Graham
    Virginia police may have located the remains of Hannah Graham, a University of Virginia student who has been missing since September. Speaking to reporters Saturday evening, Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo said officers with the...
  • Two Inland Empire men convicted in terrorism plot

    Two Inland Empire men were convicted Thursday on federal charges of being involved in a terrorism plot to travel overseas, join Al Qaeda and kill Americans. Sohiel Omar Kabir, 36, an Afghanistan-born American citizen, and Ralph Deleon, 25, a citizen...
  • October 2013: Amazon workers seek pay for time in security checks

    Workers at Amazon.com warehouses across the country are suing the online retail giant to collect wages for time they spent passing through security checkpoints designed to prevent employee theft. In lawsuits filed in Philadelphia and Luzerne County...
  • Questions surround Bernie Mac charity

     Questions surround Bernie Mac charity
    Bernard McCullough grew up above an Englewood church and then worked as a fry cook while honing his comedy act at night. Decades later, after hitting it big in nightclubs, television and movies, Bernie Mac wanted to give back. He founded a small charity...
  • Highland Park approves landlord registration

    Highland Park approves landlord registration
    The Highland Park City Council unanimously approved a new rental registration ordinance at a recent meeting, in an effort to hold landlords more accountable for tenant living conditions. Beginning April 1, landlords of single-family rental homes will be...
  • House cuts the 'expansion' out of voucher expansion

    House cuts the 'expansion' out of voucher expansion
    TALLAHASSEE – A plan to further expand Florida’s school-voucher program on Wednesday was stripped of the actual “expansion” in the cap on how much tax money could be used to support low-income students in private schools. But the...
  • McAuliffe proposes Medicaid 'pilot program'

    McAuliffe proposes Medicaid 'pilot program'
    RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday proposed a pilot program to expand Medicaid health coverage for the poor for at least two years. The governor pushed his proposal as a potential break in a logjam on the divisive issue, but it didn't...
  • Ole Miss frats condemn noosing of James Meredith statue

    Fraternity presidents at Ole Miss declared Thursday that they would not hesitate to expel a member if it turns out that one of their own had a role in placing a noose around the campus statue of an African American civil rights figure. University of...
  • Florida woman calls 911 after officer declines to have sex with her

    Florida woman calls 911 after officer declines to have sex with her
    A Florida woman was arrested after she called 911 to complain that the officer who had been at her home earlier denied her advances and refused to have sex with her, NBC-2 is reporting. An officer originally came to Maria Montenez-Colon's Punta Gorda...
  • Senate advances amped-up film incentives bill

    Senate advances amped-up film incentives bill
    TALLAHASSEE – Losing its luster as a location for filming, Florida is poised to green-light a substantially higher investment in the film and entertainment industry. The Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee on Monday passed a proposal to double...
  • Trooper who stopped speeding cop sues after harassment, privacy violations

    Trooper who stopped speeding cop sues after harassment, privacy violations
    A Florida Highway Patrol trooper that made national headlines in 2011 after pulling over a speeding Miami Police Department officer, is suing police agencies and individual officers for harassment and violation of privacy. In October 2011, Florida...