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  • Charges dropped against 'stop violence' organizers accused of beating ex-roommate

    Authorities dropped charges against two "Stop the Violence" organizers in Washington County accused of beating a colleague so severely that he vomited blood and was left unconscious in critical condition. "We had to withdraw the complaint because the...
  • Baltimore's year in review: 2014 in the arts

    Baltimore's year in review: 2014 in the arts
    From Melbourne to Jerusalem, Baltimore's arts scene made headlines worldwide more than once in 2014. But tourism boosters might have preferred that local artists and performers and media professionals make a different kind of splash. From a missing...
  • Arrest made in fatal Dania Beach hit-run

    Arrest made in fatal Dania Beach hit-run
    There has been an arrest in the Dania Beach hit-and-run crash that killed an 8-year-old boy and critically injured his older brother, the Broward Sheriff’s Office confirmed Tuesday morning. Zachary Benjamins, 22, is in custody and accused in the...
  • Slain Woman's Parents Urge Plea Deal In 15-Year-Old Case

    Slain Woman's Parents Urge Plea Deal In 15-Year-Old Case
    LITCHFIELD — Just weeks before the man accused of killing their daughter was about to go to trial, the parents of Tanya McKay urged a Superior Court judge Tuesday to accept a plea bargain in the 15-year-old case. The McKays said that although the...
  • Police: Man wounded in shooting in Orlando

    Police: Man wounded in shooting in Orlando
    A man was rushed to an Orlando hospital after he was shot in the Parramore area Tuesday morning, officials said. Orlando Police received several calls about gunfire near the 800 block of W. Washington Street about 3:35 a.m. When they arrived on scene,...
  • Second teen charged in burglary, vandalism at Coral Springs Center for the Arts

    Second teen charged in burglary, vandalism at Coral Springs Center for the Arts
    A second 18-year-old has been accused in the burglary and vandalism that left the Coral Springs Center for the Arts in a shambles. Terelle Lomante Brown joins Dakota James Kiernan in facing the same burglary, grand theft and criminal mischief charges,...
  • Brothers struck by hit-and-run driver 'still fighting,' father says at hospital

    Brothers struck by hit-and-run driver 'still fighting,' father says at hospital
    As two brothers struck by a hit-and-run driver fought for their lives Thursday, their father continued to ask God for miraculous recoveries and justice for the boys. Kelv'ron Florence, 14, and Apollo Brown Jr., 8, were hit Monday in Dania Beach by a...
  • Man found with gunshot wound in mall parking lot

    Man found with gunshot wound in mall parking lot
    A man was shot in the abdomen Tuesday afternoon not far from the intersection where a Baltimore police officer was shot earlier this month. Police were dispatched to the 2600 block of Fairview Avenue at 3:26 p.m., and a short time later found a man shot...
  • Panel Probing Hartford Fire Meets Without Telling 2 Members, Public

    Panel Probing Hartford Fire Meets Without Telling 2 Members, Public
    HARTFORD — A task force created by Mayor Pedro Segarra to look into recent criminal behavior in the Hartford Fire Department and a fire that left a firefighter dead met in secret Tuesday at city hall. Three members of the task force, retired fire...
  • Melbourne man arrested in child-sex sting, deputies say

    Melbourne man arrested in child-sex sting, deputies say
    A 49-year-old Melbourne man was arrested on Monday, accused of traveling to Seminole County with the intention of having sex with a 13-year-old girl, the Sheriff's Office said. In reality, there was no girl: Investigators with the agency's Crimes...
  • Despite pleas on her behalf, Easton teacher who stole from church gets prison

     Despite pleas on her behalf, Easton teacher who stole from church gets prison
    Facing sentencing for stealing more than $350,000 from her church, a former Easton Area School District teacher came to court two days before Christmas hoping for house arrest and backed by many of the congregants whose trust she had betrayed. Though Ann...