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  • Calls for peace come as Ferguson decision looms

    CLAYTON, Mo. Workers put protective film on jail windows here. Protest leaders called for peace. The city mayor and county executive promised cooperation. A school district canceled classes. The region, as a whole, scrambled Friday to prepare for what...
  • Italy arrests doctors suspected of taking bribes to discourage breast feeding

    ROME (Reuters) - Italian police put 12 pediatricians under house arrest on Friday for allegedly accepting extravagant gifts from makers of baby milk formula to promote it in place of breastfeeding. Police have been investigating "a common and...
  • Expert advises Ferguson protesters to keep children at home

    ST. LOUIS As St. Louis awaits a grand jury decision on whether Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will be charged with a crime, a local physician is urging parents planning to attend demonstrations to not take their kids. Instead, leave them with...
  • Bethlehem man accused of committing carjacking to escape Allentown police

    Bethlehem man accused of committing carjacking to escape Allentown police
    A Bethlehem man drove through two Allentown red lights and when police tried to stop him, he abandoned his car, fled on foot and forced another motorist to help him elude the officers, police said. "Drive, drive, drive!" Nathan A. Markham, 28,...
  • As Simsbury Murder For Hire Trial Nears, Lawyers, Judge Consider TV Coverage

    As Simsbury Murder For Hire Trial Nears, Lawyers, Judge Consider TV Coverage
    HARTFORD — The trial of a Simsbury woman accused of trying to hire a man to kill her ex-husband is scheduled to begin Dec. 2. Prosecutor Anthony Bochicchio and defense attorney Hubert Santos started picking a jury this week, but part of Friday was...
  • Delray police pledge more patrols, seek tips to curb feud shootings

    Delray police pledge more patrols, seek tips to curb feud shootings
    The more bullets flew, the angrier some Delray Beach residents became. A feud between some members of three Delray Beach families culminated in 14 shootings since May, causing two deaths and injuring multiple innocent victims. Residents packed into...
  • The craziest wealthy Chicago family you've never heard of

    The craziest wealthy Chicago family you've never heard of
    Washington Porter made his fortune putting California fruit on Chicago's tables. In 1869, he and his brother, who lived on the West Coast, partnered to ship fresh produce by rail. Then the Civil War veteran took his money and wisely invested in real...
  • Cop's story in shooting of WWII vet doesn't wash

    Cop's story in shooting of WWII vet doesn't wash
    John Wrana had to die. The World War II vet was 95 years old, just a few weeks shy of his 96th birthday. He was active and sharp, he liked to gamble, tell jokes and have a drink. He was alive. But he wasn't stupid. He knew he was very old. He knew...
  • FSU shooter Myron May feared 'energy weapon,' heard voices, thought police were watching him

    FSU shooter Myron May feared 'energy weapon,' heard voices, thought police were watching him
    Hours before Myron May strode into a Florida State University library with murder on his mind, he left a series of chilling voicemails saying he was being attacked by an "energy weapon" and had a scheme to expose it "once and for all." Those messages,...
  • Local immigrants hope Obama action brings sense of peace

    Local immigrants hope Obama action brings sense of peace
    Esperanza Villalobos-Gutierrez lives with her husband, Mario Lopez, and their two children in Cicero, one block off a commercial corridor dotted with Spanish-language marquees. Theirs is a home where Villalobos-Gutierrez pours warm mugs of traditional...
  • Man pleads not guilty in death of bicyclist in Newport Beach DUI crash

    A self-described drug counselor accused of killing a bicyclist while driving under the influence in Newport Beach has pleaded not guilty to murder. Police said Neil Storm Stephany, 23, of Huntington Beach kept driving after slamming his truck into Shaun...