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  • 7th US Circuit Appeals Court vacates Pruitt death sentence

    A federal appeals court threw out the death sentence of a man convicted of killing a central Indiana sheriff's deputy, ruling Tuesday he is intellectually disabled and categorically ineligible for execution. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...
  • Pentagon uncertain about extent of anthrax shipments

    WASHINGTON What military officials described last week as a few errant shipments of potentially live anthrax with minimal public risk has become a larger problem, with officials acknowledging Tuesday that they don't know for sure how many research samples...
  • Guilty in child porn case, historical society president retains post

    Guilty in child porn case, historical society president retains post
    A Gurnee man who pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography in April remains president of the Warren Township Historical Society. Ronald Wendt, 77, was sentenced to two years of probation and 100 hours of community service after pleading guilty...
  • Morocco arrests, expels 2 French topless activists

    Moroccan authorities on Tuesday arrested and then expelled two French activists for appearing topless at a historic site in the capital protesting the treatment of gays. The Interior Ministry issued a statement saying the women had been expelled and were...
  • Fixing Budget Is Job No. 1, But There Is More On Must-Do List

    Fixing Budget Is Job No. 1, But There Is More On Must-Do List
    General Electric, Aetna and Travelers are not chronic complainers, nor are they bullies. So when the three companies laid the lumber on the proposed state budget Monday, they had to be taken seriously. The companies are profoundly unhappy with the two-...
  • Blotter: Man charged with attempted burglary in Mokena

    Blotter: Man charged with attempted burglary in Mokena
    FRANKFORT DUI CHARGE: Patrycja Przybylski, 28, of the 11400 block of Bryn Mawr Way, Mokena, was charged with drunken driving and improper lighting May 20 at LaGrange Road and Market Street, police said. SUSPENDED LICENSE: Justin Gran, 21, of the 16700...
  • FIFA says Valcke not behind $10M payment in corruption probe

    Amid a deepening corruption crisis within soccer's governing body that has led to Sepp Blatter's decision to resign, FIFA earlier defended its second-in-command on Tuesday by trying to distance him from claims he helped authorize $10 million in bribes for...
  • Man arrested for stabbing man, stealing his phone, deputies say

    Man arrested for stabbing man, stealing his phone, deputies say
    A man was arrested Monday after he stabbed a man in the buttocks and stole his cellphone, deputies said. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said Armando Acevedo Ruiz, 33, attacked a man in November in front of a restaurant in an unincorporated...
  • Owner of Pasadena flea market faces charges after skirmish

    The truck was spotted doing "doughnuts" at the Brumwell Flea Market, a popular weekend spot in Pasadena. A short time later, members of the Brumwell family showed up. Angry words were exchanged. A shot was fired. There's some agreement on that. But...
  • 'The Wire' Season Five: There ain't no nostalgia to this shit

    'The Wire' Season Five: There ain't no nostalgia to this shit
    In episode five of season five of “The Wire,” when heroic stickup man Omar Little avoids a hail of gunfire from Marlo’s enforcers inside of a tiny little Baltimore apartment and jumps out the fourth-story window and survives (though he...
  • Orlando police: Air-conditioner thief left behind receipt with name, address

    Orlando police: Air-conditioner thief left behind receipt with name, address
    Orlando police say they've identified an air-conditioner thief after finding a receipt with his name and address written on it at the crime scene. The receipt, police say, was from a scrap yard for the sale of copper and metal parts — apparently...