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  • FBI: Man hits Aurora bank, 2nd in month

    FBI: Man hits Aurora bank, 2nd in month
    A man suspected of robbing an Oak Lawn bank last month is believed to have robbed bank in Aurora this morning, authorities said. The man is believed to have robbed a TCF Bank branch, 1952 W. Galena Boulevard in Aurora, about 11:40 a.m., according to...
  • South Bay schools chief faces firing, repayment of money

    The suspended head of the Centinela Valley school district, who attracted public scrutiny because of his high compensation, now faces dismissal, the repayment of at least $200,000 and liability for back taxes. The Centinela Board of Education voted...
  • When government uses secrecy to deny rights

    When government uses secrecy to deny rights
    It's a classic Orwellian nightmare: The government decides to deny you a right it extends to other people, but it won't tell you why and it won't tell you what you can do about it. You're stuck in purgatory, effectively convicted without being tried...
  • C. Ray Nagin, former New Orleans mayor, sentenced to 10 years in prison

    Former New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin, who portrayed himself as a straight-talking anti-politician determined to clean up the city’s notoriously corrupt culture, was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering and other...
  • Arizona professor admits resisting arrest during scuffle

    PHOENIX (Reuters) - A professor in Arizona who scuffled with campus police after being stopped for walking in the middle of the street at night pleaded guilty on Wednesday to a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest, court officials said. Ersula Ore, an...
  • Violent crime in L.A. is up at midyear point for first time since 2003

    Violent crime in L.A. is up at midyear point for first time since 2003
    For first time in more than a decade, violent crime in Los Angeles rose during the first six months of the year, according to Los Angeles Police Department statistics. LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said the department was "very concerned" about the increase...
  • Ukraine accuses Russia of abducting female military pilot

    Russian authorities on Wednesday charged a captured Ukrainian military pilot with complicity in the deaths last month of two Russian journalists, spurring accusations in Kiev that the female officer was abducted by pro-Russia militants and illegally...
  • U.S. Army soldier stole equipment from armory, pawned it, agents say

    U.S. Army soldier stole equipment from armory, pawned it, agents say
    In early April, an estimated $400,000 worth of military equipment was reported stolen from a U.S. Army facility in West Palm Beach. Among the missing supplies were tactical vests, gas masks, bayonets, machine gun magazines, and boxes of ready-to-eat...
  • Insane Clown Posse to fight dismissal of FBI gang-label lawsuit

    Insane Clown Posse to fight dismissal of FBI gang-label lawsuit
    The rap duo Insane Clown Posse appealed Tuesday the dismissal of their lawsuit against the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation for officially labeling their fan base a gang. The lawsuit was filed in Michigan court by fans, known as...
  • Police say they know why Utah mom hid bodies of 7 babies in garage

    A Utah woman killed six of her babies because she couldn’t raise the children while also supporting her drug and alcohol addictions, police said Tuesday. The bodies of seven infants were discovered in a garage in Pleasant Grove, near Salt Lake...
  • Centinela school board votes to fire high-paid superintendent

    Centinela school board votes to fire high-paid superintendent
    The Board of Education for the Centinela Valley school district voted Tuesday night to begin dismissal proceedings against Supt. Jose Fernandez, who attracted public scrutiny because of compensation that surpassed $750,000 last year. The vote was 5-0....