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  • Group home for disabled children struggled to provide adequate care

    Group home for disabled children struggled to provide adequate care
    The recent death of a 10-year-old disabled foster child at an Anne Arundel County group home was just the latest in a series of problems at LifeLine, the state contractor that has been paid millions in taxpayer funds to care for "medically fragile"...
  • Man denied bail, accused of shooting victim 3 times

    Man denied bail, accused of shooting victim 3 times
    A Belmont Cragin man who goes by the nickname of “Flintstone” was denied bail this afternoon after he was accused of shooting a man three times in front of the victim's home, leaving the man in critical condition.  Russel Villanueva, 24,...
  • Teen survivor of Texas shootings says slain family members 'in much better place'

    Teen survivor of Texas shootings says slain family members 'in much better place'
    (Reuters) - The teenage survivor of a shooting attack in suburban Houston in which her parents and four siblings were killed told a memorial event on Saturday her family was "in a much better place" and that she was making a full recovery from her...
  • California high court softens 'three strikes' law

    SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - California's highest court has softened implementation of the state's "three-strikes-and-you're-out" criminal sentencing law, marking the second time the rules for identifying and imprisoning career criminals have been...
  • Appeals Court Revises Ruling Over YouTube Posting of 'Innocence of Muslims' Video

    As Google and other Silicon Valley firms decry an appellate court ruling holding that an actress had a copyright interest in her performance, enough to force YouTube to remove an inflammatory "Innocence of Muslims" video, the judges who ruled for her...
  • Recollections of boy's short life haunt great aunt

    Recollections of boy's short life haunt great aunt
    Jayden Curtis didn't have much of a chance, his great-aunt Glenda Curtis said. The 21-month-old boy was found fatally beaten June 30 outside a Northeast Baltimore hotel. It took another 10 days before Baltimore police detectives announced who they...
  • Deputy D.A. talks about Drayman case

    Deputy D.A. talks about Drayman case
    The prosecutor in the trial against former Councilman John Drayman candidly opened up about the case Thursday night, calling him a bully who had a polarizing influence in Montrose that let him get away with embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from...
  • UCLA to pay $500,000 settlement in judge's police brutality claim

    UCLA to pay $500,000 settlement in judge's police brutality claim
    UCLA has agreed to pay $500,000, including $350,000 in scholarships, to settle a claim by a prominent African American judge over alleged mistreatment and racial profiling by campus police during a traffic stop last year, officials announced Friday. Los...
  • Former CEO of CalPERS pleads guilty to fraud, corruption charge

    A former chief executive of the country's biggest public pension fund admitted that he took more than $250,000 in bribes and other valuable gifts from a friend and co-defendant in an influence-peddling scandal that rocked the pension investment world five...
  • Florida movie theater shooter wins release from jail on bond

    TAMPA Fla. (Reuters) - A retired Florida police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of a fellow moviegoer during a dispute over texting is expected to go home on Friday night after being released from jail on bond, his lawyer said. Bail was...
  • Shooting of trooper's dog, burglary nets 23-year sentence

    Shooting of trooper's dog, burglary nets 23-year sentence
    Ivins Rosier blamed drugs and alcohol for turning him into a person who, at age 16, would be charged with breaking into a Florida Highway Patrol trooper's home near West Palm Beach and shooting his retired police dog. "That's not the person that I am,"...