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  • Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court

    Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court
    Re-elect Richards to county court For sheer political theater, there's probably no more interesting contest than the Broward County Court Group 27 race. Judge Ian Richards won the seat in 2008 by running what many thought was a "stealth campaign," in...
  • Et tu, Liu? A liberal justice faults a California ballot measure

    Liberal hearts leapt in 2010 when President Obama nominated UC Berkeley professor Goodwin Liu to a seat on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Alliance for Justice gushed that Liu “has spent his career advocating for the right of equal...
  • L.A. lawmakers name conditions for paying $4 million to DWP trusts

    L.A. lawmakers name conditions for paying $4 million to DWP trusts
    Five Los Angeles lawmakers are proposing that the city provide a $4-million payment that is due to two controversial nonprofits affiliated with the Department of Water and Power only after city auditors are given “unfettered access” to their...
  • Trial set for man charged with murder of Romeoville teen

    Trial set for man charged with murder of Romeoville teen
    A Cicero man will face a jury in September on murder charges in connection with the death of his former 15-year-old girlfriend. Erick Maya, 24, was charged in February with the shooting death of Briana Valle, a freshman at Romeoville High School. Maya...
  • Before Ferguson: Deaths of other black men at hands of police

    Before Ferguson: Deaths of other black men at hands of police
    Amadou Diallo. Manuel Loggins Jr. Ronald Madison. Sean Bell. Eric Garner. And now, Michael Brown. All of them were black men who died at the hands of law enforcement officers. They are a handful of such cases since 1999, when Diallo, an unarmed man...
  • Apploi offers technology to turn more inmates into employees

    Apploi offers technology to turn more inmates into employees
    According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, newly released inmates are most likely to commit a crime in the first three days they walk out of jail.  There are probably plenty of reasons for that -- for starters, the easy availability of...
  • Chinese students flock to court as pleas entered in USC beating death

    Chinese students flock to court as pleas entered in USC beating death
    The courthouse hallway was so crowded, the deputy stood on a bench to shout instructions: No cellphones inside the courtroom. No video outside. The hall hummed with the voices of more than 150 Chinese students, who had formed two lines that snaked far...
  • McDonnell trial: Governor's protection unit spied for state police

    McDonnell trial: Governor's protection unit spied for state police
    RICHMOND – Gov. Bob McDonnell's protection unit eavesdropped on him as fellow state police officers went through the lengthy investigation that was eventually turned over to the FBI, according to testimony offered Tuesday during the federal trial...
  • Man pleads guilty to beating mother, gets 7 years

    Man pleads guilty to beating mother, gets 7 years
    A Hoffman Estates man was sentenced to seven years in prison today in Cook County Circuit Court in what prosecutors called the near-fatal beating of his mother. Robert Granger, 33, of the 600 block of Hillcrest Drive, pleaded guilty in Rolling Meadows...
  • Man serving prison sentence charged in '12 killing

    Man serving prison sentence charged in '12 killing
    A man currently serving a state prison sentence on a gun charge in Chicago, has been charged in the fatal shooting of a man two years ago, police said. Edgar Guevara, 18, of the 3000 block of South Tripp Avenue was charged with first-degree murder in the...
  • Maliki refuses to go as Iraqis turn to new leader

    Nuri al-Maliki stuck to his guns and refused to accept his removal as Iraq's prime minister on Wednesday, but his hold on power was tenuous as Iran's supreme leader, a long-time Maliki ally, publicly backed his replacement. Taking to state television as...