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  • Prosecutors: Outfit street crew posed as cops to rob drug stash houses

    Prosecutors: Outfit street crew posed as cops to rob drug stash houses
    Members of a street crew with ties to Chicago’s Outfit that operated a sophisticated drug ring that posed as police officers to rob cartel stash houses of large amounts of drugs were arrested this week, prosecutors said Saturday. Four men who were...
  • Guilty verdicts another blow to Alarcon family

    Guilty verdicts another blow to Alarcon family
    Richard Alarcon, a prominent figure in Los Angeles politics for more than two decades and a vocal advocate for his San Fernando Valley constituents, was convicted Wednesday of felony perjury and voter fraud for lying about where he lived to advance his...
  • Alarcon jurors were split, argued for days over criminal charges

    Alarcon jurors were split, argued for days over criminal charges
    The jurors in the voter fraud and perjury trial of former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon argued for days, with opposing sides initially arguing for convictions and acquittals on all counts, according to interviews. After five days of...
  • Supreme Court decision should be questioned [Letter]

    Supreme Court decision should be questioned [Letter]
    In a letter in the Sun, Kelli Kirchner of Cumberland expresses her happiness with the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision and seems to believe no one should question or try to change it ("Why is Mikulski trying to 'fix' the Supreme Court decision?"...
  • Google must face U.S. privacy lawsuit over commingled user data

    Google must face U.S. privacy lawsuit over commingled user data
    (Reuters) - A federal judge rejected Google Inc's bid to dismiss a privacy lawsuit claiming it commingled user data across different products and disclosed that data to advertisers without permission. Saying his decision was a close call, U.S. District...
  • Council closer to complying with do-not-hire list

    Council closer to complying with do-not-hire list
    Chicago aldermen today moved closer to agreeing not to hire workers who had been fired by the city for misconduct or left City Hall while facing allegations later deemed credible. The Committee on Workforce Development and Audit recommended making...
  • Mental evaluation ordered for Hampton man charged in deaths

    Mental evaluation ordered for Hampton man charged in deaths
    HAMPTON — A mental-competency evaluation was ordered Tuesday for a man charged with killing two men outside the White Oak Lodge last year. Rahmeal Latrey Perry, 18, of Hampton, is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of use of a...
  • Company sues Lower Macungie over land development agreements

    A company that plans to expand the Red Maples mobile home park in Lower Macungie has sued the township over what it calls "unlawful" terms included in agreements related to its development plan. Big Bear Management Fund of Trexlertown filed the lawsuit...
  • 'Slenderman' attack victim receives Purple Heart from an anonymous well wisher

    MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - A Wisconsin girl stabbed 19 times in a murder plot allegedly hatched by two classmates to win favor with a fictional Internet character, has been sent a prestigious Purple Heart medal by an anonymous well-wisher, the victim's...
  • Ruling keeps Florida's ban on gay marriage in place

    Ruling keeps Florida's ban on gay marriage in place
    MIAMI (Reuters) - A judge in the Florida Keys on Monday rejected an emergency motion filed by a gay couple hoping to wed, effectively allowing Florida's same-sex marriage ban to remain in effect while it is appealed, likely all the way to the U.S. Supreme...
  • Parents of students lost on South Korea ferry press for investigation

    Lee Su-ha has been camped on the steps of South Korea’s parliament for more than a week. He has stopped eating and dropped 18 pounds. His hunger strike will continue, he says, until legislators authorize a special committee to investigate the...