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  • 1st court appearance for Granger woman accused of putting infant in dumpster

    1st court appearance for Granger woman accused of putting infant in dumpster
    A Granger woman accused of taking drugs police say forced her body to have an abortion made her first court appearance on Thursday. Purvi Patel showed up at the St. Joseph County Courthouse with a scarf around her face, refusing to answer any...
  • Pinball games banned in L.A.

     
    Urban F. Emme, chief clerk of City Marshal's office, welds sledge hammer on confiscated pinball and other marble machines ordered destroyed by Municipal Court judges....
  • Judge calls satanic killing 'disgusting, hideous and vulgar'

    Judge calls satanic killing 'disgusting, hideous and vulgar'
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge sentenced a man who killed his mother to 25 years to life in prison, saying that the slaying "certainly ranks up there at the top" of "the most disgusting, hideous and vulgar" cases he has seen during his 50 years...
  • Two Accused in Death of Eyewitness

    Two Bloomfield brothers are facing murder and conspiracy charges in the death of an eyewitness who planned to testify against one of the brothers in a murder trial. A judge found probable cause Wednesday to charge Anthony Thompson, 27, and Earl Thompson,...
  • Federal judges order Gov. Brown to release California inmates

     
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  • Capturing the verdict: The George Zimmerman trial

    Capturing the verdict: The George Zimmerman trial
    “You are the eyes of the world, thus you cannot afford to blink.” These are the words from a mentor of mine upon telling him that I was one of three photographers from the paper that would be covering the Zimmerman trial from inside the...
  • About Alcee Hastings

    About Alcee Hastings
    Alcee L. Hastings represents his native state of Florida by serving as Congressman for District 20, which includes parts of Broward, Palm Beach, and Hendry Counties. Congressman Hastings was first elected in 1992 and is currently serving his 11th term...
  • The power of resilience

    The power of resilience
    For many women, taking care of others is a trait that comes naturally. But if you don't stop to take care of yourself once in a while, your mental health could suffer, according to psychologist Patricia O'Gorman. "Women are so good at figuring out...
  • Facebook rants carry a hefty price

    Ever ranted on Facebook? Maybe posted a snide comment or two? Most of us have, and never thought anything of it. I imagine Cincinnati photographer Mark Byron figured the same. He expressed anger about his pending divorce and child visitation issues in a...
  • Juggling act? Parenting is more feat of strength

    Juggling act? Parenting is more feat of strength
    Nadine Warner was hunkered down in a St. Louis hotel room, absorbing that singular type of heat that radiates from a feverish kid on your lap, in this case her 3-year-old son, Gabe, while the rest of the family was outside exploring the city. I've never...
  • Bradley Manning must face aiding-enemy charge, military judge rules

    FT. MEADE, Md. — The judge in the court martial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning on Thursday turned down a defense request to dismiss the most serious charge against him -- aiding the enemy -- setting in motion closing arguments in the first of a pair...