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  • Councilman looking to repeal lawn parking ordinance

    SOUTH BEND Residential lawn parking would be allowed on Notre Dame home football game days without a permit under an ordinance introduced this week by Common Council member Gavin Ferlic, D-At Large. The ordinance, which has been assigned to the Zoning...
  • Former FAMU student Rikki Wills pleads no contest in hazing case

    Former FAMU student Rikki Wills pleads no contest in hazing case
    Former FAMU drum major Rikki Wills, who insists that he tried to shield his college roommate Robert Champion from a brutal hazing in Orlando in 2011, pleaded no contest today to felony hazing resulting in death. Wills, 25, will not be sentenced until...
  • Talk back: Hemet men arrested for reading Bible outside DMV. OK?

    Two Hemet men arrested after reading the Bible aloud outside a California Department of Motor Vehicles building were acquitted by a judge. Prosecutors claim the men, Brett Coronado, 44, and Mark Mackey, 60, illegally demonstrated without a permit on...
  • Judge clears San Gabriel Valley official in conflict-of-interest case

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has dismissed the entire criminal case against former San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments executive director Nicholas Conway, saying he did nothing wrong. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office,...
  • Sex charges against teacher stun students, parents

    Sex charges against teacher stun students, parents
    Students and parents at Corona's Centennial High School reacted with surprise and disbelief after prosecutors charged a female special education teacher with having sex with five teenage boys over the last year. Summer Michelle Hansen, 31, was charged...
  • Ex-Marine convicted of murder up for parole; opposed by D.A.

    The Orange County district attorney's office planned Wednesday to oppose the parole of a former Marine convicted of stabbing and killing another Marine in 1980. Over 20 years later, the inmate, Roy Garcia, 54, remains a risk to the public, according...
  • Prosecutor: Alleged abuse in Indy plot inadmissible

    Prosecutor: Alleged abuse in Indy plot inadmissible
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A prosecutor says jurors likely won't hear an Indianapolis woman's claim that her boyfriend coerced her into a scheme that led to an explosion that killed two people and damaged more than 30 homes. Marion County Deputy...
  • Defense of Marriage should be allowed to sink

    I try to avoid outdated pop culture references, but I dredge one up every semester as I lecture my college journalism classes not to let their stories bog down in repetitive direct quotations. A news story should move forward, preferably at a breakneck...
  • Trial begins for Baltimore detective accused of lying about shooting himself

    A trial is underway for a former Baltimore city homicide detective charged with lying about shooting himself in a downtown parking garage in early 2011. The criminal charges brought by prosecutors conflict with the police investigation, which was open...
  • Aurora pastor pleads guilty to using fake documents to steal $1.6M in donations

    Aurora pastor pleads guilty to using fake documents to steal $1.6M in donations
    The pastor of an Aurora church pleaded guilty Thursday to charges that he used faked financial documents to fleece three supporters out of more than $1.6 million in donations. Howard Richmond, the pastor of Life Reach Ministries, a church in an Aurora...
  • Man sentenced to 10 years in rape at Fort Meade residence

    Man sentenced to 10 years in rape at Fort Meade residence
    A Fort Meade man has been sentenced by a U.S. District Court judge in Baltimore to 10 years in prison for the rape of a minor during a party at Ft. Meade. Daheem Bryant-Royal, 23, was also sentenced Wednesday to five years of supervised probation, and...