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  • Halloween candy investigation continues

    Halloween candy investigation continues
    Towamencin Township police haven't received any other reports of Halloween candy tampering since a 13-year-old boy found a razor blade inside the wrapper of a piece of candy he received during trick-or-treat. But the Montgomery County department is...
  • Search continues for man last seen in Palos area

    Search continues for man last seen in Palos area
    The search is still on for a Chicago man who went missing a week ago after he left his parents' Palos Park home. John Michael Cunningham Jr., 27, was last seen shortly before 11 a.m. Oct. 30 near 104th Avenue and McCarthy Road, according to Palos Park...
  • Federal judge tosses parts of lawsuit over 1991 case

    Federal judge tosses parts of lawsuit over 1991 case
    NEWPORT NEWS — A federal judge has dismissed or limited several of the claims in a $25 million wrongful conviction lawsuit brought by a man who asserts Newport News police acted recklessly in sending him to prison more than 23 years ago. U.S....
  • Suburban police: Scams are 'becoming an epidemic'

    Suburban police: Scams are 'becoming an epidemic'
    Police in Palos Park and other Chicagoland suburbs are issuing warnings as reports of residents being scammed out of money continue to roll in each month. "We're getting them daily. It's becoming an epidemic with the Microsoft and IRS scams," said Palos...
  • Pa. woman, son accused of neglecting 12-year-old Labrador

    A criminal complaint filed Monday against a Cambria County woman and her son alleges they seriously neglected their 12-year-old dog, Mocha. Then there's the photograph. It shows a sickly, skeletal dog, appearing as if it was struggling to stand next...
  • Molly Shattuck charged with rape and sexual contact with minor

    Molly Shattuck charged with rape and sexual contact with minor
    Molly Shattuck, the former Ravens cheerleader who was married to onetime Constellation Energy CEO Mayo A. Shattuck III, was arrested Wednesday and charged with third-degree rape and unlawful sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy, Delaware State Police...
  • State Rests, Defense Begins In Gawlik Murder Trial

    State Rests, Defense Begins In Gawlik Murder Trial
    NEW BRITAIN — Two different versions of Jan Gawlik were presented to the jury on Thursday as his murder trial entered its fourth day of testimony. The first came from Detective Vincent Gogluicci, a state trooper who processed Gawlik at the Troop H...
  • What does Tuesday's election mean for L.A. County?

    What does Tuesday's election mean for L.A. County?
    The election season that culminated in Tuesday's vote for three new Los Angeles County leaders and in an overhaul of county government may have begun on the day in 2012 when Sheriff Lee Baca testified before the citizens commission that was examining...
  • L.A. County Sheriff-elect Jim McDonnell has his work cut out for him

    L.A. County Sheriff-elect Jim McDonnell has his work cut out for him
    Surrounded by some of Los Angeles County's most powerful politicians, Jim McDonnell gave a victory speech that marveled at how far he had come from a working-class Boston neighborhood to lead the nation's largest sheriff's department. But the prized...
  • Man suspected of killing girlfriend, posting photos online is arrested

    Man suspected of killing girlfriend, posting photos online is arrested
    A man suspected of killing his girlfriend in Washington state, posting photos of her corpse and describing the slaying online and then leading police in Oregon on a high-speed chase is in custody, police announced Wednesday night. Shortly after the...
  • Bernstein: Sun draws 'reckless and irresponsible' conclusions from patient's death

    Bernstein: Sun draws 'reckless and irresponsible' conclusions from patient's death
    Your recent editorial criticizing the report of the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office regarding the May 7 death of George King while a patient at Good Samaritan Hospital unfairly mischaracterizes our findings and analysis ("A hard report to...