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  • Bianchi: FSU, UF need criminal 'fixers' like Monk Bonasorte, Huntley Johnson

    Bianchi: FSU, UF need criminal 'fixers' like Monk Bonasorte, Huntley Johnson
    Florida State University has two choices. Either fire Monk Bonasorte. Or give him a raise. I say give him a raise for doing his job and doing it well. His job, it seems, is to keep FSU football players in uniform and out of jail. Without...
  • Prosecutor clears Eau Claire officer who shot unarmed man

    A district attorney says an Eau Claire police officer was justified in shooting an unarmed man during a confrontation in April. Police say 25-year-old Tyler Holte (HOHL'-tee) was wounded in the shooting by officer Hunter Braatz in a wooded area in Eau...
  • Man arrested, charged in Edgewood pawn shop armed robbery

    Man arrested, charged in Edgewood pawn shop armed robbery
    Harford County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man Friday wanted in connection to an armed robbery in Edgewood two days earlier in which the victim was shot. Antwon Lee Johnson, 31, of the unit block of Arbor Drive in Essex, has been charged with attempted...
  • Gunman killed in Pittsburgh police shootout was drug suspect

    A rifle-wielding man killed in a shootout with city and transit police on a busy highway has been identified as a suspected drug dealer with a history of run-ins with authorities. Tyrone Dale Harris Jr., of Pittsburgh, had just posted bail Friday on...
  • Changes coming to 911 systems

    Changes coming to 911 systems
    In efforts to create a statewide 911 system, new legislation calls for a uniform surcharge on all phones, consolidation of dispatch centers and providing emergency phone service to nine counties that don't have it. In Will County, it means the county...
  • Doctor linked to drug deaths allowed to practice on probation

    Doctor linked to drug deaths allowed to practice on probation
    An Orange County doctor accused of gross negligence in the care of two patients who fatally overdosed on drugs he prescribed has been placed on probation by the Medical Board of California. Van H. Vu, who owns a busy pain clinic in Huntington Beach,...
  • What the Supreme Court got right in its hotel register ruling

    What the Supreme Court got right in its hotel register ruling
    In striking down a Los Angeles ordinance that requires hotel owners to turn over their registers to police at any time of the day or night, in the absence of a court order, the Supreme Court on Monday only indirectly protected the privacy of hotel guests....
  • 'True Detective' recap: Bizarre murder threatens to derail land scheme

    'True Detective' recap: Bizarre murder threatens to derail land scheme
    The torture-murder of a corrupt and kinky city official threatens to derail a lucrative land scheme in “The Western Book of the Dead” (Episode 201), the Season 2 premiere of HBO’s “True Detective.” This eight-part anthology...
  • Talk of the County: North Chicago has a gang and gun problem

    Talk of the County: North Chicago has a gang and gun problem
    Editor's Note: Talk of the County is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us. Call us at 312-222-4554 or email talkofthecounty@tribpub.com. For a continuously updating blog of...
  • Apartment owner tells police he doesn't know man found dead inside Delray unit

    Apartment owner tells police he doesn't know man found dead inside Delray unit
    An apartment owner told police Wednesday he doesn't know who the man found dead inside his residence was. The body, described to be that of a man in his 50s, was found about 10 a.m. inside an apartment in the 800 block of Northeast First Street, and...
  • Deputy Chief Tom Angel leaves Burbank Police Department to rejoin L.A. County Sheriff's Department

    Deputy Chief Tom Angel leaves Burbank Police Department to rejoin L.A. County Sheriff's Department
    Burbank police on Tuesday bid farewell to Deputy Chief Tom Angel, who, after five years guiding the agency through “tumultuous” times, is headed back to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, where he spent more than 30 years....