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  • Two arrested after fight in Fountain Valley

    Two men injured in a fight in Fountain Valley on Saturday have been arrested, according to police. Luis Torres, 19, reportedly used a knife on Brandon Blanford, injuring him in the forehead, Fountain Valley Police Sgt. Tony Luce said. Blanford used...
  • Aaron Hernandez Prosecutor: Judge Was Hostile In Prior Murder Case

     Aaron Hernandez Prosecutor: Judge Was Hostile In Prior Murder Case
    FALL RIVER, Mass. - For the first time since his late June murder arrest, former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez Wednesday took the witness stand at a pretrial hearing during which the judge ruled on several motions but postponed issuing a decision on...
  • Academy sex assault case belongs in criminal court

    Susan Burke, the attorney representing the victim of an alleged rape at the U.S. Naval Academy, recently filed an action in federal court to bar the academy's superintendent from deciding whether the case proceeds to a court-martial ("Lawsuit seeks...
  • New testimony backs up Shapiro claims of yacht parties with Miami athletes

    New testimony backs up Shapiro claims of yacht parties with Miami athletes
    CORAL GABLES — New testimony related to Nevin Shapiro's on-going bankruptcy backs up at least some of the former UM booster's claims of NCAA rule violations. Roberto Torres, the former chief financial officer for Shapiro's Capitol Investments, was...
  • Drivers warned of staged collisions; crackdown planned

    Drivers warned of staged collisions; crackdown planned
    Drivers in Los Angeles County were warned this week to be on the lookout for scam artists who stage collisions to collect insurance money. The so-called “swoop-and-squat” crashes, in which two vehicles work together to force a rear-end...
  • First witness testifies in Hague trial of Kenya's deputy president

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — An anonymous Kenyan woman made history Tuesday as the first witness to testify against a sitting government leader at the International Criminal Court in the Hague. The woman, known simply as Witness 536, testified for...
  • Man accused of stabbing another in Downtown Glendale

    Man accused of stabbing another in Downtown Glendale
    Prosecutors formally accused a 26-year-old man Tuesday of stabbing another man who allegedly made inappropriate statements about his girlfriend in downtown Glendale Friday. Anthony Cardenas, of Glendale, faces one count of assault with a deadly weapon,...
  • City Paper reporter finds himself testifying against one of his subjects

    City Paper reporter finds himself testifying against one of his subjects
    A Baltimore City Paper reporter testified in a federal murder-for-hire trial Thursday, drawn into the story of a man whose career as a builder and petty criminal he has covered for more than half a decade. Edward Ericson Jr., a staff writer for the...
  • Maryland food stamp fraud alleged against Baltimore stores

    Maryland food stamp fraud alleged against Baltimore stores
    A federal grand jury indicted 10 Baltimore business owners or operators on charges of stealing nearly $7 million from food assistance programs by agreeing to debit cash for beneficiaries without selling food — then keeping a cut of the proceeds....
  • Jackson-AEG jury deliberations: Singer to blame for own death?

    After a five-month trial, the jury in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death lawsuit against AEG Live will begin its first full day of deliberations on Friday. The Jackson family is seeking personal damages of $85 million to each of Jackson's three children...
  • Familiar script calls for war with Iran

    With the war there officially "ended" and most of our troops back home, Iraq isn't getting much ink these days. But the story is far from over. Indeed, according to Wadah Khanfar, former director general of Al-Jazeera, Iraq is still the most important...