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  • Ex-Pasadena City College president threatened action over trustee comments

    Ex-Pasadena City College president threatened action over trustee comments
    Pasadena City College trustees were concerned that former President Mark W. Rocha would sue the school after a trustee made disparaging remarks about him in a Los Angeles Times article last year and entered mediation that resulted in Rocha receiving a...
  • 'Suge' Knight prosecutor uses time-tested strategy on recanting witness

    'Suge' Knight prosecutor uses time-tested strategy on recanting witness
    For homicide investigators, Cle "Bone" Sloan was a key witness in their murder investigation of Marion "Suge" Knight. Sloan told them the onetime rap mogul had threatened to kill him immediately before running over him and another man with his truck....
  • Video released of 'Suge' Knight plowing into 2 men

    Video released of 'Suge' Knight plowing into 2 men
    Video of Marion "Suge" Knight plowing into two men with his pickup truck and other key evidence in the former rap music mogul's murder case was released Friday by a Los Angeles court. Superior Court Judge Ronald Coen reviewed the items before...
  • Lawyer to judge: New NCAA head-injury deal as bad as first

    A dissenting plaintiff's attorney told a federal judge Friday that a reworked class-action head-injury settlement with the NCAA is as bad as the one the same judge rejected in December — though other attorneys defended it. The hearing in U.S....
  • NC high court allows electronic gaming convictions to stand

    North Carolina's highest court has allowed two electronic gaming convictions to stand in a decision that authorities say will strengthen their ability to shut down illegal gambling operations. Attorney General Roy Cooper said Friday that the state...
  • Lake Station candidates say ethics, infrastructure repairs needed

    Lake Station candidates say ethics, infrastructure repairs needed
    Democratic candidates for the Lake Station mayor are focusing on the decay in the city - abandoned houses, sewers that are falling apart and more. But they aren't ignoring the public corruption charges current Mayor Keith Soderquist is facing, as he...
  • White House fence jumper who kicked K-9 pleads guilty

    WASHINGTON The Maryland man who scaled the White House fence in October and was caught on camera kicking one of the Secret Service's big Belgian Malinois dogs pleaded guilty Friday to a federal charge stemming from the intrusion. Dominic Adesanya, 23,...
  • Man who jumped White House fence in October takes plea

    A Maryland man arrested after scaling a White House fence last year has pleaded guilty in connection with the case. Dominic Adesanya of Bel Air, Maryland, pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to a charge of entering or remaining in a restricted...
  • Judge tosses $20k award in whistleblower case against BSO

    Judge tosses $20k award in whistleblower case against BSO
    A Broward judge has set aside the verdict in a whistleblower suit against the Broward Sheriff's Office after a juror admitted she provided false information on a questionnaire during jury selection. Deputy Jeffrey Kogan sued the agency after he was...
  • Death for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? It's not the victims' call

    Death for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? It's not the victims' call
    A federal jury in Boston will soon decide whether to sentence Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving Boston Marathon bomber, to death.  Lots of people have opinions on this question, including the editorial board of this newspaper, which reiterated its view...
  • Man sentenced in Connecticut kidnapping, robbery

    The first defendant in a 2013 kidnapping and robbery of a Connecticut jewelry store will serve more than 14 ½ years in prison. Twenty-seven-year-old William Davis of Allentown, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty in December. On Friday, U.S. District Court...