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  • Judge OKs date for Tamarac corruption trial

    Judge OKs date for Tamarac corruption trial
    The on-again, off-again public corruption drama of former Tamarac Mayor Beth Flansbaum-Talabisco will go back to court — for the second time. Flansbaum-Talabisco, the city's first elected female mayor, is the last in a string of elected...
  • 'Backstreet Boys' touts band's resilience, has little insight

    'Backstreet Boys' touts band's resilience, has little insight
    With 130 million albums sold, the Backstreet Boys are the bestselling boy band in history — not counting the Beatles, of course. But as member AJ McLean wonders, "What do you do when you're a full-grown man in a boy band?" McLean's earnest...
  • Judicial Marshal Facing Larceny, Prostitution Charges Fired

    A state judicial marshal charged with promoting prostitution and larceny late last year was fired last week and is now facing a child pornography charge. Michael Connelly,53, of Waterbury, was terminated from his position with the state's Judicial Branch...
  • Boy Scouts settle California lawsuit over sex abuse by volunteer Scout leader

    The Boy Scouts of America settled a sex abuse case Thursday involving a 20-year-old California man who was molested by a Scout volunteer in 2007 — a decision that will keep years' worth of "perversion" files detailing sex abuse allegations secret...
  • Hearing on Jessica Padgett's death will have 'a lot of emotions'

    Hearing on Jessica Padgett's death will have 'a lot of emotions'
    Within hours after Jessica Padgett disappeared, more than 100 volunteers started combing through Northampton, handing out fliers with a photo of the mother of three and searching the streets for clues on her whereabouts. Jim Wilkins, a longtime friend...
  • Woman accused in child's starvation death asks judge to set bail

    Woman accused in child's starvation death asks judge to set bail
    The Lauderhill woman accused of torturing her 12-year-old autistic cousin, who died in 2013 after wasting away from 115 pounds to 56 in nine months, is asking a Broward judge to set bail so she can get out of jail while she's awaiting trial. Latoya...
  • Long-awaited trial set to open in missing-child case of Etan Patz, who vanished in 1979

    The teenage stock clerk was just a name in a file for decades, one of many people police encountered while searching for a 6-year-old boy named Etan Patz. Thirty-five years later, Pedro Hernandez is going on trial in a case that shaped the nation's...
  • Eric Frein pleads not guilty in trooper's ambush killing

    Eric Frein pleads not guilty in trooper's ambush killing
    MILFORD — A survivalist who spent more than a month on the run after authorities say he killed one state trooper and wounded another in a late-night ambush pleaded not guilty Thursday, setting the stage for a trial at which prosecutors will seek...
  • Prosecutor: Dispute over Guantanamo's female guards is al-Qaida conspiracy

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba A war court prosecutor Thursday cast an Iraqi captive's request to not be touched by female guards as part of a wider al-Qaida conspiracy, and asked a military judge facing a discrimination complaint to rule for the women....
  • Captured treasure hunter appears in court; hearing rescheduled

    Captured treasure hunter appears in court; hearing rescheduled
    All U.S. District Court Judge Dave Brannon wanted was proof for the record that the man standing in front of him was who he was purported to be: an infamous treasure hunter on the lam. But instead of confirming his identity, Thomas G. Thompson rattled...
  • Prosecutor questions whether Lindsay Lohan completed community service; new hearing set

    A prosecutor on Wednesday raised doubts that Lindsay Lohan had completed the terms of her community service sentence in a reckless driving case that is the final criminal case the actress faces for years of bad behavior. The complaints from Santa...