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  • Hampton Roads police agencies quietly sharing telephone data

    Hampton Roads police agencies quietly sharing telephone data
    Several local police departments struck an agreement in early 2013 to share telephone data gathered during criminal investigations, according to a memorandum between the agencies. Police in Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Chesapeake and Suffolk are...
  • Man accused of jumping fence, entering White House due in court

    Man accused of jumping fence, entering White House due in court
    The man accused of running into the White House last month after scaling the fence and evading Secret Service officers is due in federal court Tuesday. Omar Gonzalez, 42, sought to warn the president Sept. 19 that “the atmosphere was collapsed.&...
  • Arizona jury to consider death penalty for murderer Jodi Arias

    Arizona jury to consider death penalty for murderer Jodi Arias
    An Arizona jury will be sworn in on Tuesday to decide whether 34-year-old convicted murderer Jodi Arias will be executed for the 2008 slaying of Travis Alexander, court officials said. After months of delays, a 12-member jury is set to be impaneled in...
  • 2 rape charges against New York man dropped because of technicality

    PITTSBURGH Because of a technicality in the law, the Allegheny County District Attorney's office on Friday withdrew rape charges in two 1992 cases against a New York man. Arthur Fryar, 62, of Brooklyn was arrested last year after DNA evidence collected...
  • Kings' Voynov suspended by NHL after domestic violence arrest

    (Reuters) - Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov was suspended indefinitely by the National Hockey League following his arrest early Monday on a felony domestic violence charge, the league said. Voynov, 24, will be paid during the suspension but...
  • Idaho pastors opposed to gay marriage sue city over law

    SALMON Idaho (Reuters) - Two pastors in Idaho, who fear they could be penalized for refusing to perform newly legal gay marriages at their private wedding chapel, have filed a lawsuit, saying an Idaho anti-discrimination law violates their right to free...
  • Teen dad who killed son in Zion gets 23 years in prison

    Teen dad who killed son in Zion gets 23 years in prison
    A man who was 17 when his infant son died in Zion last year was sentenced Monday to 23 years in prison for the boy’s murder. Victor Salinas-Corona gave a tearful statement in a Lake County courtroom before his sentence was announced, saying he...
  • Chile ex-mayor arrested, charged with Pinochet-era crimes

    SANTIAGO (Reuters) - The ex-mayor of an upscale Santiago neighborhood was arrested and charged on Monday in connection with an ongoing investigation into human rights crimes committed in Chile during General Augusto Pinochet's 1973-1990 dictatorship....
  • Oct. 21 Letters: Rob Wittman, Stop and frisk

    Rob Wittman There has been plenty of smoke about which party supports women's issues. Here are some facts that cut through the smoke and show that Rep. Rob Wittman, Republican candidate for Congress, stands up for women's rights. Congressman Wittman...
  • Man gets 122 years in murder of Romeoville girl, 15

    Man gets 122 years in murder of Romeoville girl, 15
    A Cicero man was sentenced to 122 years in prison Monday for the murder of his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend and the attempted murder of her mother with a handgun outside their Romeoville home in February. Will County Judge Robert Livas sentenced Erick Maya...
  • Engineer accused of stealing Boston Scientific secrets

    MINNEAPOLIS Aaron Quoc Khieu stood before potential investors in a Minnetonka, Minn., conference room in 2012 and talked up a medical device that he had helped design and was getting ready to put into production. He had a manufacturer lined up in Vietnam...