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  • Hampton jury recommends man serve 10 years in manslaughter case

    HAMPTON — It took a jury 10 minutes Friday to recommend that a Hampton defendant be sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing a man in a restaurant parking lot last year. The jury's recommendation was the maximum Patrick Roberts, 23, could...
  • Highland Park assault weapons ban upheld

    Highland Park assault weapons ban upheld
    A federal judge has ruled Highland Park’s ordinance banning assault weapons does not violate the Second Amendment and the city can enforce its recently made law. Like a few other local municipalities, Highland Park banned assault weapons and high-...
  • Minneapolis police capture man who fled as jury read guilty verdict

    Minneapolis police capture man who fled as jury read guilty verdict
    A 25-year-old who fought his way out of a Minneapolis courtroom as a jury convicted him of attempted murder was captured again Friday morning, police officials said. Michael David Henderson was caught without incident about two miles from the Hennepin...
  • U.S. court voids RadioShack class-action settlement over card receipts

    (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Friday voided RadioShack Corp's class-action settlement with customers who objected to its putting credit and debit card expiration dates on receipts, saying the benefits of the accord appeared too small relative...
  • Prosecutors want to try as adult girl charged in Endia Martin's slaying

    Prosecutors want to try as adult girl charged in Endia Martin's slaying
    Moments after learning she could face trial as an adult and potentially decades behind bars, a 15-year-old girl accused of killing Endia Martin turned to her mother in a Cook County juvenile courtroom Friday and buried her face in her shoulder. The girl...
  • Judge orders deportation of Afghan doctor linked to al-Qaida affiliate

    PHILADELPHIA A federal judge Friday ordered the immediate deportation of an Afghan doctor who prosecutors said passed coded messages to a terrorist group with ties to al-Qaida. U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell made the order after Hayatullah Dawari,...
  • Due to retire, Guantanamo prosecutor gets 3 more years on job

    MIAMI The Pentagon has extended the career of the chief war crimes prosecutor into the first year of the next U.S. president's term, a move designed to instill stability and confidence in the on-again, off-again war crimes trials at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba....
  • Three peanut company officials guilty in deadly salmonella outbreak

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Three former peanut company officials were found guilty on Friday in connection with a 2009 salmonella outbreak that killed nine people and sickened hundreds, federal prosecutors said. The contamination at the Peanut Corporation of...
  • Difference in pledge, prayer, suicide, and boycott: Letters

    Difference in pledge, prayer Helene McCarthy's letter to the editor in the Sept. 13 Sentinel is well intentioned but misguided. There is a difference between expecting others to stand for and participate in prayer than in standing for the Pledge of...
  • Sept. 20 Letters: Watermen, same-sex marriages, Virginia waters, President Obama, SOLs

    I realize that when the governor asks to see the crab numbers move up, that the Virginia Marine Resource Commission and the Natural Resource Department have to respond. After all, they serve at the pleasure of the governor — and they would all...
  • Former Harvey schools chief gets probation for misconduct, theft of $78,000

    Former Harvey schools chief gets probation for misconduct, theft of $78,000
    A former Harvey elementary school superintendent accused of stealing from the impoverished south suburban school district while he was at the helm pleaded guilty to official misconduct charges today and was sentenced to probation, court records show....