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  • Freedom Industries, state sign spill site cleanup agreement

    Freedom Industries and West Virginia regulators have signed an agreement for cleaning up the site of a 2014 chemical spill in the Elk River that prompted a tap water ban for 300,000 people for days. The agreement announced Tuesday by the West Virginia...
  • Colorado theater shooter's mom feels guilt over his illness

    The mother of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes feels guilty for not knowing her son was mentally ill and needed treatment, she wrote in a book of prayers and reflections compiled since the 2012 attack. Arlene Holmes wrote in "When The Focus Shifts:...
  • Trial set for woman accused of drowning puppy at airport

    A June trial has been scheduled for a Florida woman accused of drowning a puppy in a south-central Nebraska airport bathroom. In a document filed in Hall County District Court on Friday, 57-year-old Cynthia Anderson waived her right to a preliminary...
  • Lawyers: Aaron Hernandez murder trial could finish next week

    Lawyers involved in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez say they expect the case to wrap up next week. The trial began Jan. 29 and was estimated to last six to 10 weeks. Prosecutors are still putting on their case...
  • NC justices hear executive-legislative branch fight in June

    North Carolina's highest court plans to hear arguments early this summer on whether the General Assembly can make appointments to three state environmental panels or if those decisions must rest with Gov. Pat McCrory. The state Supreme Court told lawyers...
  • Boston Marathon bombing jurors see carnage photos; prosecutors rest

    Prosecutors rested their case against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday after jurors in his federal death penalty trial saw gruesome autopsy photos and heard a medical examiner describe the devastating injuries suffered by an 8-year-old...
  • Hernandez's Fiancee Can't Remember Where She Dumped Box

    Hernandez's Fiancee Can't Remember Where She Dumped Box
    FALL RIVER, Mass. — Aaron Hernandez's fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins, drove her sister out of the courtroom in tears and caused prosecutors to question her honesty Monday during testimony in which she claimed to have no recollection of what she did...
  • Court of Appeals upholds cap on damages in police brutality case

    Maryland's Court of Appeals on Monday upheld a cap on monetary awards in lawsuits against local governments, turning back an effort to collect $11.5 million awarded to the family of a Prince George's County man fatally shot by police. The ruling means...
  • Hearing begins for Bucks family accused of fraud

    Hearing begins for Bucks family accused of fraud
    DOYLESTOWN — In the first day of preliminary hearing testimony in a $20 million insurance fraud case, topics ranged from whether a stockpile of hair spray could accelerate a fire — to whether a home sale was a sham transaction — to why...
  • Ruling on U.S. flag raises questions about students' free-speech rights

    Ruling on U.S. flag raises questions about students' free-speech rights
    The Supreme Court rejected a free-speech appeal Monday from several California high school students who were told they could not wear a shirt emblazoned with an American flag on the Cinco de Mayo holiday. The court's action has the effect of upholding...
  • Judge asks Robin Williams' widow, children to settle estate battle outside courtroom

    Judge asks Robin Williams' widow, children to settle estate battle outside courtroom
    A judge is asking Robin Williams’ widow and his adult children to try and settle their dispute over the late actor’s estate before a court hearing in June. Susan Schneider Williams filed a petition in December, saying his three children...