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  • Jury seated in Newport News nightclub homicide case

    Jury seated in Newport News nightclub homicide case
    A 13-person jury was selected Tuesday in the trial of a woman charged with shooting and killing another woman outside the Alley nightclub. Crystal Harrell, 22, of Newport News, is charged with shooting Sakinah Breathwaite in the parking lot of the Alley...
  • Ten charged in alleged PennDOT kickback scheme

    Ten charged in alleged PennDOT kickback scheme
    In a case of nepotism and cronyism costing taxpayers millions, state prosecutors allege two former PennDOT managers took kickbacks to look the other way as employees and consultants overbilled the road agency to the tune of at least $1.2 million. The...
  • Affidavit: Police union asked for dirt on Costa Mesa councilmen

    Affidavit: Police union asked for dirt on Costa Mesa councilmen
    Costa Mesa police officers mocked members of the City Council and suggested ways to catch them in compromising positions in the run-up to the 2012 municipal election, according to emails contained in court documents reviewed Monday by the Daily Pilot....
  • Pakistan angry at school killings, moves to execute convicted terrorists

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan Pakistan's government lifted a moratorium on executing convicted terrorists Wednesday and sought Afghanistan's help to find the mastermind of Tuesday's murderous attack on an army-run school in the northern city of Peshawar, as the...
  • Woody's Wharf to appellate court: Shall we dance?

    Woody's Wharf to appellate court: Shall we dance?
    A lawsuit between Newport Beach and a popular restaurant will head back to court Friday. The issue of whether patrons can dance late into the night at Woody's Wharf ended up in court last year after the City Council denied permits needed by the...
  • Father charged in connection with Poconos crash that killed 3

    The day before a 15-year-old girl lost control of her dad's SUV and crashed it, killing three Northampton boys, her dad let her drive the 2001 Chevrolet Suburban from their suburban New York City home to their vacation home in the Pocono Mountains,...
  • Arizona 'Dreamers' happy but wary of Supreme Court ruling on licenses

    Arizona 'Dreamers' happy but wary of Supreme Court ruling on licenses
    For now, Carla Chavarria plans to keep taking the bus. And Julio Zuniga will remain cautious every time he drives past a police car. Although the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Arizona must offer driver’s licenses to young immigrants who...
  • Cuba releases Alan Gross; White House announces plans to re-establish diplomatic relations with Havana

    Cuba releases Alan Gross; White House announces plans to re-establish diplomatic relations with Havana
    President Barack Obama announced plans Wednesday to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, open an embassy in Havana and relax trade and travel restrictions — reversing more than half a century of policy aimed at isolating the Communist nation...
  • Navy engineer pleads not guilty to charges

    Navy engineer pleads not guilty to charges
    A York County man accused of attempting to send to Egypt sensitive designs for the nation's newest aircraft carrier pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the two federal charges against him. Mostafa Ahmed Awwad — who until two weeks ago was an...
  • Jury finds former New York jail guard guilty in inmate death

    Jury finds former New York jail guard guilty in inmate death
    A former supervising guard at New York City's Rikers Island jail complex was found guilty on Wednesday of refusing to summon medical attention for a mentally ill inmate who died after swallowing corrosive detergent. Jurors in U.S. District Court in...
  • Bryan Singer Accuser Michael Egan Indicted on Securities Fraud Charges

    Michael Egan, who accused Bryan Singer and other industry figures of sex abuse when he was a minor in the late 1990s, has been indicted on securities and wire fraud charges in Charlotte, N.C. Egan, 32, allegedly "engaged in a fraudulent investment scheme...