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  • Doctor tied to Menendez pleads not guilty in Medicare case

    A Florida doctor charged with corruption alongside New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez pleaded not guilty Thursday to allegations that he oversaw a Medicare fraud of as much as $190 million. U.S. Magistrate Judge James Hopkins ordered Dr. Salomon Melgen, 60, to...
  • Judge rules in favor of Polk in juvenile detainee case

    Judge rules in favor of Polk in juvenile detainee case
    BARTOW — A U.S. District Judge has ruled in favor of the Polk County Sheriff's Office in a federal lawsuit that alleged juveniles were being held in harsh conditions at the jail. Judge Steven D. Merryday ruled Thursday that the Southern Poverty Law...
  • Sheriff's deputy pleads not guilty in federal court

    Sheriff's deputy pleads not guilty in federal court
    A Palm Beach County Sheriff's corrections deputy pleaded not guilty to federal charges that he beat an inmate at a county correctional center and then lied about it. Deputy William Wheeler, 46, entered a not guilty plea in federal court Thursday. A...
  • W.Va. felon convicted of firearms possession

    Federal prosecutors say a Bunker Hill man who had 19 guns in his home has been convicted of a weapons charge. Forty-eight-year-old Timothy James Fisher was convicted in federal court in Martinsburg on one count of being a felon in possession of firearms....
  • Bond denied for driver in fatal Glen Burnie crash

    Bond denied for driver in fatal Glen Burnie crash
    A county judge on Thursday ordered a Pasadena man to remain held without bond on charges stemming from a suspected drunken driving crash last year that left a 21-year-old woman dead. Defense attorney Peter O'Neill asked Anne Arundel Circuit Court...
  • Va. man sentenced to more than 13 years for child porn

    A Newport News man has been sentenced to 13 years and four months in federal prison for child pornography. Twenty-two-year-old Isaiah Al'Von Holloman was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Newport News. Court records show Holloman had more than 600...
  • Monroe man second to plead guilty in federal meth case

    A Monroe County man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges he conspired to distribute methamphetamine in 2013 and 2014, according to the U.S. attorney's office. Scott Borushak, 51, of Sciota was the second defendant to plead guilty in the case. Co-...
  • Man indicted in 'Orange Is The New Black' case elected senator in Nigeria

    Man indicted in 'Orange Is The New Black' case elected senator in Nigeria
    LAGOS, Nigeria --  A man indicted in Chicago for allegedly smuggling heroin, in a court case that was the basis for the TV hit "Orange Is The New Black," has been elected a senator in Nigeria. Buruji Kashamu was little known before he returned home in...
  • Ex-NFL star Hernandez convicted of murder, sentenced to life

    Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for a deadly late-night shooting, sealing the downfall of an athlete who once had a $40 million contract and a standout...
  • Convicted ex-judge mails out court-ordered apology letters

    A former Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice ordered to send apology letters to every other judge in the state as part of her criminal sentence on campaign corruption charges has finally mailed them. Other judges on Thursday began receiving Joan Orie...
  • News Guide: Status of gay marriage in Guam, US territories

    Guam's attorney general and governor are at odds over whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry in the U.S. territory. On Wednesday, the attorney general directed officials to begin processing marriage license applications from same-sex...