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  • Texas woman convicted of killing child freed from prison on bond

    A Texas woman convicted of killing her 4-year-old foster child by force-feeding him an overdose of salt has been released on bail after an appeals court said there were sufficient questions in her original prosecution to warrant a new trial. Bond for...
  • Allentown real estate broker, Easton social worker among area professionals sanctioned by state boards

    Allentown real estate broker, Easton social worker among area professionals sanctioned by state boards
    These disciplinary and licensing actions were announced recently by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website, where you...
  • Former Texas justice of the peace sentenced to death for murder

    A former justice of the peace in North Texas was sentenced to death Wednesday for killing a district attorney's wife in what prosecutors described as a revenge plot that left three people dead. Eric Williams was convicted Dec. 4 of capital murder in the...
  • Ebony Wilkerson: 'I didn't realize the seriousness of it'

    Ebony Wilkerson: 'I didn't realize the seriousness of it'
    DAYTONA BEACH — The Holy Spirit guided Ebony Wilkerson to the Atlantic Ocean, angels surrounded her and safety awaited, the South Carolina mother testified in court today. She wasn't aware her three children locked in the minivan she was driving...
  • Reporter does not have to reveal source in murder stories, court rules

    Reporter does not have to reveal source in murder stories, court rules
    Illinois appellate justices this week ruled a Joliet-area reporter does not have to reveal his source or turn over his notes for stories he wrote about a grisly double homicide. Will County Judge Gerald Kinney found Patch.com reporter Joe Hosey in...
  • Montana homeowner convicted of setting deadly trap for German student

    A Montana man accused of setting a trap for burglars in his garage, and then shooting a German foreign exchange student who entered, was found guilty of deliberate homicide, a jury decided Wednesday. Markus Hendrick Kaarma, 29, of Missoula, had been...
  • Greek government in peril as parliament fails to elect new president

    Greece’s embattled government failed Wednesday in its first of three attempts to elect a new president, raising the specter of snap elections and the rise of Europe’s first anti-austerity party. The parliamentary vote comes amid fresh market...
  • Legal fight over California's unique art-sales law nears climax

    Legal fight over California's unique art-sales law nears climax
    Past and future paydays for American artists were at stake in a Pasadena courtroom Tuesday as a group of them tried to salvage a special privilege that only California confers: the right to pocket a 5% royalty whenever a California collector or gallery...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Bill Cosby won't face charges in Playboy Mansion sex case, DA says

    Bill Cosby will not be charged with a crime after a woman claimed he molested her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974, Los Angeles prosecutors said Tuesday.  In the lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Judy Huth said she and a 16-year-old...