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  • DA plans to seek death penalty in Chapel Hill shooting case

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. The man accused of killing three Muslim students in Chapel Hill last month kept pictures and detailed notes on parking activity in the condominium complex where the shootings occurred, according to a search warrant released Monday....
  • Judge: CeeLo Green in compliance with probation in drug case

    CeeLo Green has completed more than 150 hours of community service and is complying with counseling requirements that are conditions of his probation in a felony drug case, court records show. The Grammy Award-winning singer has been working with...
  • Ex-Windsor police chief gets suspended sentence after guilty plea

    Ex-Windsor police chief gets suspended sentence after guilty plea
    The former police chief for the Town of Windsor won't see any jail time after he was charged with embezzling money and pleaded guilty to lesser charges. Arlis "Vic" Reynolds was fired without explanation from his post at the helm of the Windsor Police...
  • Jury selection underway in Geneva murder trial

    Jury selection underway in Geneva murder trial
    Opening statements in the Shadwick King murder trial could begin Tuesday afternoon because of the need for a second day of jury selection. Prosecutors and King's attorney seated 10 jurors for the 16-member panel on Monday after wrapping up last-minute...
  • Jury deciding life or death for Jodi Arias return Tuesday

    Jurors deciding whether convicted murderer Jodi Arias should get the death penalty or life in prison for killing her boyfriend will resume deliberations Tuesday. The Maricopa County Superior Court jury in Phoenix didn't reach a decision Monday. They...
  • Teen testifies in trial over gay-straight alliance at Lake school

    Teen testifies in trial over gay-straight alliance at Lake school
    OCALA — Sporting one of her favorite rainbow-colored bowties, 14-year-old Hannah Faughnan testified in federal court Monday that a gay-straight alliance serves as a refuge for tormented teenagers. "Bullying is a very, very difficult problem, and...
  • Authorities request burial for baby found at McHenry Co. morgue

    Authorities request burial for baby found at McHenry Co. morgue
    McHenry County prosecutors are seeking court permission to bury a baby boy who died in 1992 and whose remains were recently discovered in the coroner's office. The request sheds a bit more light on the mysterious case of the child dubbed by...
  • Felon seeking Stand Your Ground defense to remain on house arrest

    Felon seeking Stand Your Ground defense to remain on house arrest
    A Palm Beach County felon facing two attempted murder charges — and called a "domestic terrorist" by police — won't be released from house arrest before a hearing on his Stand Your Ground self-defense claim. Judge Barry Cohen on Monday...
  • 'Black Madam' falls ill after 2 days of colorful testimony

    An underground "body sculptor" charged in the death of a London dancer has tangled with a prosecutor who believes her ever-changing names, addresses and business ventures are the work of a classic con. But the hip-hop artist and onetime escort-service...
  • Lawyer for media fights gag order in mine disaster case

    A gag order in the criminal case of the West Virginia coal mine explosion that killed 29 men violates the First Amendment by barring virtually anyone from discussing it publicly, a lawyer for media organizations said Monday. David Schulz told a three-...
  • 3 Attica guards plead guilty as assault trial about to begin

    Three Attica prison guards charged with beating a jewelry thief until bones in his face and legs broke pleaded guilty Monday in an agreement that will spare them jail time. Keith Swack, Sean Warner and Matthew Rademacher admitted to misdemeanor charges...