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  • When teens commit crimes that shock the conscience

    Their crimes are shocking, all the more so because of their ages. Not only has the Lehigh Valley had its share of juveniles who kill, but many of their murders have been particularly callous. There's the 17-year-old boy from Allentown who drew up a...
  • Indiana jury convicts man in 1979 slaying of woman, 20

    A western Indiana man linked to a 1979 slaying by DNA found on the victim's shirt has been convicted of murder in the woman's death and attempted murder for attacking her 2-year-old son. A Vigo County jury convicted Richard L. Boswell Jr., 57, on...
  • Jarret Stoll, Slava Voynov arrests part of Kings' season of disarray

    Jarret Stoll, Slava Voynov arrests part of Kings' season of disarray
    September and training camp passed, almost uneventfully for the Kings. And so did the first six games of the season. After that, nothing was quite the same after their 2-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Oct. 19. By the next morning, defenseman...
  • Sex offender sentenced to 25 years for trying to lure girl

    A convicted Tennessee sex offender accused of trying to lure an Illinois teenager into a sexual relationship has been sentenced to 25 years in prison. The (Champaign) News-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1zuiBns ) that a federal judge in Springfield...
  • NC court: Is 800K tobacco growers too many to split $340M?

    North Carolina's highest court will take up how many current and former tobacco growers in the Southeast have a stake in the $340 million reserve held by a nonprofit cooperative established during an era of taxpayer subsidies killed a decade ago. The...
  • Connecticut man sentenced to 12 years on child porn charges

    Federal prosecutors say a 29-year-old Connecticut man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison on child pornography charges that included having images of a boy he knew. Ryan Harding of Woodstock was sentenced on Friday in federal court in Hartford. He...
  • Ex-Burr Oak Cemetery workers get prison time

    Ex-Burr Oak Cemetery workers get prison time
    Terrence Nicks kept a solemn face when he asked Judge Joan O'Brien to consider his personal history, shortly before she sentenced him at the Bridgeview Courthouse on Friday to three years in prison for removal and desecration of human remains, as well...
  • McVeigh defense archive shows bomber viewed blast as failure

    Timothy McVeigh considered the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building 20 years ago somewhat of a failure, viewed himself as a "Paul Revere-type messenger" and even suggested his defense team should receive $800,000 from the government, according an...
  • Christine O'Donnell responds to FEC complaint

    Former U.S. Senate candidate and tea party favorite Christine O'Donnell is fighting back against Federal Election Commission allegations that she illegally used at least $20,000 in campaign contributions to pay rent and utility bills at a Delaware town...
  • Prosecutors in Md. charge man in Census Bureau guard's death

    A man accused of killing a U.S. Census Bureau guard during a crime spree in and around the Washington, D.C., area has been charged with murder and other federal offenses, prosecutors said. Ronald Anderson was charged in a criminal complaint on Friday...
  • Guest Column: A profile: Nancy Duden, new county attorney

    County Attorney Nancy McCutchan Duden was on the short list for a gubernatorial appointment to the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. But when County Executive Steve Schuh appointed her to her current position as county attorney, she withdrew her...