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  • L.A. Dodgers must pay $15 million to baseball fan beaten at stadium

    L.A. Dodgers must pay $15 million to baseball fan beaten at stadium
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A jury on Wednesday found the Los Angeles Dodgers negligent in a 2011 assault on a fan at their stadium that left him permanently disabled, ordering the team to pay some $15 million in civil damages but clearing the former club...
  • Prosecutors: Rowland Used Radio Show For Political Gain

    Prosecutors: Rowland Used Radio Show For Political Gain
    Federal prosecutors said Wednesday they intend to tell a jury that when former Gov. John G. Rowland sold his political consulting services, he was secretly selling the muscle behind his long-running political talk show on WTIC-AM radio. The...
  • Donald Sterling calls wife 'pig' after her testimony in Clippers hearing

    After a second day of fiery testimony from her husband, Shelly Sterling took the stand in a trial that may decide if she acted legally when she seized control of the Sterling Family Trust and sold the Clippers. Soon after, Judge Michael Levanas called...
  • Tommy Zeigler documentary raises 'A Question of Innocence'

    Tommy Zeigler documentary raises 'A Question of Innocence'
    The Winter Garden furniture-store owner on death row for the Christmas Eve 1975 murders of his wife and three others is the subject of a new television documentary airing this week, which aims to make the case he never received a fair trial. The...
  • Argentina and holdout creditors flood papers in ad war

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The battleground between Argentina and its holdout creditors shifted from U.S. courts to the court of public opinion as both sides took out full-page advertisements to argue their cases in the world's major newspapers. Just what...
  • Woman's family agonizes over two-week disappearance

    Woman's family agonizes over two-week disappearance
    Two weeks after she disappeared, family members of a missing Fort Lauderdale woman still exist in a limbo of anguished uncertainty. Their anxiety has only increased since June 25, when Trukita Jaquita Scott failed to pick up her two young children...
  • Lauderhill man charged in ID theft case involving stolen driver license info

    Lauderhill man charged in ID theft case involving stolen driver license info
    Some might say you couldn't mistake him for anyone else because of his unique facial tattoos — which include the Bentley luxury car logo splashed across his forehead and between his eyes. But federal prosecutors say Derek Denesevich liked to...
  • Man pleads guilty to aggravated DUI in crash that left 1 dead

    Man pleads guilty to aggravated DUI in crash that left 1 dead
    A 19-year-old Barrington Hills man pleads guilty in Cook County Circuit Court on Wednesday to charges that he was under the influence of drugs when he caused a crash that killed an Elgin man and seriously injured his fiancé last year. Karsten Eilersten,...
  • Man gets 3 life sentences plus 60 years for Hoffman Estates triple murder

    Man gets 3 life sentences plus 60 years for Hoffman Estates triple murder
    The man who murdered three members of a Hoffman Estates family and seriously wounded another in a 2009 knife attack was sentenced today to three life sentences without parole plus an additional 60 years. D’Andre Howard, 26, showed no emotion as...
  • Deputies say they are understaffed, concerned about courthouse security

    Deputies say they are understaffed, concerned about courthouse security
    Deputy sheriffs at the Baltimore County circuit courthouse in Towson say their dwindling numbers and inability to hire new employees in the past four years has left them increasingly concerned about security. Union leaders say the small agency is...
  • Holocaust suspect dies in Michigan after avoiding deportation

    John Kalymon had long insisted that he was not a war criminal. Time has proved to be his most effective defense. For Nazi hunters and European prosecutors, Kalymon's death outside Detroit last month at the age of 93 represents a lost opportunity to...