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  • Fifth guilty plea in Hamilton Township drive-by shooting

    An East Stroudsburg man Monday became the last of five people to plead guilty to being an accomplice to third-degree murder in a Jan. 14 drive-by shooting in Hamilton Township. Brandon Wilson, 20, pleaded guilty in the death of Darcey Kravchenko, 39, who...
  • Man pleads guilty in methamphetamine trafficking case

    A man will serve more than four years in state prison after admitting his role in a methamphetamine trafficking ring and a burglary at a Wilson home. Eric Youngkin, 43, of Palmer Township pleaded guilty Tuesday to possession with the intent to deliver,...
  • Hearing over execution of Michael Ballard set for next month

    Mass murderer Michael Eric Ballard will appear in Northampton County Court next month in his legal battle to block any efforts to halt his execution for killing four people in 2010 in a Northampton borough home. Ballard will appear Aug. 29 before...
  • Colorado judge sets new December 8 trial date in theater massacre case

    Sanity exam of accused Colorado theater gunman can be filmed: judge
    DENVER (Reuters) - A second psychiatric examination of accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes, who says he was insane when he shot dead 12 moviegoers two years ago, can be recorded on video, a judge overseeing the case ruled on Thursday. Holmes...
  • Los Angeles Clippers would lose players, sponsors if Sterling stays -CEO

    By Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES, July 23 (Reuters) - Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's bid to block the $2 billion sale of the NBA team in a probate trial entered its final stretch on Wednesday when his attorneys sought to prove his estranged...
  • End of Florida ban won't end whining

    Now that Florida is on the verge of actually doing something sensible and just, the hysterical griping will be getting louder. Much louder. It's against the Bible, we will be hearing. Sorry, I give no credence to people who use religion as an excuse to...
  • Ex-Rosemead Mayor John Tran gets 21 months for witness tampering

    Ex-Rosemead Mayor John Tran gets 21 months for witness tampering
    Ex-Rosemead Mayor John Tran was sentenced Monday to 21 months in federal prison for witness tampering to resolve a bribery and extortion case involving a real estate developer. Tran faced up to 25 years in prison for his alleged role in the bribery...
  • Judge says no gay marriage tomorrow in Florida

    Judge says no gay marriage tomorrow in Florida
    A judge who last week handed down a landmark decision, declaring Florida's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional, today refused to lift a stay, meaning no same-sex couples will get married tomorrow in Florida. Circuit Judge Luis Garcia wrote that other...
  • Israel blocks subpoena in terrorism case over Florida teen's death

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Israel persuaded a U.S. judge not to require a key witness to testify in a case where Bank of China Ltd is accused of supporting terrorism by Palestinian militants, including the 2006 death of an American teenager in a suicide...
  • Ruling keeps gay marriage ban in effect in Florida Keys

    Ruling keeps gay marriage ban in effect in Florida Keys
    MIAMI (Reuters) - A judge in the Florida Keys on Monday rejected an emergency motion filed by a gay couple hoping to wed, effectively allowing Florida's same-sex marriage ban to remain in effect while it is appealed, likely all the way to the U.S. Supreme...
  • Illinois attorney general: Send concealed carry rejection cases back to review board

    Illinois attorney general: Send concealed carry rejection cases back to review board
    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan plans to ask Cook County Circuit Court judges to send cases involving concealed carry rejections back to the state review board for another look, a spokeswoman for the attorney general said Monday. The Illinois...