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  • Baltimore judge approves $190 million deal on secret gynecological photos

    BALTIMORE (Reuters) - A Baltimore judge on Friday approved a $190 million settlement to compensate thousands of women who were secretly photographed by a now-deceased Johns Hopkins Hospital gynecologist during exams. The hospital and former patients of...
  • Tamarac commissioner faces challenger for first time in career

    Tamarac commissioner faces challenger for first time in career
    For the first time in his political career, incumbent Commissioner Harry Dressler has competition. In 2006 and 2009, Dressler won his district commission seat automatically. Now he has competition for the city's top elected job: Elberg "Mike" Gelin, a...
  • Pennsylvania newlyweds get life without parole in Craigslist killing

    (Reuters) - The Pennsylvania newlyweds who admitted using Craigslist to lure a victim for a thrill-killing were sentenced on Thursday to life in prison without parole in a plea deal that spared them from the death penalty, a defense spokeswoman said. The...
  • Testimony Ends In Sexual Assault Trial, For Now

    Testimony Ends In Sexual Assault Trial, For Now
    HARTFORD — The lawyer defending a former Glastonbury man on charges that he and his former husband abused boys they adopted through the state Department of Children and Families finished presenting his case Friday, but did not rest. Michael...
  • Elway's son gets probation on assault charge

    The Sports Xchange Elway's son gets probation on assault charge John Elway's son has pleaded guilty and sentenced to probation after being charged with assault involving his girlfriend. John Elway III had been charged with disturbing the peace and...
  • Former UCF student guilty of battery, resisting arrest without violence

    Former UCF student guilty of battery, resisting arrest without violence
    Victoria King, the former University of Central Florida student who refused to roll down her window during a traffic stop on campus last year, was found guilty Friday of battery and resisting arrest without violence. The officer who stopped her, Timothy...
  • Man found guilty on all counts in murder of ex-girlfriend, 15

    Man found guilty on all counts in murder of ex-girlfriend, 15
    A Cicero man was found guilty today of murdering his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend and attempting to murder her mother during a shooting in Romeoville earlier this year. A Will County jury took about two hours this afternoon to convict Erick Maya, 24, of...
  • The Rise and Fall of Former Gov. John G. Rowland

    The Rise and Fall of Former Gov. John G. Rowland
    John G. Rowland was found guilty Friday of a scheme to collect secret pay checks from rich Republican congressional candidates. Read the full story here. Here are some highlights from the life of the former Governor.  May 24, 1957----John G. Rowland...
  • Purdue University shooter gets 65 years, shows no remorse

    Purdue University shooter gets 65 years, shows no remorse
    A former Purdue University student was sentenced on Friday to 65 years in prison for shooting and stabbing to death a fellow engineering senior that he envied, in front of about a dozen students in a lab class in January. Cody Cousins, 24, of Warsaw,...
  • DNA on belt, knife link suspect to Davie woman's killing

    When Davie police officers were sent to investigate a possible home invasion in the gated WestRidge community one Monday afternoon, they found something much worse. A partially clothed woman's body was lying face up in the master bathroom. Her hands and...
  • Baltimore County police department employee charged with marijuana possession

    Baltimore County police department employee charged with marijuana possession
    Baltimore County police have charged a civilian employee who worked in the department's Criminal Investigation Division after detectives found marijuana in her home Wednesday. Investigators searched the home of Susan M. Burke on Glenback Avenue in...