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  • Elko County fight over fish, forest road resumes in US court

    A 15-year-old legal battle between a Nevada county, the U.S. government and environmentalists resumed Monday in federal court in Reno, where Elko County officials once again are trying to prove a national forest road belongs to them based on claims it...
  • Ex-South Carolina sheriff sentenced: 1 year, 1 day in prison

    The man who had been South Carolina's longest-serving sheriff was sentenced Monday to one year and one day in prison after pleading guilty in a corruption scheme. U.S. District Judge Terry Wooten also fined former Lexington County Sheriff James Metts...
  • A look at judge, lawyers in Colorado theater shooting trial

    Key players in the trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes: ___ THE JUDGE Carlos A. Samour Jr. became a district court judge in 2007 after working as a private defense attorney, then a Denver prosecutor. Samour moved to the United States from...
  • S. Fla. doctor sentenced to 2 years in prison, $50,000 fine for hiding $18M from IRS

    S. Fla. doctor sentenced to 2 years in prison, $50,000 fine for hiding $18M from IRS
    A South Florida doctor who admitted he hid $18 million income from the IRS was sentenced to two years in federal prison Monday. Dr. Krishna Tripuraneni, 57, settled his tab of more than $11.8 million in taxes, penalties and interest in the months prior...
  • 'Batman' killer studied brain disorders before mass murder

    James Holmes was growing volatile well before he put on a gas mask and body armor, strapped on a rifle, shotgun, pistol and ammunition, and slipped into a midnight premiere of the Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises." He was a sought-after neuroscientist-...
  • Danbury teacher appears in court on sexual assault charge

    A Danbury High School science teacher appeared briefly in court on charges that she sexually assaulted one of her students. According to an arrest report, 24-year-old-year-old Kayla Mooney was charged March 31 after an investigation into a complaint...
  • Pulaski mom sentenced on charges stemming from baby's death

    A Pulaski woman will spend seven years in prison after pleading no contest to child neglect stemming from her infant son's death. Media outlets report that Samantha Anna-Jane Taylor, also known as Samantha Warden, entered her plea and was sentenced...
  • 5 things to know for Monday in Pennsylvania

    A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday. JUDGE TO HEAR FROM ATTORNEY GENERAL'S ATTORNEYS Judge William Carpenter initially ordered Attorney General Kathleen Kane to explain...
  • Judges to decide on electronic devices on case-by-case basis

    With the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declining to ban tweets, texts, email and other electronic communication in Pennsylvania courtrooms, county judges will decide on a case-by-case basis whether the public and news organizations are allowed to report...
  • Boston Marathon bomber's lawyers prepare case for life

    Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will begin presenting witnesses this week in the penalty phase of his trial as they try to make their case that he should be sentenced to life in prison — not death — for his role in the...
  • Gay mentor, belief in dignity at roots of Kennedy's views

    The Irish Catholic boy who came of age in Sacramento after World War II is an unlikely candidate to be the author of the Supreme Court's major gay rights rulings. But those who have known Justice Anthony Kennedy for decades and scholars who have...