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  • Congo-born Mooseheart basketball player fights for eligibility

    Congo-born Mooseheart basketball player fights for eligibility
    While debate heats up over President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration, another immigration controversy simmers in Kane County court. It can generate intense passions too. This one centers around the high school basketball season, set to tip...
  • Wellington polo magnate sentenced to 16 years, denied bond during appeal

    John Goodman's attorneys will fight to get him home for Thanksgiving, even if the Wellington polo club founder once again has a 16-year prison sentence blocking his way. Palm Beach County Chief Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath on Friday refused to let...
  • FBI arrests two would-be Ferguson bomb suspects: law enforcement source

    By Daniel Wallis FERGUSON Mo. (Reuters) - Two men suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested on Friday and charged with federal firearms...
  • Source: FBI arrests two would-be Ferguson bomb suspects

    Source: FBI arrests two would-be Ferguson bomb suspects
    Two men suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested on Friday and charged with federal firearms offenses, a law enforcement official told...
  • Fake-money-passing felon could be trouble down road for A-Rod

    Of all the sketchy characters caught up in the Alex Rodriguez steroid saga, possibly none is more curious than Gary Jones. A one-time passer of counterfeit currency who recently pleaded guilty to peddling fake prescription pills and selling an AK-47,...
  • L.A. Unified ends Miramonte sex abuse case with $139-million deal

    L.A. Unified ends Miramonte sex abuse case with $139-million deal
    The L.A. Unified School District has agreed to pay about $139 million to settle claims that a Miramonte Elementary School teacher abused his students, drawing to a close the lengthy case that led to changes in state law and district policies. It is...
  • Convicted killer's trial in Lake County presents challenges

    Convicted killer's trial in Lake County presents challenges
    With the recent return of Jorge Torrez to stand trial on charges he killed two young girls, Lake County law enforcement authorities face logistical challenges and potentially uncomfortable legal proceedings as they seek to close a case that has haunted...
  • Sisters awarded $5 million in lead-paint suit

    Sisters awarded $5 million in lead-paint suit
    A Baltimore jury awarded $5 million Friday to a pair of sisters who claimed they suffered permanent brain damage from ingesting flaking lead paint in a rented West Baltimore home two decades ago. The judgment against Stewart Levitas, a former president...
  • Louisiana AG disagrees with ruling that would free 'Angola Three' inmate

    By Kathy Finn NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Louisiana's attorney general disagreed on Friday with a federal court ruling overturning the conviction of the last of the prisoners known as the "Angola Three," who has spent 42 years in solitary confinement. The 5th...
  • St. Louis area prays and waits as grand jury mulls Michael Brown case

    St. Louis area prays and waits as grand jury mulls Michael Brown case
    First, the pastor asked congregants to pray for the parents of Michael Brown, who was fatally shot over the summer about three miles away. They murmured yes. Then she asked the several dozen mostly black parishioners at Christ the King United Church...
  • Broward man who answered teen's Craigslist ad gets prison

    Broward man who answered teen's Craigslist ad gets prison
    A Broward County man who admitted he arranged to meet a teenage boy for sex at a park in Lauderhill was sentenced to 12 years and six months in federal prison Tuesday. Brian Keith Dunn, 50, of Coral Springs, pleaded guilty earlier this year to...