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  • Companies ask Boone judge to keep suit's pill records sealed

    Eleven pharmaceutical drug distributors have asked a judge to deny the state's request to unseal a court filing containing information about their shipments to West Virginia pharmacies. The companies are being sued in Boone County Circuit Court by the...
  • NYC harassment case against marathon bombers' sister dropped

    Accusations that the Boston Marathon bombers' sister threatened to bomb a perceived romantic rival can't be proved, prosecutors said Monday as they dropped a harassment case against her. The Manhattan district attorney's office said it had "significant"...
  • Florida woman on death row wants new trial in double murder

    Florida woman on death row wants new trial in double murder
    A woman on Florida's death row will ask the Florida Supreme Court to throw out her conviction and death sentence this week for robbing, kidnapping and burying a disabled Jacksonville couple alive. Lawyers for Tiffany Cole, 33, will argue the attorneys...
  • 2 men charged in shooting of snow shoveler in court

    Two suspects charged in connection with the shooting of a man shoveling snow as part of a work crew in Boston in February face arraignment on first-degree murder charges. Donte Henley and Josiah Zachery are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Suffolk...
  • City of Ferguson paying noted attorney $1,335 an hour

    FERGUSON, Mo. In the days following a Department of Justice report accusing Ferguson's police and municipal court of widespread abuses, the city made a series of conciliatory moves. Three employees involved in racist emails were forced out. The city...
  • The Latest: Arrested protester: Curfew law very egregious

    12:00 a.m. A woman with her hands in cuffs as she was being put into a police van told the media she was being arrested for a "very egregious curfew law. If they're doing this to me, they're going to do it to you." She said she had been part of the...
  • Coal ash contamination upsets residents near North Carolina plants

    Coal ash contamination upsets residents near North Carolina plants
    As a boy, Ron Thomas often watched murky water pour from a pipe into the Yadkin River behind his family's farmhouse, dumped from coal ash storage ponds at Duke Energy's Buck electricity plant. Now 80, Thomas worries that he and his wife, Joann, 72, have...
  • SUNY chimp case questions animals' right to freedom

    SUNY chimp case questions animals' right to freedom
    When a court hearing was ordered to determine whether two chimpanzees, named Hercules and Leo, are being “unlawfully detained” by the State University of New York at Stony Brook, the primates (and their lawyers) made a bit of history. No,...
  • Defense faces challenges as theater shooting victims testify

    Half-empty tissue boxes littered the floor of Courtroom 201 after a day in which survivors told stories of heartbreak, revulsion and horror about the night James Holmes shot scores of people inside a packed a suburban Denver movie theater. Some in the...
  • Trial begins for 6 in slaying of Va. reserve officer

    Six people are scheduled to go on trial this week on charges stemming from the slaying of a Waynesboro reserve police officer. The News-Virginian (http://bit.ly/1EZrBsp ) reports that jury selection will begin Monday in U.S. District Court in...
  • Pace of death sentences, executions slows in Virginia

    A prosecutor's decision not to seek a death penalty for the man accused of abducting and killing a University of Virginia student is emblematic of capital punishment's decline across the country and in the state that once operated one of the busiest...