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  • 'Midnight Rider': Cinematographers Guild Releases Safety App in Honor of Sarah Jones

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The Intl. Cinematographers Guild, which represented the late Sarah Jones, has launched a free safety app for the iPhone and Android. Jones, the camera assistant killed on the "Midnight Rider" set, has already been honored with...
  • Ex-Clippers owner Donald Sterling withdraws lawsuit against NBA, wife

    Donald Sterling has withdrawn his lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court that accused his wife, Shelly, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and the league of fraud in the sale of the Clippers. The move last week came as Sterling’s federal anti-trust...
  • U.S. Dept. of Justice reveals plans to review Baltimore Police Dept.

    U.S. Dept. of Justice reveals plans to review Baltimore Police Dept.
    A U.S. Department of Justice official pledged Monday to conduct a thorough, independent and objective review of the city police force after hearing more concerns from residents about excessive force and other misconduct by Baltimore officers. While some...
  • Middletown Man Charged With Avoiding Taxes On Tobacco Sales

    Middletown Man Charged With Avoiding Taxes On Tobacco Sales
    A tobacco wholesaler with businesses in Berlin, Hamden, Danbury, Massachusetts and a large distribution warehouse in Pennsylvania faces federal charges that he cheated Connecticut and Massachusetts of an estimated $43 million in tobacco tax revenue....
  • READ: Statement by PA Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery's attorney

    READ: Statement by PA Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery's attorney
    "Today’s action against Justice McCaffery should surprise no one,given Chief Justice Castille’s relentless crusade to destroy his career and reputation.   We will continue in our efforts to expose the malicious intent behind this effort to...
  • New York man hired to assist suicide sentenced to 12 years

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York man convicted of helping a debt-ridden motivational speaker commit suicide to make the death look like a robbery was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Monday, prosecutors said. Kenneth Minor, 42, pleaded guilty to...
  • Guilty plea in murder of woman, 95

    PHILADELPHIA A Philadelphia man will spend the next 28 to 56 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to fatally injuring a 95-year-old woman after breaking into her home and demanding sex. Hector "Tito" DeJesus, 43, pleaded guilty to third-degree...
  • Antioch man charged with murders of wife, mother pleads guilty

    Antioch man charged with murders of wife, mother pleads guilty
    An Antioch man who nearly decapitated his wife with a machete and suffocated his 82-year-old mother pleaded guilty Monday in Lake County court.  Lake County Judge Mark Levitt sentenced Billy Varner to 45 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections...
  • Marlborough Man Gets 5 Years For Pharmacy Robberies

    Marlborough Man Gets 5 Years For Pharmacy Robberies
    BRIDGEPORT — A Marlborough man who said his addiction to narcotic painkillers drove him to rob five pharmacies last year was sentenced Monday to five years in prison and three years of supervised release. David Haney, 53, robbed drug stores in...
  • Pistorius to be sentenced on Tuesday

    Pistorius to be sentenced on Tuesday
    A judge will pass sentence on athlete Oscar Pistorius on Tuesday for killing his girlfriend after one of the most sensational murder trials in South Africa's history - and the decision could fuel controversy over the state of the country's justice system....
  • Supreme Court agrees to decide gun ownership case

    Supreme Court agrees to decide gun ownership case
    The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide whether a Florida man convicted on drug charges and forced to give up his firearms under federal law could sell the guns or transfer ownership to his wife or a friend. The court agreed to hear an...