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  • Englewood student's fatal shooting reinforces fears of parents, classmates

    Englewood student's fatal shooting reinforces fears of parents, classmates
    For students at Johnson College Prep, traveling to and from school in the Englewood neighborhood is so perilous that some parents deliver their children to school and pick them up — added work, to be sure, but for many the only way they see to...
  • Former oil executive in custody after escape from U.S. prison in Texas

    A former oil company executive convicted of operating an investment scam that defrauded about $7 million from hundreds of investors was captured on Tuesday after escaping from a low-security federal prison in central Texas. Jimmy Morrisett, 55, who...
  • U.S. torture report puts Romania's role under scrutiny

    The lawyer for a man tortured by the CIA said Romania's authorities should acknowledge the role they played after a U.S. Senate report pointed to Romania as the site of the secret CIA jail where the man was interrogated. The report did not name countries...
  • Delray man accused of killing mom, 2 kids, pleads guilty to drug charges

    Delray man accused of killing mom, 2 kids, pleads guilty to drug charges
    Clem Beauchamp still faces three potential death sentences if convicted of murdering two children found in a Delray Beach canal and their mother. But on Tuesday he pleaded guilty to two unrelated drug crimes from April 2010. Palm Beach County Circuit...
  • Former Philadelphia sportscaster withdraws fraud guilty plea

    A former Philadelphia sportscaster will head to trial next month on fraud charges after telling a judge he was withdrawing his guilty plea after seeking divine guidance, according to a prosecutor. Don Tollefson, 62, is accused of defrauding more than 200...
  • Man indicted for allegedly setting massive King fire

    A 37-year-old man had been indicted on arson charges for allegedly setting the massive and devastating King fire that burned for more than a month in El Dorado County. El Dorado County Dist. Atty. Vern Pierson on Monday announced the grand jury decision...
  • Major League Baseball must turn over documents in MASN TV rights fee dispute

    Major League Baseball must turn over documents in MASN TV rights fee dispute
    A New York judge ordered Major League Baseball on Monday to produce documents sought by the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network as it tries to bolster its claim that commissioner-elect Rob Manfred unfairly influenced a decision in the Orioles' TV-rights fee...
  • Sandy Hook Families' Suit Against Gun Maker Will Test Federal Law

    Sandy Hook Families' Suit Against Gun Maker Will Test Federal Law
    The lawsuit filed Monday by victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting, seeking to hold liable the manufacturer of the Bushmaster AR-15 used in the massacre, will test the 2005 federal law designed to protect gun companies by using an exemption normally...
  • Hartford Police Make Arrest In Fatal Stabbing

    Hartford Police Make Arrest In Fatal Stabbing
    HARTFORD — A Burton Street man has been charged with murder in connection with the Saturday morning stabbing death of Jonathan Lamont Cox, 34, of Benton St. Leshawn-Anthony Davis, 27, was ordered held on $1 million bail at his arraignment Monday...
  • Man guilty of killing PA police dog Rocco

    Man guilty of killing PA police dog Rocco
    The man accused of stabbing and killing a Pittsburgh police dog and injuring officers was found guilty today on 11 of 12 charges against him. John Rush, 22, was found guilty of torture of a police animal, four counts of aggravated assault, disarming a...
  • Juror in Barnes murder trial goes into labor

    Juror in Barnes murder trial goes into labor
    A juror was dismissed from the Phylicia Barnes murder trial on Monday — after going into labor. Juror No. 8 was well-along in her pregnancy when she was picked to sit on the jury for the re-trial of Michael Maurice Johnson, accused of killing...