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  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for May 29

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. STATE'S HIGH COURT RULES UCF HAS IMMUNITY IN DEATH OF ATHLETE The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that the private corporation that runs the University of...
  • Detroit-area officer to stand trial for driver's beating

    A police officer seen on video repeatedly punching a motorist in the head during a traffic stop was ordered to stand trial on assault charges Thursday, and the driver's lawyers announced a nearly $1.4 million settlement with a Detroit suburb over the...
  • Utah man convicted of helping Lehigh jail doctor evade debt and taxes

    Utah man convicted of helping Lehigh jail doctor evade debt and taxes
    A Utah man who called himself a "sovereign citizen" was convicted Wednesday of helping former Lehigh County Jail medical director Dr. Erik Von Kiel avoid paying taxes and outstanding student loans. Robert G. Wray, 75, of Torey, Utah, was found guilty of...
  • Lake County courts: Lowell man pleads guilty in crash that killed boy

    Lake County courts: Lowell man pleads guilty in crash that killed boy
    Lowell man pleads guilty in fatal crash A Lowell man has pleaded guilty to neglect of a dependent resulting in death in exchange for a 25-year prison sentence. Phillip Paul Miley admitted in court on Thursday that he had opiates and benzodiazepine...
  • Madoff accountant sentenced to home detention

    A former accountant who certified fake financial records hiding Bernard Madoff's epic Ponzi scheme was sentenced on Thursday to one year of home confinement, becoming the latest defendant to avoid prison by cooperating in the case. David Friehling had...
  • Hartford Jury Convicts Man in Murder For Hire

    Hartford Jury Convicts Man in Murder For Hire
    HARTFORD — A jury at Superior Court in Hartford found Carlton "C.J." Bryan guilty of orchestrating the slaying of his pregnant girlfriend because she refused to have an abortion, according to prosecutors. Bryan, 23, was convicted of conspiracy to...
  • Fall from ladder nets Merrillville man $2.4 million jury verdict

    Fall from ladder nets Merrillville man $2.4 million jury verdict
    A Cook County jury awarded a Merrillville man $2.4 million due to a 2009 fall he suffered while working at ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor plant. Douglas Anoman, 46, suffered a fractured leg when he fell from a ladder at a part of the plant operated by...
  • Colorado theater shooting victims relive terror in courtroom

    From the witness stand, Christina Blache could finally do what she had most wanted and most feared: She looked for the first time at the man who shot her, who killed her friend, who ravaged so many lives. Her muscles tensed. Her nerves tingled. She...
  • Attorneys: Judge violated First Amendment by sealing court

    Attorneys say the public's First Amendment rights were violated after a judge closed the courtroom during a plea hearing for a woman charged with trafficking women from Massachusetts to Rhode Island. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/...
  • Federal lawsuit: Race used illegally for NC redistricting

    A second lawsuit charging that race was used unconstitutionally to determine new legislative districts has been filed, this time by plaintiffs who hope federal judges will move more quickly to resolve the issue than the state's top court. Twenty-seven...
  • Woman, 51, pleads guilty in politics-fueled drunken killing

    A Detroit-area woman accused of killing a friend with a slow cooker during a political dispute while very drunk pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on Thursday in a deal with prosecutors. Tewana Sullivan was awaiting trial next week on a first-...