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  • Driver in fiery I-78 toll booth crash sentenced to up to 9 years in prison

    Driver in fiery I-78 toll booth crash sentenced to up to 9 years in prison
    Robert W. Gawne came to court Monday ready to proclaim his innocence on charges he killed another driver by falling asleep at the wheel of his commercial tractor-trailer and causing a fiery crash at the Interstate 78 toll plaza near Easton. Only Gawne...
  • W.Va. woman admits stealing $450,000 from employer

    A 58-year-old Hurricane woman is scheduled to be sentenced in June for stealing nearly $450,000 from her employer. Sandra Ball pleaded guilty in federal court in Huntington on Monday to two counts of wire fraud. The government says Ball was employed...
  • Tampa tax fraud 'queen' to be resentenced in federal court

    A federal prisoner who helped make Tampa famous for stolen identity tax refund fraud will be resentenced. Rashia Wilson is scheduled to appear in federal court Thursday. The Tampa Bay Times (http://bit.ly/1N9FzJC) reports that an appellate court decided...
  • Feds want boat panels brought to court to show Tsarnaev note

    Prosecutors want panels of the boat in which Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found hiding to be brought to court to show jurors what they say is his written confession, but his lawyers want them to see the entire bullet-ridden boat....
  • For Victim's Family, Pugh's Conviction Brings Relief

    For Victim's Family, Pugh's Conviction Brings Relief
    MILFORD — First, it was the grueling hours after his sister's murder that tortured Matthew Ducsay, endless moments of wondering who had killed the aspiring actress and whether there would ever be justice for his family. Those hours then turned...
  • Springfield man to face trial in death of bicyclist

    A Springfield man charged with a fatal hit and run involving a bicyclist will face trial because a plea deal is not anticipated. The prosecutor and defense attorney told a Superior Court judge Monday they expect the trial of Adam Thurber to take three...
  • Laurel woman, 35, sues in Rams Head Tavern video peeping case

    Laurel woman, 35, sues in Rams Head Tavern video peeping case
    A 35-year-old Laurel woman filed a lawsuit Monday against the president of the Rams Head Group and the company's Savage restaurant, where Howard County police say he secretly videotaped women who were using the restroom. The lawsuit, filed in Howard...
  • State's attorney requests special prosecutor to review Varughese death investigation

    A downstate prosecutor has requested a judge appoint a special prosecutor to review the case of a Morton Grove teen who was found dead in 2014. A judge approved the order March 2. Pravin Varughese, 19 was found dead a year ago in a wooded area woods...
  • Drew Peterson to return to court over murder-for-hire allegations

    Drew Peterson to return to court over murder-for-hire allegations
    Drew Peterson will be back in a downstate courtroom Tuesday morning, as prosecutors lay out their case against him in an alleged murder-for-hire plot targeting Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow. Peterson, 61, was accused last month of...
  • McDonnells appeal corruption convictions

    McDonnells appeal corruption convictions
    RICHMOND, Va. —  Bob and Maureen McDonnelll have both sent official word to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals: They're appealing their bribery convictions. The former governor said in court papers Monday that his conviction on several counts...
  • Jury selection underway in Geneva murder trial

    Jury selection underway in Geneva murder trial
    Opening statements in the Shadwick King murder trial could begin Tuesday afternoon because of the need for a second day of jury selection. Prosecutors and King's attorney seated 10 jurors for the 16-member panel on Monday after wrapping up last-minute...