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  • Update: Hampton jury finds man guilty of homicide

    Update: Hampton jury finds man guilty of homicide
    UPDATE: A jury found Shavis Holloman guilty Friday of felony homicide, attempted robbery, gang participation, conspiracy, malicious wounding and firearms charges. The jury deliberated for about an hour before returning its verdict. ---- HAMPTON...
  • Case of Pennsylvania sheriff accused of assault nears a close

    BEAVER Penn. (Reuters) - Testimony concluded on Friday in the trial of a western Pennsylvania sheriff accused of threatening to beat up and shoot a local online reporter in the head. Beaver County Sheriff George David, 67, is charged with assault and...
  • Ex-city official in California sentenced to one year in jail in corruption case

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A former elected official from the scandal-plagued California city of Bell was sentenced on Friday to one year in jail for inflating his salary by sitting on bogus boards, prosecutors said. George Mirabal is the first of five...
  • Reisterstown man appeared to plot to kill Del. judge, authorities say

    Reisterstown man appeared to plot to kill Del. judge, authorities say
    The founder of an embattled Sparks-based insurance company appears to have been plotting to kill a Delaware judge overseeing the liquidation of his business, recording himself on a trip to scout out his targets and acquiring a cache of weapons, federal...
  • Breaking a vicious cycle [Editorial]

    Breaking a vicious cycle  [Editorial]
    For far too many young people who get caught up in the criminal justice system, an arrest or conviction for even a minor, non-violent offense can become a one-way ticket to a shrunken future that slams the door on opportunities for the rest of their...
  • Former paramedic sentenced for luring children into online sex acts, making child porn

    Former paramedic sentenced for luring children into online sex acts, making child porn
    A former paramedic was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison Friday for luring two young girls into having online sexual contact with him and for producing child pornography when he used his webcam to make video recordings of the encounters. Shane...
  • L.A. Unified asks judge to affirm settlement in molestation case

    L.A. Unified asks judge to affirm settlement in molestation case
    The Los Angeles Unified School District on Friday requested that a judge approve a settlement agreement with the family of a student who alleged he was molested by a former Telfair Elementary School teacher. District officials contend that they had...
  • Judge rules Florida congressional map violates Fair Districts standards

    Judge rules Florida congressional map violates Fair Districts standards
    TALLAHASSEE -- Florida's re-drawn congressional map intentionally favors Republicans in violation of the anti-gerrymandering standards voters approved in 2010 and will have to be re-drawn, according to a ruling late Thursday from a Tallahassee judge....
  • Roraback's Legacy Returns With Research Center Opening

    Roraback's Legacy Returns With Research Center Opening
    Catherine G. Roraback, granddaughter of a Connecticut Supreme Court chief justice, joined the family business in Canaan. But she left the fold when it came to the family's politics – and changed the world from a little white building on Main Street....
  • L.A.'s $2-billion jail: It's not enough

    L.A.'s $2-billion jail: It's not enough
    The cost of the new jail that Los Angeles County supervisors approved earlier this year is generally pegged at a staggering $2 billion, but that's really just shorthand. The figure doesn't include the cost of demolishing the decrepit Men's Central Jail,...
  • Girl charged with murder sends Father's Day letter to judge

    Girl charged with murder sends Father's Day letter to judge
    The 14-year-old girl charged with the fatal shooting of another teenage girl in a feud over a boy quietly asked a Cook County judge during a hearing Friday if he had received the Father’s Day letter she sent him. The girl, who the Tribune is not...