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  • Ex-Halliburton manager charged with deleting data in gulf spill probe

    NEW ORLEANS — A former Halliburton manager was charged Thursday with destroying evidence following BP's 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a case that coincides with a guilty plea to a related charge by the Houston-based oilfield services...
  • Edgewood auto shop fined for false statement on tank inspection report

    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced Thursday that John R. Pasquinelli Enterprises, Inc., operator of an Edgewood auto repair and tire store, pleaded guilty earlier this week to making a false statement in a 2011 underground storage tank...
  • Radio-controlled camera captures big moments in Zimmerman trial

    Radio-controlled camera captures big moments in Zimmerman trial
    In the end, it was our radio-controlled camera that captured the most telling moment from the George Zimmerman trial. Moments after the defendant showed little reaction upon hearing the 'Not Guilty' verdict, his beaming defense team congratulated him...
  • Federal authorities ensnare criminals in 'reverse stings'

    Federal authorities ensnare criminals in 'reverse stings'
    The robbery would be simple, the five men were told: The crew would burst into a Baltimore hotel room and grab $400,000 worth of cocaine stashed there by an out-of-town supplier. They should bring guns, just in case. But as the men headed to the hotel,...
  • Penn State ex-officials to stand trial on Sandusky coverup charges

    Penn State ex-officials to stand trial on Sandusky coverup charges
    Penn State’s former president and two other top school officials were ordered by a Pennsylvania judge Tuesday to stand trial on charges that they covered up the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse. After two days of preliminary hearings,...
  • Setnetters, Fish and Game Go Head-to-Head in Court

    Setnetters, Fish and Game Go Head-to-Head in Court
    Setnetters and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game went head-to-head at a preliminary injunction hearing in an Anchorage courtroom on Tuesday. The Cook Inlet Fishermen's Fund filed a lawsuit on behalf of the East Side Setnetters against Fish and...
  • Downtown vandal suspect pleads not guilty

    Downtown vandal suspect pleads not guilty
    A Simi Valley man pleaded not guilty to several charges in connection with Sunday's riot in downtown Huntington Beach, according to court records. Chase Scott Christman, 19, is charged with vandalism, inciting a riot and refusing to disperse after the...
  • Trial begins for doctors blamed in pill mill deaths

     Trial begins for doctors blamed in pill mill deaths
    Two South Florida doctors became "dope dealers" who prescribed massive doses of pain pills — resulting in the overdose deaths of nine people under their care, federal prosecutors said Friday as the physicians' criminal trial began. Defense...
  • Trial starting for 'pill mill' doctors accused of roles in patients' deaths

    Trial starting for 'pill mill' doctors accused of roles in patients' deaths
    Federal prosecutors say they can prove that two South Florida doctors prescribed powerful, addictive pain pills in such an irresponsible way that they should be held criminally accountable for the deaths of nine patients. If convicted of the most...
  • Sheriff's deputies charged with misusing taxpayer money

    Sheriff's deputies charged with misusing taxpayer money
    Two deputies with the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office have been charged with misusing taxpayer money. Brenton E. Johnson was charged with two counts of making false information and one count of official misconduct.  On the jail booking sheet the...
  • Trial set for man accused of shooting deputy

    Trial set for man accused of shooting deputy
    Jason Perez heads to trial after the deputy he is accused of shooting and trying to kill testifies against him. In a courtroom Wednesday, Sedgwick County Sheriff's Deputy Lucas Powell relived the day he was shot in the face. "The damage is permanent....