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  • Berrien County teen loses first murder appeal

    Berrien County teen loses first murder appeal
    BERRIEN COUNTY – The guilty plea in a high-profile Berrien County murder case will stand. On Wednesday, a judge rejected a motion to "take back" 18-year-old Destiny Coulson's plea to 2nd degree murder charges. Coulson is serving a 14-year prison...
  • Two men charged in College Hill stabbing murder

    Two men charged in College Hill stabbing murder
    Two men have charged with first degree murder after 32-year-old Carl Cooper was stabbed to death in College Hill over the weekend. Kyle Carter and Trenton Custer were told of their charges during a court appearance on Wednesday, and both face a...
  • Port Deposit man gets 12 years for possessing child porn

    A 31-year-old Port Deposit man was sentenced last week to 12 years in federal prison for possessing child pornography. Michael Dean Ragan Jr.'s prison term will be followed by 35 years of supervised release and he will be required to register as a sex...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' Renewed by Fox for Season 11

    Fox is heading back to the dance floor with its veteran competition program, renewing "So You Think You Can Dance" for an eleventh season. Announcement arrived during tonight's live finale of the show, which was also interrupted by President Obama's live...
  • TV Review: 'Dads'

    Although it became fashionable during the TV critics tour to be wildly offended by "Dads," the exaggerated tumult the show engendered shouldn't eclipse its general badness, in the process squandering the promise of Peter Riegert and Martin Mull in the...
  • Kenya deputy president denies guilt before international court

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa--Kenya's deputy president, William Ruto, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, in a case that figuratively puts the prosecution and the court itself on trial amid...
  • Bruno Mars to Perform at Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show

    Bruno Mars will sing at halftime of Super Bowl XLVIII in February at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, the Associated Press reported. Fox will telecast next year's pro football championship game, historically one of the most-watched TV events of the year,...
  • Teen Pleads Guilty In Torrington Sex Case

    Edgar Gonzalez, an 18-year-old Torrington High School football player charged with sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl, pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree sexual assault and second-degree robbery and faces up to seven years in prison when he is...
  • Human trafficking charges dropped after witness recants testimony

    Prosecutors in Riverside County dismissed charges Thursday against five people accused of human trafficking after a key witness recanted previous testimony. The 18-year-old Compton woman had told law enforcement authorities and testified in a...
  • Broadcasters Win Preliminary Injunction Against Internet-Video Streamer FilmOn X

    The U.S. District Court for D.C. Circuit issued a preliminary injunction Thursday against FilmOn X, barring the company from redistributing TV broadcasters' signals over the Internet. "This Court concludes that the Copyright Act forbids FilmOn X from...
  • Former Markham deputy police chief admits lying to FBI

    Former Markham deputy police chief admits lying to FBI
    Tony DeBois, a notorious former deputy police chief of Markham, admits he had sex with a woman in his city office and lied about it to the FBI, but that's where his agreement with federal authorities ends. Prosecutors allege DeBois forced himself on a...