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  • Man in cold-case homicide gets 3 years after plea deal

    Man in cold-case homicide gets 3 years after plea deal
    SANFORD — The live-in boyfriend of a woman whose nude body was discovered 16 years ago in Altamonte Springs on Wednesday pleaded no contest to a reduced charge in exchange for a three-year prison sentence. Rodney Bice, 43, was arrested last year...
  • Local cops rate judges in new law-enforcement poll

    Local cops rate judges in new law-enforcement poll
    Members of more than a dozen local police organizations weighed in recently on the performance of judges in Orange and Osceola counties, as part of a new poll conducted by the Orange/Osceola County Police Chief's Association. The poll largely mirrors in...
  • Helsel: State to kick in $1.26 million for land around Langley

    Helsel: State to kick in $1.26 million for land around Langley
    The city of Hampton will get $1.26 million from the state to buy land around Langley Air Force Base as part of an ongoing effort to protect and expand it, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced said Wednesday. Del. Gordon Helsel, R-Poquoson, has been lobbying...
  • Bottoms up: Apopka lifts Sunday alcohol-sales ban

    Bottoms up: Apopka lifts Sunday alcohol-sales ban
    Cheers, Apopka. You can now buy booze on Sunday in Orange County's second-largest city. The Apopka City Council, after months of debate, lifted a ban on liquor sales that had been in place since Prohibition ended more than 80 years ago. Until...
  • Not being asked to stand for jury's verdict was out of ordinary in court practice

    Not being asked to stand for jury's verdict was out of ordinary in court practice
    In our years of covering criminal cases, defendants have virtually always been asked to stand up before the jury's verdict is announced. "Will the defendant please rise?" the judge intones, before the person on trial rises nervously. Sometimes they're...
  • Flooding reported on Peninsula roads

    Flooding reported on Peninsula roads
    The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for southern Hampton, southeastern Newport News, western Norfolk, and Portsmouth until 4 p.m. In a news release issued Tuesday afternoon the weather service said recorded rainfall in Smithfield...
  • Illini's Lunt, Dudek Big Ten players of the week

    Illini's Lunt, Dudek Big Ten players of the week
    Illinois quarterback Wes Lunt and wide receiver Mike Dudek are among the Big Ten's players of the week, the conference announced Monday. Senior Lunt, named the co-offensive player of the week, completed 35 of 50 passes for a career high 456 yards and...
  • Environmental coalition forms to fight $5 billion pipeline through Virginia

    Environmental coalition forms to fight $5 billion pipeline through Virginia
    Environmental and citizens groups in Virginia and West Virginia have formed a coalition to combat the $5 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline proposed to carry fracked natural gas through their states. The 22 groups call themselves the Allegheny-Blue Ridge...
  • South Pasadena teens in alleged school shooting plot face new charges

    Two South Pasadena teens accused of planning a mass shooting at their high school faced two new charges Monday. Greg Risling, a spokesman with the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office, said prosecutors amended their complaint against...
  • McDonnell trial: Researchers wary of McDonnell's Anatabloc ties

    McDonnell trial: Researchers wary of McDonnell's Anatabloc ties
    University of Virginia researchers were uncomfortable about the governor’s apparent support for Anatabloc, a supplement they considered studying at its maker’s behest, a key university official testified Monday during the federal corruption...
  • McDonnell trial: Prosecution wrapping up case against McDonnells

    McDonnell trial: Prosecution wrapping up case against McDonnells
    RICHMOND – The prosecution began winding down its case against Bob and Maureen McDonnell Wednesday, laying phone calls, texts, meetings, checks and emails into a timeline for the jury. While Jonnie R. Williams Sr. was at the mansion, delivering...