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  • Deputies: Woman attacked HOA president over neighborhood watch

    Deputies: Woman attacked HOA president over neighborhood watch
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions, especially when it come to homeowners' associations (HOAs). Maybe folks who serve on HOA boards should get hazard duty pay. Heather Roberts,32, landed in jail after she allegedly slammed the homeowner...
  • Former instructor accused of lewd acts with minor pleads no contest

    Former instructor accused of lewd acts with minor pleads no contest
    A former public safety instructor at Hoover High School accused of sexually assaulting an underage student on-campus entered a no-contest plea on Tuesday that entails some jail time and registering as a sex offender for the rest of his life. Delvon...
  • Boston Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers say FBI violated his rights

    Boston Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers say FBI violated his rights
    FBI agents violated the rights of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev by continuously questioning him while he lay in pain in a hospital bed, even after he had asked for a lawyer 10 times and authorities had determined there were no other...
  • The public's business isn't so public anymore in Harford [Editorial]

    The public's business isn't so public anymore in Harford [Editorial]
    The public's focus on public business ain't what it should be, or at least what it needs to be in Harford County and many other places. Every week brings another example, or two, or three locally of the public's business becoming less public. Last...
  • New Jersey legislators to turn over bridge documents to prosecutors

    New Jersey legislators to turn over bridge documents to prosecutors
    Federal prosecutors investigating September's massive and deliberate  traffic jam at the foot of the George Washington Bridge want to see the documents gathered by a state committee also probing the mess, another sign that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie...
  • Drug disposal sites set up

    Police departments across Orange County will collect expired and unneeded prescription medications Saturday. Irvine, Newport Beach and Costa Mesa police will all host collections from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone who wants to dispose of unused...
  • Frustration with crime evident at public safety summit

    The written questions from the audience of more than 100 people came fast and furious on cards read aloud by City Councilman Bill Henry, moderator of the 3rd annual Public Safety Summit at Morgan State University on Saturday. What can city police do...
  • Rauner says probe shows Quinn part of 'broken culture' in Springfield

    Rauner says probe shows Quinn part of 'broken culture' in Springfield
    SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn today defended his $55 million anti-violence program now under scrutiny by a Cook County grand jury, saying he is not going to turn his back from public safety needs in Chicago and other urban areas. The Democratic...
  • They're L.A.'s beach parks, but the Coastal Commission should have its say

    They're L.A.'s beach parks, but the Coastal Commission should have its say
    For years the city of Los Angeles has enforced a curfew at the two public beaches it owns. They are considered city parks, and like most city parks in L.A., they close at night: Venice Beach at midnight; Cabrillo Beach around 10. They reopen at 5 a.m....
  • Deputies union ordered to pay L.A. Times in failed censorship suit

    Months after it unsuccessfully sought to stop the Los Angeles Times from publishing information gleaned from officers' personnel files, a union representing Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies has been ordered to pay the newspaper more than $41,000 in...
  • Oklahoma prisons chief releases timeline of botched execution

    Oklahoma prisons chief releases timeline of botched execution
    After a botched execution this week brought national condemnation, the head of Oklahoma's prisons called Thursday for a suspension of all executions in the state until its capital punishment policies could be reviewed. Department of Corrections Director...