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  • Germany can't require language skill for family visas, court rules

    Germany's practice of imposing a language proficiency test on Turks applying for family reunification visas is contrary to European Union values and agreements, the European Court of Justice ruled Thursday. The ruling directly applies only to the German...
  • Scammers threaten Winter Park utility customers with power shutoff

    Scammers threaten Winter Park utility customers with power shutoff
    When the phone rang Sunday afternoon at Pannullo's Italian Restaurant, the caller said he was from Florida Power and that the business owed thousands of dollars in delinquent power bills. Because the restaurant isn't a Florida Power & Light Co. customer,...
  • Two get prison time for stealing Steak 'n Shake workers' identities

    Two South Florida residents who stole the identities of current and former restaurant workers were sentenced to federal prison terms Tuesday. Tekia Jones, 37, of Hallandale Beach, was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison, and Ivory Covington, 29, of Miami,...
  • Glenview police reports: Park defaced with obscene pictures, and more

    Glenview police reports: Park defaced with obscene pictures, and more
    The following items were taken from Glenview police reports: A 34-year-old Glenview man was arrested in the 1500 block of Milwaukee Avenue on May 30 and charged with violation of an order of protection and interference with judicial procedure. An 18-...
  • With ISIS surging in Iraq, Europe fears rise in 'jihadi-tourists'

    BERLIN After being injured fighting the Syrian government, 31-year-old Mohannad reached his home in Frankfurt, Germany, with a simple plan: rest, recuperate, then rejoin the fight with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. As related in German newspaper...
  • Immigrant families in Ohio find a guardian angel

    Immigrant families in Ohio find a guardian angel
    When Veronica Isabel Dahlberg is called a traitor, or told to go back to Mexico where she has never lived, she thinks about a boarded-up tavern here in the Cleveland suburbs that gives her hope. In 1842, long before the Civil War, citizens in the...
  • West Hartford Man Charged In Third Fraud Case

    WEST HARTFORD — A man who has been arrested twice since February on fraud-related charges was arrested again on Wednesday for illegally collecting more than $16,000 in unemployment benefits, according to the state's attorney's office. Troy D....
  • Brazilian smuggler to be sentenced Wednesday

    Brazilian smuggler to be sentenced Wednesday
    For allegedly helping to smuggle two people from Brazil into the United States, a Brazilian citizen is to be sentenced Wednesday in a federal court in Fort Lauderdale. Mauricio Ribeiro-Prates, also known as Maurio, is accused with unnamed co-...
  • Sudanese Christian woman detained yet again

    A Sudanese Christian woman freed from death row Monday after an appeals court in Khartoum overturned convictions for apostasy and adultery has again been detained by Sudanese authorities, who accuse her of forging travel documents. Meriam Ibrahim, 27,...
  • Troy Wolverton: Facebook changes tracking practices � again

    Facebook users beware: The company has yet again unilaterally changed its mind about its data collection practices. As users should know, that's not a good thing for their privacy. Earlier this month, the dominant social network announced that it's...
  • Privacy advocates concerned about Aberdeen Proving Ground blimps

    Privacy advocates concerned about Aberdeen Proving Ground blimps
    The Army is planning to launch a pair of blimps over Maryland this fall to watch the Eastern Seaboard for incoming cruise missiles. It's what else they might be able to see from up there that worries privacy advocates. The Army says the aerostats &#...