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  • Candlelight vigil turns into homecoming party for Perry Hall girl missing for days

    Candlelight vigil turns into homecoming party for Perry Hall girl missing for days
    Family and friends of Jasmine Leighlin Baker had planned a vigil Saturday evening for the 12-year-old Perry Hall girl who had been missing since Tuesday. But after the FBI found her unharmed Friday night in North Carolina, there she was the next day,...
  • N.C. man arrested in connection with Balto. Co. girl's disappearance

    N.C. man arrested in connection with Balto. Co. girl's disappearance
    A North Carolina man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of a 12-year-old Baltimore County girl who was found this weekend after a multistate search, authorities said Monday. Victor Arroyo, 32, faces first-degree kidnapping and first-...
  • El fallecido, Steve Jobs, "testificará" esta semana en demanda contra Apple

    El fallecido, Steve Jobs, "testificará" esta semana en demanda contra Apple
    SAN FRANCISCO - El fallecido cofundador del gigante tecnológico Apple, Steve Jobs, tendrá un papel estelar en el juicio contra la empresa que arranca mañana martes en Oakland (California), en el que los demandantes usarán correos electrónicos y una...
  • Lawsuit claims Apple deleted rival services' songs from users' iPods

    Apple has been in the news recently for putting unwanted music in users' libraries. But a new antitrust lawsuit is alleging that the tech company used its software muscle to remove songs from iPods that had been purchased on rival companies' download...
  • Apple's antitrust lawsuit may not have any plaintiffs

    The lawyer suing Apple for antitrust may have blundered in a way that could delay or even jeopardize the case. A motion filed by Apple on Friday seeks to have the class-action lawsuit dismissed because, the company says, the two plaintiffs named by...
  • Was Apple's FairPlay worse for the record labels than for consumers?

    Melanie Wilson and Marianna Rosen's lawsuit against Apple finally made it to federal court this week, nearly a decade after they accused the company of using its iTunes software and iPod music players to impede competition and hurt consumers. But they may...
  • Access seeks help providing happy holidays for youth in transitional programs

    It's the season for giving, but for the adolescent residents at the Access Community Action Agency's Hawkins House and Crossroads transitional living programs, the gift of the holiday spirit can often fall short. "As we all make plans for the upcoming...
  • Judge orders attorneys to find new plaintiffs in Apple antitrust lawsuit

    In an unusual turn of events, a U.S. District judge in Oakland has decided that a class-action antitrust lawsuit over Apple’s iPod should go on, even though the last remaining plaintiff was disqualified. The case involves iPods that Apple sold...
  • Blotter: Catalytic converters stolen in West Chicago

    Blotter: Catalytic converters stolen in West Chicago
    The following items were taken from West Chicago police reports: A 43-year-old from West Chicago was charged with aggravated assault and domestic trouble in the 1600 block of Appletree Lane around 10:44 a.m. on Nov. 16. A 51-year-old from...
  • Blotter: iPod, wallet stolen from vehicle in Tinley Park

    Blotter: iPod, wallet stolen from vehicle in Tinley Park
    The following were taken from Tinley police reports. The back window was smashed on a vehicle parked on the 17700 block of Ridgeland Avenue on Nov. 27. An iPod and a wallet containing identification and a FOID card was stolen from an unlocked...
  • Blotter: Man breaks bus window in Oak Park

    Blotter: Man breaks bus window in Oak Park
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. A man ran up and broke the door's glass window of a Pace bus that stopped for a red light on the 900 block of Lake Street at 3:15 p.m. Nov. 21 after the driver...