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Staff WriterCALEXICO—A 67-year-old man suffered major injuries Friday morning in a two-vehicle wreck involving a reportedly drunken off-duty Homeland Security Investigations agent, a Calexico police press release announced. The incident happened around 2:30 a....
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A man from Galena received a three-year federal prison sentence for possession of child pornography and trafficking counterfeit DVDs. A federal judge on Tuesday also ordered Bruce Starfield, 61, to pay $3,000 in restitution to one of...
Tags: DVDs, Justice System, Entertainment, Prisons, Iomega Corporation
Q: At the Pennsylvania Farm Show the other week, while picking up my complimentary state map, I also grabbed a flier about the PA Yellow Dot Program. Seems like a decent idea, but I've never seen a yellow dot on a car. Is this a new program? What's your...
With all due respect to bail bondsmen who play a necessary role in the criminal justice system, the case pending before the Maryland Court of Appeals involving illegal immigrants and whether bondsmen should be liable for illegal immigrant defendants who...
Tags: Prosecution, Politics, Extradition, Judges, Migration
Maryland's top court could make it much more difficult for undocumented immigrants to secure bail bonds, in a case likely to resolve long-standing questions about whether bondsmen are on the hook when clients get deported before trial. In a case...
Tags: Prosecution, Politics, Interior Policy, Extradition, Judges
L.A. NOWFederal authorities in Los Angeles on Thursday announced criminal complaints against two suspects depicted in a widely circulated series of child pornography images, asking for the public’s help in locating the individuals. Investigators believe the...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Dozens of federal homeland security agents searched Sparboe Farms in Litchfield, Minn., on Jan. 8 as part of what authorities called a ''larger criminal investigation,'' but details about the nature of the operation were not disclosed....
DEERFIELD BEACH— No representan amenaza para la sociedad, no tienen récord criminal, pero permanecen encerrados semanas —a veces hasta meses— en un centro de detención poco conocido en el condado de Broward, el cual es manejado por una...
DEERFIELD BEACH Hundreds of men and women who have committed minor offenses, such as driving without a license, or no apparent crime at all, are locked up for weeks and months in a little-known central Broward County facility run by a private company....
When Jim Weaver was approached about purchasing an independently owned Osceola restaurant, he knew the location was not one he normally would have selected on his own. He has traditionally located his Wings, Etc. restaurants in high-traffic areas where...
Erika Andiola, a well-known immigrant rights leader, watched Thursday night as agents handcuffed and took away her mother and adult brother from their Phoenix home--arrests that sparked swift outrage among activists like her across the nation....
Tags: Mexico, Politics, DREAM Act, Activism, Interior Policy
The walls separating jazz, classical and contemporary music have been porous for some time now, but they were blown down once and for all at the Chicago Cultural Center. Or at least it seemed that way for a couple of hours on Sunday afternoon, as a...
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