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  • 3 Chicago teens charged in armed robbery, hijacking in Calumet City

    3 Chicago teens charged in armed robbery, hijacking in Calumet City
    Three Chicago teens allegedly robbed a person on the street and then hijacked a vehicle Friday in south suburban Calumet City. The three teens appeared in bond court Saturday, and all were charged with armed robbery and aggravated vehicle hijacking with...
  • Teen sexting remains a vexing problem for law enforcement

    Teen sexting remains a vexing problem for law enforcement
    When nude photos of girls who attended a Baltimore County high school started showing up on a website, word quickly spread among students. Eventually a county police officer stationed in the school got a tip and started investigating, and the images...
  • N. Florida teacher accused of having teen-student sex

    N. Florida teacher accused of having teen-student sex
    Roommates warned a Baker County science teacher he was on dangerous path in a social media interaction with a teenage student he is now charged with engaging in sex with at his house and her parents' home, according to an arrest report detailing the...
  • Black Friday showdowns: Fight over Barbie; brawl inside Kohl's

    Black Friday showdowns: Fight over Barbie; brawl inside Kohl's
    Apparently Ken isn’t the only person who loves Barbie. In just one holiday shopping scrum, shoppers apparently fought Thursday night over a Barbie doll at a Wal-Mart in Norwalk, CBS Los Angeles reported. A witness said one of the shoppers even...
  • Judges Send Chill Through First Amendment

    Judges Send Chill Through First Amendment
    The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution — part of our Bill of Rights — guarantees, among other things, that our government will not abridge the freedom of the press. Yet recently, two veteran Connecticut Superior Court judges said that...
  • 8 teens charged with robbing pizza man in Deltona

    8 teens charged with robbing pizza man in Deltona
    Volusia County deputies arrested eight teen boys who sneaked up behind a pizza deliveryman, threw a sheet over his head and stole pizzas, chicken wings and soda, officials say. The robbery happened around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 1000 block of...
  • Two Charged After Weekend Shooting In New Haven

    Two Charged After Weekend Shooting In New Haven
    NEW HAVEN — Two teens were arrested in connection with a shooting over the weekend on Orchard Street, police announced Wednesday. Officers responded to 43 Orchard Street about 9 p.m. on Saturday after getting reports of gunfire, police said. A 17-...
  • Charges reinstated against Park Ridge police commander accused of beating 2 15-year-olds

    Chicago Tribune Media Group's Park Ridge Herald-Advocate reports: Charges against a Park Ridge police commander accused of beating two teenage boys eight years ago were reinstated Friday after they were dismissed by a lower court two years ago. The...
  • Charges reinstated against Park Ridge cop accused of off-duty beatings

    In the eight years since allegations he beat two teenagers for shattering a window on his personal car, Jason Leavitt has gone from a lieutenant to a commander for Park Ridge police. But Leavitt, 43, finds himself once again stripped of his police...
  • Molly Shattuck's Delaware court date delayed until January

    Molly Shattuck's Delaware court date delayed until January
    Molly Shattuck, the former Ravens cheerleader and ex-wife of onetime Constellation Energy CEO Mayo A. Shattuck III, will appear in a Delaware court in January to address charges of raping a 15-year-old boy. A pretrial hearing scheduled for Dec. 3 in...
  • Israeli and Palestinian tension high as Kerry goes to Jordan for talks

    Israeli authorities on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to the expansion of a Jewish neighborhood in East Jerusalem, a step likely to heighten tension within the troubled city and draw disapproval from the Obama administration. The Israeli move...