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  • Box Office: 'Maze Runner' Flying By Liam Neeson for $24 Million Opening

    Fox's dystopian "The Maze Runner" is leaving rivals in the dust as it heads for an opening weekend of about $24 million in the U.S., early estimates showed. The young-adult vehicle was dominating moviegoing Friday with a forecast of $9 million to $10...
  • Prosecutors want to try as adult girl charged in Endia Martin's slaying

    Prosecutors want to try as adult girl charged in Endia Martin's slaying
    Moments after learning she could face trial as an adult and potentially decades behind bars, a 15-year-old girl accused of killing Endia Martin turned to her mother in a Cook County juvenile courtroom Friday and buried her face in her shoulder. The girl...
  • Aurora man charged with exposing himself to a minor: police

    Aurora man charged with exposing himself to a minor: police
    An Aurora man was arrested by Warrenville police and charged with exposing himself to a juvenile, authorities said today. Josue Pedraza-Lopez, 24, faces a misdemeanor count of sexual exploitation of a child as well as one count of unlawful...
  • Box Office: 'Maze Runner' Starts Solidly with $1.1 Million in Late-Night Shows

    Fox's "The Maze Runner" has started solidly with an estimated $1.1 million from 2,200 locations in late-night Thursday shows. The futuristic saga of a group of teenagers who must outrace monsters has been expected to win the weekend with forecasts...
  • Full list of new Virginia judges

    Here are all the judges the General Assembly elected last night. I pulled this list from the House minutes, where results were enterred for the record. That's a time saver, and thanks to the Division of Legislative Services for suggesting it, since...
  • Retrial begins in Florida in loud music shooting

    Retrial begins in Florida in loud music shooting
    JACKSONVILLE Fla. - Jury selection began on Monday in the retrial of a middle-aged white man charged with killing an unarmed black teenager during a dispute over loud rap music. With protesters gathered outside the courthouse, screening started for the...
  • Suspect in infamous '92 killing of Skokie teen gets new lawyers

    Suspect in infamous '92 killing of Skokie teen gets new lawyers
    A man charged earlier this summer in the slaying of a 15-year-old Skokie boy in 1992 was back in court today, where prosecutors said he will officially be arraigned Oct. 17. Robert Serritella, 71, formerly of Park Ridge, is charged with first-degree...
  • Too Dangerous For Psych Hospital? Man Acquitted For Insanity Now In Prison After Violent Assaults

    Too Dangerous For Psych Hospital? Man Acquitted For Insanity Now In Prison After Violent Assaults
    MIDDLETOWN — In trouble with the law since the age of 11, Francis Anderson spent most of his life locked up in prison and in juvenile detention facilities. So when he was acquitted by reason of mental disease or defect in August 2013 of charges of...
  • State to review psych evaluation of teen charged with killing sister, 11

    State to review psych evaluation of teen charged with killing sister, 11
    A new psychological evaluation has been completed for the Mundelein girl accused of stabbing her younger sister to death, and authorities will review it before deciding if they will try the teenager as an adult. The 14-year-old murder suspect, who was...
  • Kissimmee man faces 24 more sexual battery charges

    Kissimmee man faces 24 more sexual battery charges
    A 49-year-old man faces 24 more charges that he committed sexual acts on a now 13-year-old boy over two years, Kissimmee police say. Jorge Ramos was initially charged Thursday with just one count of having sexual relations with the boy, who was 12 at the...
  • Demolition of Camp Vernon youth lockup called start of new era

    Demolition of Camp Vernon youth lockup called start of new era
    Los Angeles County officials marked what they describe as the beginning of a new era in juvenile justice Friday by breaking ground on the demolition of Camp Vernon Kilpatrick, a 50-year-old juvenile lockup outside Malibu. The 125-bed camp is set to be...