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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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20, Apr 2014 - High court overturns Raleigh ruling
An audio recording between a confidential informant and a Beckley attorney accused of selling cocaine will now be allowed into evidence, according to a West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruling.
20, Apr 2014 - Views differ of imam accused in terror case
An Egyptian imam who led a London mosque more than a dozen years ago was portrayed in opening statements at his terrorism trial as an enthusiastic supporter of al-Qaida by a prosecutor and as a reasonable man who helped...
20, Apr 2014 - Hilyer running for Supreme Court
Former King County Superior Court Judge Bruce Hilyer is running for the state Supreme Court seat being vacated by Justice James M. Johnson's retirement at the end of the month.
20, Apr 2014 - Companies Losing Ammunition in High-Tech 'No Poach' Case
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh will allow testimony alleging the antirecruitment conspiracy cost class members more than $3 billion in lost wages.
20, Apr 2014 - Rochman Sentenced to 16 Months
WSIL -- A southern Illinois businessman has been sentenced to 16 months in prison for taking part in a bid-rigging scheme.
20, Apr 2014 - Trial scheduled in bomb deaths — and more Chattanooga region news
A Lebanon man charged with murder in the package-bomb deaths of his in-laws has an Oct. 28 trial date.
20, Apr 2014 - Pacers stumble again, lose 90-76 to Cavs
Sitting in the last chair on Indiana's bench, David West stared straight ahead, unable to look at the court.
20, Apr 2014 - Judge won't reconsider ruling against Ann Rule
Freelancer -- A judge in Washington state has denied a motion to reconsider a February ruling that dismissed Ann Rule's defamation case against an Eagle Creek man who criticized the revered true-crime author in a Seattle newspaper article. King County Superior Court Judge Laura Inveen on Thursday, April 10, denied the ...
20, Apr 2014 - Takeda Jury Told of ‘Reckless’ Handling of Diabetes Drug
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. (4502)'s efforts to hide the cancer risks of its Actos diabetes medicine showed a "reckless disregard" for patient safety and a drive to protect billions of dollars in sales, a lawyer told jurors in the first federal trial over the medication. Takeda executives' failure for at least seven years to provide specific warnings that research showed the drug was linked to ...
20, Apr 2014 - SW Idaho company officials convicted of fraud
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A federal jury has convicted four officials at a failed southwest Idaho property management company of fraud for bilking investors out of billions of dollars. The Idaho Statesman reports ( the jury deliberated three days before returning the guilty verdicts Monday in the trial ...
20, Apr 2014 - A month after Metro’s policy change on accidents, complaints are piling up
Metro’s unpopular new policy change on fender-benders has been a unifier of sorts, bringing together insurance agents, personal-injury attorneys and motorists to deliver an appeal to bring back the previous system. Under the new guidelines, officers no longer respond to most noninjury wrecks so they can concentrate on chasing down scofflaws. Now a month since the policy went into effect ...
20, Apr 2014 - Vybz Kartel sentenced to life in prison
A jury found the 38-year-old, whose real name is Adidja Palmer, guilty for the death of an associate in March.
20, Apr 2014 - Two Pa. Federal Judges Confirmed With Close Votes
Two nominees for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania were confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday, leaving five empty seats on the bench.
20, Apr 2014 - Murder victim's daughter: wrong man convicted for father's death
PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) - The daughter of a murder victim speaks out in favor of the man convicted of killing her father. In 1992, Denver Mitchell was convicted of murdering Willard Williamson and sentenced
20, Apr 2014 - Arpaio Ready to Accept Racial Profiling Ruling: Documents
The self-styled "toughest sheriff in America" is prepared to accept a federal judge's finding that he and his Arizona department racially profiled Latinos in violation of the U.S. Constitution, court documents showed Monday.
20, Apr 2014 - Ex-DNR officer gets probation in license-data snooping case
A former Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officer was sentenced Monday to two years of probation for improperly accessing driver's license data on and off the job.
20, Apr 2014 - Big credit card issuers defeat collusion lawsuit in U.S.
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Consumers suffered a setback on Thursday as three big credit card issuers won the dismissal of U.S. lawsuits accusing them of colluding to require that disputes be settled in arbitration rather than class action lawsuits. U.S. District Judge William Pauley in Manhattan said cardholders failed to show that American Express Co, Citigroup Inc and Discover ...
20, Apr 2014 - Carol Stream man charged in international ATM fraud scheme
A Carol Stream man is one of 17 defendants charged in an international ATM skimming and money-laundering scheme, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Illinois.
20, Apr 2014 - Indian priest faces deportation for molestation in US
Washington, April 5 (IANS) An Indian-American priest who admitted to fondling a girl while attending dinner at her grandmother's home in Minnesota has been sentenced to 25 years of supervised probation, according to media reports. Father Leo Charles Koppala pleaded guilty March 17 to criminal sexual conduct charges involving a minor child and is likely to be deported to India, according to local ...
20, Apr 2014 - Defendant linked to officer's death has history of gang-related violence
WINCHESTER -- A Front Royal man whom authorities have linked to the disappearance and death of a reserve police captain in Waynesboro appeared in Winchester Circuit Court on Friday for a probation revocation hearing.
20, Apr 2014 - 5 Men Who Confessed To New York's Most Notorious Rape Could Get Millions
More than two decades after five teenagers confessed to raping and brutally beating a Central Park jogger , those same five are poised to receive millions from New York City. Despite the confessions, the five were ultimately exonerated and later sued New York City for $50 million each. That lawsuit is nearing a settlement , meaning the five defendants could get large payouts soon. The long ...
20, Apr 2014 - Ohio Man Sentenced to Life in Workplace Slaying
CLEVELAND (AP) - A northeast Ohio man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting his former girlfriend at the factory where she worked. The Cuyahoga County prosecutor's office said 32-year-old
20, Apr 2014 - Jury is in place for trial over killings of Little Falls intruders
Attorneys in the Byron Smith murder trial in Little Falls finished choosing a jury Wednesday afternoon, state court officials said, but opening statements in the case will not begin until Monday morning.
20, Apr 2014 - FBI: California state senator took bribes
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Court documents say a California state senator or members of his campaign staff accepted at least $42,800 in cash or campaign contributions from undercover FBI agents in exchange for carrying out the agents' specific requests.
20, Apr 2014 - 'Cheriegate' conman Peter Foster involved in another slimming product scam
The 51-year-old - who is currently on the run as one of Interpol's 'most wanted' people - was found guilty of misleading and deceptive conduct by a judge in Australia.
20, Apr 2014 - Pitt County Sheriff's Office gets grant to help DWI case backlog
The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office hopes a new grant will cut down the wait time for driving while impaired cases slated for trial.
20, Apr 2014 - Army general fined, reprimanded in sex case
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — An Army general who carried on a three-year affair with a captain and had two other inappropriate relationships with subordinates was reprimanded and docked $20,000 in pay Thursday, avoiding prison in one of the military's most closely watched courts-martial.
20, Apr 2014 - Court sides with families in suit
The Arkansas Supreme Court has agreed with the families of victims of the fatal floods which struck the Albert Pike campground in Montgomery County in June, 2010, concerning the definition of a key term in the Arkansas Recreational Use Statute upon which all of the 20 lawsuits against the U. S. Forest Service turn.
20, Apr 2014 - Red Sox broadcaster's son face additional charges
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The son of a Boston Red Sox broadcaster charged with fatally stabbing his girlfriend is facing additional charges stemming from allegations that he assaulted a fellow inmate who is also in jail awaiting trial.        
20, Apr 2014 - U.S. appeals court upholds hazardous air pollution rule
By Lawrence Hurley and Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a victory for the Obama administration, a U.S. appeals court on Tuesday upheld a regulation that would limit emissions of mercury and other hazardous pollutants mainly from coal-fired power plants, starting next year. The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit could help spur utility companies ...
20, Apr 2014 - Phoenix man gets prison in designer drug case
A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 4 ½ years in federal prison in a designer drug case.
20, Apr 2014 - Oscar Pistorius breaks down again while testifying about girlfriend
A subdued Oscar Pistorius on Tuesday described dinner at home, chatting and looking at cellphone photos with Reeva Steenkamp on the last night of her life. Then he erupted in anguished howls and heaving sobs while testifying at his murder trial in P about the moments when he says he realized he shot
20, Apr 2014 - Haley Appears To Court Casino Cash Via Gambling Ban
Several state governors said to be eyeing Washington D.C. ascension, including Gov. Nikki Haley, appear to be jockeying for the long green support of casino tycoon and GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson.
20, Apr 2014 - Jury rejects inmate’s claim of excessive force
federal court jury has rejected the claim of an inmate at the state prison in Ely that guards used excessive force in removing him from his cell.
20, Apr 2014 - Despite film success, Biggs preferred living in area
From the outlaw Roy Suggs in “Lonesome Dove” to his recent role as the judge presiding over Jack Black’s trial with Matthew McConaughey as the prosecutor in “Bernie,” Hunt County’s preeminent actor Jerry Biggs gave a series of finely honed performances during more than 30 years as a card-carrying member of the Screen Actors Guild.
20, Apr 2014 - Judge to decide on streetcar expansion
A judge is expected to decide this week on a push to expand the Kansas City streetcar.
20, Apr 2014 - Huguely denied appeal, case likely heading to VA supreme court
The case of a former UVA lacrosse player convicted in the murder of his ex-girlfriend will likely head to the Virginia Supreme Court after a second appeal is denied.
20, Apr 2014 - Springfield police commissioner unveils crime plan
Springfield’s incoming police commissioner is vowing to make the department more proactive when it comes to crime. On Monday night, John Barbieri told a crowd of more than 300 residents at his first public meeting that to do so he needs the community’s help to crack down on crime. The meeting came after a weekend in which there were five shootings in the city.
20, Apr 2014 - Monday, April 14, 2014 3:18 pm
Steve Kennedy, who has worked as attorney for the East Valley Water District since 1987, announced his resignation at the water district’s April 9 meeting.
20, Apr 2014 - Former PA House Speaker Bill DeWeese released from prison
Former state Rep. Bill DeWeese has been released from prison after finishing his sentence for political corruption. A spokeswoman for the state prison system says the Greene County Democrat was released from the state prison in Retreat in northeastern Pennsylvania Sunday at 7:20 a.m. Christine McMillan says that DeWeese was picked up by a family member. The 63-year-old former House speaker and ...
20, Apr 2014 - Fayette County pastor waives abuse charges with three girls
UNIONTOWN (AP) – A Western Pennsylvania pastor jailed and awaiting trial for allegedly trying to inappropriately touch a girl has waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges involving three more girls.
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