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26, Jul 2014 - UAB Enrolls Nation's First Patient in Phase III Drug Trial for Preeclampsia
UAB has enrolled the first patient in the United States in a Phase III clinical trial for a drug to treat preeclampsia in pregnant women that, if successful, would be a significant clinical breakthrough for reducing pre-term births and infant mortality.
26, Jul 2014 - Plea hearings set for 10 men in alleged kickback scheme at Arch Coal mine in West Virginia
A federal judge has set plea hearings for 10 men accused of participating in a kickback scheme at an Arch Coal mine in West Virginia.
26, Jul 2014 - Everpower seeks extension for wind farm
Attorneys for Everpower Renewables filed a request for an extension for the first phase of the Buckeye Wind Project Tuesday, citing several ongoing legal fights over various aspects of the project. Everpower’s attorneys are seeking an extension until May 28, 2018, to begin construction. The project’s certificate had been approved by the Ohio Power Siting Board in 2010, but expires in March of ...
26, Jul 2014 - ImQuest Pharmaceuticals Receives FDA Approval to Initiate Clinical Trials of a Vaginal Gel for the
FREDERICK, Md., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ImQuest Pharmaceuticals was recently notified by the US Food and Drug Administration of the approval of its Investigational New Drug (IND) application to study the safety in Phase 1 clinical trials of its vaginal gel containing the nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase HIV Inhibitor IQP-0528. Preclinical studies have shown that IQP-0528 is highly ...
26, Jul 2014 - South Jersey autopsies by a former pathologist under review
The Attorney General's Office has advised South Jersey prosecutors to review all autopsies conducted by a former state pathologist who had been barred from practicing medicine in New Mexico.
26, Jul 2014 - Iowa Man Found Guilty for Growing Pot he Says Helped Treat Cancer
DAVENPORT, Iowa — A terminally ill Davenport man could be heading to prison for growing marijuana he says was meant to treat his cancer. WQAD reports a Scott County jury returned guilty verdicts Wednesday against Benton Mackenzie and his wife and son on drug charges. Mackenzie is a stage four cancer patient who is currently […]
26, Jul 2014 - Jury buys confession; killer of 2 sentenced
A Maumelle man who told a Pulaski County jury that his own repeated confessions to a 2011 double-homicide were drug-addled ravings that could not be believed was sentenced to 45 years in prison on Friday.
26, Jul 2014 - Alabama whistleblower Edward Lane wins at Supreme Court, but loses pay
Edward Lane's Supreme Court victory in a landmark whistleblower case doesn't change the fact he lost his state job and more than half his income while helping convict a state legislator of getting paid for not working.
26, Jul 2014 - Maryland Suburban Swim Club coach signals intent to plead guilty to child abuse -- Gazette.Net
A Maryland swim coach arrested this year on charges that he engaged in sex acts with a young student in the 1980s has agreed to plead guilty to a single felony child abuse count, and in exchange, prosecutors will recommend he face a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, court filings show.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge moves Pinoy bar shooter trial
REDWOOD CITY, California – The trial for the undocumented Filipino man accused of killing three people in a shooting spree inside an Ohio bar will take place a month later than originally scheduled.
26, Jul 2014 - Illinois firms celebrate ruling on contraception coverage
Illinois business owners who have religious objections to federally mandated contraception coverage in worker health care plans celebrated a U.S. Supreme Court ruling today that closely held companies — at least half-owned by five or fewer people — could be exempted.
26, Jul 2014 - Scandals bringing Virginia unwanted attention
A historic corruption trial of former Gov. Bob McDonnell begins July 28. Federal authorities are probing the June resignation of state Sen. Phillip P. Puckett. Now a special grand jury has indicted De
26, Jul 2014 - Nathan Leuthold murder case coverage popular in social media
PEORIA — The jury of public opinion weighed in on extended coverage of the Nathan Leuthold murder trial, with the verdict being that many wanted more.
26, Jul 2014 - Clinton papers: Iraq, bin Laden and Supreme Court - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bill Clinton's advisers carefully considered how to explain the president's military action against Iraq in 1998 as the House was debating his impeachment, according to records from the Clinton White House that were released Friday.
26, Jul 2014 - Two plead guilty to federal drug charges out of Greenbrier County
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that two defendants pleaded guilty to drug charges before United States District Judge Irene C. Berger...
26, Jul 2014 - Court ruling is a real killer
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26, Jul 2014 - Fake-bomb suspect smashed windshield of captain's truck, report says
Woman accused of tossing object at unmarked Ford F-150 A 19-year-old Orlando woman accused of making a false bomb threat at Evans High School earlier this year is back in jail — this time after she allegedly smashed the windshield of a pickup truck owned by the Sheriff's Office on Tuesday.
26, Jul 2014 - New program to help protect witnesses
Authorities said they're making strides against violent crime in a Mid-Michigan city and they said cooperation between law enforcement and the community is making a huge difference.
26, Jul 2014 - Gay parents who adopt find acceptance as Lake takes progressive steps
Across the United States, bans on same-sex marriage and adoption are toppling as judges from diverse communities strike them down.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge Orders Energy Company to Stand Trial
State claims Chesapeake Energy conspired to rig bids for oil and gas leases.
26, Jul 2014 - Several from NE Ga. among 9 people given federal drug sentences
ATLANTA - Several northeast Georgians were given federal sentences recently by a judge in Atlanta following a crackdown on the abuse and illegal sales of prescription drugs in north Georgia.
26, Jul 2014 - Council Delays Vote On Overton Square Parking
Memphis City Council members again delayed a final vote Tuesday, July 15, on an ordinance that would set up a trial parking permit zone in the Overton...
26, Jul 2014 - Mentally ill ... and behind bars
CHICAGO - Peering through the chain-link of a holding pen at the Cook County Jail, a man wrapped in a navy varsity jacket leans toward clinical social worker Elli Petacque Montgomery, his bulging eyes a clue that something's not right.
26, Jul 2014 - Troubled U.S. executions raise questions about doctors in death chamber
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - Troubled lethal injections in Oklahoma and Arizona have raised questions whether medical personnel are skilled enough to humanely put an inmate to death, and if things go wrong, expert enough to revive one if an order is given. Almost all of the 32 states that use the death penalty either require or permit a physician to attend executions, which often ...
26, Jul 2014 - Village ends appeals process — Courts side with Struewings
A panel of three Ohio appeals court judges last month sided unanimously with Ken and Betheen Struewing in their case against the Village over rights to Village water and sewer services.
26, Jul 2014 - A victim confronts 'the Jogging Rapist'
During visiting time at the State Correctional Institution at Waymart, Pa., the wives and mothers who have been allowed into the prison nimbly feed money into vending machines that line a wall.
26, Jul 2014 - Man who killed Michigan family gets life in prison - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) - Lakshminivasa Nerusu stabbed his wife 59 times and later slit the throats of his two children when they returned to their Michigan home from school in 2008. After that, he spent nearly five years on the run in India, hiding from professional failure - and authorities.
26, Jul 2014 - U.S. high court curbs state limits on abortion clinic protests
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to anti-abortion activists on Thursday by making it harder for states to enact laws aimed at helping patients entering abortion clinics to avoid protesters, striking down a Massachusetts statute that had created a no-entry zone. On a 9-0 vote, the court said the 2007 law violated freedom of speech rights under the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment by ...
26, Jul 2014 - Georgia seeks same-sex marriage lawsuit dismissal
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's attorney general is asking a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by a gay rights group challenging the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriages.
26, Jul 2014 - No Evidence Arizona Execution Botched, Corrections Chief Says
PIMA COUNTY, Arizona – Joseph Wood gasped and struggled to breathe during his nearly two-hour execution involving a novel combination of drugs, some witnesses say. His last breaths were like “a fish on shore gulping for air,” reporter Troy Hayden said. Wood’s attorneys tried to stop the execution more than halfway through, with one calling it “bungled” and “botched.” State officials and his ...
26, Jul 2014 - Bring back firing squads, US judge says after prolonged Arizona execution (+video)
While Sen. John McCain called the prolonged Arizona execution 'torture,' a US judge who had granted a stay, later overruled, said if Americans cannot stomach a firing squad, 'then we shouldn't be carrying out executions at all.'
26, Jul 2014 - Man faces charges in crash with 2 officers
A 28-year-old East Toledo man is due back in court Friday after being arraigned over the weekend on charges accusing him of causing a traffic crash that injured two Toledo police officers.
26, Jul 2014 - Appeals Court Uphold ‘Hindering’ Conviction In Loudoun
The Virginia Court of Appeals has upheld a conviction under a Loudoun County ordinance that prohibits residents from “hindering” deputies during the performance of their duties.
26, Jul 2014 - Whoops! Police say towing company with prophetic name tried to haul off undercover vehicle
Authorities said Thursday they arrested the owner of Whoops Towing as he tried to haul off an undercover police car in Oregon. Michael Alan Selmer, 35, of Falls City, who has spent much of the past decade in prison over several scams, was taken into custody after police got reports that a towing business was operating without a certificate, posting impound warning signs in parking lots, and ...
26, Jul 2014 - Reward offered for information about homicide witness
Crimestoppers is offering $1,000 for information leading to the apprehension of a woman wanted in connection with an upcoming homicide trial, according to the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office.
26, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court rejects Wisconsin elections board request to intervene in John Doe
MADISON, Wis. — A federal appeals court has rejected the Wisconsin elections board's request to intervene in an ongoing lawsuit over an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign and a host of conservative groups.
26, Jul 2014 - Meth charge nets man 20-year federal sentence
A Wagoner man was sentenced to 240 months in federal prison on a drug charge, according to a media release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
26, Jul 2014 - DA files 'pre-emptive strike' in execution of mass murderer Michael Ballard
Morganelli wants killer's competency confirmed and federal defenders to back off. Northampton County prosecutors want a judge to rule on the competence of mass murderer Michael Eric Ballard, who has said he wants to be executed, and bar federal defenders from representing Ballard without his permission, according to court records filed Monday.
26, Jul 2014 - Chelsea Clinton dismissed from NY jury duty
NEW YORK (AP) - Chelsea Clinton has been dismissed from jury duty in New York after serving for just one day. The daughter of the former president and ex-secretary of state showed up for jury duty at a Manhattan state courthouse on Tuesday, but she was not selected to serve on a trial.
26, Jul 2014 - Man accused of fleeing during dental appointment to appear on $100,000 warrant
A convicted jewelry thief accused of fleeing during a West End dental appointment was arrested Tuesday evening and is scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning on a $100,000 warrant, according to the Yellowstone County Attorney's Office.
26, Jul 2014 - Hundreds of mining citations issued by MSHA in June
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Coal mines in Virginia and West Virginia are being used as examples after the Mine Safety and Health Administration finds dozens of violations.MSHA says inspectors issued 186 citations at 13 U.S. mining operations in June alone.According to a report from the Associated Press, eleven of those mines were coal operations, while the others were metal and nonmetal.Twenty-five ...
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