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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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25, Dec 2014 - Court orders release of jailed former billionare
A federal appeals court ordered the release of a real estate mogul who's been jailed in Montana since he was found in contempt of court for his sale of a Mexico resort.
25, Dec 2014 - 9 Investigates: Unpaid court costs could funnel to taxpayers
Channel 9 learned unpaid court costs, fees and fines send hundreds of people to jail in Charlotte every year. In a 9 Investigation, reporter Kathryn Burcham learned sometimes that jail time costs taxpayers more than the fines themselves. “I think more than anything, the community expects that when a judge sentences an offender, that that offender is going to be held accountable," said Tom Eberly ...
25, Dec 2014 - US traveler released from East Timor jail - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - A U.S. traveler detained for months in East Timor has been released from prison. Stacey Addison, 41, of Portland was arrested in September shortly after crossing the border into the Southeast Asia nation.
25, Dec 2014 - Man accused of drugging prosecutor: Charges dropped
Charges against an Albuquerque man accused of drugging a prosecutor were dropped Friday after a judge ruled his right to a speedy trial was violated. In 2011, Damon Morgan was arrested and charged with distribution of a controlled substance and aggravated battery. In court documents, a Bernalillo County prosecutor stated she met Morgan at Marcello’s Chophouse in Uptown. He was a waiter there at ...
25, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court won't hear raw milk case
The state Supreme Court has refused to consider whether a Sauk County farmer was properly convicted of selling raw milk in 2013. Vernon Hershberger had asked the court to review his 2013 conviction for violating a holding order on the sales of raw milk from his farm. He argued he operates a private buying club that's not subject to the same rules as a farmer. He also argued that he wouldn't have ...
25, Dec 2014 - Mahoning County judge says drug court pays off
Following a two year investigation 55 people were rounded up by authorities Wednesday for selling or using heroin. It's likely that 37 of them won't face jail time, though. They will go through drug court, as prosecutors believe that's the best course of action for those addicted to the drug.
25, Dec 2014 - Roadblock: Uber Halts Service in Nevada After Ruling
The ridesharing company suspended its service late Wednesday after a state court issued a preliminary injunction preventing the company from statewide operations.
25, Dec 2014 - Man gets 5 ½ years in S. Ore. police confrontation
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — An Idaho fugitive shot and wounded by officers after a pursuit last March in southern Oregon has been sentenced to 5 ½ years in prison. The Jackson County, Oregon, district attorney's office said Wednesday that 29-year-old Wayne Pearson pleaded no contest to multiple charges, including attempted assault, attempting to elude and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. ...
25, Dec 2014 - ICA Says $116 Million Mexico Prison Deal With CGL Falls Through
Empresas ICA SAB (ICA*) , selling assets as it tries to lower its debt, said a $116 million deal fell through to operate prisons with U.S.-based CGL. Mexico ’s largest construction company failed to gain regulatory approval before the deal expired, the companies said today in a joint filing.
25, Dec 2014 - Police: Vermont man cited for growing pot
Vermont State Police say a Bridgewater man has been cited to appear in court after police say they found an indoor marijuana growing operation.
25, Dec 2014 - Civil rights attorneys argue to preserve judge's emails
Civil rights attorneys who want an appeals court to preserve racist emails that led to the resignation of a federal judge in Montana say attorneys for the federal judiciary are getting ahead of themselves in arguing the emails shouldn't be released.
25, Dec 2014 - Neighbors ‘in shock’ after wanted prison escapee found living in Kokomo
KOKOMO, Ind. (WISH) — An Ohio fugitive on the lam for 22 years is back behind bars after he was found living in Howard County under a fake name.
25, Dec 2014 - Judge rules adulterous minister was properly fired
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama church properly fired its minister after he admitted having sex with married church members and not telling them he had AIDS, a judge ruled Friday.
25, Dec 2014 - Family of inmate seeks answers after jail suicide
An inmate suicide at the Plymouth County jail in October and another in November weren't the only two this year.
25, Dec 2014 - Four shot outside Rosemary Anderson School in Portland
Portland police said a dispute led up to the shooting at North Killingsworth Court and Borthwick Avenue right outside the school.
25, Dec 2014 - Trial date set for lawsuit over pipeline project
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A judge has declined to rule on an injunction filed in an effort to stop a controversial water pipeline in East Tennessee, but he set a trial date in the lawsuit. Media report that Greene County Chancery Court Judge Douglas Jenkins set a Jan. 22 trial date for a lawsuit filed by residents who are seeking to stop construction of the pipeline. The plaintiffs argue that a ...
25, Dec 2014 - Obama just announced a major Cuba policy overhaul (LIVE BLOG)
The shift in policy was heralded by Cuba's release of American aid worker Alan Gross after five years in prison in a reported prisoner exchange with Havana. read more
25, Dec 2014 - Transportation of child porn nets North Port man 14 years prison
A North Port man was sentenced to 14 years of prison after pleading guilty in federal court to transportation of child pornography. Alexander Vugler, 45, pleaded guilty on September 19, 2014, according to the Department of Justice.
25, Dec 2014 - Cook County to join cameras-in-court program
The Illinois Supreme Court has allowed the use of cameras and audio recording devices in Cook County courts on an experimental basis starting next month.
25, Dec 2014 - Baltimore man sentenced to 15 years for Mendocino related crimes
The United States Attorney's Office District of Maryland announced Dec. 5 that a man who fled the Baltimore area for Mendocino in 2010 has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for major marijuana related crimes.
25, Dec 2014 - Major storm sweeps through Southern California
Homeowner Amanda Heinlein stands on a mud landslide covering a basketball court near her house in Azusa, Calif.,
25, Dec 2014 - University of Iowa defends suing worker's transfer
One of two girls accused of stabbing a classmate in a southeastern Wisconsin park to please a fantasy character known as Slender Man is competent to stand trial for attempted homicide, a judge ruled Thursday.
25, Dec 2014 - Man faces sentencing in Montana teacher's murder
A Colorado man faces sentencing Monday in the killing of a Montana math teacher in a case that has emerged as a chilling example of the social changes accompanying an oil boom sweeping the Northern Plains.
25, Dec 2014 - San Juan commissioner wants feds to pay for his lawyer in government protest case
SALT LAKE CITY — A San Juan County commissioner facing misdemeanor charges in connection with a government protest appeared in court on Tuesday, asking the feds to pay for his lawyer. Commissioner Phil Lyman had been appointed a federal public defender to represent him in the criminal case against him over the Recapture Canyon protest […]
25, Dec 2014 - Dow jumps for second day after Fed pledges patience on rates
A longtime lawyer for Oklahoma's prison system says he felt pressured by the governor's and attorney general's offices to make sure executions last spring happened on schedule, despite the lack of an...
25, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced for beating that cost Madison woman an eye
A man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for a beating last summer that cost a Madison woman her left eye. Twenty-seven-year-old Vernon Womble continues to maintain that the woman fell and struck her head after he pushed her, and that he did not beat and kick her. But Judge Stephen Ehlke said that regardless of how it happened, Womble caused a "great harm." The Wisconsin State Journal ...
25, Dec 2014 - Prison review group examining no-bid contracts
JACKSON -- A group reviewing Mississippi prison contracts could recommend changes requiring more accountability in how all state agencies purchase goods or hire people to provide services, members said after their first meeting Friday.
25, Dec 2014 - Woman watched 280 executions
Starting in 2001, Michelle Lyons watched men and women die in the Texas Department of Corrections death chamber inside the Walls Unit in Huntsville. Lyons was the prison system's public information officer until her retirement in 2012 -- a job that required that she witness executions. “There’s so much emotion in there and for so many years, I turned it off. And once I started thinking about it ...
25, Dec 2014 - Justice drops to a whisper in district courtroom
Lady Justice is said to be blind, and in the Lincoln County District Courtroom, she is mute too. Even people with exceptional hearing ability cup a hand behind their ear in the courtroom, where voices turn into murky whispers.
25, Dec 2014 - World Newsbits for December 21, 2014
READY FOR EXECUTIONOklahoma City (AP)  – Oklahoma’s prison system chief says the state has the drugs it needs to execute four inmates early next year and plans to administer the same three drugs used in a botched execution this spring, but with an increased dose. Department of Corrections Director Robert Patton told a federal judge Friday the agency plans to use the exact formula used ...
25, Dec 2014 - Solicitor won't appeal ruling in execution of 14-year-old George Stinney
A judge's decision that South Carolina authorities were wrong execute a 14-year-old black boy just three months after he was arrested in the 1944 killing of two white girls in a segregated mill town will stand after a prosecutor Wednesday decided not to appeal.
25, Dec 2014 - Madigan files pension-law appeal with high court
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court over a lower court's declaration that the state's pension overhaul law is unconstitutional.
25, Dec 2014 - Nevada regulator to testify in gambling ruse case
A Nevada casino regulator is scheduled to testify in federal court about a ruse used to gain entry to high-roller suites at Caesars Palace to break up what prosecutors say...
25, Dec 2014 - GA senator wants immunity for human trafficking victims
A prominent Republican lawmaker wants child victims of human trafficking to be immune from prosecution in Georgia, building on the state's 2011 crackdown on prostitution and other sexual crimes. Click to Continue »
25, Dec 2014 - Attorneys for suspect in Alexandria slayings want charges dropped
Lawyers for Charles Severance, charged in three Alexandria killings, allege wrongdoing by a detective.
25, Dec 2014 - Oklahoma Supreme Court OKs $120 Million Capitol Bond Issue
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has upheld legislation authorizing a $120 million bond issue to renovate and repair Oklahoma's crumbling State Capitol building.
25, Dec 2014 - Jackson County could lose judge
The Jackson County Courthouse may soon be without a judge. A proposal being sent to the Minnesota Supreme Court seeks to remove the judicial chambers in Jackson County and co-chamber Jackson County with nearby Cottonwood County.
25, Dec 2014 - Ohio woman will serve 3 months on Williamsburg meth conviction
WILLIAMSBURG — An Ohio woman arrested in connection with a meth manufacturing operation in Williamsburg in fall 2013 was convicted on a felony charge and sentenced to serve three months in jail.
25, Dec 2014 - FSU case another big one for state Supreme Court Justice Major Harding
The retired justice on the FSU case has tackled abortion, the death penalty and 2000 recount.
25, Dec 2014 - Scholars: China gov't gets foothold on US campuses
A longtime lawyer for Oklahoma's prison system says he felt pressured by the governor's and attorney general's offices to make sure executions last spring happened on schedule, despite the lack of an...
25, Dec 2014 - Georgia Tech, Mississippi State to Orange Bowl
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