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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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02, Oct 2014 - Escaped school shooter had pitchfork, patrol says
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The school shooter who briefly escaped from an Ohio prison last week had a pitchfork when he was captured, the state patrol said Monday as newly released records added to the picture of an inmate frequently in trouble behind bars.
02, Oct 2014 - John Rowland Trial: Win At All Costs Was Brian Foley’s Approach
A true confession was given on the witness stand at the federal conspiracy trial of former Gov. John Rowland. Brian Foley, the husband of former congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley, admitted he came up with the idea of having Rowland work undercover as a political consultant for his wife’s campaign in 2012. Foley testified that after […]
02, Oct 2014 - Rape Suspect Re-Indicted Using New DNA Test
Suffolk County District Attorney Spokesman Jake Wark said the new DNA test can reportedly distinguish genetic differences between identical twins.
02, Oct 2014 - Convicted Church Arsonists Could Be Released Early
Two men convicted of burning numerous churches in Alabama, including several in West Alabama, could soon be released from prison early.
02, Oct 2014 - Tracking device helps nab poachers
Law enforcement officials used new technology in a painstaking investigation that led to more than a hundred hunting and wildlife violations against three men, two of whom must pay hundreds of dollars in fines and other costs after their sentencings.
02, Oct 2014 - Looking at gay marriage petitions in front of the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court may soon act on seven petitions about same-sex marriage bans in five states. So what are the constitutional arguments being made in the cases?
02, Oct 2014 - Father charged with cold-case slaying of his toddler son 31 years ago
TACOMA — A manslaughter charge was filed Tuesday against a former Tacoma resident for the 1983 death of his 3-year-old son who he had reported as missing and possibly kidnapped 31 years ago. The Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office filed the charge against Stanley Guidroz, 57, who is serving a murder sentence in Louisiana state prison […]
02, Oct 2014 - Financial Abuse by Profiteering Guardians Awaits Aging Boomers and Heirs
NEW YORK ( MainStreet ) — In May 2008, Larry Mills filed in Texas to become legal guardian of his then 80-year-old mother, Willie Joe Mills, who’d had a stroke. But by July 2009, Judge William McCulloch in a Harris County probate court appointed a third-party guardian who was also an attorney.
02, Oct 2014 - Texas set to execute woman convicted of starving nine-year-old
By Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) - A woman convicted of the 2004 starving death of a nine-year-old boy is scheduled to die on Wednesday by lethal injection at a Texas state prison, authorities said. Lisa Ann Coleman, 38, would be the second woman executed in the United States this year and the 15th since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976. Coleman is scheduled to be put to ...
02, Oct 2014 - Dream Team, Barcelona Games continue to impact NBA
Officially, it was the U.S. To the basketball world, it was the Dream Team, and its gold-medal run changed hoops forever. An American sport was transformed into a global phenomenon when Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and the rest of the NBA's best arrived in Barcelona for the 1992 Olympics. They sparked an interest in basketball that continues to impact the NBA -on and off the court.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge refuses to stop Lyft, Uber in NM
  District Court Judge Nancy Franchini on Friday denied a request by New Mexico taxi cab and limousine companies for... more »
02, Oct 2014 - Canton Township man to stand trial for injuring troopers
A Canton Township man did not appear at his preliminary hearing Wednesday but was nonetheless ordered to stand trial on charges he injured two state troopers trying to take him into custody when he failed to stop for police for a traffic violation.
02, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court to hear case of Muslim woman denied employment
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday said it would consider whether a Muslim woman denied a job at an Abercrombie & Fitch Co clothing store because she wears a head scarf was required to specifically request a religious accommodation. The nine justices agreed to hear an appeal filed in the closely watched case by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity ...
02, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court takes up religious bias case over store's refusal to hire woman due to headscarf
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court will consider whether retailer Abercrombie & Fitch's refusal to hire a woman wearing a Muslim headscarf was religious discrimination.
02, Oct 2014 - Georgia peanut plant owner, 2 others found guilty in salmonella-poisoning trial; face prison
ALBANY, Ga. - More than five years after hundreds of Americans got sick from eating salmonella-tainted peanut butter, the top executive at the Georgia plant where it was made was convicted Friday and faces ...
02, Oct 2014 - On This Day: Black student James Meredith barred from Mississippi University in landmark moment for
A security guard prevented him from entering the all-white school despite the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the military veteran could not be stopped from registering.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge upholds murder verdict found by retired judge who claimed bias against defendant
An emotional Brooklyn judge declined Wednesday to free a man convicted of murder in a case where the trial judge later said he was prejudiced against the defendant.
02, Oct 2014 - 2 former Southern California residents guilty in terrorism plot
Two men arrested in Chino in 2012 were convicted Thursday of plotting to provide material support to terrorists and to kill American personnel, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
02, Oct 2014 - Margaret Lavin: Hillcrest Juvenile Court School Combines Tough Love With A Whole Lot of Support
Each year more than 200,000 school-aged children in California are arrested, 10,000 of which end up in a state or county juvenile incarceration facility, also known as court schools.
02, Oct 2014 - Convicted Chardon school shooter now behind bars at Youngstown's supermax prison
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The three inmates, including T.J. Lane, who escaped from the Lima prison Thursday night are now behind bars in Youngstown.
02, Oct 2014 - Convicted killer in Ohio school shootings escapes
LIMA, Ohio (AP) — An intensive manhunt was underway in western Ohio early Friday for the teen convicted of killing three students at a suburban Cleveland high school after his escape from prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Man gets over 100 years for sexually abusing 5 boys
BATAVIA — A 45-year-old western New York man has been sentenced to more than 100 years in prison for molesting five boys under age 13.
02, Oct 2014 - Q+A: Voters’ guide for Clark County district attorney
Clark County voters will decide this fall whether to keep District Attorney Steve Wolfson as their top prosecutor. Wolfson, a Democrat, doesn’t face much ...
02, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses lawsuit against Maine newsletter
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit brought by Pan Am Railways and its former president against a small Maine-based industry newsletter.
02, Oct 2014 - Life in prison for man who murdered Youngstown realtor
The second man convicted of robbing and murdering of a Youngstown real estate agent four years ago has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
02, Oct 2014 - Ex-nurse gets prison for posh $400K meth den
[...] King, 44, became a victim of her own addiction — she liked meth so much she let her posh Spring Branch home become a drug den and distribution “store,” authorities said. King was nabbed in September 2013 by U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents, who also arrested Carlos “Bear” Martinez and Raul Bautista after a raid at King's home in the 200 block of Long Meadow in Spring Branch ...
02, Oct 2014 - TJ Lane escaped during rec time
TJ Lane is in custody after he escaped from prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Court ruling won't end Kansas Senate dispute
Democratic leaders in Kansas face another legal battle aimed at forcing them to pick a new U.S. Senate candidate, after the state Supreme Court removed their nominee from the ballot in a move that could hurt three-term...
02, Oct 2014 - Alabama lawmaker seeks to delay next week's trial
OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) — Republican state Rep. Barry Moore of Enterprise is asking a judge to delay his perjury trial, which is scheduled to begin next week in Opelika Moore's attorneys sought the delay after the Alabama Supreme Court on Friday refused to block the indictment against the first-term legislator. Moore's attorneys told Lee County Circuit Judge Jacob Walker that a trial delay is needed ...
02, Oct 2014 - Lawsuit on Minn. sex offender program to be bench trial
The constitutionality of Minnesota's sex offender treatment program will be determined by a federal judge, not a jury, under a ruling issued Tuesday.
02, Oct 2014 - Heroin dealer pleads guilty
One of three people arrested in a New Milford heroin sweep in September 2013 has entered a plea agreement with the state's attorney.
02, Oct 2014 - 'Real Housewives' stars Teresa and Joe Giudice expected to be sentenced today
On Thursday, the Giudices, of Montville in Morris County, are to be sentenced. Each could get a prison term, and Joe, a citizen of Italy, could be deported. They hope that because they both agreed to plead guilty, Teresa, at least, will get probation.
02, Oct 2014 - A Man From Springfield Faces Federal Prison For Making And Distributing K2
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) - A Springfield man faces up to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to making and distributing about $6.7 million worth of synthetic marijuana.The U.S. Attorney's office says 28-year-old Brandon D. Franklin pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and money laundering. Besides any prison time he'll receive at sentencing, Franklin must also ...
02, Oct 2014 - Prosecution Rests Case In Corruption Trial Of Fmr. Homestead Mayor
Prosecutors rested their case on Friday in the corruption trial of former Homestead Mayor Steve Bateman.
02, Oct 2014 - Defendant Sentenced to Prison for Theft of Government Property and Aggravated Identity Theft
Pamela C. Marsh, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida, announced today that Porscha Thomas, 29, of Charlotte, North Carolina, was sentenced by United States District Judge Mark Walker to serve 45 months in federal prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Former Connecticut governor's advice to company was 'ruse': witness
By Richard Weizel NEW HAVEN Conn. (Reuters) - Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland advised a healthcare company in the state as part of a "ruse" to try to hide that he was being paid to help the congressional campaign of the company owner's wife, an executive testified on Wednesday. ...
02, Oct 2014 - Former Central Texas Judge In More Hot Water
WACO, Texas (AP) -- A former Central Texas judge already on probation in a records and mileage reimbursement scam faces prison for stealing a dead man's Social Security benefits. Ex-McLennan County Justice of the Peace Jean Laster Boone pleaded guilty yesterday to theft of government property. ...
02, Oct 2014 - Felon gets 7 years for having loaded AK-47
Olajuwon Perry sentenced for illegal firearm possession Olajuwon Perry sentenced for illegal firearm possession
02, Oct 2014 - Right-to-work law under legal scrutiny
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Supreme Court justices seemed skeptical during arguments Thursday about whether the state right-to-work law is unconstitutional.
02, Oct 2014 - Suit Seeks Equity in Social Security Survivor Benefits
Attorneys for Deborah Tevyaw say the Social Security Administration has wrongly denied survivor benefits to her and others who have been in same-sex marriages. read more
02, Oct 2014 - Prosecution rests in Florida loud music killing case; defendant expected to testify
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Prosecutors have rested in the first-degree murder retrial of a white Florida man who fatally shot a black teenager after an argument over loud music outside a convenience store.
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