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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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03, Mar 2015 - Northwest Missouri State's Pitts named MIAA freshman of the year
Northwest Missouri State's success on the court led to a bevy of awards when the MIAA announced its men's basketball postseason honors on Monday.
03, Mar 2015 - ‘American Sniper’ jury finds ex-Marine guilty of murder
Ex-Marine Eddie Ray Routh was convicted Tuesday in the deaths of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and his friend, Chad Littlefield, two years ago. Jurors wasted little time rejecting defense arguments that Routh was insane and suffered from psychosis. Littlefield's family addressed Routh in court after he was sentenced to life in prison.
03, Mar 2015 - Canadian man sentenced in $129.5M Ponzi scheme
A Canadian man who once owned an Ontario Hockey League team has been sentenced to almost 22 years in prison by a California judge for his part in a Ponzi scheme that defrauded more than 1,200 people out of more than US$75 million.
03, Mar 2015 - Judge puts Mississippi attempt to investigate Google on hold
JACKSON, Mississippi (AP) " The Mississippi attorney general's attempt to investigate Google is on hold for at least four more months.U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate on Monday granted Google's request for a preliminary injunction,...
03, Mar 2015 - Pastor's son accused of triple murder faces judge
Isaac Tiharihondi, 19, is accused of murdering his father, mother and 5-year-old brother, then fleeing the state
03, Mar 2015 - Publicity complicates jury selection for 3 major US trials
File - In this file photograph taken on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, an Arapahoe County, Colo., Sheriffs Department deputy escorts Josh Nolan, left, who was shot and injured in the shooting spree in an Aurora, Colo., theatre on July 20, 2012, and other attendees out of the courthouse after they looked on during a pre-trial readiness hearing in Centennial, Colo., in the murder trial of James Holmes, who ...
03, Mar 2015 - Shelby County Schools Board Moves Closer to State Funding Lawsuit
The Shelby County Schools board voted unanimously Tuesday, Feb. 24, to hire an attorney to work with Tennessee’s other major urban school system...
03, Mar 2015 - Chester Co. man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 70-year-old
A Chester County man pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a woman, less than 24 hours before he was set to go to trial. Carl Seager moved back to South Carolina after being released from a Texas prison for failing to register as a sex offender. A 70-year-old Chester woman said he was helping her move last March when he raped her. Seager pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct during pre-trial ...
03, Mar 2015 - Mother sentenced to prison for toddler's Madison road death
A 33-year-old woman who witnesses say stood motionless while her young daughter was struck and killed on a Madison street has been sentenced to more than two years in prison.
03, Mar 2015 - Panhandle teen accused of killing mom still unfit for trial
A teen accused of fatally bludgeoning and stabbing his mother is still unfit to stand trial and will likely spend another six months undergoing psychiatric treatment.
03, Mar 2015 - Court denies Spellman’s appeal of murder convictions
The Iowa Court of Appeals has denied Atiba Spellman’s appeal of his 2009 conviction on two counts of first-degree murder in the brutal slaying of two people in Ames more than six years ago.
03, Mar 2015 - Town Board mulling new $3M courthouse building
Southold Town Justice Court director Leanne Reilly stood in the town’s jury room Tuesday afternoon thumbing through files. It got that name since it’s where deliberations are held during trials. Of course it’s also known as the conference room, thanks to the many meetings held at the shiny oak table in the center of the […]
03, Mar 2015 - Scammers from Brevard get prison for $19M Ponzi scheme
Two men from Florida's Space Coast have been sentenced to more than 10 years each in federal prison for orchestrating a scheme that bilked investors out of almost $19 million.
03, Mar 2015 - Chapel Hill: When is a crime a 'hate crime'?
U.S. officials are investigating reasons for murder of three Muslim students by their religion-loathing neighbor -- but community says it's clear: They were victims of a hate crime.
03, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court overturns conviction of man who shot owner of downtown Chinese restaurant
Judge Charles Cunningham erred by allowing jurors to hear only part of confession.
03, Mar 2015 - Jayhawks snare share, can win Big 12 outright Tuesday vs. WVU
Kansas University’s basketball team will take the court tonight against West Virginia as champions — 2014-15 Big 12 champions. By Gary Bedore
03, Mar 2015 - Va. House has no immediate plans to redraw congressional map
Speaker Howell faces an April 1 deadline unless the court approves a request for an extension.
03, Mar 2015 - Prison company: Inmates in Willacy County may have planned riot
A week after a prisoner riot that left the Willacy County Correctional Center uninhabitable, the company that ran the troubled facility is laying off scores of employees as inmates were transferred to undisclosed prison locations. Management & Training Corp. and MTC Medical, the Utah-based company that operated the Raymondville facility, reported to the Texas Workforce Commission that it will ...
03, Mar 2015 - Pick to head Illinois transportation had 2004 arrest for DUI
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) – Gov. Bruce Rauner’s nominee to head the Illinois Department of Transportation was arrested for drunken driving in 2004. The Springfield bureau of Lee Enterprises newspapers reports Randy Blankenhorn failed a blood alcohol content test during a traffic stop in Sangamon County. According to court records, Blankenhorn pleaded guilty to DUI and […]
03, Mar 2015 - Fair Sentence? Man Hit With 162-Year Prison Term Gets Appeal
Attorneys for a Florida man will argue that cops had no right to obtain his cell phone's location data without a warrant to tie him to several crimes.
03, Mar 2015 - Key issues For Jurors In Aurora Theater Shooting Trial
Jury selection in the Aurora theater shooting case is going faster than expected, and attorneys will start questioning individual jurors Wednesday, about a week sooner than first thought.
03, Mar 2015 - Official: Contractor wants $20 million for empty Iowa prison
A corrections official has informed a legislative panel that the general contractor responsible for the new state prison in Fort Madison seeks an additional $20 million in state payments for its work.
03, Mar 2015 - Independent redistricting commission in jeopardy? Today’s oral argument in Plain English
Fifteen years ago, in the hope of eliminating or at least reducing partisan battles over redistricting, Arizona voters amended the state’s constitution to hand the power to draw boundaries for federal congressional districts over to an independent commission. The state’s legislature went to court to challenge that transfer of authority, and after an hour of […]
03, Mar 2015 - Date set for trial of New York banker accused of raping Irish student
Former Goldman Sachs executive Jason Lee has denied raping student
03, Mar 2015 - Iowa lawmakers impatient for answers to prison delay, rising cost
DES MOINES | Department of Administrative Services Director Janet Phipps was unable to provide many answers to lawmakers' questions about the long-delayed opening of the state’s Fort Madison m…
03, Mar 2015 - APD identifies armed robbery, shooting suspect, in 2011 crime
A botched broad daylight robbery left a man shot behind Long John Silvers that day. Giorgi Kartvilish, who was 32 at the time, was struck in the arm, and rushed to Phoebe Putney Hospital. Police found the suspect's black Chevy S-10 pickup, abandoned, about a mile away. But they never found the bandits.
03, Mar 2015 - AP EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Guantanamo detainees struggle in Uruguay - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missour
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (AP) - Every day during the 12½½ years he was imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay as a suspected al-Qaida operative, Adel bin Muhammad El Ouerghi dreamed of freedom.
03, Mar 2015 - UPDATE: Jesse Matthew Charged with First Degree Murder
Jesse Matthew, Jr. has been charged with first degree murder in the Hannah Graham death investigation. Albemarle County Commonwealth's Attorney Denise Lunsford made that announcement Tuesday morning during a press conference.
03, Mar 2015 - Maryland rockfish poacher could face federal prison sentence
On Friday, two men with a fondness for Maryland's Tilghman Island will gather for a hearing in a wood-paneled federal courtroom in downtown Baltimore.
03, Mar 2015 - Jesse Matthew: Date set for Hannah Graham murder trial
Jesse Matthew Jr., the man accused of abducting and killing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, will go on trial in Albemarle County in June.
03, Mar 2015 - Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys Baron and Budd Representing Plaintiffs in Elder Abuse Cases
Baron & Budd announced today it is furthering its commitment to protecting what’s right and raising awareness of nursing home abuse. The firm will help fight the fight for families whose loved ones have been injured by the actions, or inactions, of nursing homes and help them receive the settlement they deserve.
03, Mar 2015 - Jail recordings could open doors for other cases
14-year-old girl was killed, another wounded after Facebook spat. Plans to video tape fight were interrupted by two teenage males who pulled out guns and fired.
03, Mar 2015 - In rare move, local cops reveal details to judges on “stingray” use
Charlotte police show more, "but this isn’t happening in every town in America."
03, Mar 2015 - Alabama Supreme Court: School-choice tax credits for parents legal
MONTGOMERY | The Alabama Supreme Court on Monday upheld a GOP-championed school-choice law that gives tax credits to help some families pay for private school. The justices said the law does not violate restrictions on giving public funds to private, religious schools because the tax credits go to parents and to scholarship program donors, not to the schools. They also said Republican lawmakers ...
03, Mar 2015 - Gov. Herbert against handing off prison relocation decision
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he's opposed to the idea of allowing a state commission to pick a location to build a new prison instead of leaving the decision with the Legislature.
03, Mar 2015 - Pat Kelly loses his big bet
Former Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly will have to wait until March 20 for visiting Judge Patricia Cosgrove to hand down his prison sentence after he was convicted on 18 felony counts Thursday evening.
03, Mar 2015 - CALIFORNIA: Sex offender law too restrictive, court rules
Setting the stage for lawsuits in the Inland region and across the state, the California Supreme Court ruled Monday, March 2, that blanket restrictions on where paroled sex offenders may live are a violation of the parolees’ rights. The ruling...
03, Mar 2015 - East Texas woman gets 7 years in murder-for-hire plot
MARSHALL, TEXAS (KETK) — An east Texas woman involved in a murder-for-hire plot has been sentenced to prison time after reaching a plea deal with the state.
03, Mar 2015 - Former teacher accused in illicit photos case gets probation
A former southwestern Michigan middle school teacher accused of taking cellphone pictures of a student's underwear has been sentenced to five years of probation.
03, Mar 2015 - Gov. LePage dispute with AG Mills heads to Maine Supreme Court
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Republican Gov. Paul LePage is taking his ongoing dispute with Attorney General Janet Mills to the state's highest court. The Maine Supreme Judicial Court will hold oral arguments Thursday on questions posed by the governor regarding the scope of the attorney general's power.
03, Mar 2015 - Klamath Falls boy focus of Oregon Supreme Court liability cap case
Klamath Falls, Ore. - It's now been 3 months since the Oregon Supreme Court heard a case challenging the state's cap on tort claim limits. The court's decision will have a big impact on a 6-year old Klamath Falls boy, his family, and you... Tyson Horton was diagnosed with cancer in 2009...but O.H.S.U. botched an operation to remove the tumor. "They came out and told us that they had made a ...
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