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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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21, Aug 2014 - Grand jury continuing investigation of PG&E: Utility pleads not guilty to charges in deadly San Bru
Defense and prosecution attorneys revealed at a hearing in PG&E Co.’s criminal case in federal court in San Francisco Monday that a grand jury is continuing an investigation of the utility in what may be a separate case.
21, Aug 2014 - Weird Al’s Latest Turns 'Blurred Lines' Into a Grammar Lesson (Video)
"Word Crimes," the second single/video from his new album, "Mandatory Fun," is a spirited spoof. read more
21, Aug 2014 - Accused wife killer Stephen Scharf seeks companionship online
Before his conviction on charges that he murdered his wife was overturned this week, Stephen Scharf wanted the world to know who he really was: a disabled Army veteran who enjoyed visiting historic battlefields, hiking the Appalachian Trail and meeting at the Barnes & Noble coffee bar. And he is a widower, according to a profile he posted on the website
21, Aug 2014 - Blake Beats Courier In Exhibition At Connecticut Open
NEW HAVEN — They were not afraid to whiz some vicious shots at each other's head. Yes, it was much more dangerous off the court Wednesday than on it for James Blake and Jim Courier at the Connecticut Tennis Center.
21, Aug 2014 - Former Loudoun teacher sentenced to 13 years for child porn
A former Loudoun County art teacher has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for child pornography.
21, Aug 2014 - Supreme Court Halts Gay Marriage in Virginia
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a stay in a lower court decision ruling the Commonwealth of Virginia's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional.
21, Aug 2014 - Former Altmar Official Sentenced on Grand Larceny Charges
Former Altmar village clerk and treasurer sentenced on grand larceny charges. She pleaded guilty to stealing more than $117,000 in public funds.
21, Aug 2014 - Judge rules Louisiana schools will use Common Core tests as public support for standards wanes
A state judge in Louisiana has ruled against Governor Bobby Jindal’s executive order to suspend Common Core in the state. Video still by PBS NewsHour A Louisiana state judge has ruled against Gov. Bobby Jindal’s efforts to suspend the state’s contract to use Common Core-aligned tests in public schools next spring. By suspending the contract with an executive order earlier this summer, Jindal ...
21, Aug 2014 - A peaceful night in Ferguson after a visit from Eric H. Holder Jr.
The U.S. attorney general?s visit is the latest example of saying more on racial issues than Obama.
21, Aug 2014 - Man sentenced after pleading guilty to deadly Hamilton shooting
A Georgia man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with a deadly shooting in Hamilton.
21, Aug 2014 - US Sentencing Commission identifies review of economic crime penalties as a priority
WASHINGTON - The federal panel that sets sentencing policy announced Thursday that it plans in the coming year to consider changes to sentencing guidelines for some white-collar crimes.
21, Aug 2014 - Cliven Bundy's Son Arrested on Contempt Warrant
Cliven Lance Bundy, son of the rancher who hosted armed protesters during a dispute with federal officials, failed to appear in court on another case.
21, Aug 2014 - Governor appoints Roswell lawyer to judgeship
Gov. Susana Martinez has appointed Roswell lawyer Kea Riggs to a vacant district court judgeship in southeastern New Mexico.
21, Aug 2014 - Galveston county man sentenced for Beaumont bank robbery
21, Aug 2014 - Nebraska man seeks to quash indictment
GERING, Neb. (AP) — A man facing trial for the death of a 2-year-old girl is asking a judge to quash the original indictment against him.
21, Aug 2014 - Ruling supports politiciansand#x2019; use of blind trusts
TALLAHASSEE — A Florida judge on Monday ruled in favor of a law that allows elected officials to place their assets in a blind trust instead of reporting each investment publicly.
21, Aug 2014 - Omaha jury convicts woman for filing false liens
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska woman who once belonged to a sovereign citizens group was convicted of filing and conspiring to file false liens against federal authorities involved in prosecuting two associates convicted of tax crimes, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
21, Aug 2014 - September trial likely for Mississippi election challenge
LAUREL, Miss. (AP) - A judge presiding over a lawsuit that challenges Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran's victory in a Republican primary runoff says he intends to finish the case before the November general election.
21, Aug 2014 - Nanny service sued over infant's death
The parents of a 3-month-old girl who died while under the care of Waukegan-area babysitter Sarah Gumm have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Gumm and, a nanny screening service that helped the couple hire her.
21, Aug 2014 - Corbett, election aides met in office, raising ‘appearance’ of illegality
HARRISBURG — Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, the former attorney general whose prosecutions drew a strict line between campaign and government activities, met with top campaign ...
21, Aug 2014 - Judge denies Jodi Arias' attorney in bid to quit
An Arizona judge has denied a request by one of Jodi Arias' attorney to quit.
21, Aug 2014 - Former Army official guilty in bribery scheme
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - A former Army contracting official has pleaded guilty to accepting cash and vacations in return for helping businesses get millions in federal contracts. In Seon Lim pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Virginia to accepting more than $490,000 in benefits, including a Lexus ...
21, Aug 2014 - Judge Closes Las Vegas Battery Case Against Flavor Flav
*A Nevada judge closed the battery case against Flavor Flav upon the Public Enemy hype man completing a domestic violence counseling course. Flav, whose real name is William Drayton, wasn’t present in court Monday when attorneys Kristina Wildeveld and Dayvid Figler filed the last documents for the October 2012 case. Flavor Flav pleaded guilty to attempted battery and battery constituting […]
21, Aug 2014 - How Arizona, Ohio, Oklahoma, executions went awry
Since the start of the year, executions in Ohio, Oklahoma and Arizona have gone awry, with inmates gasping for breath as lethal drugs coursed through their bodies. The Associated Press had witnesses at the executions of the three inmates. A look at how each unfolded:
21, Aug 2014 - A will to win drives this maritime lawyer
Three decades of dissecting accidents on the water has made James Mercante a very cautious boater. The New York City-based maritime lawyer has handled such high-profile cases as the sinking of the Silverton 34 Kandi Won in Oyster Bay, New York, on July 4, 2012, in which three children drowned, and last year’s accident when a powerboat struck a barge moored at the Tappan Zee Bridge on the Hudson ...
21, Aug 2014 - Married MI same-sex couples seek recognition
Detroit Federal District Judge Mark Goldsmith says he will rule soon on whether to issue a court order forcing Michigan officials to recognize same sex marriages.
21, Aug 2014 - Missouri set to execute man who killed neighbor
BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court and Missouri's governor declined on Tuesday to block the execution of a man who raped and killed a college student, leaving him on course to be the first U.S. prisoner put to death since an Arizona lethal injection went awry last month.
21, Aug 2014 - Cops and Courts: Aug. 7, 2014: Man shot in drive-by attack in Watsonville
A 23-year-old man was shot several times in the back during a drive-by attack Monday night. The victim was struck several times in the upper back and left side of the head while standing in front of a friend's house on the 200 block of Prospect Street before 9:51 p.
21, Aug 2014 - Extra: Peoria's oldest law firm avoids headlines, operates without fanfare
In 1865, at the onset of Peoria’s oldest law firm, the city was booming. Just 33 years earlier, an unincorporated Illinois River burg held about 100 inhabitants, three houses and a makeshift log courthouse.
21, Aug 2014 - Norman County Man Sentenced To Maximum Penalty for Sex Crimes Against Teens
A Minnesota man is sentenced to the maximum penalty on Wednesday for sex crimes against teenagers.
21, Aug 2014 - 'I'm not giving up on my sobriety'
Local woman jailed for violating terms of early release from prison. A former New London woman was sentenced to jail Monday for accepting a pill from another client in a locked-down substance abuse treatment center.
21, Aug 2014 - Georgia man gets 20 years probation for 'elaborate check-cashing scheme'
A Billings judge on Thursday gave a Georgia man 20 years probation and ordered him to pay back more than $60,000 for his role in orchestrating a check-cashing scheme that victimized Billings banks and businesses last fall.
21, Aug 2014 - New York: Truck driver arrested for mowing down Sikh after calling him terrorist
Caleca was arraigned on charges of attempted murder as a hate crime, assault as a hate crime and leaving the scene without reporting.
21, Aug 2014 - Texas man sentenced to 11 years for supplying cocaine to Monongahela Valley drug ring
A Texas man who supplied cocaine for a large-scale Monongahela Valley drug ring was sentenced yesterday to more than 11 years in federal prison.
21, Aug 2014 - Jury picked for co-defendant in robbery spree
A jury was selected Monday for the trial against the second of three defendants accused of conducting a robbery spree last October through Harris and Montgomery counties.
21, Aug 2014 - Third Street shooting suspect awaits arraignment
Criminal homicide, robbery, conspiracy and weapons charges were held for court July 11 for the third suspect arrested in a June 18 shooting that left ...
21, Aug 2014 - Official: Linking to national database would help track deadbeat dads
Medina County Child Support Enforcement Agency Director Michael Pataky wants to tie into a national database to better track deadbeat dads who are behind bars. The database, called JusticeXchange, provides prison data for 37 different states and 92 percent of all jail beds in Ohio. “There are people who father children and decide to run Read More... The post Official: Linking to national ...
21, Aug 2014 - Dumpit appeals decision
SPO1 Adonis Dumpit wants to be acquitted of any criminal liability in the death of robbery suspect Ronron Go in 2004, saying he shot the latter in self-defense. This was the gist of the motion filed by his lawyer Benjamin Militar yesterday afternoon, in a bid to persuade Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 6 Judge Ester Veloso to reverse her decision finding the police officer guilty of homicide ...
21, Aug 2014 - A killer's execution could hinge on a Colorado election
With a signature on a piece of paper, convicted quadruple murderer Nathan Dunlap's life was spared.
21, Aug 2014 - Judge sentences murder-for-hire co-defendant to 15 years
A judge sentenced Wendy Moore to serve 15 years on four charges against her in the murder-for-hire conspiracy to kill Nancy Latham.
21, Aug 2014 - Offers will roll in, but Jon Lester's door still open to Sox return
KANSAS CITY — The weirdest part of all of this for Jon Lester? The color scheme. For a dozen years, his work clothes came in the understated reds and blues of the Red Sox, and they fit his low-key personality. The stitched B might be iconic, but the colors themselves don’t exactly pop. Boston’s grey and blue road uniform wouldn’t look out of place in a prison. As Lester lounged in his new ...
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