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31, Aug 2014 - W.Va. American Water moved Elk River intake to site downstream from chemical tanks when treatment p
By Ken Ward Jr. When West Virginia American Water built its Kanawha Valley drinking water plant 45 years ago, the company dropped a plan that would have kept an existing intake near Coonskin Park, upstream from an industrial facility that would later become Freedom Industries, according to state records and new federal court filings. West Virginia American got approval from what was then known ...
31, Aug 2014 - Clyde Gibson receives 2nd death sentence
A Floyd County judge sentences serial killer William Clyde Gibson to death in a second case.
31, Aug 2014 - Eastern Oregon Prison On Lockdown Following Shooting Death of Inmate
An Eastern Idaho prison is on lockdown after an inmate was shot dead from a yard tower following an assault. According to the La Grande Observer , officials at the Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution said a correctional officer shot the inmate to prevent another inmate from being assaulted. The wounded inmate, identified as Jayson Withers—who was serving time for negligent homicide, robbery ...
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A judge has ordered a Merrill woman convicted of trying to hire someone to kill her boyfriend to spend 3.5 years in prison. He also ordered her to serve four years on extended supervision once she gets out of prison.
31, Aug 2014 - Hunter linked to Rim Fire pleads not guilty
Nearly a year after the Rim Fire sparked in the Stanislaus National Forest, the U.S. Attorney’s Office indicted a Columbia man for starting it. He pled not guilty to the crime Tuesday.
31, Aug 2014 - Supreme Court upholds conviction in Kansas baby's death
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the felony murder conviction of a southwest Kansas man in the 2009 death of his girlfriend's baby daughter.
31, Aug 2014 - Supreme Court Upholds Conviction In Baby's Death
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the felony murder conviction of a southwest Kansas man in the 2009 death of his girlfriend's baby daughter.
31, Aug 2014 - Police arrest Hammond man on child porn charges
Investigators booked 19-year-old Brandon Brown into the Tangipahoa Parish Jail on 15 counts of possessing and a single count of distributing pornography involving juveniles.
31, Aug 2014 - Veteran prosecutor to take fatal Wal-Mart shooting - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
CINCINNATI (AP) - Ohio's attorney general says a veteran prosecutor will present the case of a man fatally shot by police at a Wal-Mart to a grand jury on Sept. 22.
31, Aug 2014 - Execution drug cost quadruples for prisons
The prison agency in the nation's busiest death penalty state paid $13,500 for its most recent batch of pentobarbital at a cost of $1,500 per vial, compared to $350 per dose spent last year.
31, Aug 2014 - National News
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An anesthesiologist said he would no longer act as an expert witness for states defending their lethal injection methods, creating another hurdle for corrections departments scrambling to find workable execution systems.
31, Aug 2014 - Plea entered Thursday in alleged organized crime case in county
A Paducah man became the third person Thursday to enter a guilty plea in an alleged ongoing organized crime case in Calloway County.
31, Aug 2014 - Philly mom faces jailtime due to New Jersey's strict gun laws
Shaneen Allen, 27, was pulled over in Atlantic County on traffic charges, but ended up arrested on weapons charges that could send her to prison for three years.
31, Aug 2014 - Former Patriot star faces decision in fraud case
Irving Fryar is scheduled to appear in court this month and say whether he will plead guilty to taking part in a mortgage fraud scheme with his mother.
31, Aug 2014 - Prison time for Utah woman charged in baby sitter death
A Utah woman accused of helping her husband dump their teenage baby sitter's body in the woods after a night of sex and drugs has been sentenced to up to five years in prison.
31, Aug 2014 - Judge allows feticide charge against Ind. woman
A northern Indiana judge allowed a feticide charge to stand Tuesday against a woman who is also charged with neglect in the death of a newborn whose body was found in a restaurant trash bin.
31, Aug 2014 - Woman pleads not guilty in fatal Vegas crime spree - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A defense lawyer aired concerns Monday about the mental state of his client, who faces multiple felony charges in a deadly crime spree that included a carjacking, two home invasions and a stabbing before police arrested her and fatally wounded her alleged accomplice.
31, Aug 2014 - Utah woman accused of helping hide baby sitter’s body sentenced to prison
OGDEN, Utah – A judge has sentenced Dea Millerberg to three concurrent terms of up to five years in the Utah State Prison. Thursday the judge said prison is the appropriate sentence for Millerberg, calling her acts “depraved.” Dea walked into court Thursday without making any comments. She then took her seat at the defense table, […]
31, Aug 2014 - Court blocks Jindal on Common Core
A district judge says the governor's plan would case "irreparable harm" to students.
31, Aug 2014 - Ohio man sentenced for theft
A South Point, Ohio, man was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court after pleading guilty to three counts of theft from the elderly.
31, Aug 2014 - Family of slain police informant wins judgment in death; Kentucky Supreme Court lowers amount
The Kentucky Supreme Court has reinstated a damage award to the family of a teenage informant killed while working for police, but lowered the amount the state must pay.
31, Aug 2014 - Ex-US lab worker sentenced in nuke secrets plot
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (AP) A former Los Alamos National Laboratory contractor has been sentenced to a year and a day in prison for conspiring with her physicist husband to sell nuclear secrets.The Justice Department on Wednesday...
31, Aug 2014 - For some companies, influx of migrant children into U.S. means business
By Mica Rosenberg NEW YORK (Reuters) - For a handful of U.S. companies that have exclusive or longstanding contracts with federal agencies dealing with illegal immigrants, the recent wave of children crossing the southern border with Mexico is a business opportunity. Private prison companies Geo Group and competitor Corrections Corporation of America, for example, stand to gain if Congress ...
31, Aug 2014 - Judge who made improper Internet comments agrees to removal from office
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas judge who admitted posting improper comments on an Internet forum has agreed to be removed from office at the end of the year and never again serve as a judge in Arkansas.
31, Aug 2014 - Colorado High Court Won’t Hear Pension Lawsuit
The Colorado Supreme Court has decided not to hear a lawsuit from state Treasurer Walker Stapleton seeking information about employee benefits in the state's pension system.
31, Aug 2014 - Former Fairfield County Court Clerk Pleads Guilty To Theft
A former Central Ohio court clerk has pleaded guilty to charges involving corruption in public office.
31, Aug 2014 - Smith County proclaimed a Purple Heart county
TYLER (KYTX)-The Military Order of the Purple Heart proclaimed Smith County a Purple Heart County this morning in support of veterans. "Let it be further resolved that the commissioners court of the county of Smith, Texas at the adoption of this resolution does hereby declare Smith County a Purple Heart County."
31, Aug 2014 - James Conn Nipp Enters Guilty Plea
ARDMORE, OK -- A Love County man pleaded guilty to leading police on a chase last summer and will serve time in prison. James Conn Nipp entered his plea in a Carter County courtroom Wednesday where he was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 10 years of probation. Investigators say Nipp led police on a high speed chase in July of last year that started in Wilson and ended in Love County. Last ...
31, Aug 2014 - Woman who supplied drugs to 'Monsignor Meth' in Connecticut gets 5 years in prison
HARTFORD, Conn. — A woman who authorities say helped supply nearly 10 pounds of methamphetamine to a drug operation in Connecticut run by a Catholic priest dubbed "Monsignor Meth" has been sentenced to five years in prison.
31, Aug 2014 - Carbon man sent to state prison for theft; others enter pleas
A Carbon County man was sentenced to a state prison term on Thursday in the county court in a theft of gun case. He was one of eight defendants to enter guilty pleas before President Judge Roger N. Nanovic II.
31, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin, Indiana set to defend gay marriage bans
The legal skirmish over same-sex marriage shifted Tuesday to a federal appeals court in Chicago as attorneys for Wisconsin and Indiana sought to reinstate bans on gay weddings ruled unconstitutional two months earlier.
31, Aug 2014 - Jury In Hugo Rape Trial Hears Recordings Of Angry Wife And Police Interviews
HUGO, OK -- It's Day Two in the rape trial for Hugo gymnastics teacher Sandro Ramos. Today, prosecutors used Ramos's own words against him, playing hours of jailhouse phone calls and police interviews.
31, Aug 2014 - Texas forced to pay $1,500 per dose of execution drug after activists pressure main supplier to sto
Mounties say a dashboard camera from a tractor-trailer captured a tour bus rollover that injured all 56 passengers in a tour bus rollover Thursday on the Coquihalla Highway south of Merritt.
31, Aug 2014 - Sister of white supremacist tells him to 'shut up' at sentencing for carjacking deaths
White supremacist David "Joey" Pedersen (PED-er-sun) has been sentenced to life in prison for the carjacking murders of an Oregon teenager he mistakenly thought was Jewish and of a black man in Northern California.
31, Aug 2014 - Ray Nagin to Serve Time in Texas Jail
According to WDSU-TV, former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin has been ordered to report to a federal prison camp in Texas by noon on Sept. 8. Nagin has been assigned to a minimum serurity camp in Texarkana, Texas, which is about a two-hour drive from his current home in the Dallas area and about six hours by car from New Orleans, the city he once led. In July, a district judge sentenced Nagin to 10 ...
31, Aug 2014 - Pennsylvania near top of list for teacher impropriety
PITTSBURGH — Claims of inappropriate relationships, sex abuse and misconduct filed against Pennsylvania school teachers are on track to double in less than a year, state officials say.Second only to Texas, Pennsylvania and California each logged at least 24 cases of teacher sex crimes this year, according to news reports tracked by Terry Abbott, chairman of Houston-based Drive West ...
31, Aug 2014 - Plea Deal Rejected
A woman accused of holding a shotgun on a woman with cancer, and her child, while another man stole medications rejected a plea deal Friday in court in Booneville.
31, Aug 2014 - Area women enter pleas, sentenced for welfare fraud
Five area women are among 14 individuals recently prosecuted for fraudulently receiving public assistance benefits, the Office of Inspector General announced today. Miriam L. Burgos, 52, of Lancaster, Lancaster County, received more than $3,200 in SNAP benefits. Burgos pleaded guilty, …
31, Aug 2014 - Illinois term limit push hits another legal roadblock
SPRINGFIELD — Republican Bruce Rauner’s bid to ask Illinois voters if they support term limits took another legal hit Wednesday when a state appeals court upheld a lower court ruling barring the question from the November ballot.
31, Aug 2014 - New federal mining rule survives court challenge
New federal rules that labor officials say could save lives at dangerous mining sites have survived a court challenge from mining industry groups. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday dismissed ...
31, Aug 2014 - Family wants feds to probe in Wal-Mart shooting - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
CINCINNATI (AP) - An attorney for the family of a man fatally shot by police while holding an air rifle inside a Wal-Mart called on the U.S. Justice Department to open a civil rights investigation and assess whether the shooting was justified and whether race played a factor.
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