01, Feb 2015 - Redlands Crime fell in Tehachapi in 2014
Most crimes declined in the city of Tehachapi during 2014, according to the year end crime analysis.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge: Maui illegally discharged sewage
A federal judge has ruled that Maui County illegally discharged treated sewage into two of its wells in Lahaina, in a ruling environmentalist say could cost the county up to $100 million.
01, Feb 2015 - Texas criminal court halts Wednesday execution of Garcia White
Garcia White's lawyers argued he may have been mentally impaired when he waived his right to an attorney during interrogations. Read more
01, Feb 2015 - Tama Ex-manager cooperated in US inquiry of halal beef supplier
A manager who was fired from a halal beef supplier charged with deceiving Muslim customers has been cooperating with prosecutors under a plea deal that may keep him out of prison, court records show. Phil ...
01, Feb 2015 - Tucson Gay couples find a new way to adopt in Arizona
Tucson attorneys have found a step-adoption workaround.
01, Feb 2015 - Mississippi files fraud lawsuit against Khosla over KiOR failure
The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in Hinds County Circuit Court, alleges Khosla and others engaged in fraud, negligence and conspiracy to hide the fact that KiOR’s technology never performed as well as they represented.
01, Feb 2015 - Dupage In final moments as governor, Quinn commutes sentences, announces appointments
In his final moments as governor, Pat Quinn commuted the sentences of six people, signed a batch of bills and handed out some prestigious appointments, his administration announced Monday during the inauguration festivities of Gov. Bruce Rauner.The commutations, in a list of 43 granted clemency petitions, included cutting or reducing prison time in six higher profile cases, some held up in the ...
01, Feb 2015 - Tulsa Escaped state prison inmate recaptured in Tulsa after chase
Police in Tulsa say an escaped Oklahoma state prison inmate has been recaptured following a short chase.
01, Feb 2015 - Kane St. Charles lawyer's former secretary sentenced to 4 years in prison
ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – The former secretary of a St. Charles lawyer on Wednesday received a four-year prison sentence after she pleaded guilty to stealing over $163,000 from him.
01, Feb 2015 - Duval Federal judge's ruling makes Florida the 36th state where gay marriage is legal
On Tuesday, Florida is poised to become the 36th state where same-sex couples can legally marry.
01, Feb 2015 - Searchlight Judges find no conduct issues in Vagos case
Two federal judges on Friday refused to dismiss drug cases against former Vagos motorcycle gang leaders because of outrageous government misconduct by the lead undercover agent.
01, Feb 2015 - Judge Postpones Wilson-Foley Sentencing In Rowland Case
NEW HAVEN – A federal judge Sunday postponed sentencing for a key conspirator in former Gov. John G. Rowland's campaign fraud case in order to sort through claims that authorities may have withheld evidence Rowland could have used to fight his conviction in September.