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KTLA NewsSEAL BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- The man accused in the deadly Seal Beach salon shooting rampage pleaded not guilty in court Wednesday. Scott Dekraai appeared in chains and an orange jail jumpsuit for his brief arraignment. The 42-year-old was indicted on...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA Sedgwick County Jury has found Ronald Bevan guilty of driving drunk, racing a buddy, and causing a crash on Kellogg that killed a 5 year-old Clearwater girl last February. The verdict was read Friday afternoon after about seven hours of deliberation. ...
The Hartford CourantA soot-covered piece of paper on top of a desk in the Petit family's home office caught the eye of prosecutor Michael Dearington the day he walked through the charred remains of 300 Sorghum Mill Drive in Cheshire. It was a letter announcing an...
Baltimore County reported the highest suspension rate of any Maryland district apart from the Eastern Shore in the last school year, despite its efforts to focus on discipline that doesn't require students to miss classroom time. About 10,000 students...
Ever since Sheri Sangji was fatally burned in a December 2008 lab fire, UCLA officials have cast it as a tragic accident, saying the 23-year-old staff research assistant was a seasoned chemist who was trained in the experiment that went awry. But...
A judge today sentenced a South Dakota inmate to death for his part in the killing of a prison guard during an unsuccessful escape attempt. Rodney Berget, 49, a former Brown County resident, pleaded guilty to killing Ronald ‘‘R.J.’&...
KTLA NewsSANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A paid intern with the Santa Ana Public Works Department has been sentenced to jail time for secretly videotaping men in the bathrooms at City Hall. Miguel Ruiz Fabian, 24, pleaded guilty to eight misdemeanor counts of...
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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - New attorneys for a Kansas doctor and his wife convicted in a moneymaking conspiracy linked to 68 overdose deaths asked an appeals court to throw out their convictions, arguing their trial lawyers served as little more than...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County liquor board officials fined a Hagerstown restaurant $1,000 on Wednesday for what they said was failure to control illegal drug activity at the establishment. Charles F. Mades, treasurer of the Board of License Commissioners for...
A convicted killer was found guilty Thursday of murdering a correctional officer at the now-closed Maryland House of Correction, opening the possibility that he will become the first person sentenced to death under the state's new capital punishment law....
A by-the-book correctional officer was murdered on the job by two prisoners who didn't want to live by the rules, a prosecutor told a jury Wednesday as the death penalty trial of the first of those inmates began in Anne Arundel County. "To them, Cpl....
Former Tallahassee power broker Dr. Alan Mendelsohn can delay no more and must go directly to prison by noon Friday, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. Mendelsohn, a former political fundraiser and lobbyist, had already received a seven-month delay before...
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