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Developers are hoping to convert a former cigar company warehouse into an apartment complex. L.A.C. Group LLC is looking to convert the former Consolidated Cigar Corp warehouse at 38 Hubbard St. into 42 apartment units. According to Peter Alter, the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Architecture, Trials
SOUTH BEND — A woman targeted in a pre-dawn shooting today had recently admitted that she led a scheme that used bogus tax returns to defraud the government of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Gigi M. Riley, 32, was shot twice about 4:14 a.m. at...
TUCSON — Young people granted immigration relief and work permits under a new Obama administration program still won't be able to obtain driver's licenses in Arizona, a federal judge has ruled. Although the decision is a win for Republican Gov....
As if you didn't know this already, we're coddling criminals in America. By that I don't mean the petty drug dealers, three-strikes necklace-snatchers and other mooks filling up our state prisons; many of them are doing hard time. I'm talking about...
Facing sentencing for four strong-arm robberies on a single night in Bethlehem, a teenager insisted he is a changed man whose strong family will ensure he stays on the straight and narrow. Four generations of Johnnie K. Johnson Jr.'s loved ones sat in...
VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP) — A northwestern Indiana woman has pleaded guilty to molesting a 2-year-old boy and sending photographs to her boyfriend. Twenty-three-year-old Tara Tryon would be sentenced to 10 years in prison if a Porter County judge...
An Arkansas law that bans most abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy was temporarily blocked by a federal judge on Friday. In a ruling from the bench, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Webber Wright in Little Rock granted a preliminary injunction...
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A federal judge has granted a request to temporarily block enforcement of a new Arkansas law that bans most abortions 12 weeks into a pregnancy. U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright granted a motion Friday for a preliminary...
Daily American Staff WriterA 47-year-old Addison man accused of holding four people at gunpoint at his residence and threatening to shoot someone else who stopped by on Dec. 27 pleaded guilty to terroristic threats and recklessly endangering another person Thursday. James Owen...
Tags: Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Punishment, Judges, Trials
An Allentown man will serve more than five years in state prison for shooting a neighbor he allegedly believed had previously robbed him. Christopher R. Perez, 27, was sentenced Wednesday to 68 months to 15 years in state prison by Lehigh County Judge...
Tags: Theft, Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Shootings, Judges
Cases in Lincoln District Court. List includes all names of those charged who are not identified as minors. 4/8/11 Michael W. Collins, driving motor vehicle using hand-held mobile telephone. Dismissed. Timothy W. Conn, no/expired Kentucky...
Tags: Theft, Crime, Law and Justice, Criminals, Trials
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