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The Fresno Police Department says it found this stolen .45 caliber Glock pistol during a traffic stop Wednesday night. Defendant in fatal Fresno hit-and-run won't face murder charge Defendant in fatal Fresno hit-and-run won't face murder charge The
Staff The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Nov. 26 2012, 2:46 PM EST Last updated Monday, Nov. 26 2012, 2:46 PM EST At school boards that have not concluded deals with the Ontario Secondary School Teachers union, strike actions are continuing. Algoma
Font Resize Del Norte County's chief probation officer has been arrested on suspicion of two counts of embezzlement following an investigation that began in September. Tom Crowell, 46, turned himself in to Del Norte County law enforcement officials
Joseph Early Sr., a former congressman from Massachusetts, has died at age 79...His death was confirmed by Tim Connolly, a spokesman for Early's son, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr...Before being elected to Congress, Early was a
The photo of incumbent District Court Judge Jill Ganus , the Republican, appears under the name of her opponent Lorraine Williams Pringle, the Democrat in the race. Pringle's photograph is published under Ganus' name, and vice versa.
A day after voters decide whether or not to accept Maryland's new congressional districts on the referendum ballot, the state Court of Appeals will hear a case on Nov. 7, brought by state Sens. Jim Brochin and Delores Kelley , that seeks to throw out
A former Birmingham municipal court judge is pitted against a former Jefferson County drug court judge in the Nov. 6 race for Jefferson County District Judge Place 3 ...Davis Lawley, Jr. , are both campaigning to see who will fill the vacancy on the
The $300,000 grant to the Solano County District Attorney's Office will fund a Vertical Prosecution team that will prosecute driving under the influence, or "DUI," cases from arrest through sentencing, according to officials. The new prosecution team
A Nevada judge agreed Friday to reopen the armed robbery and kidnapping case against former football star O.J. Simpson to determine if the former football star was so badly represented by his lawyers that he should be freed from prison and get
Hutchinson attorney Greg Bell and Wichita attorney Carl Maughan, who represent Craig, said Thursday that the basis for his change-of-venue request was "pretrial publicity that's only going to become more prevalent with the trial of Charles Logsdon."