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A judge on Tuesday denied a request to move a pending child-molestation trial hundreds of miles away, which the Archdiocese of Los Angeles had sought based on negative public sentiment toward the church in Southern California. Church attorneys had made...
Aberdeen Matthew Ashford, 25, of the first block of Liberty Street, was charged Friday with possessing marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a drug other than marijuana. Justin Michael Goins, 22, of the 700 block of Cronin Drive, was charged Monday with...
Tags: Prosecution, Elkton, Cheshire, Theft, Edgewood
South Bend TribuneThe dust has settled from the 2013 Indiana General Assembly, but questions remain about whether the session will make a difference in the lives of Hoosier children. Uncertainty centers around how legislation involving the Indiana Department of Child...
Vastly different women united by the common thread of motherhood — a new mom, a teacher whose mother said she'd never get married, a mother who lost a daughter, a battered mom, a women putting her mother in a home and a daughter with two mothers ...
The Morning Call was recognized by the Associated Press this weekend with a first-place award for its coverage of the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse trial in June. The award for general news reporting was presented to The Morning Call staff at the annual...
South Bend TribuneCASSOPOLIS — A Niles man whose obsession with a Cass County woman led to her unlawful imprisonment, sexual assault and an eventual 14-hour standoff with police will pay a heavy price for his crime. Despite Michael Long’s tearful apology, Cass...
Tags: Punishment, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Judges, Prisons
Not Guilty, Your Honor! Thus responded Ariel Castro of Cleveland to the charges that he had kidnapped three young girls, kept them as sex slaves for ten years in the basement of his home, raped them, starved them, beat them, put them in chains with...
A Will County judge has ruled that a Tinley Park man accused of beating his wife to death in December can be tried for the offense, officials said. Judge Amy M. Bertani-Tomczak ruled at a May 16 hearing that Bahaa Sam, 47, could stand trial in the...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Murder, Trials, Prosecution, Judges
Virginia Beach police arrested a local man last week in connection to sexual assault incidents that happened in the 1970s and 1980s. Robert Vance Gallup, 60, of Suffolk, was charged with three counts of forcible sodomy, three counts of taking indecent...
Paula Coughlin was grocery shopping in Jacksonville, Fla., when I caught up with her on the phone this week. If anyone has an interesting perspective on the U.S. military’s absurd inability to deal with sexual assault, it’s Coughlin. She is...
Tribune reporterCubs reliever Carlos Marmol told the Tribune on Friday that his ongoing legal issues stemming from an offseason accusation of domestic abuse from a woman in the Dominican Republic has not been a distraction. “Not really. Like I said before, I...
An Apopka day-care worker was arrested Thursday after investigators said she slapped a 2-year-old hard enough to leave finger marks and the beginnings of a black eye. Jacqueline Clemente, 33, was arrested on charges of child abuse, child neglect and...
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