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SOUTH BEND -- No one disputes that an 86-year-old man was beaten, robbed, and left for nearly dead in his home last September. But why that man was attacked -- or more specifically, who planned it -- was at the heart of the trial that started Tuesday...
Tags: Justice System, Homes, Punishment, Lawyers, Murder
SOUTH BEND — Prosecutor Michael Dvorak will not file criminal charges in a new case that has come to light involving a Saint Mary’s College student who alleged she was raped by a University of Notre Dame student in a campus residence hall....
Want a better grasp of how Elkhart and South Bend police departments work? Both agencies invite residents to enroll in citizen police academies. Elkhart Police Department When: 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, beginning April 20 for 10 weeks Where:...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
WASHINGTON (AP) — A look at what President Barack Obama has requested in his $3.73 trillion budget for the 2012 fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. ____ Agency: Agriculture Spending: $145.6 billion Percentage Change from 2011: 1.5 percent decrease...
Michigan State Police troopers are trying to find 17 Berrien County sex offenders who failed to report during the January 2011 verification period of Jan. 1 to Jan. 15. As of Jan. 16, offenders who fail to verify their addresses as required can be...
Tags: Police Arrests, Sex Crimes, Crimes
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The FBI says an Ohio bank robbery suspect left authorities with good surveillance photos because he lowered his hood when an employee told him to. FBI Special Agent Harry Trombitas (trahm-BY'-tuhs) says the man in his mid-...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System, FBI, Columbus, Ohio
CHICAGO (AP) — A defense attorney for "Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski ((kuh-ZIN'-skee) says he thinks the FBI is seeking his client's DNA simply to rule him out as a suspect in the 1982 Chicago-area Tylenol poisonings case that killed seven people. John...
CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORY: Notre Dame's inquiry of alleged sex attack upsets parents of girl who accused athlete, killed herselfRead Notre Dame University's official statement regarding this Chicago Tribune story here. And St. Joseph County Prosecutor Michael Dvorak issued a news release Thursday afternoon stating no criminal charges will be filed in the case. Read that release...
ReutersOLYMPIA, Washington (Reuters) - Federal authorities on Wednesday arrested a man charged with mailing a letter containing the deadly poison ricin to a U.S. district judge in Spokane, Washington, the FBI said. Investigators have no information to suggest...
WASHINGTON — As President Obama prepared to deliver a major speech on national security Thursday, his administration acknowledged for the first time that it had killed four U.S. citizens — one more than previously known — in drone...
ReutersORLANDO, Fla./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Chechen immigrant who was being questioned about his possible links to one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects was shot and killed by a federal agent in Florida on Wednesday after he suddenly turned violent,...
The Hartford CourantA secretly drafted bill to block release of photos, tapes of 911 calls and death certificates related to the Dec. 14 Newtown elementary school massacre could be acted on in the General Assembly as early as the end of the week, officials said Wednesday....
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