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BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Baby Andrei has confounded doctors just by being alive: The tiny boy with twig-thin limbs was given just days to live when he was born with almost no intestines — eight months ago. Now there's a glimmer of hope for...
A LaGrange woman's arrest on charges of illegal midwifery sparked a protest by about 100 people. Women, men and children gathered Monday at the LaGrange County Courthouse to support Ireena Keeslar of Howe. She was arrested March 31 on a felony charge...
Tags: Health, Crime, Law and Justice, Police Arrests, Crimes
VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP) — A former Vincennes University student is appealing his rape conviction in a sexual assault on another student who later committed suicide. Jason Michael Palilonis argues that jurors shouldn't have been told that the victim...
CONROE, Texas (AP) — A judge has denied bond for a nurse accused of fatally shooting a young mother in suburban Houston to kidnap the woman's newborn son. Verna McClain did not speak at a Monday bond hearing in Conroe. Montgomery County District...
LANSING — Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Licensing and Regulatory Affairs today announced the Attorney General’s Health Care Fraud Division has arrested Charles A. Mosimbwa, 43, of Berrien Springs, for allegedly practicing...
Tags: Health, Punishment, Lawyers, Criminals, Crimes
WARSAW -- A Syracuse man is behind bars after an armed robbery at a Warsaw Walgreens Saturday morning. Police responded to a call of an armed robbery at the Walgreens Pharmacy in the 2400 block of East Center Street in Warsaw just after 5:30 a.m....
Tags: Health, Warsaw (Poland), Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Crimes
NEW YORK (AP) — Recent high-profile cases of child sex abuse have roused national revulsion against the adults who perpetrated them. Rarely mentioned is the sobering statistic that more than one-third of the sexual abuse of America's children is...
RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) — In the wake of more bullying-related suicides and the issue being addressed in schools throughout Wyoming, questions remain of what can be done. In 2009, the Wyoming Legislature passed a bill requiring each school in the...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterELKHART -- In about 90 percent of all births, the baby smoothly transitions from the womb to the world. About 10 percent of the time, an infant requires special assistance after delivery. Some babies need stimulation or a little bit of oxygen when they...
SOUTH BEND — A man charged with killing one son and torturing another will be evaluated by three court-ordered doctors as part of his effort to use an insanity defense. Today, St. Joseph County Superior Court Judge Jane Woodward Miller appointed...
GRANGEVILLE, Idaho (AP) — A man convicted of beating his girlfriend's 3-year-old son to death was sentenced to life in prison without parole after a judge said he didn't believe the defendant could change. "I believe in rehabilitation," 2nd...
Tags: Health, Punishment, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Lawyers
Federal health officials are failing to monitor how state agencies are doling out powerful psychotropic drugs to foster children, according to a comprehensive investigation released Thursday showing foster kids are being prescribed the drugs at rates 2....
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