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A judge has sentenced former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick to from one-and-a-half to five years in prison for violating the terms of his probation on an obstruction of justice conviction. Kilpatrick asked Judge David Groner to show him compassion...
Brand XAt the "Sex And The City 2" premiere: Best, worst and most absurdly dressed. (Radar) Britney Spears wants to be frozen after her death, so she can be brought back to life later. Idea came from hearing the story that Walt Disney had his corpse frozen. A...
Comments BlogEmbattled former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced to up to five years in prison Tuesday for violating the terms of his probation related to his conviction for lying under oath about an affair with his chief of staff. Kilpatrick,......
The new indictments issued last week in the City Hall corruption probe have some Baltimore political leaders impatient for resolution to a case that has spanned three years and left the city's reputation in limbo. "Most people I talk to are saying 'Let's...
Tags: Theft, Elections, Prosecution, Judges, Sheila Dixon
FOX40 NewsFOX40 Live Anchor Email Ama FOX40 News Fan Page Ama Daetz, a San Jose native, is thrilled to be back in the Golden State. Most recently, she was an anchor for the NBC affiliate in Detroit. "Detroit is breaking news, all day every day," says Daetz....
Tribune staff reporterCollege football's title game Monday pits Louisiana State against Ohio State -- two teams chosen through a hopelessly complex formula of polls and computer rankings. The college game is full of such conundrums. We won't even ask why there are 11 teams...
FOX 17 Web ProducerTHE PARADES BEGIN AT TULIP TIME HOLLAND - The busy streets of Holland will fill with street scrubbers, klompen dancers, and FOX 17 Morning News anchors. The first of the big Tulip Time parades, the Volksparade, begins klomping down 8th Street in...
Welcome back to the Opinion L.A. News Quiz. This week's quiz is in three parts: A trivia question (no prize awarded); a limerick competition (prize awarded!); and a caption contest (prize awarded!). If years of scandal have taught you more than you...
Sheila Dixon looks far from finished. The Baltimore mayor dug in yesterday after being indicted on a dozen counts related to gifts she allegedly received, and the city's political establishment, so far, is standing firmly behind her. Many said they don't...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGeneral Motors Corp. kicked off this year's North American International Auto Show with an opulent party in a giant heated tent alongside the Detroit River. Coming on last after several other acts, Michigan's own Kid Rock took the stage, singing as a pack...
Tags: Travel, Employees, Death, Los Angeles Times, California
Sun reporterWith the raid of Mayor Sheila Dixon's house, the complicated financial investigation that has bubbled through Baltimore news cycles for years officially jumped the local threshold. Political and public relations experts say this whiff of scandal will...
Los Angeles Times staff writer Paul Pringle has won a George Polk Award for investigative stories that "revealed potential corruption" in California's largest union local, it was announced today. In August, Pringle reported that a Los Angeles local of...
Tags: Government, Death, Employees, Elections, Los Angeles Times
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