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Ex-Yankee Sergio Mitre convicted of murdering child, sentenced to 50 years in prison

Ex-Yankee Sergio Mitre convicted of murdering child, sentenced to 50 years in prison

2 hours ago   |   New York Post

Sergio Mitre, who pitched in parts of eight major league seasons and won a World Series ring with the 2009 Yankees, likely will spend the rest of his life in prison.
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Judge OKs California earlier releases for repeat offenders with serious, violent criminal histories

2 hours ago   |   ABC   |   2 articles

A judge is allowing California to proceed with plans to allow earlier potential prison release dates for repeat offenders with serious and violent criminal histories under the...
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'Dreadhead Cowboy' pleads guilty to animal cruelty charge

'Dreadhead Cowboy' pleads guilty to animal cruelty charge

3 hours ago   |   WGN TV

CHICAGO - A man known as the “Dreadhead Cowboy” has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty in connection with a rush-hour horseback ride he took along Chicago's Dan Ryan Expressway...
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Southern Minnesota Man Pleads Guilty To Impersonating Federal Officer On TikTok

Southern Minnesota Man Pleads Guilty To Impersonating Federal Officer On TikTok

7 hours ago   |   CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - A southern Minnesota man pleaded guilty Friday to pretending to be a federal officer to his nearly 10,000 followers on TikTok. The U.S. Attorney's Office District...
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Years of Legal Wrangling Leads to Upheld Death Sentences for 'Wichita Massacre' Brothers

19 hours ago   |   Newsweek

The brothers argued a Kansas Supreme Court ruling on abortion rights protects their rights to life. The state supreme court judges disagreed.
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Man kills parents who discovered he faked SpaceX job offer

Man kills parents who discovered he faked SpaceX job offer

20 hours ago   |   RT

Wisconsin man killed and dismembered his parents after they discovered a ‘web of lies' about his job A Wisconsin man accused of spinning an “amazing web of lies,” including a...
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Death Sentences for Activists and Prominent Business Departures Continue to Roil Myanmar

20 hours ago   |   Newsweek

TotalEnergies and Chevron will withdraw from an offshore natural gas field in Myanmar, citing worsening conditions in the country since a 2021 military coup.
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Giuliani Associate Sentenced To One Year In Prison In Foreign Donor Case

Giuliani Associate Sentenced To One Year In Prison In Foreign Donor Case

22 hours ago   |   The Huffington Post   |   2 articles

Igor Fruman, who aided Giuliani in seeking information on Joe Biden, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison.
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Prosecutors oppose vacating Gary Sampson's convictions in 3 deaths

Prosecutors oppose vacating Gary Sampson's convictions in 3 deaths

1 day ago   |   WCVB

Prosecutors oppose vacating the murder convictions of Gary Lee Sampson, the man who died in prison while appealing his death sentence for brutally killing three men more than...
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U.K. man who used Grindr to rob, blackmail victims sentenced to 5 years

1 day ago   |   NY Daily News

"Sabbar is a nasty and spineless individual who used Grindr to target victims and used their vulnerabilities against them," said Detective Inspector Arif Sharif, with U.K.'s...
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Judge OKs California earlier releases for repeat offenders

Judge OKs California earlier releases for repeat offenders

A judge is allowing California to proceed with plans to allow earlier potential prison release dates for repeat offenders with serious and violent criminal histories under the... Read more ...

Lakers News: Anthony Davis Could Return from Knee Injury vs. Heat; Will Be GTD

Los Angele Lakers big man Anthony Davis, who has missed 16 straight games since Dec. 19 with an Read more ...

Aaron Donald fined $10,815 for trying to choke D.J. Humphries

Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald received a $10,815 fine from the NFL for unnecessary roughness during the wild card playoff win over the Cardinals. Donald got into it with... Read more ...

Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler retires

Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler is calling it a career. Butler told the team he is retiring, the team announced. “It is an emotional day as I announce I am retiring... Read more ...

Kyle Rittenhouse wants the gun he used in the Kenosha shootings back so he...

Kyle Rittenhouse wants the gun he used in the Kenosha shootings back so he can destroy it

The attorney also requested back several other items, including a 30-round capacity magazine, bullets, an iPhone and some clothing. Read more ...

Delta passenger arrested for mooning crew, causing disturbances on flight to...

An Irish man on a Delta flight from Dublin to New York refused to wear a mask, threw a can that hit another passenger, and pulled down his pants and exposed Read more ...

Oral immunotherapy induces remission of peanut allergy in some young children

A clinical trial has found that giving peanut oral immunotherapy to highly peanut-allergic children ages 1 to 3 years safely desensitized most of them to peanut and induced... Read more ...

5-year-old girl among 2 critically wounded in Little Village shooting

5-year-old girl among 2 critically wounded in Little Village shooting

CHICAGO - A 5-year-old girl was among two people critically wounded in a shooting in Little Village Saturday afternoon, according to police. Police said a 5-year-old girl and a... Read more ...

Police searching for driver who struck WRAL employee and ran from scene

Police searching for driver who struck WRAL employee and ran from scene

Late Friday night, WRAL News learned that a colleague and dear friend was hit on Western Boulevard in Raleigh at the beginning of the winter snow storm. Read more ...

New York COVID positivity rate stays below 10%, Gov. Hochul says

New York COVID positivity rate stays below 10%, Gov. Hochul says

"We are below 10% positivity rate for the second day in a row. This is extraordinary progress," Gov. Hochul said Saturday. Read more ...