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  • Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4

     Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4
    Jose Padilla, the convicted terrorism supporter from Broward County, is likely to be sentenced to a tougher term than the 17 years he's already serving after a Miami federal judge Wednesday scheduled a new sentencing date.
  • Robert Hendrix executed for brutal Lake killings

    Robert Hendrix executed for brutal Lake killings
    RAIFORD — Nearly 24 years after he murdered a young Lake County couple, Robert Hendrix was executed this evening by lethal injection at Florida State Prison. Hendrix, who made no final statement, died at 6:21 p.m., 10 minutes after being injected...

    Judge rejects motion to dismiss Arundel road-rage murder case involving N.J. officer

    An Anne Arundel County judge ruled Wednesday that a deadly road-rage case involving a New Jersey detective can move forward to trial, despite defense allegations that prosecutors withheld information from a grand jury before it handed up an indictment....

    Woman who killed ex now convicted of trying to murder son

    A woman who was found not guilty of murdering her husband in Palm Beach County 22 years ago has now been convicted of trying to kill her son in Las Vegas, prosecutors there said Wednesday. Linda Cooney, 64, faces between three and 65 years in prison when...

    DWP union chief says he'll fight order to turn over nonprofit records

    Brian D’Arcy, head of the largest union at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, says he will appeal a newly finalized court order requiring him to turn over financial records for two nonprofit trusts that have received more than $40...