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  • Attorney for Erin Andrews criticizes management at hotel

    The attorney for ESPN reporter Erin Andrews criticized management at a hotel where prosecutors allege a Westmont, Ill., man altered a peephole to take nude videos of the journalist, saying Sunday that not only was the man booked in a room next to Andrews' at his request but that the rooms were in an alcove removed from the main hallway.
  • Gacy nephew convicted of sex assault of 12-year-old girl

    Gacy nephew convicted of sex assault of 12-year-old girl
    Raymond Kasper, the nephew of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, was convicted in McHenry County today of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl, even though she denied the attacks from the witness stand. A jury took three hours to find Kasper, of Marengo,...

    Everything's Jake with the Sox

    Everything's Jake with the Sox
    During spring training, Jake Peavy said he wouldn’t try to become a pitcher who relies on guile after surgery robbed him of the power he used to have. Peavy lied, and good for him. He has become as smart as he is good. When he lost the plate in...

    Forget NBC, the NHL is perfect for Comedy Central

    Welcome to the NHL Yuk-Yuk Lounge, and remember, there’s a two-drink minimum for customers --- a six-pack minimum for referees. We’ve got a great show planned, but there are always some surprises. You just never know how many Brendan...

    ESPN’s Erin Andrews filed $10 million lawsuit for peephole incident

     
    ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the man who videotaped her through a peephole and against the Nashville hotel who failed to protect her privacy, according to the Tennessean.