Search / 13396 results found

from
to
wire

Aug. 4—SIOUX CITY — A woman who transported methamphetamine from California to Sioux City has been sentenced to more than 10 years in federal prison. Leslie Aranda-Moreno, 27, of San Diego, pleaded guilty in March in U.S. District Court in Sioux City to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. She was sentenced Friday to 122 months in prison. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Colorado ...

wire

Aug. 4—ALBANY — Clifton Park businessman Michael Mann was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in prison in his $100 million bank fraud scheme that led to the collapse of his payroll company, MyPayrollHR, an implosion that left thousands without paychecks and threatened to destroy the institutions that did business with him. Senior U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Kahn imposed the sentence after ...

wire

For the second straight night, a member of a North Carolina county school board without evidence blamed immigrants for the nation’s rise in COVID-19 cases. Union County school board member Gary Sides ranted against immigrants near the end of a meeting Tuesday that drew a packed crowd. During the public-comment part of the regular board meeting, parents and others spoke for and against mask ...

wire

Baltimore County officials and attorneys representing the family of Korryn Gaines have finalized a $3 million settlement, the county confirmed Wednesday. The settlement comes five years after Gaines’ death and resolves claims brought by her parents, daughter and estate, according to a copy of the agreement obtained by The Baltimore Sun. A county police officer shot the 23-year-old Gaines ...

wire

A Circuit Court judge decided Wednesday not to throw out the murder confession of a Virginia Beach man who told detectives during a 17½-hour interrogation that he threw his ex-girlfriend down the stairs and choked her. Lamont Johnson is charged with second-degree murder in the 2018 death of 39-year-old Bellamy Gamboa, a mother of four. Johnson told detectives during the interrogation that ...

WASHINGTON — Senior senators on both sides of the aisle raised warning flags Wednesday about the path ahead for spending bills in the absence of a bipartisan agreement on subcommittee allocations for defense, domestic and foreign aid programs. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., a longtime appropriator, and other senior Appropriations Committee members called for bipartisan ...

wire

New details about the attack on a Pentagon police officer who later died and his assailant have emerged a day after the headquarters of the U.S. military went on lockdown after gunshots were fired. According to ABC News, Georgia resident Austin William Lanz, 27, stabbed the officer in the head and took the officer’s gun before shooting him outside the Virginia complex. At least one bystander ...

wire

New Jersey’s eviction moratorium will end early for families above a certain income threshold under a sweeping bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law Wednesday that will also provide $750 million in aid for residents who have struggled to keep up with rent and utility bills during the coronavirus pandemic. The Democratic governor signed a moratorium on evictions early in the pandemic to protect ...

wire

As Connecticut’s COVID-19 test positivity rate continues to increase amid spread of the delta variant, the state Department of Public Health, which identified a few recent coronavirus outbreaks across the state, including cases linked to a cluster in Provincetown, Massachusetts, is urging residents to be mindful of social gatherings. The DPH said that three social occasions, including a ...

wire

A San Elizario man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of firing several gunshots at a home in far East El Paso County, officials said. Raul Torres Jr., 31, was arrested after he allegedly fired several shots Saturday from a handgun at a home in the 115000 of Valle Verde Road, city of Socorro officials said. Socorro police officers responded to a shots fired call at the home and their ...