Stories for April 1, 2013
Officials said Monday that a clerical error allowed the man suspected of killing Colorado's prisons chief to be released from custody about four years too early, the Associated Press is reporting.
We told you in February about Aereo, a service that allows its users to watch TV over the Internet. As we said at the time, the service was attracting waves of lawsuits. On Monday, a federal appeals court ruled 2-1 that Aereo doesn't violate U.S. copyright law.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein ruled Monday on the most important question facing Stockton, Calif. -- whether it could enter into federal bankruptcy protection.
One of the stars of the MTV reality show Buckwild was found dead Monday in an SUV along with his uncle and a third, as-yet-unidentified person, the Kanawha County, W.Va., Sheriff's Office said.
It's still far too early to know whether Congress will actually be able to achieve a comprehensive overhaul to the nation's immigration laws. All that's certain at this stage is that lawmakers on both sides of the partisan divide, and in both chambers, continue to act as though they think they can.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A man was arrested in connection with the kidnapping of a 10-year-old girl who was snatched from her San Fernando Valley home in the middle of the night and abandoned hours later, police said Monday.
Stockton, Calif., is now the most populous city in the U.S. to enter bankruptcy, after a decision by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein on Monday.
University of California, San Diego will celebrate the life of Cesar Chavez with a slate of activities set for the months of April and May.
Gunfire reported near Oceanside High School prompted a brief lockdown at the campus today.
In a weekend interview, Rep. Matt Salmon, a Republican of Arizona, told a local news station that his openly gay son has not changed his position on same-sex marriage.
Two county prosecutors fatally shot in Texas. Colorado's top prison official gunned down. And a dozen more members of the U.S. justice community -- ranging from police to judges -- victims of targeted killings since the beginning of the decade.
There's a reason President Obama chose Colorado to hold a rally this Wednesday in favor of gun control.
One of the most controversial issues in the California legislature in recent years is back. Lawmakers are proposing several bills that would either ban the use of plastic bags, charge fees for single-use bags or both.
The fashion industry is sometimes criticized for unrealistic portrayals of young women. But if you're a woman older than 60, there are almost no portrayals, realistic or otherwise. Fashion may be something you have to inventmore than follow. A blog called Advanced Style focuses on women who've done just that.