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Former hospital CEO sentenced to prison for fraud charges


Florida Supreme Court makeover underway


Denise Williams found guilty of murder 18 years later


"Sex, lies, and deceit:" Denise Williams murder trial begins


UPDATE: Court information for the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit


Greg Wilson receives felony charges


Area county courts resumed operations Monday


Area county courts to resume operations Monday


Former charter school owner convicted of three felonies


Florida Panhandle murderer to stay on death row


New Veterans' Court seeks to help veterans in Bay County


Man found guilty of killing Arnold High School student last year


Wausau man found guilty, sentenced for lewd and lascivious battery


Demarcus Giddens' trial begins


Trial for man accused of murdering local teen underway


Crestview man sentenced for shooting


Man pleads no contest in shooting death of local high schooler


Okaloosa County murderer to stay on death row


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Black workers at GM plant where nooses were found allege ongoing harassment

"I left because it got to a point where I didn’t want to deal with the racial tension and toxic environment anymore," one former worker told NBC News.

Les Moonves is going to arbitration to fight for $120M payout from CBS

The entertainment mogul left the network last year under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations.

Jury awards dishwasher $21 million after boss scheduled her to work Sundays

A jury has awarded Marie Jean Pierre $21.5 million, finding that her boss violated the devout Christian’s religious rights by repeatedly scheduling her to work on Sundays and ultimately firing her.

U.S. military using ‘role players’ for military training exercises

The village of Eugen looks like it’s somewhere in the Middle East, complete with homes, marketplaces, and mosques. But looks can be deceiving. “Eugen” is actually inside California’s Fort Irwin, home to the military’s largest, artificially-constructed town used to train U.S. troops.

25 years after Northridge Quake, is California better prepared?

On this day in 1994, a 6.7 earthquake killed nearly 60 people and destroyed tens of thousands of buildings, resulting in billions of dollars in damage. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer looks into whether the city is ready for another major quake.