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Federal judge considers felons' voting rights


Former Holmes County Clerk of Court pleads not guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges


Crestview man indicted on murder charge


Murdered FSU professor’s ex-wife takes the stand


Bay County jury convicts man of raping unconscious woman


Bay County jury finds man guilty of selling heroin


Woman found guilty of aggravated battery with deadly weapon


Jury selection begins for Markel murder trial


One last court appearance for suspects charged with FSU professor’s murder before trial


Attorney General still negotiating Florida’s take of Purdue settlement


Lawsuit aims to end juvenile solitary confinement in Florida


Walton County man sentenced to prison time in connection with 2018 death


Florida Supreme Court hears case of proposed energy amendment


Local man sentenced to 25 years for manslaughter


Feds take over marijuana prosecutions amid hemp legalization


Bay County man faces life in prison for attempted murder


Panama City man found guilty of sexual battery


Man sentenced to 30 years in Springfield stabbing


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Mob lynching of 4 blacks in 1946 sparks fight on grand jury secrecy

The young black sharecroppers were being driven along a rural road when they were stopped by a white mob beside the Apalachee River, just over 50 miles east of Atlanta.

Boys' club no more: New Central Park statue will celebrate 3 women

The statue of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth will be dedicated in August and help mark 100 years of women's right to vote.

Mom who sought gifts for 'Make-a-wish' daughter charged with girl's murder

The mother had sought donations for the "bucket list" of the girl who she said was dying of a terminal illness.

Judge: Report shows suspect in deadly Maryland newspaper shooting is legally sane

Jarrod Ramos, 39, has pleaded not guilty and not criminally responsible, which is the state's version of an insanity defense.

Four more parents plead guilty in college admissions cheating scheme

Martin Fox, the former president of a private Texas tennis academy, also agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering, prosecutors said.