Michigan AG seeks special prosecutor for election probe into GOP AG candidate, others

The office of the state’s chief prosecutor is ready for an outside attorney to consider bringing criminal charges against key Michigan Republican officials in connection with a sweeping investigation tied to efforts to undermine the 2020 presidential election. The office of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, a Democrat, is seeking the appointment of a special … Read more

What we know about the 16 cases

Louisville’s first fatal shooting of 2022 had happened by dinner time on Jan. 1, with 16 homicides reported by Louisville Metro Police over the course of the month. All of the people killed died in shootings, with the deaths of two pregnant women each counted as double homicides. In two cases, LMPD officials have indicated … Read more

9 wounded in front of Over-the-Rhine bar

Nine people were wounded when a shooting exploded in a crowd in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine early Sunday morning, police said. Police have not made any arrests, but said they are searching for “at least two” people who fired weapons during the incident. All of the people who were shot were treated and released from the University … Read more

Senate Democrats battle to pass $430 billion climate, drug bill

WASHINGTON, Aug 6 (Reuters) – The US Senate on Saturday began debating a Democratic bill to address key elements of President Joe Biden’s agenda – tackling climate change, lowering the costs of medication for the elderly and energy, while forcing corporations and the wealthy to pay more taxes. The debate began after the Senate voted … Read more

Jordan Norton receives sentencing on two charges

Aug. 6—GOSHEN — A controversial case began the first steps at closing as Jordan Norton, 31, was sentenced Thursday for two of the three charges that resulted in the death of David Artley Aug. 23, 2020. Norton appeared in court for sentencing following his June 4 trial. He was found guilty of battery with a … Read more