Chicago TV judge to hear case of 5-legged puppy that was saved from Coney Island animal show

Chicago TV judge to hear 5-legged puppy case

CHICAGO — The case of a puppy that used to have five legs and was saved from a Coney Island animal show is going before a court TV judge in Chicago.

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Former Madoff CFO DiPascali pleads guilty to conspiracy, other charges in NYC

Ex-Madoff CFO pleads guilty in court in NYC

NEW YORK — After months of secretly working with the FBI, Bernard Madoff’s right-hand man emerged in federal court on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to conspiracy and other charges, contradicting claims by the disgraced financier that he acted alone.

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Experts: Husband in NY wrong-way crash trying to repair wife’s reputation before legal battles

Charges unlikely for husband in NY wrong-way crash

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. —There isn’t much chance the husband of Diane Schuler could face criminal charges for the fiery crash she caused while driving the wrong way on a highway, killing herself and seven others, attorneys agree.

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NYC prosecutors: Chief financial exec for Madoff faces criminal charges; filing suggests plea

Possible NY plea by Madoff’s financial officer

NEW YORK — Federal prosecutors notified a court on Friday that they intend to bring unspecified criminal charges against the longtime chief financial officer for disgraced financier Bernard Madoff.

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LaGuardia bomb scare suspect faces charges of placing false bomb, making terrorist threat

Airport suspect faces charge of placing false bomb

NEW YORK — The man accused of causing a security scare that shut down LaGuardia Airport has been indicted by a grand jury.

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NYC prosecutors accuse Michael Douglas’ son Cameron of dealing large amounts of meth

NYC prosecutors: Michael Douglas’ son dealt meth

NEW YORK — Michael Douglas’ son traveled coast to coast dealing large quantities of methamphetamine before his arrest last month, according to a criminal complaint made public Thursday.

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LaGuardia bomb scare suspect had been freed by NYC judge 7 weeks earlier

LaGuardia suspect had been freed by NY judge

NEW YORK — The man accused of causing a security scare that shut down LaGuardia Airport was freed seven weeks earlier by a New York City judge who ordered him to get a psychiatric exam.

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Giants linebacker says he acted reasonably, responsibly and instinctively in helping Burress

Pierce: No regrets over actions in Burress case

ALBANY, N.Y. — Seeing a bloody Plaxico Burress with a bullet wound in his leg in a Manhattan nightclub last November, New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce reacted instinctively.

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Attorney says Pierce testimony made difference with grand jury; NFL says no suspension coming

Attorney: Pierce’s testimony key with grand jury

ALBANY, N.Y. — Antonio Pierce’s attorney said Monday that he believes the New York Giants linebacker would have been indicted for his role in the Plaxico Burress shooting incident had Pierce not testified before a Manhattan grand jury investigating the matter.

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NYC grand jury indicts ex-NY Giant Burress on weapons charge; LB Antonio Pierce not indicted

NYC grand jury indicts Burress on weapons charges

NEW YORK — Former New York Giants star Plaxico Burress was indicted by a grand jury on weapons charges for shooting himself in the thigh at a Manhattan nightclub and faces a minimum prison sentence of 3 1/2 years if convicted, prosecutors announced Monday.

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