Jay Reeves, Associated Press | Posted Jul 1st - 4:00pm
Targeted by protests following allegations of racial discrimination in its traditionally all-white sororities nearly three years ago, the University of Alabama said Friday it has developed a plan for increasing diversity in the Greek-letter groups in consultation with the Justice Department.
The floods that ripped through West Virginia late last week and killed 23 people also destroyed 1,500 homes, ravaged 125 businesses and caused $36 million in damage to roads, state officials estimated Friday.
Ed White, Associated Press | Posted Jul 1st - 3:11pm
A suburban Detroit judge who sent three siblings to juvenile detention during a rancorous custody case and made references to Charles Manson's cult committed several acts of judicial misconduct, according to a report released Friday.
Ken Ritter, Associated Press | Posted Jul 1st - 3:01pm
Media organizations can argue for the release of documents that federal prosecutors want to shield from public view in a criminal case involving Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's 2014 armed standoff with government agents, a judge decided Friday.
The city of Centerville has agreed to pay $127,000 to the family of a man killed by police two years ago in a settlement announced Friday that resolves a civil rights lawsuit brought by the victim's wife.