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A former Ohio high school basketball coach who pleaded guilty to videotaping boys in a locker room shower for years has been sentenced to 15 years in prison — and must give $5,000 to the Connecticut community where a gunman killed 27 people.
A former nurse who helped persuade two people he met online to kill themselves was sentenced Wednesday to nearly a year in jail, a punishment tailored to force him to return to jail each year for a decade to spend the anniversaries of his victims' deaths behind bars.
The Postal Service dedicated a stamp Wednesday to mark the 50th anniversary of Alan Shepard's suborbital flight, Freedom 7. The ceremony took place at Kennedy Space Center on the eve of the anniversary of the first manned American space mission.
The Police Commission said Tuesday a police officer was justified in killing a Guatemalan immigrant last year — a shooting that sparked days of protest in the Hispanic community.
The Baltimore City Council passed a Cyclists' Bill of Rights on Monday night, a nonbinding resolution expressing support for improving conditions in the city for cycling.