Comic-Con: The Schedule for Friday, July 25 The San Diego Comic-Con has posted the schedule for Friday, July 25. You can view the full schedule here and below are the panels and events that we'll be looking forward to. Stay tuned to ComingSoon.net's Comic-Con section for all the latest updates! Which panels/events are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments below. 07/11/2014 - 2:06 pm | View Link
Jury awards $128.6M to failed solar town developer (AP) — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers ... city who claimed the land sellers broke a contract when they sold the parcels and water rights to someone else. The Fresno Bee reported the verdict against McCarthy Family Farms and ... 04/1/2014 - 9:55 am | View Link
Jury awards $128.6M to failed solar town developer (AP) — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers of a proposed solar-powered city who claimed the land sellers broke ... Obi3AY ) the verdict against McCarthy Family Farms and San Francisco Bay Area developer John Vidovich and ... 04/1/2014 - 6:38 am | View Link
Jury awards $128.6M to failed solar town developer (AP) — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers of a proposed solar-powered city who claimed the ... against McCarthy Family Farms and San Francisco Bay Area developer John Vidovich and Sandridge Partners. The plaintiffs, Kings ... 04/1/2014 - 6:26 am | View Link
Kings County jury awards $128.6 million damages to Hanford developers The project's developers ... the $73 million sale of thousands of acre-feet of State Water Project water from the Dudley Ridge Water District, south of Kettleman City in Kings County, to the Mojave Water Agency, which serves several cities in San ... 03/31/2014 - 11:14 pm | View Link
Jury awards developers $6 million against City of San Jose A Santa Clara County jury has awarded prominent Silicon Valley developer Carl Berg $6.08 million in a breach of contract dispute against the City of San Jose for its failure to enact a timely planning process that would allow up to 5,200 homes to be built ... 12/6/2012 - 5:12 am | View Link
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A Texas jury on Wednesday found a father not guilty of shooting dead a suspected drunk driver who hit and killed his two sons while they pushed a truck down a country road late at night.
David Barajas, 32, had been charged with murdering Jose Banda, 20, in December 2012, after he plowed into Barajas’ sons David Jr., 12, and Caleb, 11, in a small town south of Houston after a night of drinking.
Samuel Cammack, Barajas’ attorney, told jurors there was no evidence linking his client to the crime and said the father did not leave his dying children by the side of a road to hunt down Banda.
Banda was found dead in his car at the accident scene.
A chronically low-performing outpost of the federal JobCorps program — highlighted in a Washington Post story earlier this year — has now been marked for closure by the Department of Labor. In a notice published Wednesday, the department said it intended to close the Treasure Lake Job Corps center in Indiahoma, Okla.
On Sunday, the Washington Post published an expose revealing that private companies are peddling surveillance systems to foreign governments that track the location of cell phone users in the US and abroad. The report raised a basic question: How can this be happening when cell phone companies generally promise not to disclose their customers' location information without their consent?
At the new Planned Parenthood clinic in Dallas earlier this month, exam rooms were stocked, desks, chairs, and computers were installed, even a few phones had started to ring. Construction workers came in and out, and the waiting room stood empty, save for a corner stack of moving boxes.
"We're just waiting for furniture," said Kelly Hart, senior director of government relations for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, while giving a tour of the clinic, which opened to patients two weeks ago.
This facility, a pre-existing ambulatory surgical center that Planned Parenthood purchased and refurbished, will cost the organization $6.1 million.
NBCNews.comBegich, Sullivan face off for first time at Senate race debateFairbanks Daily News-MinerANCHORAGE — Alaska's top Senate candidates, Mark Begich and Dan Sullivan, faced off for a spirited debate Wednesday at the University of Alaska Anchorage's Wendy Williamson Auditorium before a crowd of hundreds. It was the first time Begich, the