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Robinson faces up to four years in prison at sentencing scheduled for July 1, but the judge said Robinson's lawyer could ask for a shorter term.
Prosecutors say the boy's parents are not happy with the plea but have agreed to go along with it to spare their son from testifying.
County detectives were continuing to investigate a domestic dispute that ended with a shooting that killed on person and wounded another at a home in eastern Pennsylvania.
The Chester County coroner's office on Wednesday says the dead victim's name was still not being released.
The district attorney's detectives were continuing to investigate the shooting in Schuylkill (SKOOL'-kil) Township, about 25 miles northwest of Philadelphia.
Wednesday was the deadline set by city leaders to have the so-called Tent City shut down and residents moved to shelters or other housing.
Social workers and volunteers spent several weeks assisting the last of the homeless people, living under an Interstate 45 bridge, to relocate.
Kate Spade posts 1Q profit, sees strong online sales
NEW YORK (AP) — Kate Spade moved to a profit in its first quarter, helped by strong online sales and solid demand in North America.
Earnings, adjusted for pretax gains and to account for discontinued operations, came to 5 cents per share.
The educators stopped short of calling their action a strike, instead saying they called the sick-out in response to an announcement that the district wouldn't be able to pay teachers who deferred part of their salaries to get checks during the summer months.
Many Detroit parents seeking out better educational opportunities for their children have turned to charter schools and close-by suburban districts.
The union was told over the weekend by state-appointed transition manager Steven Rhodes that there would be no money after June 30 to pay teachers who have chosen to have their paychecks spread out over the entire year.
Teachers returned to classrooms on Wednesday after they received assurances from Detroit Public Schools' transitional manager Judge Steven Rhodes that they will be fully paid for the school year.
The state approved $47.8 million in emergency money in March to keep the school district operating, but that amount only pays the bills through June 30.
A House committee on Tuesday approved a $500 million plan to restructure Detroit's ailing school district by paying off enormous operating debt and creating a new district.
Global stock markets fell Wednesday as investors worried about global growth in the run-up to a series of U. S. indicators that will provide further insights into the state of the world's largest economy.
Investors will be watching the report by private payrolls operator ADP for hints on the strength of the U.