Nets Sponsor Calls Partnership a Joke

Nets Sponsor Calls Partnership a Joke      BROOKLYN, N.Y. (CN) - The Nets reneged on a sponsorship deal with a physical-therapy company, it says in a Kings County Supreme Court lawsuit for $1 million.     Boro Park Physical Therapy calls itself a "young local professional organization" that sought to "grow its presence" by aligning with the Nets.     In October 2012 it allegedly paid the basketball team $133,000 as part of an "All Access Pass Agreement" that ...

Hold the Tuna, it May Be Filthy, DOJ Says

     (CN) - Scotty's Incorporated of Detroit prepares the ready-to-eat sandwiches it sells mainly through convenience stores in filthy conditions and without control to ensure its tuna sandwiches, in particular, are free from contamination, federal prosecutors say.     In a complaint filed in the federal court in Detroit on behalf of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Justice Department claims Scotty's, which does business as Bruce Enterp...

Widow Stumbles in Suit Over Snorkeling Tragedy

     BROOKLYN (CN) - A pair of resorts in Turks & Caicos are not liable for the death of a man hit by a speedboat while snorkeling with his son, a federal judge ruled.     Mark Wiley Lane, 44, had been staying with his wife and four children at the Veranda Hotel in the Turks & Caicos Islands in March 2012 when tragedy befell their vacation, according to a complaint filed that September.     Lisa Craig says resort ...
  November 21, 2014  

Suspect Dead In Long Beach Officer-Involved Shooting

Suspect Dead In Long Beach Officer-Involved ShootingFOX 11 Los AngelesLong Beach, CA - (CNS/FOX 11) Police responding to a call about a runaway girl Friday in Long Beach fatally shot a man inside a house. Officers were sent to the 2300 block of Eucalyptus Avenue about 8:10 a.m. "regarding an 'assist the citizen' call ...Long Beach police investigate fatal officer-involved shooting near school Long Beach Press Telegram
  November 21, 2014  

Federal Reserve Did Not Violate ADA with Firing

     RICHMOND, Va. (CN) - A former employee of the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond can't sue the bank for disability discrimination because he was terminated for insubordination and misconduct, not because he was an alcohol, a federal judge ruled.     John Vannoy, a former building manager for the Federal Reserve sued the bank in December 2013, claiming it violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by not accommodating his depression and alcoh...

Man shot twice in the face, refuses to help police

Man shot twice in the face, refuses to help police Man shot twice in the face, refuses to help policeCincinnati.comThe man has a history with Cincinnati police, officials said, and was refusing to assist in the shooting investigation as of 6 p.m.. Police did not comment on a possible motive for the shooting, although authorities did note that a bag of heroin was ...
  November 21, 2014  

Officer-involved shooting investigation underway in Bessemer

Officer-involved shooting investigation underway in BessemerAlabama's News LeaderInformation regarding the events leading up to the shooting wasn't immediately made available. ABC 33/40 will continue to follow this story and provide updates. Watch Focus@4 and the News at 5 and 6 p.m. for the latest. To watch live online, click here.
  November 21, 2014  

100 pounds of pot seized in Ramsey County drug bust

100 pounds of pot seized in Ramsey County drug PressMore than 100 pounds of marijuana are off Minnesota streets after a sizable drug bust earlier this week, authorities say. The Ramsey County sheriff's office's Violent Crime Enforcement Team working in concert with the Minnesota River Valley Drug Task ...
  November 21, 2014  

Dorothy Tucker’s son charged with her murder

Dorothy Tucker's son charged with her murderCBC.caThe son of Dorothy Tucker of Oak Haven has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with her death. Matthew Linus Tucker, 34, was charged in a brief appearance in provincial court in St. Stephen on Friday. The charge was laid the morning ...Dorothy Tucker's son charged with murder after body found CTV News
  November 21, 2014  

Vanquished in Court, Aereo Eyes Bankruptcy

     MANHATTAN (CN) - Aereo filed for bankruptcy on Thursday, less than a month after a federal judge conceded that her ruling against the digital broadcaster spelled "the end of its business."     To major networks, Aereo's online-streaming technology was a fig leaf for infringement.     Internet users would be assigned one of Aereo's numerous dime-sized antennae in its Brooklyn warehouse when logging onto the service.&n...