Updated: 5:13 PM A federal agency says it has the legal authority to give Georgia more water from a disputed reservoir, though it has not made a final decision on how much to release.
Posted: 8:56 AM Two Correctional Officers at the Federal Correctional Institution in Marianna, Florida (“FCI-Marianna”) – Steven M. Smith, 28, and Mary S. Summers, 30, both of Marianna – have been charged in separate indictments with corruption-related offenses.
Updated: 10:28 AM The ASPCA, in conjunction with the Jacksonville Humane Society, is gearing up to host a large-scale adoption event on August 11 & 12 to help find permanent homes for the hundreds of cats rescued from Caboodle Ranch in February 2012.
Updated: 11:17 PM Moses Hall IV was appeared before a judge this morning and is being held without bond.
Updated: 9:29 AM Adopted Child of Penn State Coach Sandusky Reports Abuse.
Updated: 4:07 PM Angelo Hardison has been found guilty of second degree murder in the shooting death of Johnny Banks.
Posted: 7:47 AM Willie Coachman was convicted after being arrested for tax fraud. Eight others pled guilty and will be sentenced June 20.
Updated: 10:08 AM A judge has set an October trial date for 11 people charged with felony hazing in the death of a Florida A&M drum major.
Updated: 9:49 PM Prosecutors in the second-degree murder case against George Zimmerman filed their list of witnesses and evidence in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin at the Seminole County clerk's office.
Updated: 8:31 PM A South Florida teenager who was doused with alcohol and set ablaze by middle school classmates testified that he thought he was going to die and feared the attack's alleged ringleader.
Updated: 11:18 PM Charles Keith Sumner, 56, of Thomasville, Georgia, was convicted of using the internet to attempt to entice a minor to engage in illicit sexual activity.
Posted: 4:20 PM Two former Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission employees have been sentenced to 10 years in prison for racketeering.
Posted: 8:53 PM Yanco Peterson was sentenced in a Gadsden County courtroom on May 18. He was found guilty on six of the 24 counts of animal cruelty charges against him. The judge sentenced him to five years in prison, and was given credit for the 689 days he's already served.
Updated: 8:45 AM Sentences have been imposed upon the following defendants in a federal environmental crimes prosecution
Posted: 11:01 AM The state Supreme Court should determine whether a 70-year sentence for a 14-year-old essentially amounts to life in prison, and therefore should be barred, a lower court said.
Posted: 7:57 AM Former corrections officer sentenced to state prison time for drug buy
Updated: 7:26 PM The Midway city manager has been found guilty of felony and misdemeanor charges.