Home (page 20)

Author Archives: The Associated Press

Judge upholds state voter ID law

(AP) A federal judge on Thursday upheld Virginia’s 2013 law requiring voters to show a valid photo ID at the polls. The state Democratic Party sued state elections officials, saying the photo ID requirement unconstitutionally suppresses voting by blacks, Latinos ...

Read More »

Ex-college wrestler suing after concussions

NORFOLK (AP) A former Old Dominion University wrestler has filed a lawsuit against the school, saying that despite being knocked out three times over a six-week period and exhibiting symptoms of concussions, coaches failed to refer him for medical treatment. ...

Read More »

Complex fraud scheme netted $1.4M

ALEXANDRIA (AP) A judge in Virginia has sentenced a 56-year-old Las Vegas man to five years in prison for assuming the identity of defunct businesses to obtain electronics that he then resold. Myrick Clift Beasley pleaded guilty to mail fraud ...

Read More »

Former Navy instructor walks out of hearing

QUANTICO (AP) A former Naval Academy instructor facing a possible court-martial after a newspaper uncovered new evidence related to his convictions for indecent acts with female midshipmen walked out of his own preliminary hearing Friday. Kevin McDermott, the civilian lawyer ...

Read More »