As a black man, Daniel Graham understands the significance of graduating from the United States Military Academy.
A deep-seated drive to get a doctorate in education burned in Elaine G. Phillips for decades.
A state inmate convicted for the murder of his cellmate wanted to waive trial and take a death sentence. Both requests have now been granted.
Army gear, antiques, gold and cold, hard cash — Kyle Green has scored some decent hauls from storage unit auctions, but hard drugs and a suspicious liquid were more than he bargained for.
Three teenagers are being represented by separate law firms in the aftermath of a late May wreck troopers blamed on an 85-year-old county employee driving a work vehicle.