ANDERSON IN CONTEMPT
Barry Bonds' former trainer Greg Anderson (left) arrives at Federal Court in San Francisco with attorney Mark Geragos on August 28, 2006. Anderson was sent back to prison for contempt of court, again refusing to testify at the Grand Jury investing steroid use in baseball. (UPI Photo/Stephen Dorian Miner)
Federal appellate judges in San Francisco Wednesday challenged a prosecutor's assertion ex-big league slugger Barry Bonds misled the BALCO grand jury.
A $117 million lawsuit involving a helicopter crash in California that killed nine firefighters was sent to a jury for deliberation Thursday.
The federal jury deliberating Barry Bonds' fate in San Francisco wrapped up its second day of deliberation Monday without reaching a verdict.
A U.S. prosecutor told jurors in closing arguments Thursday baseball slugger Barry Bonds had "every opportunity" to tell the truth about steroids use, but lied.
Barry Bonds's personal trainer refused to testify against him Tuesday in the home run king's federal doping scandal perjury trial in San Francisco.
Barry Bonds' trainer is still refusing to testify in his former client's steroid case despite the threat of jail.
Federal prosecutors have obtained a new slimmed-down indictment against former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds.
A federal judge tossed much of the evidence prosecutors said would show that baseball star Barry Bonds lied about knowingly using steroids.
A home in Redwood City, Calif., owned by the mother-in-law of Greg Anderson, the weight trainer for former slugger Barry Bonds, has been raided, officials say.
U.S. authorities are looking at two people in an effort to pressure Greg Anderson to testify against former slugger Barry Bonds, The New York Times reported.