Wright, an Indianapolis man authorities called the ringleader, received the toughest sentence, 111/2 years. Baxter, of Lakewood, outside Cleveland, was given nearly 10 years. Stevens, of Berea, was sentenced to more than eight years.
The men targeted a bridge over Cuyahoga Valley National Park. - AP
N.Y. man guilty of server breach
NEWARK, N.J. - A New York man has been convicted of illegally gaining access to AT&T's servers and stealing more than 120,000 e-mail addresses of iPad users including film mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Andrew Auernheimer had been on trial in federal court in Newark. He was arrested last year and charged with identity theft and conspiracy to gain unauthorized access to computers. Each count carries a maximum prison sentence of five years.
Prosecutors say he was part of an online group that tricked AT&T's website into divulging e-mail addresses including those of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The group then shared the addresses with the website Gawker.
A San Francisco man pleaded guilty last year. - AP
Girl, 13, slain on school bus
MIAMI - A 13-year-old girl was shot to death in front of her sister and several other students while riding the bus to a charter school Tuesday, Miami-Dade police said.
A male student was in custody, but authorities did not release his name or age and said they were still interviewing him. A gun was recovered at the scene in Homestead, south of Miami. Authorities didn't say where or how many times the victim was shot.
"We still don't know what the motive may have been," said Detective Alvaro Zabaleta.
Eight other children, including the victim's 7-year-old sister, were on the bus but were not shot. - AP
The chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts is stepping down after three years as planned. Rocco Landesman, a producer known for bringing such hits as Angels in America and The Producers to Broadway, will be succeeded by senior deputy chair Joan Shigekawa until a permanent successor is confirmed.