Bombing suspects' trial won't be moved
A federal judge has ruled there is insufficient reason to move the trial of five men charged with plotting to bomb a bridge over the Cuayhoga Valley National Park. The judge delayed issuing a final ruling Monday, saying it's possible evidence of bias will emerge during jury selection. The suspects have pleaded not guilty and are to be tried in September. They allegedly were working with an FBI informant who provided a what turned out to be a dud explosive.