Sussex, England - The police in Sussex, England posted pictures of a bank robber who botched a heist due to bad penmanship, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. They also posted the illegible note he handed to the bank tellers, none of whom could make out what he had written. 

Chicag, Illinois - Trading cards of certain sport stars can fetch millions of dollars at auction. For example, an extremely rare 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card sold for $5.2 million dollars earlier this year, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens. 

Washington, DC - The National Institutes of Health is awarding seven projects a total of $18.15 million over five years to a new effort focused on interoception—the ways in which organisms sense and regulate signals within their bodies. Interoception is not well understood and is a new area of research focus for NIH. This coordinated effort, which involves multiple NIH Institutes and Centers, will address critical knowledge gaps and challenges in understanding interoception that are not tackled by other major NIH research initiatives.

Los Angeles, California - A former executive at a Hawthorne-based company was found guilty by a federal jury Thursday of criminal charges that he traded in options contracts using inside information and illegally purchased shares of a company his employer had targeted for acquisition.

Washington, DC - People with an inherited condition known as neurofibromatosis type 1, or NF1, often develop non-cancerous, or benign, tumors that grow along nerves. These tumors can sometimes turn into aggressive cancers, but there hasn’t been a good way to determine whether this transformation to cancer has happened.

Fresno, California - A federal grand jury returned a nine-count indictment Thursday against optometrist Carole Sachs, O.D., 76, of Delhi, charging her with health care fraud, Acting U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced.