Submarine Arsonist Receives Sentence Friday 

Federal prosecutors want a former Portsmouth Naval Shipyard worker who pleaded guilty to setting fire to a nuclear submarine to be given the maximum sentence for the crime.Casey Fury struck a deal with prosecutors and admitted last year to setting the fire that caused more than $400 million in damage to the USS Miami. 19-and-a-half years is the maximum jail time he can get. He’ll be sentenced Friday.