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  • Autopsy: Indiana University student died from head injuries

    A coroner said Saturday that an Indiana University student found dead in a rural area hours before she was reported missing had been fatally beaten in the head with an unknown weapon. Authorities, meanwhile, were holding a southern Indiana man on a...
  • Teen's life celebrated on anniversary of prom-day stabbing

    The life of a 16-year-old girl stabbed to death at a Connecticut school a year ago on the day of prom was celebrated Saturday by hundreds of people with a road race, fried food and live music. Wearing shirts in Maren Sanchez's favorite color of purple,...
  • Judge: No release from jail for man charged in fatal shooting of step-grandfather outside Delray home

    Judge: No release from jail for man charged in fatal shooting of step-grandfather outside Delray home
    Edna Joseph wants all three men charged in the Feb. 6 killing of her father to remain in jail before their trial. So on Friday, she was relieved to watch Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley deny bond for defendant Harut Saroyan, 18, step-...
  • Second man charged in killing of high school hoops player

    Authorities have made another arrest in the shooting death of a promising New Jersey high school basketball player. Twenty-year-old Hasmeek Coles, of Paterson, faces single counts of murder and receiving stolen property and three counts of attempted...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    Nearly 1,400 die in powerful Nepal quake that rips cities, crumbles history and shakes Everest Tens of thousands of people were spending the night in the open under a chilly and thunderous sky after a powerful earthquake devastated Nepal on Saturday,...
  • Anita Alvarez not to blame for cop exoneration

    Anita Alvarez not to blame for cop exoneration
    Don't blame Anita. I've been a frequent critic of Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez, but she's getting a bad rap from those blaming her office for the surprise, troubling acquittal last week of Chicago police Detective Dante Servin. Servin...
  • Easton triple murderer: I want a new trial in front of jury

    Serving life in prison for murdering three people in Easton, a New Jersey convict now wishes he'd taken his chances with a jury. To avoid a possible death sentence in 2011, Demar Edwards agreed to be tried instead by a Northampton County judge, who...
  • Another condemned Ala inmate claiming innocence

    Anthony Ray Hinton, who spent 28 years on Alabama's death row for two murders despite his claims of innocence, walked free earlier this month after prosecutors admitted they couldn't prove his guilt. Another inmate who maintains he was wrongly...
  • In Albuquerque, police killings divide law enforcement agencies

    In Albuquerque, police killings divide law enforcement agencies
    After a fitful few hours of sleep, Kari Brandenburg reads a note every morning on a bulletin board in her closet, written to herself: "Being a hero is enduring for one moment more." The sentiment has become a source of inspiration for Brandenburg,...
  • Widow of sheriff who was shot to death sues alleged gunman

    The widow of a West Virginia sheriff who was shot to death while he sat in his police cruiser is suing the man charged with killing him. The Charleston Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1Fm4WoV ) that Rosie Crum filed the wrongful death lawsuit against...
  • Car bombs driven by foreigners hit Iraq-Jordan border post

    Three suicide car bombs driven by foreigners targeted the remote desert border crossing between Iraq and Jordan Saturday killing at least four Iraqi soldiers, said Iraqi officials. The attack was immediately claimed by the radical Islamic State group...