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  • Monroe County prosecutors offered Hicks deal to avoid death penalty

    The Monroe County district attorney's office considered dropping the death penalty against Charles Ray Hicks in exchange for information on murders he's suspected of committing in Texas, but he failed to provide sufficient information to seal the deal,...
  • Police still seek info on Boynton Beach murder

    Police still seek info on Boynton Beach murder
    Police in Boynton Beach are still seeking information about who killed Emmaniel Moise Tuesday. According to a press release, Moise was shot between 2 and 3 a.m. Tuesday in the 200 block of Mentone Road. Police said he was found laying face down in a...
  • Appeal in the case of Adnan Syed, subject of popular podcast 'Serial,' ongoing

    Appeal in the case of Adnan Syed, subject of popular podcast 'Serial,' ongoing
    As the true-life mystery podcast "Serial" continues to captivate millions, an appeal attempting to throw out the life sentence of the convicted murderer at the story's center is winding its way through court. The Maryland attorney general's office and...
  • East Windsor Man Pleads Guilty In Killing

    HARTFORD — An East Windsor man pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter and tampering with evidence Thursday in connection with the killing of an Enfield man last year at the Mill Pond Village apartments. Michael T. Thompson, 24, pleaded guilty...
  • Protesters firebomb police, try to shut airport in Mexico City

    MEXICO CITY Riot police blocked hundreds of hooded demonstrators Thursday from shutting down the Mexico City international airport at the start of a national day of protest that began with firebomb attacks and rock-throwing clashes. Organizers picked a...
  • Accused Aryan Brotherhood prison gang members indicted in Mississippi

    Accused Aryan Brotherhood prison gang members indicted in Mississippi
    Fourteen alleged members of a white-supremacist prison gang have been indicted on federal racketeering charges in Mississippi, prosecutors said on Thursday, a week after similar charges against 11 alleged participants in an Oklahoma gang were unsealed....
  • Man convicted of killing two USC students gets life in prison

    Man convicted of killing two USC students gets life in prison
    Anger and sorrow flooded Wanzhi Qu's life two years ago after his son's killing. The feelings haven't gone away, and he doubts they ever will. But he thinks maybe an apology from one of the men convicted of the murder would help. In a downtown Los...
  • USC double murder: 22-year-old gets life in prison

    USC double murder: 22-year-old gets life in prison
    Calling the case one of the saddest he had ever presided over, a Los Angeles judge on Monday sentenced a man convicted of killing two USC students from China to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Superior Court Judge Stephen A. Marcus...
  • Deltona woman dismembered neighbor, cooked remains, records show

    Deltona woman dismembered neighbor, cooked remains, records show
    Angela Stoldt told officials she took a hacksaw to her neighbor's body last year and tried to cook away evidence of James Sheaffer. One leg went in the oven. Other parts went into pots. Stoldt's house in Deltona smelled of burning flesh, but she...
  • Searching for 'the disappeared' in Juarez, Mexico

    CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico An elderly store owner quietly details how he was kidnapped in 2009 and again in 2012, with his family making nearly $100,000 in ransom payments. At the Juarez nonprofit Women's Roundtable, staffers aid dozens of mothers who are...
  • South Korean ferry operator gets 10 years in prison

    The chief executive of the company that operated a South Korean ferry that sank in April, killing more than 300 people, was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison.  Cheonghaejin Marine Chief Executive Kim Han-sik was found guilty of professional...