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  • Father booked into S.C. jail for murder charges; 5 children identified

    A South Carolina father is suspected of killing his five small children about one week before they were reported missing. Timothy Ray Jones, 32, was arrested Saturday in Mississippi and has been booked into a jail in Lexington County, S.C., on suspicion...
  • Special Report: China turns up heat on ex-security chief with crash probe

    By Benjamin Kang Lim, Charlie Zhu and David Lague BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Little is known about the exact circumstances in which Wang Shuhua was killed. What has been reported, in the Chinese media, is that she died in a road accident sometime...
  • Acquittal of Oscar Pistorius on murder charges stuns many S. Africans

    Acquittal of Oscar Pistorius on murder charges stuns many S. Africans
    Evasive, negligent, unreasonable, hasty and at times a dishonest witness. Oscar Pistorius is all those things, but he is not a murderer, Judge Thokozile Masipa ruled Thursday. Pistorius crumpled, sobbing, his shoulders shaking uncontrollably after...
  • Judge urges settlement in lawsuit over 1990 Newport News murder case

    Judge urges settlement in lawsuit over 1990 Newport News murder case
    NORFOLK — The federal judge overseeing the case brought by a man who spent 23 years in prison before being released last year told the two sides to attempt to reach a settlement in the next month rather than take the case to trial. U.S. District...
  • Mistrial Declared In Murder Case Against Alleged Hartford Gang Leader

    Mistrial Declared In Murder Case Against Alleged Hartford Gang Leader
    HARTFORD — A judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the murder case against Donald Raynor, an alleged city gang leader, when the jury could not reach a unanimous verdict. Raynor, wearing a dark blue suit, smiled at his attorneys as judge Edward J....
  • Hebron Teen Who Drove Drunk, Killing RHAM Classmate, Pleads Guilty

    Hebron Teen Who Drove Drunk, Killing RHAM Classmate, Pleads Guilty
    VERNON — A teenager who crashed while driving drunk, killing a fellow RHAM High School student last year, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Friday and faces up to seven years in prison. Connor McKee, 18, pleaded guilty to a single count of second-...
  • Police: Allentown man driving high at time of fatal crash

    An Allentown man was under the influence of methadone and opiates when his truck hit and killed another man who was standing outside his car on Route 22 in South Whitehall Township, authorities say. Brian Jeffrey Creazzo, 40, of the 900 block of Congress...
  • Testimony In Hartford Murder Trial Ends; Jury Deliberations Begin Friday

    HARTFORD — Testimony ended Thursday in the murder trial of Donald Raynor, an alleged city gang leader, after his defense attorneys rested their case without calling any witnesses. Raynor, 27, is facing charges of murder, conspiracy and criminal use...
  • Renowned youth golf instructor admits to child molestations, murder solicitations

    PLEASANTON, Calif. A nationally renowned youth golf instructor on Thursday admitted to molesting underage students and then trying to hire a hit man to silence his victims after his arrest. Andrew Nisbet, 32, of Livermore, Calif., pleaded guilty in a...
  • Oscar Pistorius found guilty of culpable homicide, receives bail extension

    Oscar Pistorius found guilty of culpable homicide, receives bail extension
    Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide on Friday, escaping the more serious charge of murder for the killing of his girlfriend, and will now battle to avoid going to prison. The 27-year-old double amputee,...
  • Death Row Inmates' Expert Witness Bills State For $3.5 Million; Is Paid Half

    Death Row Inmates' Expert Witness Bills State For $3.5 Million; Is Paid Half
    Many legal twists arose in the long-running lawsuit by death row inmates who claimed Connecticut's death penalty is racially biased, but maybe the biggest twist was financial: After the five inmates lost the case, their expert witness billed the state for...