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  • Five things for Wednesday, September 10

    Five things for Wednesday, September 10
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: PETA ad rejected at airport; couple tries to escape police cruiser; giant African snails; and more. 1. The Orlando airport has denied PETA's request to place an advertise attacking SeaWorld's use...
  • Missouri executes murderer after appeal over lethal drugs fails

    Missouri executes murderer after appeal over lethal drugs fails
    Missouri executed a convicted murderer on Wednesday after a court turned down his attorney's appeal based on a report that officials had lied over the drugs used in lethal injections. Earl Ringo Jr., who killed two people at a restaurant in 1998, was...
  • Missouri executes man after appeal over lethal drugs fails

    (Reuters) - Missouri executed a convicted murderer on Wednesday after a court turned down his attorney's appeal based on a report that officials had lied over the drugs used in lethal injections. Earl Ringo Jr., who killed two people at a restaurant in...
  • Man pleads not guilty to killing girlfriend with heroin overdose

    A 36-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to charges he killed his girlfriend with a fatal injection of heroin while she was being treated for an infection at a Pomona hospital. Steven Crow was charged Monday with one count each of murder and offering to...
  • More arrests may be coming after remains of Holly Bobo found

    More arrests may be coming after remains of Holly Bobo found
    More arrests could be forthcoming in the murder of Holly Bobo, a 20-year-old nursing student who disappeared in 2011 and whose remains were discovered by two hunters in rural Tennessee over the weekend, authorities said. Decatur County District Atty....
  • Five missing S.C. children found dead in Alabama; father suspected

    Five missing S.C. children found dead in Alabama; father suspected
    The bodies of five children who disappeared from a South Carolina town were discovered in Alabama late Tuesday afternoon, and their father is suspected in the grisly slayings, a law enforcement official told the Los Angeles Times. Butler County...
  • Man, 35, killed in domestic dispute, Lauderdale police say

    Man, 35, killed in domestic dispute, Lauderdale police say
    A man is accused of killing his former domestic partner and keeping the body in his bloodied bedroom, police said. Friends of Otis Blue, 35, became concerned for his well-being and reported him missing to Fort Lauderdale police on Wednesday. Authorities...
  • Married beating victims in Kansas City attack die

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Last week's vicious attacks in a south Kansas City cul-de-sac have taken the lives of two more victims, making it the city's worst multiple killing case in perhaps 15 years. The family of Ann Taylor, 86, and her 80-year-old husband,...
  • Wheeling man cleared of murder in gang shooting

    Wheeling man cleared of murder in gang shooting
    Citing a lack of evidence, a Cook County judge today foundĀ a Wheeling man not guilty of murder in the death of a man who got caught in a gang-incited shooting last year. Judge Thomas Fecarotta Jr. saidĀ prosecutors failed to show beyond a reasonable...
  • Panel recommends Blankenship be released to assisted living center

    For the first time in nearly 24 years a forensic review panel is recommending that a woman who was found not guilty by reason of insanity in a 1990 murder trial be released to an assisted living facility in Newport News. In 1990, Florence Blankenship...
  • Jose Padilla sentenced to 21 years in terrorism case

    Jose Padilla sentenced to 21 years in terrorism case
    Jose Padilla, the Broward County man convicted of terrorism conspiracy and support charges, was re-sentenced Tuesday to 21 years in prison -- nearly four more years than his original punishment. Prosecutors had recommended a prison term of 30 years...