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  • Former Poconos minister, convicted of killing wives, loses appeal

    Serving two life sentences for his wives' deaths, a former Monroe County pastor Arthur Schirmer has been denied in his Superior Court appeal of the jury conviction in his second wife's death. A jury in 2013 convicted the former Reeders United...
  • High-profile murder, corruption trials kick off 2015 in Lake County courts

    High-profile murder, corruption trials kick off 2015 in Lake County courts
    Several high-profile criminal cases that stalled in the Lake County court system in 2014 are expected to go to trial during the first several weeks of the new year. From a former police chief charged with theft to a babysitter charged with murder, the...
  • Cruise ship worker's attack left passenger with devastating injuries

    Cruise ship worker's attack left passenger with devastating injuries
    A cruise ship worker who sexually assaulted and tried to kill a sleeping passenger after hiding in her stateroom may face a tougher punishment because his crimes were so extreme and had a devastating effect on the victim. The Valentine's Day attack,...
  • Crime and lawsuits cloud new 'American Sniper' movie

    The real-life story behindHollywood's "American Sniper," rolled out this holiday season,has been a dark tale of lawsuits and a pending murder trial forthe man accused of gunning down the movie's hero. Iraq War veteran Eddie Ray Routh is to stand trial...
  • Newport News couple to stand trial in January in child's homicide

    Newport News couple to stand trial in January in child's homicide
    A Newport News couple is slated to stand trial early next year in the death of their 7-year-old adopted daughter. Terri Dennis, 32, and Pamela Dennis, 41, are charged in the April 2013 homicide of Terrilynn Destiny Dennis. Both are charged with murder...
  • Jury convicts woman of stealing, killing cancer-stricken neighbor's dog

    An Allegheny County woman is guilty of stealing her cancer-stricken neighbor's dog on Thanksgiving in 2013 and summoning a veterinarian to euthanize it in an attempted coverup, a jury determined Friday. Police accused Gisele Paris, 58, of Spring Hill, of...
  • New Yorkers salute slain police officer as thousands attend wake

    New Yorkers salute slain police officer as thousands attend wake
    They came by the thousands, in uniform and in civilian clothes, leading children, dogs and friends, or simply standing alone for what was sure to be a very long wait. But the prospect of standing for hours to enter the church fazed no one who came to pay...
  • Top region stories of 2014

    Top region stories of 2014
    Anne Arundel Schuh and Neuman primary battle was bitter, expensive In a political year that had its share of statewide surprises, the county executive race between appointed incumbent Laura Neuman and state Del. Steve Schuh dominated headlines,...
  • Wreath laid in L.A. to honor slain New York City police officers

    Wreath laid in L.A. to honor slain New York City police officers
    Los Angeles police made common cause with their brethren in New York on Wednesday, honoring two New York City officers slain this week as well as three of their own who recently died in the line of duty. “We stand in solidarity with our brothers...
  • Blame Michael Brown, not police

    Blame Michael Brown, not police
    Could it be that the tragic killing of two policemen in New York City in addition to the shooting of a Baltimore police officer last week could have been prevented had the evidence on which the grand jury decisions were made been better publicized ("...
  • Media put police at risk

    Media put police at risk
    In light of the execution of New York City Police Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos by a gunman with a Baltimore connection, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake might want to reconsider her response to Commissioner Anthony Batts' statement following the...