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  • Baltimore reaches 100 homicides for year with overnight shootings

    Baltimore reaches 100 homicides for year with overnight shootings
    One hundred people have been killed in Baltimore this year, a grim milestone that has come faster than in previous years. The city could be headed for its most violent year this decade. The pace of killing is faster than last year, when 71 people were...
  • Aurora police investigation continues into West Side killing

    Aurora police investigation continues into West Side killing
    Aurora police are looking for information concerning the shooting death of a 24-year-old Aurora man late Thursday night at an apartment complex on the city's West Side. Police responded to a report of gunfire around 11:40 p.m. and found Davarius D....
  • Naperville ranked as America's safest city

    Naperville ranked as America's safest city
    It's safe to say Naperville is a great place to live and work, according to a recent ranking released by a web site, Niche.com. In the site's 2015 Best Places to Live rankings, Naperville earned the No. 1 spot and title of "Safest City in America."...
  • Aaron Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty In Witness Intimidation Case

    Aaron Hernandez Pleads Not Guilty In Witness Intimidation Case
    BOSTON — Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, in his first court appearance since his April murder conviction, pleaded not guilty Thursday to witness intimidation in the shooting of his onetime friend Alexander Bradley. Suffolk...
  • Six Baltimore Police officers indicted in death of Freddie Gray

    Six Baltimore Police officers indicted in death of Freddie Gray
    A Baltimore grand jury returned indictments against the six officers charged earlier this month in the in-custody death of Freddie Gray, State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby announced Thursday. Prosecutors presented evidence to the grand jury over the...
  • Revised charges against Baltimore officers raise questions about case

    Revised charges against Baltimore officers raise questions about case
    Subtle changes made in the criminal charges against six Baltimore police officers could reflect weaknesses in the hurriedly filed case arising from the death of Freddie Gray, legal experts say. A grand jury on Thursday presented its indictment against...
  • Man testifies in own defense in murder-for-hire case

    A central Pennsylvania man accused of trying to hire someone to kill a male acquaintance of his wife says in his defense that he didn't want to kill anyone he just wanted the man beaten up. Gregory Allen Hess, 47, of Seven Valleys testified Friday in his...
  • Suspect in woman's stabbing death tells deputies he was in robotic mode

    Suspect in woman's stabbing death tells deputies he was in robotic mode
    John Chapman and the mother of his child were inside a Ford pickup when he decided to kill her, a sheriff's report says. He snapped into a robotic mode, started stabbing her multiple times, then drove toward a ditch near a desolate West Delray road to...
  • Islamic State loyalists claim Saudi mosque attack that killed 21

    A suicide bomber unleashed a blast in a Shiite mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia as worshippers commemorated the birth of a revered saint, killing at least 21 people and wounding dozens more in the deadliest attack seen in the kingdom in more than a decade....
  • Things to know about the Cleveland Police Department

    A white Cleveland patrolman who participated in a 137-bullet shooting that left two unarmed black people dead in their car was acquitted of criminal charges on Saturday, leading to angry but peaceful protests. The acquittal of officer Michael Brelo...
  • Wandering Eye: The 'planning vacuum' in City Hall, Delia's returns online, and more

    Wandering Eye: The 'planning vacuum' in City Hall, Delia's returns online, and more
    Gerald Neilly at the Brew has a modest proposal: stop the auction of the old Social Security Administration complex on North Greene Street in West Baltimore. The federal government moved out about a year and a half ago, moving its offices to Northwest...