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  • Suspect in Coral Springs killing remains in jail; second man cooperating with police

    Suspect in Coral Springs killing remains in jail; second man cooperating with police
    Robert Morris told Roderick Dalton that Omar Khan owed him money, so they all arranged to meet Monday afternoon in a Coral Springs parking lot. Minutes later, Khan was driving home with five bullet wounds in his torso while Morris and Dalton were speeding...
  • Boyfriend leads police to pregnant Ohio woman's remains

    CLEVELAND (Reuters) - An Ohio man who confessed to killing his pregnant girlfriend and burning down their Columbus apartment led authorities to her body early Wednesday, Ohio police said. Jacob Ferrero, 22, confessed to the murder and arson to Columbus...
  • Leesburg man accused of killing prostitute has violent past

    Leesburg man accused of killing prostitute has violent past
    The day after Loanne Berning asked for a domestic-violence injunction against her husband, he showed up at her Leesburg home. Lance Berning then vandalized the house, slashed a waterbed and set fire to furniture in the backyard, according to a 1994...
  • Missing pregnant woman found dead in Ohio, boyfriend charged

    Missing pregnant woman found dead in Ohio, boyfriend charged
    An Ohio man who confessed to killing his pregnant girlfriend and burning down their Columbus apartment led authorities to her body early Wednesday, Ohio police said. Jacob Ferrero, 22, confessed to the murder and arson to Columbus police and fire...
  • Met Opera's 'Death of Klinghoffer' is a compassionate feat

    Met Opera's 'Death of Klinghoffer' is a compassionate feat
    The Metropolitan Opera had a mess on its hands. Hundreds of people stood, or sat in rented wheelchairs, outside Lincoln Center on Monday to protest its production of John Adams' "The Death of Klinghoffer," an operatic depiction of the high-profile...
  • Inquiry broadens into suspect in Indiana serial killings

    Inquiry broadens into suspect in Indiana serial killings
    Widening the search for victims of a suspected serial killer, police in Indiana on Tuesday used a cadaver-sniffing dog to hunt for bodies in Gary's blighted neighborhoods, while Cook County and federal authorities looked into the possibility that he...
  • Thailand tourist murder suspects retract confessions

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Two Myanmar men accused of killing two British backpackers on a Thai holiday island have retracted their confessions, their lawyers said on Wednesday, adding further confusion to an investigation that has attracted widespread...
  • Police search Pocono Mountain schools for Eric Frein

    Police search Pocono Mountain schools for Eric Frein
    After staying open Monday following another reported sighting of trooper-slaying suspect Eric Frein, Pocono Mountain School District was closed Tuesday. The closure came a day after there was another suspected sighting of Frein near Swiftwater Post...
  • Suspect in prostitute's strangling may have more victims, deputies say

    Suspect in prostitute's strangling may have more victims, deputies say
    A Leesburg man charged last week with torturing and killing a prostitute in Brevard County may have more victims, Brevard investigators said Monday. And they're asking the public for help. Lance David Berning, 45, an unemployed welder and father of...
  • Indiana slayings: Dogs search vacant homes as feds widen search

    Indiana slayings: Dogs search vacant homes as feds widen search
    As the investigation continues into the murders of seven women in Indiana, police officers in Gary used trained dogs Tuesday morning to search for more bodies while federal authorities said they believe there could be victims outside the state. Darren...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    NATION WASHINGTON Passengers flying to the U.S. from three Ebola-stricken countries will have to fly into one of five designated American airports for additional screening, including having their temperature taken, Department of Homeland Security...