Michael Keith Spell, who is mentally disabled and described by the defense as functionally illiterate, pleaded guilty to killing Sherry Arno…
Investigators have recovered barrels and bottles of stolen whiskey; the volume is significant, the prosecutor said.
Defense attorneys had asked to let the jury consider second-degree murder or first-degree manslaughter, but the Judge refused.
The new CEO of the Brooklyn-based company that owns Citi Bike says a revamped smartphone app will soon offer detailed fitness stats.
Flames shot well over 100 feet into the air.
The hearing in U.S. District Court in Chicago was the first since the new proposed agreement was unveiled this week.
U.S. Department of the Treasury officials insist the $20 Double Eagles were stolen from the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia.
Miami’s president described the graffiti as profane, racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and homophobic.
Jonathan W. Krueger, a junior, was shot in the chest about 2 a.m. while walking home from a party.
The event occurred as the worker was transferring a chemical into a 55-gallon drum, which caused a chemical reaction, leading to an explosio…
The victim was shot once in the head, but police said there were nearly a dozen shell casings.
The blast killed 168 people outside a federal building in Oklahoma City.
Lencyk Masonry President Larry Lencyk had said the repairs would take two to three days.
Twenty years later, the AP is making the original story and photographs available.
This weekend, Hotel California is boasting 44 hours of non-stop fun for guests.
Nearly 30 percent of Ohio’s former prisoners will find themselves back behind bars.
In many cases, crews are filling potholes in areas where they had been just a month ago.
The Street Crimes Unit with the Warren Police Department executed a search warrant on Friday and uncovered the drug operation.
There have been 100 over-doses in the last month reported in places such as Tuscaloosa and Montgomery, Alabama.
Police say a 17-year-old male found shot in bullet-riddled sport-utility vehicle was a student at a western Pennsylvania high school.