In recently filed documents, former Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives Larry Householder argued against some of the evidence the federal prosecutors want to bring against him.
- Patriot Ledger
Two children are dead and a baby was flown to a hospital with traumatic injuries after they were discovered inside a Duxbury home Tuesday night.
- Kansas City Star
“The straps were cut in such a way that they would support the weight of the tree stand but would break as soon as additional weight was applied to them, having a trap door effect.”
In the double murder trial of Alex Murdaugh, a South Carolina lawyer who is accused of killing his wife and youngest son, prosecutors and defense attorneys laid out their opening statements Wednesday.
- Fox News
The Austin Police Department arrested a 25-year-old man for murder following a shooting in East Austin. Longtime customers have come to his defense.
- Fox News
The widow and brother of slain Microsoft executive Jared Bridegan gave their first interview to Fox News Digital after learning that a suspect had been arrested for his murder.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A former University of Wisconsin football wide receiver was convicted of two counts of first degree homicide Tuesday.
- KSWB - San Diego
Police say raids uncovered fentanyl, heroin, OxyContin, firearms and at least 24 stolen cars. Some of the suspects allegedly have ties to white supremacy groups.
- The State
“Thank You to the great people at the Kershaw County, SC Law Enforcement Center!! HOOOOOOOO!”
- The Daily Beast
News NationThe mother of Idaho murder victim Xana Kernodle said she feels “betrayed” after her lawyer, who had been representing her in court over drug-related charges, was forced to drop her in favor of Bryan Kohberger, the man accused of killing her daughter and three others.In an interview Wednesday with NewsNation anchor Ashleigh Banfield, Cara Kernodle was asked how she reacted upon learning of the change.Kernodle said she only became aware of it through a friend who had seen it online rath
- Associated Press
The FBI and international partners have at least temporarily disrupted the network of a prolific ransomware gang they infiltrated last year, saving victims including hospitals and school districts a potential $130 million in ransom payments, Attorney General Merrick Garland and other U.S. officials announced Thursday. Officials said the targeted syndicate, known as Hive, is among the world's top five ransomware networks and has heavily targeted health care. The FBI quietly accessed its control panel in July and was able to obtain software keys it used with German and other partners to decrypt networks of some 1,300 victims globally, said FBI Director Christopher Wray.
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The State of Emergency will stay in effect until Feb. 9.
The Virginia teacher who was shot by her 6-year-old student told a loved one that he was armed and that school officials were failing to act, according to a source.
Authorities issued an arrest warrant for a Duxbury mother in connection with the deaths of her two young children who were found unconscious in their home on Tuesday night.
- Kansas City Star
Police on the ground also came under fire after closing in on the source of the laser.
- South Bend Tribune
A St. Joseph County judge ruled Thursday that 16-year-old Anthony Hutchens is guilty of murder and child molestation in the death of Grace Ross.
- Greenville News
The trial of Alex Murdaugh continues Wednesday, Jan. 25 and we have the latest from the Colleton County Courthouse. Here's the latest updates.
Shawn Denning, the top officer in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, used the app Wickr to run drug deals because he thought it was safe, prosecutors said.
- Associated Press
A northern Virginia man convicted nearly a decade ago of supporting the Islamic State group as a teenager has now been accused of violating his terms of release by meeting with convicted Taliban supporter John Walker Lindh. According to court documents, the FBI photographed Ali Shukri Amin meeting withLindh on three different occasions in 2021 for about three hours. The meetings violate a condition of Amin's supervised release, which bars him from meeting with known extremists, prosecutors said.
- NBC News
Law enforcement in Arizona are finally able to identify a woman found dead in 1971 after community members rallied together to help fund crucial DNA testing.
- The Root
Last year, D’Monterrio Gibson was racially targeted by a white father and son in the neighborhood as he made his FedEx deliveries. Gibson filed a $5 million federal lawsuit naming the two men as defendants, per WREG. However, the city, police department AND FedEx must answer to the suit’s accusations.