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1 hr ago | WAFF-TV Huntsville
Sgt. Charles Gill says 19-year-old Adam Marquez died Friday afternoon in an incident that is still under investigation.
5 hrs ago | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper
A 10-year-old boy stands shackled with his mother, left, and his attorney in a Florida court in 2007.
9 hrs ago | KITV-TV
You may have heard the old saying 'crime doesn't pay'. But it does pay for some of the state's crime prevention programs.
The police shooting death of 18-year-old Michael "Mike" Brown in Ferguson, Mo., on August 9th captured the attention of the nation.
At least 10 driving instructors licensed in Iowa have criminal records or driving infractions in their past, but they've been allowed to keep working with teens because of a forgiving state law.
Authorities have released the name of a 6-year-old Missouri boy who was found shot to death in his babysitter's bedroom.
A special education teacher accused of killing her severely disabled 8-year-old daughter by withholding food and medical care could inherit nearly $1 million from the girl's trust fund - even if she's convicted.
New Yourk, NY, United States - Renowned Bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem was able to hammer out a plea agreement as to his actuations on the use of the virtual currency on the illicit online marketplace called Silk Road.
A Humboldt State University lecturer posted bail and was released from custody hours after his arrest on suspicion of possessing and distributing child pornography Friday.
A 35-year-old Gresham man, his girlfriend and father have each been charged with federal offenses related to child pornography.
Kody Brown, 44, and his four sister wives -- Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn -- can now have a legal marriage in their home state of Utah.
Fingerprints found on Lego building blocks helped police crack a 23-year-old cold case murder mystery in Utah, authorities said.
One of two men convicted in the shooting deaths of four Alberta Mounties in 2005 has been arrested and charged with a crime.
The lawyer for Josh Shaw, the USC football captain suspended for lying about how he injured himself, has advised Shaw to stop talking to police investigators, he told ABC News Friday.
The man who masterminded an $800 million insurance scam that fleeced tens of thousands of investors in one of Florida's all-time largest fraud schemes was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison.
Pierce County Superior Court Judge Ronald Culpepper issued the ruling after extensive arguments over whether Initiative 502, the voter-approved state law that legalizes adults' recreational use of marijuana, left any room for such local bans.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:25 am
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