LOS ANGELES (AP) — New York real estate heir Robert Durst was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without a chance of parole for the murder of his best friend more than two decades ago.
The trial of the former secretary, Irmgard Furchner, was set to start on Thursday. She is "suspected of having aided and abetted 11,387 cases of murder," according to a court indictment.
An Oregon man charged with murdering his Castle Rock roommate last winter was found incompetent to stand trial Monday in Cowlitz County Superi…
Selena Gomez had no idea what Steve Martin and Martin Short would be like as series co-stars.
A Kelso man was sentenced Friday to 10 days in jail and 184 hours of monitored community service for two misdemeanors, including one related t…
They're back: Entomologists in Washington state are setting up traps and urging people to be on the lookout after a "murder hornet" was spotted attacking a paper wasp nest.
The California man told authorities he had visions his wife "possessed serpent DNA and had passed it onto his children," according to an affidavit.
A Longview man in prison for assault was sentenced last week to an additional roughly 24 years after pleading guilty and admitting to killing …
Ex-cop Derek Chauvin faces sentencing Friday in the death of George Floyd. Here's what to watch for in a hearing that could run as long as two hours.
More than once, I winced at something the seemingly guileless main character, Ted Crutcher, spouts in Downing’s sly, smart thriller. Crutcher is Teacher of the Year at a private high school in the Northeast, one built on entitlement and wealth (Crutcher has little of either), where parents are not helicopters, but diabolical drones. Crutcher feels obligated, even driven, to “fiddle” with his students’ lives, to cajole, crusade, even murder on their unsuspecting behalf. Everything Crutcher does is for his students’ good. He’s a Dickens-loving Dexter, a psychopath with literary tendencies. When the consequences of one of his “fiddles” spirals out of control, Crutcher is caught in a battle of wits with three students out to uncover his demented machinations with a few of their own.
Detectives have reopened the investigation into a decades-old unsolved killing of a teenage boy near Santa Barbara with the help of DNA techno…
The task force hunting the Nebraska's 'Creighton Killer,' the man behind two grisly murders, catches up to their quarry in the fifth episode of this true-crime podcast.
Mystery writers will be featured at the next WordFest event held at 7 p.m. May 11 via Zoom.
The task force hunting the Nebraska's 'Creighton Killer,' the man behind two grisly murders, makes a breakthrough in the fourth episode of this true-crime podcast.
Here's a breakdown of the Derek Chauvin murder verdict and what happens next in the landmark trial of George Floyd's death in police custody.
It's also called felony murder. To prove this count, prosecutors had to show that Chauvin killed Floyd while committing or trying to commit a …
A police task force takes shape and connections are made between the two grisly murders in the third episode of this true-crime podcast documenting Nebraska's 'Creighton Killer.'