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Judge Orders Kan. Newspaper To Reveal Name Of Commenter

A northeast Kansas newspaper has been ordered to identify a person who posted a comment on its website about a story on a murder trial for which that commenter was serving as a juror.


Reggie Clemons being brought into the courtroom Monday September 17, 2012. (Photo via Amnesty International)

Opening Statements Begin in Clemons Death Row Case

One of four men convicted in the 1991 killing of two St. Louis-area sisters should be freed from death row and granted a new trial, his lawyer said Monday.


Drew Peterson

Closing Arguments In Drew Peterson Murder Trial Today

Jury will begin deliberating Peterson’s guilt or innocence in death of his third wife.


Clay Waller

Clay Waller Enters Not Guilty Plea Murder Case

His next hearing is scheduled for Oct. 22



St. Charles Co. Deputy Accused of Beating Known Meth Cooker

Trial is under way for a St. Charles County deputy Christopher Hunt.


Drew Peterson

Drew Peterson Heads To Trial In Third Wife’s Death

For a man whose fourth wife had just disappeared, Drew Peterson didn’t sound the least bit worried.


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Prosecutors Suggest ‘Uncharged Crimes’ By Priest

The 46-year-old priest also faces three state charges of possessing child pornography.


Sex Slave Trial Pushed Back

Edward Bagley Sr. and his wife, Marilyn Bagley are accused of groomed a young woman to be a sex slave.


Trial Under Way For Man Accused In Baby’s Death

A first-degree murder trial is under way in southwestern Illinois for a man accused of being on heroin while killing a 5-month-old girl.


No Jail for Businessman in Blagojevich-Linked Case

A federal judge on Wednesday ordered businessman John Glennon to complete 320 hours of community service and serve two years of probation.