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60 Indicted Over Taiwan Policeman Killing

Taiwanese prosecutors Thursday indicted 60 people over the fatal beating of a policeman outside a nightclub, the largest number of people ever charged with murder and assault in one case on the island...

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Man Gets 42 Years to Life for Fatal Drive on Venice Boardwalk

By TERRI VERMEULEN KEITH

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A Colorado man who drove his car along the crowded Venice boardwalk, killing an Italian woman on her honeymoon and hitting 17 others just over two years ago, was sentenced Friday, Sept...

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Man’s Conviction Upheld for 1995 Killing at Caltech

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A state appeals court panel on Wednesday, Sept. 16 upheld a man's second-degree murder conviction for the 1995 shooting death of a Caltech custodian who was in a relationship with his killer's estranged wife...

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Italy’s Top Court Says Knox Investigation Had ‘Major Flaws’

Italy's high court said on Monday, Sept. 7 that the investigation into the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher, of which American Amanda Knox was convicted but acquitted on appeal, had "major flaws...

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Ex-Boyfriend Arrested on Suspicion of Killing Monrovia Woman

MONROVIA (CNS) - A former boyfriend of a 31-year-old Monrovia mother of two whose body was found in her car in June was arrested Thursday, Aug...

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Ex-Boss: Journalist Killer ‘Annoyed’ Colleagues

The disgruntled former television station employee who murdered two journalists had "annoyed" colleagues but showed no signs at work of any mental health issues, his former boss said Thursday, Aug...

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Mistrial Declared, Jurors Deadlock in Pasadena Christmas Killing Case

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A judge declared a mistrial on Thursday, July 30 in the case of two reputed gang members charged in the Christmas Day 2012 killing of a civilian Sheriff's Department employee in Pasadena...

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San Marino Community Still Searching for Answers In Murder-Suicide
San Marino Community Still Searching for Answers In Murder-Suicide
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San Marino Community Still Searching for Answers In Murder-Suicide

By Mitch Lehman

With little official information being disseminated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept., community members filled in the blanks themselves regarding the tragic murder-suicide last Friday morning that involved two members of the San Marino High School graduating class of 2009...

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Man Pleads Guilty to Murder During Drug Deal-Gone-Bad in Pasadena

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The final defendant charged in the January 2013 shooting death of a 21-year-old man in Pasadena during a drug deal that went bad pleaded guilty Monday, July 27 to second-degree murder...

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Breaking News Update – SMHS Classmate Remembers McMahon Fondly

Updated Monday, July 27 – 4:26 p.m.

A San Marino High School classmate of slain former "Deadliest Catch" producer Joe McMahon called the murder “tragic, senseless” when reached Monday, July 28...

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