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    Arrest made in search for missing Virginia woman

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  • New bodycam video emerges in the shooting of Jason Walker

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  • Man arrested for death of woman he pushed in front of train in NYC

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  • Pennsylvania dentist accused of murdering wife on African safari, collecting millions in insurance

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  • Body of Jorge Diaz-Johnston, gay rights activist and brother of Miami's former mayor, found in Florida landfill

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  • Two employees wounded in Miami International Airport shooting

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  • No probable cause in case of Texas mom accused of putting Covid-positive child in trunk

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  • Four charged federally in fatal shooting of off-duty LAPD officer

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  • Illinois judge overturns sexual assault conviction sparking outrage

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  • Utah police now admitting a mistake in the Gabby Petito case

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  • Rhode Island man accused of faking own death found alive in Scotland

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  • New Mexico teen accused of tossing infant in dumpster pleads not guilty

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  • Three children found dead in California apartment after apparent murder-suicide attempt

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  • Illinois judge's reversal of teen's sexual assault conviction sparks outrage

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  • Dismembered body, believed to be missing Louisiana woman, found in freezer

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  • Community protests after Black man allegedly killed by white off-duty police officer

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  • Federal judge refuses to block lawsuit against Prince Andrew

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  • Off-duty LAPD officer killed while house-hunting with girlfriend

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  • Human remains found in decades-old search for Indiana mother and children

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  • Watch moment thieves smash into L.A. jewelry store

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Drunk driver keeps his promise, pleads guilty

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22-year-old Matthew Cordle pleaded guilty to the death of Vincent Canzani just as he promised in an online confession released last week. He will face up to eight years in prison for counts of aggravated vehicular homicide and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.