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Alleged Castro Arsonist Freed After Plea Deal

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 1
A San Francisco man convicted of accidentally choking to death a sex partner in 2011 and then arrested again last year for allegedly starting fires in the Castro district was released after reaching a plea deal.

Vandals Destroy Iconic Rock Formation in Oregon

Sep 8
Vandals were caught on cell phone video destroying a rock formation at a state natural area in Oregon.

More Victims of San Mateo Rapist Come Forward

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Aug 20
Several more men have come forward saying they're victims of a San Mateo County man who's already charged with raping other men, according to police.

Nephew Featured in "Making a Murderer" May be Freed

Aug 17
A man at the center of the popular Netflix documentary series, "Making a Murderer," could soon be freed from prison.

More Testimony in SF Lesbian Murder Trial

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jul 30
The woman who survived the 2013 shooting that killed a friend near a gay San Francisco nightclub this week contradicted other friends' descriptions of the shooter.

Second Former Ole Miss Student Sentenced in Statue Vandalism

Jul 24
A former University of Mississippi student was sentenced Thursday to a year's probation plus 50 hours of community service for placing a noose on the statue of the school's first black student.

FBI Closes Unsolved D. B. Cooper Hijacking Case

Jul 17
One of the most notorious unsolved crimes in American history will remain a mystery.

Link Between U.K. Politician's Murder and U.S. Neo-Nazi Group

Jun 18
The killing came one week before a divisive vote on whether the United Kingdom should leave the European Union.

Florida Police Seek Motive for Killing of 'The Voice' Singer

By Mike Schneider and Frazier Moore | Jun 13
Detectives were searching Loibl's cellphone and social media accounts looking for clues as to a motive, but they weren't aware the suspect had stalked Grimmie.

Reform Program for Shoplifters Faces Legal Fight

Jun 13
Corrective Education Company uses what's called "restorative justice" instead of jail to teach shoplifters to reform.

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