TEMPE, Ariz. (CBS/KPHO) Tempe Police have new information in the murder of Arizona State University student Kyleigh Sousa.
An Arizona driver's license that belonged to a friend of Sousa's and was stolen during the incident that left Sousa dead was found in a U.S. Postal Service mailbox in the Phoenix area, investigators said.Continue »
Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said Wednesday night that the attack occurred Friday in an attorney waiting room.Continue »
DETROIT (CBS/AP) Keep your hands where I can see them!
Apparently that was too much to ask of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who allegedly tried to spend a little too much quality time with his wife during a prison visitation.
Corrections authorities have accused him of sexual misconduct after a guard claimed Kilpatrick touched his wife's breast during a visit July 4.Continue »
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (CBS/AP) Members of a northern Mexico drug gang rammed a car that may have been packed with explosives or inflammable material into two police patrol trucks Thursday in the border city of Ciudad Juarez on Thursday, killing two officers and a medical technician, and wounding nine people.
Federal police said the attack - which may be one of the first uses of an explosive-packed car in Mexico - was in retaliation for the arrest of a top leader of the La Linea drug gang, Jesus Acosta Guerrero, earlier in the day.Continue »
Coss, 24, and Sippola, 31, both of Marquette, were convicted in federal court of conspiracy and using e-mail to threaten a person's reputation - charges that could land them in prison for up to five years.Continue »
MALAGA, Spain (CBS) Legendary James Bond actor Sean Connery is being investigated for alleged tax fraud involving the sale of two large tracts of land in Spain.
Investigators say a property firm linked to the 79-year-old actor failed to pay taxes after he and his second wife sold land they owned on the outskirts of Malaga, Spain a UK paper reported Thursday.Continue »
MIAMI (CBS/AP) Colton Harris-Moore, the teen fugitive known to authorities as the "Barefoot Bandit," didn't say a word as the federal public defender temporarily assigned to represent him told a federal judge Friday that Harris-Moore had waived extradition to his native Washington State just days after his first U.S. court appearance on Wednesday.PICTURES: Barefoot Bandit on the RunContinue »
PORTLAND, Ore. (CBS/KOIN/AP) In the days following the disappearance of Kyron Horman local and national media outlets interviewed his classmates, their parents and some of his teachers about the last time they saw the 7-year-old the day he vanished - now the Multnomah County Sheriff is asking to see those tapes, hoping they might provide some clues as to Kyron's whereabouts.Continue »
Colorado authorities say five drivers were ticketed for excessive speed and a sixth man was even arrested during a luxury auto rally from New York City to Las Vegas, Wednesday.Continue »
McLEAN, Va. (CBS/AP) Following a thorough FBI investigation, Yahya Wehelie, the Virginia man who was stranded in the Middle East for months after being placed on the no-fly list, will be allowed to return to the United States.Continue »