(CBS) MONTEREY PARK, Calif. - Police in Southern California shot and killed a man who was reportedly using a metal bar to break windows at a fast food restaurant Monday. The gunfire was caught on tape.Continue »
(CBS/AP) SAN FRANCISCO - An ex-girlfriend of San Francisco's new sheriff, Ross Mirkarimi, who will stand trial next month on misdemeanor domestic violence charges stemming from a New Year's Eve dispute with his wife, has told police Mirkarimi was also abusive toward her when they were dating.Continue »
(CBS/AP) SANTA ANA, Calif. - A Southern California woman was convicted Monday of arranging to have a former NFL player kill her millionaire boyfriend more than a decade ago to collect on a $1 million life insurance policy and other cash.Continue »
(CBS) ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A man authorities say stole $68,000 in historic Civil War memorabilia last summer now has another problem.
All these months later, the alleged perpetrator of the "history heist," Jason Bowen, has now been charged in a hit-and-run crash that almost killed a bicyclist during his getaway with all those artifacts.Continue »
30-year-old Thomas Joseph Lattus walked into the Hickman police station around 1 a.m. and told an officer he had just shot Mayor Charles Murphy. Police Chief Tony Grogan said an officer went to the mayor's home and found his body in the bedroom.
CBS Chicago reports Peterson watched the movie in the Will County Jail, and chuckled several time during the film. Peter's attorney and the family of his missing fourth wife Stacy Peterson think "Drew Peterson: Untouchable" is laughable and full of mistakes.Continue »
(CBS/AP) ALBANY, N.Y. - For the second time in two days, a pedestrian has been struck and injured by an unmarked state police vehicle assigned to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's security detail near his home in Westchester County.Continue »
CBS affiliate WKRC reports Davis' HIV positive condition was revealed when the mother of his two children found his testing paperwork. She passed it on to many of his other girlfriends.Continue »
The Orlando Sentinel reports Matthew Scheidt will be brought back to the county jail as soon as he can be released from a lockup in Miami-Dade, where he is being held after his arrest for impersonating a police officer last week.Continue »