NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBS/WFSB) The fourth day of testimony in the trial of Connecticut home invasion suspect Steven Hayes moved forward on Thursday despite Hayes suffering an apparent seizure Wednesday night.Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS) Police say a Virginia woman's search for love ended in a modern woman's worst nightmare: the man she had come to know online turned out to be a monster who held her against her will and sexually assaulted her.
Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tells The Associated Press that the suspect and his relative died in a hospital room.Continue »
ASHBURN, Va.(CBS/AP) On a radio show on Tuesday, Washington Redskin Clinton Portis tried to explain the dynamics of having a female reporters in NFL locker rooms, in light of the recent incident involving Mexican reporter Ines Sainz at a Jets practice on Saturday.Continue »
BALTIMORE (CBS/AP) Baltimore police say a lone gunman shot a doctor on the eighth floor of a Johns Hopkins Hospital building in Baltimore, was believed to have barricaded himself in a relative's hospital room.
There were conflicting reports about whether the shooting suspect was still at-large.Continue »
CHILTON, Wis. (CBS/AP) Calumet County District Attorney Kenneth Kratz will remain in office despite sending 30 sexually suggestive text messages to a domestic abuse victim with whom he tried to spark an affair while prosecuting her ex-boyfriend last year.
Stephanie Van Groll, 26, complained to the police last year after she received 30 sexually-charged text messages in three days from Kratz in October 2009.Continue »
CINCINNATI, Ohio (CBS/WKRC/AP) An Ohio mother is accused of letting her 2-year-old daughter smoke marijuana, and then using her cell phone to record the whole thing.
Twenty-one-year-old Jessica Gamble of Springfield Township was indicted Wednesday on child endangering, corrupting another person with drugs, and tampering with evidence, said Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph Deters.Continue »
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (CBS/AP) The International House of Pancakes, known for its bevy of breakfast delights, is suing a different IHOP, the International House of Prayer, claiming the church is taking advantage of the restaurant chain's famous name and acronym.
NEW YORK (CBS) Boston Celtics center Shaquille O'Neal is being sued by a former employee who has accused the NBA veteran of hacking into his computer and destroying evidence - while also attempting to frame the employee for possessing child pornography, reports RadarOnline.com.Continue »