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man previously on delaware’s death row indicted in hawaii


honolulu (ap) — honolulu police say a man who spent time on delaware’s death row has been indicted in hawaii on human trafficking charges.police say 30-year-old isaiah mccoy and 35-year-old tawana roberts were arrested on wednesday on prostitution charges. they have both pleaded not guilty to those charges.army officials say roberts is an active army sergeant currently assigned to the 25th sustainment brigade in schofield barracks.in 2012, delaware’s highest court overturned mccoy’s murder conviction and death sentence, citing prosecutorial misconduct. a second trial resulted in mccoy being acquitted of the 2010 murder.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.mccoy moved to hawaii after being freed. last september, he was arrested in connection to a triple-shooting that ki






suspect in maryland office shooting indicted in delaware


dover, del. (ap) — a man accused of shooting several co-workers at a maryland granite company, killing three, before fleeing to delaware and shooting another man, has been indicted by a delaware grand jury.a new castle county grand jury on monday indicted 37-year-old radee prince on eight counts, including attempted murder, reckless endangering and weapons charges.authorities say prince shot five co-workers, three fatally, at advanced granite solutions in harford county in maryland on oct. 18. investigators say he then drove to a used car lot in wilmington and shot an acquaintance in the head.authorities in maryland and delaware announced last week that prince would be prosecuted first in delaware, then in harford county.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.in maryland






man wanted in delaware for child rape captured after 3 years


milford, del. (ap) — a man indicted in delaware on multiple counts in connection with child rape has been captured in virginia, more than three years after he became a fugitive.the u.s. marshal for the district of delaware said in a statement that 30-year-old carlos gonzalez-valesquez was arrested monday at a home near richmond. news outlets report milford police had sought gonzalez-valesquez since february 2014. a sussex county superior court grand jury indicted him this past september on 27 counts, including first-degree rape of a victim under the age of 12.the case had gone cold, but recent information developed by milford police was passed to the u.s. marshals first state fugitive task force, which sent investigators to virginia.he is awaiting extradition to delaware. it’s unclear if h






delaware house votes to reinstate death penalty


dover, del. — delaware's house lawmakers have voted to reinstate the state's death penalty and the bill now goes to the senate.tuesday's 24-to-16 vote came amid a public outcry over the killing of a correctional officer during a prison riot in february, and the fatal shooting of a state trooper two weeks ago.under the bill, jurors would have to find unanimously and beyond a reasonable doubt that a defendant should be executed.the state supreme court declared delaware's death penalty law unconstitutional in august because it allowed judges too much discretion and did not require that a jury find unanimously and beyond a reasonable doubt that a defendant deserves execution.that ruling came after the u.s. supreme court struck down florida's death sentencing law, which was similar to delaware'






motive unclear in delaware trooper death; suspect killed after standoff


delaware state police trooper was gunned down in a parking lot of a wawa station in bear.        






new book says hitler was an indicted war criminal at death


united nations — a new book that examines previously restricted files from the united nations war crimes commission cites documents showing that adolf hitler had been indicted as a war criminal for actions by the nazis during world war ii before his death — contrary to longstanding assumptions.the book, "human rights after hitler" by british academic dan plesch, says hitler was put on the commission's first list of war criminals in december 1944, but only after extensive debate and formal charges brought by czechoslovakia.the previous month the commission determined that hitler could be held criminally responsible for the acts of the nazis in occupied countries. by march 1945 — a month before hitler's death — "the commission had endorsed at least seven separate indictments against him for






new book says hitler was an indicted war criminal at death


united nations (ap) — a new book that examines previously restricted files from the united nations war crimes commission cites documents showing that adolf hitler had been indicted as a war criminal for actions by the nazis during world war ii before his death — contrary to longstanding assumptions.the book, “human rights after hitler” by british academic dan plesch, says hitler was put on the commission’s first list of war criminals in december 1944, but only after extensive debate and formal charges brought by czechoslovakia.the previous month the commission determined that hitler could be held criminally responsible for the acts of the nazis in occupied countries. by march 1945 — a month before hitler’s death — “the commission had endorsed at least seven separate indictments against him






ex-nurse faces 3rd, 4th murder charges in children's deaths in texas


san antonio — a former nurse who prosecutors believe could be responsible in the deaths of up to 60 texas children has been indicted on two new murder charges.this file photo provided by the texas department of criminal justice shows genene jones. the former nurse who prosecutors believe could be responsible in the deaths of up to 60 texas children has been indicted on two new murder charges. the bexar county district attorney’s office said in a statement that jones was indicted thursday, june 29, 2017, in the death of an 8-month-old in 1981 and a 4-month-old a year later. she now faces four new murder charges. jones is serving a prison sentence for the 1982 killing of another toddler.the bexar county district attorney’s office said in a statement that genene jones, 66, was indicted thursd






university of delaware cuts ties with professor who said warmbier 'deserved' to


a university of delaware professor won't have a place at the school in the future because of comments she made in the wake of an american's death upon his return from north korea.        






man indicted on murder charge in maryland college stabbing


college park, md. — a man arrested in a fatal stabbing at the university of maryland that has been under investigation as a possible hate crime has been indicted on a murder charge.the prince george's county office of the state's attorney said in a statement thursday that a grand jury indicted sean urbanski on one count of murder in the death of richard collins iii. prosecutors have scheduled an afternoon news conference to discuss the indictment.collins was fatally stabbed on may 20, just days before he was scheduled to graduate from bowie state university. collins was black. urbanski is white. authorities said previously that police and the fbi were investigating the killing as a possible hate crime because urbanski became a member of a racist facebook group several months before the sta






man indicted on murder charge in maryland college stabbing


college park, md. (ap) — a man arrested in a fatal stabbing at the university of maryland that has been under investigation as a possible hate crime has been indicted on a murder charge.the prince george’s county office of the state’s attorney said in a statement thursday that a grand jury indicted sean urbanski on one count of murder in the death of richard collins iii. prosecutors have scheduled an afternoon news conference to discuss the indictment.collins was fatally stabbed on may 20, just days before he was scheduled to graduate from bowie state university. collins was black. urbanski is white. authorities said previously that police and the fbi were investigating the killing as a possible hate crime because urbanski became a member of a racist facebook group several months before th






alleged "killer nurse" indicted in deaths of two more babies


san antonio -- a former nurse who prosecutors believe could be responsible in the deaths of up to 60 texas children has been indicted on two new murder charges.the bexar county district attorney's office said in a statement that genene jones, 66, was indicted thursday in the deaths of 8-month-old ricky nelson in 1981 and 4-month-old patrick zavala a year later. she now faces four new murder charges, all filed in about the last month. last week, she was indicted on a murder count in the 1981 death of rosemary vega, and she was indicted on a murder count last month in the 1981 death of 11-month-old joshua sawyer.the latest murder indictment says she injected the two babies with "a substance unknown," reports texas monthly.jones has reportedly been called the "killer nurse." she is serving co






2 indicted for capital murder in 2016 death of msu student


starkville, miss. (ap) — a special grand jury has indicted two mississippi men in the november 2016 death of a mississippi state university student.news outlets report 19-year-old syboris a. pippins and 21-year-old jaylen barker, both of columbus, were indicted last week on capital murder charges in the nov. 6, 2016 death of 21-year-old joseph tillman.starkville police say tillman was robbed after interacting with a group of men for several minutes.barker and pippins were among five people arrested in the slaying last year. two other men and a juvenile were charged with accessory after the fact to murder.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksa court hearing is scheduled for wednesday. it’s unclear if the men have lawyers.






man sentenced in death of pregnant ex-girlfriend in hawaii


honolulu (ap) — a judge sentenced a man friday to life in prison with the possibility of parole in the murder of his ex-girlfriend who disappeared while pregnant with his child in hawaii.a jury previously convicted 27-year-old steven capobianco of second-degree murder in the death of carly “charli” scott. she was five months pregnant when she disappeared in 2014.deputy prosecuting attorney robert rivera told jurors during the trial that multiple stab wounds in the abdomen area of scott’s skirt showed that capobianco made her suffer.during sentencing, second circuit chief judge joseph cardoza said capobianco lured scott to her death. cardoza called him self-centered for killing her and his own son because he didn’t want to be a father.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 week






delaware house votes to reinstate death penalty


dover, del. (ap) — house lawmakers voted tuesday to reinstate delaware’s death penalty amid an outcry over the killing of a correctional officer during a prison riot in february and the fatal shooting of a state trooper two weeks ago.the bill passed the delaware house on a 24-16 bipartisan vote and now goes to the senate.the legislation easily cleared the house despite arguments from opponents that capital punishment is not a deterrent to crime, is too costly, is applied in a racially biased manner against blacks and other minorities, and is morally wrong.“you are affirmatively voting to kill people in the state of delaware,” rep. sean lynn, a dover democrat, told colleagues before the roll was called.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.lynn, who has led the legislati






ex-nurse faces 3rd, 4th murder charges in children's deaths


san antonio — a former nurse who prosecutors believe could be responsible in the deaths of up to 60 texas children has been indicted on two new murder charges.the bexar county district attorney's office said in a statement that genene jones, 66, was indicted thursday in the deaths of 8-month-old ricky nelson in 1981 and 4-month-old patrick zavala a year later. she now faces four new murder charges, all filed in about the last month. last week, she was indicted on a murder count in the 1981 death of rosemary vega, and she was indicted on a murder count last month in the 1981 death of 11-month-old joshua sawyer.jones is serving concurrent 99-year and 60-year sentences in state prison for the 1982 killing of another toddler and the sickening of a 4-week-old boy who survived. she was scheduled






university of delaware, delaware state see record enrollment


wilmington, del. (ap) — both the university of delaware and delaware state university have seen record enrollment this year.the news journal reports the university of delaware saw a 3 percent jump, to nearly 24,000 students. at dsu, enrollment is around 4,600, up about 2 percent.those increases come amid a national trend of declining college enrollment partly due to a dip in u.s. birth rates, especially in the midwest and northeast.admissions officers at both delaware schools say they’ve bucked the trend by tapping into new markets to find potential college-goers.most read storiescyber sale! save 90% on digital access.officials also told the newspaper they’ve been working to make their campuses stand out with new programs and experiences.






man indicted on murder charge in maryland college stabbing


college park, md. — a man arrested in a fatal stabbing at the university of maryland that has been under investigation as a possible hate crime has been indicted on a murder charge.the prince george's county office of the state's attorney said in a statement thursday that a grand jury indicted sean urbanski on one count of murder in the death of richard collins iii. prince george's county state's attorney angela alsobrooks said at a news conference that the motive in the case continues to be investigated. her office intends to seek a sentence of life without parole in the case.collins was fatally stabbed on may 20, just days before he was scheduled to graduate from college. collins was black. urbanski is white. authorities said previously that authorities were investigating the killing as






man indicted in killing of 6-year-old boy during car theft


canton, miss. (ap) — a mississippi man has been indicted in the killing of a 6-year-old boy who was in his own mother’s car when it was stolen from a grocery store parking lot.news outlets report 19-year-old byron mcbride was indicted wednesday on capital murder in the may 18 shooting death of kingston frazier.district attorney michael guest says he will give more details about the indictment thursday.investigators say the boy’s mother’s car was stolen in jackson. his body was found a short time later in a rural area outside the city.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.mcbride has been jailed without bond since his arrest hours after kingston was killed.it was not immediately clear whether two other men arrested in the case have been indicted. one of the two is out on






ex-fire chief indicted on racketeering, theft charges


wilmington, del. (ap) — the former fire chief in delaware’s largest city has been indicted on charges of stealing from an association of minority firefighters that he once led.an indicted issued last week charges 44-year-old anthony goode with racketeering, theft and unlawful use of a credit card.goode, who is scheduled for arraignment on dec. 15, could not be reached for comment thursday. it was not immediately clear whether he has a lawyer.prosecutors allege that good, who retired from the wilmington fire department in august, engaged in racketeering and theft involving the gallant blazers firefighters association from january 2009 to october 2016.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.last month, city officials agreed to pay $75,000 to settle claims from five white fi






court upholds life sentence for ex-death row inmate


dover, del. (ap) — delaware’s supreme court has upheld the life sentence of a former death row inmate.the court on tuesday rejected adam norcross’ argument that he should not have been sentenced to life imprisonment without probation or parole after the supreme court declared delaware’s death penalty law unconstitutional.norcross argued that he instead should have been resentenced under a law related to certain serious felonies, but the court said his contentions had no merit.norcross was convicted in the 1996 murder of kenneth warren of kenton. norcross and an accomplice, ralph swan, both were sentenced to death for the murder of warren, who was shot four times in a home invasion robbery.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






second man indicted in case of missing georgia teacher


ocilla, ga. (ap) — a second suspect has been indicted in connection with the death of a georgia teacher and former beauty queen who vanished nearly 12 years ago.media outlets report a ben hill county grand jury on monday indicted 32-year-old bo dukes on charges of concealing a death, tampering with evidence and hindering the apprehension of a criminal in 30-year-old tara grinstead’s death.investigators believe dukes helped a former classmate, 33-year-old ryan alexander duke, remove grinstead’s body from her ocilla home. dukes is also accused of burning grinstead’s body.grinstead was reported missing in october 2005 when she didn’t show up for work at the school where she taught. no arrests were made in the case until february, when a tipster contacted authorities with information that led






alleged serial killer indicted in texas in fourth death


angelton, texas — an alleged serial killer has been indicted in the slaying of a north texas college student nearly two decades after she went missing.a texas grand jury indicted william lewis reece late thursday on a charge of capital murder in the 1997 disappearance and death of 20-year-old university of north texas student kelli cox.reece was charged this summer in three other cold-case killings in texas and oklahoma. cox, 19-year-old tiffany johnston, 17-year-old jessica cain and 12-year-old laura smither all disappeared over a four-month period in 1997.reece was serving a 60-year sentence in texas for kidnapping when he led police last year to the graves where cain and cox's remains were buried.reece has pleaded not guilty in oklahoma, where prosecutors have said they will seek the de






teenager indicted for the shooting death of store clerk


birmingham, ala. (ap) — a teenager who is accused of fatally shooting a store clerk in alabama has been indicted.al.com reports that a jefferson county grand jury indicted 18-year-old chandler jacoby bryant on charges of first-degree robbery and capital murder in the june 3 death of 29-year-old mike ngangi.birmingham police sgt. bryan shelton says officers were dispatched to the store on a robbery alarm. when they arrived, they found two people consoling ngangi, who had been shot one time. he was taken to a hospital and later died.bryant was arrested on june 13. it’s unclear if he has a lawyer.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.___information from: the birmingham news, http://www.al.com/birminghamnews






ohio man indicted in slaying of ohio college student


columbus, ohio — a registered sex offender has been indicted on charges in the slaying and alleged rape of an ohio state university student.twenty-nine-year-old brian golsby is charged in the death of 21-year-old reagan tokes, whose body was found outside a grove city park in february.franklin county's prosecutor in columbus said friday he will seek the death penalty if golsby is convicted of aggravated murder. the columbus man also is charged with kidnapping and rape, among other counts.the 18-count indictment also includes charges related to six armed robberies in columbus prior to tokes' slaying.messages seeking comment on golsby's behalf were left for his attorneys.police say they matched golsby's dna evidence from tokes' car.he was previously imprisoned in an attempted rape and aggrav






bronx teen indicted for manslaughter in school stabbing


new york (ap) — a bronx teenager has been indicted on a lesser charge of first-degree manslaughter in the stabbing death of a 15-year-old student in a bronx classroom.eighteen-year-old abel cedeno was initially charged with murder in the death of matthew mccree, who was fatally stabbed with a switchblade last month at the urban assembly school for wildlife conservation.another classmate, who tried to intervene, was critically wounded.an attorney for the victim’s family, sanford rubenstein, says the grand jury panel is considering additional charges.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.bail for cedeno was set at $500,000. he had previously pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder charges.the grand jury’s decision was announced tuesday following a court hearing






delaware judge convicts girl of homicide in death of 16-year-old classmate after


share storyby the associated pressthe associated presswilmington, del. (ap) — delaware judge convicts girl of homicide in death of 16-year-old classmate after school bathroom fight.the associated presscustom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






3 ohio pastors indicted on child sex trafficking conspiracy


toledo, ohio (ap) — a third ohio pastor has been indicted on sex trafficking charges, and prosecutors now say all three men worked together to entice underage girls with money in exchange for sex.a federal grand jury in toledo has indicted the rev. cordell jenkins, the rev. anthony haynes and the rev. kenneth butler on conspiracy to sex traffic children. all three men pleaded not guilty tuesday.the us attorney’s office says haynes began grooming a 14-year-old girl for prostitution in 2014. prosecutors say haynes introduced her to other men and all three of the pastors sexually assaulted her.jenkins and haynes were previously indicted on child sex trafficking charges in july.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksan attorney representing jenkins tells wtvg-tv her client un






correction: killer nurse story


san antonio — in a story may 25 about the murder indictment against genene jones, the associated press misspelled the last name of the infant for whose death jones was previously convicted of murder. she was chelsea mcclellan, not mcclelland.a corrected version of the story is below:nurse in prison for killing infant indicted in another deatha nurse who's been serving a 99-year prison sentence for the fatal overdose of an infant in her care has been indicted in the death of another infant as prosecutors try to keep her behind barssan antonio (ap) — a texas nurse who's been serving a 99-year prison sentence for the fatal overdose of an infant in her care was indicted thursday in the death of another infant as prosecutors try to keep her behind bars.a bexar county grand jury returned the mur






alleged serial killer indicted in texas in fourth death


angelton, texas (ap) — an alleged serial killer has been indicted in the slaying of a north texas college student nearly two decades after she went missing.a texas grand jury indicted william lewis reece late thursday on a charge of capital murder in the 1997 disappearance and death of 20-year-old university of north texas student kelli cox.reece was charged this summer in three other cold-case killings in texas and oklahoma. cox, 19-year-old tiffany johnston, 17-year-old jessica cain and 12-year-old laura smither all disappeared over a four-month period in 1997.reece was serving a 60-year sentence in texas for kidnapping when he led police last year to the graves where cain and cox’s remains were buried.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.reece has pleaded not guilty






dad reveals hawaii site where he says he dumped dead son


honolulu (ap) — the father of a hawaii boy who went missing 20 years ago rode in a van with police and prosecutors last weekend, leading them to the site where he says he dumped his dead son’s remains.peter kema sr., wearing a jail jumpsuit and shackles, went on the outing sunday as part of a plea deal reached earlier this month, hawaii county prosecuting attorney mitch roth said. kema pleaded guilty to manslaughter in exchange for a 20-year sentence, on the condition that he reveal where the remains are.the site in the big island’s remote puna district is in an area that police didn’t previously search or consider, roth said, declining to provide an exact location of where kema says he disposed of the body.the 6-year-old known as “peter boy,” became the face of a hawaii campaign for missi






dallas officer turns himself in after being charged in death


dallas (ap) — a dallas police officer has surrendered to authorities after being indicted on a count of aggravated assault by a public servant in the shooting death of a woman.thirty-nine-year-old christopher hess is being held monday at the dallas county jail on a $250,000 bond.he’s accused in the january death of 21-year-old genevive dawes, who authorities say was driving a stolen car and ignored police commands when she drove into a police cruiser and took other actions that prompted hess to shoot.supporters of the dawes family say she and a passenger were sleeping in the car and weren’t aggressive.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.hess has been placed on administrative leave.he is the first dallas officer in 43 years to be indicted for an officer-involved shooti






dad reveals hawaii site where he says he dumped dead son


honolulu — the father of a hawaii boy who went missing 20 years ago rode in a van with police and prosecutors last weekend, leading them to the site where he says he dumped his dead son's remains.peter kema sr., wearing a jail jumpsuit and shackles, went on the outing sunday as part of a plea deal reached earlier this month, hawaii county prosecuting attorney mitch roth said. kema pleaded guilty to manslaughter in exchange for a 20-year sentence, on the condition that he reveal where the remains are.the site in the big island's remote puna district is in an area that police didn't previously search or consider, roth said, declining to provide an exact location of where kema says he disposed of the body.the 6-year-old known as "peter boy," became the face of a hawaii campaign for missing an






man indicted on murder charge in case of missing teacher


ocilla, ga. — a south georgia prosecutor says a grand jury has charged a man with killing a teacher and former beauty queen who vanished nearly 12 years ago.tifton judicial circuit district attorney paul bowden says a grand jury on wednesday indicted ryan alexander duke on charges including murder and concealing a death.authorities in february announced duke's arrest. he was a former student at the school where tara grinstead taught before she disappeared in october 2005.a public defender who has represented duke didn't immediately respond to a phone message and email seeking comment on the indictment.another man, bo dukes, was charged in march with concealing a death, evidence tampering and hindering the apprehension of a criminal in the case. bowden said dukes has not been indicted.






why hawaii is trying to ban a common sunscreen


it’s a coral reef killer noaa the waters surrounding hawaii’s eight main islands contain more than 410,000 acres of living coral reefs. if strung together, the reefs would be bigger than oahu, hawaii’s third largest island. and because of hawaii’s geographic isolation, the reefs support unique life. the hawaiian monk seal, the bandit angelfish—even some of…






hawaii becomes 1st state to sue over trump's new travel ban


honolulu — the state of hawaii has become the first state to sue to stop president donald trump's revised travel ban.attorneys for the state filed the lawsuit wednesday in federal court in honolulu. the state had previously sued over trump's initial travel ban, but that lawsuit was put on hold while other cases played out across the country.hawaii gave notice tuesday night that it intended to file an amended lawsuit to cover the new ban, which plans to goes into effect march 16.the revised executive order bars new visas for people from six predominantly muslim countries and temporarily shuts down the u.s. refugee program. it doesn't apply to travelers who already have visas.hawaii's lawsuit says the order will harm hawaii's muslim population, tourism and foreign students."hawaii is special






este vídeo nos hace soñar e imaginar que estamos aterrizando en la superficie de


en julio de 2015, la sonda new horizons finalmente llegó a plutón, una hazaña para la que tuvimos que esperar más de nueve años, y la cual representaba el inicio de una importante investigación a unos de los elementos menos estudiados de nuestro sistema solar. pero eso no era todo, la llegada de new horizons también significaba el encuentro de un planeta (enano) con su descubridor, además de que nos dejaba maravillosas imágenes.ahora la nasa quiere aprovechar gran parte del material capturado por las potentes cámaras telescópicas de la new horizons, para así podernos presentar una composición de más de 100 fotografías, que muestran el paso de la sonda durante seis semanas en su ino hacia plutón.todas estas fotografias fueron capturadas en blanco y negro, pero lo científicos de la nasa tuvi