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Okla. (AP) — Two men treated the mass shootings in Tulsa that killed three black people and wounded two more as a contest, the uncle of one of the men charged testified Wednesday. Timothy Hoey, the uncle of 19-year-old Jake
Four men and one woman were in an apartment at Willowbend Appartments in the 3000 block of south 101st East Avenue between 12:40 and 1 a.m. when two of the men left to go to a store, said Sgt...About five minutes later there was knock on the door,
Nearly eight months after a shooting inside a Woodland bar that injured two people, an Elk Grove man and a Sacramento man were arrested in connection with the incident.The suspects are 34-year-old Marcus Blackmon and 25-year-old Jason Broadbent,
Police have seen an increase in robbery arrests in the previous month compared to crime data from the month before. Data from the Tulsa Police Department show there were 21 robbery arrests between March 19 and April 15 compared with nine arrests
The man was inside a parked truck in the 200 block of East 29th Street North when an argument occurred with a passerby, Sgt...The victim whose name was not released Friday night but who police said was 36 was shot multiple times about 7:15 p.m.
A third person has been arrested in connection with the slaying of a man in southwest Colorado. La Plata County sheriff's officials said Thursday that 19-year-old Shanice O. Smith of Farmington, N.M., is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder.
Brandon Alexander Brady, 19, of Vici is accused of raping the men while staying with them in a room at Double Tree Hotel, 616 W...Police allege that Brady raped one of the men in the shower about 7 p.m. Sunday and raped the other as he was trying to
Jake England and Alvin Watts face murder and hate crime charges in connection with the April 6 shootings that also left two people wounded. They appeared before a judge via a video link from jail to hear the charges against them, said Clark Brewster,
William H. "Bill" Cosby said there is no point in calling George Zimmerman of Sanford, Florida a "racist." What he did say is that the police, the courts, and the judicial system surrounding this case has been horribly un-
Tulsa World Tulsa attorney Clark Brewster held a news conference this afternoon to announce that he will defend Good Friday shootings suspect Jake England. Brewster said he made the decision to provide his service for free after receiving a letter