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Ky. (AP) — A southern Kentucky woman who pleaded guilty but mentally ill to cutting a baby boy from his mother's womb then leaving the woman to die is scheduled for sentencing in Bowling Green. Kathy Coy of Morgantown agreed to a
Ky. (AP) — An infant born prematurely in a violent attack on his mother 10 months ago is learning to walk, beginning to talk and bears a bittersweet resemblance to the slain woman. Friday was a sad but important date for the boy'
The Daily News, firstname.lastname@example.org /783-3243 Thursday, June 9, 2011 11:29 AM CDT A Warren County grand jury returned a five-count indictment Wednesday against a Morgantown woman who is accused of an April fetal abduction that resulted in the
If Jamie Stice of Bowling Green hadn't been expecting, she might have never crossed paths with Kathy Coy, a twice-divorced mother of two teens living in Morgantown and trying to make another go of a relationship with her latest ex-husband, Shannon
Macey Merideth, 9, of Bowling Green, looks over signed cards after signing them herself four times during Thursday's fundraiser for the family of Jamie Stice at the Skatebox. Stice was killed earlier this month and her baby was removed from her womb.
Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky State police investigator has testified that a woman who is charged with murder and kidnapping used a stun gun to subdue an expectant mother before killing her and cutting the baby from her body. Det. Chad
Ky. (AP) Friends gathered to remember a pregnant woman who was killed last week and collect donations for her infant son. Brandi McAddo hosted a memorial shower -- in lieu of an already planned baby shower -- for friends and family on Saturday to
April 18, 2011, Oakland, Kentucky]------A pregnant 21 year old was murdered and her baby cut from her uterus by a woman she met on Facebook. This shocking brutal crime unfolded when Jamie Stice was befriended by 33 year old
Jamie Stice was looking forward to motherhood and planned to be with her friends for her baby shower on Saturday, a date she had selected. What was supposed to have been a joyful occasion became a bittersweet gathering at the South Sunrise Drive home
Ky. (AP) — The infant son of a pregnant woman slain this week is in good health at a Kentucky hospital. Bowling Green Medical Center spokeswoman Doris Thomas says the infant boy was in stable condition on Friday. Police have