WDBJ-7 journalists Adam Ward and Alison Parker were fatally shot while producing a live broadcast Wednesday morning in Moneta, Va.
The case has revealed a controversial tradition at the elite New Hampshire school.
In what were largely symbolic proceedings, victims, survivors, and family members spoke prior to Holmes sentencing.
Kevan Fagan is the first juror to speak publicly. The official list of jurors names remains sealed, pending the defense attorneys' motion for a new trial.
The new municipal judge says he is making the changes to restore confidence in the system and ease the burden on poor defendants.
Some 100 witnesses, including survivors, victims' families, and responders, are scheduled to testify in the final phase of sentencing over the next three days.
Two Iowa men are facing charges of firearms possession relating to a plot to attack the Pokemon World Championships in Boston.
Drivers restrained and arrested a man with a shotgun suspected of shooting a state trooper in Louisiana Sunday afternoon.
The results of an autopsy done on Mansur Ball-Bey’s body seem to contradict police accounts of a fatal shooting earlier this week.
Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser, who were 12 years old at the time of the crime, have both been charged as adults with attempted first-degree homicide.
Jamyla Bolden was shot while doing her homework on Tuesday night when someone fired bullets into her home.
Police say 18-year-old Mansur Ball-Be pulled a gun on police before officers fatally shot him on Wednesday. Protesters questioned whether law enforcement could have done more to deescalate the situation.
Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy announced Wednesday that she will not press charges against Mitchell Quinn, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer who shot and killed Terrance Kellom during a raid.
The mentally ill Texas man was arrested in Wichita, Kansas, in 1976, a few days after the murder of the 55-year-old Eunice Lowe about 100 miles southwest of Houston.
Authorities in northern Mississippi are searching for a man who managed to take a police officer's gun and shoot him early Wednesday.
When Jonathan Ferrell wrecked his car two years ago and went to a home seeking help, the homeowner, afraid someone was trying to break in, called 911. When police arrived, Officer Randall Kerrick fatally shot him 12 times.