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Former Power Rangers Star Ricardo Medina Jr. Denies Killing His Roommate with a Sword

Former Power Rangers Star Ricardo Medina Jr. Denies Killing His Roommate with a Sword

Originally posted 09/30/2016 10:30PM

Ricardo Medina Jr., a former Power Rangers actor, denied slaying his roommate with a sword at his arraignment on Friday.

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Remains of North Carolina 13-Year-Old Found After She Vanished 5 Years Ago as Parents Sit in Jail

Originally posted 09/30/2016 04:40PM

Five years after Erica Parsons was last seen, with her disappearance explained away by adoptive parents who said they gave her to a relative and never heard from her again, authorities on Thursday found the 13-year-old North Carolina's girl's skeletal remains in a shallow grave on rural property across the state line in South Carolina, PEOPLE confirms.

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Amanda Knox Considered Suicide and 4 More Things We Learned from Her Netflix Documentary

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Amanda Knox's Netflix Documentary: 5 Things We Learned About Her Case

Originally posted 09/30/2016 04:15PM

When it comes to salacious murder cases, few can come close to the saga of Amanda Knox.

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S.C. School Shooting Suspect, 14, Charged as Juvenile after Allegedly Killing Father and Wounding Three

Originally posted 09/30/2016 02:05PM

The 14-year-old boy who allegedly opened fire Wednesday on an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina, has been charged with murder, PEOPLE confirms.

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Judge Denies Daycare Worker Melissa Calusinski's Request for Trial in Death of 16-Month-Old Illinois Boy

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Judge Denies Daycare Worker Melissa Calusinski's Request for Trial in Death of 16-Month-Old Illinois Boy

Originally posted 09/30/2016 01:35PM

Melissa Calusinski, the daycare worker convicted in 2011 of the first-degree murder of a 16-month-old boy, was denied a new trial Friday by an Illinois judge.

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Autopsy Reveals How American Sisters Died While on Luxury Vacation Abroad

Originally posted 09/30/2016 01:25PM

Two American sisters found unresponsive last week at a luxury resort while vacationing abroad both died of excess fluid in their lungs, which impaired their breathing, according to a report obtained by PEOPLE.

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Steven Avery's First Television Interview Since Making a Murderer Set for Dr. Phil

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Steven Avery's First Television Interview Since Making a Murderer Set for Dr. Phil

Originally posted 09/30/2016 12:10PM

Steven Avery and his new fiancée Lynn Hartman will appear on a special two-part episode of Dr. Phil, airing Monday and Tuesday.

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Why Amanda Knox, and the Prosecutor Who Tried Her for Murder, Agreed to Do Netflix Documentary

Originally posted 09/30/2016 11:50AM

When it comes to those few murder cases that made international headlines – and then kept making them – few are as notorious as the saga of Amanda Knox who, along with then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, was accused and convicted in Italy of the 2007 killing of 21-year-old British student Meredith Kercher.

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6-Year-Old Boy Wounded in South Carolina School Shooting Is on Life Support and 'Fighting for His Life'

Originally posted 09/30/2016 11:40AM

Jacob Hall, one of the students wounded in Wednesday's elementary school shooting in South Carolina, is on life support and in "very critical condition," PEOPLE confirms.

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Author Examines Mob's Possible Role in Murders of JFK, Others in Tale of Jimmy Hoffa's Confessed Killer

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Author Examines Mob's Possible Role in Murders of JFK, Others in Tale of Jimmy Hoffa's Confessed Killer

Originally posted 09/30/2016 09:55AM

Dead men tell tales in Charles Brandt's riveting insider account about organized crime.

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