Could a serial killer be responsible for the shooting deaths of three men whose bodies were found in Detroit streets?
A man charged in a series of stabbings in a Michigan city in 2010 will face no additional trials unless his first murder conviction is overturned on appeal.
One of Detroit’s most high-profile investigators will find himself in the spotlight Thursday night, all because of his work that helped put a serial killer behind bars.
A man suspected of fatally stabbing five men and wounding nine others in and around the Michigan city of Flint two summers ago was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder in the first case to go to trial.
Trial begins Tuesday for an Israeli-born man in the first murder case to come from a series of mysterious stabbings that left the city of Flint terrorized nearly two years ago.
Under a newly introduced House bill, people convicted of animal cruelty would have to pay a $50 fee to register in a data base with their name, photo and address.
A jury that hears the first murder trial linked to a 2010 stabbing spree in Michigan will be allowed to consider evidence of the other attacks, a judge said Friday.
The uncle of a man charged in a series of stabbings helped his nephew try to flee the country after hearing he had been involved in an assault, according to newly unsealed court records.
Forty-two years ago, George Nolan confessed to strangling a 36-year-old woman during a rape in her car. His trial began Monday.
Mental-health issues still are unresolved in the case of the suspected Flint serial stabber.