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N.C. Woman Who Told Police Her Firefighter Husband Died by Suicide Is Charged with Murder
Heather Auman is being held without bond on a first-degree murder charge and has not yet entered a plea
Black Man Paralyzed While Being Transported in Police Van, Officers Seen in Footage Now on Leave
"We're all disheartened by what happened, and I want justice for Randy as well," New Haven's assistant police chief said at a press conference
Alex Murdaugh Accused of Money Laundering as Part of Oxycodone Smuggling Scheme
Alex Murdaugh now faces 81 total charges, and is a person of interest in the shooting deaths of his wife and son
Woman Shot in the Head While Pushing Baby in Stroller on Busy Manhattan Street: Police
The NYPD tells PEOPLE the victim was pushing a stroller with a 3-month-old baby in it when she was fatally shot in the head
Man Allegedly Driving San Antonio Tractor Trailer Charged After the Deaths of 53 People
On Monday, authorities were alerted to a "smuggling event" in which 64 people were suspected of illegally entering the United States
Nipsey Hussle Murder Trial Delayed After Alleged Killer Attacked with Razor Blade in Jail: Lawyer
“He was cut with a razor in the back of his head and received three staples,” public defender Aaron Jansen said
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Mom of Dylan Rounds, Who Vanished from His Remote Utah Farm in May, Tells PEOPLE She Fears He Was Murdered
“Dylan was out building his life,” his mom Candice Cooley tells PEOPLE of her 19-year-old son whose boots and truck were found near land he purchased to make his farming dream come true
Pizza Delivery Driver Fatally Shot as He Stopped to Help 76-Year-Old Gunshot Victim: Police
Two men — an unnamed 76-year-old and 49-year-old Juan Cristalinas — were found in a street in Orange County, Calif., suffering from gunshot wounds
Death Toll of San Antonio Tractor-Trailer Tragedy Rises to 53: Migrants Were 'Abandoned,' Says Archbishop

As of Wednesday afternoon, the death toll increased to 53, while 11 individuals remain hospitalized, according to a spokesperson for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement