families of the victims protest Benetton murder felon ads
NYP2000021604- 16 FEBRUARY 2000- NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA: John Peebles stands next to his son Edward picture while holding a magazine featuring Benetton clothing controversal "We On Death Row" ad using the image of his sons murder William Jones during a, February 16, demonstration outside the corporate offices of Benetton USA in New York City. ep/Ezio Petersen UPI
A house fire in East Liverpool, Ohio, Saturday killed a father and his three young sons, authorities said.
A Washington state retiree said he is swamped with Internet orders for Winkers, pants that wink while the wearer walks.
Police in Florida say a car theft suspect was arrested after his alleged victim saw the missing vehicle posted for sale on Web site Craigslist.
A Virginia lawyer testified recently that 10 years ago he witnessed prosecutors coach a co-defendant into testimony that put a man on death row.
The inventor of Nautilus exercise equipment and exotic animal collector Arthur A. Jones has died in his Ocala, Fla., home at the age of 80.
Prosecutors in Calhoun, Ga., will seek the death penalty for a man accused of killing four members of his former girlfriend's family.
Researchers in Washington state have found that data stored on paper is more likely to be misplaced than data stored on computers.
Three north Georgia children who survived four murders and their own kidnapping were reunited with their mother Friday.
A man suspected of killing four people and abducting three girls apparently shot himself during a police pursuit in Calhoun, Ga., Thursday.
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