A multijurisdictional murder case started, it appears, when Broward sheriff's deputies responded to a Crimestoppers tip that a red Mazda truck left at the Greyhound bus stop in Fort Lauderdale was involved in a murder. The truck was registered to 76-year-old Tommy Lee Kellum of Lake City, Florida. A ... More >>
An undated photo of Xiu Ping Jiang provided to the TimesXiu Ping Jiang: It's not a household name, and it would have never been a newsworthy name except for the day when that woman's ex-husband took two handguns to an immigration office in Binghampton, New York, where he killed 13 students before ki ... More >>
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