Black fades to burgundy, to deep purple. Purple dulls to blue. A series of photos captured the injuries to Katie’s left eye, initially swollen shut, as the bruises encircling it faded and the swelling receded.
American champion Sha'Carri Richardson cannot run in the Olympic 100-meter race after testing positive for a chemical found in marijuana.
R. Kelly has confirmed he wants to part ways with two of his criminal defense lawyers, just weeks before the start of his New York trial on se…
Daniel Minton, 22, of Lenoir was found guilty on two charges Thursday afternoon in connection with two shooting deaths from nearly four years ago.
Jury deliberations continued in a double-homicide trial at the Catawba County Courthouse on Wednesday.
The jury heard closing arguments in a double-homicide trial on Tuesday at the Catawba County Courthouse.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have reportedly been awarded joint custody over their children, as Brad is said to be “so relieved” to be able to “spend more time” with his brood.
The trial of a Hickory man charged in a March 2016 double homicide in Claremont will likely kick off next week, District Attorney Scott Reilly said.
The trial of a Lenoir man charged in an August 2017 double homicide at the Ridgecrest Apartments in Hickory began this week.
A suspect in the shooting deaths of Branique McKnight and Janarion Knox turned down a plea deal Monday and is scheduled for a trial by jury.
Channing Tatum has asked a judge to set a trial date to settle the financial terms of his divorce from ex-wife Jenna Dewan.
The case against Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death is expected to head to the jury after closing arguments Monday. Here are key trial moments.
Later in the trial, Nelson questioned a defense witness about whether Floyd might have taken drugs as officers approached.
Catch up on key events and who's who in the trial of ex-police officer Derek Chauvin, accused of killing a handcuffed George Floyd last May by pinning his knee on the 46-year-old Black man’s neck, sparking national outrage.
Harvey Weinstein is appealing to have the conviction in his sexual assault trial in New York last year overturned, as he claims he didn't get a fair trial.