CANTON, Ga. (AP) — A man accused of killing eight people, mostly women of Asian descent, at Atlanta-area massage businesses pleaded guilty to murder Tuesday in four of the killings and was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.
Chad Daybell made his first appearance in Idaho court Wednesday on three murder charges in connection with the deaths of his late wife and his new wife's two children.
House Bill 244 proposed revising state law to remove mention of a specific drug, replacing it with a fast-acting substance “sufficient to cause death.”
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Roosevelt County Attorney Austin Knudsen told the Montana Supreme Court on Friday he is withdrawing intent to pursue the death penalty against a man charged in the strangulation death of his girlfriend.
A district judge told the Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday that his orders allowing prosecutors to seek the death penalty in a deliberate homicide case should stand.
A Roosevelt County man charged with deliberate homicide in the strangulation death of his girlfriend is asking the Montana Supreme Court to take the death penalty off the table.
Prosecutors in Natrona County will ask again that Dale Wayne Eaton be put to death for the 1988 killing of Lisa Marie Kimmell.
Gallatin County prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a West Yellowstone woman accused of beating, torturing and killing her 12-year-old grandson.
The request is the latest in a series of appeals Dale Wayne Eaton has made since his 2004 conviction for crimes committed in 1988 against Lisa Marie Kimmell.
A Wyoming prosecutor plans to seek the death penalty for the rape and killing of a Montana woman more than 30 years ago.
In Dayton, six of the nine killed were black, police said. Although they'll investigate the possibility of a hate crime, they said the quick timing of the violence made any discrimination in the shooting seem unlikely. The victims' killer was white.
John Paul Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court for nearly 35 years before retiring in 2010, has died. He was 99.
BOZEMAN — A jury trial for a Montana man accused of fatally shooting his female roommate is set to begin in March.
State Sen. Albert Olszewski, who ran in the Republican U.S. Senate primary last year, announced Wednesday he's joining the race for governor in 2020.
Early pieces of the state budget started shaping up at the Legislature over the last week and a looming transmittal deadline for general bills has some lawmakers watching the clock.
A legislative committee has rejected bills that sought to limit or overturn the death penalty in Montana.
A lawmaker wants to abolish the death penalty in Montana, saying it's financially irresponsible to spend more money on the high-cost cases since prisoners in the state cannot be put to death and end up serving what amounts to life-in-prison sentences.
A Montana lawmaker wants to require prosecutors to provide indisputable biological proof that a person committed a capital crime before that person can be sentenced to death.
The state of Montana is no longer seeking the death penalty for Lloyd Barrus, the man charged with accessory to deliberate homicide of Broadwater County Sheriff's Deputy Mason Moore in 2017.
HUNTSVILLE, Texas — A Texas prisoner accused of four killings and at least nine rapes was executed Wednesday for a 1979 rape and murder in Houston that went unsolved for two decades until he confessed.
The man accused of being an accessory in the 2017 shooting death of Broadwater County sheriff’s deputy Mason Moore will not be going to trial any time soon.
As the primary in the U.S. Senate race moves closer, one of the deepest divides between candidates has opened over the issue of the death penalty.
Loss strikes in sudden strokes.