• DA: OK to test evidence from 1992 'Fatal Attraction' trial

    3 days ago - By Wood TV

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Prosecutors in New York have consented to DNA testing of evidence from the 1992 trial of so-called “Fatal Attraction” killer Carolyn Warmus, who was paroled two years ago after serving 27 years in prison for the murder of her lover's wife.
    Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah consented on Monday to the testing of three pieces of evidence used to convict Warmus in the 1989 death of Betty Jeanne Solomon, who was shot nine times in her home in suburban Greenburgh. The new development in the case was first reported in the Journal News .
    Warmus and the victim's...
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  • Trial Underway for Iowa Woman Charged with Husband's 2011 Death

    Trial Underway for Iowa Woman Charged with Husband's 2011 Death

    3 days ago - By Who TV

    ELKADER, Iowa - Trial has begun for a northeastern Iowa woman accused of killing her husband a decade ago.
    The first-degree murder trial of Revette Sauser, 52, of Ryan, began this week, television station KCRG reported. She's accused of fatally shooting 59-year-old Terry Sauser in their Ryan home in April 2011.
    The following year, Revette Sauser pleaded guilty to kidnapping, voluntary manslaughter and going armed with intent in a deal with prosecutors, and was sentenced to 40 years in prison. She had served nine of those years when the Iowa Supreme Court sent her case back to the trial...
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  • America's new normal: A degree hotter than two decades ago

    America's new normal: A degree hotter than two decades ago

    3 days ago - By Wood TV

    America's new normal temperature is a degree hotter than it was just two decades ago.
    Scientists have long talked about climate change - hotter temperatures, changes in rain and snowfall and more extreme weather - being the “new normal.” Data released Tuesday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration put hard figures on the cliche.
    The new United States normal is not just hotter, but wetter in the eastern and central parts of the nation and considerably drier in the West than just a decade earlier.
    Meteorologists calculate climate normals based on 30 years of data to limit the...
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