The Steubenville rape trial that gripped the nation earlier this year may be over, but the case is far from solved.
Months after two teenage football players from Steubenville High School in Ohio were convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl last year, a grand jury is indicting the daughter of a school employee who is accused of obstructing the rape investigation.
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) --A soft spot for those doing hard time.
Alex DeMetrick reports inmates who are military veterans are using their time behind bars to help make life a little easier for wounded vets with some four-legged help.
The Maryland prison in Hagerstown houses inmates doing serious time for serious crimes. But locked up doesn't necessarily mean shut off.
ABINGTON (CBS) -- Police are looking for a robbery suspect with what seems to be a dependence on energy drinks.
Abington Police say earlier this month, a man broke into a motor vehicle and stole a wallet containing the owner's debit card.
The suspect then went to a Wal-Mart in Raynham, Shaws, and Stop & Shop in Brockton to buy what they are calling "a large quantity" of Red Bull Energy drinks at each store.
BALTIMORE(WJZ) – Baltimore City Police are investigating whether students at REACH! Partnership School ingested cookies laced with a drug.
Christie Illeto reports one parent says her daughter tested positive for marijuana after eating a cookie.
Cookies made with a drug-- that’s what Baltimore City Police believe a group of students at REACH! Partnership School ingested earlier this week during school hours.
Roland Martin talks with Dr. Janna Andrews and singer Kelly Price about breast cancer’s impact on Black women. White women are more likely to get a diagnosis, but the disease is more likely to end in death for Black women — 41 percent more likely, according to the CDC, said Andrews.
“When black women are getting their mammograms and abnormal there is a delay between that abnormal mammogram and having a biopsy,” the oncologist explained.
DANVERS (CBS) --- Police are continuing to investigate the murder of math teacher Colleen Ritzer at Danvers High School Tuesday.
Sources told WBZ-TV's Karen Anderson Thursday that a box cutter was used to kill Ritzer and her body was carried out of the school in a recycling bin.
Student Rania Rhaddaoui tells WBZ-TV that Ritzer had spoken to student Philip Chism during a last period math class Tuesday.
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The Food and Drug Administration is trying to find out why close to 600 dogs that ate jerky treats died and are asking pet owners and veterinarians to help them figure out what's causing the illness. The problem appears to be tied to dog treats made in China, which were sold under a wide variety of brand names, with reports received of illnesses in 3,600 dogs and 10 cats in the U.S., with 580 dog deaths.