In a startling turn, Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized for the lethal attack for the first time Wednesday just before a judge formally sentenced him to death.
A judge has approved prosecutors’ request for a second psychological exam for a southern Minnesota teen accused of plotting an attack at his school. The exam was ordered by the judge in determining whether to charge the 18-year-old from Waseca as an adult. He was 17 when he was arrested last year. Waseca police say they found him in a storage unit with bomb-making materials and a plan to kill his family and attack his high school.
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Three more people have been charged in connection with what investigators are calling a 17-year-old Waseca boy’s plot to kill his family and stage a Columbine-like attack on his school. According to the Waseca Police Department, two 17-year-old males and a 40-year-old man all face criminal charges.
A 17-year-old Waseca boy is back in court Wednesday, addressing charges that he plotted to kill his family and then stage a Columbine-like attack on his school.
Has the media and law enforcement learned any lessons from the Olympic bombing in 1996?
As the hunt for those responsible for Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon intensifies, school counselor Sam Nordby is back at work.
In what could be major break in the Boston Marathon case, investigators are on the hunt for a man seen in a department store surveillance video dropping off a bag at the site of the bombings, a local politician said Wednesday.
Minnesotans are known for being active, so it’s no surprise that out of about 27 thousand runners at Monday’s Boston Marathon, 539 of those registered to run are from right here in Minnesota.
A Twin Cities man whose brother died in the Pan Am 103 bombing is feeling closure from the capture (and possible death) of Moammar Gaddafi.
Opening statements are set to start in the trial of two Minnesota women accused of funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia.
Rob Berrell’s brother, Steve, was a junior at Syracuse University coming back for Christmas after a semester abroad. He was 20 years old and one of 35 students to die when Pan Am Flight 103 was bombed in 1988.
A Wisconsin farmer has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for setting pipe bombs in charter boats in Kewaunee in 2009.