Lois Riess Charged In Minnesota For Death Of HusbandA Minnesota woman who triggered a nationwide manhunt a year ago has been charged in her husband's murder in Dodge County.
Lois Riess, Accused Of Killing Husband & Woman, Makes Florida Court AppearanceLois Riess, the Minnesota woman who triggered a nationwide manhunt a year ago, was in a Florida courtroom Wednesday.
Minnesota AG To Review Case Of Lois Riess, Accused In 2 DeathsThe Minnesota Attorney General's office will review the case of a woman accused of killing her husband in southern Minnesota, then fleeing to Florida and killing a woman there.
Accused Of 2 Killings, Lois Riess To Make Court Appearance In FloridaLois Riess is currently in custody in Fort Myers Beach. The 56-year-old is due before a judge Thursday for a case management conference.
Lois Riess Waives Her Right To A Speedy TrialA Minnesota woman has waived her right to a speedy trial, as she faces accusations of murder in two states.
Florida Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty For Lois RiessFlorida prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against a Minnesota women, Lois Riess, who killed her husband and a Florida woman this past spring.
Sheriff: Charges In Minnesota Man's Killing Still PendingDodge County Sheriff Scott Rose said Wednesday the prosecutor continues reviewing the investigative file of Lois Riess.
Documents Detail Journey Of MN Woman Accused Of Killing HusbandLois Riess' saga began in late March, when David Riess, 54, was found dead at the couple's Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, home.
Lois Riess Set To Be Arraigned In Florida MondayThe Blooming Prairie woman is accused of killing a woman who looked like her in Fort Myers to steal her identity.
Judge Orders Lois Riess To Be Held Without BailA Florida grand jury indicted Lois Riess with multiple crimes, including first-degree murder, grand theft auto and stealing the identity of a dead person.
Florida Grand Jury Indicts Minnesota Grandmother For 1st Degree MurderA Minnesota grandmother who spurred a cross-country manhunt earlier this year will be tried for first degree murder in Florida.