It might be two weeks before a DeKalb County judge rules whether the man who pleaded guilty to the murder of Northern Illinois University student Toni Keller can change that plea.
There appears to be a plea deal in the works for a 36-year-old DeKalb man about to go on trial for the murder of a Northern Illinois University freshman.
Northern Illinois University will hold a vigil tonight, one year after the body of a missing student was found in a DeKalb park.
The man accused of murdering a Northern Illinois University student will undergo an evaluation by the clinical psychologist.
Prosecutors say William Curl could face death penalty if convicted.
DeKalb authorities are expected to announce murder charges Friday night in the slaying of Northern Illinois University art student Antinette “Toni” Keller, who went missing earlier this month.
A person of interest is being held out of state in connection with the murder of Northern Illinois University student Antinette “Toni” Keller.
A person of interest is being questioned about the homicide of 18-year old Antinette “Toni” Keller.
Newsradio 780 has learned that investigators looking into the case of NIU student Toni Keller have asked a forensic anthropologist in Indianapolis to examine the remains found in a DeKalb park.
Dr. Clyde Snow says “Somebody wanted that body destroyed to obscure identification.”
Hundreds gathered tonight on the campus of NIU in honor of Antinette “Toni” Keller.
Authorities in northwestern DeKalb will provide more information about the disappearance of Northern Illinois University student Antinette “Toni” Keller.
DeKalb residents and students at Northern Illinois University are nervous and anxiously waiting for answers. Is there a killer among them?
Confirmation is expected today for whether the remains found discovered in a park near the Northern Illinois University campus belonged to freshman Antinette “Toni” Keller.
NIU students have been staying connected through social media websites, as they await confirmation about whether remains found off-campus are that of a missing NIU freshman.
The unidentified human remains that were found in a wooded area of Prairie Park in DeKalb were discovered “early in the investigation” of a search for a missing Northern Illinois University student, police confirmed Sunday.
A week has passed since Plainfield teen Antinette “Toni” Keller, 18, was last seen, and her friends and family have faith she will be found safe, and soon.
Officials at Northern Illinois University say the DeKalb County Major Case Squad has assumed lead of the investigation into the disappearance of a NIU student.
It has been a week since 18-year-old Toni Keller of Plainfield disappeared.
A Northwestern Illinois student has been missing for six days.