Murder Trial To Begin 17 Years After Bedford Park Woman's DeathNearly five years after his arrest, a man, accused of killing a Bedford Park woman 17 years ago will go on trial.
Jury Selection Continues In Trial Of Man In Scholar's DeathBrendt Christensen is charged in the death of Yingying Zhang, who disappeared in June 2017. Federal prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Christensen.
Jury Expected Next Week In Chinese Scholar's Slaying TrialThe case has garnered enormous interest in China and among Chinese students in the U.S. Several Chinese diplomats are attending the Peoria trial.
Illinois Man Set For Trial In Missing Chinese Scholar CaseA former University of Illinois graduate student is set to stand trial in the 2017 disappearance and suspected killing of a visiting scholar from China.
Claus von Bulow, Cleared In Attempted Murder Of Wife, DiesThe tall, aristocratic von Bulow was charged with putting his wife, Martha "Sunny" von Bulow, into an irreversible coma to gain her fortune so he could live with his mistress, a raven-haired soap opera actress.
Kutcher Testifies About Knocking On Slain Woman's DoorKutcher said he told detectives the next day he knew his fingerprints were on the door and he was "freaking out."
Missing Chinese Scholar's Parents Arrive In US For TrialTheir daughter, Yingying Zhang, vanished from the Urbana-Champaign campus in June 2017. Former student Brendt Christensen is charged with killing Zhang, whose body hasn't been found.
Man Acquitted In Murder Of Boy Found In West Side LagoonTestifying in his own defense, Kamel Harris claimed he was caring for Knox, but handed the boy over to three people with the approval of the boy's mother.
Brendt Christensen, Accused Of Murdering Chinese Scholar YingYing Zhang, Heads To TrialThe man charged with murder in the 2017 death of Chinese scholar Ying Ying Zhang is going to trial.
Van Dyke Trial Day 8: Five Fast FactsChicago police officer Jason Van Dyke’s murder trial for killing Laquan McDonald is over for the week after four days of the defense presenting evidence.
Officer Jason Van Dyke Interviews With Chicago Tribune Ahead Of Murder TrialVan Dyke wants the trial moved because of all the publicity; meantime, his face is plastered all over the Chicago Tribune as part of his interview with the newspaper.