Hernandez Found Not Guilty In Boston Double MurderEx-NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been acquitted in a Boston double slaying that prosecutors said was fueled by his anger over a spilled drink at a nightclub.
Jury Begins Deliberations In Second Hernandez Murder TrialA jury has begun its deliberations in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez.
Trial to Begin For Connecticut Man Accused of Killing MotherA Connecticut man accused of beating his 76-year-old mother to death nearly two years ago is preparing to go on trial.
'Simple Bump' Led Aaron Hernandez To Kill 2, Prosecutor SaysThe murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is underway in Boston.
Pats OC May Be Called In Hernandez Murder TrialNew court documents indicate that New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels might be called as a witness in the upcoming double murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez.
Request DeniedCellphone contents will not be suppressed at double murder trial
Murder Trial Of Street Gang Member To ContinueCharged in the killing of a Windsor man in 2011
Report: Hernandez Calls Hacked Before 1st Murder TrialA newspaper is reporting that former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had his jailhouse phone calls hacked when he was being held ahead of his murder trial, and prosecutors weren't told.
Man Accused Of Killing Wife To Undergo Competency EvaluationA New London judge has ordered a competency evaluation for a Norwich man accused of killing his pregnant wife and setting their apartment on fire.
Man Found Guilty In Rape, Murder Of Manchester WomanA 23-year-old Connecticut man has been convicted of raping and fatally beating a Manchester woman before setting her body on fire in a January 2014 attack.
Opening Statements Made In Hernandez Friend's Murder TrialThe prosecution and the defense have given opening statements in the murder trial of a friend of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Murder Trial Of Hernandez Friend Gets UnderwayJury selection in the murder trial of a friend of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is getting started.