"How To Kill Someone" Internet Search Helps Police Arrest Texas Wife
Police in Texas say an internet search, basically looking for info on how to get away with murder, is what helped put a wife behind bars. Matt Yurus reports.
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Hard Freeze Warning Until 10AMThe low Wednesday morning is expected to be around 13 degrees.
Man Arrested For Breaking Into Apartment, Sexually Assaulting WomanPolice said 32-year-old Dewayne Turner matched a detailed description the victim gave investigators.
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Man Ejected From Eagles Game Is Charged With Punching HorseA man accused of being ejected from a Philadelphia Eagles playoff game because he was intoxicated and didn't have a ticket and then punching a police horse in the face has been charged with assault. Matt Yurus reports.
Fort Worth Police Looking For Fragrance ThievesOfficers say the men stole $3,300 worth of fragrances from two Walgreen locations. Matt Yurus reports.
Family Of Delphi Girls Murdered Share Their Story On The Today ShowA national TV appearance by relatives of two Delphi girls murdered nearly a year ago brought new attention to the case, and some confusion. Matt Yurus reports.

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Hard Freeze Warning Until 10AMThe low Wednesday morning is expected to be around 13 degrees.
Man Arrested For Breaking Into Apartment, Sexually Assaulting WomanPolice said 32-year-old Dewayne Turner matched a detailed description the victim gave investigators.
Turpin Family Once Lived In North TexasThe couple that had 13 kids and kept them shackled to furniture and malnourished, lived in Rio Vista until about 8 years ago.

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