Recent violent dating cases

John David Battaglia was executed for the May 2001 killings of his 9-year-old daughter, Faith, and her 6-year-old sister, Liberty. - Police have finally filed murder charges in the death of 3-year-old Mariah Woods, whose body was found in a creek in December, days after her mother said she'd disappeared from her North Carolina home.

The mother's live-in boyfriend, Adolphus Earl Kimrey II—already facing charges including concealing a...

According to the - No arrest has been made in the slayings of three girls under the age of 10 who were found in a home in Clinton, a Maryland suburb of Washington, DC, the AP reports.

An adult family member found the dead children—all with trauma to their bodies—inside the home,...

And now, Obert says, after enduring not only a beating at the hands of her sister, but, worse still, watching Solo appear on national television and paint her son as the aggressor, that relationship is over.

Obert, 43, says she never wanted anything bad to happen to her sister, that she was hoping the case would go away and that prosecutors wouldn't press charges.

- An 18-year-old Ohio woman has been charged with reckless homicide after investigators say they found the remains of her newborn baby buried outside her family home earlier this month.

On July 14, acting on a tip from a doctor's office, police say they found the body of Brooke Skylar...

Fox 17 reports Yhoana Arteaga was on crutches and stuck at home in Goodlettsville last Thursday, having injured her leg in a skating accident...I have great teammates behind me, a great coaching staff, and I'm just honestly really excited for my third World Cup."Solo did give exclusive access to espn W recently, though, for a story that appears in the current edition of ESPN The Magazine and on espn W.In it, Solo again denied assaulting anyone and spoke of her frustration with media coverage of the incident and how she has been portrayed: "From here on out, no matter what happens, I'll forever be associated with domestic violence." Solo, the story details, didn't hesitate to address the June incident when asked about it: "As she revisits the night and its protracted aftermath, Solo begins to cry.In fact, as the 33-year-old Solo prepares to lead the United States into Monday's opening-round match of the World Cup, her case is not over; the facts have never been aired in open court, and she has not been cleared. Over several weeks, Solo declined multiple interview requests for this story.Rather, Solo's case in Kirkland Municipal Court was dismissed by Judge Michael Lambo on procedural grounds, and prosecutors, in a rare move that required city administrator approval, have filed an appeal with the Superior Court of Washington. At a recent press conference promoting the World Cup, Outside the Lines asked her about the case.

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