FBI gets tips about Alaska serial killer PORT ANGELES, Wash. — The FBI has received about 100 phone calls since asking the public for information about late Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes. But FBI special agent Jolene Goeden of Anchorage said this week that none of those calls has connected ... 01/1/2014 - 1:20 pm | View Link
FBI releases updated timeline of AK serial killer a confessed Alaska serial killer who is believed to have killed 11 people before committing suicide in his jail cell last year. The timeline sheds some new light on a mysterious case that left a trail of unsolved killings around the country. The FBI ... 08/14/2013 - 2:38 am | View Link
Alaska serial killer tied to 11 deaths Federal agents have linked 11 killings to admitted serial killer Israel Keyes and are investigating his possible relation to many more. Keyes killed himself in his prison cell in December about nine months after he was arrested in the slaying of Samantha ... 08/13/2013 - 5:21 am | View Link
Alaska serial killer tied to at least 11 deaths, FBI says a confessed Alaska serial killer who is believed to have killed 11 people before committing suicide in his jail cell last year. The timeline sheds some new light on a mysterious case that left a trail of unsolved killings around the country. FBI spokesman ... 08/13/2013 - 4:40 am | View Link
Alaska Serial Killer Linked to 11 Murders in New Timeline From FBI Admitted Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who committed suicide in his jail cell last year, has been linked to 11 murders around the U.S. and may possibly have ties to homicides in other countries, the FBI announced Monday. A new timeline sheds some ... 08/13/2013 - 1:31 am | View Link
Profile of Serial Killer Israel Keyes Serial killer Israel Keyes admitted he killed at least eight people during trips throughout the United States, but investigators believe there are more. 07/24/2016 - 10:38 am | View Website
LiveLeak.com The FBI and Anchorage police released surveillance video of 18-year old Samantha Koenig being kidnapped from the Common Grounds coffee stand where she worked on the ... 07/22/2016 - 4:16 pm | View Website
Lovely Bones' Stanley Tucci Portrays Pedophile Serial ... 'Lovely Bones' film draws from criminal profiling of FBI agent John Douglas, the 'Mind Hunter' 07/21/2016 - 6:48 pm | View Website
Robert Hansen, A Serial Killer in Alaska A Serial Killer in Alaska by Murray Lundberg Originally published on February 11, 2000 To big game hunter Robert Hansen, Alaska was paradise. But for his victims, it ... 07/20/2016 - 7:39 pm | View Website
Serial Killer Which Cop Show has one not appeared in? A Serial Killer is defined as someone who commits multiple murders, out of some kind of mental or sexual compulsion … 07/20/2016 - 7:18 pm | View Website
(MOSCOW) — Russia and the Syrian government will open humanitarian corridors in Syria’s embattled city of Aleppo and offer a way out for opposition fighters wanting to lay down their arms, Russia’s defense minister Sergei Shoigu announced on Thursday.
The announcement came as Syria’s President Bashar Assad offered a general amnesty for rebels who give up their weapons and surrender to authorities over the next three months.
Syrian government forces and allied troops have encircled the main rebel enclave in the city of Aleppo, urging fighters there to surrender.
(BIG SUR, California) — Firefighters are bracing for hotter weather and lower humidity in the area near Big Sur where a wildfire has destroyed 34 homes and killed a bulldozer driver working to contain the massive blaze.
Cooler temperatures gave the more than 3,000 fire crews working around the clock a brief respite Wednesday but forecasters say Thursday and Friday will bring temperatures in the upper 80s with light winds and low humidity.
Another 10 outbuildings also have been razed by the blaze that has charred 37 square miles (93 sq.
The families of the 14 prisoners on death row in Indonesia have been told to prepare for executions, which will reportedly go ahead Thursday night.
The inmates, believed to be four Indonesians, six Nigerians, two Zimbabweans, one Indian and one Pakistani, are currently being held at Nusa Kambangan prison island, the Guardian reports.
A court in northwestern Brazil has frozen more than $11 million worth of assets belonging to Facebook, a public prosecutor said Wednesday, following the social media giant’s failure to provide the court with data on users of its messaging service Whatsapp.
The $11.7 million in funds was frozen after Facebook declined to provide data on Whatsapp users under criminal investigation, prosecutor Alexandre Jabur told Reuters.
A North Korean defector has reportedly sought refuge at the South Korean consulate in Hong Kong, according to local media outlets.
The individual, who has not been identified, arrived in Hong Kong two weeks ago, and is understood to be part of a North Korean delegation competing in an academic competition at a local university, the South China Morning Post reports.
The security presence around the consulate, located near Hong Kong’s government headquarters close to the central business district, has intensified in recent days, the Post reports.