Irving man kills woman for failing to tell him she has HIV, police say An Irving man told police he killed a woman Thursday because she failed to tell him she had the AIDS virus before they had sex. “She killed me, so I killed her,” Larry Dunn told police, according to case records. Dunn, 36, is being held in the Dallas ... 09/7/2012 - 3:27 pm | View Link
A snow and ice storm headed for the Northeast was expected to slow weekend travel by air, rail and highway and had utilities and airports on alert.
A saltwater solution applied to roads before storms won't work now because temperatures are too low and the saltwater would freeze, said Kevin Nursick, spokesman at the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
Residents are urged to prepare for the incoming winter storm by planning ahead and following the advice of our public safety officials.
In a statement, Ted Jankowski, director of public safety, health and welfare also urged residents to plan ahead.
Snow, sleet and ice conditions will occur and the loss of electrical power can be expected.Â I ask residents to use caution when traveling.Â Being prepared and understanding how to react to hazards and the risks associated with a winter storm are vital to one's safety.
THOMSON -- A Dearing man pleaded guilty Friday to the 2011 slaying of his ex-wife who was dragged several miles after her death and was sentenced to two consectutive life terms in prison.
Ricky Charles Wells, 45, will be eligible for parole in 60 years.
His trial had been expected in January in McDuffie County Superior Court, but Wells pleaded guilty Friday to the death of Jennifer Kitchens Wells, 36, of Gibson, Ga.
Trayvon Martin's parents met with publishers this week about a potential book about their son, the unarmed teenager fatally shot in Sanford last year whose case sparked nationwide outrage, according to a New York Times report.