James E. Holmes dedicated the brown spiral notebook, filled with plans for mayhem and the philosophical rantings of a seemingly unhinged mind, to his family: “To Goober Chrissy Bobbo Love yuhs.”
Day 18 of the Aurora, Colo., shooting trial was an exercise in the old adage: The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.
Staff Sgt. Marcos Jimenez steeled himself for the task ahead, one of the most difficult he had faced in nearly four years.
Police in the Washington state capital arrested two demonstrators overnight when protests following an officer-involved shooting became unruly, a spokesman for the Olympia Police Department said Friday.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee declared a statewide drought Friday — citing historically low snowpack, dwindling rivers and rising temperatures that have plunged nearly the entire West Coast into official emergency status.
The yellow ribbons still circle trees and light posts along leafy Madison Street, but the hope they symbolize is gone. The families of two 19-year-olds missing in Nepal say they now believe the longtime friends died in the devastating April 25 earthquake.
First came an urgent message on the neighborhood social networking site, five days after the massive earthquake shook Nepal, killing thousands:
The first week of testimony in the Aurora, Colo., theater rampage trial underscored the full horror of the 2012 attack that left 12 people dead and 70 wounded.