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  • Two bodies found at Glendora carwash following possible fight

    Two bodies found at Glendora carwash following possible fight
    Glendora police are investigating the deaths of two men whose bodies were found early Thursday morning at a carwash. The Glendora Police Department was notified around 2 a.m. Thursday of a possible fight occurring near the intersection of Vermont Avenue...
  • Debbie Rowe: Michael Jackson used propofol to sleep in the 1990s

    Debbie Rowe: Michael Jackson used propofol to sleep in the 1990s
    Describing the King of Pop as being "at the end of his rope," Michael Jackson's ex-wife on Wednesday testified that the singer twice used the powerful anesthetic propofol as a sleep aid in the 1990s. Debbie Rowe's testimony in a Los Angeles courtroom...
  • Cold case arrest: 9-year-old girl hid while father fatally shot

    Cold case arrest: 9-year-old girl hid while father fatally shot
    As a 9-year-old girl, Esmeralda Pena hid behind a refrigerator at the family's small grocery store as a man shot and killed her father during a botched robbery attempt. Twenty-three years later, the memories of her father's lifeless body still haunt...
  • Debbie Rowe: Jackson felt like Elephant Man, chose to 'depigment' skin

    Debbie Rowe: Jackson felt like Elephant Man, chose to 'depigment' skin
    Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe returned to the witness stand Thursday, crying as she described the singer “begging for relief” from medical issues and treatments she said were “horribly painful.” It was the second...
  • Hannah Anderson's mother, brother were tortured, warrants say

    Hannah Anderson's mother, brother were tortured, warrants say
    SAN DIEGO -- Search warrants unsealed Wednesday provided graphic details about the abduction of Hannah Anderson and the slaying of her mother and brother. The warrants said the mother and son were tortured but did not elaborate. This occurred before...
  • Michael Jackson thought his face was disfigured, Debbie Rowe says

    Michael Jackson thought his face was disfigured, Debbie Rowe says
    After 3 1/2 months of sometimes tedious testimony from medical experts and accountants, the  Michael Jackson wrongful-death trial took a deeply personal turn this week as the singer’s ex-wife provided emotional testimony about his eccentric life and...
  • Debbie Rowe reveals personal moments with Michael Jackson

    Debbie Rowe reveals personal moments with Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe smiled -- and at times sobbed -- as she testified Thursday about her memories of her former husband, offering one of the most intimate looks at the intensely private pop star during a 3½-month trial focused on his...
  • Paris Jackson 'in a good place,' grandma Katherine Jackson says

    Paris Jackson 'in a good place,' grandma Katherine Jackson says
    Paris Jackson is much better than when we last checked in on her, grandma Katherine Jackson says. "She is in a good place, getting the help she needs," the Jackson family matriarch told Hello! magazine in an exclusive interview. "She is doing much...
  • Man who vouched for Conrad Murray testifies at Michael Jackson trial

    Man who vouched for Conrad Murray testifies at Michael Jackson trial
    A man who worked security for Michael Jackson testified Wednesday that he introduced the singer to Conrad Murray, the doctor who later administered the fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol to the singer more than two years later. Jeffrey Adams...
  • Anesthesiologist testifies Jackson wanted him to go on tour

    Anesthesiologist testifies Jackson wanted him to go on tour
    Dr. David Adams is a Las Vegas anesthesiologist who had put Michael Jackson under four times for dental procedures. There were no complications, and the two had engaged in small talk. Then on a Sunday in late March 2009, as he was getting ready to go...
  • After four months, Michael Jackson wrongful death case nears end

    After four months, Michael Jackson wrongful death case nears end
    After more than four months of testimony, the Michael Jackson wrongful death case could finally go to the jury later this month. Court clerk Neli Raya said she expects the case willl be handed to the jury in about 2 1/2 weeks. Marvin Putnam,...