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State shows evidence in 2009 Craigslist killing

Amid the thousands of pieces of evidence released Thursday in the case of a medical student accused of killing a masseuse he met through the advertising website Craigslist, one stands out as a grisly reminder of the brutality of the crime: a pair of brown leather shoes stained with her blood. Full story

Rookie doctors to work shorter hours

Maximum work shifts for first-year residents are being cut from 24 hours to 16 hours starting in July, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education announced. Full story

Craigslist removes adult services section

Craigslist closed the adult services section of its website, a week after a group of state attorneys general complained about illegal ads promoting prostitution. Full story

Accused 'Craigslist killer' found dead in jail

A former medical student accused of killing a masseuse he met through Craigslist committed suicide in the Boston jail where he was awaiting trial, authorities say. Full story

The doc who rocks

   Dec. 3: An Illinois medical student is churning out catchy tunes which also double as teaching aids. WMAQ's Dick Johnson reports.

Body of trapped spelunker won't be recovered

The popular Utah cave where a 26-year-old medical student died earlier in the week will be closed permanently and his body will not be removed, state and county officials said Friday. Full story

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Craigslist killing suspect indicted by grand jury

Craigslist murder suspect held without bail

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  X-rays reveal unique art

May 22: A medical student is being credited with creating a new art form by using radiology scans to reveal the inner beauty of everyday objects.

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