A man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to kidnapping and killing three women whose bodies were found wrapped in trash bags earlier this month.Full story
EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio (Reuters) - An Ohio man charged with kidnapping and murdering three women whose bodies were found wrapped in plastic bags was ordered held on $6 million bail on Monday, as police investigated the possibility of other victims. Full story
A bond hearing was held for Dominick Jerome Hawkins Thursday afternoon in Manatee county. He is accused of kidnapping and raping a 5-year-old girl on Monday. Full story
The Cleveland kidnapping victims break their silence, questioning the pilots in the San Francisco plane crash and country singer Randy Travis is in critical condition.
Psychologist Wendy Walsh joins Rev. Sharpton to discuss the new video released by the Cleveland kidnapping victims and talk about how their recovery might be progressing.
TODAY contributor Dr. Gail Saltz discusses the first public video appearance made by kidnapping victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, as well as their recovery process, calling the video a “very smart” move.
For the first time since they were rescued from a home in Cleveland, the three kidnapping victims who were kept captive for a decade are speaking out in a YouTube video. NBC’s Jeff Rossen reports and Clint Van Zandt discusses the video.
Ariel Castro was arraigned on rape, aggravated murder and kidnapping charges Wednesday at a hearing where he plead not guilty head bowed. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.
Ariel Castro, 53, walks into the court room with his head down for a pre-trial hearing on charges including rape, kidnapping and murder in Cleveland, Ohio July 24, 2013. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk
Ariel Castro, 53, looks up for just a moment as he addresses the judge while sitting between his attorneys Jaye Schlachet and Craig Weintraub during his pre-trial hearing on charges including rape, kidnapping and murder in Cleveland, Ohio July 24, 2013. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk
Michael Madison, 35, is pictured in this East Cleveland Police Department booking photo released on July 23, 2013. Madison was arraigned on Monday on three counts of kidnapping and three counts of aggravated murder - a crime that carries a maximum penalty of death. REUTERS/East Cleveland Police Dep