Explore The World Of Emergency Dispatch In These Movies And TV Shows

Before “911 Crisis Center” returns to Oxygen, check out the many movies and TV series about the dramatic world of emergency dispatchers. Oxygen series “911 Crisis Center” chronicles the crew in action at Chagrin Valley Dispatch, an emergency communications center in Ohio. Each call at this busy hub could be a matter of life and death.

Investigative Report Details Alabama Man's 'Lengthy And Painful' Execution

An independent review is shedding light on the protocol surrounding the execution of an Alabama death row inmate, according to a report. The protocol behind Joe Nathan James Jr.’s lethal injection on July 28 was quickly called into question after spectators and reporters watched a seemingly unresponsive James presented for execution. Three hours after his scheduled time of execution, he was officially declared dead at 9:27 p.m..

Man Found Dead In Oregon Was Wanted For July Murder Of His Girlfriend In Utah

A Utah man accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend last month has been found dead hundreds of miles away in Oregon, authorities said. Michael Grant Asman’s white Chevrolet pickup truck was found on Monday afternoon by a U.S. Forest Service Ranger in Oregon's Wallowa State Park — near the state's border with Washington and Idaho — according to a Heber City Police Department press release sent to

Man Found Guilty Of 1986 Rape And Murder Of Minnesota Nursing Home Aide Found Dead In Her Home

A Minnesota man was found guilty of murdering a mother more than 36 years ago when he was still a teenager. Michael Carbo Jr., 54, is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison after a jury found him guilty on Tuesday for the 1986 murder of Nancy Daugherty, according to a St. Louis County Attorney’s press release. Daugherty’s case went unsolved for decades until 2020 when investigators enlisted experts to utilize genetic genealogy to reexamine physical evidence from the crime scene, linking Carbo to the murder.

'Cold Justice' Is Returning With All New Episodes — Take A Sneak Peek At The Cases

“Cold Justice” returns with six new episodes beginning Saturday, Sept. 3 at 8/7c. The series will celebrate its landmark 100th episode in two parts on Oct. 1 and 8. From executive producers Dick Wolf, Tom Thayer and Magical Elves, “Cold Justice” follows veteran prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her rotating team of seasoned detectives — Steve Spingola, Abbey Abbondandolo and Terri Hook — as they travel to small towns to dig into unsolved homicide cases that have lingered for years without answers or justice for the victims. Bringing valuable resources and skilled experts, the “Cold Justice” team works alongside local law enforcement from around the country and has successfully helped bring about 21 convictions and 55 arrests.

Former Massachusetts Prosecutor And Criminal Justice Advocate Adam Foss Charged With NYC Rape

Criminal justice reform activist and former prosecuting attorney, Adam Foss, has been charged with rape, according to New York City officials. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg Jr. announced the indictment on Tuesday, formally charging Foss with first-degree rape and first-degree sexual assault, according to a press release. Prosecutors say the former Boston attorney, whose primary residence is in Los Angeles, raped a 25-year-old woman on Oct. 21, 2017.

Teen Charged In Slaying Of Texas Military Mom Who Was Gunned Down At Son’s Gravesite

A 17-year-old was taken into police custody in the slaying of a Texas grandmother who was gunned down while visiting her son’s gravesite several months ago, police said. Yolanda N'Gaojia, 52, was fatally shot in March at a cemetery in Killeen while paying respects to her recently deceased son. On Saturday, Killeen Police Department announced they’d arrested Christian Lamar Weston in connection with N'Gaojia’s killing.

Brother Of Former NFL Player Turns Himself Into Police After Deadly Shooting Of Youth Coach

The brother of a retired NFL cornerback has turned himself in to police following the shooting of a beloved youth football league coach over the weekend in the Dallas area. Yaqup Talib, 39, was identified as the suspect and police issued a first-degree felony warrant for murder for his arrest on Sunday. He’s being held at the Dallas County Jail on murder and probation violation charges.