When little Myls Dobson was 2 years old, his mother was caught beating him on a store security camera in South Carolina. She fled to NY. Eventually New York CPS removed the boy from the mother for neglect and placed him with his father in 2012.
Watch: Rapist Daniel Holtzclaw's Guilty Verdicts Read in OKC Court
From OKC Fox: Former Oklahoma City Police Department officer Daniel Holtzclaw has been found guilty on 18 charges, including rape and sexual battery.
The verdict came back Thursday evening in Oklahoma County Court. Holtzclaw was found guilty of 18 of his 36 charges, the ranging from first degree rape to sexual battery. Holtzclaw was found guilty on four counts of first degree rape, one count of second degree rape, six counts of sexual battery, four counts of forcible oral sodomy and three co...
Ebola-Stricken Nurse Was Allowed to Fly to Ohio by CDC
A Texas nurse who contracted Ebola from the nation’s first victim of the deadly virus was allowed to fly on a commercial airliner by the CDC just hours before she was diagnosed — even though she told them she was running a fever.
'Harlem Kevorkian' Re-Sentenced in Death of Motivational Speaker
After being convicted of helping a motivational speaker kill himself, a man known as the "Harlem Kevorkian" received a revised sentence on Monday. Kenneth Minor accepted a plea deal that reduced his 20-year sentence to 12 years. The deal still carries the murder conviction rather than the crime being reduced to manslaughter.
CDC Issues New Guidelines for West Africa Travelers
In response to growing criticism, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines for states to deal with people entering the U.S. from Ebola-stricken countries. Meanwhile, a 5-year-old boy tested negative for the virus in a New York hospital.
Brown Family Calls for Non-Violence, Has Faith in Jury
The family of the slain Missouri teenager Michael Brown said on Wednesday that they had faith in the pending decision of a grand jury and called for supporters to refrain from violence. Brown family lawyer Darryl Parks told a news briefing in Geneva, where the parents testified to the U.N.