Man arrested for murder

With a community still in shock over the killing of a University of South Carolina student, surveillance video showing the moment Samantha Josephson got into her accused killer's vehicle has surfaced on social media. The 20-second video shared publicly on Facebook by a man who appears to be Josephson's friend shows Josephson standing outside The Bird Dog bar in the Five Points area of Columbia. As a black Chevy Impala pulls up to the curb, Josephson walks out into the road and climbs into the back seat before the video ends. She got into the car on Harden Street just after 2 a.m., according to police. She was last seen by her friends between 1:30 and 2 a.m. Friday, police have said. Facebook user Edgar Castro also shared several photos of Josephson and the Chevy Impala in a public post before her body was found. more Spach Danyel, Gleiberman O. Boris, Denormandie Johnna, Rospond Wendi, Jaikaran Jarod, Jernagin Exie, Kightlinger M. Chelsie, Obad Mai, Xayarath Carl, Horc

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A man already accused of setting a fire

Iowa (AP) - A man already accused of setting a fire that injured two people at his eastern Iowa home has been charged with attempted murder. Buchanan County court records say charges of arson and third offense domestic assault also have been filed against 44-year-old Shane Heins. The records don't list the name of an attorney who could

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 He was a law student, a former social worker and suicide hotline volunteer. He had a girlfriend, political aspirations and — as the newspapers would later say — "a winning smile." And from 1974 to 1978, wherever Ted Bundy went, women disappeared. Like a phantom, he slipped through sorority rows, preyed outside of schoolyards and ski resorts, and proved that you don’t really know the person next to you. But could Bundy — and his reputation as one of the country's most depraved killers — have been stopped cold in Colorado?

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