SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) 11/16 — Oklahoma City police investigators worked to piece together why a man waited to gun down an airline employee outside Will Rogers World Airport on Tuesday in an ambush that forced hundreds of travelers to take shelter and prompted authorities to shut down the state’s busiest airport for hours.

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ALANNA DURKIN RICHER and CURT ANDERSON, Associated Press 11/15 – Three days into his carjacking trial in 2005, James Ochoa faced a daunting choice: Risk spending the rest of his life in prison if convicted by a California jury or plead guilty and be released in two years.

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — An Omaha man convicted of killing four people in 2013 will continue to face a death penalty hearing this week.

Judge Peter Bataillon refused Monday to dismiss the death penalty case against Nikko Jenkins based on a 2003 IQ test in which Jenkins scored a 69.

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Frank Main,  Chicago Sun-Times, CHICAGO, 11/12/2016

The Chicago Police Department and federal agents in Chicago are using advanced ballistics tests to try to link recovered guns to unsolved crimes — and sometimes seek tougher penalties for people caught with illegal weapons.

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