Every year we know that the seasons will change and football pundits will punt past their coverage. They frown over their notes, making Super Bowl predictions as colorful as the rainbow foliage surrounding most NFL stadiums in October.
The highs and lows of any season can wear out a sports fan and this past Sunday, no matter which team you were rooting for, fans experienced an ‘emotional roller coaster’ of a day.
Jurors found Lee Evans not guilty of ten murder-related charges.
The trial of a New Jersey man accused of murdering five Newark teenagers more than 30 years ago was marked by tense and emotional exchanges Tuesday.
Lee Evans and and his cousin are accused of luring the boys on Aug. 20, 1978 to an abandoned house, locking them inside and setting the home on fire.
A New Jersey man pleaded guilty Tuesday to murdering five teenagers in 1978 in what was one of the state’s longest-running cold cases.
A state Superior Court judge in Newark set a May 2 trial date for Lee Evans of Irvington and his cousin, Philander Hampton of Jersey City, who are charged with murdering five Newark teens in 1978.
Rookie David Nelson is expected to miss the Buffalo Bills’ season finale at the New York Jets because of a rib injury, leaving the team down yet another receiver.
The 56-year-old Irvington resident has maintained he’s innocent. His 53-year-old cousin, Philander Hampton of Jersey City, has pleaded not guilty.
Lee Evans didn’t have to look at the scoreboard Sunday to figure out his team was well on its way to another discouraging and frustrating loss.
The 56-year-old Irvington resident has insisted he is innocent, and his 53-year-old cousin, Philander Hampton of Jersey City, has pleaded not guilty.
It’s not often that a game against an 0-3 team is big, but Sunday’s match-up against the Bills in Orchard Park is crucial for the Jets.
Lee Evans, charged with killing five teenage boys, including Michael McDowell , in Newark 32 years ago, posted bail and walked away from the Essex County Jail on Friday.
One of two men accused of killing five Newark teenagers more than three decades ago may walk out of Essex County Jail soon.
Family members of Michael McDowell — one of 5 teenagers killed in Newark more than 30 years ago — are angry and devastated that bail was reduced for the man who is charged with the murders.