Former police Sergeant Drew Peterson was ordered Thursday to serve 38 years in prison for the murder of his third ex-wife.
Peterson lost his cool just before the judged sentenced him, screaming out that he did not kill Kathleen Savio.
Savio's death in 2004 was initially ruled an accidental bathtub drowning, but after Peterson's fourth wife Stacy disappeared, the case was reopened.
Stacy Peterson still has not been found.
An argument may have been what led to a deadly car shooting and fiery crash in Las Vegas, yesterday.
Three people were killed and several hurt.
Police say people in a black Range Rover opened fire on a Maserati, hitting the driver, who then took off and crashed into a cab.
The taxi's driver and passenger died after the vehicle burst into flames.
The Maserati's driver is also dead.
Police say the Range Rover sped away from the scene.
They are now scouring the surveillance video from businesses in that area.
A gruesome reality for some hotel guests in Los Angeles.
Police say they bathed, brushed their teeth and drank water from a tank in which a young woman's body was likely decomposing for more than two weeks.
Canandian tourist Elisa Lam, 21, checked into the Cecil Hotel January 26th.
She disappeared on the 31st.
The hotel's maintenance man, responding to guest complaints, went to check the four rooftop water tanks and found Lam's body inside one of them.
This gruesome discovery is the latest chapter in a dark history for the Cecil Hotel.
At least two serial killers have lived there, including nightstalker Richard Ramirez.
A company is recalling tens of thousands of pounds of sausage.
Smithfield Packing Company has issued a recall for 38,000 pounds of pork sausage.
The Virginia company says the meat may contain small pieces of plastic, that probably came from gloves.
The sausage was sold in Alabama, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas.
There have been no reports of injuries.
The Oscars take to the small screen Sunday to celebrate the best of the big screen.
Comedian Seth McFarlane will host the Oscars for the first time.
With nine best picture nominees, it's a diverse crowd vying for the top prize, including "Lincoln," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Les Miserable," "Life of Pi" and the film to beat, Ben Affleck's Argo, cleaning up every major pre-Oscar award this season.
In the best actor category, expect two time winner Daniel Day Lewis to pick up his third statue playing the 16th president in "Lincoln."