Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, left, listens to his co-defense counsel Terry Alford, center, during a Monday, April 6, 2015 death penalty hearing for Hicks in Durham Criminal Superior Court in Durham, N.C. Presiding Judge Orlando Hudson found that Hicks, charged with first-degree murder in the killing of three Muslim college students, can face a death penalty trial.  (AP Photo/The News & Observer, Harry Lynch)

NC prosecutor details the shootings of 3 Muslims students

When he was arrested, prosecutors say the man charged with killing three North Carolina college students had possession of the murder weapon, gunshot residue on his hands and blood from one of the victims splattered on his pants.

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Police: 13-year-old was getaway driver for drunk dad

An Albuquerque dad is now facing child abuse and weapons charges after police say he made his underage son drive him to get alcohol, then drive him away from a shooting near a DWI checkpoint.