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Irene Leaves Massive Floods, Casualties

HLN speaks with the sister of a woman killed by flash floods left in the wake of Hurricane Irene.

NC Newborn Found Dead In Trash Can

Police have identified the mother and are awaiting autopsy reports to determine how the baby died.

Missing Student’s Family Launches New Effort To Find Her, Promotes Campus Safety

As they launched a new effort to find their missing daughter coinciding with the start of the new school year at Indiana University, the family of Lauren Spierer posted a full-page letter in the campus newspaper Monday promoting student safety.

Nearly three months after the 20-year-old’s June 3 disappearance, family members and friends posted almost 10,000 posters featuring the missing student around Bloomington Sunday, according to the Indiana Daily Student newspaper. The family hoped the poster campaign would draw new attention to the case and create pressure for those who know the truth to come forward.

3-Year-Old’s Alleged Killer Could Face Death Penalty

Prosecutors filed amended charges Tuesday against the Missouri man accused of killing 3-year-old Breeann Rodriguez earlier this month, along with a notice alleging aggravating circumstances that could enable them to seek the death penalty.

Dunklin County Prosecuting Attorney Stephen Sokoloff stressed in a press release that this does not mean his office has decided to pursue the death penalty for 43-year-old Shawn Morgan, but the Notice of Statutory Aggravating Circumstances is an “initial procedural step” that will keep that option available.

20-yr-old College Student Swept Away by Hurricane Irene

Hurricane Irene’s destruction continues: the death toll keeps rising as massive flooding rips away bridges and leaves roads, homes submerged underwater. Irene’s powerful strength has taken many lives, including 20-year-old Celena Sylvestri. According to her family, Celena was driving to her boyfriend’s house when her car was swept off the road and into the Salem River.

Celena desperately called 911, saying she was up to her neck with water, but the storm was too strong for her to hold on. She was overcome by the powerful winds and massive flooding.

Irene Set To Batter East Coast

HLN's Nancy Grace gets the very latest on Hurricane Irene as it barrels towards the Atlantic coast.

Judge Denies Motion To Release Mother Of Missing Baby Gabriel

A judge set a date Thursday for a final hearing on the competency of Elizabeth Johnson to stand trial for allegedly kidnapping her infant son in December 2009.

Judge Paul McMurdie set a September 16 date for the hearing. In court in Phoenix, Arizona on Thursday, he also rebuffed defense efforts to have Johnson—who has been in jail since her January 2010 arrest—released on house arrest and to have Maricopa County prosecutors removed from the case.

Missing Woman’s Fiancé: “I Just Really Want Katelyn Home”

The fiancé of a missing Ohio woman defended himself and maintained his innocence on Nancy Grace Thursday night.

John Carter, who had been engaged to 22-year-old Katelyn Markham for almost a year when she vanished earlier this month, told Nancy Grace that he took and passed a polygraph test early in the investigation. Police would not comment on that claim Thursday, but Carter said he had been asked if he knew where Markham was or anything else about her disappearance during the test.

Bride-To-Be Vanishes From Own Home

An Ohio woman has vanished from her home, and her fiance is speaking out to HLN's Nancy Grace about her disappearance.

Tot Mom Begins Probation

Casey Anthony had her first meeting with her probation officer at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, according to a Department of Corrections spokesperson.

DOC public affairs director Gretl Plessinger told reporters Thursday that Anthony's probation officer's name and the location where she reported are being kept confidential due to security concerns. All she would confirm was that the meeting took place in Florida and that Anthony's one year of probation began last night.

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