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Madison police issue suspect description for Joel Marino homicide

The Madison Police Department announced Tuesday morning that the person of interest it was seeking in the Monday, January 28 homicide of Joel Marino on the near south side is now considered an official suspect. >More
 Audrey Edmunds' ordeal in Wisconsin courts is far from over

State Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen this week announced that his office will ask the state Supreme Court to overturn an appellate court ruling granting Audrey Edmunds a new trial due to new doubts about the evidence used to convict her. >More
 Appeals court grants Audrey Edmunds new trial

Wisconsin's District IV Court of Appeals has ordered a new trial for Audrey Edmunds, the Waunakee woman convicted in the 1995 "shaken-baby syndrome" death of seven-month-old Natalie Beard. The court reversed a March 2007 decision by Dane County Circuit Court Judge Daniel R. Moeser, who presided over Edmunds' original trial eleven years ago. >More
 Reward offered in Joel Marino murder investigation in Madison

An anonymous donor has offered a reward of $30,000 in the homicide investigation of Joel Marino, a 31-year-old Madison man who was found with multiple stab wounds outside his house on West Shore Drive early Monday afternoon and taken to University Hospital where he died shortly thereafter. Police are seeking to speak with a person of interest seen in the vicinity of the crime on the near south side, along with any other information witnesses may have seen in the near south side neighborhood between St. Mary's Hospital and Monona Bay. >More
 Madison police investigating Monday death near Park Street

Madison police continue their investigation into the death of a Madison man in the city's near south side early yesterday afternoon. Around 1:22 p.m. on Monday, police were called to an alley between South Park Street and West Shore Drive on Monona Bay where they found a man in medical distress. He was subsequently transported to a hospital and pronounced dead shortly after 2 p.m. The victim's name -- Joel Anthony Marino -- was released in a department press conference on Tuesday afternoon. >More
 Getting away with murder?

In the front room of her small east side home, Margie Milutinovich skims computer records she's compiled over the nearly three years of searching for her son, Amos Mortier. "Missing" posters hang on the walls. Notes, timelines and piles of court records are scattered on a desk. >More
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