Steven Spader will likely remain behind bars the rest of his life. The 21 year old, convicted of murdering Kimberly Cates in her Mont Vernon home and brutally attacking her daughter, waved his right to argue for a lesser sentence yesterday. He also apologized to the family of his victims. David and Jaime Cates were in the courtroom to hear the hand written apology. The state described Spader as pyschopathic. His new sentence comes Friday.
Disguised as an Australian reporter, the "Wrecking Ball" hitmaker hits the street to ask people what they think of her.
The sketches, which are expected to fetch more than $16,000, feature line portraits of three figures who look like members of the band, and were found in an attic by the seller.
That's a lot of years of documenting unique records.
The Executive Producer of the MTV Video Music Awards looks back at the craziest and the most unpredictable moments in the ceremony's history.
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