Articles by Michael Billera
- Bethlehem Seal Discovered In Israel, Said To Be Oldest Mention Of Jesus' Town
May 23 2012 5:24 PM
Israeli archaeologists discovered a 2,700-year-old seal with the word Bethlehem inscribed upon it, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced on Wednesday. This artifact is believed to be the oldest object ever discovered bearing the name of Jesus' traditional place of birth.
- Giant Bull Head Graces Porter Sculpture Park In South Dakota Attracting Curious Tourists
May 23 2012 3:48 PM
A giant bull's head is just one of the many cartoon-like creatures welcoming tourists to the Porter Sculpture Park in Montrose, S.D.
- Antolin Garcia-Torres, Accussed Of Kidnapping, Murdering Sierra LaMar, Was Under Police Surveillance For Several Months
May 23 2012 12:01 PM
Detectives investigating the disappearance of Sierra LaMar secretly placed a GPS device on a red Jetta belonging to their chief suspect Antolin Garcia-Torres as they carefully watched his every move for two month hoping he would lead them to the missing California teenager. Investigators had questioned him several times as they collected evidence and interviewed witnesses building a case against the alleged murderer.
- Emanuela Orlandi, 15, Killed To Cover Up Vatican 'Sex Parties,' Claims Father Gabriele Amorth
May 23 2012 10:39 AM
Father Gabriele Amorth, who was appointed by Pope John Paul II as the chief exorcist of the Vatican, claims that the a teenage girl who went missing in the 80s, Emanuela Orlandi, was murdered as part of a underground Vatican sex parties with ties to the organized crime and foreign embassies.
- Stephen Andrew Hall Of Fort Worth, Texas Sentenced To 45 Years For Drunk Driving
May 22 2012 5:24 PM
Stephen Andrew Hall of Fort Worth, Texas has been sentenced to 45 years in prison after he was arrested for driving a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level of .18.
- Nathan Bihlmaier Found Dead, Police Divers Discover Body In The Old Port Section Of Portland
May 22 2012 3:15 PM
Police in Portland, Maine, have discovered the body of a missing Harvard Business school student, Nathan Bihlmaier, who went missing on Saturday and was last seen near the waterfront of the city's Old Port.
- Sandra Layne, 74-Year-Old Grandmother, Shoots Grandson Jonathan Hoffman 8 Times, Faces Murder Charges
May 22 2012 12:04 PM
A 74-year-old grandmother, Sandra Layne, is charged with murder in the shooting death of her 17-year-old grandson, Jonathan Hoffman. Layne was in court on Monday, facing the judge as her lawyer entered a plea of not guilty.
- Antolin Garcia-Torres Arrested In Connection With Kidnapping, Murder Of Sierra LaMar
May 22 2012 10:37 AM
Police officials investigating the disappearance of a missing California teenager, Sierra LaMar, have arrested Antolin Garcia-Torres Monday evening in connection with her kidnapping and murder.
- Takeshi Miyakawa Arrested For Allegedly Planting Fake Bombs In 'I Heart NY' Bags In Brooklyn
May 21 2012 5:35 PM
A high-profile designer, Takeshi Miyakawa, has been arrested by the New York City Police Department for planting fake bombs in ?I Heart NY? bags across the city. He is being held for a monthlong evaluation.
- California Authorities Find Nearly Four Tons Of Marijuana Floating Off Of Dana Point
May 21 2012 4:31 PM
California authorities made a staggering discovery after they pulled in nearly four tons of marijuana off of southern California's coast on Sunday.
- Jessica Ennis Breaks Personal Record at CityGames, But Officials Invalidate Race Due To Hurdles Error
May 21 2012 2:33 PM
Jessica Ennis crossed the finish line of a scheduled race just two weeks before the London Olympics believing she broke her personal record in the 100m hurdles at the Great City Games in Manchester on Sunday. However, officials and event organizers made a fatal error; they did not have the correct amount of hurdles on the track.
- Scientists Discover An Extinct Giant Turtle, The Carbonemys Cofrinii, Or 'Coal Turtle' The Size Of A Car
May 21 2012 11:52 AM
Researchers from the University of Florida in conjunction with scientists from North Carolina State University and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, and the Florida Museum of Natural History have published their findings regarding an extinct giant turtle that is estimated to be the size of a small vehicle from a Colombian coal mine.