Two Ohio high school football players who were found guilty of raping a drunken 16-year-old girl have been sentenced to at least one year in juvenile jail.
The judge is expected to make a ruling Sunday morning in the trial of two Steubenville High School football players accused in the rape of a teenager girl.
The rape trial of two high school students in Steubenville, Ohio, has captured the attention of the nation.
It’s a case that ignited a media frenzy like no other for the small Ohio town of Steubenville. As the trial begins for two teenage boys, news satellite trucks and protestors surround the courthouse.
The trial for two high school football players accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in August, will begin Tuesday morning.
The attorney for one of two Ohio high school football players charged with raping a 16-year-old girl says he wants to delay the trial.
There was more national attention for the Steubenville rape case in Thursday as it was the focus of the “Dr. Phil” show.
More people gathered Saturday to rally after the alleged rape of a teenage girl by members of the Steubenville High School football team.
There are new details in the Steubenville rape investigation. Lawyers for the two football players charged in the case say they’re considering asking the trial to be moved, in part because potential witnesses are being threatened.
Protestors flooded the steps of the Jefferson County, Ohio, courthouse after accusations that members of the Big Red football team allegedly raped a teenage girl in mid-August.
Steubenville, Ohio, is a typical small town where the high school football team is intertwined with the community’s image.
Here are some of the highlight’s of the Friday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News, in case you missed anything.
Two high school football players are facing rape charges. The boys, both 16 and students at Steubenville High School, are accused of raping a girl last week.
Late Tuesday night, the race for delegates in Ohio was neck-and-neck between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum. An enthusiastic crowd of about 400 to 500 supporters gathered to cheer on Santorum at the Steubenville High School gymnasium.
While Santorum began with an economic pitch, he quickly turned to his conservative agenda and a blistering attack on President Obama.