The Kentucky woman claims to write letters to Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger while he's in jail and sent him pictures of herself.
Latah County prosecutors turned over hundreds of files to Idaho student murders suspect Bryan Kohberger's defense this week, court records show.
Slain University of Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves closely followed true crime and missing persons news and once reported a sighting of a woman who vanished.
Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old criminology student accused of ambushing four University of Idaho students with a knife in November, waived his right to a speedy probable cause hearing, pushing back his arraignment by more than six months.
Bryan Kohberger reportedly followed three female University of Idaho students on Instagram before allegedly killing them in November, a new report claims.
Newly unsealed search warrants shed light on what investigators found in Bryan Kohberger's Washington State University apartment and office.
Bryan Kohberger, who is charged with the murders of four University of Idaho students, allegedly sent one of the victims Instagram messages before the slayings, a report claims.
Experts convened in a recent two-episode "Dr. Phil" special speculated that the perpetrator of the Idaho murders may have left behind a "calling card" and "most likely" has killed before.
Idaho quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger's former defense attorney, Jason LaBar, told a local news outlet that evidence presented in a probable cause affidavit for the suspect's arrest is "strong" but could be "attacked" in court.
In the days following the murders of four University of Idaho students, Bryan Kohberger had a seemingly "normal conversation" about the event with his neighbor.
The suspect in the murders, Bryan Kohberger, has made another court appearance in Moscow, Idaho since his arrest. Reporter Jake Karalexis was in the courtroom during Kohberger's second court appearance, and has more on what happened.
He is still only the accused – and must be considered innocent until proven guilty. But the case against Bryan Kohberger for the Idaho quadruple homicide appears strong.
Bryan Kohberger returned to an Idaho courtroom Thursday and said through his attorney that he plans to challenge the evidence against him at a preliminary hearing.
The man accused of killing four University of Idaho students was back in court Thursday morning for a preliminary status hearing.
Bryan Kohberger's defense will seek to dismantle many parts of the probable cause affidavit police used to obtain his arrest warrant in the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students, according to a high-profile defense attorney.
For the first time since the arrest of a suspect in connection with the Idaho college student murders, students at both University of Idaho and Washington State University are returning to class. Reporter Jake Karalexis has more on what students at WSU are saying about being back on campus.
The footprint found inside the Idaho home where a Ph.D. criminal justice student allegedly stabbed four University of Idaho undergrads to death could help police build their case beyond the initial probable cause affidavit, experts say.
Fox Nation host and former prosecutor Nancy Grace entertained the idea that Idaho student slaying suspect Bryan Kohberger could have attempted to revel in his killings by attending a memorial service for the victims before his Dec. 30 arrest.
The sister of slain University of Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves said in her first interview since Bryan Kohberger's arrest that the family had no clue "true evil" was watching the victims.
While experts say it would not be out of the ordinary for Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger to have attended a vigil for the victims he allegedly slaughtered in November, one is warning allegations being made by "internet sleuths" are "becoming a problem" in the investigation.