The woman who was charged with causing her fiancé’s death while the two kayaked on the Hudson River will receive some portion of his insurance money, under the terms of a settlement reached this week.
The family of a slain indoor football star from Mount Vernon is demanding justice in an exclusive interview with News 12.
Newly unsealed documents shed light on the homicide case against a Poughkeepsie woman in the 2015 drowning death of her fiance, Vincent Viafore.
The father of Gabriella Boyd spoke with News 12’s Tara Rosenblum about his quest for justice – one year after the death of his 2-year-old daughter.
Charges that Cynthia Arce tried to kill two Mamaroneck police officers are headed to a grand jury as she recovers from three gunshots and a knife wound that required nine staples on the side of her throat, her lawyer said today.
Before police and paramedics were unable to revive her, 2 ½-year-old Gabriella Boyd was found lying on her bed under a sheet, surrounded by stuffed toys.
On Dec. 22, as Gabriella Boyd's grandparents were preparing for their first Christmas since the Mamaroneck toddler's death, they received a holiday card depicting angels.
Police, prosecutors and child protective workers could have saved a 2-year-old Mamaroneck girl but they failed to enforce a court order separating the toddler from the mother who allegedly killed her, a lawsuit by the girl's father alleges.
The lawyer for the Mamaroneck woman accused of trying to kill police officers when they responded to help her dying toddler urged against a rush to judgment about the girl’s death and the mother’s confrontation with police.
A 37-year-old woman who has been released from prison just six weeks after she was convicted in her fiancé's 2015 drowning death- was treated to a steak and martini lunch upon her release.
She'll drink to that! The Latvian woman who watched her fiancé drown in the Hudson River walked out of prison Thursday — and celebrated with a martini and steak lunch.
Three years after his death, Vincent Viafore's family and the woman convicted in connection with his death have settled their legal battles.
The Poughkeepsie woman charged with killing her fiancé during a Hudson River kayaking trip was back in Orange County Court Thursday.
During her first TV interview since she was released from prison for the drowning death of her fiancé, Angelika Graswald proclaimed her innocence and said she would use Vincent Viafore's insurance money to pay her legal bills.
Angelika Graswald, accused of murdering her fiancé during a kayaking trip on the Hudson River, gave a DNA swab to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office on Thursday.
A judge set a Valentine’s Day trial date for Angelika Graswald, the Poughkeepsie woman charged with murdering her fiancé, Vincent Viafore, as they kayaked on the Hudson River.
Angelika Graswald is appealing her criminally negligent homicide conviction, despite having waived her right to do so as part of her plea deal, according to court records.
Pretrial proceedings took a plodding step forward Monday in the murder case against the woman charged with killing her fiancé during a Hudson River kayaking trip.
Even if she's acquitted of her fiance's murder, Angelika Graswald may never get $250,000 in life insurance — one of the alleged motives in the killing.
The body of a man found floating in the Hudson River was positively identified Sunday as a missing kayaker believed to have been murdered by his fiancee, law enforcement sources said.
A New York woman pleaded not guilty Friday to charges she killed her fiancé as the two kayaked last month in the frigid waters of the Hudson River.
An Upstate New York woman dubbed the "kayak killer" will receive some of her dead fiance's life insurance, according to multiple reports.
Never-before-seen interrogation video of Angelika Graswald, the woman accused of killing her fiancé Vincent Viafore while kayaking in New York’s Hudson River, reveals more details about the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death.
Authorities say Angelika Graswald intentionally killed her fiancee, Vincent Viafore, on a kayaking trip on the Hudson River last month "by, among other ways, removing a plug from his kayak so that it would fill with water, and tampering with his paddle."