Aaron Schaffhausen had gained the trust of his ex-wife prior to killing their three daughters, she testified at his insanity trial. Then he told her, “You can come home now. I killed the kids.”
Updated: April 04, 2013, - 11:39 PM
Attorneys painted opposite portraits of the father's state of mind when he killed his three daughters in their River Falls, Wis., home.
Updated: April 03, 2013, - 01:29 PM
The second day of Aaron Schaffhausen’s insanity trial resumed with a viewing of the lengthy police interview of Schaffhausen after he turned himself in to River Falls police.
Updated: April 03, 2013, - 06:09 AM
More than 100 potential jurors were brought in and 38 were questioned. He has pleaded guilty to killing his three...
Updated: April 01, 2013, - 08:57 PM
An off-season trek in Nepal demands a new perspective amid swirls of clouds, Sherpas in traditional garb, Buddhist prayer wheels...
Updated: March 30, 2013, - 02:29 PM
Aaron Schaffhausen entered guilty pleas in the slaying of his three daughters, but he maintains that mental illness means he shouldn’t be held responsible.
Updated: March 28, 2013, - 11:39 PM
Father accused of killing girls had been expected to plead guilty but argue he wasn’t responsible because of mental defect.
Updated: March 27, 2013, - 09:44 PM
The man accused of killing his three children in their River Falls home may admit to the crimes while maintaining that he is not responsible for them.
Updated: March 27, 2013, - 11:33 AM
Historical Society would get first dibs before remnants are sold and recycled.
Updated: March 13, 2013, - 07:31 PM