Pike County murders

Sam Hendren

The brother of one of the eight people killed in last year's Pike County massacre faces felony charges of tampering with evidence after prosecutors say he destroyed a GPS tracking device that investigators planted on his truck.

Sam Hendren

Authorities investigating the slayings of eight family members in southern Ohio have taken a trailer linked to the family of one victim's ex-boyfriend.

Ohio Attorney General's Office

Just before the anniversary of the Pike County killings, the Ohio Attorney General's Office released a video at the request of surviving family members who are pleading for information that could help move the case forward.

Sam Hendren

The call to 911 came in at 7:49 a.m. on April 22, 2016.  In the hours that followed, authorities would find eight members of the Rhoden family shot to death at four rural Pike County locations. 

Sam Hendren

As the one-year anniversary of a massacre in Pike County nears, investigators still have no arrests and little new information to show for it.

At a press conference Thursday, neither Ohio's attorney general nor the Pike County sheriff would divulge details, while still insisting that "significant progress" has been made on solving the eight murders.

Sam Hendren

An appeals court has rejected a newspaper's request for access to coroner's office evidence regarding eight Ohio massacre victims.

Sam Hendren

The state is reviewing a request to help pay for the funeral of a woman killed in last year's southern Ohio massacre of eight people.