A Wisconsin woman accused of the killings of three babies in the 1980s will have her day in court. Prosecutors say 60-year-old Nancy Moronez waived her preliminary hearing today on three counts of second-degree murder. Her attorney says she will plead not guilty to all three counts. She’s accused of killing her son and two children for whom she babysat. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office and Milwaukee Children’s Hospital at the time found the deaths resulted from sudden infant death syndrome. Prosecutors say Moronez’s son, 18-day-old Justin Brunka, died in 1980. Six-month-old Brad Steege died in 1984 and three-month-old Katie Kozeniecki died in 1985. The complaint says Moronez admitted to drowning her son and to suffocating the others with blankets. Moronez is scheduled to be back in court on March 22nd.