Woman who said she lost child in creek charged with homicide

Charges against a South Carolina woman who said she lost her 5-month-old daughter in a rain-swollen creek have been upgraded to homicide by child abuse.

$1M bond set for officers charged in killing of 6-year-old

The two law enforcement officers charged in the killing a 6-year-old boy when they shot at his father's car during an incident last week in Louisiana are each being held on a $1 million bond.

Ceremony to replace family’s stolen service medals

Both of Lieutenant Doyle's medals, including two Purple Hearts, were stolen from Byrne in a burglary four years ago. Now, they are being replaced.

University of Missouri System president resigns amid protests

University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe says he hopes the school community uses his resignation as a way to "move forward together."

Starbucks’ plain red holiday cups stirring up controversy

This year's holiday season red cups at Starbucks have stirred up critics who accuse the company of waging a war on Christmas.

NYC officials: 1 killed, 2 hurt in shooting near Penn Station

New York City authorities say three people have been shot, one fatally, in midtown Manhattan near Penn Station. No suspects have been arrested.

Parking Lot Collapses, Swallowing More Than a Dozen Cars

Officials in Meridian, Mississippi, are trying to determine what caused a massive gash -- longer than a football field -- to tear through an IHOP parking lot, swallowing more than a dozen cars in the mud below.

12-foot gator captured at Houston-area shopping center

A Texas shopping center had a surprise visitor Saturday morning. A 12-foot alligator was discovered outside the First Colony Commons Shopping Center in Sugar Land,...

Archaeologists Discover Burial Vaults Beneath Washington Square Park

An archaeological discovery at Washington Square Park has brought to light skeletons that may have been in the dark since the 19th century.

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