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Baltimore infant dies from burns, parents investigated

A one-month-old girl has died in Baltimore and her parents are being investigated after the infant sustained burns over 80 percent of her body.


Man fixing his roof dies, fire crew returns to finish repair

After a New Hampshire man fixing his roof died in a fall, firefighters and paramedics returned later to finish his project.

Three women charged with misdemeanors after they claimed they were victims of race-based attack


Two New York college students who claimed to be victims of racist attack expelled

Two black female college students who claimed to be victims of an assault by a group of white men and women reportedly were expelled from the University at Albany.



Gunman on the run after shooting estranged wife outside Maryland high school

A man shot and killed a woman who was waiting to pick up her children in the parking lot of a suburban Washington high school Thursday and wounded a man who tried to intervene, police said.

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Paterno allegedly was told of Sandusky sex abuse in 1976

A boy told then-Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno in 1976 that he had been molested by assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, an insurer in litigation with the university claimed in court ...

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4 Radford University students arrested on hazing charges

Police in Virginia announced that they've arrested four Radford University fraternity members on hazing charges.


Ex-leader of private school accused of stalking teacher

The former administration of a private high school in Florida is accused of stalking a teacher he had been dating.


Man accused of killing family makes shine in jail cell

A "Santeria" shrine was discovered in the Florida jail cell of a man accused of killing his wife and her two young children.


Report raises questions about Murfreesboro arrests at school

A police commander in Tennessee has been placed on administrative leave as a new report raises even more questions about how children between the ages of 9 and 12 came to be arrested, with some of ...

North Carolina

Potato spill in North Carolina shuts down highway for hours

Authorities in North Carolina said a truck driver fell asleep behind the wheel of his tractor-trailer and crashed on a highway Friday morning, causing potatoes to spill out across the road.

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How terrorists recruit in 'Little Mogadishu' of Minneapolis

Pete Hegseth of 'Fox & Friends' hit the streets to find out how this neighborhood has been impacted by extremism


Chief: Milwaukee officer shot, suspect dead after chase

Police say a robbery suspect shot a Milwaukee police officer during a chase and was later fatally shot by other officers.

Mourners gather around caskets at Scioto Burial Park during funeral services for six of the eight murder victims from Pike County, Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in McDermott, Ohio. Seven adults and a 16-year-old boy from the Rhoden family were found dead April 22 at four properties scattered across a few miles of countryside near Piketon, about 80 miles east of Cincinnati.  . (AP Photo/John Minchillo)


2 weeks after 8 killed in Ohio, no arrests, few answers

Two weeks have passed since the bodies of eight family members were found on April 22 at four different homes in Ohio.


Sheriff: Unclear if suspect shot self or if deputy shot him

A northeast Louisiana sheriff says a wanted man pulled a gun while deputies had him surrounded and either shot himself or was shot by a deputy.

Organized Crime

Illinois man admits trafficking heroin from Mexico by bus

A suburban Chicago man authorities say is linked to the Guerrero Unidos Mexican cartel has pleaded guilty to federal drug charges.

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New Mexico

Community questions delay in Amber Alert for Navajo girl

Hundreds of mourners will gather Friday to remember an 11-year-old girl who was killed after being abducted along her school bus route on the Navajo Nation.

This June 2015 photo provided by Linda Bilyeu shows her ex-husband Randy Bilyeu during a visit to northern New Mexico. The Colorado man disappeared in early January 2016 while searching for a $2 million cache of gold and jewels in northern New Mexico. The recent discovery of a backpack on a rugged slope at Bandelier National Monument has re-energized the search for Bilyeu.  (Courtesy of Linda Bilyeu via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDIT

New Mexico

Treasure hunter's disappearance still a mystery after months

Fixated on computer screens and video monitors, an army of volunteers has been painstakingly reviewing hundreds of images and hours of footage recorded over the last four months, desperately hoping to ...



Murdered Texas fitness instructor received "creepy" message days before her death

A woman who was found murdered last month in a Texas church received a "creepy and strange" message days before her death, according to a search warrant.

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Navajo community frustrated over Amber Alert delay for 11-year-old girl

Several hours after a stranger abducted an 11-year-old Navajo girl as she played near her home, few outside the reservation knew she was missing.


Towery, who won '55 Pulitzer Prize for local reporting, dies

Ken Towery, a small-town Texas journalist who won the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for local reporting at the tiny Cuero Daily Record, has died.

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'We got him,' victims' father says of 'Grim Sleeper' killer

By the time police found Alicia Alexander's naked body under a mattress in an alley in 1988, six other young, black women had died similar deaths in the neighborhood known as South Central Los Angeles.

This Wednesday, May 4, 2016, photo shows a full-scale, hand-painted replica of Cave 275 of China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit "Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on the Silk Road" opens Saturday, May 7, and runs until Sept. 4, 2016 at the Getty Center. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)


LA's Getty museum recreates China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang

For a thousand years China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang were a popular traveler's rest stop, marketplace and religious shrine on the fabled Silk Road.

This photo taken Sunday, April 24, 2016, on the Kahiltna Glacier in Alaska, shows Capt. Corey Wheeler, front, commander of B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment at Fort Wainwright, Alaska, walking away from a Chinook helicopter that landed on the glacier near Denali. The U.S. Army helped set up base camp on North America’s tallest mountain. Three Chinook helicopters the size of city buses took supplies like food, communication equipment and fuel to the base camp at the 7,200-foot level of Denali.  (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen)


US Army helps set up base camps on Alaska's Denali

Three U.S. Army Chinook helicopters the size of city buses ascend higher and higher in the Alaska Range, following the 44-mile long Kahiltna Glacier, which from above resembles a frozen, mile-wide ...


Spokane deputies Taser armed 11-year-old

Authorities say sheriff's deputies in Washington state used a Taser on an 11-year-old who refused to drop a knife.

In this Wednesday, May 4, 2016 image taken from video, Petty Officer 2nd Class Simey Luevano, left, translates a statement from an unidentified mariner, right, after he was rescued at sea more than 2,000 miles southeast of Hawaii. The Colombian man survived a two-month ordeal in the Pacific by eating fish and seagulls, the U.S. Coast Guard said. (U.S. Coast Guard via AP)


Mariner rescued after 2-month ordeal at sea

A Colombian fisherman who was lost at sea for more than two months said he's grateful to God for his life and thanks those who rescued him.

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