Since 2008, more than 500 white powder envelopes have been sent to schools, businesses and government offices across 48 states
Debra Harrell was arrested when she let her 9-year-old play alone outside while she went to work, something the kid had requested
Texas couple who bought forgotten flag for $5 presents it to Lance Cpl. Fred Maciel's mother 9 years after he was killed in Iraq
Heavy rain caused flooding in the greater metro area of Boston, resulting in cars submerged beneath the floodwater. High-speed winds took down power lines and trees which collapsed and destroyed property.
Two U.S. marshals and a member of the NYPD’s fugitive task force were shot in New York City’s West Village neighborhood around 1 p.m. Monday afternoon; the officers were taken to the hospital and are in stable condition
Police say 18-month-old girl was found drenched in sweat in a hot car in Wheeling, West Va., while her father was asleep on his couch.
Storm system that wreaked havoc across eastern half of U.S. spawns tornado near Boston, ripping off roofs and downing trees
Darrell Fuller faces life without parole following his conviction on charges stemming from the 2012 killing of a Nassau County Police Officer and a carjacking victim
Deaf driver strikes woman while trying to elude angry members of Zombie Walk held during Comic-Con in San Diego, police say
April Millsap, 14, was found slain in a drainage ditch near the nature trail where she had been walking her dog Thursday night, reports CBS Detroit
A monsoon-like storm swept through Arizona over the weekend, leaving lots of damage and thousands in the Phoenix area without power. Shawn Kline from Phoenix affiliate KPHO reports.
After reading about a "fire challenge" on Facebook, a 15-year old boy poured rubbing alcohol on his chest and lit himself on fire. The burns he received could affect him for the rest of his life. WYKT's Victor Puente reports.
Customer of towing company charged with murdering owner with two-by-four in argument over junk car
Drought fuels fires in California's Sierra Nevada foothills
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said Monday that he is confident the two men are the suspects police had been searching for in Friday's crash, which killed three children and injured their mother
Attorney says the FBI has video that shows a second person was with Timothy McVeigh when he detonated bomb, killing 168 people
13 houses destroyed as firefighters tackle blazes in Northern Calif., and in the Yosemite National Park area
Searchers go door to door to make sure no one is trapped in debris; severe weather rakes several Eastern states
Authorities say lightning hit 13 people at LA's Venice Beach, critically injuring 2; man also struck on Catalina Island
Second such incident in 2 years has police union calling airport's security system a failure