Lycia Martinez, 39, is suspected of having taken prescription anti-anxiety/muscle-relaxer pills, which were found in her purse, Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Blaine Robbins said
Revelation that 70 staff members cared for now-deceased Ebola patient in Texas hospital raises concerns after nurse infected
Atlanta soaked in heavy rain by weather system blamed for deaths in Alabama and Arkansas; tornadoes reported in several places
As new details emerge in case of Texas nurse who caught Ebola, CBS News meets a top U.S. doc who has found reason for hope in Liberia
Passenger says not long after San Francisco takeoff, "it sounded like we were going to lose the front part of the plane"
Woman at center of right-to-die debate wanted to raise a family with her husband; now she'd just like to beat her cancer, at least until Nov. 1
WHO: Ebola outbreak is "the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times"
Severe weather hit Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Louisiana bringing tornadoes, downed trees and power lines and flash flooding
Items from apartment where Ebola victim stayed might carry infection even after being burned, attorney general argued
CBS News follows high school dropouts trying to turn their lives around at a quasi-military program run by the National Guard
As protests continue around St. Louis following the death of an unarmed black teenager last August, locals want to change the community for the better
Ashoka Mukpo tweeted from a Nebraska hospital that he's "feeling like I'm on the road to good health"
There was an uproar when Spanish officials killed the dog of an Ebola patient, but Dallas officials announce no such plans
"The facts are the facts. ..There is no victim because there was no crime," Florida State University football coach Jimbo Fisher says of Winston's lack of punishment in alleged sexual assault case
Calif. veterinarian undertakes weight-loss program for 37-lb. cat "Biggie"
Nigel the parrot reunited with Calif. owner; but something has changed in this bird
Case is believed to be the first clergy sexual abuse case nationwide to use the public nuisance theory at trial
Disposal facility seeking state officials guarantee that there's no threat from the ash of deceased Ebola patient
Clergy members lead several hundred people on a march, using a bullhorn to read the names of people killed by police nationwide
Three passengers killed when small plane crashes on the only vacant lot in a dense Chicago suburb of single-family homes