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Evelyn Howard needed a page from a battered family Bible to get voter registration approval
Two private companies have donated dozens of body cameras to the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department. Officers are being trained to use and wear the cameras amid increased attention on police use of force in the wake of the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
New technology being implemented amid increased attention on police use of force in the wake of Michael Brown's fatal shooting
The world's tennis stars take to the court during America's premier tennis competition
Daughter of Charles Vacca, who was accidentally killed by girl at Arizona shooting range, says she plans to write a letter to the child's family
Military says rescuers found evidence that the pilot did not eject before jet crashed in remote Virginia mountains
Some parents have asked whether their child's placement with a West African roommate should give them reason to worry
Body of Aharon Siofer, ultra-Orthodox yeshiva student from N.J., was found in Jerusalem Forest after disappearing last week
ISIS, other jihadist groups excel at using social media in recruiting; what not to do when working form home; getting kids back on school sleep schedules
Operators Bullets and Burgers won't face any criminal penalties; officials are calling instructor's death an "industrial accident"
Death of James Foley underscores dangers freelancers face as they report from conflict zones, often with little support from outlets that use their work
Photojournalist Nicole Tung discusses the day James Foley disappeared, and the frantic search that followed. Tung was supposed to meet Foley for dinner near the Turkey-Syria border when he was kidnapped.
Attack that occurred earlier this month appears to be work of criminal hackers, possibly from Russia, sources say
After a hiatus since hitting and killing fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr., the 3-time champion will continue in Sprint Cup competition
Court says state's "Robin Hood" system doesn't provide adequate funding or share it fairly among districts in poor and wealthy areas
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station speak to students after their schools won a NASA-sponsored contest. Elliott Ranch Elementary School in Elk Grove, California, and Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, were among the schools selected to participate. KOVR’s Ron Jones reports.
After giving Ray Rice a 2-game suspension for hitting girlfriend, NFL commissioner increases penalties for domestic violence
Senior Anthony Brown left the Trojans, accusing coach Steve Sarkisian of being racist, which comes as the second controversy involving the team in as many days
Steve Sarkisian says he shares responsibility for publicizing fabricated hero story; senior could "potentially" come back during season
Bus carrying passengers around festival struck unidentified woman just after midnight on Thursday