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One teen was killed and another was injured in a boating accident near the Old Greenwich Yacht Club in Connecticut. WFSB's Erin Connolly reports.
The monorail at the Dallas Zoo came to a halt this morning because of an external power surge. The zoo's ladders were too short to reach the passengers, so Dallas Fire Rescue was called in to help. KTVT's Susy Solis reports.
A Fla. woman has been arrested on first-degree murder charges after allegedly telling her 6-year-old grandson she had a "surprise" for him, then stabbing him to death
Maj. Gen. Harold Greene is the highest-ranked American officer killed in combat in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
Mike Fisher, a bed and breakfast owner in the Rio Grande Valley, says immigrants crossing the border are spending the night on his property and affecting his bottom line. KGBT's Robert Crandall reports from the Rio Grande Valley.
Joshua Ploetz said he needed every inch of the river's 2,300 miles to paddle away the demons of war
Army begins questioning 28-year-old sergeant about his disappearance in Afghanistan that led to five years in captivity by the Taliban
Medical advances are furthering the chances of resuscitating those whose hearts have stopped, thanks to the effects of bone-chilling cold
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
Hawaii officials are worried back-to-back storms could shut down Hawaii's shipping ports, cut off access to remote communities
Hawaii preparing for one hurricane and maybe another; how Americans view the child border crossers; and why to never, ever lie on your resume
Iselle expected to hit Thursday; forecasters keeping eye on Julio, which may follow it
16-year-old dies and another girl is injured when they are struck by propeller of boat towing them in Long Island Sound
Jennifer Huston had been missing for nearly two weeks before her body was found near her SUV along a rural road
it's often a matter of life or death as smugglers try out outrun cops or dump immigrants in the brush to die in heat
Woman arrested, charged with child endangerment after she allegedly left her son in the car to redeem a $10 Pittsburgh casino voucher she'd won that night
The Charles W. Morgan first sailed in 1841, it was one of 2,700 American ships that brought back the whale oil that lit the nation's lamps; On Wednesday, it returned from its final voyage
Thieves did some heavy lifting after breaking into shop class at a Sacramento high school
Three federal appeals judges are hearing arguments about gay marriage bans in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee
Police in Georgia and California will exchange notes about the deaths of two men linked to alleged prostitute Alix Tichelman