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Cpl. Wassef Hassoun claimed he was kidnapped when he disappeared from his unit in 2004, then fled again for eight years
Authorities say Eric Frein, accused of killing trooper at police barracks in Pennsylvania,was known to visit the hotel
Heartwarming videos and photos show Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still's journey as his 4-year-old daughter fights stage 4 pediatric cancer
A Pennsylvania farm has named a calf born with a 7 on its head "Baby Ben" in honor of the Pittsburgh quarterback
Police: "If this would have happened maybe an hour later it would have been a lot worse"
What was once a 10,000 square-ft. mid-century warehouse in Washington, D.C. has been converted to a "Mess Hall" – a professionally equipped playground for budding chefs. Jacqueline Alemany reports.
The Recording Academy and The Grammy Foundation have released the 25 semifinalists in the running for the $10,000 top prize.
Victims' pleasure boat apparently crossed in front of a 600-foot barge in the river between Cincinnati and Newport, Kentucky
NASCAR star recounts spiral of depression after the car he was driving struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr.
Ground stop ordered for flights in Chicago, heading to the area
Victims of OB/GYN who secretly recorded video and pictures speak out, and Mr. Obama has some big shoes to fill at the Justice Dept.
Department of Defense has provided at least 125 school law enforcement agencies in 25 states with military equipment free of charge
Development comes with suspect Jesse Matthew soon being returned to custody in Virginia after arrest
Chilling new details learned about gynecologist who took sexually explicit photos, videos of thousands of women, girls
More arrests hours after St. Louis suburb's top cop apologizes to family of slain black teen Michael Brown
The retiring shortstop hit a grounder in the seventh inning and singled in the bottom of the ninth to tip his career at Yankee Stadium with a victory over the Baltimore Orioles
The City Council decided to return daily operations to elected officials while keeping the emergency manager responsible for overseeing matters in its continuing bankruptcy case
On December 11, 2009, Matt Moeller of Fort Wayne, Indiana was severely wounded by an IED while serving in Afghanistan. On Tuesday, his community showed their gratitude by breaking ground on a new home for the Moeller family, free of charge. WANE-TV's Jesse Hawila reports.
The winner of the competition put on by "Mess Hall," a business incubator for food entrepreneurs, will be announced Saturday
Fans of artist Ai Weiwei will be able to view his unusual art in an unlikely place. Soon visitors will be able to see an exhibit at one of the world's most notorious former prisons: Alcatraz. Visitors will be able to enter an area from which they had been previously barred. KPIX-TV's John Ramos reports.