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Handler having a "hard time" after Argo was found by his daughter after a thunderstorm passed through the area
Many smaller tremors too tiny to be felt, but the San Francisco Bay Area area has had little chance to settle
Eighteen-year-old Keith Williams is charged with murder in the shooting death of youth city worker Dawnn Jaffier, 26, at a parade in Boston over the weekend
Newly minted Trojan captain rescues 7-year-old nephew struggling in pool, but injures both ankles in the process
New U.S. military moves against ISIS; criticism of President Obama from unlikely source; rough road ahead for auto industry?
Hurricane Cristobal is working its way north from the Bahamas after killing at least one; Hurricane Marie weakening as it leaves Mexico's western coast
Were working in sewer outside Scottsdale, Ariz. mall; firefighters at scene wore full hazmat suits
Continues new tactic of bombing entire tall buildings rather than specific parts of the structures; Israel, Hamas silent on Egyptian call for renewed talks
Craft was on fire when rescue crews arrived
Reading parking signs to avoid getting a ticket can be frustrating, but one particular sign in Culver City, California really takes the cake. It's a whopping 15 feet of rules and regulations, and it's caused so much confusion city officials have already had pieces of it removed. KCAL-TV's Juan Fernandez reports.
Although an estimated $1 billion in property damage came to the area, Sunday's temblor actually makes only a modest long-term economic impact
The agency had been accused of holdups in care that led to the deaths of 40 veterans at the Phoenix VA hospital
Former bureau chief was injured while driving through Vermont, when his car ran off the road
Michael Brown was honored by friends, family, and thousands of other mourners. The Rev. Al Sharpton was among those who eulogized the 18-year-old.
17-year-old suffered seizure after being taken to the emergency room during game
The girl was at an Arizona shooting range with her parents with the incident occurred.
After being beaten by police officers during a traffic stop, one victim and his mother are now fighting against racial profiling and excessive force
A great white shark, estimated to be nearly 15 feet in length, was spotted off of Duxbury Beach, Massachusetts on Monday. Officials were forced to close the crowded beach for approximately one hour.
Deven Jackson didn't let the loss of his legs stop him from fulfilling his dreams of gridiron glory--he's back on the football team thanks to prosthetics. WHP's Kyle Rogers reports.
Swimmers ordered out of the water at beach in Duxbury after shark was spotted by state police helicopter