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Steven Jonas, 49, was taken into custody after the body of Zachary Paulsen was found lying against a fence near a bike trail on Saturday in Clive, Iowa
"All clear" announced following shooting incident at Fort Lee, headquarters of CASCOM; one person wounded
Among the wounded was a 3-year-old boy, who was taken to the hospital in critical condition after he was accidentally shot in the head with his father's gun on Friday
Assessing damage day after powerful California quake; funeral for Ferguson, Missouri shooting victim Michael Brown Jr.; what's on market for $725M and covers 6 counties?
Austin teen Isabella Rose Taylor is taking the fashion world by storm, living a dream that started 5 years ago
Dozens of evacuations as firefighters battle high winds and rugged terrain near Weaverville
Some fear the sale of the massive $725 million Waggoner Ranch could mean the last roundup of true cowboy culture
Nurses had to protect the newborn from falling debris, reports CBS San Francisco
6.1 shaker in Napa Valley region famous for wineries injured dozens, rattled historic buildings, set off fires
4 others hurt in what police called random shootings within about hour of each other
Ahead of his son's funeral on Monday, the father of the slain 18-year-old thanked supporters and told them "all I want is peace"
Denny Hamlin fired his HANS device at Kevin Harvick in a race at Bristol Motor Speedway after being hit and spinning out
The flight landed safely at Sky Harbor International Airport, but it is unclear what caused the interruption in travel
The $13 billion per year wine industry still assessing damage; while some wineries have tried to earthquake-proof their goods, not all succeeded
The Jackie Robinson West team from the city's South Side rallied late, but could not come back against the Korean team, losing 8-4
A seismological warning set up by scientists let them know that the temblor in the Bay Area was coming; hope grows to use it statewide
Police say series early morning gun attacks that also wounded two others in San Fernando Valley could be related
Aerial footage shows the destruction in Napa, California, caused by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake that struck the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday morning.
Early-morning magnitude 6.0 temblor rattles residents of San Francisco Bay Area, injuring dozens
Rep. William Lacy Clay said he promised Michael Brown's parents that the federal government's investigation will be transparent