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In latest civil disobedience over fatal shooting of black teen Michael Brown by white cop, demonstrators renew demand that prosecutor step aside
Team had reinstated star running back after one-game suspension in wake of child abuse allegations against him
Rochester man, 30, allegedly tried to aid 3 men to join and fight with ISIS
Nearly a dozen wildfires burning have been exacerbated by the state's third straight year of drought
Executive director DeMaurice Smith explains union's decision to appeal the indefinite suspension of former Baltimore Ravens running back
Detroit-area doctor accused of giving patients unnecessary cancer treatments
"We do our students a disservice when we scrub history clean of unpleasant truths," academic tells state's Board of Education
Team of criminal justice researchers will study issue, recommend strategies, attorney general says
Police say the driver "sacrificed her own life" to push a 10-year-old girl away from a rolling bus
The lawsuit claims online retailers were negligent for supplying suspect James Holmes before the 2012 movie theater attack
Stewart struck and killed fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr. last month during a race; jury to decide whether he will face charges
Police say Eric Matthew Frein, who expressed a desire to commit mass murder, is considered armed and "extremely dangerous"
For Susan Suazo, Slinkys are more than just child’s play. She's been at it for 40 years and now she's taking her quirky collection to the Guinness Book of World Records. KRQE's Katherine Mozzone reports.
Native American representative says league's handling of domestic violence and child abuse cases -- in addition to the derogatory team name -- a symptom of "moral arrogance"
Charles Severance, 53, is accused of fatally shoot three people over a 10-year period in Alexandria, Va.
The flood of ships arriving for the Gold Rush often encountered problems in the treacherous waters off Northern California
Symantec VP says policy of blocking LGBT sites inconsistent with "values and the mission of our software"
Residents of towns in El Dorado County, California evacuate their homes for safer ground. Authorities worry about the fire jumping Highway 50. KVOR's Nick James reports.
Michael Brown, 18, was fatally shot by a police officer on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Mo., sparking protests and bringing national attention to police treatment of African-Americans
Burien, Washington has passed a new trespassing law that makes it illegal to have an offensive body order in public parks, the library and city hall. Opponents of the law say that it unconstitutionally targets the homeless. KIRO's Deborah Horne reports.