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Video Shows Caged Puppies Strapped to Van Roof

Akron police rescued four scared puppies from a cage strapped to the roof of a van on Friday.

15 UConn Students Hospitalized After Alcohol Poisoning

The students were at a Schoolboy Q rap concert Friday night when they had to be rushed to the hospital for suspected alcohol poisoning.

St. Louis County Cops Fatally Shoot Man Holding Knife

Two St. Louis County officers shot and killed an armed suspect after he charged them while holding a knife, officials said in a statement Saturday.

Clowns Brawl With Animal Rights Activists Under Big Top

Hundreds of spectators in San Bernardino, California, watched the fight break out when activists tried to force their way inside a performance.

Where Are They Now? A Look at Key People in Oklahoma City Bombing

A look at where some of the survivors, heroes, politicians, and other key figures from the terrorist attack are now.

'Scared for My Daughters': Dad Fights Off Naked Burglar

John Davalos came face to face with a naked burglar in his Spring Valley apartment just after midnight on Friday.

LA Coach Accused of Sexually Assaulting Students

A volunteer high school football coach is being held on $450,000 bail on suspicion of sexually assaulting current and former students.

Billionaire Shopping Mall Pioneer Alfred Taubman Dies

A. Alfred Taubman, the self-made billionaire whose philanthropy and business success was clouded by a criminal conviction, has died.

Cars Battle High Waters After Flash Floods in Houston

Intense rains led to flash flooding in Houston, Texas on Friday night.

Plane Passengers Wait 6 Hours on Tarmac in Colorado

The Kansas City-to-Denver flight was diverted to Colorado Springs during bad weather Friday, and passengers say they were kept waiting for hours.

Mattel Wants Your Ideas to Create the Perfect Barbie

Good news, amateur toy makers, Mattel is now teaming up with a company called Quirky to crowdsource ideas for real products.

'Sounded Like a Jet Engine': 11 Hurt in Calif. Gas Explosion

The explosion sparked several small fires, leaving three people critically injured with burns and eight people with minor injuries.

Could Mixing up Taser and Gun Really 'Happen to Anyone'?

"You must believe me," the reserve deputy said. "It can happen to anyone."

Born in the USA: Inside the Minds of ISIS Wannabes

A new study says U.S. residents accused of supporting the terror gang are drawn in by the fantasy, and not necessarily an urge to attack Americans.

Gas Pipeline Explosion Shuts Down Part of Highway

The explosion occurred at the Fresno County Gun Range Friday afternoon.

Towing Company Says Go Easy on ESPN's Britt McHenry

Britt McHenry was suspended from ESPN for a week after a video showing her insulting the physical appearance and intelligence of a clerk was posted.

Plane Makes Crash-Landing Along Texas Highway

The pilot and two passengers on board the twin-engine plane suffered minor injuries after the plane bound for Houston landed along U.S. 59.

'No Water, No Workers': Town Shrinks Amid Historic Drought

The land in Stratford, California, isn't sinking as it has in some towns, but business is drying up as the town is ravaged by an historic drought.

Musician Twin Shadow's Tour Bus Crashes in Colorado

A dozen people were injured when a tour bus collided with another tour bus and two trucks on a fog-blanketed stretch of a Colorado highway Friday.

Remembering the Oklahoma City Bombing 20 Years Later

Music Tour Buses Involved in Colorado Crash

Police say a mix of snow, ice and foggy conditions along I-70 played a factor in Friday's accident.

Oklahoma Makes Nitrogen Gas Backup Execution Method

The gas would be used if lethal injection was ruled unconstitutional or the drugs were unavailable.

Verizon Moves Closer to Cable a la Carte

Verizon announces plan to offer customers more control over the channels they pay for using FiOS Custom TV service. NBC's Mark Barger reports.

Semi Crash Spills Millions of Bees On Washington Highway

A truck hauling millions of honeybees to a Washington blueberry farm overturned on a highway, spilling hives across the asphalt.

FBI Posing as Repairmen in Sting Went Too Far: Judge

FBI agents cut off the Internet service to the room where world champion poker player, Paul Phua, 50, was staying then claimed to be repairmen.

Bombing Victim's Parents: Don't Execute Tsarnaev

Bill and Denise Richard, whose son was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings, said the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would extend their grief.

Chicks Rescued From Mail

These young chicks and ducklings were meant to be Easter presents but never made to their destination and are in the care of a Georgia animal shelter. WXIA's Jon Shirek reports.

Mailman Who Flew Gyrocopter to Capitol Is a 'Patriot': Wife

Doug Hughes, a 61-year-old mail carrier from Florida, piloted the small craft through restricted airspace and a no-fly zone Thursday and was arrested.

Ohio's Syria-Trained Terror Suspect a 'Normal Kid'?

Defense attorney Sam Shamansky says his client, Syrian-trained terror suspect Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, speaks outside of an Ohio courtroom Friday about his client. Mohamud is suspected of wanting to help the terrorist group Al-Nusrah Front and kill Americans.

Dad Who Left Young Son at Deadly Wreck Gets Prison

Angelo Fabiani, 41, was sentenced to four years in prison after he got into a crash in San Diego and left his 4-year-old son behind, who later died. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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