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Blackhawks Fly Over Boston Marathon Course

Some spectators took their eyes off the road and turned their attention to the sky before Monday's race when four HH-60M Air Ambulance Blackhawk Helicopters with the Massachusetts Army National Guard flew over the Boston Marathon route.

At Least 20 People Hurt After Car Crashes Into Church

An Easter Sunday service is brought to an abrupt end after a car slams into the front of a Florida church. WBBH’s Andrea Hubbell reports.

Twin Brothers Escape After Kidnapper Steals Car

Two young boys fight off a would-be abductor after the man stole the family car with the boys and their infant sister inside. WOAI’s Randy Escamilla reports.

'Ready to Run': Bombing Survivor's Sister on Track

Carmen Acabbo, whose sister Celeste Corcoran lost her legs last year during the Boston Marathon bombings, tells TODAY’s Natalie Morales that she’s ready to run the race.

Elite Women Runners Start Boston Marathon

The elite women field start the 118th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday in Hopkinton, Mass. on Monday.Some 36,000 athletes will run in the today's race, the second-largest field in the its history and the first marathon since last year's bombing attack.

Wheelchairs, Handcycles and Mobility Impaired Are Off in Boston

Six mobility impaired racers, 30 in wheelchairs and 24 using hand-cycles will participate in the Boston Marathon on Monday, according to the Boston Athletic Association website.%3Cblockquote%20class=%22twitter-tweet%22%20lang=%22en%22%3E%3Cp%3ESelfie.%20Pre%20race%20jitters.

Senator Has Close Encounter With Commuter Train

At a news conference at a commuter train station on Friday, Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal was hit by his own chart on an easel when an Amtrak whizzed by inches away from where he was standing. The news conference was about train safety.

'Lucky' Boy, 16, Stows Away in Plane's Wheel Well

Nine are dead and at least 32 others hurt after a violent weekend in Chicago, with the latest series of shootings taking place near an elementary school, when someone in a car opened fired on a group, hitting five people.

One Year Later, Security Heavy at Boston Marathon

As the 2014 Boston Marathon prepares to get underway one year after bombings killed three and injured more than 200, the security effort has been described as the largest and most advanced presence in the race’s history. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.

Boston Marathon Kicks Off with 36,000 Runners in the Field

The first wave of Boston Marathon competitors hit the pavement at 8:50 a.m. Monday, the first of 36,000 entrants hoping to endure the 26.1 miles from Hopkinton, Mass., to downtown Boston.

Rossen Reports: How Reliable Are Eyewitnesses?

Do you trust your memory? In this segment of Rossen Reports, national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen puts eyewitness memory to the test, setting up a social experiment where people witness a crime and are asked to identify the perpetrator, with some surprising results.

Car Crashes Into Church During Easter Services

At least 21 people were hurt after a car plowed into a church that was packed full of people for Easter services in Fort Myers, Fla. The driver says the car’s breaks malfunctioned as she was pulling into a parking spot. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.

Infographic: Boston Steps Up Marathon Security

The Boston Police Department vows the 2014 Boston Marathon will be a safe, family affair.

KNOW IT ALL: Monday's Top Stories at NBC News

Good morning, and happy Monday. Here are some of the stories we're following today:1.

KNOW IT ALL: Friday's Top Stories at NBC News

Good morning, and happy Monday. Here are some of the stories we're following today:1.

Go Natalie, Go! TODAY's Natalie Morales To Run Boston Marathon

TODAY's Natalie Morales is preparing to run the Boston Marathon for some very special causes.

Caught on Camera: Cessna's 'Spectacular' No-Wheels Landing

Three people riding a small plane suffered some frightening moments mid-air when their landing gear became stuck.

NHL Playoffs: Canadiens Push Lightning to Brink of Elimination

The Tampa Bay Lightning’s season is officially on the line after the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Bolts in Game 3 by a score of 3-2.

Boy Scouts Tells Church It Can't Host Troop Led by Gay Man

The Boy Scouts organization has told a Seattle-area church that it can no longer host a troop because the church has vowed to keep a gay man on as troop leader.

Boston Marathon Security Tight As Somber Anniversary Arrives

Boston is one year stronger.Guarded by extra police officers and monitored by more security cameras, 36,000 runners will step off in the town of Hopkinton on Monday and make their way to the same marathon finish line where two bombs went off within seconds last year.

Stay Home, Sea Dogs! Gale-Force Winds Warning For Calif. Coast


Recall: Oscar Mayer Wishes These Classic Wieners Weren't Cheesy

NEW YORK -- Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of its Oscar Mayer wieners because they may mistakenly contain cheese.The U.S.

Negro League Pitcher, Publisher William 'Bill' Blair Dead at 92

In addition to being a publisher and athlete, William "Bill" Blair fought for civil rights.

73-Year-Old Shot Neighbor Three Times After Argument: Cops

Steven Sentementes of Ansonia, Conn., is held on a $500,000 bond and is accused of first-degree assault and other charges.

Flyers Overcome Two-Goal Deficit to Beat Rangers

It seems only appropriate that Philadelphia ended its nine-game losing streak at Madison Square Garden in dramatic fashion.

Shark Attack: San Jose Scores 7 Straight vs. Kings

San Jose trailed by a pair of goals early on, but emphatically came back.

Teen Stowaway Survives 5-Hour Hawaii Flight In Jet Wheel Well

A 16-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii, surviving the voyage halfway across the Pacific Ocean unscathed despite frigid temperatures, FBI and airline officials said.

16-Year-Old Stowed Away on Maui Flight: FBI

A 16-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii, surviving the voyage halfway across the Pacific Ocean unscathed despite frigid temperatures, FBI and airline officials said.

Shark Attack: San Jose Blows Out Kings

It was a feeding frenzy inside the Shark Tank in San Jose.

Car Plows Into Florida Church, Injuring 21

A car slammed into a Florida church packed for an Easter service on Sunday evening, injuring 21 people, officials said.A preliminary investigation showed that the unidentified female driver of the Lexus sedan reported a brake failure, said Lt. Victor Medico of the Fort Myers Police Department. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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