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Wife Released in Fatal Shooting of California Mayor

Mayor Daniel Crespo of Bell Gardens, California, was shot and killed Tuesday during what authorities told NBC News was a domestic dispute.

Wife Released in Fatal Shooting of California Mayor

Bell Gardens, California, Mayor Daniel Crespo was shot and killed Tuesday during what authorities told NBC News was a domestic dispute.

Texting While Walking: Dangerous Traffic Trend for Teens

Two in five teens say they have been hit or nearly hit by a car, bike or motorcycle while walking, a new report finds.

California Mayor Shot to Death by Wife: Investigators

Bell Gardens, California, Mayor Daniel Crespo was shot and killed Tuesday during what authorities told NBC News was a domestic dispute.

Court Upholds Mining Ban Near Grand Canyon

A federal judge left in place a 20-year ban on hard-rock mining near the Grand Canyon, which had been challenged by industry groups.

School Tells Girls: Yoga Pants Too Distracting

A North Dakota high school's new dress codes bans yoga pants, skinny jeans and leggings saying the garments are just too provocative. KVLY's Christina Craig reports.

Pennsylvania State Trooper Killed in Gun Range Accident

Trooper David Kedra, 26, was participating in a training exercise at a gun range in Conshohocken at around 4:45 p.m. when he was shot in the chest.

Could He Have Spread It? What We Know About the U.S. Ebola Patient

Here are answers to key questions about the first person to accidentally bring Ebola to the United States.

Obama Visits MLK Memorial With Indian Prime Minister

U.S. President Barack Obama visited the Martin Luther King Memorial with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.

Dead Child Targeted In Voter Drive

A conservative group is under fire for mailing voter registration fliers to children, the deceased andeven pets. WNCN's Beau Minnick reports.

This Is The World's Most Advanced Prosthetic Hand

Prosthetic limbs have been around for decades, but new type of prosthetic hand called 'Michelangelo' could be the best ever. WJAR's R.J. Heim reports.

Oklahoma Unveils New Execution Rules After Botched Death

The new protocols come after an inmate writhed and moaned for 43 minutes as he was being executed in April, a case that drew criticism.

Mumia Abu-Jamal to Be Graduation Speaker

The convicted cop killer will speak to graduates at Goddard College in Vermont, his alma mater, by a recording made in prison.

Family Stranded on Capsized Boat

A fishing tournament turns into terrifying fight for survival off Florida coast. WBBH's Hojek reports.

Report: Armed Ex-Con Was on Elevator With Obama in Atlanta

An armed ex-con rode an elevator with President Barack Obama while he was in Atlanta to visit the CDC to discuss the Ebola plague, it was revealed.

Transgender Policy Change Draws Fire

Opponents of Minnesota proposal that would allow transgender athletes to play sports based on gender identity launched a controversial ad campaign to get out their message. KARE's Blake McCoy reports.

Restaurant Manager at Scene of Mass Shooting Arrested

The manager of a Miami restaurant where 15 people, including children, were shot during a party last weekend was arrested.

'Gutless' Cop-Killer Planted Bombs in Woods: Police

Police say the explosives they believe were left by Eric Frein were fully functional.

California Mayor Shot and Killed by Wife: Officials

The mayor of Bell Gardens was shot and killed, a worker at City Hall confirmed Tuesday.

Bell Gardens Mayor Shot: City Hall Worker

The mayor of Bell Gardens was shot, a worker at City Hall confirmed Tuesday.

White House Intruder Indicted on Federal Charges

The man who scaled a fence and barged into the White House with a knife earlier this month was indicted on both federal and local charges Tuesday.

Missing UVA Disappearance Linked to 2009 Homicide

In what police are calling a 'significant break,' Hannah Graham’s alleged abductor, Jesse Matthews, may be connected to an unsolved murder from 2009.

CDC: Ebola Diagnosed in U.S. for First Time

The CDC has confirmed the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States is at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

Secret Service Chief Grilled Over White House Security Breach

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson appeared before a Congressional Committee on Tuesday to answer questions about recent security failures.

California Is First State to Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags

Under the new law, people who forget their own bag will have to pay for a reusable one.

Camera Allowed for Trial in Colorado Theater Shootings

The judge rejecting objections by both prosecutors and the defense in the trial of James Holmes, who's pleaded insanity in the 2012 shootings.

CDC Confirms First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in U.S.

CDC confirms that Ebola patient contracted the disease while in Liberia.

CDC Confirms First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in U.S.

CDC confirms that Ebola patient contracted the disease while in Liberia.

Suspect Arrested in Kentucky High School Shooting

The shooting at Fern Creek High School in Louisville, Ky., left a student with non life-threatening injuries and prompted a lockdown at two schools.

Passersby Free Woman Locked in Car Trunk

A pair of Good Samaritans free a apparent kidnap victim from trunk of car. Katie Bauer reports, the woman had been missing for days.


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