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Investigators are probing the background of a suspect in a shooting spree in Moscow, Idaho, that left three people dead and another critically wounded. A gunman opened fire Saturday at three separate locations in the western Idaho city, killing a victim at each site. John Lee,...
TOMBALL, Texas (AP) — Authorities now say they do not consider an incident at a Texas hospital involving a distraught father to be a hostage situation. The Harris County Sheriff's Office said Saturday night that a man was distraught about his son's medical condition and was with...
HOUSTON (AP) — Authorities say a man believed to be the father of a patient has taken at least two people hostage at a hospital near Houston. It was not immediately clear if the man was armed. The Harris County Sheriff's Office said Saturday night it believed the man was a...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Police on Saturday were investigating the possibility of gang involvement in the killings of four men shot to death in a trendy San Francisco neighborhood. The four were shot while sitting in a double-parked car around 10 p.m. Friday in the Hayes Valley...
NEW YORK (AP) — Hundreds of people holding pens aloft in support of free expression rallied in New York City on Saturday to mourn victims of a deadly terror attack targeting a French satirical publication. The demonstrators braved freezing temperatures in Manhattan's Washington...
BALTIMORE (AP) — In a spectacular fall from grace, Maryland's second-highest ranking Episcopal leader and the first female bishop in her diocese was charged with drunken driving and manslaughter after fatally striking a cyclist in late December. Heather Cook, 58, turned herself...
LA CONCHITA, Calif. (AP) — Ten years later, Diane Hart still has trouble sleeping at night. The 2005 landside in the seaside Southern California community of La Conchita engulfed homes and left 10 dead. Hart was buried alive in a mount of rock and house debris. She was injured,...
LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) — A state appeals court affirmed a Kauai attorney's harassment conviction for licking a former client's ear. Lawrence McCreery did intend to harass, annoy or alarm his former client when he licked the woman, the Intermediate Court of Appeals said in a ruling...
NEW YORK (AP) — Hundreds have turned out in New York City in support of free expression after the deadly terror attack targeting a French satirical publication. Several hundred people braved freezing temperatures in Manhattan's Washington Square Park on Saturday as a woman...