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Storms were set to sweep into the rain-soaked Dallas-Fort Worth area early Saturday, capping off a week of wild weather for the whole region.
A standoff between law enforcement and an armed suspect at the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club continued for hours Saturday morning.
Police said evidence connects the fatal shooting of a cyclist who was riding on a rural road and the shooting of a woman driving on Interstate 25.
The boat captain jumped into the water and speared the fish. The fish then started thrashing around and struck him in the upper chest with its bill.
North Texas doctors say with all the rain and flooding forcing wild animals out of their natural habitats, they are seeing a spike in snake bites.
Indictment alleges former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was paying hush money to keep someone silent about "prior misconduct."
A new gun surrender program in Texas has the government teaming up with a private gun range to collect firearms from convicted abusers.
A Catholic priest was found guilty Friday in federal court of sexually assaulting a woman aboard a flight from Philadelphia to LAX.
Competing protests in Phoenix near a mosque where a group planned a controversial "Muhammad cartoon contest" ended with no reports of violence.
A retired Nevada school teacher insisted he was acting in self-defense in February 2014 when he shot and killed an unarmed trespasser and seriously wounded another.
Andrew McComb, 6, was inside a home along with eight others when the structure was swept away by the flooded Blanco River in Hays County this week.
A woman was arrested and accused of murder for striking and running over a motorcyclist identified as an active duty officer in the Navy's special operations.
California beaches were reopened Friday after being closed for more than two days because tar balls washed ashore, authorities said.
TV actor Dustin Diamond was convicted Friday of two misdemeanors stemming from a barroom fight, but a Wisconsin jury cleared the former "Saved by the Bell" actor of the most serious felony charge.
One man who supports Friday's 'Draw Muhammad' Contest in Phoenix showed up at the event armed and said he would gladly shoot anyone who attempted to attack the event or participants.
The expanded recall includes about 375,000 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado pickup trucks and 60,000 Subaru Impreza and Saab 9-2x cars.
The Pentagon on Friday identified five more potentially live Anthrax samples that were sent to labs, and a review has been ordered.
Prosecutors say Angelika Graswald sabotaged her husband's kayak so it would fill with water on the Hudson River, then denied him help.
A Georgia man receives a kidney from a waitress at a Hooters restaurant he frequents. WXIA's Ryan Kruger reports.