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The governor actovated 250 more Guard members to help fight wildfires, while in Washington a huge blaze grew by 100 square miles.
Police believe a man fatally shot outside a northeast Florida condominium complex was targeted because he had autism and the shooters wanted his car.
The outcry over the killing of Cecil the lion last month in Zimbabwe has some hunters worried that the incident hurt the sport's image in the U.S.
A funeral for Julie Mott, who died of cystic fibrosis, was held on Aug. 15, and her body disappeared hours after it ended.
A Texas father is devastated to learn that the body of his 25-year-old daughter was taken from a funeral home just hours after her funeral service ended. WOAI's Amanda Weber reports.
Nebraska, Kansas and northwest Missouri are at the greatest risk for damaging winds during the day and isolated tornadoes at night.
Reuters photographer Carlos Barria returns to New Orleans to revisit the locations captured in his photographs a decade after Hurricane Katrina.
A jury ordered a grocery-store chain to pay Michael Jordan $8.9 million for invoking his name in a steak ad without his permission.
Cannabis sales shift from street corner to storefront as opportunists grab what they see as the biggest investment opportunity since the dot-com boom.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was aware of the potential for a catastrophic "blowout" at an abandoned mine that could release "large volumes" of wastewater laced with toxic heavy metals.
A burglar steals a cradle, toys, and other necessities while Iowa mom is giving birth. WHO's Jodi Whitworth reports.
Out in the Atlantic, Hurricane Danny is getting closer to land, packing top winds of 100-miles-per-hour.
Russia has taken on the United States and Europe in a sanctions war, which has recently spilled into some decidedly odd public stunts.
Surveillance cameras captured a thief who took off with an entire display case in the middle of a busy day at the store.
At least 16 massive fires have swept through 400,000 acres of Washington, according to the governor's office.
A mistrial has been declared in the trial of former Charlotte police officer Randall Kerrick, accused of manslaughter in the shooting death of unarmed motorist Jonathan Ferrell. NBC's Dave Wagner reports.
Friends and neighbors show their support for former President Jimmy Carter during his fight against cancer with campaign-style signs. WALB's Aaryn Valenzuela reports.