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Jesse Matthew did not fight extradition to Virginia Thursday, hours after a Texas judge denied him bond on a charge of being a fugitive from justice.
The rodent escaped from Bill de Blasio's hands during a ceremony and later died of internal injuries.
One of the longest serving Attorneys General, Eric Holder the Department of Justice at a time when many controversial choices were made.
A new app, still under development, aims to help parents detect jaundice in infants using a special color target, and regular cell phone photos. KING's Michael Konopasek reports.
The state of Kansas is set to auction off thousands of "adult toys" and other items seized from a chain of adult stores in order to pay off their tax debt. KSHB's Jenna Hanchard reports.
Zookeepers at the Cincinnati Zoo wear gorilla suits while caring for a newborn gorilla abandoned by her mother. WLWT's Andrew Setters reports the keepers will also teach the gorilla vocalizations used by apes.
Virginia authorities hold a news conference to discuss the Hannah Graham case.
The director also said the FBI is working hard to identify two people in ISIS propaganda videos who appear to have American or Canadian accents.
Fugitive wanted in connection with disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been arrested in Texas. NBC's Kurt Gregory reports.
A South Carolina state trooper was fired and charged with assault and battery after allegedly shooting an unarmed man during a traffic stop.
The music video for “Truly Brave” features young cancer patients from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
In his apology made public Thursday, Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson also apologized to the African-American community and peaceful protesters.
Montana police discovered the trailer with 35,000 pounds of rotting chicken at a truck stop this week.
Melora Rivera was awoken Wednesday morning by the intruder who had broken into her Venice home. She managed to call 911 before the man pursued her.
The families of Michael Brown and Eric Garner along with civil rights and social justice organizations hold a news conference.
The FDNY is mourning the deaths of three retired firefighters who died on the same day from 9/11-related illnesses.