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In the latest case, Sacramento police said, a woman discovered a decapitated lamb head in a bag, following similar cases of other found animal heads.
Dead animals, along with their severed heads, stuffed into paper bags and boxes, have been found in three Sacramento, California parks, leaving residents on edge. KCRA's Richard Sharp reports.
Speaking about the former mayor of New York City's comments on President Obama where he said "do not believe that the president loves America," White House spokesman Josh Earnest says, "I feel sorry for Rudy Giuliani."
Firefighters pull two stranded dogs and their owner from an icy Massachusetts marsh. Tim Caputo reports.
A Florida-based dealer is selling the purported panties belonging to Samantha Bachynski, who is serving a life sentence for a murderous crime spree.
New Yorker Josh Landress captured images of floating chunks of ice in a nearly frozen over East River, from his apartment balcony.
The brutal winter has wreaked enough havoc on the city of Harlan, Kentucky, and the police department there can't seem to "let it go," jokingly issuing an arrest warrant for the character Queen Elsa from Disney's animated hit "Frozen."
Railroad companies want the right to run freight trains without an on-board conductor, which critics say raises the risk of accidents.
A Florida-based "murderabilia" vendor is drawing criticism for selling panties warn by Michigan killer Samantha Bachynski. WEYI's Nicky Zizaza reports.
90-year-old Harry Stewart was a distinguished fighter pilot in World War II, but was denied work as a pilot after the war because of the color of his skin. WDIV's Roger Weber reports.
Gov. Charlie Baker and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority discuss winter storm recovery plan.
NBC's Kerry Sanders reports from the banks of the Ohio River, underneath the Roebling Suspension Bridge, where frigid temps have made for some pretty extraordinary circumstances.
The husband of road rage murder victim Tammy Meyers lashes out at the alleged killer, revealing on live TV, that he was a family acquaintance. KSNV's Antonio Castelan reports.
A police dog is being kicked off the force after biting a doughnut shop worker and an officer in separate incidents.
Hint: It's not "Feburary."