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The 71-year-old real estate heir is facing weapons and drug charges in New Orleans before he'll be extradited to Los Angeles on a murder charge.
More than 10,000 people died in drunken driving crashes in 2013, yet in some states, drivers convicted of repeated DUIs keep returning to the road.
Less than a week after host Kathy Griffin announced she was leaving E!'s "Fashion Police," the network says the show will go on an extended hiatus.
Three swastikas were spray-painted inside a fraternity house at Tennessee's Vanderbilt University in what described as a "reprehensible" act.
Popular Sigma Chi house on campus closed up and several members suspended amid hazing allegations. Jennifer Bauer of KPRC reports.
Three people were killed and at least four others wounded in an apparent drive-by shooting outside of a convenience store in Stockton, California.
A scam artist who tried to rip off a Colorado woman appeared to change his mind after his target broken down in tears and told him she was pregnant.
SkyWest apologized for the "inconvenience" but did not go into detail on the "paperwork issue" that forced Tuesday night's turnaround.
Casey Boyd, who was traveling on vacation, said the flight got 'pretty close' before turning back. Alex Cabrero of KSL reports from Salt Lake City.
NBC Sports gives you the rundown on which teams are likely to fall short at the 2015 NCAA tournament.
Sarah Carr was told she was guilty of tax fraud - until she told the mystery caller she was nine months pregnant. Whitney Wild of KUSA reports.
Liz Mair said some of her posts "was at odds with that which Gov. Walker has always encouraged in political discourse."
Florida family says wildlife officers tried to capture nuisance bear repeatedly before it attacked their dog. WESH's Dave McDaniel reports.
A North Carolina man was charged with murder in the disappearances of Food Network star Cristie Schoen, her husband and their unborn child.
A contestant on "Food Network Star", her husband, and unborn child were murdered in a small western North Carolina community. Ashley Swann reports.
A Massachusetts couple thought they legally adopted a dog they found in Aruba. But a woman in Aruba says the dog legally belongs to her and she wants it back. WJAR's Alison Bologna reports.
Ministers in the nation's eighth-largest Protestant denomination will still be able to decline to perform such ceremonies, the church said.