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Residents in one Hawaiian neighborhood are dealing with the aftermath of a sinkhole caused by a burst water main for the second time in 8 months.
Members of Our Lady of Solitude Church in Palm Springs, California were shocked to find their church had been vandalized overnight.
A candlelight vigil Thursday remembered the Ohio boy shot to death by police, on what would have been his 13th birthday.
A ministry is building a 500 foot version of Noah's Ark for tourism in Kentucky. WLWT's Andrew Setters reports.
A Texas man discovered the Confederate flag he flies on his mother's home was burned. KPRC's Ryan Korsgard reports.
Video posted to YouTube shows an Illinois man being stunned and cursed at by officers on a Metra transit train.
A Texas animal sanctuary is unable to accept animals until repairs are made, which could take months, after a 60-foot tree fell on it.
75 firefighters took more than an hour to contain an arson fire at Baptist church in Charlotte, North Carolina, in early hours of Wednesday.
D.C. Gotoufas hears his wife's and daughter's voices for the first time thanks to new implants. WFLA's Gayle Guyardo reports.
Gene Palmer, a guard at the Clinton Correctional Facility, was charged with accepting artworks from Richard Matt and David Sweat in return for tools.
Fire at Charlotte, North Carolina's Briar Creek Road Baptist Church is being looked at as a potential hate crime. WCNC's Tony Burbeck reports.
In a huge victory for the Obama administration, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the president's health care law in a decisive 6-3 decision.
Pinckney was one of nine people fatally shot by alleged gunman Dylann Roof at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston June 17.
America's "favorite pastime" is establishing a level of trust between the youths of Englewood, Chicago and the police -- who want a positive image.
The second employee arrested in the escape of two convicted killers once described his New York prison as a place that could lead workers to suicide.
Over 10 million people have signed up for health insurance under Obamacare, and many families say it's literally been a lifesaver.