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Former Giants linebacker Carl Banks has heard some people compare his former teammate, Lawrence Taylor, to Jadeveon Clowney.
Police say they received dozens of tips from the public and that pressure may have convinced Robert Corchado to give himself up to authorities.
Prosecutors say the former assistant city administrator failed to "do her job honestly" and betrayed the city southeast of downtown LA.
Why did the crocodile cross the road? Answer: To get to the strip mall, which is where animal control captured it. Richard Sharp reports.
A knife-wielding robber was no match for a 92-year-old World War II veteran and his pistol packing wife. Courtis Fuller reports.
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being investigated by police in Miami in connection to an incident that allegedly began at a luxury hotel.
UPMC Presbyterian Trauma Surgeon Dr. Juan Carlos Puyana, describes the life-threatening wounds that stabbing victim Jared Borger arrived with, to WPXI-TV.
NBC's Anne Thompson and Ron Allen are joined by Dr. Robin Goodman to discuss the high school stabbing in Pennsylvania, and Dr. Goodman offers her expertise on childhood traumatic grief-related injuries.