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"I told him I promised to give him a hug, and he came down."
Officer Edward Nero, one of six Baltimore officers charged in the arrest and death of Gray, faces assault and misconduct in office charges.
A spring storm system brought lightning, hail and flooding to parts of the Midwest late Wednesday evening.
Police in Arlington, Texas, were involved in a slow-speed pursuit of a bull as it trotted through city neighborhoods.
Two cars were street-racing in Riverside, California, when witnesses said a driver lost control, struck a light pole and rolled over, police said.
The weather system that has bedeviled the Plains and the Midwest is weakening, but more storms are forecast from Texas to the mid-Mississippi Valley.
The House has blocked access to its networks from Yahoo mail accounts, according to a House IT office memo that emerged last week.
Lucille "Venus" Love spent most of her life searching for her family and was finally reunited with her sister in Arizona.
North Carolina moped driver's helmet camera captures confrontation with furious driver. WCNC's Dan Yesenosky reports.
Fewer Americans are traveling overseas to fight alongside ISIS, FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday.
President Obama has signed a law which designated the bison as America's first national mammal. The Weather Channel's Domenica Davis reports
A grand jury returned an indictment charging Michael Slager with civil rights violation, using a firearm in violent crime and justice obstruction.
Listen as realtor Angela Brant describes the scene where so much hail piled up during the night in Omaha, Nebraska, that it took a bulldozer to remove
This video of a drone flying through Seattle's unfinished Alaskan Way Viaduct, gives a unique view of the project, which isn't officially sl
How is it possible a sugary cereal could be considered healthy but not almonds, avocados and salmon? The FDA is wants to redefine "healthy" food.
Robert Dear has declared himself a "warrior for the babies" and said he was guilty of the shootings in Colorado Springs that killed three people.
Several Michigan high school lacrosse players are under investigation after allegedly killing a guinea pig and drinking its blood as part of pre-game ritual. WDIV's Mara MacDonald reports.
The future of transportation could be closer than you think as Hyperloop One tested its electric engine in its first open-air demonstration.
PET scans that highlight the tangle-causing protein tau may better predict memory loss of Alzheimer's than older methods, researchers say.
Details of the settlement were confidential, but a joint statement said that the county will adopt policy changes to address issues raised in the suit