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A woman attacked by a bear in Orlando, Fla., shared her terrifying story of being mauled in her own garage. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
Jeff Francoeur reported to play ball with his new Padres teammates and fell for an elaborate joke.
Details are emerging about the troubled history of the gunman accused of killing several people at Jewish centers in Kansas City, a former KKK leader with a history of anti-Semitism. NBC’s Ron Allen reports.
A Southwest Airlines flight on its way from Chicago to Sacramento yesterday had to make an emergency landing on Nebraska because of an unruly passenger, who was subdued by others on the plane.
A pilot had to land a California-bound flight in Nebraska after a passenger tried to leave the plane while it was flying, before he was tackled by three people.
Los Angeles police officers shot and killed a knife-wielding homeless man outside a discount store in Hollywood on Sunday, officials said.
Van carrying 13 people collides with two other vehicles, flips several times and goes at least 40 feet down an embankment in Vernon, Conn., official say.
A mechanical failure caused the pilot to attempt an emergency landing. However, high winds caused the plane to come down about a half-mile from the runway.
Prosecutors say the killer and his victim were friends for two decades, but had a falling-out over demolition work.
Authorities have a person of interest in custody in connection with the Overland Park, Kan., shootings.