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A San Diego woman may have to pay more than $15,000 for renting rooms through home-sharing website Airbnb despite a city order to cease operations.
A 24-year-old man shot by police Wednesday after a pursuit and alleged carjacking attempt in West Oakland died at a hospital from his injuries.
Children in kindergarten, first grade and second grade may be hitting the books too hard in their after-school hours, a new study finds.
Protesters chanted "Black Lives Matter" at the end of a town hall in Nevada held by presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
A concert-goer captured video of the chaos after a partial roof collapse at First Avenue, a music venue in Minneapolis.
Ralkina Jones, who died in police custody in Ohio may have been improperly medicated, newly released documents show.
Mandatory evacuation orders remained for about 150 people near the Jerusalem fire, which broke out Sunday just south of another large blaze.
The four, between the ages of 15 and 20, turned themselves in and are being questioned in the Aug. 8 prank that had some patrons fearing an attack.
The Jerusalem fire in northern California has burned more than 16,000 acres in three days. The fire is just 6 percent contained.
Five Greenpeace protesters who tried to stop a Shell oil ship from reaching Alaska last month should be fined $5,000 apiece for interfering with safe operations, Coast Guard investigators say.
Daniel Lee Lopez, 27, wrote letters to a federal judge and pleaded for his execution to move forward for the 2009 death of a police lieutenant.
Two tanker trucks collided on the New Jersey Turnpike in East Brunswick, N.J., Wednesday evening, sparking a massive fire that gutted both trucks and halted traffic for miles in both directions.
The parents of a Zachary Hammond demanded Wednesday that law enforcement give them more information about their son's final moments — as the feds said they would open a parallel investigation.
A Sheriff in King County, Washington wants body cameras for police, but says the county can't afford them. KING's Alex Rozier reports.
The re-opening symbols a new chapter in US-Cuban diplomatic and political relations but tourists and one Cuban resident we spoke with wonder how re-establishing diplomatic ties with the U.S. will impact Cuba's economy and culture.
A riot at Folsom State Prison resulted in the death of one inmate and sent five others to the hospital to be treated for stab wounds, prison officials said.
Judges and businessmen have gone to prison, thousands of convictions have been tossed out, and now victims are reaping millions in compensation.
Prosecutors said the settlement is the largest ever in California for workplace safety violations involving a single victim.
With an estimated 55,000 abandoned hard-rock mines pockmarking parts of the West, another spill could happen again — and it's only a matter of time.