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13-year-old Charlie Wilstead Finlayson was camping with his father David in a remote area of Idaho. A falling boulder severely injured his father, leaving Charlie to hike miles to get help. KTVB's Bonnie Shelton reports.
A program at Cedar Creek Corrections Center in Washington State teaches inmates the art of beekeeping. KING's Alison Morrow reports.
Police did not release the name of the suspect because they are working on more arrests in the wake of the Aug. 19 shooting in Rochester, New York.
Frank E. Petersen made history twice as the first African-American aviator in the Marine Corps and then as its first African-American general.
The car went down the 110-foot embankment in the Hudson Valley Wednesday, landing on a house, authorities said.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Virginia TV station WDBJ to remember photographer Adam Ward and reporter Alison Parker.
Rochester Police have arrested a suspect in the drive-by shooting that killed three people outside a Boys and Girls Club.
The two Air Force Special Operations airmen died after gunmen dressed in Afghan security forces uniforms opened for on their vehicle Wednesday.
A woman was arrested after breaking into a dance and taunting officers at the end of a pursuit Wednesday night near downtown Los Angeles.
The Border Patrol agent who shot and killed Richard Matt tells NBC News in an exclusive interview that the fugitive gave him no choice.
Seattle Children's Hospital Bellevue Clinic says thousands of young patients may have been put at risk of Hepatitis and HIV infections due to a failure to follow proper cleaning procedures. KING's Jesse Knutson reports.
McDonald's Corp and Tyson Foods both severed ties with a Tennessee farm where workers were seen on video stabbing, clubbing and stomping on chickens.
Two people were dead and one person was in critical condition after a hazadous materials incident involving an unknown substance.
Police said De'Eris Brown confessed to firing into the home, killing 9-year-old Jamyla Bolden as she did her homework, but a motive was not released.
"Road Home" program put in place to help New Orleans residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina falls short for many. WDSU's Camille Whitworth reports.
Forecasters and emergency agencies prepped for a long weekend as Tropical Storm Erika wobbled toward Puerto Rico and then the southern Atlantic coast.
The gunman who shot two journalists to death during a live broadcast had a wig, six magazines of ammunition, and a to-do list in his car.
Officials in Ferguson, Missouri, hold a press conference to discuss an arrest in the shooting of 9-year-old Jamyla Bolden.
The WDBJ station manager on Thursday spelled out the details of Flanagan's troubled year at the station.