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The Minnesota Vikings on Friday deactivated all-pro rusher Adrian Peterson after the 29-year-old was indicted in for his son's injury.
New York is the latest state to confirm cases of a severe respiratory illness among children that has no vaccine
Mandatory evacuations were ordered Friday evening for a canyon area in the Cleveland National Forest, where a 1,300 acre brush fire was burning.
A California man is behind bars after allegedly serving the sick revenge dish to an ex-girlfriend, then taunting her with texts about her missing dog.
The children, who ranged in age from 1 to 8, and who police say were killed by their father, were remembered for the simple joys in their lives.
Redding, California police also charged the suspect with stalking and animal cruelty charges. Affiliate KNVN reports.
The South Carolina father accused of killing his five children waived his right to appear in court on Friday. Jay Gray reports.
The 17-year-old teen arrested in connection with the killing of a 6-year-old Washington state girl has formally been charged with murder and rape.
For the first time, the White House declared that we are at war with ISIS, though not everyone in the administration is describing it that way.
Barry and June Steenkamp want Oscar Pistorius to know he took more than just Reeva's life when he killed her.
From adorable paddling pups to a 99-year-old grandma sewing a dress a day for girls in need, here are some highlights from Nightly News this week.
Timothy Ray Jones, who is charged with killing his children in South Carolina and dumping them in Alabama, is due back in court Nov. 13.
The Ohio Civil Service Employees Association says officials at the Allen Correctional Institution in Lima failed to do enough to secure the facility.
A judge said Arizona must issue a death certificate that says Fred McQuire was married to his late partner, despite that state's gay-marriage ban.
NBC News' Mark Murray and Carrie Dann preview Hillary Clinton's first trip back to Iowa since the end of her 2008 presidential campaign.
A lawsuit alleges an angry Family Dollar manager lunged over counter and punched a customer who was disputing the amount of money she was owed. KOB's Lauren Hansard reports.