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A Florida deputy kills a man who charged at him with a samurai sword. SNN's Grant Boxleitner reports.
A strange formation at the bottom of a Utah irrigation pond baffles farmers and scientists. KSL's John Hollenhorst reports.
Mohammad Farrah, director of advocacy group "Ka-Joong," tells NBC's Ron Allen that the vast majority of Somali's are law-abiding citizens, but that it's a few bad apples, who give the Somali community a bad name.
Five people who claimed that they were brutalized by police during the recent protests in Ferguson, Mo., file $40 million lawsuit. KSDK's Mike Rush reports.
The missionaries' 21-day health monitoring periods ended at different times depending on when each had last been in contact with Ebola patients.
Union Pacific Railroad says the intoxicated motorist hit one train before an inbound train slammed into him, dragging it 120 feet.
A Phoenix mother who was arrested after leaving her two children in hot car during job interview is reunited with her family. KPNX reporter Kevin Kennedy has the story.
Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to serve an updated riff on this picnic and potluck classic and to ensure your potato salad stands out.
A Florida nursing home is being investigated after a 90-year-old patient became non responsive after sitting in the sun, alone, for hours. WBBH's Bryan Anderson reports.
American hostages were treated more harshly than European prisoners and Foley was repeatedly tortured, sources said.
Marilyn Jean Hartman, 62, has been arrested three times in August for boarding planes or loitering in airports without a boarding pass.
A teacher in California has been reprimanded after she tweeted that she wanted to stab some students and that her "trigger finger is itchy."
Employees of the Hialeah Park Casino spotted the kids, ages 4 and 1, in the car after midnight, police say.