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A jury returned a guilty verdict Tuesday for a South Florida man accused of murdering his newlywed wife to collect a $1 million insurance policy.
Officials released a report Tuesday that said gaps in federal and state regulations made the huge explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant possible.
The mayor of tiny Marionville, Missouri steps down after comments supporting the viewpoints espoused by accused murderer and white supremacist are made public. KSHB's Garrett Haake reports.
The Supreme Court hears a case that could decide how you can, or can't, watch television on the Internet. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.
A Mississippi man returns his fugitive son, who'd escaped earlier that day from a Mississippi detention center, to the police during the sheriff's interview on live TV. WDAM's Vanessa Pacheco reports.
A local university holds an annual contest in search of the area’s best bulldogs. WHO's Courtney Johns reports.
Cleveland Cremation claims it takes care of every step of the cremation process even posting a loved one’s obituary to Facebook. WKYC’s Shannon Kanter reports.
Footage from a family’s home security camera shows a postal worker throwing their packages across their driveway from his car. WLEX’s Kate Springer reports.
A school bus driver in Washington State is accused of verbally abusing a student he was transporting. KING's Elisa Hahn reports.
A woman claiming to be the older sister of the teen who hid in the wheel well of a plane to Hawaii denied reports he had an argument with his family.
There’s a new call for tighter security around airports after a teen stowaway survived a flight from California to Hawaii. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Utah's Crystal Geyser, renown for its bubbly high rising eruptions, seems to be clogged up. KSL's John Hollenhorst reports.