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Lt. General Mark Miley says it’s likely a "verbal altercation" with another solider, or soldiers, preceded the shooting at Ft. Hood and could have triggered the event.
Rachel Canning, 18, revealed on social media that she plans to study this fall at Western New England University in Springfield, Mass.
An 84 year-old woman crashed her vehicle through the front of a pharmacy in Winter Haven, Florida, narrowly missing a customer inside and causing an estimated $65,000 in damages.
A House bill in Florida would give districts the option of appointing one or more people to carry concealed gun on campus. Charlie Keegan reports.
NBC's Pete Williams, Medal of Honor recipient Col. Jack Jacobs and NBC's Gabe Gutierrez at Fort Hood discuss the latest on the shooting, and take your questions.
The driver of an SUV in Houston weaved the vehicle through railroad crossing gates and then was hit by a speeding commuter train.
Retired Col. Jack Jacobs reflects on the "indelible" mark that combat makes on someone, and how different people handle the toll.
Dr. Matthew Davis, from Scott & White Hospital, says that nine patients remain hospitalized, with three in critical condition, after the Fort Hood shooting, but that several with minor injuries may be released today.
The mother of a 13-year-old girl is demanding changes be made at her daughter's school after her child was brutally beaten by bullies during a fight on campus. KSNV's Christine Kim reports.