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Amateur video captures cop violently knocking down female student during riots on University of Arizona campus shortly after NCAA loss.
Cops fire tear gas and mace into crowds during a protest against police tactics in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The number of missing has dropped significantly as authorities continue their search and recovery efforts.
Three Marines were stabbed Sunday while trying to break up a fight that appeared to be between Angels and Dodgers fans.
Iowa weather chasers display their new storm chasing vehicle named “Dorothy,” which was partially funded through a Kickstarter campaign. WHO’s Roger Riley reports.
The recession forced many millennials back into their parents’ homes. Now that their finances have recovered, they still aren’t purchasing homes. Chris Clackum reports.
Police are investigating whether the body is that of a suspect in the disappearance of Relisha Rudd, 8.
Dozens of volunteers conduct search for missing nursing student, 19-year-old Bahia Bisharat. KSDK's Grant Bissell reports.
The judge also admonished the law firm for filing documents before any solid evidence had been collected.
Steve Harris explains the challenges teams are experiencing in removing mud and other debris from the site of that deadly mudslide in Washington State.
NBC News' Kate Snow and Chuck Todd discuss the rush to sign up on the Affordable Health Care web site, and the total number of people who have sign up so far.