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Police in Alexandria, Va., say the forensics on bullets used in the murder of a beloved music teacher could be linked to other unsolved murders.
A viral video that shows a girl trying to help her mom on a Philadelphia bus has sparked an official investigation.
Kyle Severson of the Minneapolis Police responded to an emergency call and helped a man who was suffering from a seizure, getting him help and parking his car instead of impounding it. Severson put a note about where to find the car in the man’s pocket, and news of his good deed quickly spread.
Air Force Tech Sgt. Edward Goettig, an airman home from a six-month deployment to Afghanistan, gave his children the surprise of a lifetime, celebrating his homecoming in a way his kids will never forget. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
Mikaela Shiffrin won in Sweden on Saturday to clinch her second straight World Cup slalom season title at only 18 years old, just weeks after winning the Olympic gold medal.
Olympic champion Ted Ligety showed no rust, winning the first World Cup race he entered since Sochi on Saturday to accomplish a feat no man has ever done in ski racing.