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WDBJ colleagues mark moment that Alison Parker and Adam Ward were killed with moment of silence during this morning's newscast. NBC's Sarah Dallof reports.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, residents displaced by the storm are still returning to rebuild. NBC's Jay Gray reports.
Hallie Jackson reports from Roanoke, Virginia, where a TV news crew was gunned down by a disgruntled former employee.
Two years after Hurricane Katrina and problem-plagued emergency response, future President Barack Obama promised things would be different.
Oklahoma daycare workers accused of giving babies Benadryl to make them sleepy. KTEN's Rachel Salyer reports.
The term "anchor baby" has been used a lot by the GOP field recently, particularly Jeb Bush. NBC News' Carrie Dann breaks down the term and the numbers behind it.
Technology helps mothers who can't be in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit bond with premature babies. KUSA's Steve Staeger reports.
Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, is beginning its holiday layaway program Friday — two weeks earlier than last year.
The Birmingham Zoo is warning recent visitors that they may be at risk for a rare infection found in birds at the aviary exhibit. WVTM's Chip Scarborough reports.
Many Americans have just absorbed a financial beating in the stock market, but by most other gauges they're far better off than just a few years ago.
The offices of the Second City theater in Chicago are housed in the building, which caught fire Wednesday. The firefighters were in stable condition.
A Louisiana suspect stabs four, fatally shoots a police officer with his own gun, then rams car into convenience store. KPRC's Robert Arnold reports.
The boyfriend of slain journalist Alison Parker spoke to NBC News about the couple's "magical" nine months together.
Tim Gardner, whose wife Vicki Gardner was injured in the Virginia TV news shootings, told TODAY he witnessed the incident on live television.
Shooting took place in parking lot of apartment block owned by university. The gunman is in police custody and investigations are underway.
A man claiming to be gunman in Moneta shooting sent a 23-page letter to ABC News Wednesday morning that he called "a suicide note to friends and family."
A controller directed a pilot having trouble with his small plane to a runway that no longer existed before the aircraft made a fatal crash-landing.