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A petition bearing 12,000 signatures calling for charges to be dropped against Shanesha Taylor, the mom arrested on child abuse charges after leaving her two kids in a car during a job interview. NBC's Trisha Hendricks reports.
A Colorado community mourns a woman who was shot and killed by her husband. Police are looking into whether marijuana edibles were a factor. KUSA's Maya Rodriguez reports.
Home surveillance footage shows a home burglar lurking over a child’s crib while stealing from a home in Houston, Texas. KPRC's Jennifer Bauer reports.
A late season storm brought snow to areas of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic where less than a week before, temperatures were in the 70's and 80's.
A Pennsylvania officer goes undercover in an attempt to catch a predator who was exposing himself to Amish children. WPXI's Amy Marcinkiewicz reports.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, join TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie exclusively to discuss their new initiative, which seeks to gain support for stricter gun control.
Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie in an exclusive interview that he’s not interested in running for the presidency.
A horse-drawn carriage flew through a Savannah, Ga., street this week after the horse got spooked and took off running. None of the passengers, who jumped off after the horse slowed down, were seriously hurt.
Cameras revealed a burglar walking from room to room inside a Houston-area home, pausing inches away from a toddler asleep in his crib. Police want the public’s help to track down the suspect.
Near the scene of last year’s bombings at the Boston Marathon, Boston police detonated two suspicious backpacks, and a man was taken into custody at the scene. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
An unusual cold snap has millions waking up to record-low temperatures. In some parts of the Northeast there’s a fresh coating of snow.
Residents of Seaside, Oregon are cringing from the smell of a 40-foot dead and decomposing gray whale that floated onto the beach. KGW's Kyle Iboshi Reports.