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An increase in powerful hash-oil processing explosions have followed marijuana legalization in states including Colorado. KUSA's Chris Vanderveen reports.
There's encouraging news, but prescription drug abuse remains a stubborn problem, medical authorities say.
Some of relatives say that not all the victims were lawless drug dealers, armed to the teeth and ready for trouble.
A third man has been charged with first-degree murder in the 2011 kidnapping and death of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo.
Officers made a few arrests but Wednesday's protests in outside McDonald's corporate offices in Illinois were mostly peaceful.
New Mexico officers fired after beating handcuffed suspect in holding cell. KTSM's Breana Pitts reports.
The morning busts in Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi are part of a 15-month operation by the DEA drug diversion unit.
Life-threatening flooding was forecast to hit parts of the Plains and Texas early Wednesday, a day after area was battered by suspected tornadoes.
A trove of documents recovered from the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed including the al Qaeda leader's reading list.
Omaha's police chief says 29-year-old Officer Kerrie Orozco, who was shot while she was helping serve an arrest warrant, has died.
When Robin Karlin's son Eli took a DNA test he ordered online, he revealed a family history of breast cancer that had been hidden from his mother.
A couple of people who live near along the coast near Santa Barbara spoke to NBC News about the oil spill and how they fear the accident will ruin the area for years to come.
Investigators say they still don't know whether Brandon Bostian was texting or talking on his phone while at the controls.
After 33 years and 6,028 broadcasts, David Letterman is signing off. The transplanted Hoosier is hosting his final episode of CBS' Late Show.
If that vote holds in a veto override, Nebraska would become the first conservative state to repeal the death penalty since 1973.
Police violence in Missouri, New York, Maryland and South Carolina have turned the issue of body cameras into a mainstream topic of debate.