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A charismatic and hard-working Houston pastor, an immigrant from Uganda, was found killed with his wife and young son Monday.
Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh dismissed a female juror, saying there is "credible evidence she had talked about the case."
Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby comments on reports that a Jordanian pilot has been killed by ISIS militants.
Saying there was evidence a juror had spoken about the case in previous years and had an early interest in being seated on the panel, Bristol County Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh dismisses the juror.
Ricardo Medina, who played a Power Ranger on TV, will not face charges in the fatal stabbing of his roommate with a sword, prosecutors said.
Craft brewers in Denver are up in arms over Budweiser's "Brewed The Hard Way" Super Bowl ad. Steve Staeger reports.
"But should in fact this video be authenticated, it's just one more indication of the viciousness and barbarity of this organization," he said.
NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp flees reporters after appearing at Phoenix Municipal Court on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute and allegedly assaulting two women.
Heavy snowfall in the Detroit-area caused the inflated roof of the Winstar Dome to cave-in. Crews continue to work around the clock to re-inflate the complex.
Watch as demolition crews implode an obsolete portion of the Chain of Rocks Canal Bridge, in Missouri. The bridge used to carry Interstate 270, but was recently replaced with a new bridge, north of the old location.
A Georgia man suspected of killing his wife and four other people was captured at a Mississippi bus stop. WXIA's Duffie Dixon reports.
The one-two winter punch in the Northeast has left some Massachusetts towns with eye-popping snow totals.
The crews were at O'Hare airport in Chicago after a report of sick passengers on a United flight that never took off.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announces the New England Patriots victory parade is on for Wednesday, February 4th.