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The U.S. Supreme Court today dealt a potentially fatal blow to Aereo, an Internet service that allows customers to watch broadcast TV programs on mobile devices.
An 18-year-old was arrested in connection with a fatal apartment fire, believed to have started when he tried to throw a lit firecracker out a window.
A Long Island nanny reportedly left a 3-year-old girl in a car before shoplifting merchandise from a Target store, according to police.
The family of a 3-year-old girl is firing back, claiming their story that she and her grandmother were thrown out of a Mississippi KFC because of the girl’s facial scars, and saying the chain’s investigation was inconclusive. NBC’s Katy Tur reports.
Seattle police responded to an apartment complex after a woman said a drone was spying on her. The complaint raises interesting questions about drones and privacy. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
Arkansas prison officials are searching for a convict who was doing yard work at a house on prison grounds, broke into a safe room and stole a shotgun. He’s now on the lam.
The manufacturer of souvenir mugs with photos of the English soccer team made a glaring error, using a picture of President Obama instead of the English defender Chris Smalling.
Minnesota police released new evidence on a Waseca teenager’s alleged plot to murder his family and bomb his school.
Residents ran for shelter as a tornado rolled through Indianapolis Tuesday, damaging several homes, tearing down power lines and uprooting trees.
Police released chilling interviews with John LaDue, accused of planning to murder his family and blow up his school.