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Two of the windows had been left partially open, but the temperature inside the car could have reached 103-114 degrees, according to police.
Order was eventually restored, but authorities shut down the reception and told the 300 guests to leave.
Residents of central Washington issue strong warning to looters targeting property left unattended by wildfire evacuees. Alex Rozier reports.
A judge will rule on whether the FBI is hiding video evidence in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that a lawyer alleges shows a second suspect.
Two days of wild weather around the country were topped off Monday by a couple of mile-high tornadoes.
On July 28, 1945, heavy fog caused a B-25 bomber to crash into the Empire State Building in New York City, killing 14 people.
The suspects face possible murder charges in the death of Xinran Ji, 24, who was beaten last week by at least three people, police say.
Man killed, young daughter injured when small plane crashes on Florida beach.
The bipartisan deal includes a provision that will allow veterans to receive care from private doctors if they face long wait times.
A New Haven police officer's warning to two alleged bus stop vandals fails, but a broadcast of his K9's bark drives the suspects out of hiding.
Emergency workers retrieved the body of a 20-year-old man from an elevator shaft between the 18th and 19th floors of a New York City high-rise.
A rare lightning storm killed one at Venice Beach, California, while a tornado left a trail of devastation in Revere, Massachusetts.
The FAA is proposing a $12 million fine against Southwest Airlines due to improper repairs on its Boeing 737 aircraft.
Several of the letters sent law enforcement officials scrambling after they were delivered to New York-area businesses before the Super Bowl.
Lawyers for Blackwater security guards on trial for the 2007 killings of 14 Iraqis in Baghdad allege the U.S. suppressed exculpatory photos.
A father in Maine killed his three young children, their mother then turned the gun on himself over the weekend, state officials said on Monday.
Charlie Bothuell V, 12, disappeared for 11 days, only to be found June 25 hiding in his own basement.