The transgender soldier imprisoned in Kansas for sending classified information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks now faces possible punishment for offenses stemming from a suicide attempt, a civil rights group said Thursday.
Police searched Thursday for the driver of a car that plowed into the front of a Los Angeles house where a group of mostly elderly people were holding a Bible study and prayer meeting, leaving one person dead and eight injured.
Ken Ritter, Associated Press | Posted Jul 28th - 4:21pm
An overnight stabbing of two people during a cellphone theft from a Pokemon-Go player in Las Vegas marked the second case this week of violence involving players hunting for virtual creatures during overnight hours at closed public parks, police said Thursday.
Scott Sonner, Associated Press | Posted Jul 28th - 4:11pm
Sparks police fatally shot a suspect who allegedly failed to comply with orders Thursday during a traffic stop for high-speed, reckless driving in a residential area in the northeast part of town, Reno police said.
Major supporters of charter schools in Washington are spending heavily to defeat state state Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, who wrote last year's decision finding the institutions unconstitutional.
A drug used to sedate elephants and other large animals, 100 times as potent as the fentanyl already escalating the country's heroin troubles, is suspected in spates of overdoses in several states, where authorities say they've found it mixed with or passed off as heroin.
Ben Nuckols and Joe Mandak, Associated Press | Posted Jul 28th - 3:51pm
John Hinckley Jr. shot four people outside a Washington hotel on March 30, 1981, but two of his victims understandably got most of the attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady.
Nevada regulators said Thursday they'll let one of the state's largest sports book operators stay in business after years of underpaying winning gamblers because the Las Vegas company is ousting its CEO.
Philip Marcelo, Associated Press | Posted Jul 28th - 3:40pm
The mayor of this largely white, historically working-class Boston suburb is promising not to remove a Black Lives Matter banner from City Hall despite complaints from police officers across the state.