MIAMI (AP) — Police are trying to piece together what happened at a Miami nightclub early today, where 15 people were wounded by gunfire, including five girls between the ages of 11 and 17. At least one person was reported in critical condition but the extent of the other injuries isn't known. Police say emergency responders found one male unresponsive and not breathing. Investigators are going to hospitals interviewing witnesses.
CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) — The search for the suspected killer of a Pennsylvania state trooper has shifted slightly in the dense woods of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains over the weekend. Pennsylvania State Police say the focus of the search has moved slightly to the southeast, but remains in the same general area as the past two days. The search for 31-year-old survivalist Eric Frein (freen) is in its 16th day. Authorities believe they have Frein contained within a 5-square-mile perimeter around his parents' home.
DAVIS, Okla. (AP) — The driver of a tractor-trailer that collided with a bus, killing four members of a Texas community college softball team, has told investigators he was distracted by something in his cabin before the accident. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol isn't saying what kind of distraction the driver described. Police say investigators have obtained search warrants to collect evidence from both the truck and the bus carrying 15 members of North Central Texas College women's softball team and their coach.
AMSTERDAM (AP) — A monster truck outfitted with tractor-sized wheels has crashed into a crowd during a show in the Netherlands, reportedly killing three people and injuring at least a dozen. Video footage of the incident shows the truck veering off course after driving over the top of a row of cars, then knocking down a guardrail and driving into a group of onlookers. A broadcast report says one child and two adults were killed and 15 others were injured.
BOSTON (AP) — Derek Jeter has left Boston's Fenway Park to a standing ovation after hitting a run-scoring infield single in the final at-bat of his 20-year major league career. On his way off the field, the New York Yankees captain pointed to the Boston dugout and embraced pitcher Clay Buchholz. As he approached the Yankees dugout, he waved his cap and was hugged by teammates on the warning track. Red Sox players stood in their dugout and applauded.