Police say a man playing “Pokemon Go” in an Ohio park was robbed of his cellphone and shot three times.
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Twenty-eight years ago, the Las Vegas Valley experienced one of the largest explosions in history — PEPCON.
A former Massachusetts chemist was high on drugs almost every day for the nearly eight years she worked at an Amherst drug lab, according to an investigative report released by the state attorney general.
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An Arizona high school student is facing a felony charge after police say he exposed himself in a football team picture that ended up in the school yearbook.
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A mentally disabled West Texas teenager who told a school worker she had been impregnated by her stepfather was found with her uterus removed when authorities discovered her body in her family’s partially burned home, according to an arrest warrant.
A federal lawsuit claims Starbucks regularly overfills its cold drinks with ice instead of using the advertised amount of coffee or other liquid in its plastic cups.
President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia will take a year off after graduating high school in June before attending Harvard University in 2017, the president and his wife said Sunday in a long-awaited announcement.
More than 1 million goldfish now have a giant fishbowl to call home in a Phoenix suburb. Tempe officials dumped roughly 1.2 million goldfish and minnows into Tempe Town Lake on Friday.
Police officers in Texas arrested a 32-year-old woman who was reportedly carrying a human fetus in her purse.
The Stratosphere Hotel & Casino, the brainchild of the late Bob Stupak, is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
A woman on a Montana American Indian reservation pleaded not guilty to murder Tuesday in the alleged beating death of a 13-month-old relative who was under her care, court officials said.
A Rockville, Maryland, day-care operator was ordered held on $2 million bond after being charged with killing a 6-month-old girl who suffered injuries “too numerous to count,” a prosecutor said in court Tuesday.
The police chief in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, has apologized over the April 15 arrests of 10 students from an elementary school during the investigation of an alleged bullying incident, a spokesman said on Monday.
A Texas lawyer upset that he wasn’t provided a cup of soup during a recent meal has notified a restaurant owner that he’ll sue if not reimbursed the $2.25 for the soup.
Authorities say the green water flowing in the Ketchikan Creek that caused some panic and drew a response from multiple agencies was the result of a prank.
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A woman beat to death a 1-year-old girl on a rural Montana Indian Reservation, threw the baby’s body into a dumpster and reported her missing before confessing to the crime a day later, a federal investigator testified Friday in tribal court.
The Kentucky State Police allege that the chairman of a county school board had someone else take a high school-equivalency test in his place when questions arose over the validity of the high school diploma he bought online.
With millions of travelers coming to Las Vegas each year — 84 percent of whom are repeat visitors — the city has mastered a few things over the years. Here are 8 things Las Vegas does better than anywhere else.
A fitness instructor has been killed at a North Texas church and investigators are seeking a man dressed as a police officer who was seen on security video.
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