Friday, November 25, 2016

Standing Rock chairman says Army Corps to close camp access

The chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe said Friday that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to close an area where people have been camping for months to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Storm dumps 18 inches of snow on parts of Northeast

A storm system is bringing wintry weather to the Northeast, dumping up to 18 inches of snow in parts of upstate New York.

Ex-Rocket Steve Francis charged with threatening officer

Former NBA all-star Steve Francis is charged with felony retaliation after prosecutors say he threatened to assault a police officer in the Houston area.

Monday, November 14, 2016

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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Police: 5 injured in shooting at Sweet 16 party

Police say a weekend shooting at a Sweet 16 party in Connecticut left four people wounded and one man seriously injured.

Ohio prosecutor weighs options after ex-officer's mistrial

Prosecutors will decide before the end of the month whether to continue the case against a white Ohio police officer charged in the shooting death of a black man during a traffic stop.

'Deradicalization' programs face critical test in upcoming Islamic State cases

The future of “deradicalization” programs in the U.S. is at a pivotal juncture this week, when a federal judge in Minnesota will decide the appropriate sentence for nine convicted Islamic State sympathizers.

Alabama college student accused of raping teen in dorm room arrested

Police say a University of Alabama student accused of raping a teenage girl in a dorm room has been arrested

Michigan cop suspended for driving with Confederate flag at anti-Trump protest

A Michigan police officer was suspended Sunday with pay after he was seen off-duty driving a pickup truck bearing a Confederate flag around a group protesting Donald Trump's election as president.

Man disguised as ninja breaks into Alaska store to steal sword

A katana sword is missing from an Alaska card shop after a burglar in a ninja outfit broke in.

Immigrants demonstrate against Trump as protests continue

Immigrants and their advocates are taking to the streets of New York City to add their voices to those who have been marching and protesting Donald Trump's presidential win.

Flash mob attacks in Philadelphia send 4 to hospital

Four people, including an off-duty police detective and his wife, were taken to a hospital after a "flash mob" attack by some among a crowd of juveniles in downtown Philadelphia, police said.

New York mall reopens after gunfire incident causes panic

A New York mall where panicked shoppers fled after gunshots were fired was reopened on Sunday.

McClendon estate rejects $500,000 claim, alleges forgery

The estate of Oklahoma City energy industry magnate Aubrey McClendon is rejecting a Tulsa man's $500,000 claim as a forgery.

Muslim immigrant explains why she voted for Trump

A Muslim woman said Sunday that her viral article explaining why she voted for Donald Trump has angered liberal pals and other Muslims.

German man makes 24-carrot find after losing wedding band

An 82-year-old widower in Germany found his lost wedding band wrapped around a carrot he harvested from his garden last week, WDR reported.

Wyoming bookstore bans cellphones and laptops, wants customers to read

A Wyoming bookstore has banned cellphones and laptops, urging customers to “live like it's 1993.”

Southerners told to wear masks outdoors as wildfires rage

Wildfires near the Georgia-North Carolina line are spewing smoke so thick that residents are being urged to wear special masks if they must do outdoor activities.

The Latest: Immigrants demonstrate against Trump

The Latest on nationwide protests against President-elect Donald Trump (all times EST): 3:30 p.m.

18-year-old charged with murder in road-rage beating

An 18-year-old Michigan man now faces murder charges after the 64-year-old man he's accused of brutally beating in a road-rage assault died from his injuries on Oct. 31, WOOD reported.

California police are taking on coaching roles to keep kids on path to victory

In the middle of Watts, a neighborhood in South Los Angeles that is still emotionally scarred from brutal anti-police riots in the sixties, a group of kids and coaches have come together for football practice.

California police capture suspect accused of deputy's murder

California police on Sunday captured a "known criminal" accused of shooting a deputy twice in the head at point-blank range after the officer discovered the suspect in a stolen vehicle.

College student accused of raping teen in dorm room arrested

Police say a University of Alabama student accused of raping a teenage girl in a dorm room has been arrested.

Deputy responding to call about suspicious person killed

A Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputy was shot twice in the head and killed Sunday while responding to a call about a suspicious car and person, authorities said.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Fire rips through South Carolina Black Chamber of Commerce building

Investigators in South Carolina are looking into the cause of a fire that gutted the Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce building, which had been the target of vandals in the past.

Mild earthquake rattles southwest Alaska

A moderate earthquake was felt by residents in southwest Alaska Saturday afternoon, but there have been no immediate reports of damage.

The Latest: Chief confirms shots fired at New York mall

The Latest on reports of gunshots at a mall in upstate New York (all times local): Gunfire has erupted at a crowded mall in upstate New York, sending hundreds of shoppers fleeing in a panic.

Protesters vow 'fight' to keep Trump out of office

Thousands took to the streets Saturday across the United States as demonstrations against President-elect Donald Trump, with many suggesting they would prolong the fight as much as possible to keep him out of office.

US to resettle Australia's refugees languishing on islands

Officials say the United States has agreed to resettle an unspecified number of refugees languishing in Pacific island camps in a deal that is expected to inspire more asylum seekers to attempt to reach Australia by boat.

Wannabe weatherman set fire to gain Facebook views, police say

A wannabe weatherman was jailed for arson after admitting he started a wildfire to draw attention to his selfie videos on Facebook, his town's police chief said Friday.

College disinvites, reinvites murdered cop's daughter to event after 'diversity' worry

Southern Methodist University and its volleyball program are apologizing to the family of a slain Dallas officer for what it calls a breakdown in communication.

About 150 US border agents being sent to Texas

About 150 Border Patrol agents will be deployed to South Texas from Arizona, California and elsewhere to help process a spike in immigrants who have been apprehended after illegally entering the U.S., federal officials announced Saturday.

Police evacuate mall in upstate NY after reports of shots fired

A suspect was on the loose Saturday, police said, after witnesses claimed shots were fired inside a mall in upstate New York, forcing emergency teams to evacuate the area.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Mom of suspected South Carolina serial killer says son is 'not a monster'

The mother of a South Carolina man suspected of killing seven people says her son is "very misunderstood" but not a monster.

Tuskegee Airmen receive Congressional Gold Medal

With teary eyes shaded by a World War II veterans cap, Wallace Higgins accepted the Congressional Gold Medal on Friday for his service more than 70 years ago in the Tuskegee Airmen, the Army Air program that trained African-Americans to fly and maintain combat aircraft during the war.