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There have been at least 12 incidents involving threats and weapons at schools since the Florida shooting

Since the Parkland, Florida, school shooting on Valentine's Day, there have been at least 12 reports of other incidents involving a threat to a school or a weapon on a school campus. More>>

Stoneman Douglas principal in emotional video promises to hug every student

"We lost 17 lives on Valentine's Day. That's supposed to be the international day of love," Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School principal Ty Thompson said in an emotional video message posted on Saturday, three days after... More>>

Jury awards more than $37 million to family of Maryland woman killed in police standoff

A jury returned a verdict Friday of more than $37 million against Baltimore County, Maryland, in a civil lawsuit brought by the family and estate of a woman killed in an armed standoff with county police, according to the... More>>

Student journalist interviewed classmates as shooter walked Parkland school halls

David Hogg found himself living a nightmare on Wednesday, hiding in a closet with classmates as a crazed gunman roamed the campus of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, unleashing a torrent of... More>>

Fugitive leads police to seize drugs, stolen guns and thousands in cash

The arrest of a man Thursday led Metro Police to two other suspects, as well as cash, drugs and stolen guns. More>>

Al Qaeda operative sentenced to life in prison

Al Qaeda operative Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Adam Harun was sentenced to life in prison on Friday in New York City. More>>

'I just love helping people': Utah boy donates locks of hair to benefit children with cancer

The life of a child can be a blur, quickly moving from toy to toy, new adventure to new adventure. More>>

Elkhorn middle school student accused of making terroristic threats

A local teenager got placed under arrest twice this week. He's accused by law enforcement of making terroristic threats. More>>

PA parole board members meet with inmates to discuss their re-integration into society

About 2 hundred inmates at SCI Camp Hill met with members of the state parole board and other leaders Friday to have a conversation about how to re-integrate into society. More>>

Mother says her son was suspended for reporting gun talk to school

A Daphne mother was upset because she said her son followed the rule, "if you see something, say something," and got suspended in the process. More>>

Teen boy accused in Kentucky school shooting indicted as adult

A 15-year-old boy accused of killing two students in a shooting at a Kentucky high school last month will be tried as an adult, state police said Friday. More>>

Sleep apnea led to tired engineers and 2 train crashes, NTSB says

Sleep apnea led to two commuter railroad accidents within 13 weeks of one another, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday. The NTSB said the sleep disorder caused engineer fatigue and that in both accidents,... More>>

Charges will move forward against Amtrak engineer in deadly 2015 crash

All criminal charges will move forward against the conductor of an Amtrak train that derailed in 2015, a judge ruled Tuesday, according to an official in the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office. The 2015 crash killed... More>>

A teen wrote about plans to shoot up his Washington high school. But his grandmother found his journal

A woman in Everett, Washington, was looking through her grandson's journal Monday night when she found something that would forever change her view of him. More>>

Exclusive: Group chat messages show school shooter obsessed with race, violence and guns

In a private Instagram group chat, confessed school shooter Nikolas Cruz repeatedly espoused racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic views and displayed an obsession with violence and guns. More>>

Teen accused of starting Eagle Creek Fire pleads guilty, is sentenced

Five months after the Eagle Creek Fire devastated the Columbia River Gorge, a Vancouver teenager admitted to starting the blaze and agreed to a sentence while in court Friday morning. More>>

Russian bots promote pro-gun messages after Florida school shooting

Russia-linked bots are promoting pro-gun messages on Twitter in an attempt to sow discord in the aftermath of the Florida school shooting, monitoring groups say. More>>

An African-American teen and his mom explain why 'Black Panther' means so much

"Black Panther" might not be as big as President Barack Obama, but "it's up there." More>>

Cartoonist taps into outrage to illustrate another school shooting

If you want to be a political cartoonist in this age of mass shootings and school massacres, you had better get good at drawing guns -- revolvers, shotguns, AK-47s, Glocks and, of course, the AR-15 that has been used to... More>>

Baldwin County school bus surrounded by police after student's gun comment

Baldwin County schools superintendent Eddie Tyler said a "flippant remark" by a student on a school bus Friday morning led to "needless panic and chaos" as the bus was stopped and then surrounded by police cars in Daphne. More>>

Her son survived the Florida school shooting a year after she survived a mass shooting at an airport

Annika Dean got text messages Wednesday that no parent ever wants to see. More>>

NBA All-Star Game Fast Facts

Here's a look at the NBA All-Star Game. The All-Star Game caps off All-Star Weekend. All-Star Weekend includes the Slam Dunk contest, the Three Point Shootout and the Rookie Challenge. More>>

Hawaii lawmakers looking at new ways to ensure campus safety

It's a plan you never want to put into action: a gunman on campus. More>>

Man in Motorhome Suspected of Killing Woman, Dumping Her Naked Body on Gardena Area Street

A man is in custody after the body of a woman was discovered lying face down in a gutter near his motor home in the Gardena area Thursday night. More>>

Father of teen accused in Bethany-area shooting speaks out

A 17-year-old from Springfield was taking cell phone video while he shot a 16-year old six times, including one shot to the head, according to court documents. More>>

After taste of spring, weekend snow to blanket the Northeast

Enjoy the early warmth as long as you can on Friday. For much of the eastern US, Thursday felt like spring. More>>

Florida student describes hearing her favorite teacher being shot dead

A Florida teen recounted the harrowing moment she heard the shot that ended her favorite teacher's life, describing it as the "worst experience in the world." More>>

Man's love of basketball fuels miraculous recovery after suffering strokes

A few years ago, a Kansas City basketball coach suddenly woke up in the middle of the night. More>>

Imprisoned dad says disease, not abuse, caused his son's injuries

Jim Duncan has always insisted he never broke the bones of his infant son, and now a Florida appeals court has agreed that Duncan deserves a hearing for a new trial. More>>

Doctor who treated Florida shooting victims: 'When is it going to stop?'

The victims were pale and terrified. Some were in tears, others didn't say a word. Some were afraid they were dying, others were already gone. More>>

Louisiana's commercial fishing industry could be at risk due to proposed diversion project

Louisiana's commercial fishing industry could be in jeopardy due to the state's Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion Project, a fifty billion dollar initiative supported by Governor John Bel Edwards. More>>

Selling used car to scrap yard turns into headache for local woman

Selling your old car to a scrap yard for quick cash can sound appealing, but sometimes, it can leave you holding a bill you weren't prepared to pay. More>>

Mitt Romney Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and former Republican presidential nominee. More>>

My grandpa hid in closet from mass murderer. 70 years later, I did the same

Carly Novell survived the shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida by hiding in a closet -- and her grandfather also escaped a lone gunman the same way almost 70 years ago. More>>

From 'broken child' to mass killer

Long before he slaughtered 17 people at the South Florida high school he once attended, Nikolas Cruz had a disturbing way of introducing himself. More>>

5 Things for February 16: Florida massacre, immigration, Rick Gates, S. Africa, flu

The victims and families affected by the Florida high school shooting have great needs right now. Here's how you can help them. And here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get... More>>

Social media paints picture of racist 'professional school shooter'

On social media, Nikolas Cruz did not appear to be a peaceful man. He made quite clear his desire to perpetrate the exact type of violence of which he now stands accused. More>>

Feds arrest two Bronx men in bomb-making case

Two brothers, including a former teacher at a Harlem school, were arrested Thursday, accused of building bombs in the Bronx, a federal criminal complaint says. More>>

There have been eight school shootings in 2018. And it's only February

We're not even two full months into 2018, and there have already been at least eight school shootings in the US. More>>

2 Students sustain chemical burns after unknown liquid thrown on them

Two students were transported to the hospital for treatment after an unknown liquid was thrown on them at Sumner High School Thursday, police said. More>>

FBI was warned about alleged shooter nearly 5 months ago, tipster says

The FBI was warned in September about a possible school shooting threat from a YouTube user with the same name as the suspect in Wednesday's campus massacre in Parkland, Florida, according to a video blogger. More>>

Car crashes outside NSA headquarters, suspects in custody

Two people are in police custody and a third in the hospital after a car crashed outside the NSA campus in Fort Meade Wednesday morning. More>>

B. B. King Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of blues legend B.B. King. More>>

A football coach who shielded students from the Florida shooter died as he lived -- by putting himself second

Football coach Aaron Feis threw himself in front of students as bullets hailed down Wednesday at his alma mater, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. More>>

David Geffen Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of David Geffen, producer, studio executive and philanthropist. More>>

'A child of God is dead': Ex-FBI official breaks down on air over latest school shooting

CNN counterterrorism analyst Phil Mudd on Wednesday choked back tears as he confronted the grim details of the nation's latest school shooting, a massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that... More>>

John Lewis Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of US Representative John Lewis (D-Ga.), a civil rights leader. More>>

How gun background checks work

The nation's gun buying background check system is supposed to keep firearms out of reach for dangerous individuals. But it's not meant to catch early warning signs like those exhibited by Nikolas Cruz, the man identified... More>>

School shootings in the US keep happening again and again and again

Here is a (long) list of shootings at elementary, middle and high schools that have resulted in fatalities in the last 20 years. This list does NOT include suicides, gang-related incidents, or deaths resulting from... More>>

A GoFundMe page for Parkland shooting victims raises more than $100,000 in one day

A GoFundMe campaign for the victims of Florida's mass shooting raised more than $100,000 within the first two hours of its creation Thursday. More>>

School shooting survivor to lawmakers: 'You need to take some action'

A student who witnessed Wednesday's massacre at a Florida school made a direct plea to lawmakers on Thursday to take action, warning more children will die otherwise. More>>

NBA rookie uses his shoes to speak out on the Florida school shooting

Parkland, Florida may be more than 2,500 miles away from Salt Lake City, Utah, but the Florida school shooting was close to the mind of NBA player Donovan Mitchell. Or more accurately, his feet. More>>

Woman accused of showing up drunk to hearing for previous DUI charge

A 36-year-old New Holland woman is accused of being under the influence of alcohol while she attended a hearing for previous charges of public drunkenness and driving under the influence. More>>

19 Of the 30 deadliest mass shootings have taken place in the last decade. What has changed on the federal level?

() -- Nothing. TM & © 2018 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved. More>>

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas was an environmental activist. Now her name will be remembered for a school shooting

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, is now a place we unfortunately will be compelled to remember for years. Here is some background on the school's namesake, a journalist and environmentalist who... More>>

5 Things for February 15: School massacre, White House, Zuma, Puerto Rico, phones

Here we are again, grasping for answers, choking on tears and clutching our children after another deadly school shooting. Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You... More>>

Teacher hid 19 students in a closet when a gunman opened fire

When Melissa Falkowski heard there was an active shooter on campus, her instincts kicked in. More>>

Meet the 2018 US grocery bagging champion from Maquoketa, Iowa

Once again, Iowa is home to the best grocery bagger in the nation. More>>

Michelle Obama's Valentine's Day playlist melts hearts

Michelle Obama's Valentine's Day playlist, which dropped on Spotify on Wednesday, has the internet swooning. Titled "Forever Mine," it features an eclectic 44 track mix of modern ballads and evergreen classics. More>>

Parkland, where the school shooting occurred, was named Florida's safest city last year

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the scene of a deadly shooting Wednesday, is in Parkland, which was named Florida's safest city last year. More>>

US School Violence Fast Facts

Here is a list of incidents of random elementary, middle and high school (excludes colleges and universities) violence with fatalities, from 1927 to the present. This list does NOT include suicides, gang-related incidents,... More>>

Deadliest Mass Shootings in Modern US History Fast Facts

Here is a list of the deadliest single day mass shootings in US history from 1949 to the present. More>>

Court blocks predominantly white Alabama city from creating its own school system

A predominantly white Alabama city cannot secede from a county school system that remains under a 1971 desegregation order, a federal appellate court ruled, citing racially driven Facebook posts as one factor in its decision. More>>

Aly Raisman wears only her words in her latest Sports Illustrated shoot

Her scathing words to Larry Nassar became an iconic message of female empowerment. Now Aly Raisman is making another powerful statement -- by wearing only her words. More>>

Baltimore's streak of 11 days without a homicide just ended

Baltimore's streak of 11 days without a homicide ended Tuesday, though some residents said the fatal shooting doesn't quell their hope in grass-roots efforts to curb violence. More>>

Sheriff: Major narcotics network busted, seven arrested

Agents busting a major narcotics network in the Tri-State seized drugs and assets worth more than $1.73 million and made seven arrests, Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil announced Wednesday. More>>

Golfer Bill Haas injured in Ferrari crash that killed 1 in Los Angeles

The driver of a Ferrari carrying pro golfer Bill Haas was killed after crashing and rolling the Italian sports car in Los Angeles' Pacific Palisades neighborhood, police said. More>>

Burger King Employees Throw 80th Birthday Party for Loyal Customer

A Luzerne County man celebrated his 80th birthday Tuesday at his favorite restaurant -- Burger King! More>>

LISTEN: Mother's horrifying 911 call as son allegedly stabs her, her husband

Police released the 911 tapes from a double stabbing on Monday. More>>

Berkeley declares itself a sanctuary city for recreational pot

Berkeley City Council members have passed a resolution declaring the city a sanctuary for recreational marijuana. More>>

Suspected Toronto serial killer looked 'harmless'

When Bruce McArthur was charged with five counts of murder for allegedly killing several gay men and burying their remains in potted plants around Toronto, many in the city's LGBTQ community were in shock. More>>

Seattle ICE attorney charged with stealing immigrants' identities

The chief counsel for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Seattle field office was charged with stealing the identities of seven people who were involved in immigration proceedings, according to court documents. More>>

A by-the-numbers look at Valentine's Day

It's no surprise that Americans spend quite a bit of money to show their love on Valentine's Day. Here's a breakdown, by the numbers: More>>

5 Things for February 14: White House, Israel, Russia, South Africa, Iraq & ISIS

Happy Valentine's Day! Turns out finances and sex are better for married folks. But don't fret, singles -- you win sleep. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things... More>>

Chicago police commander killed assisting on call

A police commander was fatally shot while responding to a call Tuesday in downtown Chicago, authorities said. More>>

Exclusive: Gun lobbyist helped write ATF official's proposal to deregulate

Behind the scenes, a gun industry lobbyist provided comments that were directly incorporated into an internal memo at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, according to newly disclosed documents -- a... More>>

Police answered immigrant's call for help, then gave him to ICE

Wilson Rodriguez Macarreno and his family heard an intruder so he called police for help. About an hour later, he was in the custody of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. More>>

Woman surprises husband with pregnancy announcement on flight from Tampa

When David Rose climbed aboard a flight to Chicago from Tampa International Airport, he had no idea what was coming his way. More>>

Judge awards $6.7 million to graffiti artists whose work was destroyed to build condos

A federal judge has awarded $6.7 million to 21 graffiti artists after their works were destroyed in 2013 at the 5Pointz complex in Queens, New York, to make room for luxury condominiums. More>>

'Chelsea Bomber' Ahmad Rahimi sentenced to multiple life terms

Convicted New York City bomber Ahmad Khan Rahimi was sentenced to multiple life sentences in prison by a federal judge on Tuesday. More>>

Tiny homes offer big benefits for homeless military veterans

Marvin Gregory is a large man living in a tiny home. And he couldn't be happier. More>>

Teen shot to death using 5 Miles app to buy cell phone

Police in Lancaster say a teenage boy was trying to use the 5 miles app to buy a cell phone when he was shot to death Friday night. More>>

Immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle death seeks dismissal of federal charge

Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, an undocumented immigrant, was acquitted in the death of Kate Steinle last year, but he now has to face federal charges. More>>

Baltimore goes 11 days without a homicide

Baltimore, a city with one of the highest per capita homicide rates in the country, has not seen a homicide for 11 days and counting -- the longest homicide-free period since March 2014. More>>

Sidney Poitier Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Sidney Poitier, award winning actor and civil rights activist. More>>

Gloria Vanderbilt Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Gloria Vanderbilt, heiress, socialite, fashion designer, artist, author and actress. More>>

How one tweet inspired 120 people to shovel snow for the elderly in a Chicago neighborhood

Jahmal Cole is a community organizer in Chatham, a largely elderly and African-American community on the South Side of Chicago. More>>

Charles Manson's body has been on ice for nearly three months. Here's why

Nearly three months after his death, Charles Manson's body is still on ice in Kern County, California, as at least four people fight to claim his body. More>>

Suspect claims Natalie Bollinger, 19, hired him through Craigslist to kill her

The man arrested in the shooting death of 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger claims Bollinger hired him to kill her after he answered her Craigslist ad titled "I want to put a hit on myself," according to a newly released... More>>

No bail for couple accused of starving, beating toddler to death

An Ogden couple accused of starving and beating their 3-year-old child to death will remain in jail without bail while a judge awaits written briefs on whether the case should proceed to trial. More>>

Woman pleads guilty to kidnapping newborn in 1998, raising her to adulthood

Two decades after taking a baby from a hospital and raising the child as her own, a South Carolina woman pleaded guilty Monday to kidnapping and interference with custody, prosecutors said. More>>

ICE grants 1-year stay to father of 5-year-old battling leukemia

An undocumented immigrant who took refuge in a Phoenix church and whose son has leukemia was relieved Monday after finding out that he won't be deported. More>>

5 Things for February 13: More for military, less for diplomacy

It's not just beads that get flung during Mardi Gras parades. Stilettos and toilet plungers get tossed, too! Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to... More>>

New memo says no evidence of crime in border agent death

There was no evidence a crime was committed when a US Border Patrol agent was killed more than two months ago while on patrol in West Texas, according to a new government memo obtained by CNN. More>>

3 Jail officials charged in death of inmate whose water was turned off

Three jail officials were charged Monday in the case of a Milwaukee inmate who died of dehydration in his cell after being denied water for seven days. More>>

Former Baltimore officers convicted in corruption trial

A federal jury on Monday convicted two former members of a defunct Baltimore police gun task force in a corruption trial. More>>

Grandfather builds custom wagon floats every Mardi Gras

For Bubba Hampton, Mardi Gras isn't just about the beads, doubloons, and partying. It's a chance to build something unique for his grandchildren. More>>

We're 6 weeks into the year and there have already been 11 officers shot to death

In the first six weeks of the year, 11 law enforcement officers across the United States have died after they were shot in the line of duty. More>>

Funeral recalls NFL player Edwin Jackson, killed in crash

NFL linebacker Edwin Jackson, struck and killed by a truck police said was driven by a twice-deported undocumented immigrant, was remembered Monday at the Atlanta church his family has attended for three generations. More>>

Toronto serial killer suspect served as Santa Claus, mall says

The suspected serial killer was a mall Santa. More>>

Ancient Mulino landslide causing new headaches for drivers

An ancient landslide near Mulino is causing new problems Monday morning. More>>

Ex-MLB pitcher Esteban Loaiza arrested in San Diego, accused of having 20 kg of cocaine, heroin

Former Major League Baseball pitcher Esteban Loaiza was arrested in San Diego on drug charges after he was caught with 20 kilograms (44 pounds) of cocaine and heroin. More>>

Moment of silence held for slain officer, two others shot in Locust Grove

A moment of silence was held on Sunday for a fallen police officer and two other deputies shot while serving a warrant at a home in Locust Grove on Friday. More>>

Heavy rains cause sanitary sewer overflows in Mobile

This weekend's rain not only dampened Mardi Gras parades but caused sewer overflows across the city. The Mobile Area Water and Sewer System is currently monitoring overflows due to the rain. More>>

900 Customers without power in Norwich as crews replace pole from police pursuit

A police pursuit resulted in a crash that closed a road in Norwich and knocked out power to 900 customers. More>>

CNN exclusive: After Texas massacre, military rushed to add more than 4,000 to gun ban list

Since an ex-US airman shot more than two dozen people in a Texas church in November, the US military has added more than 4,000 names to the nation's list of dishonorably discharged military personnel banned from owning... More>>

5 Things for February 12: Immigration, Puerto Rico, Oxfam

Happy Monday. We'll be spending the morning poring through the thousands of emails you sent with your suggestions on our Sunday experiment. But first, here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You... More>>

Grand Canyon helicopter crash victims named

Authorities have released the names of the victims of a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon in Arizona Saturday. More>>

Nancy Pelosi Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a representative from California since 1987. More>>

Joseph Lieberman Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of Joseph Lieberman, former United States Senator from Connecticut. More>>

Writers Guild of America Fast Facts

Here's some background information about the Writers Guild of America, which represents more than 16,000 film, TV, broadcast and news media writers. It is made up of two unions, the WGA, West and the WGA, East. More>>

Michael Jordan Fast Facts

Here's a look at basketball legend and NBA superstar Michael Jordan. More>>

Carl Icahn Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of investor Carl Icahn. More>>

Valentine's Day Fast Facts

Here's some background information about Valentine's Day, celebrated every February 14. More>>

John McEnroe Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of tennis ace and television analyst John McEnroe. More>>

NFL Pro Bowl Fast Facts

Here is some background information about the NFL Pro Bowl, the all-star game of the National Football League. More>>

Grammy Awards Fast Facts

Here is some background information about the Grammy Awards. More>>

1993 World Trade Center Bombing Fast Facts

Here's some background information about the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing which killed six people and injured more than 1,000. Six suspects were convicted of directly participating in the bombing. The seventh suspect,... More>>

Thousands brave the chilly weather for Krewe of Highland Parade

The quirky Krewe of Highland delighted thousands in Shreveport Sunday afternoon under cold and cloudy skies, but luckily the rain held off. The Highland parade is one of the most beloved parades during Mardi Gras in the... More>>

Lawrence Bacow to become Harvard's 29th president

In hiring its 29th president, Harvard University is turning to one of its own. More>>

Police: 2 men in custody in connection with armed robbery in NE Portland

Two people are in custody after police said they robbed a bar in Northeast Portland and tried to run from officers. More>>

Church in Leawood says they've never canceled because of weather

A lot of area churches are preparing to hold services tomorrow even if it snows. More>>

Medical assistant speaks out after rushing to aid Tempe firefighter after deadly shooting

A certified medical assistant is speaking out after rushing to the aid of a Tempe Fire captain who was fatally shot. More>>

Medical assistant speaks out after rushing to aid Tempe firefighter after deadly shooting

A certified medical assistant is speaking out after rushing to the aid of a Tempe Fire captain who was fatally shot. More>>

Shooter identified in Locust Grove officer killing

Authorities have named Tierre Guthrie as the man responsible for shooting three law enforcement officers on Friday morning. More>>

Screaming, fist-banging and 'spit on my face': What it was like to work for Wynn

Steve Wynn slipped a pair of vampire teeth into his mouth and walked into an employee meeting at his glittering Las Vegas casino. More>>

Man scales fence, runs to plane at LAX

A man apparently scaled a fence at Los Angeles International Airport Saturday, running up to a plane and causing a temporary shut down, according to police. More>>

2 Hurt after officer in Justin Trudeau's motorcade crashes in California

A California Highway Patrol officer was injured when his motorcycle was involved in a crash while escorting the motorcade of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, authorities said. More>>

Larry Nassar transferred to federal prison in Arizona

Larry Nassar's life behind bars now moves to a high-security federal prison in Arizona that specializes in treating sex offenders. More>>

A push to remove the University of Hawaii from managing Mauna Kea is in motion

A push to remove the University of Hawaii from managing Mauna Kea is in motion. More>>

Stopped train, bomb threat cause delays for Navy ship tours

A delay Saturday morning for visitors hoping to tour a Navy ship in Mobile for Mardi Gras. More>>

Coach abused me and took nude photos, former swimmer says

A former world champion swimmer says her former coach sexually abused and exploited her for several years beginning when she was 16, according to court documents filed this week in Washington state. More>>

Man arrested and charged with child abuse in Randolph County; infant died in the hospital

A man accused of abusing an infant is expected to face additional charges after the victim died on Saturday. More>>

Dickson Co. deputy suspended without pay for arrest in Cheatham Co.

According to Dickson Co. Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe, one of his deputies was arrested for breaking multiple laws early Saturday morning in Ashland City. More>>

Workers start repairs on dangerous sinkhole in metro Atlanta neighborhood

One day after CBS46 exposed a dangerous sinkhole in a DeKalb County neighborhood, workers made repairs on Friday. What sounded like a neighborhood nuisance outside Winifred Studstill's home was really music to her ears. More>>

Midwest braces for second round of snow this weekend

The Midwest braced Saturday for more snow, a day after heavy precipitation and strong winds pounded the region, causing widespread travel delays and more than 1,500 flight cancellations. More>>

Parents concerned about growing homeless camp next to Salem children's museum

A homeless camp is taking over a pedestrian bridge in Salem, worrying parents due to its proximity to a family-favorite spot in the city. More>>

Super Bowl star Malcolm Jenkins says White House visit is 'not worth my time'

For Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, a photo op with President Donald Trump celebrating the team's victory in Super Bowl LII is "not worth my time." More>>

Abused 3-year-old 'looked like a Holocaust victim,' officers testify

Walking into an Ogden home and finding the emaciated body of an alleged victim of child abuse last summer, an Ogden police officer was so stunned she found herself backing up against a wall. More>>

Group accuses Airbnb of price gouging for Mardi Gras 2018

Airbnb hosts in the New Orleans area have been accused of price gouging by a watchdog group that says prices have spiked as much as $1,500 per night. More>>

State police accuse dealer and player of poker sham

Two men are accused of working together to steal tens of thousands of dollars from a Louisiana casino. More>>

Wife arrested for murder of husband in Burlington

State police arrested a woman for the murder of her husband in Burlington on Friday. More>>

A lack of an Oxford comma cost dairy $5 million

A group of Maine dairy delivery drivers will receive $5 million in a proposed settlement for unpaid overtime, according to court records filed on Thursday. More>>

NASA breaks record for pictures taken farthest from Earth

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is making history again, this time one-upping the legendary Voyager 1. More>>

Las Vegas shooter had anti-anxiety medicine in system, autopsy says

An autopsy report on Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock said he had anti-anxiety medication in his system at the time of death, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. More>>

Angered by Larry Nassar's abuse, she drew the survivors. 158 of them

Sarah Dvojack was hooked on gymnastics as a year-old girl watching the 1996 Summer Olympics, and she's been in love ever since. More>>

Frozen ground and potted plants may hold evidence of Toronto serial killer

As Toronto police combed through more than a dozen planters and worked to thaw frozen ground in their search for human remains, investigators continued Friday to piece together what they believe is the puzzle of a serial... More>>

A pastor helps revive MLK's most radical campaign

Most pastors say they preach the truth. The Rev. William Barber also delivers sermons on another topic: "the trick." More>>

Sheriff's Office Brings Back the 'Booking Bus' for Mardis Gras Weekend

The NOPD arrested 373 people last year during Mardi Gras, and the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office is prepared if there's a high number of troublemakers in 2018. More>>

Settle in with these weekend reads

The death of this man's brother sent him on an American journey. #MeToo is changing ordinary lives. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. Here's what you might have missed during a busy news week: More>>

Baltimore Businesses To Hire Private Security To Help Customers Feel Safe

Stores and restaurants in Federal Hill say it's time to call in more muscle. More>>

Man Accused Of Embezzling Money Off Sam's Club Gift Cards

A Springdale man is facing computer fraud charges after being accused of stealing over $350 dollars from Sam's Club, according to Fayetteville police. More>>

More than 1,500 flights canceled as snowstorm slams Midwest

More than 1,500 US flights have been canceled Friday as a winter storm slammed the Midwest with at least 1 inch of snow per hour. More>>

A gunman killed his brother. Now Farris Barakat is on an American journey.

On the house that Farris Barakat built, the words of Martin Luther King Jr. wrap around the porch overhang, as though they were protection from the outside world: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do... More>>

Jim Brown Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of activist, actor and Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown. He played his entire career with the Cleveland Browns. More>>

Groundhog Day Fast Facts

Here's a look at Groundhog Day, an American tradition that is meant to predict when spring will arrive. More>>

$10,000 Emerald missing from Museum of Science

A $10,000 emerald is missing from the Asheville Museum of Science. Museum officials filed a police report in late January. More>>

New Aaron Hernandez book tries to answer the unanswerable: Why?

Unlike many of his bestselling thrillers, James Patterson's book on the fall of Aaron Hernandez does not try to solve several gruesome, mysterious murders. More>>

5 Things for February 9: Shutdown, White House, South Korea, Syria, immigration

It's not too late to put together that romantic Valentine's Day trip. Here are 12 lavish options. And here's what else you need to know to to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know... More>>

Small asteroid will pass very close to Earth on Friday

An asteroid between 50 and 130 feet wide will fly by the Earth on Friday on a path closer than the moon's, NASA said this week. More>>

Illinois governor denies clemency for veteran facing deportation

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Chicago is bracing for its biggest snow since 2015

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Watching a baby octopus being born is mesmerizing

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Arrest made in killing of Texas police officer who responded to call

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Son of chemistry professor facing deportation says his father has 'done nothing wrong'

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Dad who lunged at Larry Nassar to donate funds to groups that help sexual assault survivors

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Victim of serial flasher finds relief in swift justice

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Police identify theft suspect from hand-drawn sketch

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Homeless men are being gunned down on the street in Las Vegas

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They're not celebrities. Their voice coach isn't either. But #MeToo changed their lives.

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Eagles fans decorate loved ones' graves after Super Bowl victory

Sunday night's semi-destructive revelry was still unfolding on the streets of the City of Brotherly Love when Uber driver and Eagles fan Luis Reyes decided he'd pick up one more fare before heading home. More>>

Man clings to car's hood as it drives down busy street

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