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Search for Kelsey Berreth, missing Colorado woman, intensifies as mother says ‘someone knows where she’s at’

The search for Kelsey Berreth, 29, the Colorado mother last seen on Thanksgiving is being treated as a missing persons case “at this time,” officials said on Monday as Berreth’s mother pleaded for help in locating her daughter.

Nashville's only abortion clinic suspends abortion services

Women seeking abortions in Nashville will now have to travel hours outside the city after the only clinic offering abortions in the region has temporarily halted its services.

The Latest: Babysitter recalls 5 kids killed in house fire

The Latest on an Ohio house fire that killed five children (all times local): 2:25 p.m.

Report: Alabama prison homicide rate highest in nation

In the span of three hours at a southwest Alabama prison, one inmate was fatally stabbed and another was seriously wounded after being stabbed in a separate fight.

Church says nuns embezzled from school to cover Vegas trips

Church officials say a pair of nuns embezzled a "substantial" amount of money from the Southern California Catholic school where they worked for decades and used it to pay for gambling trips to Las Vegas casinos.

Neighbor: Mom screamed for help amid fire that killed 5 kids

An anguished mother, naked and bleeding, banged on the door of the house across the street and screamed for help in a fruitless plea to save her five children as a late-night fire swallowed their Ohio home, a neighbor said Monday.

Man accused of plotting large-scale attack at Ohio synagogue

Federal authorities said they've charged two people involved in planning separate large-scale attacks — one who wanted to carry out a shooting at a synagogue and another who had been plotting a bar shooting and blowing up a pipeline.

5 white Georgia police officers could face trial in deaths of unarmed black men next year: report

As many as five police officers in Georgia – all of whom are white – are likely to stand trial in the deaths of unarmed black men next year, a noteworthy number of prosecutions in a state which has historically had a high bar for trying cops.

3 carnival workers charged in killings of Kansas couple

Three carnival workers have been charged with capital murder in the fatal shooting of a couple at a Kansas fair whose bodies were found days later in shallow graves in a national forest in Arkansas.

Customs officers searching more travelers' devices

A new watchdog report has found that U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are searching the electronic devices of travelers more often, and are not always following proper protocol.

'Baby Jane Doe' funeral held for newborn found near California highway, as cops still searching for relatives

More than four months after a newborn girl was found dead in a cardboard box along a Southern California highway, community members came together Thursday to pay their last respects as authorities are still searching for her relatives.

3 arrested in protests over Alabama police shooting

Three people have been arrested in the continuing protests over the fatal police shooting of a black man inside Alabama's largest shopping mall on Thanksgiving night, authorities said Monday.

Jehovah's Witness halls in Washington state targeted by arson attacks, at least 5 since March

A fire that ripped through a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall in Washington state Friday has become the fifth blaze in an apparent series of targeted attacks targeted houses of worship in the area over the past nine months.

The Latest: Teacher apologizes for hairstyle rules

The Latest on a music teacher's letter on student hairstyles (all times local): 2:45 p.m.

Firefighter who lost home in Camp Fire gets donated refurbished bus from strangers

A firefighter in Northern California who lost her home in the explosive flames of the Camp Fire finally has a place of her own again, thanks to the help of a stranger who has a goal to help hundreds of others.

Chicago campaign volunteer shot on Facebook Live while handing out pamphlets

Maxwell Little was canvassing a Chicago neighborhood in support of an alderman candidate who's spoken out about the city's gun violence epidemic -- when suddenly Little found himself a victim of that violence.

US starts to withdraw troops from Trump border mission

The U.S. this week will begin withdrawing many of the active duty troops sent to the border with Mexico by President Donald Trump just before the midterm election in response to a caravan of Central American migrants, U.S. officials said Monday.

Indiana boy, 16, arrested in killing of pregnant high school cheerleader

A 16-year-old Indiana high school football player was charged with murder and feticide Monday after he admitted he brutally killed a 17-year-old pregnant cheerleader because she hid her pregnancy from him too long to get an abortion.

Teacher ban on 'Large Afros' at school concert criticized

A middle-school music teacher has hit a sour note with a letter warning students against having "Mohawks, Large Afros, or any other outlandish" hairstyles for an upcoming chorus concert performance.

Man pleads guilty after arrest in Indiana girl’s cold case murder solved via DNA website

Indiana prosecutors have obtained a guilty plea in the cold case murder of an 8-year-old girl that was solved using a genealogy website.

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