Florida officials say one man is dead after shooting at youth sports complex
Florida officials say a man is dead and another is injured after a shooting took place at a youth sports complex on Saturday night while kids were present.
Colorado police say car fatally hit man using walker who tripped over sidewalk and fled the scene
Colorado police are trying to identify the driver of a car who allegedly hit a man who was using a walker when he tripped over a sidewalk.
Photos: Damage to Florida, Carolinas continues to be surveyed as Hurricane Ian marches on
Search and rescue teams have been deployed throughout the areas affected by Hurricane Ian as FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell traveled to Florida to survey the damage.
Georgia man wins $700 off stack of lottery tickets he allegedly stole, now has $3,000 bond: officials
A man in Georgia is facing a felony charge after allegedly stealing lottery tickets from a gas station, and police say the incident was caught on video.
Florida deputies rescue woman from rushing floodwaters after her car was swept away
As Hurricane Ian tore through Florida, deputies jumped into action to save a woman whose car was swept away by floodwaters.
Chicago police say 3-year-old shot and killed after road rage incident: 'Baby killers on the streets'
Chicago police say a 3-year-old boy was killed after a drive-by shooting on the city's Southwest side on Friday night following a road rage incident.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, man charged with murder after mother's body found ablaze on front lawn
Cape Cod, Massachusetts man accused of murdering his mother and setting her body ablaze on the front lawn by the time authorities arrived.
Vermont girls volleyball players banned from locker room after objection to transgender student: Report
A Vermont high school volleyball player says members of her team were banned from the high school locker room after objecting to changing with a transgender student.
Sherri Papini, California mom who staged kidnapping, tells police 'it's embarrassing' in interrogation video
Sherri Papini, the California mom who staged her own kidnapping in 2016, tells police what they know about her case is "embarrassing" in an interrogation interview.
US Army falls 25% short of recruiting goal
The U.S. Army fell short of its recruitment goal by 25% this year, as Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy dipped into pools of delayed entry applicants to meet goals.