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Motorists nab cash spilled by armored truck, causing crashesAn armored truck spilled cash Thursday on a New Jersey highway, leading to two crashes as drivers "went a little bit crazy" to grab the swirling money
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Florida Supreme Court upholds conviction of FAMU band memberThe Florida Supreme Court is upholding the conviction of a former Florida A&M University band member who was convicted of killing a fellow band member from a hazing ritual
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FILE - In this undated file photo, Woodland Park Police Chief Miles De Young answers questions about the disappearance of resident Kelsey Berreth, 29, while her mother, Cheryl Berreth, stands in the background during a news conference at City Hall in Woodland Park, Colo. Kelsey Berreth's disappearance has mystified her family and the Colorado police leading a multi-state search for the missing mother of a one-year-old daughter. Berreth was last spotted on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22, 2018, when a surveillance camera recorded the 29-year-old woman entering a grocery store near her Colorado home. (Christian Murdock/The Gazette via AP, File)
Investigation yields few clues on missing Colorado womanColorado police are asking for help in their search for a missing woman, whose family calls her disappearance completely out of character for the mother of a one-year-old daughter
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FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Ector County Texas Sheriff's Office shows Samuel Little. The FBI says 78-year-old Little, who has confessed to some 90 killings nationwide spanning nearly four decades, offered his confessions as a bargaining chip to be moved from a California prison. Authorities say Little is in poor health and will likely stay in jail in Texas until his death. (Ector County Texas Sheriff's Office via AP)
Serial killer pleads guilty in Texas woman's 1994 deathA 78-year-old man who says he killed about 90 people over nearly four decades as he moved around the country has pleaded guilty to murder in the 1994 strangulation of a Texas woman
The Associated Press40 minutes ago
Man who killed teen in road rage shooting gets 20-40 yearsA Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty to fatally shooting a recent high school graduate in a fit of road rage will spend at least 20 years in prison
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Panel says sheriff's policy contributed to Florida massacreThe commission investigating the Florida high school massacre heavily criticized the responding sheriff office's active shooter policy, saying it contributed to the failure of some deputies to run into the building and confront the gunman
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Court tosses permit for pipeline to cross Appalachian TrailA federal appeals court has invalidated a permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to cross two national forests, including parts of the Appalachian Trail
The Associated Press43 minutes ago
Feds: US fishermen had good year aided by lobsters, scallopsThe federal government says U.S. commercial fishing generated more than $144 billion in sales in 2016, a total about in line with trends of recent years
The Associated Press46 minutes ago
A move to ban many vacation rentals in New OrleansA New Orleans City Council member has released a long-awaited proposal that would ban short-term rentals of whole houses in the city's residential areas
The Associated Press49 minutes ago
Investigation yields few clues on missing Colorado womanColorado police are asking for help in their search for a missing woman, whose family calls her disappearance completely out of character for the mother of a one-year-old daughter
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this Feb. 4, 2013 file photo, shows a close up detail of a Boy Scout uniform worn during a news conference in front of the Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas.  The Boy Scouts of America says it is exploring "all options" to address serious financial challenges, but is declining to confirm or deny a report that it may seek bankruptcy protection in the face of declining membership and sex-abuse litigation.  "I want to assure you that our daily mission will continue and that there are no imminent actions or immediate decisions expected," Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh said in a statement issued Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018.    (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)
Boy Scouts exploring "all options" to address fiscal woesThe Boy Scouts of America says it is exploring "all options" to address serious financial challenges, but is declining to confirm or deny a report that it may seek bankruptcy protection
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Burned bear Cinder shot and killed by hunter in WashingtonA bear cub found badly burned in a massive 2014 Washington wildfire was shot by a hunter
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