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10/09/2015 01:31 AM
Bystanders Rescue Motorcyclist from Flames
A Georgia fire chief credits two bystanders with saving a man's life after his motorcycle erupts in flames. Warning: Video may be graphic.

10/08/2015 11:41 PM
California Commission Votes to Ban SeaWorld Orca Breeding
Some animal welfare activists opposed plans to expand the whale tanks, and argued keeping the animals in captivity is cruel.

10/08/2015 11:37 PM
New Mexico Cops Lift Car Off Woman Struck During Accident
The 46-year-old woman, struck and pinned under the vehicle while trying to jump start a car, did not survive, police said.

10/08/2015 10:41 PM
Police Officers Lift Car Off Dying Woman
A body camera captured video of five police officers in Farmington, New Mexico, lifting a car off an injured woman.

10/08/2015 10:32 PM
Busted Star Wars Fan Bemoans 'Stupid Mistake' at Comic Con
Jonathon Wall of Utah was indicted for pretending he was an Air Force investigator to get special access.

10/08/2015 10:31 PM
Michigan Cat Doing Well After Being Shot With Crossbow
The Michigan cat seriously injured last weekend by a target crossbow is doing well and was able to have visitors Thursday.

10/08/2015 10:20 PM
Six Employees Hurt in Explosion at Washington Dam
Few details about the explosion at Priest Rapids Dam along the Columbia River in central Washington were immediately available.

10/08/2015 09:52 PM
Officer in 2013 Killing Reaches $180K Deal With City
Randall "Wes" Kerrick was tried on a manslaughter charge for the shooting death of an unarmed man, but a jury deadlocked and the case was dismissed.

10/08/2015 08:42 PM
Walter Scott's Family Gets $6.5 Million Settlement
The settlement avoids a civil suit, but a former police officer still faces murder charges in the shooting death of the unarmed black man in April.

10/08/2015 08:41 PM
City Approves $6.5 Million Settlement With Walter Scott Family
Anthony Scott, Walter's brother said the settlement sends a message that reckless behavior committed by police will not be tolerated.

10/08/2015 08:34 PM
Navy Will Use Sonar to Search for Sunken El Faro
The search using sonar and remotely operated vehicles could recover the ship's data recorder, which could provide answers into what happened.

10/08/2015 08:00 PM
Florida Judge Jails Domestic Abuse Victim for Not Testifying
A Florida county judge rebuked a domestic abuse victim for failing to appear in court and then sentenced the woman to jail.

10/08/2015 07:29 PM
Death Toll Climbs, Dam Breaks Feared After S.C. Floods
The deadly, record-smashing rainfall may have finally passed, but the threat to South Carolinians was far from over early Tuesday.

10/08/2015 07:24 PM
Oregon Shooting Survivor Has 'Long Road to Recovery'
Julie Woodworth remains in critical condition one week after the deadly shooting at an Oregon community college.

10/08/2015 07:22 PM
U.S. Could Use a 'Real Black President,' Murdoch Says
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has suggested that President Barack Obama is not a "real black president."

10/08/2015 06:16 PM
Three Killed in Louisiana Gas Plant Explosion
The cause of the explosion wasn't yet known, authorities in the town of Gibson said. The plant was out of service and gas wasn't flowing.

10/08/2015 06:04 PM
'More Is Coming': New Flood Warnings in South Carolina
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley urged residents in low lying areas near Givahns Ferry and elsewhere to leave if instructed to do so by officials.

10/08/2015 05:00 PM
As Search Ends, Parents of Lost El Faro Crew Members Face Grim Reality
Now that the search for sunken container ship El Faro has ended, parents of the lost crew members get set to leave Florida and move forward.

10/08/2015 04:41 PM
The Week in Pictures: Oct. 1 - 8
A derailed train collides with Autumn foliage, an airline director flees his employees, a volcano spews into the night sky and more.

10/08/2015 04:40 PM
Video Shows French Train Hero Stabbed From Behind
Stone can be seen knocking a man to the ground before another assailant approaches from behind and appears to stab him in the back.



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