The mother of a 15-month-old girl last seen two months ago and reported missing last week in Tennessee says she knew who had her daughter, and she was afraid to report her disappearance.
A stabbing incident at a nightclub near Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant left three people injured early Sunday morning, authorities said.
California authorities tranquilized a 400-pound bear on Friday, after the creature was spotted taking a leisurely stroll through a residential neighborhood.
New Orleans officials have banned tandem floats from parading during the rest of the Mardi Gras season after two people were killed in separate accidents last week.
You shouldn't believe everything you see on the internet. A popular YouTuber proved that, once again, to be true.
A federal judge has temporarily blocked the transfer of people infected with the coronavirus to a city in Southern California until a hearing set for this week.
A lizard named Winston is raising money for Australia bushfire relief by dipping its claws and tail into different paint colors and walking across a canvas.
An intense search in Northern California ended joyously on Saturday when rescue teams found a couple in their 70s who went hiking more than a week ago and got lost in dense forest, said Sgt. Brenton Schneider of the Marin County Sheriff's Office.
A person was killed Saturday night at the Krewe of Endymion parade in New Orleans when they were hit by a float, authorities said.
Three weeks ago, Lisa Wang was fighting a high fever when she was turned away from an overflowing hospital in Wuhan, the central Chinese city mired in a deadly coronavirus crisis.
Before the novel coronavirus outbreak hit Wuhan in December, the exact whereabouts -- and even existence -- of the central Chinese city had slipped from the general public's awareness in the West.
Two people died when a single-engine plane crashed Saturday morning at a general aviation airport on the north shore of Oahu in Hawaii, authorities said.
Lindsey Renee Lagestee, the 25-year-old lead female vocalist of the country music band Dixie Crush, died days after being hit by a car on her way to a Valentine's Day performance in Chicago, the band said on Facebook.
Three people died and 18 were transported to nearby hospitals after a bus traveling south on Interstate 15 rolled over near Fallbrook, the North San Diego County Fire Department said Saturday.
Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin scored the 700th goal of his career on Saturday afternoon, becoming the eighth National Hockey League player to achieve the feat.
Virginia is on the brink of becoming the fourth state to ban hair discrimination, with only the signature of the governor remaining for the prohibition to become law.
A 2-year-old girl fell into a septic tank at a Texas recreational vehicle park Wednesday evening, spurring a frantic but unsuccessful effort to rescue her, authorities said.
A wise fictional woman once said, "Waffles, friends, work. Or friends, waffles, work. But work is third." She's right; work is work. But have you ever listened to the lucky few who love their work so wholly that it doesn't feel like work? To them, work is enjoyable and fulfilling; not a care…
Greyhound will not allow US Customs and Border Protection agents to conduct searches on its buses without warrants, the company announced.
Zion Williamson may have played in only 11 games this season, but the New Orleans Pelicans rookie is already making history.
A hiker in Florida found and took pictures of a rare rainbow snake, a species that experts say hasn't been seen in the area for more than 50 years.
The New York Police Department says it will soon expunge DNA profiles of some people who've never been convicted of a crime from the city's local DNA database as part of a larger reform of its collection policies.
More than half of South Korea's novel coronavirus cases are linked to a branch of a controversial religious group in the southern city of Daegu.
Evelyn Boswell is a 15-month-old girl missing in Tennessee. Andrew Caballeiro was a week old when he was last seen in Florida. Osiel Rico, 3, has been missing from New Mexico for nearly two months.
Hiroko Rose joined the Boy Scouts of America in February 2019 and said she's loved it so far.
For Natalie Reilly, Valentine's Day 2016 was grim. The divorcee was at home nursing her mother through a 19th round of chemotherapy.
If you see a 70-year-old woman digging through a trash can for discarded banana peels in Florida, you may have spotted one of the world's most unique collectors.
For decades, the remains of thousands of Native Americans have been resting at a university in Tennessee. But this spring, they will finally go home.
A man has been convicted of killing two people who confronted him for harassing a Muslim teen and her friend in a Portland, Oregon, train.
Concerns are growing over the global spread of the novel coronavirus after a spike in cases outside of mainland China among people with no connection to China or the city of Wuhan, ground zero for the outbreak.
Two people have been arrested and charged in connection with an Amber Alert for 15-month-old Evelyn Boswell, who was last seen two months ago.
Two people were arrested and charged in connection with an AMBER alert for 15-month-old Evelyn Boswell, who was last seen two months ago.
Ara Zobayan, the pilot of the helicopter that crashed in California, killing NBA legend Kobe Bryant, violated weather-related flight rules in 2015, according to Federal Aviation Administration enforcement records obtained by CNN.
The mother of two children missing in Idaho repeatedly lied to police and asked others to lie as detectives began investigating the disappearances, according to newly released court documents.
Newly released surveillance and police body camera video of the December 2019 shooting at a kosher supermarket in Jersey City, New Jersey, shows a law enforcement response within minutes, as well as an officer exchanging shots from a school across the street.
A man who had been arrested for damaging the property of a female college student whose body was found Tuesday night is now accused of her killing.
A handful of students, teachers, advocacy groups and parents sued the State of California two years ago, alleging the state deprived students from disadvantaged communities the opportunity to learn basic reading and writing skills.