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Pentagon says 34 service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after Iran missile attack

(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon now says 34 American service members have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) following the Jan. 8 Iranian missile attack on the Al Asad airbase in western Iraq.Half of the service members have returned to duty, while the remaining 17 service members have been flown…... Read More

Silver Alert issued for Notre Dame student believed to be in 'extreme danger'

(NOTRE DAME, Ind.) -- Police are asking for the public's help in finding a University of Notre Dame student who was last seen Tuesday and is believed to be in "extreme danger."Annrose Jerry, 21, has not been seen since 8:45 p.m. Tuesday at Coleman-Morse Hall on the Notre Dame, Ind.,…... Read More

Two dead in Houston explosion that destroyed building, caused 'significant' damage to homes

(HOUSTON) -- The two victims killed in an explosion at a Houston manufacturing facility have been identified, authorities said.Gerardo Castorena and Frank Flores, both employees at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing, were killed in the early-morning blast at the site on Friday, according to the city's police and fire chief.The manufacturing…... Read More

New Mexico college student shot during alleged fraternity hazing incident

(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) -- A New Mexico State University student has been accused of shooting a classmate in an alleged hazing incident that resulted in his fraternity's suspension. Miguel Altamirano was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly shot Jonathan Sillas in the leg as…... Read More

Black man sues bank alleging racial discrimination for not cashing checks

(DETROIT) -- A Michigan man has filed a lawsuit against a Midwest banking chain this week, accusing it of racial profiling, after a teller called the police on him and wrongfully accused him of fraud. Ironically, Sauntore Thomas was attempting to deposit two large checks that he'd received as part…... Read More

Police find missing 13-year-old girl who 'willingly' got into someone's car and never made it to school

(PELHAM, Ala.) -- Authorities in Alabama say they have found a 13-year-old girl, who disappeared on her way to school.Amberly Nicole Flores left her home in Pelham, Alabama, on Tuesday morning to walk to the school bus stop. But she never made it to school, according to the Pelham Police…... Read More

Annabella Sciorra testifies in Harvey Weinstein trial

(NEW YORK) -- "Sopranos" actress Annabella Sciorra took the witness stand on Thursday at Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial and testified in wrenching detail about the night nearly 30 years ago that she said the disgraced Hollywood producer violently raped her at her apartment.Sciorra's testimony is the first and among the…... Read More

Girl Scout uses YouTube cover of Lizzo's 'Truth Hurts' to sell cookies

(WESTERVILLE, Ohio) -- Girl Scouts aren't just knocking on doors any longer to sell cookies -- they are getting more creative.Amory Vargo is well on her way to meeting her goal of selling 2,020 boxes of cookies and earning a free week at Girl Scout camp thanks to her video…... Read More

Police release horrific details of the 1st mass shooting of the year, identify teen suspect

(GRANTSVILLE, Utah) -- The first mass shooting in the country this year was allegedly carried out by a 16-year-old, who skipped school to kill each of his family members as they returned home, prosecutors said.Colin Jeffrey "CJ" Haynie is being charged as an adult for killing his mother and his…... Read More

Fotis Dulos violated bond terms by visiting memorial for wife he's accused of killing

(NEW CANAAN, Conn.) -- A Connecticut man charged with his estranged wife's murder was harshly criticized by a judge who said he violated the terms of his $6 million bond by stopping at a makeshift memorial for his presumed-dead spouse and removing items his lawyer said were meant to taunt…... Read More

Inside the neo-Nazi hate group 'The Base,' which is the center of an FBI investigation

(WASHINGTON) -- A wide-ranging domestic terrorism investigation of the "The Base," which authorities say is a neo-Nazi group, has culminated in the arrests of seven alleged members last week and has provided extensive new details about the inside operations of an organization that allegedly advocates for a "violent insurgency" to…... Read More

Billionaire businessman Leslie Wexner refuses to reveal full scope of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged multimillion-dollar theft

(NEW YORK) -- Leslie Wexner, the billionaire founder of the L Brands retail empire, who in 2019 accused disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein of misappropriating “vast sums” of his personal fortune more than a decade earlier, has so far refused to reveal the full scope of that alleged multimillion-dollar theft.In a…... Read More

Trump administration removes federal protections from streams, wetlands

(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration moves to remove Obama-era clean water protections intended to protect rivers, streams, wetlands and other bodies of water from pollution and runoff from industrial facilities and agriculture on Thursday, finalizing one of President Donald Trump's signature campaign promises to farmers.The Environmental Protection Agency and U.S.…... Read More

Man arrested with $3.7 million worth of drugs found in his car

(LITTLEFIELD, Ariz.) -- A Utah man was arrested in Arizona when he got caught with nearly $3.7 million worth of drugs in his car, authorities said.Logan Lewis Pederson, 30, of Sandy had four different substances on him that tested positive for methamphetamine, cocaine, MDMA and THC, according to the Mohave…... Read More