A person opened fire on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus, and at least three victims were taken to hospitals, according to police who reported the shooter was found dead.
Authorities have suspended the search for the 12-year-old boy still missing following a deadly landslide in the southeast Alaska community of Wrangell.
Former NFL Player Sergio Brown pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of first-degree murder and concealing a homicide in the September death of his mother.
Law enforcement officials say a driver in a suburb of Boston crashed into at least two individuals and a police officer before stealing a police car, fleeing the scene and then crashing the cruiser.
Environmental groups in Mississippi say findings from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers show a long-debated flood control project along the Pearl River would be ādestructive.ā
A Maryland jury has acquitted a police officer who had been charged with murder after shooting a handcuffed man.
The judge presiding over the Boys Scouts of Americaās bankruptcy has rejected a $21 million fee request from attorneys hired by law firms representing survivors of child sexual abuse.
Louisiana governor-elect names former gubernatorial candidate to lead stateās department of revenue
Louisiana Gov.-elect Jeff Landry named Richard Nelson, a Republican state lawmaker who spearheaded proposals to eliminate Louisianaās income tax, as the next revenue secretary.
A twice-convicted killer has been charged with attempted murder for a prison yard attack on a fellow inmate convicted of the high-profile killing of California college student Kristin Smart, who vanished 27 years ago.
Ex-Nashville mayor to run for GOP-held US House seat, seeking a political return years after scandal
Former Nashville Mayor Megan Barry has announced a run for the U.S. House seat held by Republican Rep. Mark Green.
A Chicago man has pleaded guilty in a 2021 drive-by shooting of three undercover law enforcement officers that he mistook for rival gang members.
Jonathan Majorsā ex describes āsubstantialā pain caused by actor as defense questions her drinking
Jonathan Majorsā former girlfriend testified Wednesday about the injuries that she suffered after the actor allegedly attacked her in the backseat of a cab this spring.
Norfolk Southern to end relocation aid right after one-year anniversary of its fiery Ohio derailment
Norfolk Southern railroad plans to stop paying relocation aid to people displaced by last Februaryās fiery derailment in eastern Ohio right after the one-year anniversary of the crash.
Top Wisconsin Senate Republican says a deal is near for university pay raises. UW officials disagree
The leader of the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate says lawmakers are nearing a deal that would allow for long-blocked pay raises for Universities of Wisconsin employees to take effect.
An internal Amazon memo has provided a stark look at the companyās carefully laid out plans to grow its influence and advance its interest in Southern California.
UNLVās basketball game at Dayton on Wednesday night has been canceled because of a mass shooting earlier in the day at the Las Vegas school.
Trainers at New Jersey police seminar disparaged women, made āinappropriateā remarks, officials say
A new state comptroller report finds that a police training seminar in New Jersey included instructors making lewd comments about women, encouraging officers to pull people over for no reason and showing a photo of an ape after talking about pulling over a 75-year-old Black man.
Wisconsinās wedding barns face new regulations under a liquor law overhaul bill they fought to kill but that Gov.
Jill Biden and military kids are sorting toys donated by the White House to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program.
The chair of a congressional committee with oversight of U.S. federal elections says ballot shortages in Mississippiās largest county could undermine voting and election confidence in 2024 if local officials donāt make changes.
A Georgia special session to redraw congressional and legislative voting district maps is likely to end Thursday.
Officials say bettors placed nearly $40 million in online bets during the first month since it became legal.
President Joe Bidenās campaign is not yet committing to general election debates next year. The comment on Wednesday by one of his top campaign leaders was the latest sign that a staple of modern White House campaigns may not be in play in 2024.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wonāt host an in-person Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the state Capitol this year.
A day after NCAA President Charlie Baker made an aggressive and potentially groundbreaking pitch to allow some schools to pay their athletes, his proposal was met with praise, caution and questions from around college sports.
A Nevada grand jury has indicted six Nevada GOP members who submitted a document to Congress falsely declaring Donald Trump the winner of the 2020 presidential election, making the Western swing state the third to seek charges against so-called āfake electors.ā
The anti-communist sister of Cuban leaders Fidel and Raul Castro has died in Miami at age 90. Juanita Castro died Monday, nearly 60 years after she fled their communist revolution.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Gabe Gore, who was appointed to the job by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson in May after Kim Gardnerās sudden resignation, says heās running for a full term in 2024.
A state appeals court has upheld decisions that denied a company a permit to build a golf course near a state park along Wisconsinās Lake Michigan shoreline.
The EV trend in the US at the end of 2023 is a little tough to tease out. Overall sales hit a record, but theyāre also falling short of expectations amid the industryās push to transition away from combustion engines and quickly towards EVs.
A woman has sued the hip-hop mogul Sean āDiddyā Combs claiming he and two other men raped her 20 years ago in a New York City recording studio when she was 17.