The wildfire in Nebraska's Sandhills region has exploded in size to about 15,000 acres. A youth campsite was destroyed and officials evacuated a nearby village.
An Indiana car crash began when an SUV struck a deer and crashed into an oncoming pickup truck. Three people died and two others were injured in the accident.
Waukesha Christmas parade attack suspect Darrell Brooks' murder trial began with a series of disruptions Monday from the suspect, who is representing himself.
Over 1 million MN residents qualified for bonus checks as frontline workers during the pandemic. Each frontline worker will receive less than $500.
A new study in Denver, Colorado, found that short-term supportive housing did not decrease the mortality rate among the homeless population.
A train derailed near Bridger, Montana, and spilled thousands of gallons of gasoline. Although there were no injuries, an evacuation warning has been put in place.
A mobile abortion clinic is being planned in Illinois by Planned Parenthood. The 37-foot RV will travel close to the borders of adjourning states but will stay in Illinois.
A Virginia man died after he was injured at a traffic stop earlier in the year. The man's son filed an excessive force lawsuit against the deputies.
A Cape Cod, Massachusetts, man, accused of murdering his mom then setting her remains ablaze in her front lawn, died in police custody on Sunday, officials said.
Francisco Jesus Huerta-Martinez, 41, has been arrested in connection with the 2015 murder of Maria Maricela Astorga-Chavez, a Utah mother of three, after seven years.
Three USPS employees were indicted last week for an alleged scheme to defraud credit card companies by stealing credit cards and personal information from the mail.
A Georgia man wrecked his car on the way to his wedding on Friday. A sheriff's deputy saved the day by making sure the groom was on time for his big day.
More than 200 baby sea turtles arrived at the Brevard Zoo's Sea Turtle Healing Center in Florida, where they were being cared for in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
West Virginia communities received a grant totaling $9.2 million to remove dilapidated and abandoned structures. The money will be given as reimbursement for demolition projects.
A Missouri man pleaded guilty to killing two Wisconsin brothers who came to his cattle farm to collect a $250,000 debt for breaking a contract.
The realities of closing of a power plant are hitting nearby tribal communities. Hundreds of jobs disappeared along with millions of dollars in tax revenue that used to fund schools.
Voters in Wisconsin shared whether climate change or inflation was more important to them when considering voting decisions ahead of the midterm elections.
A Florida man was hit with 30 years in prison for selling a lethal dose of fentanyl to a woman — the latest example of the state's aggressive prosecution of drug dealers.
Gladiolus Food Pantry, a southwest Florida non-profit that supplies food for the community, has lost most of its donations due to flooding from Hurricane Ian.
On Monday night, Virginia residents who live on the coast can expect severe tidal flooding. Remnants of Hurricane Ian have formed a nor’easter that is expected to cause the flooding.