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Posted 2014-09-30 12:08:11
(NEW YORK) -- Police searching for an accused cop killer in the dense woods of the Poconos Mountains have found explosives believed to belong to the suspect, Eric Frein, a law enforcement source told ABC News.The manhunt for Frein has entered its third week. Police have previously said they were being cautious searching cabins and caves near the bo...
(SPOKANE, Wash.) -- Fire officials in Washington state suspect an arsonist is responsible for igniting 23 fires in the past few weeks, including one that burned through eight acres and put Spokane County residents on edge.Nearly all of the fires happened in the Greenacres area. Most were small brush fires, but several homes have been threatened, AB...
(ANN ARBOR, Mich.) -- University of Michigan quarterback Shane Morris suffered a mild concussion Saturday, but was kept in the game because of miscommunications and confusion among sideline personnel, athletic director Dave Brandon said in a statement Tuesday.Brandon said the university is changing its procedures to prevent a similar situation in t...
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) -- The Kansas City Chiefs player who was penalized after kneeling to pray in the end zone Monday night should not have been flagged, an NFL spokesman said Tuesday.Kansas City Chiefs' safety Husain Abdullah, a devout Muslim, was penalized 15 yards for "unsportsmanlike conduct" after he kneeled in prayer. He had run 39 yards for a ...
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) -- Kansas City Chiefs fans were as loud as a jet engine Monday.Fans at Arrowhead Stadium reclaimed the Guinness World Record for the loudest crowd roar during the team's victory against the New England Patriots: 142.2 decibels, similar to the intensity of a jet engine at takeoff. The roar topped the previous record, 137.6 decibel...
(NEW YORK) -- If you had to select any city in the U.S. with the most discerning coffee addicts, chances are Seattle would be at the top of most people’s lists.That’s the case of a combined Redfin and Foursquare survey, which picked Seattle as number one in the ten best cities for so-called “coffee snobs.”Just to clarify, Re...
(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) -- The body of missing Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter has been found, authorities have confirmed to ABC News.  Police found Carter's body overnight in Cabot, Arkansas, one day after arresting the case's main suspect, Arron Lewis. Lewis admitted to kidnapping Carter after police questioned him all night. He did no...
(CHICAGO) -- Brian Howard, the 36-year-old man who allegedly started the fire at a Federal Aviation Administration facility near Chicago that prompted the delay or cancellation of hundreds of flights, appeared before a federal magistrate on Monday.Howard said he understood the charges against him and the possible penalties he faces before waiving a...
(DALLAS) -- A patient at a Texas hospital has been isolated and is being evaluated to determine whether or not he or she has contracted the Ebola virus.Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas said the patient was placed into strict isolation because of the patient's symptoms and recent travel history.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
(DALLAS) -- Michele Williams, the Texas woman accused of killing her husband over his insurance policy, was found guilty of murder and tampering with evidence on Monday.Williams, dubbed "the Black Widow" by Dallas-based media, had stood accused of shooting her husband in the head on Oct. 13, 2011. After closing arguments concluded at about 11 a.m. ...
(HOUSTON) -- The Texas doctor convicted last week of poisoning her lover was sentenced on Monday to 10 years in prison.Dr. Ana Gonzalez-Angulo, who was found guilty of aggravated assault Friday, was charged after prosecutors said she spiked Dr. George Blumenschein's coffee in 2013 with ethylene glycol, a sweet-tasting chemical found in antifreeze.&...
(NEW YORK) -- A subdued Tony Stewart spoke publicly on Monday for the first time since the death of fellow NASCAR driver Kevin Ward Jr., but he said he did not feel the need to speak to Ward's family because "I know it was an accident."Stewart was sympathetic to Ward's family, which issued a statement over the weekend suggesting that prosecutors tr...
(PHOENIX) -- About 300 potential jurors arrived at an Arizona courthouse Monday for the start of the final phase of Jodi Arias' marathon murder trial.The selected jurors won’t determine whether Arias, 29, is guilty or innocent in the 2008 slaying of her sometime-lover Travis Alexander. She has already been found guilty by a different jury. Th...
(CHICAGO) -- More flights have been cancelled in Chicago Monday after thousands were grounded over the weekend, creating chaos across the country because of an alleged act of an employee, sabotaging a large air traffic control center. Brian Howard, 36, was charged Friday with destruction of aircraft facilities, a felony.On Friday morning, Howard al...
(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) -- A warrant has been issued in the disappearance of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter, but too late to prevent the suspect from slipping away before he could be taken into custody.Aaron Michael Lewis, 33, is wanted on one count of kidnapping in Carter’s disappearance, according to an arrest warrant issued Sunday b...
(NEW YORK) -- The aunt of Kevin Ward Jr., the sprint car driver killed when he was struck by NASCAR star Tony Stewart in a race last month, questioned why her nephew was drug tested, but not the driver that hit him, saying it seemed "the wrong man was on trial.""Why was the toxicology report even an issue? Seems to me the wrong man was on trial," W...
(TERRE HAUTE, Ind.) -- Police arrested a 21-year-old Indiana State University student on Sunday in connection with a Saturday shooting.According to the Indiana State University Police, Calvin McCauley, 21, is in custody and faces a preliminary charge of attempted murder. On Saturday, McCauley allegedly shot and wounded a 20-year-old ISU student.Inv...
(ARDMORE, Okla.) -- The crash of a bus and a tractor-trailer that left four Texas college softball players dead and 15 others injured is "being investigated like a homicide," police said, as officials try to piece together what happened.The early indication is that the tractor-trailer crossed over Interstate 35, into the southbound lanes, near the ...
Posted 2014-09-28 11:59:08
(MIAMI) -- Police are searching for at least one suspect after fifteen people were shot at a Miami night club.A spokesman for the Miami-Dade Fire Department said that the victims ranged in age from 12 to 17 years old. One boy is in critical condition.The club was the site of a "gathering," the spokesman said, noting that there was a "very large cro...
(CHICAGO) -- Dozens of flights are delayed at Chicago airports on Sunday, with hundreds more canceled due to the fire at FlightAware says that 717 flights were cancelled at Chicago O'Hare International Airport and 49 more were cancelled at Chicago's Midway International Airport. Another 33 flights into or out of O'Hare were delayed, and 11 flights ...
(MOORPARK, Calif.) -- A 5-year-old boy who police say was in the car with a half-pound bag of cocaine as his father allegedly ran a drug deal tested positive for coke, cops said.Marco Cuevas, 31, and his wife were arrested Friday in Moorpark, Calif., after a months-long investigation by the Ventura County Interagency Pharmaceutical Crimes Unit. Cue...
Posted 2014-09-28 08:29:48
(FERGUSON, Mo.) -- A pair of police officers were shot Saturday evening in Ferguson, the St. Louis suburb where the killing of an unarmed black man by a white police officer led to weeks of protests last month.The officers' injuries were not believed to be life threatening, and police were searching for suspects.Tensions between police and resident...
(CHICAGO) -- There are more delays and cancellations Saturday for flights into and out of Chicago and other Midwest cities, one day after a man allegedly set fire to an Illinois control center. At O'Hare Airport in Chicago, many of the thousands of passengers who were stranded on Friday stayed the night, hoping they could still travel to their dest...
(PHOENIX) -- An Arizona man could have gotten himself one of the fanciest cars on the road and had money left over with what a diamond he allegedly stole was worth, but instead police say he traded the $160,000 gem for $20 worth of marijuana.Walter Earl Morrison, 20, of Phoenix, Az., was charged with felony theft after he allegedly stole a package ...
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