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​3 California girls killed in hit-and-run while trick-or-treating

Police say the teenage girls, all wearing Halloween costumes, were in a crosswalk near an elementary school when they were hit

2 people arrested for trespassing as Hawaii lava moves closer to homes

"It's unfortunate. We would hope we wouldn't have to take steps to enforce the rules," official says, pointing to public safety

Kentucky man charged with killing parents, sister and acquaintance

Ryan Champion claimed to have survived the deadly shooting and blamed one of the victims, but police now say he puled the trigger

Fourth victim of Washington state high school shooting dies

Police release new recordings of emergency calls during shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School that left four dead, including gunman

U.S. Marine released after eight months in Mexican jail

Retired Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who suffers from PTSD, was arrested for crossing into Mexico with loaded guns

​U.N. expresses "deep outrage" at ISIS

Security Council says actions by Islamic militants "may constitute war crimes and crimes against humanity"

GOP likely to retake Senate in midterms, analysts say

Congressional elections are now just four days away and most analysts agree that Republicans have a better than 50-50 shot of retaking control of the Senate. Nancy Cordes spoke with Sen. Mitch McConnell, who insists Republicans want to end congressional gridlock and work with the president.

Maine judge frees nurse of state-ordered quarantine

A nurse who defied orders to stay at home was freed of her Ebola quarantine by a judge. Kaci Hickox returned from Sierra Leone and was told to quarantine herself for 21 days because she had been caring for patients with Ebola. Vinita Nair reports.

Settlement reached in Rikers Island inmate's hot cell death

Family of mentally ill, homeless former U.S. Marine who "baked to death" in jail cell will receive $2.25 million

Ex-band FAMU member convicted in hazing death

Dante Martin was convicted of manslaughter and felony hazing in the death of a drum major who prosecutors say was brutally beaten during a hazing ritual
The Cameron Yoe football team earned a key district victory Friday, downing Lago Vista, 33-14. They Yoemen return to action Friday. Click here for pictures (courtesy Jerry Bethell)

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