A Denver woman's phone call with a 911 operator was cut short when her husband allegedly shot and killed her. She initially called 911 to report that her husband was hallucinating and talking about the end of the world. Valerie Castro reports.
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The case of two Vermillion, South Dakota girls who disappeared in 1971 finally came to a close after their car was found submerged in a creek. KMEG's Joe Bisaccia reports authorities revealed the disappearance was the result of an accident - not foul play.
Video catches driver of horse cart losing control and getting tossed when her horse loses its bit, sending the driverless carriage careening around downtown
Kevin Edson, 25, allegedly left a backpack with a rice cooker full of confetti near the marathon finish line
After being charged a surcharge for soda, a customer at a Chicago convenience store pulled his gun on the owner. WBBM's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Measure signed into law in 2013 bans abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy in state with only one abortion clinic
A 751-foot cargo ship ran aground near Virginia Beach due to 70-mph winds; near New Orleans, waves broke a tow boat’s line to a barge
From limiting leggings on teen girls to requiring uniforms, schools nationwide struggle individually with how far they can restrict kids’ clothing choices
An 8-year-old boy with a rare disease got his wish of being Iron Man for a day and got to meet his hero, too. KCNC's Alan Gionet reports.
Mayor de Blasio called the move a "a critical step forward in easing tensions between the police and the communities they serve”