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Ozark (Ala.) Police Chief Marlos Walker comments during a press conference Monday, March 18, 2019 announcing the arrest of Coley McCraney of nearby Dothan for the 1999 slayings of Dothan teens J.B. Beasley and Tracie Hawlett. McCraney was arrested Friday and is held in the Dale County Jail with no bond.  (Jay Hare/Dothan Eagle via AP)
Truck-driving preacher charged with killing Alabama teensA truck-driving preacher charged with killing two Alabama teenagers found shot to death in a car trunk almost 20 years ago was tied to the slayings through a DNA match uncovered with genetic genealogy testing
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A helicopter and Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District are on the scene on the bridge over the Stanislaus River in Knights Ferry, Calif. where a child fell into the water on Sunday March 17, 2019. Two people were rescued from a fast-flowing wash in Los Angeles early Monday and searchers combed a river in the Sierra Nevada foothills for a little girl swept away during the weekend, putting a focus on dangers resulting from California’s exceptionally wet winter. (Deke Farrow/The Modesto Bee via AP)
Girl, 5, lost in California river, 2 rescued in Los AngelesAuthorities have rescued two people from a fast-flowing wash in Los Angeles and are searching a river in the Sierra Nevada foothills for a little girl swept away during the weekend, spotlighting the dangers of California's very wet winter
The Associated Press24 minutes ago
Former Dallas Police officer Amber Guyger walks the hallway on her third court appearance at the Frank Crowley Courts Building in Dallas on Monday, March 18, 2019. Guyger is charged with murder in the September 2018 shooting death of Botham Jean, an unarmed black man who she fatally shot after entering his apartment. (Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning News via AP)
Trial of Dallas officer set to start Aug. 12A date has been set for the murder trial of a white former Dallas police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man in his own apartment
The Associated Press41 minutes ago
Driver gets 5 years for shooting at white nationalist speechA Texas man has been sentenced to five years in prison for serving as the getaway driver for a man convicted of shooting at an anti-white supremacist protester
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Jamie Dimon: We've 'Bifurcated' the EconomyThere are two Americas, according to JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon: In one, people are benefiting from corporations that are doing well. In the other, however, people are really struggling. "I don't want to be a tone deaf CEO," Dimon said, per CNBC , at the bank's New York headquarters while...
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Pilot Herb Johansen of Bennington, Neb., unloads supplies he volunteered to fly into the Fremont, Neb., airport, Monday, March 18, 2019. Walled off by massive flooding, Fremont is getting a big lift from private pilots who are offering free flights to shuttle stranded residents to and from their hometown. Authorities say flooding from the Platte River and other waterways is so bad that just one highway lane into Fremont remains uncovered, and access to that road is severely restricted. Airport officials estimate that more than 500 people have caught flights on small aircraft flown by volunteers. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)
'Angels of the sky' offer flights into flooded Nebraska cityA Nebraska city walled off by massive flooding is getting a big lift from private pilots who are offering free flights to shuttle stranded residents to and from their hometown
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Anthony Comello appears for his extradition hearing in Toms River, N.J., Monday, March 18, 2019. New York City police say a suspect is in custody in the shooting death of the reputed Gambino crime family boss. Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea says 24-year-old Comello was arrested Saturday, March 16, 2019, in the death of Francesco Cali on Wednesday in front of his Staten Island home. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Suspect in mob boss hit flashes pro-Trump slogans on handThe man charged with killing the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family wrote pro-Donald Trump slogans on his hand and flashed them to journalists before a court hearing Monday
The Associated Press1 hour ago
W.Va. man accused in baby's death can't recall eventsA West Virginia man accused of sexually assaulting and killing his girlfriend's 10-month-old baby says he consumed several beers and could not recall what happened to the girl the night of her death.
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Dr. Johnnie Barto heads into Cambria County Courthouse, in Ebensburg, Pa., on Monday, March 18, 2019, for his sentencing in the sexual assault of over two dozen children.   (Todd Berkey/The Tribune-Democrat via AP)
Pediatrician gets at least 79 years for assaulting patientsA former Pennsylvania pediatrician has been sentenced to at least 79 years in prison for sexually assaulting 31 children, most of them patients
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Judge OKs evidence of prior drive-by in cop's homicide caseJurors in the case of a white western Pennsylvania police officer accused of shooting to death a black teenager will hear about a drive-by shooting that occurred about 15 minutes before Antwon Rose II's death
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this Jan. 19, 2019, file photo, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-New York, waves to the crowd after speaking at Women's Unity Rally organized by Women's March NYC at Foley Square in Lower Manhattan in New York. Most voters in New York think it was bad for the state when Amazon dropped plans to put a second headquarters in Queens and many think U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bears blame for the deal falling through, according to a new poll released Monday. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, File)
Poll: Losing Amazon second HQ deal was bad for New YorkA new poll finds that most voters in the state say it was bad for New York when Amazon's dropped plans to put one of its second headquarters in Queens
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Defense criticizes years-long monitoring of terror defendantDefense lawyers for a man charged with killing eight people in a New York City terrorist attack say the U.S. surveilled their client surreptitiously and perhaps illegally for years
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