(NBC News) Military investigators continue to search for clues at Fort Hood and the apartment alleged gunman Ivan Lopez shared with his wife and young daughter before Wednesday's deadly attack that left four dead and 16 wounded.
(KOB) Albuquerque's police chief says tear gas was used to break up Sunday night's massive protest after officers spotted a man carrying an assault rifle.
Officers say the protester was carrying a loaded AK-47.
(WESH) Birds are usually a sight for sore eyes but, in this case, they could just leave you sore.
Two adult hawks have been dive bombing employees and citizens heading in and out of the library in Port Orange, Florida.
(KING) Members of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders soccer team visited Darrington, Washington Monday, providing a lending hand and welcome distraction to a community devastated by the mudslide.
(WBBH) Some Cape Coral, Florida residents are worried about an iguana invasion in their neighborhood. They say the creatures are digging up holes behind their seawalls -- a major safety concern for some homeowners.
(WPTV) Step into Jason Shatsky's room and you realize this West Boca Raton teen has some big ambitions.
Jason is the founder of ThirtySevenKicks.bigcartel.com, a business that is bringing in some serious cash.