HOUSTON (AP) — At least three people were still missing on Sunday after torrential rain in Texas and Kansas flooded rivers, washed out roads... Full Story
3 people still missing after floods in Kansas and Texas
HOUSTON (AP) — At least three people were still missing on Sunday after torrential rain in Texas and Kansas flooded rivers, washed out roads and left four people dead.
Suspect arrested after Georgia deputy shot during in face
ATLANTA (AP) — A suspect was arrested after a sheriff's deputy was shot in the face during a traffic stop south of Atlanta, Georgia authorities said.
Tropical Storm Bonnie soaks S. Carolina over holiday weekend
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Bonnie soaked the coast of South Carolina ruining the start of Memorial Day weekend.
The Latest: Suspect arrested in shooting of Georgia deputy
ATLANTA (AP) — The Latest on the shooting of sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop south of Atlanta (all times local):
The Latest: Another Texas city orders residents to evacuate
The Latest on severe weather and flooding around the U.S. (all times local):
Schools preparing for the worst, with active shooter drills
CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — "Lockdown, lockdown, lockdown. This is a drill."
Veterans sites in California, Kentucky, Virginia damaged
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Memorials to veterans in a Los Angeles neighborhood and a town in Kentucky, as well as a Civil War veterans cemetery in Virginia, were damaged as the nation prepares to mark Memorial Day, officials said.
Taxpayers to foot bill for Arpaio's defiance of court order
PHOENIX (AP) — Taxpayers already on the hook for $54 million in a racial profiling case against the longtime sheriff of metro Phoenix are about to get walloped with another worrisome cost.
Slain Utah rail worker's family offers forgiveness to killer
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Hundreds of family, friends and colleagues remembered a slain Utah rail worker Saturday while also offering forgiveness to his killer.
Arizona man rescued after being trapped in car for 3 days
JEROME, Ariz. (AP) — A man trapped in his crashed vehicle on a central Arizona mountain for three days might never have been rescued if not for a couple taking sightseeing photos, authorities said Saturday.
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