Search for missing UV student suspended as police find human remains2014-10-19 -
- Authorities suspended the public search for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham on Sunday after police found human remains that could be hers in an abandoned farm in Albemarle County.
Cowboys' Joseph Randle new underwear spokesperson for MeUndies
2014-10-19 - - Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is now an underwear spokesperson and endorser, less than a week after he tried to steal underwear in a department store in Frisco, Texas.
Medical airline explains Ebola patient escort without hazmat suit
2014-10-16 - - One of five escorts who flew with Ebola patient Amber Vinson on a medical plane that took her from Dallas to Atlanta on Wednesday caused a stir for not donning a hazmat suit.
Mega-Church Mars Hill Demands Accountability. Forces Resignation of Mark Driscoll for Bullying and Abuse
2014-10-16 - - Pastor Mark Driscoll brought his church to over 14,000 members but after scandals numbers have dropped almost 50%. The church is losing money fast. Members demand higher standards of leaders and say continued abuse is to blame.
PA lawmaker, teen robbery suspect in shootout
2014-10-16 - - A Pennsylvania state lawmaker and a 15-year-old suspected robber engaged in a shootout in Harrisburg's Midtown neighborhood Tuesday night after the latter tried to rob the former and his colleague.
Second Dallas nurse to develop Ebola heading to Atlanta hospital
2014-10-15 - - Another Dallas nurse who attended to Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has the deadly virus and she will be transferred to Atlanta's Emory University hospital for care on Wednesday.
Boy, 10, charged with homicide for beating 90-year-old woman to death
2014-10-14 - - A 10-year-old Pennsylvania boy was charged with criminal homicide on Monday for killing a 90-year-old woman. The Wayne County District Attorney's office said Tristen Kurilla of Damascus Township will be charged as an adult for the death of Helen Novak of Tyler Hill.
American shot dead in Saudi Arabia, shooter arrested
2014-10-14 - - A U.S. citizen was killed and another American was injured when a Saudi national fired at their car at a gas station in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
Baby trapped under body of dead dad for 3 days survives
2014-10-13 - - A 10-month-old infant trapped under the body of her dead father in their Louisiana home for three days survived and is recovering at the University Health Shreveport hospital.
Family identifies TX Ebola patient, other nurses feared infected
2014-10-13 - - The family of the nurse who contracted Ebola after helping attend to the Liberian patient who died from the virus in a Dallas hospital has confirmed the identity of the nurse.
Dallas hospital worker tests positive for Ebola
2014-10-12 - - A Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital worker, who cared for Liberian patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died from Ebola infection last week, was tested positive for the virus on Saturday, the Texas Department of State Health Services said.
Ole Miss, Texas A&M showdown sets new SEC attendance record
2014-10-12 - - The clash between Texas A&M and Ole Miss set a new SEC attendance record after 110,633 people packed Kyle Field to watch Saturday's tilt.
TX deputy tests negative for Ebola, leaves hospital
2014-10-09 - - The Dallas County Sheriff's deputy confined Wednesday at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital (THPH) for suspected Ebola symptoms tested negative for the disease and was discharged on Thursday.
Swarm of bee stings Arizona man to death, injures 3
2014-10-09 - - A swarm of bees attacked four people in Cochise County Wednesday morning and one of the victims died in the hospital as a result of 100 stings.
Police arrest laser pointer culprit at Bills-Lions game
2014-10-09 - - Detroit police have arrested and charged the man who allegedly used a laser pointer at Buffalo Bills players at the Lions' Ford Field last weekend. Police said Mark Beslach was issued a misdemeanor citation for disorderly conduct. He will have to appear in court and likely pay a small fine.
Facebook creating Chat-like app that enables anonymous interactions
2014-10-09 - - Facebook is set to launch a chat app that allows private and anonymous users. This new app will give users a new way to interact in Facebook-like platform without using their real names.
Three Americans with Kurds fighting ISIS in Syria
2014-10-07 - - At least three Americans, including a former U.S. Army soldier from Wisconsin, are fighting alongside Kurdish militias against jihadists in Syria, media outlets reported on Monday.
Mom arrested after daughter hands out heroin packets to daycare classmates
2014-10-07 - - Police arrested Monday the mother of a 4-year-old girl, who distributed 249 packets containing heroin to her daycare classmates.
Total lunar eclipse on Wednesday to show 'blood moon', selenelion
2014-10-07 - - Stargazers may see a "blood moon" together with a rising sun during Wednesday's total lunar eclipse. The rare sight, including the sun rising called selenelion, is made possible by atmospheric refraction.
Illinois teen suspected of joining ISIS appears in court
2014-10-07 - - The Bolingbrook, IL teen arrested Saturday at O'Hare International Airport on suspicion of joining the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) appeared in court on Monday after being charged with aiding a terrorist organization.
Jaguars apologize for mascot's Ebola antics
2014-10-06 - - The Jacksonville Jaguars issued an apology for their mascot's action during Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at EverBank Field. Jaguars president Mark Lamping made the apology after their mascot -- Jaxson de Ville -- used the Ebola epidemic to mock the Steelers' Terrible Towels.
Fans take ownership of goalposts following Ole Miss upset of Alabama
2014-10-06 - - After Ole Miss scored a victory over No. 1 Alabama 23-17 Saturday, fans brought down the goalposts at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium and claimed it.
Coast Guard rescues man sea-walking from Miami to Bermuda on 'bubble' pod
2014-10-06 - - The U.S. Coast Guard in Miami rescued Saturday a man at sea, about 70 nautical miles off the coast of St. Augustine, Florida, as he "walks" 1,000 miles on water to Bermuda using an inflatable bubble that looks like a giant mouse wheel.
Homeless man sought for Ebola monitoring found
2014-10-05 - - Dallas authorities have located a homeless man being sought for quarantine for riding in the ambulance that carried Ebola patient Thomas E. Duncan to a local hospital last week.
Ebola survivor back in hospital, doctors deny relapse
2014-10-05 - - Massachusetts doctor Rick Sacra, who survived Ebola infection last month after getting infected in August while working in Liberia, was admitted to the UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester Saturday night due to cough and fever.