Police in Nevada said Thursday the identity of a 1980 murder victim was confirmed through new DNA testing, and are reopening the investigation into her death.
District Attorney John Chisholm said an overworked assistant prosecutor set the $1,000 bail Brooks paid days before allegedly driving into a Christmas parade.
While questions remain about how the mandate will be enforced at private schools, about 56,000 employees will have to prove at least one dose by Dec. 20.
David Rhodes, Sheriff of Yavapai County, pleaded guilty and received a year of probation along with fines, two days of home confinement and other penalties.
The 1981 cold case was revisited in recent years, and ended with the judge unsure if the infant's death was intentional or due to complications during birth.
Michigan's Senate approved over $3 billion in funding to replace lead pipes and fix dams across the state. The House will likely consider the proposal in 2022.
Police said the suspect shot Jacqueline Avant during a burglary, but it is unclear if he intentionally targeted the Avant's home or it was a random incident.
A top health official in Wisconsin said 97 percent of intensive care beds and 98 percent of intermediate care beds are filled as COVID cases rise in the state.
The two recounts will determine if Republicans swept the state's November 2 elections and took a majority in the House of Delegates.
Smollett's defense attorneys allege the men carried out the attack on the actor, then tried to extort him for $1 million each after being questioned by police.
The finalists, Lockheed Martin's F-35 stealth fighter and Saab's Gripen, surprised many as American aerospace giant Boeing's Super Hornet was left out.
TV stations that air in and around Pennsylvania announced Wednesday they would stop airing Dr. Oz's show in an effort to avoid violating the campaign rule.
The joint program announced by the US and Mexico Wednesday will send aid and attempt to spur development in several Central American countries.
A man pleaded not guilty in a Vermont court Wednesday to two counts of aggravated murder related to a 2018 shooting allegedly over $20,000 in drug money.
The proposal represents California's dilemma of meeting present energy production needs while also wanting to commit to progressive renewable energy policies.
The settlement was agreed to by 79 women who accused former gynecologist Robert Hadden, and the two hospitals where he worked, of partaking in abuse.
Gilbert Postelle, sentenced to two life sentences for his role in a 2005 shooting that killed four in Oklahoma, was denied clemency Wednesday by a 4-1 vote.
Louisiana lawmakers held a hearing Wednesday to hear complaints from residents still waiting for insurance relief following Hurricane Ida in August.
Four student organizations planned a protest Wednesday requesting Arizona State University prevent Kyle Rittenhouse from re-enrolling at the school.
Jerome Powell told a House committee Wednesday it's not possible to be sure when inflation will improve, but the pandemic fading would make it more likely.
After over $1.2 billion has been signed or agreed to in free agency, MLB is poised to enter its first lockout since 1995 at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday.
The blocking of the mandate for federal contractors in three states joined the series of current legal challenges to President Joe Biden's vaccine mandates.
Oregon is looking to join the nine states that provide digital proof of COVID vaccination to its residents with a program set to release in the spring.
Solomon Simmons, a Black Virginia Beach police officer, shot and killed Donovan Lynch after he saw Lynch with a gun near a crowded parking lot.
A woman introduced to the jury as "Jane" testified today that she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell from 1994-1997, starting when she was 14.
Several other families have joined the family of 9-year-old Ezra Blount in rejecting the offer, saying they want to see Scott held accountable in other ways.
Months after being released from prison for several 1990s bank robberies in Florida, David Ratcliff was arrested Tuesday, accused in a holdup.
Dozens of elections experts across the country recently signed a letter defending Wisconsin's top elections administrator, Meagan Wolfe.
A 20-member medical team from the U.S. Navy is set to arrive Sunday to assist the San Juan Regional Medical Center.
Police say the woman was seen on surveillance video pushing away Fiston Ngoy, 35, multiple times before allegedly being sexually assaulted.