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Hundreds of people poured Wednesday into the Northern California communities ravaged by the deadly Camp Fire, searching for human remains while authorities tried to track down 130 people who are unaccounted for after the blaze.

The most destructive wildfires in California's history have killed at least 31 people and forced tens of thousands more to evacuate as firefighters struggle to gain control amid swirling winds.

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The second annual Dia de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead)was celebrated under a beautiful clear sky on Saturday at Marion’s North Block. Día de los muertos is translated literally as “day of the dead,” but it is really a time to celebrate life by remembering and honoring those we have lost. …

PITTSBURGH -- This city of three rivers struggled with a confluence of grief, anger and frustration Tuesday as mourners began burying their dead from Saturday's synagogue massacre and protesters decried a presidential visit that they denounced as untimely and unwelcome.

James "Whitey" Bulger, the Boston mob boss who corrupted FBI agents, tortured and killed his associates, and spent 16 years on the run, has died while serving a double life sentence in a federal prison. He was 89.

LOS ANGELES - The 2018 Boston Red Sox opened their spring training camp on Valentine's Day, notched the season's first win on Good Friday, and by Mother's Day were playing at a .700 clip. By Independence Day, when they shut out the Washington Nationals, they had a first-place lead they would not again relinquish, and by Labor Day they were 51 games above .500. On the final day of the regular season, they notched their 108th win, and on Columbus Day they crushed the New York Yankees by 15 runs in the playoffs' opening round.

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On Monday, three local fire agencies – P.G., Glenwood and Hankins-North Fork Fire Departments – received federal grants, as presented by U.S. Representative Mark Meadows. According to officials with each department, the funds received will be put towards replacing self-contained breathing ap…

Next to the pro-Trump stickers plastered all over the white van that authorities believe belongs to Cesar Sayoc are the names and photos of dozens of prominent Democrats and media figures - former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, former first lady Michelle Obama, former attorneys general Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, filmmaker Michael Moore, "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd.

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Be sure to tune in this week to catch Nebo resident Robbie Waddle as a contestant on “The Price is Right,” airing Thursday at 11 a.m. on CBS. Did he win? Representatives of the show said we’ll all just have to tune in to find out. For more information or to watch the latest episodes and clip…

A woman flying from Houston to Albuquerque on Sunday had just settled into her seat and fallen asleep when she was awoken by an unwanted touch - a hand from behind her grabbing the right side of her breast. And the man authorities say is responsible allegedly cited President Donald Trump's past lewd language about women.

Hurricane Michael is no more. The violent storm that ripped through the Southeast, leaving a trail of death and destruction from Florida to Virginia, finally moved off the coast over the Atlantic Ocean overnight. It is now known as Post-Tropical Cyclone Michael.

Hurricane Michael roared ashore on Wednesday afternoon, making landfall after intensifying into a powerful Category 4 storm and then battering the region for hours.

WASHINGTON - U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley is resigning at the end of the year, President Donald Trump announced Tuesday as Haley sat by his side in the Oval Office.

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With another hurricane on the horizon, weather agencies are predicting the potential impacts as Tropical Storm (now Hurricane) Michael prepares to land in Florida and the Carolinas.

WASHINGTON - Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh as the 114th Supreme Court justice on Saturday by one of the narrowest margins in history amid mass protests, ending a vitriolic battle over his nomination and solidifying a conservative majority on the court.

WASHINGTON - The Senate voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court's 114th justice on Saturday by one of the narrowest margins in the institution's history, as police stood guard and protesters' shouts of "shame, shame" echoed through the Senate chamber.

WASHINGTON - Senate Republican leaders agreed Friday to reopen the FBI background investigation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh after two key Republicans suggested they would not vote to confirm him to the Supreme Court without additional information on his alleged sexual misconduct while he was a teenager.

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A major law enforcement operation targeting drug trafficking in and around Indian Country has resulted in the arrest of more than 75 individuals on federal, state and tribal charges, announced Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke and Andrew Murray, U.S. Attorney for Western N.C.

NORRISTOWN, Pa. - Bill Cosby, a once-beloved father figure and moralizing African-American cultural icon, was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in state prison Tuesday in a sex-assault case that was capped by the first celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.

WASHINGTON - The Senate on Tuesday passed a short-term spending bill that would keep the government running through Dec. 7, aiming to put off a fight over funding for President Donald Trump's border wall until after the midterm elections.

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As McDowell recovers from Hurricane Florence’s impact, emergency agencies confirm at least five homes damaged locally and multiple storm-related calls in its wake.

WASHINGTON - The U.S. economy added jobs for the 95th straight month in August, a record-setting streak. The nation added a robust 201,000 jobs in August, the Labor Department reported Friday, and the national unemployment rate remained at 3.9 percent, one of the lowest levels in half a century.

President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty Tuesday in a Manhattan courthouse to eight violations of banking, tax and campaign finance laws in a federal investigation that scrutinized his business dealings and efforts to silence women with negative stories about Trump.