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  • Bienvenido Reynoso's Belt Buckle Hit By Bullet In Philadephia Store Shooting (VIDEO)

    April 11, 2013 4:17 PM 137

    PHILADELPHIA — A belt buckle saved a supermarket employee by stopping a stray bullet from a shootout outside a Philadelphia grocery store, police said. Bienvenido Reynoso, 38, said he was about to take a hand truck outside late Wednesday afternoon when shots started flying, so he hit the ground inside the store, WPVI reported. Surveillance video shows

  • Tornado hits near St. Louis as storm wallops Midwest

    April 11, 2013 3:42 PM 123

    The storm system that spawned tornadoes is packing heavy snows as it hits Minnesota. A severe storm system packing high winds and tornadoes ripped through sections of Arkansas and eastern Missouri overnight, including a neighborhood in St. Louis, prompting the governors of two states to activate the National Guard. The storm was part of a dangerous system

  • New details surface in teen's shooting by Border Patrol

    April 11, 2013 3:36 PM 133

    Border Patrol agents were chasing 2 men they believed were fleeing back to Mexico after climbing over the fence with drugs. NOGALES, Sonora — A new witness and new evidence seem to bolster the case that a Mexican teen shot to death by the Border Patrol in October here was walking down the street at the time he was killed — not, as the Border Patrol has maintained

  • L.A. Now Live: Rockefeller impostor convicted of murder

    April 11, 2013 3:30 PM 133

    After more than three weeks of trial proceedings, it took a day for the downtown Los Angeles jury to convict Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter of first-degree murder Wednesday, capping a nearly three-decade-old whodunit and ending the strange odyssey of a man who went from teenage German immigrant to member of the New England social elite to now-convicted

  • Charter Bus Crashes On Texas Highway; Injuries Reported

    April 11, 2013 2:58 PM 129

    IRVING (April 11, 2013)—A charter bus crashed Thursday morning on northbound State Highway 161 in Irving, just east of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. One witness to the crash told WFAA-TV he saw one person trapped beneath the bus. Ambulances and at least one medical helicopter were at the scene Thursday morning. Both the southbound and northbound

  • Cancer researcher charged with stealing secrets for China

    April 11, 2013 2:47 PM 207

    MILWAUKEE - A researcher accused of stealing a possible cancer-fighting compound from the Medical College of Wisconsin has been indicted on two counts. Online court records say 42-year-old Hua Jun Zhao was indicted Tuesday on charges of computer fraud and lying to a federal agent. A previous charge of economic espionage was superseded by the indictment

  • Alfonzo Dennard gets 30 days in jail, won’t miss time with Pats

    April 11, 2013 2:13 PM 192

    Posted by Josh Alper on April 11, 2013, 10:12 AM EDT The bad news for Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard is that he is going to spend 30 days in jail for assaulting a police officer while in college at Nebraska. The good news is that he won’t miss any time on the field with the Patriots. A judge in Lincoln, Nebraska sentenced Dennard to start his jail term on March

  • Poll: 64% back path to citizenship

    April 11, 2013 2:05 PM 162

    Nearly two-thirds of Americans support a pathway to citizenship to illegal immigrants, according to a poll released Thursday, and that number spikes to 76 percent once told what the pathway to citizenship may involve. The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll has 64 percent of Americans supporting a pathway, including 82 percent of Hispanics but only 47 percent

  • WATCH: Chicago store owner fights off gunman with baseball bat

    April 11, 2013 1:31 PM 166

    The brave shop owner was shot in the leg defending his store. Luis Quizhpe: ‘I felt something warm down my leg… I lost about a gallon of blood. God didn't permit me to go yet.’ A Chicago shop owner, fed up with the city's gun violence, stood his ground with nothing but a baseball bat against a barrage of bullets Tuesday afternoon. Luis Quizhpe, 62, successfully

  • George Zimmerman's Mother Pens Letter To Public On Anniversary Of Son's Arrest (DETAILS)

    April 11, 2013 12:53 PM 156

    It's hard to believe it's been a year since the nation rallied together to call for the arrest of George Zimmerman. But today, Zimmerman's mother Gladys reminded us by releasing a letter to the public, criticizing the justice system and the media for perpetuating a false narrative. When Zimmerman was taken into custody on April 11 for fatally shooting