Police photographer Sean Murphy revealed stunning pictures of the surviving Boston bombing suspect after controversial Rolling Stone cover
After 11 surgeries, John Odom was the last Boston bombing victim to return home
One year after the Boston Marathon bombing took the lives of 3 people and injured hundreds of others, a wreath laying ceremony was held in remembrance of those who died. The ceremony was attended by the families of the three bombing victims as well as relatives of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer killed in the blasts' aftermath.
Former Special Agent Rick DesLauriers, head of the Boston FBI office which ran the investigation of Tamerlan Tsarnaev two years before the Boston Marathon bombings, says he sleeps well at night, knowing that the FBI did a "very, very thorough job" following up on the Russian lead.
Former FBI Executive Assistant Director, Stephanie Douglas, says Tamerlan Tsarnaev was cooperative when the FBI investigated him two years before the bombing, and the FBI agents involved "did a great job" in her review of the case.
Starting to save for retirement when you're young can lead to big payoffs
Frazier Glenn Cross, the suspected gunmen in the shootings at two Kansas City-area
Jewish facilities, had ties to the White Patriot Party and was
once a candidate for the U.S. Senate. Bryan Mims reports.
As wildfire season quickly approaches and with much of the West crippled by drought, Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., is calling on the Pentagon to use military planes as air tankers. John Blackstone reports.
Walking across the country is something Donna Stokes has wanted to do since she was a teenager, but she says life always got in the way. Now, at 52, she's on her way to check that off her list. KVAL's Chris Liedle reports.
It wasn't an easy winter for marathon training, but the cause gave runners a new focus
National fraternity closes University of Mississippi chapter after members were accused of tying noose around neck of statue of school's 1st black student
Police say suspect lives near intersection of several highways; 3 motorists wounded in at least a dozen incidents
8-year-old fan who died of cancer inspired Michigan State basketball team, forged special bond with Adreian Payne
Fifty years after Ford trotted out the first Mustang, the iconic American sports car still feels young
Oceanography team dives to the floor of the Gulf of Mexico in a submarine to survey effects of oil spill
School district says wrong pamphlet was sent home with fifth-graders telling them not to "tattle" on bullies
Big cat featured in National Geographic photo essay found mange-ridden and ailing after eating rat poison
President of university north of Seattle faces backlash over controversial questionnaire given to students
Adam Michael Capriglione, 29, faces 19 felony charges including forcible rape, forcible sodomy, felonious restraint and domestic assault of five women over an 8 year period
Criminal who perpetrated scam explains how he did it, shares how often people would be duped by his tactics and how you can guard against it
The lethal injection of Jose Villegas, 39, was carried out after his attorneys unsuccessfully argued that he was mentally impaired
Calls hoax's timing "unfathomable"; says son has mental issues; reveals twist involving her family and the race
Officials say he was caught on video in the act; it's 2nd such incident in less than 3 years in Portland, Ore.