Fuentes, who settled in the United States illegally as a child, is a Denver elementary school teacher under a pilot program.
A man and his grandmother were killed in a Pennsylvania house fire after he ran back into the residence to try to save her.
Police say dozens of people clashed in a chair-flinging, glass-shattering melee at a New York City racetrack casino.
A Kansas truck driver was killed and one person was injured when the trucker’s 18-wheeler exploded after colliding with another semi.
Kentucky was swamped by wave after wave of heavy rain, unleashing flash flooding that killed a woman swept into a creek.
“We smelled something, then we found it … some marijuana in the house,” said Battalion 4 Chief Randy Gibson. “Lots of marijuana.”
An Oregon man is caught on camera trashing a bar after he was asked to leave.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says three people were killed when two pickup trucks collided at an intersection south of Stillwater.
Former longtime Cuban president Fidel Castro has appeared in public for the first time in more than a year, official media reported.
The total eclipse of the moon lasted only a short time, but it still dazzled.
Would a final deal settle global fears about Iran’s intentions? Almost surely, no.
Food boxes strewn across the floor. An espresso machine buzzing constantly in the background. Physicists catnapping, their heads on tables.
Once banned because it is a close cousin to marijuana, hemp is coming back in Colorado and now has its own convention.
A series of earthquakes near the northern Oklahoma border were felt across the southern regions of Kansas on Friday and Saturday.
Hitting 60-plus battlefields in four years during the Civil War’s 150th anniversary takes as much passion and commitment as getting married …