Here’s a look at what happened this Sunday, as people gathered to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 violence known as “Bloody Sunday”:
New York Jets running back Chris Johnson and another passenger were shot in their shoulders while stopped at a traffic light in Orlando.
After first trying to legislate the camp away with the three possessions rule, the city now will try to entice the campers to move.
Police dispatch confirmed that two people were seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in Reno County.
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez peers into a monitor as it displays evidence in his murder trial.
The former home of first lady Betty Ford has been destroyed in an early morning fire in Ohio.
Boko Haram’s bid to forge an alliance with the Islamic State group in sub-Saharan Africa will provide only a propaganda boost for now.
The troop has sold 1,200 boxes so far and hopes the drive-thru will help Scouts reach their goal of 5,000 boxes sold.
A baby survived a car crash in a frigid Utah river after being strapped in a car seat upside-down for about 14 hours.
Puppies left for dead in South Dakota trash bin, then raised by prisoners, find new homes.
A series of earthquakes has shaken parts of central and northern Oklahoma.
An Idaho fugitive was caught Saturday after he made a post on Facebook inviting friends to join him at batting practice in Boise.
One more history lesson for President Barack Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha.
Selma paid tribute Sunday to the late President Lyndon Johnson for the 1965 Voting Rights Act, recalling the clashes between police and marc…
Wichita State lost to Illinois State Saturday in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.