Monday, November 24, 2014 09:53

Baby girl accidentally shot in New York City home
NEW YORK (AP) — Police have arrested the parents of a 9-month-old girl who was hospitalized after she was accidentally shot inside her home in New York City.
Anxieties mount as Ferguson waits on grand jury
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Despite preparations for a weekend decision in the Ferguson shooting case, the grand jurors apparently need more time to deliberate, and the uncertainty just seemed to feed the anxiety and speculation Sunday in a city already on edge.
2 hospitalized after Chicago building collapse
CHICAGO (AP) — Two women and a dog have been rescued after a building collapsed on Chicago's South Side, and authorities are conducting a search of the rubble even though they don't believe anyone else was inside.
Crews rescue two women in Chicago apartment collapse
(Reuters) - Search-and-rescue crews pulled two women and a dog from the rubble of a collapsed Chicago apartment building on Sunday night and were searching for more victims, fire officials said. The women, one in her 70s and another believed to be a young adult, were taken to hospital while about 100 fire personnel searched for others, Deputy District Chief Jeff Lyle of the Chicago Fire Department said...
San Jose police arrest man after airport chase
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Police have arrested a man they say breached security and commandeered an airport work truck at the San Jose airport.
Mumia Abu-Jamal curriculum reinstated in California school district
A school district in California is reinstating a controversial curriculum - an optional lesson on convicted police killer Mumia Abu-Jamal. Abu-Jamal is currently serving a life sentence for the 1981 murder of a Philadelphia police officer.
10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1 killed, 2 injured in Bear, Delaware crash
One person is dead and two others are in critical condition after a collision in Bear, Delaware.
Hundred attend memorial for Indiana aid worker
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana aid worker behead by Islamic State militants in Syria was praised for his humanitarian work Sunday during a memorial service attended by hundreds that included readings from the Bible and the Quran.
Police fall victim to swatting hoax in Wallingford
Police in Wallingford, Delaware County became the victims of a frightening hoax known as swatting.
Hawaii airline tells pilots to return $4,000 bonus
Pilots from Island Air were probably pretty happy when they got a $4,000 Christmas bonus - that is, until the airline wanted the money back
Woman found naked, dead outside warehouse in South Philadelphia
Authorities say a woman was found dead, naked and with a trash bag around her head on the side of a warehouse near a busy area of South Philadelphia.
Home invasion arrest, man caught with stolen TV
Police arrested a suspect for a home invasion in the Frankford section of Philadelphia after they caught the man with a stolen TV.
Former DC Mayor Marion Barry dies at 78
WASHINGTON (AP) — A controversial and tireless advocate for the nation's capital who created jobs for generations of black families, Marion Barry was the ultimate District of Columbia politician, though his arrest for drug use in the midst of a crack cocaine epidemic often overshadows his accomplishments.
Man who ambushed cops had anti-government beliefs
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A man who set his house on fire and ambushed responding police officers held "anti-government, anti-establishment" views and had previously threatened law enforcement, authorities said Sunday.
Vatican prosecutor didn't report abusive priest
BOSTON (AP) — An American priest named by Pope Francis as the Vatican's sex crimes prosecutor in September was among church officials who failed to report an abusive priest to law enforcement before the now-jailed and defrocked man committed other acts of sexual abuse, according to legal documents reviewed by The Boston Globe.
Obama defends moves on immigration
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — President Barack Obama is shrugging off Republican criticism of his actions to lift the threat of deportation from millions of immigrants living illegally in the United States.
Florida gunman aimed to kill as many officers as he could, police say
By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Reuters) - A Florida gunman who gunned down a sheriff's deputy and wounded another this weekend before being killed in a wild exchange of fire with police wanted to take down as many law-enforcement officers as possible, authorities said on Sunday.    The gunman, Wade Holley, 53, apparently set fire to his home deliberately on Saturday morning to lure police and firefighters to his quiet residential neighborhood in the state capital of Tallahassee...
Anxious Ferguson waits for grand jury's decision
By Daniel Wallis and Ellen Wulfhorst FERGUSON, Mo. (Reuters) - After a fourth straight night of low-level protests in Ferguson, Missouri, anxious residents still did not know on Sunday when a grand jury would return a decision on whether to charge a white policeman who shot an unarmed black teen to death this summer. It appeared that the St. Louis suburb, which has become a flashpoint for U.S. race relations since Officer Darren Wilson killed 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug...
Flooding could follow heavy snow in western New York
By Mark Blinch BUFFALO (Reuters) - Emergency workers filled thousands of sandbags on Sunday as the area around Buffalo, New York braced for potential flooding as warming temperatures began to melt up to seven feet (2 meters) of snow. Creeks appeared to be flowing smoothly and no flooding had been reported as the sun began to go down, county officials said. More than 775 members of the New York National Guard were in Erie County and Buffalo to help with flood prevention after days of work to clear roads and dig homes and cars out of the record snow from a storm that killed 13 people...