Rumors started circulating around the fire station in Byron, Georgia, within a year after the medical treatments began. The fire chief’s once-crewcut hair was growing longer, and other physical changes were becoming noticeable. Keeping quiet was no longer an option.
The family of a British teen killed in a crash involving a spouse of a U.S. diplomat, who has since left the United Kingdom, believes she should return to that country to face justice.
A common therapy for joint pain may not be as safe as experts believed, according to a new report published Tuesday.
Three women in North Carolina are accused of running a fight club among elderly people with dementia at an assisted living facility, police and state health officials say.
Four inmates who repeatedly escaped from a federal prison in Texas so they could return with whiskey and cellphones were back in custody after they were finally caught in the act, authorities said.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Friends said Tuesday that lawyer Rachelle Bergeron planned to soon return to the U.S. after a challenging stint prosecuting criminals on the Pacific nation of Micronesia, but she was shot and killed as she returned home from a run with her dog.
The Turkish military incursion into northeast Syria is compounding an already dire humanitarian situation and forcing tens of thousands of people from their homes, according to human rights monitors.
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area Monday night, and while some damage is possible, injuries are unlikely, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
A man who confessed to having a dead body in his car when he arrived to a Northern California police station Monday then led officers to his apartment, where three more bodies were discovered, authorities said.
LOS ANGELES — Power lines are suspected to have been involved in a major wildfire that led to evacuation orders for 100,000 homes and was blamed for two deaths in Los Angeles County last week, authorities said Monday.