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He said he would pay $9 million for a murder. So five friends plotted to kill a teenager, police say.

After 19-year-old Cynthia Hoffman was found dead, her family says she was likely targeted because her developmental disability made her vulnerable.

Potent pot, vulnerable teens trigger concerns in first states to legalize marijuana

As cannabis concentrates and edibles proliferate, a Colorado doctor says “horrible things are happening to kids.”

Little Free Pantries are like Little Free Libraries — but with food

The idea for the Little Free Pantry is simple: Anyone can build one, anyone can add food and anyone can take food.

Does the Dream and Promise Act give green cards to gang members?

Republicans say so, but the bill specifically excludes immigrants who were in criminal street gangs, as well as felons and those with three or more misdemeanors.

A teenager didn’t come home. An iPhone app led her mother to a ravine.

Macy Smith, 17, spent nearly seven hours pinned underneath her car after it went off the road near Pilot Mountain in North Carolina. Her phone was nowhere to be found and the only thing within her reach was a Bible.

New documentary on Charleston church shooting explores idea of forgiveness

The film explores the untold stories after the 2015 shooting at the historic black church Mother Emanuel AME.

Officers tackled a bystander they said was ‘combative.’ Then videos told a different story.

A passerby criticized police as he walked by. That sent Baltimore Sgt. Ethan Newberg flying to arrest him -- which led to Newberg's own charges of assault and misconduct.

Target stores’ registers are working again after hours-long outage

The retailer said the outage was “an internal technology issue" and was not caused by a data breach or security-related problem.

Attempted deportation of Palestinian man reveals tangled legal odyssey

Abdelhaleem Ashqar was flown to Israel by ICE only to be turned around and brought back to the United States on the order of a federal judge. Now he’s been conditionally released.

Confused or worried about antibiotics? This Harvard infectious disease expert has some answers

In Q&A format, “Antibiotics: What Everyone Needs to Know” is ideal for those seeking a quick reference or in-depth information.

‘Throw this note away!’ How a frantic note led cops to a former principal suspected of killing a teacher

The case appeared to turn on a note police said the suspect left another school employee in a filing cabinet. The note instructed the employee to destroy the suspect's car, and ended with, "Throw this note away!"
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