Mystery ailment leads US to evacuate more from China

The State Department said Wednesday that the United States has evacuated several more of its workers out of China after medical testing revealed they might have been affected by unexplained health incidents that have hurt U.S. personnel in Cuba and China

10 Things to Know for Thursday

All the headlines for around the state and nation for Thursday, June 7, 2018.

Texas jury returns death sentence in border agent’s death

A South Texas jury has sentenced a 34-year-old Mexican national to death for the fatal 2014 shooting of an off-duty Border Patrol agent.

Immigration agents arrest 114 at Ohio landscaper

More than 100 workers at an Ohio gardening and landscaping company were arrested Tuesday in Ohio.

USDA Announces Pilot Program to Increase Homeownership Opportunities on Native Lands

Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is launching a pilot program to...

10 Things to Know for Monday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

Remaining wreckage of Flight 93 to be buried at memorial

The remaining wreckage of United Flight 93 will be returned this year to the Pennsylvania memorial marking where it crashed in the 9/11 terrorist...

U.S. Marshals, FBI Urge Public to Report Phone Scams

he U.S. Marshals and the FBI are alerting the public of several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers, or other law enforcement officials.

Records: DNA from tissue led to Golden State Killer arrest

DNA from a tissue left in a trash can led authorities in April to arrest a former police officer suspected of being California’s notorious, elusive Golden State Killer, according to warrants released Friday.

Mormons grapple with race decades after ban on black leaders

The Mormon church on Friday celebrated the 40th anniversary of reversing its ban on black people serving in the lay priesthood, going on missions or getting married in temples, rekindling debate about one of the faith’s most sensitive topics.