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Grand Jury Indicts Man in Deadly Subway Push

Grand Jury Indicts Man in Deadly Subway Push

A grand jury has indicted a 34-year-old man on second-degree murder and manslaughter charges for pushing a stranger in front of a moving New York City subway train, killing him.

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Texas Woman Cleared in Fatal Wreck in GM Car

Texas Woman Cleared in Fatal Wreck in GM Car

A Texas judge cleared a woman Monday for a car accident that killed her fiance in 2004, after General Motors acknowledged that her car would have been among millions being recalled for a problem that may...

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Rescue Dog Gets Oxygen After Surviving Fire

Rescue Dog Gets Oxygen After Surviving Fire

Fire destroyed a 100-year-old house in Irving Monday morning. The couple who lived in the home survived. The homeowners' rescue pets, four dogs and two cats, were inside. One dog didn't make it.

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HHS Secretary Visits Dallas Hospital

HHS Secretary Visits Dallas Hospital

The head of U.S. Health and Human Services has again visited Texas to encourage residents to sign up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

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Phoenix Veterans' Hospital Chief Removed

Phoenix Veterans' Hospital Chief Removed

The head of the Phoenix veterans' hospital embroiled in the Veterans Affairs hospital scandal was formally removed from her post Monday, VA Secretary Robert McDonald told NBC News.

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Garcia Marquez Archive Goes to University of Texas

Garcia Marquez Archive Goes to University of Texas

The archive of celebrated Colombian novelist and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez has been acquired by the University of Texas -- meaning the critic of U.S. foreign policy is having his papers end up in...

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Losing Your Right to Sue: Consumer Reports

Losing Your Right to Sue: Consumer Reports

When you buy a product or service and something goes terribly wrong, you may think, “I can always sue.” But Consumer Reports warns that people often unwittingly give up their right to sue by agreeing in advance...

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One-Time Janitor Now Solving Crimes in Arlington

One-Time Janitor Now Solving Crimes in Arlington

An Arlington Police employee says she has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday. These days, she helps officers solve crimes – but at one point, she was working as a janitor. Now she hopes her story

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APD Employee Works Her Way Up

APD Employee Works Her Way Up

An Arlington police employee has a lot to be thankful for this holiday. Now, Dorothy Ouma processes crime scenes and helps officers solve cases. But when she first came to the city 30 years ago, she worked as a...

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Lost Hummingbird Gets Lift From Minnesota to Texas

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Denton Boy Finds Painkillers in Pinata

Denton Boy Finds Painkillers in Pinata

Denton police want answers after a 5-year-old nearly ate powerful painkillers disguised as Halloween candy.

Injured Heroes, Broken Promises: Wounded Soldiers Allege Mistreatment

Injured Heroes, Broken Promises: Wounded Soldiers Allege Mistreatment

NBC 5 Investigates has learned hundreds of America's active duty soldiers have complained about harassment, verbal abuse and mistreatment at special Army units designed to help the injured heal.

Harassment Alleged in Fort Worth Police Traffic Stop

Harassment Alleged in Fort Worth Police Traffic Stop

A traffic stop over a little-known violation has the driver accusing police of harassment in an internal affairs complaint. And the driver claims police video helps prove his case.

Teens Suspected of Stealing Packages from Porches

Teens Suspected of Stealing Packages from Porches

Three North Texas teens face felony charges of engaging in organized criminal activity after police say they stole dozens of items from front porches in four cities.

DA to Dismiss Ticket in Wreck That Killed Family

DA to Dismiss Ticket in Wreck That Killed Family

A northeast Louisiana prosecutor says he's dismissing the ticket issued to a Texas teenager who apparently fell asleep at the wheel, causing a wreck that killed five members of his family.

George P. Bush Plans Office Reorganization, Job Cuts

George P. Bush Plans Office Reorganization, Job Cuts

Texas Land Commissioner-elect George P. Bush plans to consolidate three of the agency's previous divisions into a new entity in charge of generating energy-related revenue -- a move that will mean staff cuts.