|Police: Indiana suspect hints at more killings
Police investigating the slayings of seven women whose bodies were found over the weekend in Indiana say the suspect has told them that he may have killed people going back 20 years.
|Hawaii rides out storm, avoiding serious damage
A Pacific storm packing hurricane-force winds brushed Hawaii over the weekend with heavy rain, high surf and strong winds, but the islands rode out the storm with no reports of any serious problems.
|City to address mayhem near pumpkin fest
Officials in Keene have scheduled a news conference following violent parties near the New Hampshire city's annual pumpkin festival that led to destruction, dozens of arrests and multiple injuries over the weekend.
|Michelle Knight says she now forgives kidnapper
One of the three women held captive in a Cleveland home for about a decade says she has been able to forgive her kidnapper and find peace in her life.
|Health care worker being monitored for Ebola leaves cruise ship in Galveston, Texas
Carnival Cruise Lines says a Dallas health care worker who was being monitored for signs of Ebola has disembarked the Carnival Magic with her husband after the ship returned to port in Galveston, Texas, early this morning and headed home.
|Suspect in Snohomish County shooting spree in jail
A 43-year-old Granite Falls man accused of shooting at police stations and other targets in three Snohomish County towns last week is now in jail.
|Friends, family of Ebola patient reach milestone
Louise Troh has spent three weeks confined to a home while battling loneliness and fear that she too contracted Ebola, the disease that killed her boyfriend, Thomas Eric Duncan.
|For Tim Scott, incumbency is best campaign tool
Tim Scott has had virtually no opposition as he marches toward winning the remaining two years in the term of former Sen. Jim DeMint.
|Coroner: 6 fire victims died of smoke inhalation
Authorities say four children and two adults killed in a western Pennsylvania house fire died of acute smoke and fume inhalation.
|Coast Guard picks up blood sample from cruise ship
The Coast Guard says it has retrieved a blood sample from a Dallas health care worker who is aboard a cruise ship and being monitored for signs of Ebola.