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Georgia's Debbie Collier case: Timeline of events in burned office manager's slaying

Debbie Collier, a Georgia real estate office manager, went missing on Sept. 10 and was discovered dead under suspicious circumstances the following day.

Bodycam footage shows New York State Police rescue teen from burning car: 'Prevented a tragedy'

New York State Police released footage of the moment two troopers rescued an unresponsive 17-year-old driver from a vehicle engulfed in flames in the town of Wappinger.

Washington, DC police officers under investigation after confiscating guns without making arrests

Seven D.C. police officers and supervisors are being probed after allegedly confiscating firearms without making arrests. They have been placed on non-contact status.

Michigan man charged in connection to shooting of elderly pro-life volunteer

A Michigan homeowner was charged Friday after shooting and injuring an 84-year-old pro-life woman who was canvassing door-to-door against a ballot measure.

Stockton police seeking person of interest in 5 recent homicides, reward offered

Police in Stockton, California are investigating five recent homicides believed to be related. An $85,000 reward is available for information leading to an arrest in the investigation.

Hurricane Ian: NICU patients transferred from Fort Myers to south Florida hospitals

Memorial Healthcare System in South Florida is expecting the transfer of NICU patients from Lee Health in Fort Myers after the hospital was significantly damaged by Hurricane Ian.

Border town sheriff advocates for 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy to rein in migrant surge

Maverick County, Texas, Sheriff Tom Schmerber said he prefers a zero-tolerance migration policy that enforces deportations on immigrants who crossed illegally.

Tulsa, Oklahoma: Shooting at McLain High School homecoming football game leaves at least 1 dead, 1 injured

Tulsa police say a shooting at a high school football game in Tulsa, Oklahoma left at least one person dead and another injured. Authorities are still searching for a suspect.