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Serving Those Who Serve: Mental Health Has Become A National Police Priority

Annually, the month of May is designated as Mental Health Month. But the second week in May also happens to be National Police Week.

Commuter Helicopter Crashes into the Hudson River in NYC

A commuter helicopter crashed into New York City’s Hudson River Wednesday afternoon after the pilot tried and failed to land on a helipad.

Dragging levee repairs leave riverside communities stressed

The dragging levee repairs along the Missouri River make it hard for people to decide when or if to rebuild their homes and businesses.

Negotiators say they're close to deal on disaster bill as McConnell sets vote for next week

Bipartisan congressional negotiators said Tuesday that they are nearing a deal on a broad disaster aid bill for multiple U.S. states and Puerto Rico.

FEMA gradually closing trailer city for 2017 wildfire survivors in Sonoma County

FEMA is gradually closing a makeshift neighborhood of trailers in Sonoma County, housing fire survivors who lost their homes in the 2017 firestorm.

Dog-to-Human Disease Canine Brucellosis Confirmed in Iowa

Iowa state veterinarian Dr. Jeff Kaisand reported several occurrences of canine brucellosis stemming from a small-dog breeding facility in Marion County.

Hardships from Hawaii volcano stretch on 1 year later

A year after a volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, people who lost their homes and farms in the disaster are still struggling to return to their lifestyle.

Quiet or chaos? Teachers given choices if shooter gets close

At a growing number of schools around the country, they also reflect guidance to students to do what they can to disrupt shootings by an active shooter.

Hearing in Colorado school shooting put off until next week

Prosecutors investigating two students suspected of shooting nine classmates in a Denver school have until next week to decide what charges to pursue.

Beverly Hills poised to end most tobacco sales

The smoke hasn't cleared yet, but Beverly Hills is poised to become the first U.S. city to end most tobacco sales.