More than two dozen people were recovered from a big rig that was stopped near San Antonio, including one person who was taken to a hospital, a police official in Texas said.
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A federal judge in Washington on Wednesday declared that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's moratorium on eviction -- a key element of the federal government's efforts to aid those hit hardest by the Covid pandemic and its economic effects -- must be set aside.
A South Carolina man who was forced to work over 100 hours every week for years without pay and subjected to verbal and physical abuse was supposed to receive close to $273,000 in restitution after his former manager pleaded guilty.
After 30 years searching for his biological family, Martin Hauser, 59, finally got to meet his birth mother just a day after meeting his brother for the first time. It's been a week since the emotional moment and the family is starting to mend old wounds.
Britney Spears will address the court at an upcoming conservatorship hearing.
With their rent profits being delayed each time the CDC extends its eviction moratorium; the Legal Aid Society tells News4 Investigates it is repeatedly being told of cases where landlords are using illegal tactics to get financially strapped renters out.
An African American woman who says her wrists and ankles were shackled by police for hours while she was in active labor at a hospital has settled with the city of New York and its police department.
This adorable 2-year-old Chihuahua is up for adoption, but his foster family is describing him as a "Chucky doll in a dog's body."
The woman arrested on suspicion of killing her three young children at her Los Angeles apartment had been involved in a custody dispute with their father, according to a newspaper report Sunday.