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Crime Victims' Rights Week to honor those impacted by violence

Local law enforcement and community leaders will spend the next week acknowledging those impacted by violence. National Crime Victims' Rights Week began Sunday and runs through Saturday.

Boston bombing suspect communicating, source says

The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings will not be designated an enemy combatant, but will instead face criminal charges in civilian court, White House spokesman Jay Carney said Monday.

Three seperate crashes in one day involving motorcycles result in serious injuries

On Sunday, April 21, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop A investigated three crashes involving motorcycles that resulted in multiple serious injuries.

New TV show plays tricks on your brain

Get your brain ready for a game show that requires no knowledge of trivia or prices -- just curiosity.

Solar jobs outnumber ranchers in Texas, actors in California

There are more solar energy workers in Texas than there are ranchers. In California, they outnumber actors, and nationwide, America has more solar workers than coal miners.

Poll: Americans not revved up over increased gas taxes

Two-thirds of Americans would oppose a law in their state that would increase the gas tax to help pay for road and bridge repairs, according to a new national poll.

One week later: Boston honors bombing victims; suspect unable to speak

At 2:50 p.m. Monday, bells across Boston will chime to mark a tragedy that unhinged the city.

Official: Boston bombing suspects 'were going to attack' others

Federal prosecutors were reviewing evidence Sunday against the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings to determine charges, authorities said, even as word emerged that the 19-year-old and his brother were allegedly preparing to carry

Political rhetoric finds its way into post-bombing debate

Few answers have emerged to the myriad questions about the Boston Marathon bombing and its aftermath, but that didn't stop political leaders from clashing about what happened and why it did on Sunday talks shows.

State legislators use football to raise big money for veterans

Democrats and Republicans in the state legislature disagree on many issues. Supporting veterans is not one of them. Almost 40 legislators traded their blue and red for purple and white Sunday in the Truce for Troops Bowl.