A Washington man was arrested for trying to sell a painting he allegedly stole to an antique shop where the theft victim had originally bought it, police said.
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U.S. weather patterns have indicated a more promising growing season in the Midwest and Northeast this year than in 2012, AccuWeather meteorologists said.
A series of storms on the West Coast caused power outages and travel delays and advisories were posted for high surf and rip currents, officials said Friday.
A tornado hit Norman, Okla., Friday afternoon, inflicting minor injuries on at least 10 people and causing property damage, officials and witnesses said.
Police in Kentucky said they are investigating whether a bank robbery involving a man in women's clothing is connected to other cross-dressing crimes.
An 82-year-old man in Berea, Ky., allegedly traded OxyContin to two young women in return for sexual favors, police say.
Up to 2 million Floridians were without electricity Tuesday after blackouts rolled across portions of the state following a shutdown of two nuclear reactors.
More light to moderate Santa Ana winds are forecast for wildfire-swept southern California along with a dry air mass, meteorologists reported Friday.
Saxophonist Otto "Toby" Hardwicke was born this day in 1904 in Washington, D.C. He was Duke Ellington's alto sax mainstay for about 14 years beginning in 1932.
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