Officials: Utah man killed 3 because they wouldn't move out

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Salt Lake City man told police he shot three people staying at his house, including a baby, because they wouldn't move out, prosecutors said Thursday.

Alexander Hung Tran, 32, was...

Wedding favors caused evacuation at Denver International Airport security


DENVER - A fun wedding favor was no joke to TSA agents at Denver International Airport.

An agent watching an X-ray monitor spotted wax and fuses inside a checked bag at the airport.

TSA wrote on...

O.J. Simpson contemplated killing self in Kim Kardashian’s bedroom

By: News services

Hours before O.J. Simpson held a gun to his head in a white Bronco, the NFL Hall of Famer contemplated killing himself in the bedroom of his friend's teen daughter — Kim Kardashian.

Simpson recorded a...

Civil rights concerns headline Latino farm, ranch gathering

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Leaders of minority farm and ranching groups took aim at the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Wednesday, saying the agency hasn't done enough to address decades of discrimination and civil...

Emails: Russia-linked hackers tried to access Clinton server

WASHINGTON (AP) — Russia-linked hackers tried at least five times to pry into Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email account while she was secretary of state, emails released Wednesday show. It is unclear if she...

A’s make Justine Siegal first female coach hired by MLB team

By: The Associated Press

OAKLAND, Calif. — Justine Siegal, a female baseball coach who was the first woman to throw batting practice for a Major League Baseball team, will serve as a guest instructor during the Oakland Athletics'...

Wildlife experts warn about getting too close to elk

By: News services

Elk attacks are a situation that can be avoided according to wildlife experts. There have been a couple so far this year along the Front Range.

“If you’re taking pictures and they stop eating, they lift...

40 percent of millennials pay for print, online news

By: The Associated Press

NEW YORK — In a world flush with free information, some young people are still willing to shell out for news they read.

A recent poll shows that 40 percent of U.S. adults ages 18-34 pay for at least some of...