A roundup of news from across the nation.
On the surface, it appeared to be typical correspondence about a potential star athlete. But the student’s athletic profile and performance record were fake.
Dubbed "Yelp for conservatives," a new app will identify restaurants and businesses, its founder says.
Jake Patterson is accused of kidnapping the 13-year-old after allegedly killing her parents in their rural Wisconsin home.
It was Oregon's first case of tetanus in a child in more than three decades, a CDC report said.
Cook changed his Twitter name as a coy nod to Trump's flub.
Progressive commentator Cenk Uygur challenged Trump to release his school records and SAT scores, which the president has long sought to keep private.
“Jay, it’s the White House. The president’s going to talk to you,” Bridgette Hoskie told her brother as she handed over the phone.
Jacquelyn Smith was slain on Dec. 1 in a case that shook even Oprah Winfrey.
Comedian Chris Rock recorded parts of West's speech that didn't air and posted them to Instagram after the show.