Rescuers in West Virginia are rushing to save stranded residents from rising flood waters.
A Baltimore circuit judge's absolution of Caesar Goodson is seen as a major blow to those hoping for criminal justice reform.
The state's Supreme Court rejected a challenge from a group of death row inmates, who argued that the state's practice of not revealing information about execution drugs could lead to cruel and unusual punishment.
Police can charge drivers who refuse a breathalyzer with a crime, but must have a search warrant to perform a blood alcohol test, the court decided Thursday.
City leaders in Columbus, Ohio, are hoping high-tech transportation can help address the city's social issues.
The federal report on the June 3 oil train derailment in Oregon blamed Union Pacific and suggested updates are needed for safety. The railroad system's size and complexity are still resisting full updates.
Donald Trump is under fire for suggesting the judge presiding over a lawsuit against Trump University is biased, but the court record suggests these tactics against judges are a carryover from the Republican presumptive nominee's business days.
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted against another bear hunt Wednesday, as experts suggest bear-proof garbage cans as a more humane solution.
A Baltimore judge is set to announce a verdict for the third of six trials for police officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray. The city is anxious for proof that justice and change are possible.