Wyoming bus crash: Three tourists on a bus were injured when their tour bus tipped over in Grand Teton National Park, in Wyoming. In nearby Yellowstone park, Firehole Lake Drive was closed when a road melted due to underground thermal activity.
It can take three years to get a hearing under the current immigration court system. Many expect delays to become worse due to the deluge of tens of thousands of Central American children crossing the US-Mexican border.
Curtis Reeves, a retired Florida police officer charged with second-degree murder in a shooting at a Tampa-area movie theater, was released from jail on bond Friday. Reeves will remain under house arrest.
Tracy Morgan claims in a lawsuit that Wal-Mart was negligent when truck driver Kevin Roper, who had been awake for over 24 hours, crashed a Wal-Mart tractor trailer into Morgan's vehicle, killing comedian James McNair, and injuring Morgan.
Colorado gay marriage ban: A judge ruled Boulder County clerk Hillary Hall can ignore a federal stay on a ruling from the 10th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver that states cannot set gender requirements for marriage.
In Maryland, a tree fell at a summer camp during a strong thunderstorm, killing one child and injuring six others. Four people died when a storm hit Smithfield, N.Y. Some 72,000 homes and businesses were without power in New York.
Memphis Police Department spokeswoman Karen Rudolph said 404 officers have called in sick since June 30, an increase from 308 officers who had called in sick through Sunday. The department has about 2,280 officers.
Six Flags Ninja roller coaster derailment: At Six Flags Magic Mountain in California, in a tree branch dislodged the front car of the Ninja roller coaster, leaving riders stranded about 20 feet in the air for several hours hours.