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Deputies: Man attacks woman with medieval mace

A woman is recovering in the hospital after she was brutally attacked with what appeared to be a medieval mace on Garfield Avenue near Auburn Boulevard.

Alaska discovery may solve mystery of missing family

The disappearance of a young woman, her two children and her boyfriend confounded police last year. Now, remains found in southern Alaska could show their tragic fate.

Teen survives after wrecked car ends up teetering on bridge above river

The ultimate balancing act. A New Hampshire teen avoided a deep plunge into a river after a wreck, narrowly escaping from his car as it teetered perilously on the guardrail of a bridge, authorities say.

Rev. Bob Jones III apologizes for saying gays should be stoned

Three and a half decades after calling for homosexuals to be stoned, former Bob Jones University President Bob Jones III has apologized.

8 officers hurt, 1 suspect dead in AZ Walmart assault

Cottonwood, AZ (KPHO) -- A suspect who shot and wounded a Cottonwood police officer was shot and killed in a gun battle late Saturday night that left seven officers hurt and a second suspect wounded. A woman who works at a Walmart was allegedly a

367 House lawmakers warn Obama on Iran

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A veto-proof, bipartisan majority of House lawmakers have signed an open letter to President Barack Obama warning him that any nuclear deal with Iran will effectively require congressional approval for implementation. A gro

Ted Cruz to announce 2016 presidential bid on Monday

Ted Cruz is first out the gate.

Should you let your kids play football?

When Oakland Raiders NFL running back Maurice Jones-Drew retired recently at just 29 years old, he said his life had been focused on football for 24 years and he needed a change. It's no wonder he wanted out.

Student forced to perform controversial hazing act

A school district is under fire for an act a student was forced to perform in a locker room. A controversial picture was texted to CBS46, showing what we were told was a soccer player eating a pickle off another player's bottom.

Congress gives Obama room on Iran

Congress is giving President Barack Obama some breathing room on nuclear talks with Iran, while Obama is appealing directly to Iranians to support a deal facing a deadline at the end of the month.