Aaron Hernandez in Court for 2012 Drive-by ShootingsFormer New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has appeared in court in Boston as a judge met with attorneys to prepare for his upcoming trial in the 2012 shooting deaths of two men.
Trump Chooses Former WWE Exec McMahon for Small BusinessPresident-elect Donald Trump is adding former wrestling executive Linda McMahon to his Cabinet as leader of the Small Business Administration.
Navy Midshipmen Lucy Ford Named Rhodes ScholarWhile the Naval Academy is hoping to achieve its 15th straight win over Army during the 117th Army-Navy game this weekend, one of it's midshipmen has already achieved a huge honor of her own.
Army Navy Rivalry Hits the Web Ahead of Big GameThe midshipmen and cadets are poking fun at each other in a series of web videos. Spirits spots are a tradition at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.
Florida Grocery Store Offers Beer And Wine While You ShopAt Lucky's Market in Jacksonville, customers of age can enjoy an adult beverage as they go about their grocery shopping.
Will Smith's Widow: 'He Didn't Have to Do That to My Baby'The widow of NFL star Will Smith took the stand Tuesday at the murder trial of her husband's killer, disputing the defense claim that Smith was the aggressor and telling the jury, "He didn't have to do that to my baby."
Death Toll Stands at 36 in Oakland Warehouse FireAs crews searched the Oakland warehouse for more bodies, the founder of the arts collective stood near the gutted building Tuesday morning and said he was "incredibly sorry" and that everything he did was to bring people together.
The City Condemns Bell Foundry BuildingThe Artists' Colony and Performance Space had been the subject of numerous complaints over the years and Oakland City officials are facing scrutiny over whether they should have taken action before the blaze. Many believe similar concerns led Baltimore City to condemn a building that housed artists in the Station North neighborhood.
Removal of Statue of Dred Scott Opinion's Author is AppealedA court battle is brewing over the city of Frederick's plan to rid City Hall of a statue of the man who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery.
NFL Play 60 and Ravens Fuel Up Kids to Be HealthyFresh off a big win Sunday, the Ravens were back at M&T Bank Stadium Monday morning. They spent time with middle schoolers, teaching them how to play hard and eat healthy.
Mistrial Declared In Black Motorist's ShootingA judge has declared a mistrial after a jury deadlocked in the murder trial of a white police officer charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black motorist.
Man Convicted In Son's Hot-Car Death Gets Life, No ParoleA judge has sentenced a Georgia man, who jurors believed intentionally left his son in a hot car to die, to life in prison.