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GRAPHIC VIDEO: 3 boys beat 1 on school bus

A Florida school bus driver won't face any charges after a brutal attack on a student on his bus. But, the driver is still trying to explain why he didn't intervene in the fight at the time.

VIDEO: Cops shoot armed teen after he refuses to drop his weapon, fired more shots

A New York City teenager is dead after being shot by police over the weekend. Officers say the 14-year-old was chasing and shooting at another male when they shot the teen.

VIDEO: Police officer slaps child after he bites him

Emotions ran high as a police officer enforced a court order in a child custody dispute in Oregon. Video of the incident shows the officer appearing to smack the boy after he says the boy bit him.

VIDEO: 2 young boys dead after being strangled by snake at sleepover

Two young boys sleeping over at a friend's place Monday night were dead by Tuesday morning. Officials in New Brunswick, Canada, say a 13-foot snake killed the boys while they slept.

NFL, players union looking into stricter punishment for players convicted of drunken-driving offenses

According to national media sources, the National Football League and the players association are in talks to enforce stricter penalties for drunk-driving offenses.

Cancer-stricken baby dies days after serving as parents' best man

Logan Stevenson's role as best man at his parents' wedding Saturday came just in time.

NFL stadiums to enhance public safety, improve stadium access for fans

To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into stadiums, NFL teams will implement an NFL policy this year that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into stadiums.

Remembering Hiroshima, 68 years after the atomic bombing

About 50,000 people from Japan and abroad came to Hiroshima to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the atomic bombings.

Nichols pleased with Legislature's passage of transportation funding bill

On August 5, 2013, the Texas Legislature passed the SJR 1, the bill that will create a constitutional amendment to dedicate up to 50 percent of all oil and gas severance taxes currently transferred to the Economic Stabilization Fund to the stat

REPORT: More allegations come out against Heisman winner, Manziel

As if Heisman Trophy winner, Johnny Manziel, needed anymore bad publicity this summer, another autograph broker has come out Monday morning saying Manziel was paid for signing autographs.