{FD} Sheriff: Marine arrested in California double homicide

A Marine has been arrested on suspicion of killing a woman and her adult daughter near a Southern California desert base.

{FD} Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to US

A recall of the emergency anti-allergy medicine EpiPen is expanding to the U.S. and other markets in North America, Europe, Asia and South America because the allergy shots may not work.

{FD} Tucson police: Remains of missing 6-year-old found

Police have found the remains of a six-year-old girl who went missing from her bedroom in Tucson nearly five years ago.

{FD} The Latest: Family speaks after remains of girl found

The Latest on the case of a Tucson girl who went missing nearly five years ago (all times local): 4:40 p.m.

{FD} 3 commit suicide in San Diego County in 2 hours

Three people have committed suicide and fourth jumped from a freeway bridge but survived during a single two-hour period in San Diego County.

{FD} US seeks speedy appeal hearing in Hawaii travel ban case

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a motion asking the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to expedite its appeal in the travel ban case in Hawaii.

{FD} Ohio man indicted in slaying of Ohio college student

A registered sex offender has been indicted on charges in the slaying and alleged rape of an Ohio State University student.

{FD} Kansas man admits to killing 7-year-old found near pigs

A Kansas man has pleaded guilty in the killing of his 7-year-old son whose remains were found near the family’s pigs.

{FD} Guatemala ex-dictator Rios Montt to stand 2nd genocide trial

Guatemala will hold a second trial for former dictator Efrain Rios Montt on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.

{FD} Prosecutors file lesser charge in baby’s fatal beating

Prosecutors have filed a lesser charge against a Florida woman previously facing up to 30 years in prison for the death of her infant daughter, who authorities say was beaten to death by her 6-year-old brother.

{FD} Juneau resident catches avalanche, waterfalls on phone

Carole Triem heard an unusual sound when she left an indoor swimming pool in downtown Juneau after her Friday morning workout.

{FD} Paraguay Senate majority approves presidential re-election

A majority in Paraguay’s Senate has approved a constitutional amendment allowing the re-election of a president to a second term, a move that was termed illegal by opposition members and opposed by the Senate president.

{FD} Texas church bus crash: Driver admitted texting while driving, witness says

A witness to a deadly Texas wreck involving a church minibus says the driver of a pickup truck that crossed the center line repeatedly apologized and acknowledged he had been texting while driving.

{FD} Ex-Detroit school official gets 1½ years in prison for fraud

A woman who retired from the Detroit school district after nearly 40 years has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for a scheme to reap nearly $1.3 million for tutoring services that weren’t provided.

{FD} 10 women file suit claiming abuse at Hawaii women’s prison

Ten women allege in a federal lawsuit that guards and a worker at a Hawaii prison sexually assaulted them while they were incarcerated.

{FD} Imprisoned Pakistani Christians offered release if they convert to Islam

Pakistani Christians imprisoned on terrorism charges for the lynching of two men after the 2015 church bombings in Lahore were allegedly told that if they renounced their faith and embraced Islam, their acquittal would be guaranteed.

{FD} Perfect pick: North Carolina seventh-grader nails Final Four

Although many college basketball fans ripped up their NCAA Tournament brackets days ago, a North Carolina middle school student may consider having hers framed.

{FD} Harriet Tubman photo bought by Smithsonian, national library

An album containing a rare photograph of abolitionist and Underground Railroad hero Harriet Tubman has been acquired by the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian’s new African-American history museum.

{FD} ‘Racists Anonymous’ program launched at Oklahoma church

A small church in Oklahoma has launched a “Racism & Racists Anonymous” program meant to help foster dialogue and racial reconciliation.