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Authorities think Jacqueline Crayton, then 71, suffered a non-life-threatening fall in 2016 and died a few days later.

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Southern California Gas Company confirmed that one of its employees died in the blast at the Murrieta home.

Founder of neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer should pay $14 million to victim of 'troll storm,' judge says

A federal magistrate denounced the "particularly egregious and reprehensible nature" of Andrew Anglin's anti-Semitic intimidation of a Montana woman.

South Bend police officer who fatally shot black man resigns

Many residents of the Indiana city were angry Sgt. Ryan O'Neill's body camera⁠ — part of a program launched by Mayor Pete Buttigieg — was turned off during the shooting.