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Tuna company and 2 employees charged in death of worker cooked to death

LOS ANGELES, CA - Prosecutors say Bumble Bee Foods and two employees have been charged with violating safety regulations in the death of a worker who was cooked in an industrial oven with tons of tuna.

Witnesses: UFC champ ran from crash, returned to grab cash

Witnesses tell police that UFC light heavyweight champion Jon "Bones" Jones ran from a crash that hospitalized a pregnant woman but quickly came back to grab "a large handful of cash" from the car.

US citizen wants pardon, compensation in Dubai video case

An American is seeking a pardon and financial compensation from the United Arab Emirates after being held for nine months for his role in an online parody video.

Trial of James Holmes, accused Colorado theater gunman, set to begin

Nearly three years after a deadly attack at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater left 12 dead and dozens injured, opening statements in the James Holmes murder trial are expected Monday afternoon.

California teen accused of stabbing friend's brother to death during sleepover

Family, friends and neighbors in Discovery Bay, California are mourning the tragic stabbing death of 9-year-old Jordan Almgren.

Albuquerque police officer uses his own money to replace kid's stolen bicycle

Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico are looking for a man they believe stole a young boy's bicycle.

Gillibrand pushes for national online voter registration

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says every eligible voter in the United States should be able to register to vote online.

Ohio students' device to detect marijuana use by motorists

Two Ohio graduate students have invented a device that will allow law enforcement officers to determine whether motorists have used marijuana.

The Latest on Nepal Quake: Aid worker in epicenter district

World Vision aid worker Matt Darvas reached Nepal's Gorkha district, the epicenter of Saturday's powerful quake, early Monday afternoon.

Update: Nepal Earthquake

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) - Various nations and global charities are readying emergency aid for the survivors of a major earthquake in Nepal that officials say killed at least 1,800 people.

Hawaii poised to become 1st state to raise smoking age to 21

HONOLULU, HA - Lawmakers have passed a bill that would make Hawaii the first state to raise the legal smoking age to 21.

Explosion at Kentucky distillery injuries two workers

An explosion has destroyed the Silver Trail Distillery in Hardin, Kentucky.

Army cancels woman's surgery to remove a tumor, never rescheduled

Soldier's wife says she fears cancer could be growing in her body after a surgery to remove a tumor was canceled and never rescheduled.

Florida residents reject "body farm" near neighborhood

When Donald and Gayle Pollock look out their backdoor they see acres and acres of county land. "They just keep shoving more and more down our throat: the reservoir, the dump, the shooting range. Now they want to put dead bodies at our back door, at our back door practically," Gayle said about a proposed "body farm."

Sex club hopes to be classified as a church for construction

A group of developers hoping to open a sex club near a Christian school in Madison, Tennessee may have found a loophole in the zoning law first used to deny their plans.

Harley-Davidson recalls 46,000 motorcycles

Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 46,000 motorcycles nationwide due to a problem with the clutch that's caused 27 crashes.

Ford recalls 390,000 cars to fix door latches

Ford is recalling about 390,000 cars because the doors may not latch properly and could open while the cars are in motion.

Kansas family finds missing dog under house two weeks after disappearance

A Derby, Kansas dachshund is back on her feet after spending almost two weeks trapped under a concrete slab.

Newborn's remains found in front of Ohio sorority house

Ohio authorities are investigating after a newborn baby's body was found outside of a Muskingum University sorority house.

Native Americans walk off set of Adam Sandler movie due to offensive humor

Crew members and extras working on the new Adam Sandler western spoof "Ridiculous 6" leave the set over offensive humor targeting their heritage

NASA is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope

Stunning sights exposed to the human eye for the first time were all possible thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope, launched by NASA on April 24th, 1990.