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Man stabs choir members after church service

Mass had just ended at St. Jude Thaddeus Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the choir had begun its closing hymns when it happened.

Mother shot, killed with 10-day-old baby in arms

Police in Birmingham, Alabama are looking for a killer. A young mother was shot and killed Monday while she was holding her 10-day-old baby.

New York officials to seek human remains at 9/11 plane part site

ew York City officials will begin sifting through soil for human remains Tuesday at a site where a part believed to be from one of the 9/11 airliners was found.

Early discussion under way on Boston bombing suspect avoiding death penalty

Preliminary talks have been under way "for the past few days" to allow Boston bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to resume providing investigators with information about the attacks in exchange for having the death penalty taken off the t

Home price rise continues to pick up speed

The pace of home prices increases continued to accelerate in February, according to a measure released Tuesday that showed the biggest gain since near the height of the housing bubble.

UPDATE: Boston Marathon bombing investigation

Here's the latest on the Boston Marathon bombings:

Mother arrested on deception felony charge, said son had cancer to swindle money

An Alabama mom is accused of lying about her son having cancer. The woman told everyone that her son was dying and she needed help and authorities say she milked money and goods out of some teachers and friends.

Woman arrested for cruelty after whipping child with studded belt

A Lake Charles woman was arrested for allegedly slapping a child with a belt that had studs.

LA woman killed while trying to escape vehicle stuck on train tracks

SLIDELL, LA (NBC33) — A Slidell woman died last night after her vehicle became stuck in the gravel by the railroad tracks. Officials say this is the second death in two months due to a train collision.

13-year-old quadruple amptuee seeks to help Boston bombing victims

A 13-year-old Florida boy, who nearly lost his life five years ago, wants to help Boston Marathon bombing victims. Seventh grader, Michael Stolzenberg contracted a rare bacterial infection.