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Brother of helicopter crash victim says 'it's hard not to seethe'
In his darkest moments, Iain Hill imagines the last moments of his brother's life, helplessly trapped in the wreckage of a tourist helicopter, sinking to his death in New York City's East River. "That's the last thing he knew, being alone and scared in that helicopter by himself," Hill told ABC
World-renowned fisherman, Lefty Kreh, dies at 93 in Maryland
From the waters of Maryland to those of the Amazon, famed fisherman Bernard Victor "Lefty" Kreh reeled in 126 species of fish and new generations of fishing enthusiasts
Authorities offer reward in Austin bombings investigation
Authorities have urged residents to remain on the lookout for strange items after deadly package bombs were delivered to Austin-area homes.
Families of 2 Austin package bomb victims knew each other
Two of the three families targeted by package bombs left on Austin doorsteps knew each other
Cops field 265 calls in response to package bombs 'constructed by the same bombmaker'
The package bombs in Austin, Texas, that killed two people over 11 days were "constructed by the same bombmaker," Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said on " Good Morning America " today. "There are some specific components that we won't go into the details to protect the integrity of the
The Latest: Governor offers $15K reward for mail bomb info
The Texas governor's office is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the arrest of those involved in the deadly package blasts in Austin over the past 10 days
Package bombs in Texas capital likely tied to earlier blast
Package bombs kill teenager, wound two women in Austin; blasts could be related to earlier attack
Police warn Austin residents of suspicious boxes after 3 package explosions
Residents of Austin, Texas, are being asked to report any suspicious packages as police investigate three explosions that took place after people handled boxes that had been delivered to their homes. Two people have died and two others have been hospitalized with injuries from the three blasts, the
Austin rocked by 3rd explosion in 11 days
Police have said that the two blasts that rocked Austin, Texas, today are related to a similar one that occurred on March 2. Monday's blasts left one teen dead and two women battling significant injuries. The first blast, reported about 6:44 a.m., killed a male teenager and injured a woman in her
The Latest: Police say bombs caused both Austin blasts
Austin's police chief says package bombs caused both explosions in Texas' capital city on Monday, making it three this month