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Police have not said what caused the deaths.
Mimas, which is the smallest and closest to Saturn of the ringed planet's 82 moons, may contain a liquid internal ocean.
The James Webb Space Telescope has reached its final destination, almost a month after launch.
A bipartisan group of attorneys general sued Google on Monday, alleging that the technology giant has used "dark patterns" and deceptive practices to track users' physical location.
Twenty U.S. players trained on a whitened field in 22-degree weather in Columbus, Ohio, as the U.S. began preparations for this week's chilly World Cup qualifier against El Salvador.
An increase in precipitation increases the chance for rain to fall on whatever snowpack there is. That causes the snow to melt faster in the spring, increasing the risk for spring flooding but then leading to less groundwater heading into the summer.
The so-called "Keep Schools Open and Safe Act" would not allow students to opt-out of getting the vaccine based on their personal beliefs.
The boy's parents were dumbfounded when box after box began arriving on their doorstep.
The Oklahoma City Zoo has welcomed a new member to its animal family with the birth of a baby male Asian elephant calf.
A shelter-in-place order caused by a sulfur fire at the Stanislaus Farm Supply in Ceres has lifted, officials said.
Rolls-Royce announced the average age of its customers is just 43 years old. That means many buyers are also much younger than that.
Lauren Smith-Fields died under mysterious circumstances in Connecticut last month after meeting a man on a dating app.
Figure skater Nathan Chen heads to Beijing as one of the favorites on the ice for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Crews appear to be making better headway in controlling a wildfire in Monterey County along the Central Coast that forced hundreds nearby to evacuate.
Three Baltimore firefighters who were injured after a partial collapse at a vacant row home fire died Monday. A fourth first responder remains on life support.
The Los Angeles Unified School District said it will prohibit students from wearing cloth masks as the highly transmissible omicron variant of COVID-19 continues to spread.
The legislation would build on a 2015 law that eliminated the personal belief exemption for all other childhood vaccinations required for schoolchildren.
Here is information on what to know about athletes with ties to Northern California who have qualified for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
“With the rising cases of COVID in the community and in the interest of maintaining the health and safety of our jail residents and personnel, we are temporarily suspending jail visitation at this time,” the county said.
A proposal that drew strong criticism was pulled from Thursday's agenda
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