Rice Suspension Is Overturned NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL players' union says Ray Rice is no longer suspended. The union, which had challenged the suspension, says it has been "vacated immediately" by a former federal judge.
FBI Investigates Shooting AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The FBI and Austin Texas police are investigating today's early-morning shooting attack by a man who they say also tried to set the Mexican Consulate in Austin on fire.
Football Player Missing COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The coach of the Ohio State University football team says he's praying that a missing football player is found soon and safely.
Massive 50 Car Crash On Grand Island Bridge Police say seven people were injured in a chain-reaction crash on snow-slicked roads near Buffalo that involved dozens of vehicles on I 190 at Grand Island for more than three hours.
At The Malls
Till You Drop? Or Just After You Eat. Early-bird special: The National Retail Federation expected 25.6 million shoppers to head to stores on Thanksgiving, which would be slightly down from last year. The numbers aren't in yet, there were crowds across the country.
Shopping Protests in Ferguson Dozens of people have interrupted holiday shopping at major retail stores around the St. Louis area to speak out about a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.
State Looks Into Nursing Home Storm Death CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (AP) - New York health officials say they're investigating the death of a 92-year-old nursing home patient who was evacuated during Winter Storm Knife last week.
Native Americans to Buffalo: Rename Island BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Two Native American women have asked the city of Buffalo to rename Squaw Island because they say the term is antiquated and offensive.