Colorado marijuana shops see brisk business on tax holiday

Marijuana shoppers in Colorado took advantage of a one-time tax holiday Wednesday by loading up on weed without paying an extra 10 percent sales tax.

I-59 lanes to close in Trussville for pavement project Sept. 16-17

State transportation crews will be repairing the pavement on I-59 in Trussville on Wednesday and Thursday of this week, shutting down lanes at different times of the day to do their work.

More bodies expected to be found in ruins of California fire

Cadaver dogs and their handlers searched Wednesday for a man feared to have perished in a fast-moving Northern California wildfire, and the local sheriff says he expects several more bodies will eventually be found amid…

The Latest: Rain hits California wildfire evacuation site

The latest on wildfires raging in drought-stricken California (all times local):

DOJ, GM near settlement: Reports

The settlement between the Justice Department and General Motors could be announced as early as this week, Dow Jones reported.

Outcry after Muslim teen is detained over homemade clock

A 14-year-old Muslim boy became a sensation on social media Wednesday after word spread that he had been placed in handcuffs and suspended for coming to school with a homemade clock that teachers thought resembled a bomb.

Man arrested again in 2012 murder of national guard sergeant

An Alabama man has been arrested a second time in the 2012 murder of an Army National Guard sergeant.

Most popular stocks on the Street

Trading volume in a group of S&P 500 stocks surged Wednesday, as investors flocked to these names amid new developments.

How Fed can fall into a trap: Expert

If global concerns make the Federal Reserve wait to raise rates, it risks contributing to long-term turmoil, one economist said.

The path to $60 oil: Strategist

Crude may have soared higher Wednesday, but this is what it will take to reach $60 oil, strategist Helima Croft says.