Didn't have a chance to catch the news? Here are yesterday's top stories.
Surgeons Reattach Girl's Arm After Pit Bull Attack
Nine surgeries and four weeks after a pit bull attack nearly ripped the arm off an 8-year-old girl, the child returned to her Delaware home with her limb reattached to her body.
Son Beheads Mom, Then Jumps to Death in Front of NY Train: Police
A professor at a Long Island college was beheaded outside an apartment building by her son who then jumped to his death in front of a train Tuesday, police said.
Abington, Jefferson to Sign Letter of Intent to Merge
Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Health System and Abington Health signed a letter of intent Wednesday afternoon to merge, a marriage that would create the region's largest health care provider.
Scientists Say They've Identified Fragment of Amelia Earhart's Lost Plane
A group of scientists says it has identified a piece of famed aviator Amelia Earhart's twin-engine Lockheed Electra, 77 years after her ill-fated flight around the world, Discovery.com reported.
Casino Servers Settle Lawsuit Over Skimpy Uniforms
Forty women employed at an Atlantic City casino have resolved their discrimination lawsuit over skimpy uniforms. The lawsuit stemmed from 2011 when Resorts Casino Hotel adopted a roaring `20s theme after the popularity of the HBO series Boardwalk Empire, which was based on Prohibition-era Atlantic City's reputation as the vice capital of the East Coast.