National News | WRHL National News 2018-04-26T12:20:01Z National News Crash of World War II-era plane kills 2 civilians at naval air station Two people died Wednesday when a civilian-owned vintage aircraft crashed shortly after taking off from a South Texas naval air station. Florida private schools hired felons as teachers, prompting investigation: report State officials in Florida have launched an investigation into three private schools in the Orlando area that hired felons as teachers. Court won't return tigers, exotic animals to Ohio man's home A man whose tigers and other exotic animals were seized in a raid by authorities in Ohio lost what is likely his final court challenge seeking return of the animals to his roadside sanctuary. VA nominee accused of drunken behavior, reckless prescribing The nomination of the White House doctor to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs has suffered another blow with allegations of recklessly prescribing drugs and drunken behavior. Ohio man accused in terror plot seeks early prison release An Ohio man has unsuccessfully asked a judge to release him from his 22-year prison sentence on a terrorism conviction. The Latest: Police take serial killing suspect by surprise The Latest on developments in a California serial killer case (all times local): 12:35 p.m. California authorities say DNA in two 1978 killings in Sacramento led to the arrest of a man suspected of being a serial killer tied to dozens of slayings and sexual assaults in the 1970s and '80s. WRHL 2018-04-26T05:20:01Z