10 News takes a look back at some of the top stories, in no particular order, from the Bay area and beyond for the week of March 29 - April 4.
A gunman killed three people before taking his own life in an attack Wednesday, April 2 at Fort Hood, the same base that was the scene of the worst attack on a domestic U.S. military installation five years ago. 10 News spoke exclusively with the fiancée of one of the soldiers killed in the attack.
President Obama said Thursday, April 3 that 7.1 million Americans have signed up for insurance under his new health care law, proving that the new system is "here to stay" and denouncing Republican attempts to repeal it.
The overnight desk clerk, Ron Benjamin, took a smoke break and saw her body on the ground, but police say he thought it was an April Fools' Day prank.
The win, and losses by New Jersey and Washington, gave Tampa Bay its first postseason berth since 2011 and only its second in seven years.
The CBS comedy "How I Met Your Mother" attracted its biggest audience as it said farewell.
One of the suspects allegedly came from behind and started beating 83-year-old Charles Clark and then stabbed him. Another person tried to beat Clark as well, but Clark was able to fight him off. They got away and returned the next day and stole his car.
He said his wife was adamant that he go to work and he didn't want to. He also said he didn't think he could go to jail for staging a burglary. He was wrong.
A 79-year-old woman's license was suspended for one year, following a deadly accident that killed three people and injured four others. She'll also have to pay a $1,000 fine, plus court costs.
A Republican candidate for Congress in North Central Florida is defending his interest in role-playing and dressing up after his online pictures made national headlines.
An 84-year-old woman crashed her car through a CVS, narrowly missing a customer and causing $65,000 in damages.
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