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Volunteers build ramp for Mid-Michigan veteran

A local man, who was injured while serving his country, had trouble leaving his home. More>>

Residents to rally on 4 year anniversary of Flint water crisis

It's been four years since the city of Flint switched to using the Flint River as its water source under state orders. More>>

Children Escape Through Second-Story Window After Father Opens Fire in Pennsylvania Home

A father of three is behind bars after troopers say he opened fire inside his home in Wayne County. More>>

Nonprofit Allegedly Exploited Workers With Disabilities

The U.S. Department of Labor is forcing a Sterling nonprofit of exploiting nearly 250 workers, violating labor laws and occasionally paying workers with gift cards instead of wages. More>>

A teen made a promposal with a joke about blacks 'picking cotton.' People aren't laughing

Creative "promposals" are all the rage these days among high schoolers. But this one didn't go so well. More>>

Tesla crashes into gym (CAUGHT ON CAMERA)

The driver of a Tesla plowed through the wall of an empty storefront and then into the side of the Anytime Fitness on North Dale Mabry Highway in Pasco County. More>>

A new bill introduced to demolish properties built without permit

An apartment on Date Street in Kapahulu was built without a permit. Now some people want it torn down. More>>

Utah man sentenced for killing mother and brother he believed were 'demons'

A judge has sentenced a Ferron man to up to life in prison for shooting and killing his mom and brother, over protest from defense attorneys who said a jury's split verdict in the case makes no sense. More>>

Nursing mother reporting for jury duty says no lactation room at Daley Center

A nursing mother is accusing the Daley Center of pregnancy discrimination. More>>

Driving instructor gives tips on escaping a submerged car after elderly man dies

A couple of swings of the hammer to smash a car window may just save your life, says Cornhusker Driving School instructor Pat Venditte. More>>

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Video of women being asked to leave course at Grandview Golf Club has them claiming discrimination

Cell phone video shows the interaction between Grandview Golf Club owner, Jordan Chronister, several other people, and five female club members who say they were harassed shortly after they began their game in Dover... More>>

Virginia Senators raise concerns about offshore drilling impacts on Hampton Roads military

The two Senators who represent Virginia are raising concerns about how drilling off the coast of Virginia could impact military activity in Hampton Roads. More>>

Motorcyclists stop traffic to help woman cross Arizona street

Three motorcyclists stopped traffic at a busy Mesa, Arizona intersection Sunday afternoon to help a woman cross the street. More>>

Children under 11 get free admission at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Get the family ready for a weekend at the zoo! It's "Día del Niño" at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido. That means children 11 and under are free with a paid adult. More>>

Utility worker fatally shot at worksite east of downtown KC

Police say a utility worker is dead after a shooting just east of downtown Kansas City. More>>

Girl Gives Up Birthday Gifts To Help 4-Year-Old With Rare Brain Cancer

Logan Wilson is about to turn 12 and she has decided to use her birthday to help another in need. More>>

U.S. Dept. of Labor says Sterling nonprofit exploited 250 workers with disabilities

The U.S. Department of Labor is forcing a Sterling nonprofit of exploiting nearly 250 workers, violating labor laws and occasionally paying workers with gift cards instead of wages. More>>

Utility worker fatally shot at worksite east of downtown KC

Police say a utility worker is dead after a shooting just east of downtown Kansas City. More>>

Community rallies around Dallas police officer who suffered brain hemorrhage

As a cop most days are filled with dangerous moments, but one Dallas officer faced a different danger earlier this week. More>>

Thieves caught on camera stealing woman's wallet in Fort Worth

Take a look at the surveillance video above. It shows a man creeping up on a shopper April 1 at a grocery store in Fort Worth. More>>

Dallas dog owners hire psychic, trackers to sniff out missing Frenchies

Any parent would do whatever it takes to get their child back, but what happens when that missing child is actually a fur baby? More>>

Freshman girl earns varsity wrestling honors at West Hartford high school

The high school wrestling season may be over, but one student athlete received a pretty big first-of-its-kind award. More>>

2 Yale students robbed inside a room

Police in New Haven are investigating the robbery of two students in a room at Yale University. More>>

Smugglers Caught Trafficking Thousands Of Stolen California Succulents

A group of people smuggling succulent plants were busted in Northern California. More>>

MGM Resorts plans to build solar array, shift to renewable energy

MGM Resorts is pairing with a Chicago-based company to build a massive solar array north of the valley, and when it is finished it will be one of the main power sources for the MGM's 13 Southern Nevada properties. More>>

Man finds rare Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig autograph card

A Vancouver hobby shop owner has made an amazing find. More>>

Modigliani's controversial 'Nu couché' painting breaks auction record

A masterpiece that was once censored on the grounds of obscenity has now set a new auction record. More>>

Construction workers rescued safely from collapsed scaffolding near Miami

Two construction workers trapped Tuesday morning on a piece of dangling scaffolding near Miami have been rescued by first responders, according to video from CNN affiliate WSVN. More>>

Dozens at city council meeting demanding action on homelessness after fatal restaurant stabbing in California

After a man was fatally stabbed in front of his daughter and wife in an unprovoked attack while the family was dining at a beachfront eatery in Ventura, local residents were putting pressure on public officials to address... More>>

Newnan residents concerned about the cost of recent Neo-Nazi rally

Newnan streets are once again quiet now that barricades have been removed and the crowds of counter-protesters and Neo-Nazis are gone. More>>

Jury finds Tex McIver guilty of felony murder

A jury has found Tex McIver guilty of several charges including felony murder Monday afternoon. More>>

Norfolk mother says son's arm was accidentally broken by his teacher during school

Shawanda Smallwood says her son's arm was accidentally broken by his teacher around dismissal on Thursday afternoon at Coleman Place Elementary. She says she's obviously upset about what happened but she says she's even... More>>

"It was a lot of emotion": Local men return home after making history at Boston Marathon

Fresh off an accomplishment that was years in the making, Ashton McCormick and Michael Davis are back home. More>>

Sheriff's Office believes mom absconded with newborn son

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help locating a missing and endangered newborn. More>>

Police: Stepdaughter allegedly shoots, kills stepfather in Manitowoc

Manitowoc Police have released new information about a suspicious death. More>>

Community mourns 20 year-old man who died in a skateboarding accident

A 20 year-old man from Hooppole died after a skate boarding accident on Friday evening. More>>

Man riding bike across America to honor children of fallen patriots

Ryan Lee Gehris is riding his bicycle across America to honor the children of fallen patriots. More>>

Life sentence dished out to man who killed pizza delivery driver

After nearly two years Tremaine Washington, the man responsible for the death of a Marco's Pizza employee, has been sentenced to life behind bars. More>>

'OMG...It's a Robot' student Lego team is going to worlds

"Oh My Gosh...It's a Robot" is the team name of the Kennedy LEGO League chapter, which will compete against 1,400 teams from 62 countries at FIRST LEGO League Competition in Detroit, Mich. April 25-28. More>>

Officer's Kindness Caught on Camera

A picture posted by Montoursville Borough Police on social media quickly garnered hundreds of shares. More>>

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Video shows tornado rip through Sonic Drive-In

Video from a surveillance camera at Sonic Drive-In of Galliano shows the moment a tornado hit the restaurant and caused extensive damage. More>>

DCF to announce child welfare system changes after boy tortured, killed in KCK home

Many Kansans have called for change in the state's department of children and families. More>>

30 Vehicles experience flat tires on Interstate 95 northbound in Palm Beach County

The Florida Highway Patrol said 30 vehicles experienced flat tires Monday morning on Interstate 95 northbound in Palm Beach County after steel rods fell off a semi. More>>

Friend Called Shooting Victim 'Metaphorically Amazing'

Friends of one of the victims shot at a Waffle House on Murfreesboro Pike in Antioch remembered him as a quiet, gentle man with meaningful, musical talent. More>>

Father Dies After Being Randomly Stabbed in Neck While Dining With 5-Year-Old Daughter in Lap Near Ventura Promenade

A man who was stabbed in the neck unprovoked while eating at a restaurant near the Ventura shoreline has died from his injuries, police said Friday. More>>

Artwork helps Colorado babies

A little girl who is lucky to have lived past birth herself has found a way to help other children fighting for their life. More>>

Colorado Senate bill seeks to punish teachers with jail time should they go on strike

As Colorado teachers prepare to walk out on Thursday and Friday to call for higher wages and increased school funding, some state lawmakers are working to make sure any plans to strike don't go unpunished by introducing a... More>>

Middle School students working to stop suicides, self harm

It's not a topic many want to talk about but they Kyrene School District in the East Valley says it's critical to get the conversation going about suicide and school violence. More>>

Phoenix community organizes food drive ahead of teacher walkout

A north Phoenix community is taking action for their kids by organizing a food drive to help feed children when and if teachers walk out on Thursday. More>>

Video shows St. Louis middle school student bullying girl wearing hijab

A video shared more than 1,000 times on Facebook shows a vile moment Wednesday between two St. Louis middle school students. More>>

3 Administrators arrested in Montville school 'fight club' case

Three administrators have been charged following a reported "fight club" at Montville High School. More>>

Granby community supports young girl's recovery after tree accident

More than two months after a tree fell on her while hiking, 10-year-old Katie O'Neill and her family spoke exclusively with Channel 3 to express how thankful they are that the Granby community is supporting her road to... More>>

Man arrested in connection with hit-and-run that killed 8-year-old boy in Detroit

Police say a 27-year-old man was arrested in connection with the fatal hit and run of an 8-year-old boy with autism. More>>

Off-duty Detroit cop charged for allegedly assaulting girlfriend, pulling gun

An off-duty Detroit police officer is facing several charges for an incident in Greektown over the weekend where he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend and pulled a gun. More>>

5-Year-old boy claims teachers taped his mouth shut, threw away his lunch

A family is furious with a local elementary school after they say their 5-year-old son was assaulted and humiliated in front of his class. More>>

Daughter turns car into billboard to help dad find a kidney in Las Vegas

A valley woman desperate to find a kidney for her father has turned her car into a mobile billboard hoping to find a match. More>>

A second chance at life: Local woman receives a twice replanted kidney

A local woman was given the gift of longer life - thanks to a 'regifted' kidney. More>>

Some Southwest flights canceled due to engine inspections

Southwest Airlines says it has canceled roughly 1 per cent of its scheduled flights as it carries out inspections prompted by an engine failure that led to a passenger's death last week. About 40 flights were impacted. More>>

How beautiful design is keeping libraries relevant in the digital era

With today's digital reading habits, it'd be easy to assume that libraries are on the verge of becoming redundant. But as a new wave of these buildings open around the world, the humble library is reinventing itself as an... More>>

Authorities Searching for Man Who Walked Away From L.A. Reentry Program

A man remained on the loose Sunday after walking away from a reentry program facility in Los Angeles the previous day, officials said. More>>

North Las Vegas school asks special education students to stay home

Several parents at Elizondo Elementary School received last minute phone calls from the school Friday asking them to keep their students out of school due to a staffing shortage in special education classrooms. More>>

22 Minutes of terror

Southwest Flight 1380 was above southeastern Pennsylvania, about 20 minutes into its journey, when it happened More>>

Military and civilians clean native Hawaiian fishpond for Earth Day

An ancient Hawaiian fishpond gets a little love in honor of Earth Week. About 100 volunteers cleaned up Loko Pa`aiau Fishpond, on McGrew Point military housing. More>>

Dreams come true for Brookfield special needs student heading to prom

It's prom weekend in Waukesha County and for one boy with special needs it's going to be a night to remember. More>>

Independence police officer makes heroic rescue on I-480 bridge

Quick thinking and response by Independence police officer Andrew March, made all the difference in the world for a woman police say was attempting to take her own life, on the I-480 bridge on April 20. More>>

Bloomsburg Mayor Responds to Prostitution Allegations

Police say the mayor of Bloomsburg showed up at a woman's door with $200 to pay her for sex. More>>

Utah man loses more than 100 pounds on Keto diet

Many people fear eating fat might also make you fat. However, one Utah man proved otherwise. More>>

Latest HFD inspections are not a scam, despite many skeptics

An Ewa cafe thought it was being scammed by fake Honolulu Fire Department inspectors, but they turned out to be legit! More>>

Deputies: man arrested after setting ex-girlfriend's car on fire

One man was arrested and charged on multiple charges after deputies believe he set his ex-girlfriend's car on fire. More>>

Ten counter-protesters arrested at neo-Nazi rally in Newnan

Tempers flared in a normally quiet downtown Newnan, Saturday, during a neo-Nazi rally. More>>

Two men killed in boating accident on Lake Havasu

Two men have died after a boat crash at Lake Havasu. More>>

Community mourns Suffield girl killed in crash

The community of Suffield came out in droves to mourn the loss of a high school senior. More>>

Can fasting improve health? Intermountain Healthcare conducting study to find out

Diana Jensen is a nurse and busy mom of three. She's constantly serving others, but when her doctor saw unusual test results, she decided to do something for herself. More>>

How Pokemon Go helped a missing man with dementia get home safely

In the pixelated universe that's existed inside generations of handheld devices, Pokemon are pretty handy: They can light up a dark room, carry their trainers across the ocean and even act as feathery air travel for one. More>>

NYC streets go car-free for Earth Day

New Yorkers are used to a lot of traffic. All day, every day streets are filled with cars, but for one day, busy streets will be car-free. More>>

Man, 20, charged in death of Durant High School football player

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in the death of a Durant High School football player, authorities said. More>>

NAACP slams Alabama governor's campaign ad about law protecting Confederate monuments

The Alabama chapter of the NAACP is clashing with Gov. Kay Ivey over a campaign ad in which she celebrates the Memorial Preservation Act, a law she signed last May that critics say protects the state's Confederate monuments. More>>

High School Students Learn To Operate Solar Panels

Students at Don Tyson school of innovation are getting a hands on look at the production and use of solar technology. More>>

Nearly $14K raised for sexual assault survivors during Newport News 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event

Men strutted in women's high heels for a good cause Saturday at the Newport News "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event. More>>

John Kramer boosts reward to $10,000 in hopes of finding who killed daughter, grandson

John Kramer sat at his computer Friday and watched the 30-second video of his 9-year-old grandson at play, like he does every day now. More>>

Natural Resource police urging boaters to be safe

As of the month of April, four people have died on Maryland's waterways. More>>

Woman assaulted air marshal on flight to SLC, federal charges say

A 45-year-old woman aboard a Delta flight from London to Salt Lake City toppled a drink cart when she raced up and down the aisle and threw coffee in the air before jumping on the back of an air marshal, federal... More>>

Local boater helps flood victims on Kauai

Call it Kokua Kauai... Throughout the week, good Samaritans volunteered services on water to bring in food and water to landlocked Wainiha and Haena. More>>

PD: Phoenix man arrested after running over 21-month-old son

A man has been arrested after police say he ran over his child Thursday evening in Phoenix. More>>

Bay County to begin aerial treatment for mosquitoes

It is warming up, which means those annoying mosquitoes will be popping up over the coming weeks. More>>

Ardmore man charged with murder, arson after TBI investigation

A Giles Co. man has been charged with murder and arson after a string of fires in the area were investigated by special agents, TBI officials confirmed. More>>

City of Newnan braces for neo-Nazi rally Saturday

A large neo-Nazi rally will descend upon the city of Newnan Saturday afternoon and people are bracing for the possibility of violence. More>>

Woman lured by 'creepy' fake bathroom signs in Forest Park

A woman says she was lured into the woods on last weekend after following fake "outdoor bathroom" signs on the Leif Erikson Trail in Forest Park. More>>

Final arrest made in brazen Pensacola stoplight shootout

It's been some three months since a scary exchange of gunfire in the middle of the day at a traffic intersection in Pensacola, Fla., on January 22, 2018, but Escambia County Sheriff's Office (ECSO) deputies did not give up... More>>

From tragedy to triumph; how a spinal cord injury victim helps others

When Nicole Marquez was 28, she moved to New York City to pursue her career as a professional dancer. One fateful afternoon she returned home after her audition and found herself locked out of her 6th story apartment. She... More>>

Explosives stolen from pipeline construction site found

Some of the explosives that were stolen from an Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Construction site in Lancaster County this past weekend have been found. More>>

3 Administrators arrested in Montville school 'fight club' case

Three administrators have been charged following a reported "fight club" at Montville High School. More>>

Southwest gives $5,000 checks to passengers on Flight 1380

Some passengers aboard Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 received a $5,000 check after a deadly engine failure that led to an emergency landing in Philadelphia. More>>

Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say

A student was wounded in a shooting Friday morning at a high school in Ocala, Florida, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said. The incident occurred shortly before students were to walk out as part of a national protest... More>>

Truck driver gets life sentence for role in death of 10 immigrants in Texas

The driver of a tractor-trailer found in Texas last summer packed with dozens of undocumented immigrants, 10 of whom died, was sentenced Friday to life without parole in a federal prison. More>>

Charges recommended against woman who threw injured cat in dumpster

Green Bay Police are asking the Brown County District Attorney's Office to file charges against a woman who allegedly threw an injured cat into a trash bin. More>>

Tennessee Gov. Signs Bill Allowing Wine, Liquor Sales On Sunday

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has signed a measure into law that allows wine and liquor sales on Sunday. More>>

Police department holding contest to find person who 'has the most marijuana'

It's not every day that a small town police department asks people to show off their weed stash, but 4/20 is not an ordinary day. More>>

Rainbow Bridge becomes world's 4th international dark sky sanctuary

Utah's dark starry skies have once again received recognition after Rainbow Bridge National Monument was recently named an international dark sky sanctuary - making it only the fourth designation in the world. More>>

Community on alert after 4 dogs killed by coyotes

People in a north Phoenix neighborhood said they're being terrorized by a pack of wild coyotes. More>>

What happened this week (in anything but politics)

A young business owner. Ambitious baboons. And doubtful investors. It's time for this week's politics-free news. More>>

New species among rare treasure trove of fossils found in California

Finding fossils can be a fact of life for construction crews excavating in California. That's what happened when crews broke ground to begin the new Bay Area Calaveras Dam in 2013. They just didn't expect to find so many. More>>

Smart license plates hitting California roads

We've seen a lot of technological advances in cars over the last several years, but not much with license plates. More>>

In-N-Out still America's favorite

When you think about favorite burger chains, do you see palm trees and a yellow arrow? If so, you're one of the many loyal In-N-Out Burger fans. More>>

Students plan national walkout for Columbine shooting anniversary

More than 2,000 schools nationwide are expected to participate in National School Walkout on Friday. More>>

"Angel Baby Mile" to honor miscarried and stillborn babies at Fargo Marathon

When thousands of runners take part in Fargo Marathon weekend next month, a Fargo couple hopes they'll be inspired by an enormous tunnel of big balloons. More>>

Community mourns death of mother, 2 children in Asheville shooting

A community is in mourning after a mother and two of her children were killed in a shooting in West Asheville. More>>

Community mourns death of mother, 2 children in Asheville shooting

A community is in mourning after a mother and two of her children were killed in a shooting in West Asheville. More>>

School takes away bathroom doors, students, parents speak out

Some students say it's an invasion of their privacy. No doors on some of the bathrooms at Broadneck High School. Leaders there said they had no choice but to remove the doors. More>>

2 Florida deputies killed by gunman while eating at a restaurant

Two deputies were killed Thursday when a man walked up to them in a Florida restaurant while they were eating and opened fire, a Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office spokesman said. More>>

Study Examines Wildfire Effect On Chicken Eggs

Could eggs from backyard chickens be contaminated? More>>

California Officials Declare Emergency Over Huge Invasive Rodent

The state of California is declaring an emergency over a non-native species of rodent being seen with increasing frequency near the San Joaquin Delta. More>>

Colo. Lawmaker Proposes Renaming Part Of Interstate The 'Barack Obama Highway'

It's possible you could soon hear about a traffic backup or accident on the "Barack Obama Highway" in Denver. More>>

Surprise homecoming for Virginia Beach students

Two Virginia Beach students received a major surprise at lunch on Thursday. More>>

A Big Tip For Restaurant Staff Leaves Them Speechless

When dining out, a 20 percent tip is usually considered standard. So imagine one restaurant staff's reaction when a customer left a staggering 500 percent tip. More>>

Mom becomes advocate after local child hears for first time, video goes viral

Baby Charlotte, or Charly as she's affectionately known, goes from fussing to a smile to almost crying. She's able to hear her Mom's voice for the first time thanks to hearing aids. The moment was captured on video and has... More>>

Mom Who Needs Kidney Transplant Puts Plea On Billboard

Miranda LeBrasseur needs a new kidney and she's not going to stop until she gets one. More>>

Detroit woman says home burned down as result of DTE power restoration

"I was in shock," Tracey Underwood said, still in disbelief More>>

Quick-thinking 11-year-old credited with saving mom's life

A quick-thinking 11-year-old is credited with saving her mother's life. More>>

Dog returned to owners after more than two years

A lost dog has reunited with his family after two-and-a-half years. More>>

Mom hopes lawmakers approve medical marijuana for autism

A Bossier City mother believes medical marijuana could help control her autistic teen son's violent meltdowns. More>>

Shreveport couple describes surviving ill-fated Southwest Flight 1380

When the wheels of Southwest Flight 1380, bound for Dallas, came crashing back to earth, Tyler and Alexis Albin, LSU Health students on their way home from their honeymoon, immediately embraced one another. More>>

Florida school district cancels walkouts after shooting

School walkouts have been cancelled district-wide in Marion County after a school shooting at Forest High School in Ocala, Florida, according to Marion County School Board member Nancy Stacy. More>>

Kauai's tourism dollars washed away with the flooding

Businesses on Kauai that rely on tourism are facing a new reality - their customers are gone. More>>

This Arizona teacher might earn $50,000 more a year by driving 10 more minutes to work in California

Arizona teacher Christina Carter lives about 5 miles from the California border and believes she could earn about $50,000 more a year doing essentially the same job in the Golden State. And it would only add 10 minutes to... More>>

Colorado governor won't rule out banning marijuana again. Here's why

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has two facts in front of him: Since 2014 crime has been rising in his state, outstripping the national trend, and since 2014 recreational use of marijuana has been legal. More>>

83-Year-old executed in Alabama is oldest inmate put to death in modern US history

Alabama has executed Walter Leroy Moody, 83, who had been convicted of murder for the mail bombing death of a federal judge in 1989. More>>

Arizona teachers vote for statewide walkout

Arizona teachers voted for a statewide walkout next week, escalating their push for higher pay and increased school funding. More>>

Firefighters Rescue Elderly Woman from Burning Home

Firefighters rescued a woman from her burning home in Hazleton despite some very difficult circumstances. More>>

Tired of waiting for electricity in Puerto Rico, man builds his own solar power system

Another day, another blackout in Puerto Rico; Wednesday's blackout was the latest to hit the island still recovering from Hurricane Maria. But one man beat the power outages and his troublesome gas generator by switching... More>>

The Bay Area is long overdue for a major earthquake. When it hits, it could kill hundreds

It's 4:18 in the afternoon in Oakland, California. Deep below the city, the Hayward Fault -- one of the most active fault lines in the country -- suddenly slips, setting off a magnitude-7.0 earthquake. More>>

3-Time heart transplant survivor hopes others will become donors

Going through a transplant surgery can be difficult, let alone three. That's the reality for 25-year-old Lauren Holbrook, a Utah County woman who has needed three new hearts. From being on the donor list, getting the... More>>

Extremely rare Colt firearm sets sales record for Rock Island Auction Company

An extremely rare 19th century revolver drew a new record auction price earlier this month when it fetched $1.84 million during a Rock Island Auction Company sale on April 13-15. More>>

Firefighter who pulled Southwest flight victim back into plane 'felt a calling' to help

Flight attendants were in the aisle asking for drink orders on Southwest flight 1380 Tuesday when Andrew Needum heard a "loud pop." More>>

PD: Boyfriend slams woman to the ground at Scottsdale bed and breakfast

A woman alleges she was slammed to the ground and strangled while on a recent vacation in Scottsdale. More>>

Firefighters in Arizona rescue man trapped in palm tree

Firefighters in Tucson, Arizona rescued a man who got trapped in a palm tree Wednesday. More>>

Suitcase murder trial: Jury reaches verdict in death of Shauna Haynes

A verdict has been reached in the murder trial of a man accused of killing a woman after watching her have sex with two other people, then stuffing her body into a suitcase and putting it out with the trash at a downtown... More>>

Doctors treating teens for video game addiction

More teens are being treated for what researchers are calling "Internet Gaming Disorder." Research and patient visits over the past few years have some doctors believing gaming addiction is a legitimate problem. More>>

Dentists concerned about recent DIY braces trend

A disturbing online trend has dentists across the Las Vegas valley worried about kids' dental health. More>>

This is what a baseball game looked like in a blacked-out Puerto Rico

On Wednesday night, the only bright light for miles in San Juan, Puerto Rico came from Hiram Bithorn Stadium. There, the Minnesota Twins and the Cleveland Indians finished off a special two-game MLB series meant to honor... More>>

Medical mix-up terrifies family

A Las Vegas family says a mix-up at a doctor's office lead them to believe their child had cancer. More>>

Family needs help after bunnies multiply again and again

A Las Vegas family is dealing with a bunny multiplying nightmare. More>>

City councilman involved in scuffle with student, can no longer serve as substitute teacher

A Columbus city councilman and substitute teacher was involved in a scuffle with a student Friday at Columbus North High School that resulted in Columbus Police referring the matter to Indiana State Police. More>>

Woman who allegedly put infant girls in suitcase identified, charges filed

Authorities say a Mid-Michigan woman was arrested after she allegedly put two infant girls in a suitcase and left them by the road like garbage. More>>

Crook steals surveillance camera while it was LIVE recording

Omaha police are looking for a man that stole a surveillance camera. He took it from a home in the Dundee neighborhood. The camera was rolling at the time, so it caught a clear shot of the crook's face. More>>

Stormy Daniels performs at Detroit's Truth Gentleman's Club

After two false starts, Stormy Daniels has taken the stage in Detroit. More>>

Turning Point Clinic treating more people than a year ago

Thursday, President Trump declared the opioid crisis a "national emergency." In Baltimore, it's been a local emergency for a long time. More>>

Fugitive charged with sex crimes against minor in South Carolina captured in Virginia Beach

U.S. Marshals and the Virginia Beach Fugitive Unit arrested a man on the run from sex crimes against a child in South Carolina. More>>

District Attorney's office decides not to seek new trial for man on death row for decades

The Kern County District Attorney's Office has decided not to file charges against a man who was on death row for more than two decades, setting him free. More>>

School district says no discipline after student creates racial prom poster

A social media post is going viral after a white student used racial stereotypes while asking a white girl to the prom. More>>

Woman finds hidden camera in restroom at metro Atlanta Starbucks

A woman called 911 after she found a hidden camera inside the unisex restroom of a Starbucks in metro Atlanta. More>>

Part of Delta plane catches fire at Atlanta Airport

Part of a Delta Airlines plane caught fire at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Wednesday. More>>

PD: 3 women arrested for kidnapping, assault

Hartford Police arrested three women months after a kidnapping and assault of another woman. More>>

Bill that would've allowed certain fireworks in CT fizzles out

A bill that would have allowed certain fireworks to be legal in Connecticut has fizzled out. More>>

Southwest pilot, a former Navy fighter pilot, praised for her 'nerves of steel' during emergency

Things looked grim aboard the Southwest Airlines flight, but you wouldn't have guessed it hearing the air of calm from the former Navy fighter pilot guiding the plane to safety. More>>

The reward has been doubled in the cold case that inspired 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri'

A woman is found murdered by the side of a road. Her grieving parent, upset that the killing remains unsolved, rents billboards asking police why no one's been arrested in the case. More>>

Widespread power outage persists in Puerto Rico

In another blow to its recovery efforts, an island-wide power outage left most of Puerto Rico in the dark, with only a fraction of residents regaining electricity by Wednesday night. More>>

Hidden crack in Southwest jet engine at center of NTSB investigation

The National Transportation Safety Board is finishing up its initial examination into the deadly Southwest Airlines engine failure Thursday -- but many questions remain unanswered. More>>

Southwest pilots righted plane quickly after engine failed

When the engine on the left wing broke in mid-flight, the pilots of Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 had to deal with a 737 that suddenly banked left on its own, well past any angle they would use. More>>

Former first lady played key role in start up of CT-based Americares

Humanitarian organization Americares is remembering former First Lady Barbara Bush after she passed away on Tuesday. More>>

Most of Puerto Rico still without power

With most of Puerto Rico in the dark Wednesday night, Gov. Ricardo Rossello said in a tweet that he has suggested Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority cancel its contract with a subcontractor that caused an island-wide... More>>

Southwest emergency landing puts focus on engine safety

Just look at the left engine of Southwest Flight 1380, and it's obvious that something terrible befell that machine. More>>

This wasn't the first time a Southwest jet lost a fan blade in its engine

Investigators don't yet know what caused the engine failure that forced Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 to an emergency landing in Philadelphia on Tuesday, but it has similarities to an incident with the same airline in 2016. More>>

Woman finds hidden camera in restroom at metro Atlanta Starbucks

A woman called 911 after she found a hidden camera inside the unisex restroom of a Starbucks in metro Atlanta. More>>

Peacocks on the Loose in Pennsylvania Neighborhood

There are some animals on the loose in one neighborhood in Luzerne County. However, these strays are not native to our area and that's what is causing quite a stir. More>>

640 Pounds of Dynamite Stolen from Pennsylvania Worksite

Hundreds of pounds of explosives - stolen. More>>

Newport News Police seeking feedback from women

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Michigan Woman Turns Herself in for Murdering Mother Last Year

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