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Man arrested for impersonating police officer

A Vero Beach man is charged with impersonating a police officer and fraudulently obtaining veteran status. More>>

Arizona lawmakers respond to family separation issue at border

From all levels of government, lawmakers in Arizona said they want the immigration crisis resolved and for kids not to be separated from their families. More>>

National days add flair to the first day of summer

The sun is out in full force, and we citizens of south Georgia are feeling the heat. More>>

Tiger shows off his stalking skills

LSU's Mike the Tiger has grown into a beautiful creature with all the cat-like traits you would see in the wild. More>>

Video shows man trying to kidnap jogger

Police say a man sexually assaulted a jogger in Bridgewater while trying to kidnap her on Sunday morning. More>>

Parents of bullied girl sue New Jersey school after her suicide

The parents of a 12-year-old girl say their daughter was bullied to death and her school did nothing to stop it. Now they're taking the New Jersey school district to court to prevent other families from going through... More>>

Japanese internment camp survivor: History is repeating itself

A woman who survived a Japanese internment camp back in the 1940s believes President Trump's new border policies are bringing back old memories. More>>

Officers tried to disarm woman with sword

A woman with a sword was shot and killed by police last week. On Wednesday, the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department said officers tried to disarm her with non-lethal methods first, but they didn't work. More>>

Woman in wheelchair struck by Coaster train

A woman in a wheelchair was taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after she was struck by a Coaster train in the Mission Hills area. More>>

Police investigate possible active shooter on Michigan

Huron Township police and SWAT are on scene of a reported active shooter in a building near Huron River Dr. and Pennsylvania Ave. More>>

High School Grads Out Thousands After Travel Scam

CBS (CHICAGO)–A Chicago mother who helped her daughter and her friends save up for months to take a cruise says she's been scammed out of thousands of dollars. More>>

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Estate of famed designer Ann Taylor up for auction

A multimillion-dollar estate in Lakewood owned by famed designer Ann Taylor and her husband Vernon is going up for auction in July. More>>

Father afraid to live in new dream home after strangers harass, threaten him

For nearly a week, a KC father says he has been harassed and threatened by strangers in his new neighborhood. More>>

Woman overdosed in vehicle, child found on floorboard

A 33-year-old woman was arrested Monday after police say she overdosed on muscle relaxers inside a vehicle while her 7-month-old child was on the floorboard of the front passenger seat. More>>

Singer, activist Nina Simone's childhood home to be preserved

The dilapidated wooden cottage in North Carolina that was the birthplace of singer and civil rights activist Nina Simone now has the protection of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. More>>

70 Superheroes to attend slain deputy's funeral

When two slain Wyandotte County deputies are laid to rest Thursday, the stadium is expected to be filled with law enforcement from around the country but there will also be dozens of superheroes in the crowd. More>>

Man comes face to face with bear in home

A man came face-to-face with a black bear inside his home Tuesday afternoon. More>>

North Carolina family vacationing in Utah killed in head-on crash

A cross-country family vacation turned tragic Tuesday when three members of a North Carolina family were killed and a fourth critically injured in a head-on crash near Scipio, Millard County. More>>

Street to be named after police officer killed years ago

A street in Over-the-Rhine will be dedicated to a Cincinnati police officer killed in the line of duty more than 40 years ago. More>>

Virginia Zoo welcomes new Red Panda

The Virginia Zoo has welcomed in a new Red Panda. More>>

Las Vegas man hospitalized with seizures after seeing 'Incredibles 2'

From his t-shirt to his tattoos, it's obvious that Marcos Guadiana loves Disney films. But in the middle of a showing of "Incredibles 2" on Sunday, he knew something was wrong when strobe-like lights flashed across the... More>>

Louisiana state trooper charged with third-degree rape

A Louisiana State Police Trooper has been arrested in New Orleans and charged with third-degree rape. More>>

Dog thrown from vehicle

Police are looking for a person who is accused of throwing a dog from a car in Worth Township. More>>

Woman rescued from 'arctic river' of hail and rain

Hail and rain came so heavy and fast in Greeley it prompted a rescue of a woman stuck in her car in an "arctic river." More>>

Children's book tackles police shootings

Conversations with children about racial injustice can be a difficult topic to tackle, but a new book written by psychologists could make it easier. More>>

'Occupy ICE' protest enters third night

Protesters Tuesday night continued to rally and camp around Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Portland office. More>>

10-Year-old swept away by riptide

A rescue has turned into a recovery as crews continue to look for a 10-year-old boy who was swept away by rough waters while swimming in Long Beach Tuesday, officials said. More>>

Family out of work after food truck stolen

A Peoria family is out of work after their food truck was stolen near Grand and Peoria avenues over the weekend. More>>

Cincinnati could soon have its first-ever 'green cemetery' prioritizing eco-friendly burial

Seventy-five-year-old Kathy Wade, a self-described "tree hugger," feels most at home when she's surrounded by grass, singing birds and trees. She hopes she can stay that way forever -- even after her own death. More>>

Closing arguments in gruesome torture murder

Closing arguments were presented to a jury on Tuesday in the trial of a man charged with torture and murder of his fiancee in their West Hollywood apartment in May 2016. More>>

World's 50 best restaurants for 2018 announced

If there's ever a bad night to eat out -- not including that time you ordered those mussels -- it's the one when all the planet's top chefs skip work to find out if their restaurants have finally been named the world's best. More>>

Store manager saved workers during tornado

Almost a week after a tornado hit a shopping center near Wilkes-Barre, we continue to hear some amazing stories of what happened that night. More>>

Hawaii farmers risk lava and toxic air to save produce after Kilauea volcano

Rusty and Jenny Perry fled their home in Hawaii's Big island last month to escape bubbling lava following the Kilauea volcano eruption. More>>

Dallas mother streams kidney transplant for daughter live on Facebook

A mother's work it never done, and that includes giving the gift of life. We usually hear this term when it comes to childbirth, but one North Texas mother is giving her daughter a second chance at life by donating her... More>>

Video shows man punting cat on football field

City officials are investigating a video that appears to show a man gleefully punting a cat on a Kansas City high school football field. More>>

Severe storm brings large hail to Utah valley

A severe thunderstorm warning was in effect for several parts of Utah Monday morning as hail and rain poured down across the Wasatch Front. More>>

Superman actor Dean Cain sworn in as reserve police officer

A crowd gathered outside the St. Anthony City Hall Tuesday morning waiting to see Dean Cain in uniform. Not his Superman uniform – but his brand new police uniform. More>>

'It's a blessing': Woman, 75, freed from prison after 30 years

A woman who spent more than three decades behind bars had her sentence commuted by Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on his last day in office. More>>

Superman sworn-in as newest Idaho police officer

A crowd gathered outside the St. Anthony City Hall Tuesday morning waiting to see Dean Cain in uniform. Not his Superman uniform – but his brand new police uniform. More>>

Debunking claims from "SQ788 is Not Medical" TV spot

Recently, the coalition of business, medical, religious and law enforcement organizations opposed to State Question 788 (SQ788) paid $453,000 for advertising to combat the medical cannabis ballot measure, according to... More>>

Opioid addiction affecting more seniors in recent years

Opioid addiction is an illness affecting people all over the country, especially here in Southwest Florida. But a group of people who are sometimes overlooked is seniors. More>>

K-6th sexual education program pulled over parent concerns

The Oceanside Unified School District Monday announced the K-6th sexual education program was temporarily suspended. More>>

VA: Pathologist was impaired; 19,000+ cases affected

The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks is reviewing all cases read by a staff pathologist who was accused of possible impairment, according to a press release to media Monday, June 18, 2018. More>>

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California billionaire hosts town hall calling for Trump's impeachment

The effort to impeach President Donald Trump came to Sacramento Monday night. More>>

Inmate escapes during court transport, jumps into Ohio River

Deputies apprehended a prisoner Tuesday after he attempted to escape by jumping into the Ohio River. More>>

Dallas' first urban farm revives historic community

Dallas' first urban farm started in a vacant lot and grew into far more than the small garden that started it all. More>>

Police: Mom caught son in bed with middle school counselor

A now-former HEB school counselor has been arrested after a student's mother caught the woman in bed with her teenage son, police say. More>>

Dreamworld inquiry: Emergency button could have stopped deaths

The press of an emergency stop button could have prevented the deaths of four people at Australia's Dreamworld theme park, an inquest has heard. More>>

Puan, world's oldest known Sumatran orangutan, dies aged 62

Perth Zoo has bid a tearful goodbye to Puan, dubbed the "grand old lady" of Sumatran orangutans, who died Monday. More>>

Special Olympics Oregon cancels 2018 State Games over financial concerns

Special Olympics Oregon has canceled the 2018 State Games due to financial concerns. More>>

The hat Napoleon is said to have worn at the Battle of Waterloo sells for more than $400,000

A hat said to be worn by Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo sold for more than $400,000 at an auction in Lyon, France. More>>

Bricks rain down from the sky, smashing mom's parked car

Ashton Martin thought someone was playing a cruel joke on her. More>>

Bricks rain down from the sky, smashing mom's parked car

Ashton Martin thought someone was playing a cruel joke on her. More>>

Client stiffs hair salon when it's time to pay

A local hair salon needs help tracking down a customer who it said ripped it off. More>>

Pet owners on alert after meatballs laced with poison found in yards

Pet owners in Northern Colorado are on alert, after poison meatballs were found in several yards in the Fossil Lake Ranch subdivision. More>>

Car troubles on way to toddler's chemo don't keep Utah family down

A child being diagnosed with cancer is something no family wants to face. More>>

Homeless man charged with hate crime attack after Portland Pride Parade

Portland Police officers say a homeless man is being charged with a hate crime after yelling homophobic slurs at a group and assaulting a man Sunday night. More>>

10 People a year killed in domestic violence incidents in Kansas City

Shayna Richards never thought anything like this could happen. She never imagined she would have to bury her 19-year-old daughter. More>>

Family wakes up to racist graffiti on truck

Authorities are investigating after a Mid-Michigan family woke up to racist graffiti on their vehicle. More>>

Loneliness is making teenagers sick

Youth in the United States are considered to be the loneliest in the world. More>>

Louisiana state police rescue 25 illegal immigrants from human trafficking operation

Louisiana State Police Troopers detained 25 illegal immigrants, including two children, after interrupting a human trafficking operation on I-10. More>>

Teen who murdered chef and then boasted about it on Facebook sentenced to life

A teen prosecutors say boasted on social media after randomly shooting and killing a Denver chef in 2016 was sentenced in an Arapahoe County court Friday. More>>

Shipping mix-up means 2 special children get needed wheelchairs

Six months older, and a little bit bigger, Parker Canter is once again cruising around in a blue 'ZipZac,' a special wheelchair made just for kids. More>>

Shipping mix-up means 2 special children get needed wheelchairs

Six months older, and a little bit bigger, Parker Canter is once again cruising around in a blue 'ZipZac,' a special wheelchair made just for kids. More>>

North Carolina farmers trying to rebound from storms as heat moves in

This heat wave brings challenges for area farmers still recovering from one of the wettest months of May on record. More>>

One dead after flooding in Wisconsin and Michigan

Devastating floods ravaged Michigan's Upper Peninsula and parts of the Midwest this weekend, with one death reported in northern Wisconsin. More>>

Threat of storms force some school graduations inside

The threat of storms and oppressive heat is forcing some graduations inside. More>>

Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for Abduction, Murder of Michigan Store Clerk in 2013

Jeffrey Willis has been sentenced to life in prison for abducting and killing convenience store clerk Jessica Heeringa in 2013. More>>

Iconic Atlanta Varsity restaurant celebrates 90th anniversary

An iconic Atlanta eatery is celebrating a milestone. The Varsity, known for its hot dogs and chili cheese burgers is turning 90 years old. More>>

Alligator seen swimming off Southwest Florida beach Monday

A charter boat in the Gulf of Mexico came upon an unusual sight near Bonita Springs Monday. More>>

Soccer fans woke up early for World Cup watch party

A couple of local bars opened their doors early Sunday morning welcoming enthusiastic soccer fans. Senor Pepe's in Northwest Bakersfield, Que Pasa Mexican Cafe near Valley Plaza and Rock & Wings in South Bakersfield all... More>>

Bobcat sighted by hikers as it perched on saguaro

A bobcat climbed to new heights Monday morning, as it was spotted perched on top of a large saguaro along a hiking trail in Buckeye. More>>

Woman says gun shot fired through bedroom wall

Scary moments for a Mobile woman and her sister. More>>

Neighbors save 4-year-old boy after being kidnapped in front of Essex home

An Essex mother is thanking her neighbors after police say they saved her 4-year-old boy from being kidnapped. More>>

Head of North Point Yacht Club charged for illegal alcohol sales

The Commodore of North Point Yacht Club is facing criminal charges following an illegal alcohol investigation. More>>

Flash flooding washes out roads in northern Michigan

Storms moved across the Upper Peninsula washing out several roads in the Houghton and Hancock areas and created dozens of sinkholes across the Keweenaw Peninsula. More>>

Teen dies after 60-foot fall in Santaquin Canyon

A 16-year-old girl died after she fell about 60 feet at a waterfall in Santaquin Canyon Monday morning, authorities said. More>>

Driver in crash that killed 6-year-old boy arrested for manslaughter, DUII

The driver in a single-vehicle crash that killed a 6-year-old boy has been arrested for manslaughter. More>>

Tucson Water shuts down contaminated wells

Tucson Water identified two contaminated wells and has taken them out of service. More>>

15-Year-Old with Big Dreams Graduates with Honors from UC Davis

The first time FOX40 met Tanishq Abraham he was just 9 years old. More>>

Buffalo graduates get $10 million gift from New York State

A $10 million award was presented to the Say Yes Buffalo program at a ceremony Friday. State leaders delivered the award as part of Governor Cuomo's Buffalo Billion II investment fund. More>>

Ceiling crashes down onto children at apartment

The entire ceiling of a DeKalb County apartment came crashing down onto several children attending a birthday party inside the unit. More>>

Puppy Boutique Under Investigation After Pictures Posted on Social Media

Complaints posted on Facebook about a pet store in Dickson City are now the focus of a police investigation. More>>

Dad buys billboard for son after school doesn't recognize him as valedictorian

A North Carolina father bought his recently-graduated son a billboard recognizing him as valedictorian even though the school refused to do so. More>>

Conservationists helping paddlefish make comeback at Caddo Lake

Caddo Lake isn't just a jewel in the crown of natural wetlands around the world – it's also home to a unique fish that first appeared millions of years before dinosaurs roamed the earth. More>>

A mother's prayer answered: A World War II soldier coming home for burial

After Leo Husak was killed during the U.S. Army's push into Germany in the final year of World War II, his mother's wish was that her son's body could be recovered so that he could be buried at home in Texas. More>>

Police: Two officers injured in officer-involved shooting

East Cleveland police have confirmed an officer-involved shooting took place on Sunday and two officers were injured. More>>

Man laid off from Farm Fresh is finalist in toilet paper wedding dress contest

A local man will get to see a wedding gown he designed modeled on the runway in New York City. However, it's not made of expensive fabric or embellished with crystals. It's made of toilet paper. More>>

White Castle plans fundraiser for boy battling brain cancer

A local White Castle is planning a special day for one of its favorite customers, also known as "Super Luke" Knapke. More>>

Coke is coming back to Frisch's

Coke is coming back to Frisch's, restaurant officials announced Monday. More>>

Raccoon rescued from storm drain at cemetery

A raccoon is recovering after getting stuck in a storm drainpipe at East Lawn Memorial Park in Sacramento. More>>

A sheriff's deputy is accused of sexually abusing a 4-year-old, then threatening her mom with deportation

A Texas sheriff's deputy is accused of a crime so heinous that his boss said it's "disgusting and infuriating." More>>

Two firefighters on paid leave for allegedly making porn at fire station

Two Akron firefighters have been placed on leave amid allegations they created pornographic videos in one of the department's fire stations. More>>

It could soon be illegal to sell door-to-door in Indianapolis

An Indianapolis City-County Council member wants to make it harder for people to sell door-to-door to you. More>>

Heroic 3-year-old credited with saving mother's life

A Sterling Heights mother is crediting her 3-year-old's quick thinking with saving her life after she got help when she had a seizure. More>>

This, say firefighters, is what could happen if you park in front of a hydrant

After finding a car illegally parked in front of a hydrant, a group of firefighters decided to teach its owner a lesson. More>>

Del Monte recalls vegetable trays linked to outbreak of Cyclospora illnesses

Del Monte Fresh Produce is voluntarily recalling a limited amount of vegetable trays containing fresh broccoli, cauliflower, celery sticks, carrots and dill dip. More>>

Plane takes an emergency landing

Officials said a plane took an emergency landing near Pratt and Whitney in East Hartford on Saturday. More>>

Meghan 'cried' about her father missing wedding, Thomas Markle says

The Duchess of Sussex's father, Thomas Markle, says his daughter cried when he told her he would not be able to attend her wedding to Prince Harry. More>>

Three killed after being hit by train in London

Three people have been killed after being struck by a train in South London, British police confirmed Monday. More>>

New Jersey art festival shooting suspect had just been released from prison, prosecutor says

Twenty-two people, including a teenager, were injured early Sunday in a shooting at a 24-hour art festival in Trenton, New Jersey, the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office said. More>>

Father-daughter duo share unique hobby

It was a special Father's Day in Adams County for one father and daughter duo. More>>

Man trapped in burning truck saved by bystanders

A man was trapped in a burning vehicle after a crash that was caused by a diabetic shock. More>>

TRAFFIC: Eastbound I-84 reopens after 12+ hour roadblocks due to fiery overnight crash

UPDATE:The eastbound lanes of Interstate 84 are no longer blocked. More>>

Conservationists helping paddlefish make comeback at Caddo Lake

Caddo Lake isn't just a jewel in the crown of natural wetlands around the world – it's also home to a unique fish that first appeared millions of years before dinosaurs roamed the earth. More>>

At-risk Clarksville woman found safe

Clarksville police say they have located a woman who went missing after reporting a domestic dispute with a stranger's phone. More>>

Northam announces 1.2 million dollar grant for school security

Gov. Ralph Northam announced on Thursday that a grant worth $1.265 million will go to helping localities and school resource officers provide better school security. More>>

Golden bike shop targeted by smash-and-grab thieves; nearly $50K in high-end bikes stolen

A bike shop in Golden was the target of at least two smash-and-grab thieves who took nearly $50,000 in high-end bikes early Saturday morning. More>>

Health officials issue excessive heat, air quality health advisory for New Yorkers

Expected temperatures in the 90s on Monday and excessive levels of ozone Sunday could both cause health issues for New Yorkers, officials warned. More>>

Community members protest Lake Okeechobee releas

Community members took to the Matanzas pass bridge beaded toward Fort Myers Beach to speak out against the release of water from Lake Okeechobee into the Gulf of Mexico. Several dozen people braved the heat for hours,... More>>

Attempted carjacking victim shares experience to help others

A woman confronted by a gunman right in front of her west Nashville home shared her terrifying story in hopes it will help protect others. More>>

Crews work into the night to fight Provo Canyon wildfire

Fire crews are working to extinguish a wildfire burning near Vivian Park in Provo Canyon. The fire started late Saturday afternoon, forcing the evacuation of a handful of houses. More>>

More than 200 animals vaccinated in memory of local officer

A local woman was honored for her volunteer work and passion to save animals in need. More>>

Monsoon rolls into the state with a stormy Saturday

This year's monsoon season is officially just a day old, but it's already brought us wet weather, cloudy skies and cooler temperatures. More>>

Locals continue to mourn fallen deputies

People across the KC metro continue to mourn the loss of the two deputies who were shot Friday and died from their injuries. More>>

The beach is empty near Fairhope pier after woman's confirmed case of vibrio

A Robertsdale woman is suffering from a case of Vibrio. The woman said she went to the beach near Fairhope Pier with an open wound. Some people are now taking notice. More>>

3 Inmates escaped from jail in boxers. Authorities say a guard helped them

A manhunt is underway for three inmates who escaped from a jail in New Mexico with the help of a guard, authorities said. More>>

Kilauea volcano destroys 467 Hawaiian homes, officials say

Lava from the Kilauea volcano, which erupted more than a month ago, now covers 5,914 acres, or 9.24 square miles, the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency said Saturday. More>>

Inmate who allegedly shot deputies has long criminal record

Two Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office deputies and a suspect were shot outside the county courthouse on Friday, leading to the death of both deputies. More>>

Perry Park residents mitigating wildfire danger

As firefighters continue to battle wildfires burning in Colorado, communities are doing their part to get ahead of the dry season and lower the fire risk around their homes. Perry Park residents are currently creating... More>>

Police: Three arrested for beating and holding a woman hostage at Ocala hotel

Two women and a man are behind bars after beating and holding a woman against her will at an Ocala hotel. More>>

Baby goat found in hot car outside Las Vegas casino will now help kids

A baby goat who was near death a few times in the first month of her life is doing great now. More>>

Spain's king says his country's influence in Louisiana is often overlooked

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain spent Friday evening touring the Cabildo and Saint Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. More>>

Deputies: Teen, friend steal grandparents' cash, spark deadly Yamhill Co. blaze

Deputies with the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office are holding a 14-year-old boy on murder charges after they say he set fire to his grandparent's home early Wednesday morning. More>>

DNA evidence leads to arrest in more than 30-year-old rape case in St. Pete

DNA evidence led investigators to an arrest in a St. Pete rape case from 1986. More>>

Juvenile charged with murder after missing cancer patient Denita Satchwell discovered dead

Six days after she left her Covington home without warning or medication, 58-year-old cancer patient Denita Satchwell was discovered dead Friday in a wooded area near Rabbit Hash, Kentucky. Police said they believe a... More>>

MCSO forms team to track fugitives & tackle 31,000 unserved felony warrants

A special team within the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has been working to locate and arrest people wanted on felony warrants. The Fugitive Apprehension Tactical Enforcement (FATE) team includes nine investigators... More>>

Count My Vote asks Utah Supreme Court to throw out signature removal process

Backers of the Count My Vote initiative that Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox ruled failed to qualify for the November ballot asked the Utah Supreme Court Friday to throw out a provision in the law allowing for voter signatures to be... More>>

Former Honolulu sportscaster is dead after he was beaten into a coma

Former Honolulu sportscaster John Noland died Friday evening after he was beaten into a coma last weekend. More>>

Youth leaders look at new Pat Summitt statue as inspiration for girls

Friday was a big day for the history of Tennessee athletics. Clarksville unveiled a statue of legendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt. Some said the statue could serve as a major inspiration. More>>

13-Year-old battling cancer for third time

At just 13-years-old, Xavier Escamilla is dealing with his third brush of leukemia. More>>

Grandma attacked, kills bobcat with bare hands

A north Georgia grandma killed a rabid bobcat with her bare hands. She was attacked in her driveway as her 5-year-old granddaughter slept inside. More>>

Local Coast Guard members honored for relief efforts during hurricanes

As the Gulf Coast braces for another potentially active hurricane season, local Coast Guard members are being honored for stepping up during last year's devastating storms. They were on the front lines for Harvey, Irma,... More>>

Man sentenced to 15 years in prison for Shawnee Walmart attack

A man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for an attack at a Shawnee Walmart in 2016. More>>

97-Year-old Air Force veteran gets back in the cockpit

Giving veterans the chance to fly again. The Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation was at the Capital City Airport. More>>

FD: 1 person suffers possible life-threatening injuries in Manchester fire

1 person was transported to the hospital with possible life-threatening injuries following a house fire in Manchester on Saturday morning, according to Fire Chief David Billings. More>>

Fire ravages Glasgow School of Art building for the second time in 4 years

A fire has devastated the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland for the second time in four years. More>>

Multiple people shot at Atlanta grocery store

According to the DeKalb County Police Department, multiple people were shot near the Kroger grocery store on Wesley Chapel Road. More>>

90-Year-old woman invents pulley system to get mail

One woman in Canton needed to find a solution to a daily problem. More>>

Children found unattended, babysitter was drunk

Middletown police arrested a woman who was allegedly intoxicated while babysitting two children. More>>

Man barricaded himself inside armored vehicle near Hoover Dam

Nevada Highway Patrol reported Friday afternoon of a man barricading himself inside an armored vehicle near the Hoover Dam Bridge Bypass near U.S. Highway 93. More>>

Shooting that killed one child likely caused by road rage, police say

Road rage was likely the cause of a shooting outside a business complex in Westminster, Colorado, on Thursday that left one child dead and three others injured, according to police. More>>

Police: Marine binds and kills ex-girlfriend, leaves body in bleachers

20-year-old Jasmine Pierce-Morris was found dead in the bleachers of a Northeast Baltimore football field, her body in the kneeling position face down in a pool of blood and her hands bound with rope. More>>

Kansas parents may be stuck with $132,000 bill after kid knocks over sculpture

Two parents may be stuck with a $132,000 bill after their child damaged a sculpture inside the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center in Overland Park, Kansas. More>>

Man exonerated after 41 years in prison speaks to WMU Cooley Law students

Ledura Watkins walked out of the Wayne County Jail a free man a year ago today. It's a place he said he shouldn't have stepped foot in in the first place. Watkins addressed a crowd of Western Michigan University Cooley Law... More>>

Video: Woman arrested after fit of rage at Planet Fitness

A woman was arrested after damaging equipment during a fit of rage at a Grand Rapids fitness center. More>>

Man arrested after drunkenly returning rental car to wrong company, threatening employees

A New York man is facing a charge of Disorderly Intoxication after an incident at a car rental desk at Southwest Florida International Airport. More>>

Dad goes above and beyond for daughter after her cancer diagnosis

On June 7, 2017, the lives of Alejandro Ceballos and his daughter Keyla's lives changed forever. More>>

Family still fights for closure 18 years after Father's Day crash kills son, paralyzes mother

This Father's Day weekend marks 18 years since a terrible car crash claimed the life of a teenager from Cherokee County and investigators say the man who hit the family's car was in this country illegally. More>>

Experts say locking up firearms reduces chance of youth suicide

The number of youth dying by suicide has tripled in the state of Utah in the past decade. Lawmakers, activists, and educators are now learning that half of those between the ages of 10 and 17 who took their own life last... More>>

Legionella Bacteria Found In VA Hospital Water Fountains

The water fountains at the Pettis VA Medical Center in Loma Linda are out of service because evidence of Legionella, the bacteria that can cause Legionnaire's disease, was found during the most recent quarterly water... More>>

Philadelphia Eagles Receive Their Super Bowl Rings

The moment we've all been waiting for… the Philadelphia Eagles received their Super Bowl rings and they are stunning! More>>

Dallas County Judge Offers To Help Feds Take Care Of Immigrant Children

People in Dallas joined other cities Thursday evening protesting the separation of immigrant children from their parents by the Trump Administration. More>>

Candidate Sprays Himself In The Face With Pepper Spray In Campaign Ad

There are plenty of videos on YouTube of people spraying themselves in the face with pepper spray - but most of them aren't congressional campaign ads. More>>

Lawsuit: First Watch filled pregnant woman's to-go cup with degreaser instead of green tea

A Florence couple is suing First Watch claiming a restaurant employee gave the then-pregnant wife a to-go cup filled with degreaser instead of the green tea she ordered. More>>

Study detected carcinogens up to 100 feet away from a structure fire

A new study confirms what firefighters have feared for a while, that crews working outside of a burning building are breathing in cancer-causing toxins with no protection. Now, Palm Beach County firefighters are using... More>>

Boy killed, mother and child critically wounded in parking lot shooting

Police say a shooting in a Westminster parking lot Thursday afternoon left a boy dead and his mother and brother with life-threatening injuries. More>>

Must-watch videos of the week

Comedians roast the Trump-Kim summit, CNN's Brooke Baldwin takes a stand on equal pay, dashcam captures a cop's heroic moment saving a toddler. These are the videos you don't want to miss this week. More>>

Dragonfly Movement helps girls celebrate themselves, find their tribe

In the social media age, anxiety, depression and social pressures experienced by girls seem to be on the rise, but a new organization is empowering young women to love and accept themselves above all else. More>>

City of Chicago evicts homeless from downtown camp

Today is the deadline for homeless people living along Lower Wacker Drive. More>>

Lawmaker blocks bid to criminalize upskirting in the UK

A UK lawmaker has blocked a bid to criminalize upskirting, the practice of filming up people's clothing to see their genitals or underwear, just hours after the government announced its support for the measure. More>>

Man rescued from Missouri River after reportedly being in water for 3 days

A man has been rescued from the Missouri River northwest of Parkville after he said he'd spent three days in the water. More>>

See how the Phoenix Zoo keeps its animals cool during Arizona's summer months

Animals are a lot like people. They get hungry and tired, and can even show signs of dehydration when the temperatures rise. More>>

Stephen Hawking's voice bound for a black hole 3,500 light years away

Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking spent his life teaching the world about space, so it is only fitting that part of him will end up among the stars. More>>

Banksy print stolen from Toronto exhibit, police say

A surveillance video shows a man with half of his face covered, cautiously entering an art exhibit in Toronto and then darting away clutching a Banksy print. More>>

Dog suddenly dies during trip to Petco for vaccination

Chi Chi always loved a good scratch, but her family now only has pictures to remember her after they say she died during a trip to Petco. More>>

Unique bonded pair of dogs need a forever home

A Home 4 Spot Animal Rescue needs your help finding a unique pair of dogs a forever home. More>>

Authorities find 51 of 76 missing children during sweep

A collaborative effort across Genesee County brought 51 of 76 children reported missing back into safe hands. More>>

Man arrested for fatal hit-and-run 7 years later

FHP arrested a man in Polk County for a fatal hit-and-run from 2011. More>>

Runaway Bulldozer Crashes Into Home

A runaway bulldozer heavily damaged part of a home in Lackawanna County on Thursday. More>>

Good Samaritans help person from capsized boat

Good Samaritans helped out a boater after a vessel capsized Thursday. More>>

Security camera catches postal worker throwing package

A Boynton Beach homeowner is upset after a United State Postal worker threw his package at his house and onto his driveway. More>>

Paralyzed football player taking on new role on the field

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