"Cleanup" at Kentucky cemetery results in pile of trashed grave markers and other decorations, outraging families.
Police say a Florida father beat an 18-year-old man unconscious after he caught him sexually abusing his 11-year-old son.
When a deadly amoeba was found in Louisiana's municipal water supply last fall, questions and concerns about the safety of drinking water swirled across every part of the state.
There are numerous first aid apps to help you and your pets this Summer if emergency first aid is needed. Mike Wendland reports
They thought they had no time to spare. Shoppers in a strip center parking lot taking matters into their own hands, after noticing two small children in a hot jeep.
Annabelle Earl, a hopeful romantic from the New York City borough of Brooklyn, had heard about the joys of being in a wedding party from her baby-sitter's daughter.
Between travel, vacations, and sending the kids off to camp, summer can be a hot time for identity theft.
Health officials are warning of a rare brain-eating amoeba lurking in warm freshwater.
When going on the road this Summer you can use tech devices to add to the enjoyment of your vacation. Mike Wendland reports
Young shark victim says he won't shy away from the water.
Simple precautions can help parents avoid deadly mistakes.
A 2-year-old girl has died after being found unresponsive in a car in El Paso, Texas over the weekend.
There's now another reason to call it "Christmas in July."
The nation's second legal recreational marijuana market is opening in Washington state Tuesday, but it might not be what voters expected when they legalized the sale of heavily taxed pot a year and a half ago.
Many Americans are stocking up on fireworks and sparklers in preparation for a 4th of July celebration, but new government statistics show a recent rise in fireworks-related injuries.
There's always something new to see or hear in the French Quarter, from musicians to artists and even dancers.
From the grocery store to the gas pumps, Americans will spend more to celebrate the Independence Day holiday this year.
Imagine depositing a check at your local bank for $430 but getting credit for $43,000. Police say that's what happened to a Roswell, New Mexico man.
A Mississippi girl who was asked to leave a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant because of her facial scars is getting some medical help.
A Sulphur man went toe-to-toe with an 11-foot alligator, leaving him with 80 stitches in one hand, but he lived to tell the tale.
A Port Charlotte, Florida woman is charged with child abuse, after police say she intentionally burned her two young children with a hot stick so she would know they were hers.
A Pine Bluff alderman's plan to criminalize 'saggy pants' failed during a council meeting.
A Louisiana woman is suing Florida's Clay County Sheriff's Office after she spent a month in jail for crimes committed by a woman with her same name.
There's a special occasion this weekend that you may have forgotten, but don't worry, chances are your father probably forgot, too.
After swimming 25 miles in nearly 15 hours, Matt Moseley crawled ashore to a crowd of cheering and adoring fans and supporters. He topped it off with a bottle of champagne, but by the end Moseley was filled with joy, pride and fatigue.
There's something for adults and children at the movies this weekend.
Rhode Island kindergarten teacher teaches philosophy and yoga to her young students.
The days of asking a friend to rub sunscreen on your back could soon be a thing of the past.
You might want to take a closer look at your grocery bill. If you haven't noticed already, milk prices are way up from where they were a year ago.
A Mount Carmel, Illinois family is counting their blessings after their pet saved their lives.
New Orleans homicide detective Charles Hoffacker has channeled many of his gritty street experiences as a cop into a second career as a cutting edge artist.
Thousands gathered Saturday to pay tribute to the life and legacy of famed poet and Arkansas native Maya Angelou.
Marine adopts dog that served beside him four years ago in Afghanistan.
Employee finds loaded handgun on toy aisle in South Carolina Target store.
NASA hopes to put a man on Mars, but the first step is building a spaceship for a trip to the moon or an asteroid first.
Scientists carry out tests to determine source of 19th-century book's binding They say they are confident it's of human origin
A Durham, North Carolina organization that provides diapers for families in need is trying to recover after someone broke into its facility and stole 13,000 diapers.
NASA officials are planning a test launch of a developmental spacecraft at the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility on the Hawaiian island of Kauai that could happen on one of six days between now and June 13.
About 25-hundred teenagers die each year in car accidents.
A convenience store clerk and store owner fought back during an armed robbery early Friday morning in Daytona Beach, Florida.
A 19-month-old boy remained in critical condition in an induced coma at an Atlanta hospital Friday after authorities trying to capture a suspected meth dealer threw a flash grenade into the baby's crib.
A Utah high school's decision to airbrush yearbook photos of girls who were “in violation of the dress code" has students, parents and rape-recovery advocates dismayed.
As pirates go, the name "Blackbeard" is one of the most famous or "infamous". His newest incarnation comes to TV tonight right here on NBC.
For those already afraid of heights, this story may cause some anxiety.
A Columbus boy continues to recover after being pulled from the Tennessee-Tombigbee River on Memorial Day.
The south Louisiana town of Belle Rose in Assumption Parish had an unusual problem during Wednesday’s wet weather.
Rapper 50 Cent demonstrates that some things are better left to the pros.
The summer long talent search known as "America's Got Talent" begins anew tonight on KTVE.
Many school students had the day off today, but classes were in session in Livingston Parish. I caught up with one parent who says, his kid shouldn't have been in class because it's disrespectful.
After several disappointing months, new and existing home sales finally picked up in April.