A group of children in Colorado is showing polio-like symptoms, and doctors wonder if it may be linked to a nationwide enterovirus outbreak.
Robots developed at Fort Hays State University are set to help autistic students at a Kansas school.
The man suspected of beheading a woman and stabbing another woman at his Oklahoma workplace had recently been fired, Moore police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis said Friday, citing investigators' interviews with people.
Tourism officials in southwestern China have come up with a novel way to promote their region as a wedding destination: a dress with a two-and-a-half-mile train.
An American soldier was shot twice by German police after drunkenly rampaging through a hospital with a fire extinguisher, officials said.
A six-year old in Florida is credited for saving his fathers life with a call to 911.
Zookeeprs at the Cincinnati Zoo will don gorilla suits while caring for a newborn gorilla abandoned by her mother.
Publix pharmacist pays for customer's prescription out of her own pocket when she learn's the young mother can't afford her medication.
The FDNY says three retired firefighters who worked at ground zero died on the same day from 9/11-related illnesses.
Aviation officers at New Mexico's Albuquerque International Airport arrested a man who allegedly left 139 pounds of pot in a rental car and then returned to try to get it back.
Staff rallies around restaurant's new owner and donate time to help keep the doors open.
A construction firm apologized "several times" and German police are investigating after bricks were laid in a new pedestrian walkway in a swastika shape.
Wesleyan University officials announced Monday that residential fraternities will be required to accept women and men as full members.
Thrift store workers find $5,000 stuffed in shoe, work to find rightful owner.
A UPS worker shot dead two co-workers before killing himself at a Birmingham, Alabama, plant on Tuesday morning, police said. No details have been released about a motive.
It’s never too early to start preparing for the zombie apocalypse — at least in Kansas.
Houston, Texas residents say recently installed statue belongs in a strip club, not on the street.
people just give their two weeks' notice when they quit their job. Others give a notice that will be remembered for much longer than two weeks.
91-year-old World War II vet surprised with birthday flight on a B-29, just like he flew during the war.
Generous couple donates funds to help pay for Texas couple's wedding thanks to furniture ad on Craigslist.
Shark takes bite out of surfer's foot off Florida's New Smyrna Beach.
Some cheerleaders are facing serious threats from across the country, all because they took part in a simple prayer.
A happy ending to a love story that spans decades.
When Texas teens Anahi Alvarez and Naomi Martinez were nominated for homecoming queen at Grand Prairie High School, they made a secret, selfless pact.
Austin Smith has cerebral palsy and is quarterback for his team in the Challenger League. He finally got to meet his hero, NFL quarterback Cam Newton.
Colorado couple weds in hospital chapel so bride's terminally ill mother can attend.
School bus rolls over feet of 5-year-old as he's waiting to board.
An 8-year-old boy in Germany helped catch his own mother speeding in a school zone, according to police.
Infant found alive after flood waters destroy his home, washing him from his crib.
Michigan woman delivers baby hours after fighting off purse snatcher.
Customer gives cashier $1,000 to pay for orders behind him, buying dinner for 88 more customers.
Families of wedding party say they haven't heard from them since Hurricane Odile struck.
Tennessee teen airlifted to hospital after father forces him to drink liquor...as punishment for previous drinking.
Six more people join lawsuit against edible marijuana vendor accused of passing out THC-laced samples that were labeled "pot free".
Bus driver pushes child to safety, sacrificing her own life, when safety drill turns into real-life deadly accident.
Ohio school superintendent holds mother's diamond ring until she can pay son's summer school tuition.
It's not quite an HOV lane, but one funeral home in Michigan has introduced a new addition: a drive-thru casket viewing option.
A 93-year-old German has been charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for serving as a Nazi SS guard at Adolf Hitler’s Auschwitz death camp, prosecutors announced Monday.
A Little Rock, Arkansas family had an unwanted visitor on its front porch and it wasn't a solicitor. It was a 5-foot-long snake.
Coach's cancer battle inspires him to create special day for developmentally challenged athletes.
An Oregon oral surgeon sparked controversy when he fired a longtime employee after she was diagnosed with cancer, the Beaver County Times reported.
Body odor is among 52 criteria that officials at San Diego International Airport use to judge taxi drivers. Cabbies say that smacks of prejudice and discrimination.
When Jenny and Alan Buchanan became foster parents to Mark in November 2010, the 6-month-old infant was blind, deaf and stiff from cerebral palsy, all the result of abusive head trauma, more commonly known as “shaken baby syndrome.”
A lawyer for the man accused of murdering his five children says he is mentally ill. Timothy Ray Jones Jr. chose not to appear in court for an initial hearing Friday, but he met with attorneys hired by his family to work with the public defender assigned to his case. "It’s clear and evident that he is suffering from a serious untreated mental illness," one of the lawyer, Aimee Zmroczck, told NBC News.
Rob Maness, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, worked at the Pentagon when it was hit by a terrorist attack on 9/11.
Texas mom says school took corporal punishment too far with her 7th grade son.
A 4-year-old Texas girl is safe and back with her family after being left on a sweltering school bus for several hours Wednesday.
Detectives found 50 dead cats in four freezers at the home of a South Florida man after serving a warrant for child pornography.
Photo of Indianapolis police officer giving homeless man a new pair of boots goes viral.
Lieutenant Colonel Sherwood Baker says he is just a father who was trying to help his daughter find her way at her new high school.