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South Carolina lacks the lethal injection drugs needed to execute inmate

South Carolina lacks the drugs it needs to execute a death row inmate, who was scheduled to die on December 1. More>>

New York terror attack suspect indicted on 22 charges

The suspect in New York's deadliest terror attack since 9/11 was indicted Tuesday on murder and terror-related charges, the US Attorney's office for the Southern District of New York said. More>>

Man killed in Willard garage was 'bludgeoned and bound,' warrant says

An Ohio man who was found dead in a Willard resident's garage had been tied up and beaten, according to a newly unsealed search warrant. More>>

How Sweden's arctic 'millipede town' Kiruna is slowly moving

Kiruna, a town in northern Sweden, is on the move. Located in Lapland, within the Arctic Circle, the town and many of its 18,000 residents are being relocated to New Kiruna, two miles (3.2 kilometers) to the east over the... More>>

Two arrested, one at large for internet scheme

A Gwinnett County man and woman created an elaborate airline ticket and internet scam that cost one woman nearly $2,000 and ultimately led to their arrest in Snellville. More>>

Albino deer accidentally shot in Wisconsin

A rare albino deer was accidentally shot and killed over the weekend in Pepin County, according to the Wisconsin DNR. More>>

Two Boise men charged in BB gun spree

Two Boise men have been charged in connection with a BB gun shooting spree that police say caused more than $50,000 worth of damage. More>>

Homeless Navy Vet Given Apartment in Senior Community

After being homeless for nearly five years, Keith Lozier has a place of his own. More>>

Man Dies After Trying to Rescue Dogs From Inside Burning RV in Rancho Park: LAFD

A 46-year-old man died on Monday after attempting to rescue his dogs from inside a burning recreational vehicle in Rancho Park, authorities said. More>>

Courtroom packed when Ex-UHart student faces a judge in bullying case

The courtroom was packed on Tuesday morning when a former University of Hartford student accused of smearing bodily fluids on her roommate's belongings made a court appearance. More>>

Extra security at Moanalua High School Friday, after threats were made against students on social media

Extra security was in place at Moanalua High School Friday, after threats against some students were made on social media. More>>

Disturbing video shows deplorable conditions in Utah turkey farm

A Utah turkey company is under fire from an animal activist group, after the group released photos and videos allegedly showing deplorable conditions and disturbing health problems at a Moroni turkey farm. More>>

Racine proposed ordinance could fine parents up to $1,000 if child is caught bullying

Parents may be paying a big price if their kids bully other students in Racine -- up to $1,000. More>>

Christmas tree shortage has family-owned lots worried about future

We know it's a bit early to talk about Christmas, but after Thanksgiving dinner when you head out this weekend to shop, you may want to add a Christmas tree to that list because they're going fast. More>>

Shaw residents express concerns about robberies at neighborhood meeting

St. Louis police are investigating nearly 10 robberies some connected to carjackings since late October in the Shaw neighborhood. More>>

First Responders Help Santa Clarita Boy With Autism Celebrate 5th Birthday After All His Friends Decline Party Invite

A Canyon Country mother's heartbreaking Facebook post about no friends attending her 5-year-old son's birthday party ended up with numerous strangers going to the event Saturday, including personnel from the Los Angeles... More>>

Man takes 106 mile run to help the hungry in Arizona

A man's desire to help the hungry in southern Arizona has led him to run 106 miles in under 30 hours. More>>

Missing Jeff City teens could be headed to St. Louis

Two missing teens from Jefferson City could be on the way to St. Louis. More>>

Hazleton Man Dies from Apparent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

A man is dead and his family was hospitalized. Police say it's a case of carbon monoxide poisoning. More>>

Roy Halladay's Father opens up about his son, baseball and flying

Roy Halladay, the pitcher, was known for his arm on the baseball diamond. Roy Halladay, the man, had a love for the skies and flying. The latter would be the last thing he did. More>>

Feed A Friend, UNC Provide Fixin's for a Feast

It's the payoff of your generosity and a lot of hard work by the United Neighborhood Centers along with WNEP's Feed A Friend food drive. More>>

Cancer survivor scales Mt. Kilimanjaro with doctor who saved his life

Four years ago, a local man was given a five percent chance of survival after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. This month, he returned from climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro with the doctor who saved his life. More>>

Fort Smith Man Sentenced To 125 Years In Prison For Distributing Meth

A Fort Smith man has been sentenced to more than a century in prison due distributing methamphetamine, according to Fort Smith police. More>>

City Council Member & Pastor Don Hutchings Announces He Will Run For Fort Smith Mayor

There is a new candidate running for the position of Fort Smith Mayor in the 2018 election. More>>

Pharmacists start campaign to lower prescription drug prices

Michigan pharmacists are trying to lower the cost of your prescriptions and are asking you to stand up with them against inflated and shadowy pricing practices. More>>

ACLU demands benefits for Flint water crisis children

A civil rights group wants every child living through the ongoing water crisis to be screened for health and educational disabilities and they are taking the state to court over it. More>>

Verruckt still stands one year after Caleb Schwab's death

It has been more than a year since 10-year-old was killed on the Verruckt waterslide at Schlitterbahn, but the slide he died on still stands today. More>>

Puppy sworn in as Hamden K9 officer

His days might be numbered, but thanks to a loving owner and a local police department, a puppy with a bad heart and a bucket list, is now an honorary K9. More>>

Bay City council moves forward with anti-discrimination ordinance

Do business owners have a right to deny someone service based on their beliefs? More>>

Christmas tree shortage has family-owned lots worried about future

e know it's a bit early to talk about Christmas, but after Thanksgiving dinner when you head out this weekend to shop, you may want to add a Christmas tree to that list because they're going fast. More>>

What's next after implosion of Georgia Dome?

Now that the Georgia Dome is gone, CBS46 is looking at what's next. We know the site where it once stood will become a new place for sports fans and other visitors to enjoy the city. More>>

Board of Regents completes review of KSU following cheerleading controversy

The University System of Georgia Board of Regents has completed their review of Kennesaw State University President Sam Olens' actions, as well as that of the school, following the controversial episode involving five... More>>

Chesapeake man guilty of murdering father, brother sentenced to life in prison

A Chesapeake man who pleaded guilty to murdering two of his family members was sentenced Monday to two life sentences in prison, plus 23 years. More>>

AAA predicts 1 million Virginians will travel for Thanksgiving

More Virginians are spending their Thanksgiving holiday away from home this year. More>>

Elderly man found naked in feces while caregivers fled hurricane

The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office arrested two caregivers accused of neglecting the elderly after a man was found naked on the floor lying in his feces after Hurricane Irma. More>>

Local church to help feed 10,000 people this Thanksgiving

The average cost of this year's Thanksgiving feast for 10 is just under $50, according to the Farm Bureau. While it's expected to be the cheapest it's been in four years, some families still won't be able to afford a... More>>

44-Foot poboy commemorates 44th anniversary of Bayou Classic in N.O.

News With a Twist anchor LBJ was helped state and city officials kick off the week-long series of events culminating with the 2017 Bayou Classic this morning. More>>

North Shore officers find 3 pounds of pot, crack, gun at felon's home in Lacombe

After spending a month investigating a convicted felon they thought was selling drugs out of his home, officers in St. Tammany Parish discovered three pounds of marijuana, crack cocaine, pills, and a handgun inside the... More>>

Harrisburg teachers share horror stories that have prompted dozens of resignations

City teachers pleaded with district administrators Monday to help support them as they deal with what they are calling an unprecedented level of misbehavior among children, some of which is resulting in physical violence... More>>

Man sentenced to nearly two years in prison for posing as an Eastern High School student

A man has been sentenced for posing as an Eastern High School student, assaulting a female and fleeing police. More>>

Truck crashes into Phoenix auto repair shop

A truck crashed into an auto repair shop early Tuesday morning in Phoenix. More>>

Mother arrested for abandoning infant in Mesa in 2016

A woman has been arrested after police said she left a newborn baby in a car seat in a front yard in Mesa in 2016. More>>

Whitefish is halting Puerto Rico power repairs, claiming it's owed $83 million

Whitefish Energy is stopping its work to restore Puerto Rico's broken electricity grid because the company says it is owed more than $83 million by the island's power authority. More>>

4 People unaccounted for after nursing home fire

Four people remain unaccounted for after a nursing home fire in West Chester, Pennsylvania, last week. More>>

Groups in Dallas make sure everyone's eating this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving's still a few days away, but we know your stomach's already growling. More>>

State officials: Youth suicides in Georgia 'at an all-time high'

Youth suicides in Georgia have been spiking in recent years, causing alarm among officials at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and prompting a summit at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville on... More>>

Peachtree Ridge students design app to diagnose plant diseases

For most students, summer vacation is a relief from the daily school grind, a time to catch up on sleep, take family vacations or maybe even work a part-time job. But for Peachtree Ridge High School seniors Nile Ravenell... More>>

Women's Resource Center helps women in need get their life back on track

Empowering, educating and giving back independence: those are the goals behind the Women's Resource Center in Grand Rapids. More>>

Nebraska approves path for controversial Keystone XL pipeline

Nebraska officials voted Monday to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to cross the state, a key step toward the completion of the Keystone Pipeline network. More>>

Burned Body Found Near Fayetteville Trail; Investigation Underway

A body was found Saturday (Nov. 18) afternoon at the 1700 block of S. Razorback near the Town Branch Trail, according to Fayetteville Police Sgt. Anthony Murphy. More>>

'I just hit a brick wall': Tragedy spurs woman to leave career, open yoga studio

Sometimes you don't just need a change of pace. Sometimes you need to start over. More>>

Sutherland Institute leader says he won't run for Senate

Sutherland Institute President Boyd Matheson said Monday he will not run for the Utah Senate seat currently held by fellow Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch. More>>

A man in prison for 11 years uses his fingers to paint and is now selling them in Frisco!

To the naked eye, the video looks like a montage of beautiful paintings - and they are - but they're so much more than that. More>>

Woman, children safe after 6-hour SWAT standoff at North Salt Lake home

A man was arrested early Monday morning after a six-hour standoff with SWAT teams while his wife and children were in the home, according to North Salt Lake police. More>>

Latoya Cantrell elected first female mayor of New Orleans in historic win

New Orleans voters have elected City Councilwoman Latoya Cantrell as the city's first female black mayor. More>>

Antioch church member honored for bravery during shooting

A special ceremony was held Monday for the Midstate woman who helped to save her minister's life after a gunman opened fire at her church in Antioch. More>>

Volunteers assemble 600 Thanksgiving baskets

Volunteers assembled 600 Thanksgiving baskets on Saturday at the Union Gospel Mission in Downtown Portland. More>>

Norwood police want a better system for helping people with autism

When Arnaldo Rios sat down in the middle of a Miami street with a flashing metal object in his hand, police didn't recognize it as a toy car. They didn't recognize the man attempting to talk Rios down as a caretaker. And... More>>

Missing man with Alzheimer's found safe in Murfreesboro

UPDATE: Police say Taylor was found safe at a convenience store at the corner of Compton Road and Memorial Boulevard in Murfreesboro. More>>

Connecticut mother denied stay, expected to deported after 25 years in the U.S.

A mother from Stamford, who has lived in the United States for 25 years, was denied a stay on Monday afternoon and is slated to be deported. More>>

Toddler pulled from pond in West Boca Raton dies

A toddler died Sunday after being pulled from a pond inside the Meadow Lakes development in west Boca Raton. More>>

Man hospitalized after retirement community catches fire in KCK

A Kansas City, KS, retirement community had to be evacuated and one man was taken to the hospital after a fire early Monday morning. More>>

Women's expo brings awareness to bone marrow donation program

Forty-six area vendors set up shop for the 2017 Fall Women's Expo. More>>

Greensboro church spends Sunday packing Thanksgiving meals for 1,000 families

A Greensboro church spent the day helping families in need. More>>

Small group gathers to protest Confederate flag flying outside Montomery County volunteer fire department

A small group of people gathered in Troy to protest a Confederate flag flying outside a volunteer fire department in Montgomery County on Saturday. More>>

Keystone XL Pipeline approved on 3-2 vote with alternative route

The Nebraska Public Service Commission has approved the Keystone XL Pipeline, but with an alternative route. It went through on a 3-2 vote. More>>

PD: Mother shoots daughter's ex-boyfriend in Glendale

A mother shot her daughter's ex-boyfriend after he attacked her in Glendale on Sunday night, according to police. More>>

Rabies confirmed in animals found in Superstition Mountain area

Public health officials in Pinal and Maricopa counties said Friday that the Arizona Department of Health Services laboratory has confirmed at least two cases of rabies from animals near the Superstition Mountains. More>>

'Mr. Black Friday' cuts ties with Best Buy

Jarvis Johnson the man known as "Mr. Black Friday" has for the past 11 years camped out front of Best Buy to be first in line for Black Friday, but not anymore. More>>

William and Mary increases tuition for incoming freshmen

William and Mary revealed that it will increase tuition for incoming in-state undergraduate students arriving in fall of 2018. More>>

Chesapeake man guilty of murdering father, brother to be sentenced

A Chesapeake man who pleaded guilty to murdering two of his family members will be sentenced Monday. More>>

Lafourche Parish Sheriff: Sex traffickers are not putting stickers on your car

The Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office has stepped in to clear up rumors that have been swirling around social media sites concerning small stickers and dots of paint on cars. More>>

Georgia Dome implosion impacts traffic, MARTA

The time finally came for the city of Atlanta to say farewell to the Georgia Dome. The stadium was imploded at 7:30 a.m. Monday morning. More>>

Family receives special memento before Georgia Dome implosion

As residents in Atlanta prepared to say goodbye to the Georgia Dome, we're hearing about special memories from inside the 25-year-old stadium. More>>

Crews knock down Georgia Dome

The Georgia Dome is now a distant memory after the stadium was imploded early Monday morning. More>>

Gunman sought after Pennsylvania officer killed during traffic stop

Investigators have identified a suspect in the death of a western Pennsylvania police officer who was gunned down during a traffic stop. More>>

'I will kill you': Neighbor recalls California shooter's threats

Volunteer firefighter Johnny Phommathep could hear the trouble next door loud and clear. The screaming. The threats. The gunfire. It was all too clear what could happen. And then it did happen -- a deadly rampage in his... More>>

Couple shot in church while discussing gun safety, police say

A call to police about "shots fired" at a church in eastern Tennessee turned out to be an accidental shooting during a discussion on using weapons to protect the congregation, police say. More>>

Head of Puerto Rico's electric power authority resigns

The embattled head of Puerto Rico's power authority stepped down Friday, nearly two months after Hurricane Maria left much of the island without electricity. More>>

Interfaith organizations call for state rep to apologize for his comments

A pair of organizations are calling on a local politician to walk back on the comments he made more than five years ago. More>>

PD: Man nearly steals two trains from Phoenix rail yard

A man caught in the engineer's seat of a locomotive nearly pushed enough buttons and pulled enough levers to steal the train. More>>

Some say monster homes bringing monster problems

When residents moved into a 9th avenue residence, they brought a fleet of limousines with them. More>>

NJ children's hospital welcomes first full-time facility dog

Burton, a 20-month-old golden retriever, is the first four-legged full-time employee of the Children's Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick and the first in the state. More>>

Driver shot, killed in Indian River County road-rage incident; gunman claims self-defense

The Indian River County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deadly shooting that appeared to be the result of a road-rage incident. In a 911 call released Friday the self-admitted shooter claims self-defense. More>>

Dog dies after eating rat poison in backyard

Kim Bilyeu has dedicated so much of her life to rescuing dogs, but when her own dog was poisoned in her own backyard, there was nothing she could do. More>>

Child left behind at Michael's in Encinitas reunited with parents, deputies say

A 3 or 4-year-old boy found wandering alone inside a store in Encinitas Thursday morning was reunited with his parents, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. More>>

Flint man who had brain surgery says tilted sidewalk could kill him Bad sidewalk is extreme danger to Flint man

A Flint sidewalk that is dangerously buckled is a big worry to a man who recently had brain surgery. More>>

'Operation Christmas Child' Gifts Ready for Shipment

Boxes upon boxes filled the offices at Moosic Alliance Community Church Thursday. More>>

New Orleans artist creates mural that can be seen from space

Artist John Bukaty sees murals everywhere, but most of them haven't been painted yet. More>>

Center gives free glasses to group of refugees

A group of refugees in Kansas City lined up in the cold on Thursday morning to get eyeglasses. More>>

PD: Mother, father arrested after baby smelling like 'rotten flesh' tests positive for meth

A mother and father in Lakeland have been arrested after a 9-month-old child tested positive for Methamphetamine, according to police. More>>

1 Arrested in Hit-and-Run That Killed Marine Vet in Orange; 2nd Driver Sought

One of two drivers suspected of fatally striking a Marine veteran next to an Orange gas station has been arrested, police announced Thursday. More>>

Man arrested after threatening to 'shoot up' Brooklyn school

A 21-year-old man allegedly called a high school threatening to "shoot up" the school and "kill everyone." More>>

Trevecca students believe drug testing may have been racially motivated

After two college students were suspected of wrongdoing, their family and mentors believe it may have been motivated by race. More>>

New restaurant creating jobs for workers with disabilities

A new restaurant is serving great food and pushing a great cause, helping to imagine a better St. Louis. More>>

What happened this week (in anything but politics)

An Iron Man. The "sexiest man." And man's best friend. Here's the politics-free side of the news from the last seven days. More>>

2 Children killed when sheriff's vehicle hits pedestrians in Los Angeles

Two children were killed when they were accidentally struck by a Los Angeles County sheriff's vehicle Thursday evening, authorities said. More>>

Thief in Highland takes Christmas packages from porch, leaves empty box behind

They're back and stealing your holiday cheer. This surveillance footage was captured Tuesday in Highland and shows a man taking Christmas packages off a front porch. More>>

Second suspect sought in stabbing death of NJ dad trying to defend his son

Authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of a man wanted in connection to the stabbing death of a Jersey City man who was only trying to defend his young son. More>>

Witness Says Lights, Sirens Were Not on Before Boyle Heights Crash That Killed 2 Children

A witness believes the on-duty Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department vehicle that careened into five pedestrians, killing two children, did not have its lights and sirens on at the time of the crash Thursday night in the... More>>

Local man paralyzed in MMA accident hopes to raise money for the clinic that helped him recover

A mixed martial arts accident paralyzed a Virginia Beach man last year, but he is not letting anything stop him. More>>

Pennsylvania nursing home fire: 20 injured; dozens evacuated

A fire ripped through a multistory nursing home in southeastern Pennsylvania late Thursday, injuring at least 20 people and forcing more than 140 people to evacuate into the cold night, officials said. More>>

PD: Glendale man found in teen girl's closet with underwear, pictures of girl

A Glendale man was arrested after police said he was found in a teen girl's closet with her underwear and pictures and then threatened by the girl's father in Phoenix. More>>

Utah kids with facial differences get sneak peek of 'Wonder'

For a long time, Isabelle Scriver thought she was the only kid with a different-looking face. More>>

Mom, daughter die in fire after little girl tries to save puppies

An Oregon mother chased after her daughter when the young girl ran back inside their burning motor home to save a litter of puppies from a fire. More>>

Stranger leaves Scratch-its on veterans' cars in S. Oregon; one wins $1,000

A stranger left Oregon Lottery Scratch-it tickets on cars in veteran parking spaces in southern Oregon, and one of the tickets won $1,000 for a newly married U.S. Marine Corps veteran. More>>

Woman ties winter accessories on trees for those in need

Scarves tied around telephone poles and gloves hanging from trees are some of the unusual sights people spotted around Saginaw this week. More>>

Officer buys groceries, toys for mother struggling with two crying children

A Kennesaw Police officer is being hailed as a hero after he came to the rescue of a mother who was struggling with her two children. More>>

Jingle Bell nearly cost West County toddler a finger

It's a small festive reminder of the approaching holiday season, but for a West County toddler, it became a dangerous hazard. More>>

Texas sheriff calls out anti-Trump truck decal, sparking free speech debate

They say everything's bigger in Texas, and that apparently includes truck decals. More>>

Fremont man says he was fired for protecting dog

Claims of animal cruelty in Dodge County are being investigated after a social media post went viral. Joey Bergmanis of Fremont wrote the post. He says he was fired for trying to save a dog from being abused. The dogs'... More>>

Fremont man says he was fired for protecting dog Fremont man says he was fired for protecting dog

Claims of animal cruelty in Dodge County are being investigated after a social media post went viral. Joey Bergmanis of Fremont wrote the post. He says he was fired for trying to save a dog from being abused. The dogs'... More>>

CCFES rescues three cats from fire with help of animal oxygen masks

A Scarsdale Drive house fire could have proven disastrous for three cats rescued from the blaze were it not for the persistence of Clayton County firefighters and the generosity of the Clayton County Humane Society. More>>

California shooting gunman was 'paranoid,' DA says

The gunman who went on a rampage in Northern California was a "deranged, paranoid killer" who was out on bail after assaulting two neighbors this year, authorities say. More>>

Second body found in water in four days

For the second time in less than four days, a body has been found in a Newton County waterway. On Nov. 12, an unidentified body was found in the Yellow River near the dam in Porterdale. Four days earlier, the body of... More>>

Cuyahoga Falls man accused of threatening mass shooting in text messages to estranged wife

A Cuyahoga Falls man is facing charges for allegedly threatening to kill his estranged wife and to shoot up a Las Vegas hotel and casino. More>>

Baltimore homicide detective dies after being shot while on-duty

Baltimore Police announced that Detective Sean Suiter died a day after he was shot while on-duty. More>>

Man whose wife was found dead in storage unit charged with abandoning her body

The man whose wife was found in two ice coolers has been charged in connection with dismembering and abandoning her body. More>>

Treasure Valley woman collecting hat donations for local chemo patients battling cancer

To the average person, a simple hat doesn't carry much significance. But for those going through chemotherapy, a hat can be that one item that helps them feel a little more like themselves. More>>

New York City woman helps get diapers for mothers in need

Audrey Symes says she's an ordinary Manhattan mom, but in June of 2016, she started doing something pretty extraordinary: with her stroller and toddler daughter in tow, she began picking up new and un-used diapers from... More>>

Employer gives car to employee who rode his bike to work every day

A young man determined to work and make a better life for himself rode his bike into work, rain or shine, every day. More>>

Pastor shoots intruder who was trying to enter his home

Investigators do not plan to file charges against a pastor who shot an intruder Thursday morning as the man was breaking into his house, authorities said. More>>

Crews removed nearly 2.4 million pounds of grease from Portland sewer lines

Crazy images out of England showing a monster sized mound of grease clogging city sewer lines are prompting FOX 12 to investigate what conditions are like under the city of Portland. More>>

BBQ fundraiser held for injured Phoenix PD officer

A barbecue fundraiser was held by the Phoenix Police Department for one of their officers after he was injured during an off-duty accident in October. More>>

Mother faces multiple charges in case of runaway Tonganoxie girls

The mother of three runaway Tonganoxie girls who were found with a 48-year-old stranger, after over a month of searching, now faces criminal charges. More>>

Boyfriend of Gabriel Fernandez's Mother Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder in Torture Death Case

The boyfriend of Gabriel Fernandez's mother has been found guilty of first-degree murder in connection with the boy's May 2013 death. More>>

500 Broken bones doesn't slow down this talented wildlife artist

Katherine Klimitas was diagnosed with brittle bone disease just two weeks before being born. More>>

York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office responds to deputy's blackface Halloween costume

The York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office held a press conference Wednesday to address complaints about a costume one of its deputies wore during Halloween. More>>

Woman sentenced for killing expectant mom, stealing baby from her body

Wednesday saw the sentencing of a woman who had faked her own pregnancy and then, on what would have been the wedding day of a friend who was nearly 9 months pregnant, she killed her friend and cut the baby out of the... More>>

Las Vegas mass shooting survivors and victims file lawsuits

Hoping for answers and access to documents, 1 October victims filed 14 new lawsuits. More>>

9-Year-old girl collects donations for area shelters

A young girl is on a mission well beyond her years. More>>

Racial slur written on bathroom mirror at Parkway Central

Officials at Parkway Central High School are working to determine who wrote a racial slur and the phrase 'White Lives Matter' on a mirror inside a campus bathroom. More>>

Tehama County Shooter Hired Private Investigator

As the body count changed from five to six, we learned that the body of Kevin Neal's wife, Barbara, was discovered hidden beneath the floor board. More>>

67-Year-old says man bit his thumb off during attempted carjacking in Hampton

Hampton Police said they arrested a man Wednesday who was accused of trying to carjack a 67-year-old man on November 9. More>>

Out-of-state visitors found abducted 94-year-old woman in Scottsdale

Two men visiting the Scottsdale area from Oregon found a 94-year-old woman who had been abducted from her home and bound in the trunk of her car, according to a 911 call released Wednesday. More>>

Salem teen chases down woman stealing from his neighbor

A 17-year-old man ditched his slippers and ran after a burglar in the rain Tuesday night, all to help his neighbor. More>>

Woman who had car stolen a day before due date gets her baby and car back on same day

A happy ending for a story 2 Works for You brought you on Halloween night. More>>

Detroit Police Chief: Botched drug raid was 'embarrassing'

Two Detroit Police officers are off the streets and a supervisor is removed from special operations after a botched drug raid. More>>

Teacher's aide says lack of paraprofessionals affecting students with special needs

A teacher's aide at Metro Nashville Public Schools says children with special needs are not getting the attention they need in the classroom. More>>

'Very deadly': Sandy woman loses daughter to compressed air addiction

Gymnast Cassie Dixon loved the floor routine. At one meet, she took first place with a 9.75. More>>

Dying tree concerns becoming a deadly concern for drivers

Some have since been cut after the I-Team followed up with a DOT spokesperson. More>>

Man has $20,000 artwork stolen from Atlanta studio

For more than 50 years, Gilbert Young has let his artwork tell the story. But on this day, he had no other choice but to tell the story himself. More>>

When a gunman opened fire on a school, the staff saved countless lives

The start of the school day seemed so routine. Children played in the quad while parents dropped off other students. At Rancho Tehama Elementary, a tiny school in a remote area of Northern California, the bell was just... More>>

Gunman in Northern California rampage was not supposed to have guns

A Northern California man who killed his wife on the eve of a rampage that claimed four others and included a stop at an elementary school was ordered earlier this year to give up his firearms, officials said Wednesday. More>>

Governor blasts mental hospital for escaped killer

Hawaii Gov. David Y. Ige blasted the state's mental hospital officials for the escape of a man acquitted of murder by reason of insanity and for their failure to notify law enforcement for 10 hours. More>>

Rare Da Vinci painting smashes world records with $450 million sale

Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" has become the most expensive artwork to ever sell at auction, going for $450.3 million at Christie's in New York. Dating back to around 1500, the rare painting is one of fewer than 20... More>>

Jeff Long Out As Razorback Athletic Director, Interim Named

Jeff Long is no longer the University of Arkansas athletic director. Long was fired this morning. More>>

Puerto Rico hit with new power outage

On the same day Puerto Rico's governor celebrated power generation on the island reaching 50% of capacity, the lights went out in the San Juan metro area. More>>

Ex-Clearfield karate instructor raped teen victim again

Even after he was arrested, a former Clearfield Karate instructor continued having a sexual relationship with one of his former teenage students, according to investigators. More>>

Police searching for woman in connection with stabbing of neighbor

Police are searching for a woman they said stabbed a neighbor in the neck after an apparent argument before fleeing in an SUV early Wednesday morning. More>>

Department Police searching for woman in connection with stabbing of neighbor

Police are searching for a woman they said stabbed a neighbor in the neck after an apparent argument before fleeing in an SUV early Wednesday morning. More>>

New to St. Louis and targeted twice; 'I am defeated'

An alarming number of carjackings have people in St. Louis on high alert. One man, who recently moved St. Louis, has been targeted by thieves twice. More>>

NOPD launches online crime reporting system

The New Orleans Police Department has launched NOPD Online, a new online reporting system that allows residents to file non-emergency police reports over the internet. More>>

WWII Veteran Gets High School Diploma 75 Years Later

Charles Fenley was given a standing ovation Tuesday -- 75 years in the making. More>>

Homeless man in New Haven returns $10,000 check he found

Last Wednesday, a homeless man's good deed may have turned his life around. More>>

Woman imprisoned for 16 years could get new murder trial in Las Vegas

Since 2001, Kirstin Blaise Lobato, who goes by Blaise, has sat in a Nevada Prison for a murder she said she didn't commit. Last year, Blaise said she was confident going into her first trial. More>>

Dog Fatally Struck by Vehicle After Escaping From Pet Hotel in La Habra, Owner Says

An 11-year-old dog was fatally struck by a vehicle after escaping from a boarding facility in La Habra, according to the pet's owner, who spoke out Tuesday with a warning to others. Kacey Montoya reports from La Habra for... More>>

Seminole Heights Shooting: Church volunteer shot, killed is likely 4th homicide in Tampa killings

Tampa Police confirmed a fourth deadly shooting in Seminole Heights which they are treating as linked to three previous unsolved murders in the area since October. More>>

Scottsdale police make arrest in kidnapping of 94-year-old woman

Scottsdale police announced that they have made an arrest in the case of an elderly woman who was abducted and locked in her trunk last week. More>>

Kentucky Derby Fast Facts

Here's a look at the Kentucky Derby. The Derby is run annually on the first Saturday in May at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. More>>

Fired Dallas County Asst. D.A. gives her side of Uber incident

Behavior like this gets you a special invite! Bad Girls Club on line one! More>>

Vancouver man says woman drove her car into 7-year-old son's bedroom

A Vancouver man says he's struggling to sleep after a woman drove her car into his son's bedroom. More>>

Police: Graffiti on several Keizer homes threatens school shooting

Residents of Keizer woke up to a scary sight early Wednesday morning: graffiti threatening a school shooting. More>>

Dept. of Education: Number of homeless students in Oregon hits all-time high

The number of students in the state who meet the federal definition of "homeless" is the highest it's ever been, the Oregon Department of Education reported Wednesday. More>>

Family offering reward for info in deadly hit-and-run

Police in Brookfield are one step closer to finding the driver responsible for a fatal hit and run, but they still need help from the public. More>>

Navy veteran allowed to keep flag flying outside condo

An Enfield veteran has been battling with the leaders of his condominium complex over the right to fly a Navy flag outside his home. More>>

Lawmakers to look at 'weak' response following recent storm

Lawmakers want to look at potential changes after what some of them referred to as a "weak response" by power crews following the state's most recent wind storm. More>>

Homeless Campground Proposal To Go Before Fayetteville City Council

A proposed homeless campground in south Fayetteville is one step closer to becoming a reality, after the city planning commission approved the project Monday (Nov. 13). More>>

Students evacuated after pipe bursts in school cafeteria

Students at a Fulton County elementary school have been evacuated following a burst pipe inside the cafeteria early Wednesday morning. More>>

Storms to bring rain and snow to Northern California, Washington state

The West Coast is bracing for yet another round of storms that will bring heavy winds, rain and snow to the region over the next week. More>>

4 Dead after California shootings; gunman tried to enter school

A gunman killed four people in a remote Northern California community on Tuesday morning, but a much bigger death toll was averted when the killer was unable to break into an elementary school. More>>

Pennsylvania man arrested for murder of wife 34 years ago

A Pennsylvania man is facing a life sentence for allegations that he murdered his wife more than three decades ago. More>>

NOPD arrests woman after Rampart Street murder

The NOPD has arrested a woman for shooting a 29-year-old man in the face on Rampart Street last weekend. More>>

STPSO chief praises deputies after gunman killed in domestic hostage situation

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Randy Smith praised three officers he said acted decisively and justly during a domestic hostage situation that left one man dead. More>>

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