It's been more than two months since a local steakhouse hosted its first-ever golf tournament benefiting Make-A-Wish.
The family of a U.S. Marine who was killed in Afghanistan last year is heartbroken after a thief stole the only remaining memento he had with him when he was killed: a poem.
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A Florida police dispatcher will be disciplined for not offering help to a frantic mother whose toddler son had locked himself inside her broiling car, officials said today.
When it was revealed in April that Veterans Affairs officials maintained secret wait lists and covered up wait times for veterans seeking health care at the VA facility in Phoenix, the alleged deaths of at least 40 such veterans stoked national outrage.
Repeat stowaway Marilyn Hartman was arrested today at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on a criminal trespass charge, according to police.
A third American hostage held by ISIS has been identified as a 26-year-old American woman who was kidnapped a year ago while doing humanitarian relief work in Syria. The terror group is demanding $6.6 million and the release of U.S. prisoners for the life of the young woman, whom a representative for the family requested not be identified.
More than a century and a half after his death at the Battle of Gettysburg, a Union Army officer is being awarded the nation’s highest military decoration.
American writer and journalist Peter Theo Curtis, who was held captive for nearly two years by Syrian militants Jabhat al-Nusra, returned to the United States today, two days after his captors released him, his family said.
The Fact or Fib panel for Tuesday, August 26th, 2014.
No use crying over spilled wine.
Prompted by the botched execution of Oklahoma death row inmate Clayton Lockett, the ACLU today filed a lawsuit alleging that state prison officials violated reporters’ First Amendment rights when they drew the shade nearly 30 minutes before Lockett’s death.
As many coffee places increase prices, at least one café has found a way to keep costs low and boost their profits at the same time –- by using the honor system.
Kametra Barbour hadn't done anything wrong.
The mother of U.S. writer Peter Theo Curtis, who was freed Sunday after being held hostage for two years by Syrian militants loyal to al-Qaeda, described the moments when she learned her son had been freed.
Talk about low-maintenance.
News broke last week that Billy Crystal would be honoring his late friend Robin Williams during tonight's telecast of the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards.
A blue lobster was caught off the coast of Maine over the weekend – a 1-in-2 million find.
A Utah woman who nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with chemicals has been released from a Salt Lake City hospital.
The "vacation" is over and it's back to the White House for President Barack Obama.
For 20 years, thousands of people have tried to beat the odds, but no one pulled it off until one New Hampshire couple finally pulled the lever for one of Las Vegas' most anticipated jackpots.
Wineries in Napa Valley are inspecting damage to vineyards and wine cellars after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake hit northern California early this morning.
The family of Jim Foley, the American journalist who was executed by ISIS, has posted a text of a letter to them that he was able to sneak past his captors in a most unusual way.
Northern California was shaken awake this morning by its strongest earthquake in 25 years, a jolt that damaged historic buildings and hurt dozens of people, including a 13-year-old critically injured by a crumbling fireplace.
Just two days after smiling for a mugshot, Texas Gov. Rick Perry took his message to conservatives in Washington, D.C., quickly turning from talk of his indictment to weighing in on the threat ISIS poses to the United States.
What started off as a pit stop at a Best Western hotel in New Orleans ended up as a major pitfall for Christine Bicek and her daughter, Katie Bicek.
When Captain Edward “Flip” Klein was severely injured in an IED explosion in Afghanistan two years ago - losing both his legs, his right arm, and three fingers on his left hand - he thought he had survived the worst. Then, last week, he and his wife Jessica cheated death again when fire broke out in their new home, consuming the entire house within minutes.
A 10-hour stream of kindness ended abruptly at a Florida Starbucks Wednesday evening when customer No.458 broke ranks and declined to "pay it forward" for the next drive-thru patron.
More storms expected Friday afternoon with favorable chances across the western South Plains. High temps in the 90s continue through the start of our next work week. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on your weekend forecast.
A different view of Michael Brown emerged today in a video that is starkly different from the images previously seen of the unarmed teenager who shot dead by police in Ferguson, Missouri.
A northern New York couple used a dog to lure two Amish sisters from their family farm stand with a plan to turn them into slaves, an investigator said Thursday.
A large contingent of American special operations forces was able to sneak into an ISIS camp near the terror group’s stronghold in Syria in search of American hostages, but quickly withdrew when it became clear that while 100 or so armed terrorists were there, the hostages weren’t, according to a U.S. official with knowledge of the then-secret mission.
Chicken wings, limes and now Nutella: even in the wealthiest country in the world, many Americans get worked up over food shortage scares that pop up a few times a year.
A great-great-grandmother from Utah discovered a new passion when she penned her first novel – a salacious romance so explicit it shocked her own family, they said.
Tanya Prashad thought she was the perfect candidate for surrogacy. Having given birth to healthy children of her own, the 33-year-old wanted to give others the same joy she had known, and decided to be a surrogate for a same-sex couple.
The Sports Illustrated cover jinx strikes again.
Brothers and sisters torn apart by foster care or adoption get to see each other for one glorious week every year, at a summer camp that aims to reconnect separated siblings.
The ex-girlfriend of Pedro Bravo, the Florida college student who was found guilty last week of killing her new love in the so-called Gainesville Love Triangle trial, said she never thought the smart, charismatic student she once dated was capable of murder.
U.S. special operations forces early this summer launched a secret, major rescue operation in Syria to save James Foley and a number of Americans held by the extremist group ISIS, but the mission failed because the hostages weren’t there, senior administration officials told ABC News today.
A 3-year-old, whose spent a lot of her life in and out of hospitals, is more than deserving of a week at Disney World.
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When Grandpa's last will and testament is read, it may include his digital assets -- if he lived in Delaware.
A 19-year-old college student is refusing to leave her "tree house" that is 70 feet up in the air -- not for the bird’s-eye view, but to protest against a development project in Washington state that is set to cut down 830 trees.
The Ferguson police officer who has gone into hiding after being named as the cop who shot Michael Brown is not a "cold-blood murderer" as depicted by his harshest critics, but a man without a temper who is "struggling" with the aftermath of the shooting, his friend told ABC News.
Texas Governor Rick Perry turned himself in to authorities in Austin Tuesday evening, posing for a mug shot just days after an indictment was issued against him for two felony charges.
Isolated storms possible Wednesday evening with better chances arriving by tomorrow. KAMC's Kristen Currie shows us where we can expect these storms and what they'll do to our temperatures in today's weather webcast.
Heavy rain in Arizona has flooded streets and one major freeway, stranding cars and trapping drivers and passengers.
As the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, continue, some children in the community have shown signs of anxiety and stress such as nightmares as inflamed tensions between local authorities and residents continue for a ninth day.
A disturbing video posted online appears to show a militant beheading American journalist James Foley and threatening a second American captive with a similar fate.