A California hospital apologized today to patients who became infected with an antibiotic-resistant bug, and said it has identified the source of the infections: two contaminated endoscopes that were cleaned according to manufacturer instructions but retained the bug anyway.
Las Vegas police identified the suspect who was arrested in connection with an alleged road rage incident that took the life of a woman, and the victim's husband told reporters the family knew the suspect and had tried to help him.
Harlan City Police in Kentucky definitely didn't "Let It Go." It's so cold in their area, that they put out an arrest warrant for "Frozen's" Elsa.
Brides-to-be have a wide array of options available. And now, there are bridal shorts.
Frigid temperatures and unrelenting snow mean a lot of exercisers stuck indoors grinding out their miles on a treadmill. Many of them wonder if their run to nowhere is somehow inferior to hitting the pavement, track or trails.
KAMC's Allison Morrison sits down with Dr. Patti Patterson with Texas Tech Physicians: Pediatrics to discuss a baby's temperament.
Attention Girl Scout cookie fans: Your Tagalong and Samoa orders might take a little longer than expected.
Scuba divers off the coast of Israel have uncovered a treasure trove of solid gold coins dating back more than 1,000 years.
A potentially deadly "superbug" resistant to antibiotics infected seven patients, including two who died, and nearly 200 others were exposed at a Southern California hospital through contaminated medical instruments, UCLA reported Wednesday.
Weldon Angelos was just 24 years old when he was sentenced to 55 years in federal prison for three marijuana sales. He is one of the hundreds of thousands of federal prisoners serving decades-long sentences for non-violent crimes, thanks to mandatory minimum sentencing laws created in the 1980s during America’s war on drugs.
The family of a pregnant woman who has been in a coma since Sunday is blaming the hospital that they say failed to realize she was experiencing a ruptured ectopic pregnancy and bleeding internally.
Chicago police are searching for two men who stole a doggy day care van at gunpoint and drove off with at least six dogs inside.
Wishes come in all shapes and sizes.
Forget plain, flat photos. In the future, Facebook wants you to share a 360° view of your exotic experiences too.
The company said it believes believes consumers won't be able to tell the difference.
The former rapper, whose real name is Robert VanWinkle, was taken into custody and is expected to be charged with burglary residence and grand theft, according to a Chief Sean Scheller at the Lantana Police Department.
Apple has ordered more than 5 million watches for its launch.
Texas Tech University law professor Brian Shannon explains how Texas law affects the defense in this case.
This Barbie really wants to get to know you.
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A small but growing number of parents who object to vaccinating their children on religious grounds say they do so because many common vaccines are the product of cells that once belonged to aborted fetuses.
A trip to the dentist saved an 11-year-old's life, tipping her doctors and mother off to a grapefruit-sized tumor that could have killed her.
The mother of accused "American Sniper" killer Eddie Ray Routh described in court how her "good kid" became paranoid after his Marine service.
A top dog was named at Madison Square Garden, where more than 2,711 dogs representing 192 breeds and varieties competed for awards at the Westminster Kennel Club Show. Miss P, a beagle from British Columbia, won the top honor, Best in Show, Tuesday night.
Jewish schools and synagogues in the United Kingdom have been warned to increase security measures after the shootings in Denmark, despite a recent increase of patrols in areas with large Jewish communities since the Paris attacks.
A woman fatally shot after an apparent "road rage" incident went looking for the suspect with her armed son, police said today, and was likely not followed home immediately after the road encounter as was previously thought.
A Wyoming woman who lost her husband of 28 years to brain cancer last year was shocked to receive a special gift from him this Valentine's Day.
Two friends are working to rebuild a 1942 Army truck that they will be donating to a non-profit organization that helps Veterans.
Despite its ancient history myths about Lenten traditions abound.
An arbitration panel ordered Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports Corp. to pay $10 million in a fraud dispute with a promotions company for what it called an "unparalleled pageant of international perjury, fraud and conspiracy" that covered up his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Maggie Dinizio weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics include exercise, menopause and meditation.
A homeless woman who was raped while sleeping under a bridge last year sometimes begged for bus money or walked up to 8 miles over the past year so she could face her attacker in court.
One of the young girls who is accused of stabbing her friend in an effort to please a fictional character called "Slender Man" told a police officer she was convinced the character would kill her family, according to a police interrogation video.
Egyptian warplanes bombed ISIS positions in Libya early today, a day after the militant group posted a video online showing the apparent beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christian hostages.
Once again the relentless stretch of bitter cold battering Northeastern cities including Boston with record snow has many people wondering if the polar vortex is here.
A train carrying more than 100 tankers of crude oil derailed in West Virginia on Monday - sending a massive fireball hundreds of feet into the sky, igniting a home and causing hundreds in the area to evacuate.
Accused “American Sniper” killer Eddie Ray Routh was shown saying he had killed two men and that he knew it was wrong in a recording of the police interrogation aired in court this afternoon.
We found a new device that might keep some drunk drivers off Lubbock streets. In fact, you might have seen this device, called Breathometer, on "Shark Tank."
Their feared droughts would cover most of the western half of the United States - the Central Plains and the Southwest.
It's dog-eat-dog in New York today, where more than 2,711 dogs representing 192 breeds and varieties are competing.
Toms River, New Jersey resident Bill Bresnan, 74, has written a love letter every day to Kirsten Bresnan, 74, his wife of almost 40 years.
The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed Monday that one person had died and another person was injured in an accident five miles west of Brownfield. UPDATED
A woman was stung by a scorpion while on a plane waiting to take off from Los Angeles International Airport, an airline spokesman said today.
After several days of evidence focused on the mental health of the former Marine accused in the fatal shootings of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and his friend, the trial of Eddie Ray Routh is set to resume Monday in Texas.
Audiences were more than curious to check out the big-screen adaptation of the racy phenomenon "Fifty Shades of Grey" this weekend. The erotic R-rated drama sizzled in its debut, earning an estimated $81.7 million from 3,646 theaters in its first three days, distributor Universal Pictures said on Sunday.
The cease-fire that went in effect in eastern Ukraine Sunday may quiet the guns, but the echoes of 10 months of bombardment will likely ring in the ears of the child survivors of the conflict for the rest of their lives.
A major winter storm slamming the Northeast over the weekend forced airlines to cancel nearly 2,000 flights in the region, as heavy snow and blizzard conditions hit coastal New England.
Finding the person who shot and killed a Las Vegas mother of four after an apparent road rage incident is a top priority for police, a spokeswoman said today.
A survivor of the attack on a free-speech event at a Copenhagen cafe said that without the security guards protecting the meeting, the bloodshed could have been much worse.
The day before Valentine's Day was one of the busiest business days for Edible Arrangements off 82nd Street.