Halloween is weeks away, but you wouldn't know it at an elementary school in Missouri. Bats -- thousands of bats -- are haunting the attic in the school gym. Kadee Brosseau reports the problem is so bad, students have to take P.E. somewhere else.
The man suspected of killing a Virginia reporter and cameraman during a live broadcast Wednesday morning reportedly wrote in a document faxed to ABC News that the killings were a reaction to the murders of nine people at a Charleston, South Carolina church in June.
By the time Megyn Kelly returned to her primetime Fox News show, "The Kelly File," Monday night, some may have expected Donald Trump to have gotten over her tough questioning of him during the first Republican presidential debate nearly three weeks ago.
The race is on to get the world's first commercial self-driving car on the road. Major automakers like BMW, Tesla and Audi are all vying to be first to the post. As CNN's Samuel Burke reports -- they've all turned to one cutting-edge Israeli start-up - to help get the self-driving revolution in gear.
A Bay Area woman is overjoyed after being reunited with a family heirloom she thought was gone forever. It all happened because of a free web site started by a Bay Area police officer. Christin Ayers has the story.
Julie Mott died on August 8th from Cystic Fibrosis. Her funeral took place at Mission Park on August 15th, what would have been Julie's 26th birthday. She was scheduled to be cremated this past Monday, but now the family is just hoping they can somehow get her body back.
A routines traffic stop turned into a major narcotics bust in Baldwin County Thursday afternoon after State Troopers discovered a female transporting over 100 pounds of illegal methamphetamines, disguised as candy, beverages, and other snacks, into Alabama.