Nine years ago, the first YouTube video was posted online. Since then, billions of hours of video have been viewed on the site. But which ones did people really go *wild* for? Jeanne Moos takes a look.
The public will get its first up-close look at the sinkhole that swallowed eight cars at the National Corvette Museum. All of the cars are now out and on display at the museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Maira Ansari reports.
A fire that claimed the lives of a mother and her son has inspired a little boy to go on a mission to help save lives. The eight-year-old from Texas had been saving his money to buy a Playstation 4 -- but the deadly fire changed his mind. Brian New reports.
In honor of its 50th anniversary, a Ford Mustang has literally gone where few cars have gone before: on top of the Empire State Building. The question is how did it get there? Jeanne Moos goes under the hood to find out.
A 102-year-old Indiana woman can cross visiting the top of the Willis Tower off her bucket list. She traveled to the skydeck of the Chicago Building, formerly called the Sears Tower. Frank Mathie reports.
New federal regulations to make sure feed is safe for animals may have an unintended consequence. Beer brewers are objecting to a proposed federal rule that would make it harder for breweries to sell leftover grains as animal feed instead of throwing them away. Don Ford shows us that involves cows ... and beer.
A West Michigan father has been reunited with his daughter's missing cremains, after her urn was stolen from his home four weeks ago. Two boys found it in the snow along a road in Grand Rapids. But it took a TV news report to connect it to the father. As Ann Marie Laflamme reports, it's been an emotional rollercoaster for him.
The morning calm at Franklin Regional High School outside Pittsburgh erupted into violence around 7:15 Wednesday morning just as students were arriving for class.
A student being identified by police as 16-year-old Alex Hribal went on a rampage wielding two large knives, stabbing almost two dozen students.
"Upon arrival what I saw were multiple victims in the grass area on the exterior of the school," said Thomas Seefeld, Chief of Police in Murrysville, Penn. "Further checking the first floor hallway revealed multiple victims."