For parents of teenagers, not knowing where your child is can be frustrating, even frightening, and giving them a cell phone doesn't always mean they'll answer. That's why a Texas mom took control, and invented an app that her kids and yours can't ignore. Ilona Carson has the story.
An Indonesian girl -- feared dead when she was swept away by the 2004 tsunami is reunited with her family almost a decade later. Jannah, named Winni by her adoptive grandmother, was spotted on the streets by a family member. Aryadita Utama reports.
She was banned little league baseball in the 1950's for being a girl. But now the organization that barred her from playing -- is paying tribute to her at the little league world series. Kathryn Johnston will be throwing out the first pitch. As Rob McAllister reports, she had to sneak onto her neighborhood team all those years ago.
It's no secret that Albuquerque police plant bait cars throughout town, enticing thieves to try to steal one. Well, last week a man was caught swiping one while a very ironic song was playing on the radio. And yep, it's caught on camera. Matt Howerton explains why the suspect is now likely singing a very different tune.
A postal worker is now on the receiving end of a message -- you never know who's watching. A witness captured cell phone video of what appears to be the postal worker tossing an armful of mail into the trash in Cincinnati. Evan Millward has the video.
With the tropical paradise of Hawaii bracing for Hurricane Iselle later Thursday, I've had quite a number of people email and ask why we're not calling the storm "Typhoon Iselle." After all, there's a similar storm just a bit farther west across the Pacific called "Typhoon Halong."
Love letters sent by a navy man to a girl back home didn't arrive for a very long time. Now, nearly 70 years after they were sent, Courtney Gousman reports the letters have finally reached the woman they were intended for.