It's against the law, but you've seen it, or perhaps you've even done it. We're talking about texting while behind the wheel. But as Brian Webb explains, if you're not careful, you could end up on a brand new billboard.
The calendar says spring, but some homeowners in Tennessee are being hit with the cost of a colder than normal winter. Low temperatures snapped water pipes, and they're stuck with the pricey fix. Don Dare spoke with one farmer who was shocked to open up a three-thousand dollar water bill.
The earth shook for 4 1/2 minutes on March 27, 1964, at 5:36 p.m. as the largest earthquake in U.S. history tossed and bent Alaska. The 9.2 magnitude earthquake killed 15 people. Another 113 died in tsunamis, including 4 in Oregon. The damage was costly: $113 million in 1964 dollars, more than $2.3 billion by today's standards.
A Kentucky couple is reunited with their beloved beagle, after she went missing during a move nearly a year and a half ago. When they found out where their dog was located, they said they couldn't believe it. Ann Bowdan reports.
Kristi Manion's son, Noah, has been taking piano lessons once a week for about six months.
"He's not really into sports," Manion said, "and we wanted an activity for him to do so he decided on the piano."
No matter your age, instructors say lessons are a great way to challenge yourself, have fun and meet new people.
"We have a lot of adult students that come in and they are nervous at first because they've never taken a dance class before," said Stefanie Squint, dance instructor. "They've never stepped inside a dance studio, but it's something they wish they would have done when they were younger. I just always say come in and try it, just one time."
It's a rare problem for one central Nebraska shelter: trying to communicate with two deaf dogs. For one pit bull mix, that means learning sign language. That's right, signing! Sara Kirkley has the story.
So let me ask you, would you let a perfect stranger use your car for a week. Probably not. But what if they paid you 40, 50, a hundred dollars a day? Well that's the deal thousands of people across the country are making through a new website that can make your car for itself, and more. Brendan McLaughlin reports.