A Tucson woman is in shock after her apartment complex told her to take down the United States Marine Corps flag displayed on her balcony, or face eviction. Rachel Montalvo said the timing couldn't be worse. Colton Sloan has more.
World War II veterans are aging, and so are the planes they flew. Keeping old warbirds in the air is a unique challenge for volunteer crews who maintain planes including the B-17 bomber "Aluminum Overcast."
One push of a button brought down a 19-story hotel. A very special little boy hospitalized for half a year got to push that button. While the hotel will be no more, the memories of what happened in that building will remain. Ryan Kruger has the story.
Police said a truck careened into at least nine other vehicles on Friday along the 9200 block of Rainier Avenue South. Witnesses said the driver was essentially barreling down the street like a pinball and crashed into cars and trucks along the way.
Eric Arteaga, his wife, and their two boys had just left their south Seattle home for a night of trick-or-treating when their Toyota Tacoma was hit.
It did not take long for city of Fort Lauderdale to make good on the promise to criminally charge those who violate a new ordinance that effectively outlaws groups from feeding the homeless in public. On Sunday the city charged three people, including two ministers and a 90-year-old homeless advocate, and they could face up to 60 days in jail for their so-called crime. Bob Norman has the update.