On June 3, 2014, a storm featuring 50-80 mph winds and tennis ball-to-softball-size hail sandblasted a tiny town in eastern Nebraska, leaving homes in tatters. Lois Krohn was home when the ferocious storm hit and now more than six months after the storm, shares her story of being in the middle of Mother Nature's wrath.
The holiday lights strung across your eves do change the patterns of light intensity registered with orbiting satellites, NASA scientists say.
The United States and Cuba will start talks on normalizing full diplomatic relations, marking the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades.
A state of shock and relief all around a Walmart in Pennsylvania on Tuesday after someone special stopped by.
"I actually walked to the bathroom and cried when they handed me money," said Brittny Coyman, whose layaway balance was paid by "Santa B." "A few dollars back and just told me it was completely paid off."
Skipping annual chimney inspections and cleanings can lead to big problems. So, before you cozy up in front of the fireplace, make sure it's in good working order.
The holiday rush is on as the season of "going" shifts into high gear.
AAA says this holiday season will be the busiest ever, with as many as 98.6 million Americans taking a trip.
Some will fly; others will take a train.
But 9 out of 10 travelers will be packing up and hitting the road, many of those trips fueled by lower prices at the pump.
A Gig Harbor police officer thought he might die as a shoplifting suspect dragged him with the suspect's car. The surveillance video showed it all. Sgt. Fred Douglas survived and helped put two brothers in jail.
Monday, Dec. 15, was the last day to send things out as standard mail to have an expected delivery of Christmas Eve.
It's the busiest day of the year for the Postal Service, which expected to process 640 million pieces of mail - a 5 percent increase over last year.
All signs are pointing to a man acting on his own and not as part of any terrorist of jihadist organization.
Australian police sources say the suspect was Iranian immigrant who had a very troubled criminal past.
His name: Man Haron Monis. On his website he went by the name of Sheik Haron.
Haron was apparently out on bail, facing charges in Australia on at least a dozen sexual assault cases.
He was also found guilty in 2012 for writing and mailing hate letters to the families of at least eight Australian soldiers killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan.
He also faced charges in connection with the murder of his ex-wife.
Jed and Joe Jameson love the game of football, but one of them had to give it up.
Jed suffered concussions twice in a short amount of time.
A third would have meant he was done with high school sports for good.
But he wasn't only impacted on the field.
"I worked a lot slower, like I wasn't writing as fast," he said. "Some things, it felt like I couldn't remember. And then some problems I couldn't do."