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Third dry year in a row has led to water restrictions for farmers, cities
A man in Florida reeled in a 805 lb. mako shark and with help from his cousins, documented the tremendous haul. WKRG's Chad Petri reports.
At 84 years old, Gail Serig of Madison, Wis., still runs his own hearing aid business and bowls twice a week. WISC's Dannika Lewis speaks with the spry senior, who just bowled a perfect game.
Terror cut short last year's race, but Elizabeth and Peter Milligan will be running again this year to raise money for the hospital that helped their children.
A Los Angeles couple is accused of paying to have a young child smuggled into the U.S. from El Salvador and then keeping her as slave labor. KCAL 9's Kristine Lazar reports
Hundreds turned out at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, Minn., to smack hands with Evan Thornton, a 9-year-old suffering from bone cancer, in an attempt to break the world record for most high-fives in a minute. The goal was to get 212 -- they got 221. As of now, the record is unofficially broken. The results still need to be sent to Guinness.
National fraternity closes University of Mississippi chapter after members were accused of tying noose around neck of statue of school's 1st black student
A Boise, Idaho, business offers customers a chance to let off a little steam by smashing everyday items to bits. KBOI's Michael Locklear reports.
A farm in South Carolina will provide you with everything you need to take care of a baby chick for two weeks, and when you return them, a certificate for a dozen eggs. WCSC's Kaitlyn McGrath reports.
The next NFL season may be a long way off, but for over 50 hopefuls, now is the time the Houston Texans are choosing next year's cheerleaders. KHOU's Marcelino Benito drew the short straw and had to go cover the event.