What was supposed to have been funny skits at a school talent show turned into a civics lesson for five young boys.
An Oklahoma school bus driver is being called a hero after she saved a young boy who was choking on her bus.
A Nashville woman who beat breast cancer called KSN’s sister station WKRN for help after she had been “killed” by the federal government.
A teenage girl in Kentucky gave brand new sneakers to a boy who was teased because he had holes in his shoes.
Inky the octopus waited until it was dark and the staff had gone home from the National Aquarium of New Zealand before making his move.
Connecticut police say two people have been arrested after a dispute in a McDonald’s drive-thru lane turned into a food fight.
A new live-action adaptation of “The Jungle Book” swings into theaters this week.
A chimpanzee escaped from a zoo in northern Japan, climbed a tall electricity pole, then plunged into a blanket held by a dozen workers.
A California crossfit trainer is being called a hero after he went above and beyond the call of duty to help a family in a wreck.
A judge has dismissed a Nebraska inmate’s lawsuit that claimed he was denied his right to worship the divine Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Hawaii lawmakers are taking aim at a burgeoning vacation rental market: online brokers offering up tents to tourists.
NBC’s new “Strong” competition show strives to improve contestants’ fitness both mentally and physically.
Six baby swans are missing from a Florida park, and authorities believe the young birds were stolen.
Nothing can stop true love, or at least a good kiss. Not even armed robbers.
Several teens and adults got to be on the other side of the table Wednesday for a reverse job fair.