class="page-template page-template-page-templates page-template-abc page-template-page-templatesabc-php page page-id-164 group-blog masthead-fixed full-width singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.4.5 vc_responsive"
2 dead, 17 wounded in shooting at Kentucky high school; suspect in custody

(BENTON, Ky.) -- Two teenagers have died and 17 other people are wounded after a shooting at a Kentucky high school this morning, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said.

The suspect, a 15-year-old m... Read More

Heavy rain, flooding on the way for Northeast

(NEW YORK) -- Heavy snow and winds were subsiding in the upper Midwest on Tuesday morning as the blizzard that dumped over a foot of snow in parts came to an end. But the storm is currently moving into southern Canada and will bring different impacts... Read More

Massive earthquake off coast of Alaska triggers tsunami warnings

(KODIAK, Alaska) -- A 7.9 magnitude earthquake off the southern coast of Alaska early Tuesday triggered fears of a tsunami along the state's coast and reaching the way south to the U.S. mainland's West Coast.

The earthquake happened just a... Read More

New surveillance video shows allegedly captive siblings after their parents' arrests

(PERRIS, Calif.) -- New surveillance video shows some of the 13 California siblings who were allegedly held captive and tortured by their mother and father getting into a van after their parents' arrests.

The action unfolds in the upper le... Read More

Heavy snow, powerful winds tearing through Midwest, Plains

(MINNEAPOLIS) -- Blizzard warnings are in effect Monday from Nebraska to Minnesota, as heavy snow and strong winds bring whiteout conditions to the Plains and Midwest.

The heaviest of the snow is expected in eastern Kansas and Nebraska, so... Read More

Georgia professor helps student mom, cares for her baby

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) -- When Jarquita Arrington's 7-month-old baby started cooing recently in her graduate school class, she got help from an unlikely babysitter -- her business administration professor at Savannah State University.

Arrington, ... Read More

Puerto Rico Governor announces privatization of state owned power company

(SAN JUAN) -- Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello has announced that the bankrupt island's utility company will be privatized.

In a televised statement, Rosello said the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, or PREPA, was a heavy burden on t... Read More

Nonprofit steps in to pay death benefits to families of soldiers killed in helicopter crash

(WASHINGTON) -- A nonprofit organization has stepped in to provide death benefits to families of two soldiers killed in an Apache helicopter crash over the weekend.

Due to the government shutdown, the families did not receive the $100,000 ... Read More

Flares, not pipe bombs, ignited at Lake Wales mall, officials say

(LAKE WALES, Fla.) -- A day after police said two pipe bombs detonated in an unpopulated part of a mall in Lake Wales, Florida, the FBI now believes the incident was caused by a pair of marine flares.

"There is no indication of any explosion a... Read More

15-year-old girl shot in Texas high school cafeteria

(ITALY, Texas) --  A 15-year-old girl was hospitalized after a shooting in a cafeteria at a Texas school Monday morning, local officials said.

The suspect, a 16-year-old male student, is in custody after the incident at Italy High Sch... Read More

'My heart's filled': Firefighter reunites with child he rescued from a burning building

(DEKALB COUNTY, Ga.) -- The firefighter who caught a child who was thrown to safety from the balcony of a burning apartment building said his "heart's filled" after reuniting with the girl and her family following the blaze.

The harrowing ... Read More