Dozens of soldiers and surviving family members of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting are receiving additional Army pay that they felt was long overdue.
More than 1 million electric blower vacuums made in China are being recalled due to fire and burn hazards, according to The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Do you ever wish you could tell members of Congress to just "let it go"?
The battle has been brewing for months, and now it's getting serious — seriously funmy!
Humane Society of Utah finds a unique way to increase adoptions.
Journey drummer Deen Castronovo helps high school band program devastated by fire.
Gift cards are popular every holiday season but too often, they are forgotten. Consumers should be using those cards now especially if the stores in question are in financial trouble.
Blake Lively discusses playing a woman who stops aging after a car accident in "The Age of Adaline". NBC's Mike Wilber reports.
An unidentified passer-by pulled a driver to safety after his vehicle struck shrubs and a tree and then hit a chain link fence on the edge of a 30-foot vertical drop in Lewiston, Idaho, on Wednesday morning.
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Gisele walked the catwalk for the very last time in her native Brazil, last night.
GM is the latest car manufacturer to drop the price of an electric car.
Wednesday's fog and another morning accident led to a Dr Pepper semi tipping over on US 287. We now have video from a Wichita County deputy's dashcam of that second accident.
A Vernon woman is sentenced to two years in state jail for stealing from a corpse in a funeral home.
A Wichita Falls man is behind bars after police say he attacked his wife with a knife and hit his baby in the face with a bottle.
The city of Wichita Falls continues to draw attention, and awards, for its efforts to conserve and protect its water supply.
One of the suspects arrested in a synthetic marijuana sting has a court proceeding on a previous charge today.
This Saturday, the MSU Mustangs will play in their annual Maroon and Gold spring football game.
Although most political observers presume New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will enter the Republican race for the White House, the lawmaker insisted in an exclusive interview with TODAY's Matt Lauer that he hasn't made up his mind yet.