Strange formation at bottom of Utah irrigation pond baffles farmers and scientists. John Hollenhorst reports.
Massachusetts Air National Guard confirms pilot was killed in fighter jet crash in remote Virginia forest Wednesday. Justin Michaels reports.
SUV plows into Seattle hair salon, pinning mother and child. Gary Chittim reports.
Virginia woman receives $91,000 monthly power bill. Kelly Avellino reports.
Hidden energy costs can inflate your electricity bill. Chris Clackum reports.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland shares some of his favorite new apps.
Five people claiming they were brutalized by police during recent protests in Ferguson, Missouri file $40-million lawsuit. Mike Rush reports.
South Carolina man arrested after "bizarre and dangerous joyride" high on inhalants. Dianne Gallagher reports.
Secret agent thriller "The November Man" hits theaters this weekend. Mark Barger has more.
Possible Ebola vaccine fast-tracked for human trials as epidemic continues to spread in West Africa. Erika Edwards reports.
Comedian Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York hospital after she stopped breathing during a surgery on her throat, WNBC reported Thursday.
Oklahoma police department uses a dummy dubbed "Waldo" to cut down on speeders. Chellie Mills reports.
Hurricanes churning in both the Atlantic and Pacific are causing high surf conditions along the coasts. Mark Barger reports.
Utah couple's hectic roadside birth captured in 911 recordings. Andrew Adams reports.
Arizona firearms instructor killed while showing 9-year-old girl how to fire an automatic weapon. Jay Gray reports.
Omaha police say "COPS" audio supervisor was caught in crossfire during armed robbery shootout. Joe Chiodo reports.
New apps help students manage their schedules and study habits. Mark Barger reports.
Idaho inmate leaps over razor-wire topped fence to escape county jail. Andrea Lutz reports.
A Texas father was found not guilty Wednesday of gunning down the man who killed his young sons in a drunken-driving accident.
Aid worker describes being held hostage for 93 days by Somali kidnappers. John Rogers reports.