Police say Florida man murdered his daughter and six grandchildren before taking his own life. Kerry Sanders reports.
Colorado couple weds in hospital chapel so bride's terminally ill mother can attend. Maya Rodriguez reports.
Do you need to buy a new iPhone 6 to get the benefits of the new iOS 8 and it's offered apps?
Michigan family's tiny dog suffers serious injuries when it's scooped up by a hungry owl. Jamie Innis reports.
Carnival worker accused of sexual assault severely beaten in two incidents inside New Mexico jail. Stuart Dyson reports.
"The Maze Runner" hits theaters this weekend. Raphael Seth has more.
Eight dead - including six children - in Florida mass shooting.
The Senate gave final approval on Thursday to President Obama’s plan to train and arm Syrian rebels, endorsing a key plank of the president's strategy for taking on the Islamic State.
Payment information for about 56 million cards may have been put at risk in a Home Depot security breach that took place between April and September of this year.
Infant found alive after flood waters destroy his home, washing him from his crib. Gitzel Puente reports.
Driver left in shock after watching kittens being thrown from a moving car. Adam Snider reports.
The Senate debates whether or not to arm Syrian rebels in the fight against ISIS. Tracie Potts reports.
California firefighters struggle to contain rapidly expanding "King" wildfire. Mallory Hoff reports.
Miniature poodle chases bear away from Pennsylvania family's home. Pamela Osborne reports.
Customer gives cashier $1,000 to pay for orders behind him, buying dinner for 88 more customers. Matthew Torres reports.
Minnesota 3-year-old's emotional reunion with his National Guard mother warms hearts. Jay Olstad reports.
Bus driver pushes child to safety, sacrificing her own life, when safety drill turns into real-life deadly accident. Hilary Golston reports.
President Obama spoke late Tuesday afternoon regarding a new plan for US intervention in the African Ebola outbreak. Erika Edwards reports.
NASA has awarded the highly-anticipated space taxi contract to Boeing and SpaceX, a move which will end the agency’s reliance on Russian technology to transport U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey tells Senators that new air campaign won't be "shock and awe" but instead "persistent and sustainable". Steve Handelsman reports.