A Dare County teen drowned at Lake Gaston over the weekend, authorities tell WAVY.com.
A baby born to a mother with the Zika virus at a New Jersey hospital appears to be affected by the disease.
U.N. children’s fund issued a stark warning to Iraqi troops and Islamic State militants in the battle for Fallujah to spare the children.
Estimates show that NSU has received more than 6,000 applications from first-time freshman.
Luis J. Cruz-Padro will will have to serve two months of house arrest and two years of intermediate punishment for animal cruelty.
The Grand Rapids woman who recorded a boy inside a gorilla exhibit says parts of the encounter were too horrific to show.
Officials recently discussed an antibiotic-resistant bacteria they they fear could result in a superbug.
Cincinnati police are now investigating to see if the child’s parents should face charges.
A French ship has picked up signals from deep under the Mediterranean Sea, presumed to be from black boxes of crashed plane.
Troy Forister’s third-grade son came home from school claiming his teacher whipped him with an extension cord.
One man was arrested by Virginia Beach Police for shooting another man at an apartment building in Town Center Wednesday morning.
In a spectacular forced overtime in the final sessions, and finished off Menchville in a penalty kick shootout.
It’s every kick, every cry and every smile of their 6-month-old baby that allow the Nunez family to breathe a little easier now that they’re…
Governor John Kasich signed a bill into law Tuesday that protects a person who breaks into a hot car to save a minor or a pet.
Politicians are demanding changes to how your food is labeled. A big food fight is brewing between them and companies.
The museum will be open free of charge Wednesday for one day only.
Ocean Lakes is moving on to the region semifinal after a one-score win over Grassfield.
Appleton Police have released the names of a police officer, citizen, and suspect involved in a weekend shooting. Police say the officer who…
Over the four-day period, troopers responded to and investigated a total of 847 traffic crashes statewide.
The decision follows a 2013 proposal that identified 241 navigational aids for removal.