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Mother of Border Patrol agent struggling to understand son's death

Rogelio Martinez was always one to follow the rules. So when he saw an opportunity to become a US Border Patrol agent, he joined to help enforce the law, said his mother, Elvia Martinez. More>>

Hall County teacher, coach accused of sexual contact with student

A coach at a Hall County high school has been arrested and is accused of engaging in unwanted sexual contact with a female student at the school. More>>

American formerly imprisoned in North Korea burns to death

Police in San Diego are investigating the mysterious death of a man who made international headlines eight years ago when former US President Jimmy Carter helped negotiate his release from North Korea. More>>

Kate Steinle murder trial: No verdict after second day of deliberations

Jurors failed to reach a verdict Wednesday after the second day of deliberations in the trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, who is accused of the July 2015 killing of Kate Steinle in a case that became a rallying point in a... More>>

Man accused of sending threats of rape to women online

Police believe a man accused of sending violent threats of rape to women in St. Louis could have targeted others. More>>

Jeb Bush, Betsy DeVos to speak at education summit in Nashville

Two big names in the political sphere are going to be visiting Nashville next week. More>>

Deaf girl's bus ride home sparks questions from investigators

It was a scary ride home from school for Zar'Riah Hansel last week. More>>

Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor apologizes, pleads guilty to criminal sexual conduct

Larry Nassar, the former acclaimed USA Gymnastics team doctor, pleaded guilty Wednesday to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and admitted in a Michigan court to using his position to sexually abuse... More>>

Two charged in Davidson County animal abuse case

Police have charged the owners of three dogs who were taken to the Davidson County Animal Shelter Monday evening with cruelty to animals. More>>

Drug addicts leave used hypodermic needles in public spaces

A CBS 5 investigation found used hypodermic needles left near light rail stops, city parks and public restrooms. Advocates for homeless drug addicts say there is more that government officials can do to protect the rest of... More>>

Chesapeake city manager withdraws request for juvenile justice center

A juvenile justice center will not be coming to Chesapeake in the near future. Chesapeake city manager James Baker will be withdrawing the request at Tuesday's city council meeting as a formality. More>>

Suspect in officer-involved shooting escaped courthouse

Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for an inmate that escaped from a Silicon Valley courthouse earlier this month. That man, 47-year-old John Bivins, is also the suspect in an officer-involved shooting in... More>>

Thanksgiving Day Fast Facts

Here's a look at Thanksgiving Day, celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. In 2017, Thanksgiving is on November 23. More>>

5 Things for November 22: Zimbabwe, Navy plane crash, Uber, David Cassidy

Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Five Things is off Thursday, so we hope you have a wonderful holiday. As always, we are thankful for you and everyone in the Five Things family. Now, here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed... More>>

Trial of undocumented immigrant in Kate Steinle killing goes to jury

Jurors failed to reach a verdict Tuesday after the first day of deliberation in the trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate. His alleged murder in 2015 of Kate Steinle became a rallying point in a national debate over immigration... More>>

Border Patrol agent's death in Texas leaves many questions

Details remain scant in what the FBI describes as a "tragic incident" that left one Border Patrol agent dead and another in serious condition. More>>

Weather won't be the reason for your travel delay

Maybe there will be less family fighting due to seasonal affective disorder this year, because if there is one thing to be thankful for, it will be the cool, crisp, blue-sky days ahead this week. More>>

Utah Jazz owners help feed thousands of homeless

The owners of the Utah Jazz handed out thousands of "assists" Monday morning and afternoon for Utah's homeless population. More>>

A look at four storms from one brutal hurricane season

By AJ Willingham CNN () -- As the 2017 hurricane season comes to a close, parts of the Gulf Coast and the Caribbean are still healing from a series of devastating storms. Here's a look at how Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and the most recent storm to threaten the area, Hurricane Nate, impacted the United States. It's important to remember that these storms have hit certain places repeatedly. Areas in the Caribbean, like Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, were... More>>

Small business helps fellow refugees

Small Business Saturday is all about supporting smaller, local businesses. This week, one business started by two refugees is helping others like them. More>>

Thousands come together to celebrate lost loved ones in 'Light Up a Life' event

Thanksgiving and the holidays are usually a time to be with family and that can be tough for families who have recently lost loved ones. More>>

Judge rebuked after offering reduced jail time in exchange for vasectomies

The Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct has publicly reprimanded a judge who had offered reduced jail time to inmates who agreed to get long-term birth control procedures. More>>

'Trouble in Toyland' report catalogues dangerous toys this holiday season

A research group released its list of dangerous toys for the 2017 holiday season. More>>

Former Fayetteville Alderman Accused Of Pilfering Tens Of Thousand Of Dollars, Lawsuit Claims

A lawsuit claims a former Fayetteville alderman stole "tens of thousands of dollars" from his domestic partner. More>>

SLMPD doing internal review after child stays with parents suspected of overdosing

St. Louis police confirm to News 4 they're investigating themselves after an alarming accident earlier this month. More>>

One arrested, another found dead in nearby yard after alleged burglary in Greensboro

A man found dead in the 1300 block of Seminole Street after a burglary was reported early this morning has been identified and a suspect is in custody. More>>

"He was asking if he was going to die," Young boy suffers graphic injury at Incredible Pizza

An Oklahoma family would like to warn others about a graphic injury their 5-year-old boy suffered while he was playing in a bounce house game at Incredible Pizza. More>>

'Armed and dangerous' man wanted in deadly Greensboro shooting

Police are searching for a 20-year-old man in connection with a deadly shooting on Holden Road in Greensboro on Oct. 3, according to Greensboro Crime Stoppers. More>>

60-Year-old man take to hospital with serious injuries after crash involving school bus in Dover Township

A 60-year-old man was taken to the hospital after an accident involving a school bus. More>>

Grand jury indicts 11 members of Hells Angels

Eleven members of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang have been accused of a range of crimes related to murder, assault, maiming, racketeering conspiracy and witness intimidation, according to an indictment that was unsealed... More>>

5 Things for November 21: Sanctuary cities, Haiti, Charlie Rose, Puerto Rico

Today is day six of the search for a missing submarine belonging to the Argentine navy. The craft was last heard from on Wednesday somewhere in the Atlantic. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the... More>>

Border Patrol agents in Texas had traumatic head injuries

Details remain scant in what the FBI describes as a "tragic incident" that left one Border Patrol agent dead and another in serious condition. More>>

Trial of undocumented immigrant in Kate Steinle killing nears end

Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was playing his own "secret version of Russian roulette" when he deliberately fired into an unsuspecting crowd and killed Kate Steinle on a San Francisco Pier two years ago, the prosecution argued... More>>

Where are 'Manson Family' members now?

Charles Manson's followers were young and zealously committed. More>>

As local firefighter recovers from West Nile, huge crowd raises money for his medical bills Local firefighter recovering from West Nile

Just one month ago, volunteer Bennington firefighter Bob Rayman was fighting for his life - battling rare and devastating complications from West Nile Virus. He spent several weeks in the hospital suffering from a swollen... More>>

East Moline man accused of fatally shooting his grandfather

man has been accused of fatally shooting his grandfather who he lived with, according to a spokesperson from the East Moline Police Department. More>>

Dog found starved & dead in crate in closet of Northland apartment; KC firefighter charged

A dog found dead in a crate inside a bedroom closet has led to charges against a Kansas City, Mo., firefighter who police say left the dog behind when the man was evicted from his Northland apartment. More>>

Travelers head to PDX Sunday to beat Thanksgiving rush

Travelers were on a mission Sunday to beat the holiday rush at Portland International Airport. More>>

Hospital holds toy drive after warehouse fire destroys donations

The St. Louis community gives back during a time of so much loss. Shiners Hospital hosted a toy drive Saturday to collect donations after thousands of toys were destroyed in a 5-alarm fire in a warehouse on Wednesday in... More>>

Expert speaks out about domestic abuse after death of Diane Bauermeister

In today's world, it's a conversation most people want to avoid. It's domestic violence. More>>

Search for man who held up Metairie business at gunpoint

Jefferson Parish detectives are searching for a man they say tried to rob a business at gunpoint. More>>

Border Patrol agent killed in southwest Texas

A Border Patrol agent died Sunday morning from injuries he suffered while on patrol in southwest Texas, US Customs and Border Protection said. More>>

Charles Manson, leader of murderous '60s cult, dead at 83

Charles Manson, the wild-eyed 1960s cult leader whose followers committed heinous murders that terrorized Los Angeles and shocked the nation, died Sunday of natural causes, according to the California Department of... More>>

5 Things for November 20: Manson, Mugabe, Mueller, Trump, Tambor

Plan to travel this Thanksgiving week? Betcha wish you could reap the benefits of this $850 million investment in airplane beds. Here's what else you need to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things... More>>

Family of 5-year-old boy crushed in rotating Atlanta restaurant files lawsuit

The family of a 5-year-old boy who died after being crushed in a rotating restaurant atop a downtown Atlanta tower has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant, its owners and staff. More>>

Jesse Jackson Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of civil rights activist and clergyman Jesse Jackson. More>>

Michael Chertoff Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Michael Chertoff, former Secretary of Homeland Security. More>>

Porter Goss Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Porter Goss, former CIA director and Florida congressman. More>>

LaToya Cantrell elected first female mayor of New Orleans

New Orleans voters elected LaToya Cantrell as mayor Saturday, making her the first woman to hold that position in the city's 300-year history. More>>

Detroit priest a step closer to sainthood

A priest known as "Detroit's miracle worker" is one step closer to possible sainthood after being beatified by the Catholic Church. More>>

15 Men exonerated in one day -- and 7 Chicago cops taken off the street

The drug convictions of 15 men in Chicago have been thrown out after they claimed they were framed years earlier by a police sergeant, who went to prison for a related crime, and his team of officers. More>>

Joe Biden Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Joe Biden, 47th vice president of the United States. More>>

Billie Jean King Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of tennis champion and activist Billie Jean King. More>>

Rahm Emanuel Fast Facts

Here's a look at Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. More>>

Man in a viral protest photo successfully runs for City Council in Charlotte

In just over the past year, Braxton Winston has gone from a prominent protester to a popular politician. More>>

Man Convicted of Elder Abuse in Beating of His 82-Year-Old Grandfather in Pomona

A man has been convicted of beating his grandfather and burglarizing the 82-year-old victim's Pomona home, authorities announced Thursday. More>>

Man Convicted of Elder Abuse in Beating of His 82-Year-Old Grandfather in Pomona

A man has been convicted of beating his grandfather and burglarizing the 82-year-old victim's Pomona home, authorities announced Thursday. More>>

Wedding dresses offered to first responders, spouses in exchange for donation

Wedding dresses for forty dollars? It's a reality, as one local wedding venue is looking to make dreams come true for first responders and their spouses to be. More>>

Chicago gang members seek new lives through writing, reading memoirs

Just days before his daughter's first birthday in 2006, Leronn Johnson was shot once in the shoulder and twice in his back. He says the bullets remain inside his body, a permanent reminder of the gang life he was part of... More>>

Prosecutors say Gresham woman was tortured, killed by ex-husband's new wife

A secret indictment filed in Multnomah County Court alleges an Idaho woman, armed with a knife, broke into her husband's ex-wife's Gresham home to kill her more than a year ago. More>>

Man robbed while making musical recording

A Lithonia man in Covington to make a musical recording ended up being robbed at gunpoint by two men. More>>

Mom in minivan helps police chase down shoplifting suspect

Krystal Tukuafu has used her minivan to haul furniture and as a camper. More>>

A college essay she never let go

Erin Thompson typed furiously, unleashing a torrent of painful memories onto the page. More>>

Keystone Pipeline leaks 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

A total of 210,000 gallons of oil leaked Thursday from the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota, the pipeline's operator, TransCanada, said. More>>

Student sues university (and wins) for ADA violations over service dog in sorority house

A judge has decided that a sorority sister who uses a service dog can return to live in the Chi Omega house at The Ohio State University for now, even though another sister claims that she's allergic to the dog and it's... More>>

Silent demonstration set at Bristol middle school following canceled Muslim talk

A Bristol middle school teacher's plan to have a Muslim woman talk to students about her religion was canceled because of push-back and threatening comments made on social media. More>>

Utah school bus driver fired after taking students to class in crashed vehicle

A Price school bus driver could face charges after police said he took kids to school on a crashed bus. More>>

Mystery at the new Bible museum: Are its Dead Sea Scrolls fake?

Small scraps of parchment inscribed with tiny Hebrew letters. They look like countries cut out of a map or lost pieces from a jigsaw puzzle nobody could solve. More>>

A boy orphaned by the California shooting knew and feared the gunman

Seven-year-old Gage did what the teachers said. He knew the drill. More>>

Wind brings down wires, causes outages across the state

Wind caused power outages across the state on Friday. More>>

Meet the police artist who is honoring fallen heroes

It was a botched robbery that led to Philadelphia police officer Sgt. Robert Wilson's death in 2015. More>>

Ohio State University suspends fraternity activities

The Ohio State University suspended the activities of almost all of its fraternities Thursday, citing a large number of ongoing investigations into hazing and alcohol -- making it the latest US school to take action... More>>

5 Things for November 17: Al Franken, tax overhaul, Zimbabwe, Russia, elephants

Did you know there's hip-hop in Saudi Arabia? Meet rapper Qusai Kheder. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox... More>>

School cancels Muslim speaker after community backlash

What was intended to be an educational presentation about Islam turned into a controversy when threatening comments prompted school officials to cancel the event. More>>

Armed hero who captured Ortonville suspect: 'I would just like to have a pizza'

The man who's being hailed a hero by the community for pulling out his gun and capturing the Ortonville shooting suspect did it on the same day as his 15th wedding anniversary. More>>

Manhattan firefighters need your help finding missing firehouse cat, Turner

Turner, a beloved firehouse cat who lives at a Midtown FDNY station, is missing and New York's Bravest need your help finding him. More>>

Mason Co. suspect charged; claimed to be covered in 'Santa's blood'

The man arrested for attacking a Mason County deputy while intoxicated and covered in blood has been identified. More>>

Life in the shadow of a killer on the loose

Michael Haynes used to take long walks with his dog through Seminole Heights, the tree-lined neighborhood in Tampa, Florida, where he has lived for the last 17 years with his wife and three children. More>>

Parents say dangerous driving near Hamilton School is putting kids at risk

Parents and neighbors near Hamilton School say it's only a matter of time before a student gets hurt during the chaotic drop-off and pick-up hours. More>>

Baltimore police detective dies from shot in the head

A Baltimore police detective was pronounced dead on Thursday, a day after a gunman shot him in the head, police Commissioner Kevin Davis said. More>>

Judge overturns rape conviction, frees man after 45 years in prison

After nearly 46 years in a Louisiana prison, Wilbert Jones became a free man Wednesday after a judge overturned his conviction in a 1971 rape case. More>>

Woman attacked at group home now advocating for industry reform

A health care worker who endured an 18-minute attack from a patient with special needs said Tuesday she is now lobbying for industrywide change. More>>

Deputies Bust Marijuana Dispensary in La Puente That Resembled a Church

Deputies seized about $25,000 worth of marijuana on Wednesday from a La Puente dispensary that was branded to resemble a church and operating without proper permits, officials said. More>>

Father/business owner set to be deported

As the federal government continues to crack down on illegal immigration, a business owner and father of three in Connecticut will need to show proof that he plans to go back to Mexico. More>>

Single mom living with mushrooms, mold growing in HUD-subsidized Burlington apartment

"I literally have mushrooms growing on my second floor," said Tawana Crawford. "Out of the floor. No soil for them to grow on or anything, they're just growing through the tile." More>>

A student, a son and a volunteer: These are the victims in the Tampa killings

A food pantry volunteer, a waitress, a worker with autism, and an aspiring musician were killed over the span of a month in Tampa while they were walking alone at night. More>>

Sequoyah County Deputy Cleared In Shooting Death Of Suspect Speaks Out

Sequoyah County Deputy Christian Goode said he is ready to return to work after being stabbed twice by a suspect. More>>

How a school custodian saved students from the California shooter

As awful as it was, this week's shooting at a Northern California elementary school could have been a lot worse, if not for the actions of a custodian. More>>

Toys meant for Shriners Hospital patients at Christmas lost in warehouse fire

Hundreds of toys that were meant for patients at Shriners Hospital for Children were lost in a warehouse fire in south St. Louis Wednesday. More>>

2017 In Review Fast Facts

Here is a look back at the events of 2017. More>>

Dad confesses to killing missing girlfriend, baby

A few months ago, as he was serving a life sentence for killing his cellmate in an Oregon prison, Thomas Riffenburg got what he would later describe as a "smack on the head from God." More>>

5 Things for November 16: Zimbabwe, Roy Moore and California shooting

Don't have your Christmas vacation plans nailed down yet? You could always go to Santa Claus, Indiana. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know... More>>

Reports: Manson hospitalized in California

Charles Manson, the charismatic cult leader whose followers committed heinous murders that shocked the nation almost a half century ago, has been hospitalized, the Los Angeles Times and TMZ reported Wednesday. More>>

Dispatcher accused of stealing funds meant for injured officer

Authorities say a police dispatcher has been arrested, accused of stealing money meant to help an injured officer. More>>

Iditarod Fast Facts

Here's a look at the Iditarod, the most well-known dogsled race in the world. It is named after the Iditarod Trail, an old mail and supply route, traveled by dogsleds from Seward and Knik to Nome, Alaska. More>>

Top Democratic leader at state Capitol accused of 'inappropriate relationship'

There are more scandalous accusations coming out of the state Capitol. More>>

Triple Crown Fast Facts

Here's a look at horse racing's Triple Crown. The three races in the Triple Crown are the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes. More>>

Join the Club: DISD Students Get Industry Head Start with Robotics Club

Robotics club might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of popular clubs to join in high school, but students at one Dallas high school have gravitated toward it for years now. More>>

Halloween Fast Facts

Here is some spooky background information about Halloween, celebrated annually in the United States on October 31. In 2018, Halloween is on a Wednesday. More>>

Labor Day Fast Facts

Here's a look at Labor Day, a legal holiday celebrated in the United States and Puerto Rico to honor working people. Labor Day is on Monday, September 3, 2018. More>>

NHL All-Star Game Fast Facts

Here's a look at the National Hockey League (NHL) All-Star Game. More>>

TN babysitter accused of abusing child arrested in Alabama

A Lincoln County babysitter has been arrested for allegedly abusing a toddler. More>>

Clarksville father accused of killing, sexually assaulting infant daughter

A Clarksville father has been arrested for allegedly killing his 9-month-old daughter. More>>

Farmington Man Accused Of Killing Infant

A Farmington man has been arrested in connection with the death of an infant in July, according to police. More>>

Texas State suspends all Greek life after pledge dies

Texas State University moved to suspend all fraternity and sorority activities Tuesday, a day after a 20-year-old fraternity pledge died following an off-campus social event. More>>

Couple uses infant's stroller in Best Buy shoplifting spree

Police are asking for the community's help in finding a man and a woman accused of using a baby stroller to shoplift items from a Best Buy location in Henry County. More>>

Tampa police scour neighborhood after fourth killing

A 60-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday morning in Tampa's Seminole Heights area, the fourth such death in what police say is a string of unsolved killings in that neighborhood within the past month. More>>

Mother accused of killing two toddler sons in hot oven expected in court

A woman accused of killing her two sons by putting them in a hot oven is expected to appear in court on Wednesday. More>>

Governor Wolf announces approvals supporting businesses, expected to create about 500 jobs in Lancaster County

Governor Tom Wolf announced seven new Business in Our Sites (BOS) project approvals through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA), to support redevelopment projects in Pennsylvania projected to create more than 3,300... More>>

Penbrook man accused of making series of fake iPhone sales

An 18-year-old Penbrook man is facing charges of robbery and theft after police say he scammed would-be customers out of cash or property in a series of fraudulent iPhone sales. More>>

Cards Against Humanity buys land on Mexican border to stump Trump's wall plan

Cards Against Humanity, an irreverent card game company known for its attention-seeking pranks, says it bought land on the U.S.-Mexico border to block President Trump from building his wall. More>>

5 Things for November 15: California shootings, Zimbabwe, same-sex marriage

A brewery in London can turn bread into beer. It's not magic, just a way to combat food waste. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today"... More>>

FBI report for 2016 sees hate crimes on the rise

National hate crime statistics are flawed and incomplete. That's because bias and motivations for crimes aren't always clear, such crimes can be underreported by both victims and police, and even when the available data... More>>

Baton Rouge police shooting: Body camera footage will be reviewed

Authorities will review body camera and surveillance footage as they investigate the fatal shooting of a Baton Rouge man by a city police officer, Louisiana State Police said. More>>

Russia uses fake photos to accuse US of supporting ISIS

The evidence was "irrefutable," the Russian defense ministry claimed: The US is supporting ISIS. The proof: a series of photos it posted on its social feeds. More>>

Suspected Robber Nabbed after Chase, Two Remain at Large

Police nabbed a suspected robber and are looking for two others after a robbery in Taylor Tuesday morning. More>>

Substitute teacher at MPS busted for prostitution

A substitute teacher at Milwaukee Public Schools has been busted for prostitution. 37-year-old Samantha Nelson was arrested during a sting operation last month. More>>

Milwaukee mother accused of killing 4-year-old son found mentally incompetent

The Milwaukee mother accused of brutally killing her 4-year-old son is found mentally incompetent. More>>

Rogers Man Accused Of Shooting Gun While Drunk Driving

A Rogers man is accused of shooting his rifle while driving drunk after police found him intoxicated with more than 50 shell casings in his car, according to a probable cause affidavit. More>>

Former OSU football player arrested on charges of rape, sexual abuse

A former Oregon State University football player is facing rape and sex abuse charges. More>>

A Georgia networking event wants to help white people 'Come Meet a Black Person'

A networking event in Georgia offers an interesting twist: a chance to meet a black person. More>>

St. Louis nurse accused of stealing narcotics, putting 80 patient's health at risk

After undergoing back surgery at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in early 2017, Mark Barbre received a surprising letter from the hospital in May. More>>

St. Louis nurse accused of stealing narcotics, putting 80 patient's health at risk St. Louis nurse accused of stealing narcotics, endangering patients

After undergoing back surgery at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in early 2017, Mark Barbre received a surprising letter from the hospital in May. More>>

Hearing scheduled for man accused in Holly Bobo murder case

A hearing is scheduled on Tuesday afternoon for one of the men accused of killing nursing student Holly Bobo. More>>

Cheshire mother of 3 set to be deported granted a stay in US

A mother of three children, who entered the U.S. illegally years ago, was granted a stay in this country on Monday morning, according to 's office. More>>

Push to hold gun maker responsible in Sandy Hook shooting continues in supreme court

A passionate fight for some Sandy Hook families continues in Supreme Court on Tuesday as they push to hold the gun maker of the rifle used in the shooting responsible. More>>

Janet Napolitano Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of the former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano. More>>

How Jewish immigrants dramatically reshaped the UK

Modern British design was profoundly influenced by Jewish immigrants who fled Nazi Europe in the 1930s and 1940s. Seeking refuge in the UK, they brought new skills and ideas to the industry, according to a new exhibition... More>>

5 Things for November 14: Roy Moore, Clinton, quake, Puerto Rico, blood pressure

For the first time in almost 60 years, Italy won't be in the World Cup. Hey, Team USA feels your pain. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know... More>>

Military widow honors husband with Veterans Day baby gender reveal

On Veterans Day you usually see the colors red, white and blue, but people celebrating with Cassie Lohrey saw pink. More>>

Facebook page connects Las Vegas shooting survivors to their heroes

When Lacey Tucker decided to attend a country music festival last month, she never imagined a stranger would help her survive one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern history. More>>

This is the last thing JFK signed in the Oval Office before he was assassinated

It's a black and white portrait photograph of John F. Kennedy. Underneath it, a handwritten message: More>>

TN health professionals gather to discuss opioid crisis

Tennessee health professionals and government officials are working to combat the opioid epidemic and a national emergency. More>>

Recovered video leads to new charges in Penn State fraternity death

Twelve more members of Penn State's Beta Theta Pi fraternity have been charged in the death of pledge Timothy Piazza after prosecutors were able to recover deleted surveillance video from the night of his death -- video... More>>

Bus driver dubbed hero after fiery crash

Newly-released video shows why a Douglas County school bus driver is being called a hero. More>>

PHOTOS: Man accused of trashing Fort Pierce motel room

A ripped sink, broken doors and strange writing on a refrigerator are among the damage a Fort Pierce man is accused of causing to a motel room. More>>

Missed Jupiter and Venus' stunning display? There's a repeat tomorrow

Jupiter and Venus are really far apart. Hundreds of millions of miles apart. But to early risers Monday morning, it looked like the two brightest planets in the solar system were almost on top of each other. More>>

San Diego security guard questions woman's immigration status in Target parking lot

People on social media are outraged after video shows a security guard questioning a mother's immigration status in a Target parking lot. More>>

Doug Jones speaks out about accusations against Roy Moore

Days after accusations of sexual misconduct came out against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, Democratic hopeful Doug Jones spoke to us us about it. Jones talked about the accusations at a fish fry campaign event in... More>>

5 Things for November 13: Iran-Iraq earthquake, President Trump, Liz Smith

The wildfires may be contained, but California's wine country is struggling to attract visitors. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today"... More>>

Heavy security blanketed Las Vegas Marathon in wake of shooting

As the sun set in Las Vegas on Sunday, tens of thousands of runners hit the road to take part in the city's annual marathon. More>>

Texas church turned into a memorial after mass shooting

The same day that the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs held its first service since a gunman opened fire on parishioners last week, killing 25 people and an unborn child, residents and visitors got to see how the... More>>

Famed NY gossip columnist Liz Smith dead at 94

Longtime gossip columnist Liz Smith, who started her column at the New York Daily News in 1976, has died, according to the newspaper. She was 94. More>>

Security becomes a top priority for churches after Texas massacre

While active-shooter training is not new to houses of worship, the massacre this month at a Texas church has renewed attention to their vulnerability and the fine line religious leaders walk as they try to create a... More>>