Plenty of late-night stargazing occurred around Hawaii Monday night. People craned their necks to see the lunar eclipse.
Pop star Miley Cyrus has canceled Tuesday night's concert at Kansas City's Sprint Center because of an illness.
A child is safe after climbing into and getting stuck inside a claw crane machine at a bowling alley Monday night.
Watch an interview with Jewish center shootings suspect Frazier Glenn Cross conducted by former KMBC 9 News reporter Dan Weinbaum in 2006.
Firefighters smashed through the windows of an illegally-parked vehicle to access a fire hydrant after a large fire in East Boston Wednesday night.
Find out which businesses and restaurants are offering free or discounted items on Tax Day, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Australia's prime minister says searchers hunting for the missing Malaysian jetliner are confident underwater signals that have been picked up are coming from the jet's black box.
Nirvana and Peter Gabriel are among the 2014 inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Starting Dec. 20, the Transportation Security Administration will be expanding the TSA Pre-Check expedited screening benefits to all U.S. Armed Forces service members in some Hawaii's airports.
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A controversy led to a parade of Confederate flags Tuesday evening to protest a ban implemented by officials at an Arkansas high school.
Former Vice President Al Gore will speak on sustainability and renewable energy at the Stan Sheriff Center tonight at 7. The presentation is free to the public and joining KITV is Senator Brian Schatz with more information.
This year is the 5th annual Hot Pursuit Hawaii fundraising event which celebrates National Healthcare Decisions Day. Hospice Hawaii President Ken Zeri and Hawaii Indepenent Energy Manager of Government and Public Affairs Lance Tanaka joins us LIVE in the studio with more information.
More than 25 teams took part in the Lemonade Alley business competition over the weekend. Ann Sterling spoke with the winning team.
The NCAA on Tuesday proposed that athletes receive unlimited meals and snacks, the collegiate sports organization said in a news release.