Local News

  1. Biracial boy allegedly hanged by group of teens gets big birthday surprise

    Last month, Quincy's family said a group of teenagers nearly hanged him in what they're calling a racially motivated crime.

  2. 5 gross things that happen when you don't change your toothbrush

    When was the last time you switched your toothbrush out?

  3. Suspected drunk driver going wrong way down New Mexico interstate

    Dash cam video shows officer slamming truck into concrete barrier to get it to stop driving wrong way.

  4. 'He's an angel for us': Man in UK helps save boy’s life with cheek swab

    With a cheek swab, Swanand Patwardhan became a hero.

  5. Women's Marches draw large crowds as demonstrations continue for second straight day

    Demonstrations are happening in cities across the country Sunday, one day after hundreds of thousands of people across the globe marched, chanted and protested.

  6. Dog named Lucky survives abandonment in desert, bullet to head

    This dog was found by a border patrol agent in Arizona.

  7. Shutdown heads into day 2 amid blame game on both sides

    The government shutdown enters its second day with recriminations deepening between the parties and with no sign of progress towards ending the impasse.

  8. All boil water advisories lifted; Orleans Parish asked to conserve water

    Parts of Terrebonne Parish still remain under a boil water advisory.

  9. Mayor Landrieu: Normal operations to resume Monday after last week's freeze

    Mayor Mitch Landrieu provided an update on the winter weather event that impacted the city and region.

  10. New England wins AFC championship, defeating Jacksonville 24-20

    After chasing the Jacksonville Jaguars’ lead for most of the game, the Patriots regained the spot with minutes left.

  11. Sunday evening: Rain chances increase for Monday

    A cold front is heading our way and it will increase our rain chances for the start of the week.

  12. New York to spend state money to keep Statue of Liberty open during shutdown

    The U.S. government shutdown is prompting New York state to step in and pay to open the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island for visitors.

  13. John Coleman, Weather Channel co-founder, dies at age 83

    John Coleman, a former meteorologist who co-founded the Weather Channel, has died. He was 83.

  14. US airline tightens rules on in-flight support animals

    Passengers on Delta planes will soon need documentation that their support animals are healthy and well-behaved.

  15. Same-sex active-duty couple marries at West Point

    Two male Army captains who met at West Point have returned there to be married.