After more than 1,000 performances in New York, Derek Jeter bids baseball farewell
It's a foul situation: 37,000 pounds of rotting chicken, abandoned in a tractor trailer after the driver tried to hold the meat for ransom
It's largest settlement of its kind for an American Indian tribe, which accused government of improperly handling revenue from land use
Depending on when he steps down, Eric Holder will be the third or fourth longest serving attorney general in U.S. history
Consumers have been protesting the possibility of major providers like Comcast or AT&T controlling the speed of the internet, and therefore and forcing people to pay more for faster service. The FCC is participating in forums across the country to hear public comment on net neutrality. KOVR's Ron Jones reports.
Tattoo artists and customers are upset over the city of Riverbank, California's effort to connect tattoo shops with gangs, drugs, and diseases. The city has adopted a temporary moratorium on new tattoo shops. KOVR's Kelly Ryan reports.
Temblor that shook up state's largest city lingers for at least a minute
A new report found that between 2000 and 2013, 486 Americans died in "active shooter" incidents, including 208 in 2012 alone
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
Attorney says lawsuit seeking $1 million is "an attempt to embarrass and extort" Dallas Cowboys owner
Proposed new rules from U.S. Forest Service raise concerns about press freedom, some say
51-year-old doctor from Worcester, Massachusetts, went to Nebraska hospital for treatment for deadly virus
Police say the woman had been "living a ruse" that she was pregnant and therefore killed another woman to get her baby
Michael Dunn has said he shot and killed Jordan Davis because he was in fear for his life. In Feb., a jury deadlocked on a 2nd degree murder charge
Assemblyman: "There is no 'Chuckgate.' The mayor is not responsible for this animal's death"
Jesse Matthew, charged with abduction in the disappearance of U.Va. student Hannah Graham, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on a beach in Galveston, Texas
Top cop in Ferguson addresses family of unarmed man killed by officer in video statement
Lt. Howard Bischoff, Robert Leaver and Daniel Heglund all worked at ground zero in the aftermath of the World Trade Center attacks
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio dropped groundhog Chuck during a Groundhog Day celebration at the Staten Island Zoo. The groundhog died a week later after suffering internal injuries.
On the same day, three NYC firefighters who came to the rescue during the September 11th attacks died within hours of each other due to WTC-related illnesses. Firefighters unions say more than 800 first responders and ambulance workers are now battling 9/11 related illnesses.