David Brenner had lost his wedding ring on a ski trip in Vail, Colo. Five years later during a routine lift inspection; an employee spotted the shiny gold object from above. KCNC’s Jeff Todd reports.
NCAA makes moves, citing "progress toward ensuring its athletics department functions with integrity"
Widespread thunderstorms from the remnants of hurricane Norbert brought more than three inches of rain in a very short amount of time to parts of Phoenix, Arizona.
Video appearing to show star running back punching and knocking out his then-fiancee has created an outcry; NFL had suspended him only 2 games
Police say a 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a parking lot attack caught on video in Memphis
Authorities think everyone involved knew each other in Anchorage robbery turned deadly
Flooding around Phoenix threatens the city for the second time in a month
"SheTaxi" drivers will reportedly wear hot pink pashmina scarves
Kalee Warnick, 24, allegedly had sex with one of her freshman high school students in Wall Township, N.J., last year
A cell phone video captured the Vietnam War veteran being brought back to shore moments after he crashed his plane in the ocean
Heavy storms from remnants of Tropical Storm Norbert break 81-year-old rainfall record in Phoenix
The full-length "Lansdowne" painting of the first American president will be subject to a high-tech preservation effort
Police said Sonya Spoon, 24, admitted to suffocating her 1- and 3-year-old children early Sunday morning at her home in Cheverly, Md.
Big cat began dragging boy away before his father and another man fought the animal off
Baltimore Ravens star had been suspended two games for incident in Atlantic City hotel elevator; if authenticated, video may raise new questions
Couple jumps from third-floor window as flames prevent rescue of children
Pushed hard to show he has a plan to confront ISIS, Obama is poised to share his intentions with the nation, plus, will the GOP seize the Senate?
Billionaire's fast food chain gained prominence for closing on Sundays, but also drew unwanted attention for stance against same-sex marriage
About 100 evacuees were taken by helicopter due to a lightning sparked fire that started weeks ago
As many as 125,000 in the Detroit area are still without power and it may be several more days before those residents can flip their switches again