Rare convergence won't happen again until the year 2049
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Students from across Colorado stepped up to the diving board at Water World outside of Denver to compete for a total of $4,500 in scholarships. Contestants were judged by the size of their splash.
Small plane piloted by great-grandson of Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller crashes in New York hamlet
Ten-year-old Brianna Vance used the social media site to send a message for someone to save her father and his friends, trapped under an uprooted tree
Russian bombers never officially entered U.S. airspace when F-15 fighter jets made visual contact with them, NORAD says
A 61-year-old guitar player in Manteca, Calif., is lucky to be alive after a gig that nearly ended his career -- and his life. KOVR's Kelly Ryan reports on how a nurse in the audience came to his rescue.
Black resident wore KKK hood and T-shirt emblazoned with racial slur to protest city during 2011 parks commission meeting
Firms hired to probe allegations of previous discriminatory conduct, whether other owners made controversial remarks, source says
Morotist is charged with DUI after Mercedes Benz shatters glass entryway of lobby
"Sunday Morning" looks at some notable events of the week ahead
"It will become ... very iconic," he says of 20-foot-high sign bearing his name
Pentagon: Last American POW from war in Afghanistan arrives in San Antonio after flight from military hospital in Germany
Authorities say California woman struck man with her car and then drove for more than 2 miles with victim lodged in her windshield
He authored popular series of children's books that have sold more than 60 million copies
Juveniles face several charges in alleged plot to carry out attack at Volunteer High School
Calf wandered into lobby of Vail, Colo., hotel after being separated from its mom and chased by children
The flag that withstood the British bombardment at Fort McHenry in the War of 1812 turns 200
Bobby Lee Pearson, who won his freedom because of a jury's mistake, lost his life a few hours later when he was stabbed to death in a fight
Officials say 10 screws capable of ripping into flesh were found embedded into the slides of a park in Oak Lawn, Ill.