Frazier Glenn Cross, the suspected gunmen in the shootings at two Kansas City-area Jewish facilities, had ties to the White Patriot Party and was once a candidate for the U.S. Senate. Bryan Mims reports.
Walking across the country is something Donna Stokes has wanted to do since she was a teenager, but she says life always got in the way. Now, at 52, she's on her way to check that off her list. KVAL's Chris Liedle reports.
After baseball’s home run king told USA Today he kept the hate mail he received 40 years ago as a reminder, the Braves were allegedly sent more
Bureau of Land Management vows to go to court to collect the $1 million it says Cliven Bundy owes still for his cattle grazing on public lands
Meet “Baby James” a 3 year old PGA pro in the making. WWL profiles the prodigy.
Firefighters and a Park Ranger rescued one adult and two children from a steep cliff in Griffith Park in the Los Angeles area. One child was apparently hit with a rock and taken to a local hospital with a minor head wound.
James McVay, who has history of mental illness, says he killed woman and stole her car so he could drive to Washington and assassinate President Obama
Terri LaManno, who worked with visually impaired children, was killed while visiting her mother at an assisted living center
The Utah woman who admitted to killing her six newborn children appeared via video in court and was said to be unresponsive at one point and seemed "distant" during the appearance. Bail was set at $6 million -- $1 million for each count of murder. Brittany Tait reports.
The man accused of running a car into a Fla. daycare center, killing a 4-year-old girl, faced a judge for the second time in four days. Bond was set at $100,000. WKMG's Nicole Pesecky reports.
The Washington Post and The Guardian get public service medal for reporting on Edward Snowden leaks; Boston bombing coverage also honored
Watch: White supremacist Frazier Glenn Cross, accused in Kansas City-area shooting, speaks during 2010 Senate bid
Frazier Glenn Cross, the man charged with gunning down three people at Jewish centers in Overland Park, Kan., gave an interview in 2010 as he was making a bid for U.S. Senate. The former Ku Klux Klan member discusses a series of provocative ads his campaign was running over Missouri airwaves.
The 22-time Olympic medalist will compete for the first time since the 2012 London Games at a meet in Mesa, Ariz., later this month
A well-known white supremacist allegedly killed three people at two Jewish facilities; federal prosecutors say evidence points to racial motivation
Federal judge says state's ban on recognizing same-sex marriages performed outside of Ohio is unconstitutional, unenforceable
Dr. William Lewis Corporon had moved to K.C. to be near his grandchildren; Reat Underwood, 14, was on his way to a singing competition
Feds say Cliven Bundy owes more than $1 million in grazing fees; Bundy doesn’t recognize federal authority, saying the land belongs to Nevada
Costume-wearing competitors faced off for the Slush Cup at the spring carnival in Alaska on April 12th 2014. Fifty competitors, dressed-up as daredevils, showed off their skills by skiing and snowboarding down a snowy slope and attempting to glide across the icy, 90-ft. pond at the bottom of the hill.
Leroy Knoch of Fort Madison, IA has competed an 18,000 piece puzzle of a world map. A hobby he started when recovering from heart failure in 1991 is one that undoubtedly requires and incredible amount of patience as this puzzle took six and one half years to complete.
Man held in deadly attacks on Jewish center, retirement home has used different names during long history in white supremacist groups