71-year-old physicist given a year in prison for lying to FBI and passing classified data to a likely Venezuelan official
At a news conference Wednesday, James Foley's parents said they are proud of their son. Diane Foley called her son courageous and a fearless journalist.
Pentagon weighs sending additional U.S. troops to Baghdad even as insurgents threaten to kill a second American captive
David Belisle says speech to crying players on his Cumberland team was spontaneous and from the heart
Parents of journalist slain by ISIS militants say their son died a hero for revealing stories of oppressed people in war-torn lands
The latest hire inside the Calhoun County Prosecutor's office has four legs. Holli, an 18-month-old yellow labrador, has been trained as part of the Victims Advocate Unit to comfort witnesses while they testify in a courtroom. WWMT's Julia Fello reports.
Rescuers across the state rushed to save people trapped in cars and homes
Wilshire Gun Range in Oklahoma was recently granted a liquor license by the city and is almost ready to open its doors. KWTV's Lacie Lowry gets the first tour.
A woman shopping inside an Anthropologie store with her breastfeeding newborn was escorted to the bathroom to 'finish up.' The mother says the store is breaking the law. She posted the incident on Facebook and received hundreds of responses of support.
A new poll finds a majority doesn't support the nationwide reading and math standards backed by the Obama administration
Another monsoon surge from the south brought more rain to the Phoenix area, prompting a flash flood watch and several calls for water rescues. After a week's worth of rain, most areas were already saturated and could not handle the new influx of rainwater.
Firefighters tame blaze that led to mass evacuations around community near Yosemite National Park
A former Marine charged with murdering Erin Corwin, his alleged lover, admitted to researching human body disposal, police say
Suburban Chicago standoff began about 21 hours earlier when police responded to report of possible burglary
Browns coach Mike Pettine picks Brian Hoyer as starting quarterback over hotshot rookie
Just miles away from the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, police shot killed another young black man in St. Louis. According to authorities, he was armed with a knife and acting erratically. Jeff Glor reports.
Tide turns in Ferguson, Missouri protests; how should U.S. react to purported ISIS beheading of American journalist?; and Phil Mickelson's military ties
Lawyer for Army sergeant who was held captive by Taliban for nearly five years talks about soldier's future
Shots suddenly ring out, several arrests made; governor won't seek removal of local prosecutor from probe of police shooting of Michael Brown
Police say 2 men fired at officers, wounding 2, then took 6 kids, 2 adults captive; several released