A large gas pipeline in Fresno, California exploded, injuring several. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
At least a dozen people were hurt, some critically, when a gas main ruptured Friday at a shooting range in Fresno, California. Witness Kathy De Ramos recorded cell phone video of the massive fire.
Iraq is reporting that one of the most wanted terrorists in the world is dead; and, a police officer in Milwaukee and a man who spent years in and out of jail have formed an unlikely relationship. It's a story that shows how a little trust can turn an enemy into an ally.
Gas line ruptured at a gun range, launching a fireball hundreds of feet into the air
168 people, including 19 children, were killed and nearly 700 hurt in the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
There are reports that several people have been injured in a gas explosion in Fresno, Calif. The explosion has shut down Highway 99; witnesses say they saw flames shooting 200 feet in the air.
Subscription services for every new facet of life are doing away with long-held beliefs about owning something outright
Basketball hall-of-famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had quadruple bypass surgery on Thursday, according to UCLA Medical Center.
An officer in Buffalo, New York double-parked in the bike lane while grabbing a slice of pizza and angered some cyclists. One bike rider caught his traffic violation on camera.
Investors are pulling money out of the market after getting spooked by some regulatory changes in China and renewed concerns over a potential Greek default. The Dow Jones and S&P 500 experienced their worst point decline in more than three weeks.
Denver teacher gets her eyes opened when she assigns her low-income students to write the things they wish their teacher knew
After group of doctors urge Columbia to oust him from faculty, Oz says his show provides "multiple points of view," including his own
They were the worst of enemies until a meeting over coffee changed everything
68-year-old former NBA and UCLA star is expected to make a full recovery, his surgeon says
White-suited beekeepers scramble to save honeybees while on-scene reporter swats insects as he reports on the accident
The National Park Service wants to add spikes to the top of the White House fence to discourage jumpers. The steel spikes are temporary measures until a new fence is installed.
CBS Radio News congressional correspondent Steven Portnoy followed Hillary Clinton through Iowa for three days, and the whole time her team did not allow press access to campaign events. Clinton only had two "public" events during her first week on the trail.
Oklahoma jury found Chancey Allen Luna guilty in the 2013 shooting death of Christopher Lane, who was shot in the back while jogging
George revealed a year ago that he had begun chemotherapy for kidney cancer, his third bout with cancer
A successful wife is declared dead from nicotine poisoning - is her "Jeopardy!"-winning husband smart enough to get away with murder?