After almost 100 days in the hospital and weeks in a medically-induced coma while he battled COVID-19, Darnell Sheegog returned home.
A group of 239 health experts around the world says new evidence shows that the tiniest droplets from your mouth or nose can linger in the air for long periods of time...
The “Black Lives Matter” is calling for change across the country, in the fight for equality. However, some members of one group within the black community feel shut out.
The housing market in St. Louis is experiencing a slingshot effect following the coronavirus shutdown.
St. Petersburg, Florida, opened its nearly $100-million pier/park this week after seven years of construction.
A constant stream of water flows along a Mississippi couple’s driveway and curb, even on bone-dry days. Marilyn Burns says this is a problem they have faced since 2001.
Several Northeast Ohio school districts have reported positive cases of the coronavirus among student athletes taking part in summer practices.
A 100-acre brush fire was blazing near Running Springs in the San Bernardino National Forest Friday afternoon.
A woman was arrested after allegedly trying to burn down a house with a man inside it.
A Kansas City police officer is accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a witness in two high-profile murders.
A student in Poway is calling her school district’s plan to reopen “unacceptable.”
Santa Monica city officials on Thursday allowed citations to be issued to people not wearing masks while around others, though it remains unclear how strictly local police will...
An Aurora family lost virtually everything overnight, after a fire destroyed their home and car.
Large hail destroyed this windshield near the Wyoming and Montana border on July 6. A tornado shortly appeared in the same storm near the town of New Haven.
A World War II veteran celebrated in a big way in honor of his 99th birthday.
An outbreak of Covid-19 at a summer camp near Branson, Missouri continues to spread.
This year many professional fireworks displays were canceled due to the pandemic. As a result, a lot of people shot off their own fireworks, even in areas where that is not legal.
If you enjoy stargazing, or if the wonders of the cosmos pique your curiosity, here are some tips to help you begin your journey through the starry skies.
A South Side activist is implementing an innovating idea to help curb holiday violence; pay young people for community service projects instead of potentially getting caught up...