National fraternity closes University of Mississippi chapter after members were accused of tying noose around neck of statue of school's 1st black student
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A Boise, Idaho, business offers customers a chance to let off a little steam by smashing everyday items to bits. KBOI's Michael Locklear reports.
A farm in South Carolina will provide you with everything you need to take care of a baby chick for two weeks, and when you return them, a certificate for a dozen eggs. WCSC's Kaitlyn McGrath reports.
The next NFL season may be a long way off, but for over 50 hopefuls, now is the time the Houston Texans are choosing next year's cheerleaders. KHOU's Marcelino Benito drew the short straw and had to go cover the event.
Police say suspect lives near intersection of several highways; 3 motorists wounded in at least a dozen incidents
8-year-old fan who died of cancer inspired Michigan State basketball team, forged special bond with Adreian Payne
It wasn't an easy winter for marathon training, but the cause gave runners a new focus
Big cat featured in National Geographic photo essay found mange-ridden and ailing after eating rat poison
School district says wrong pamphlet was sent home with fifth-graders telling them not to "tattle" on bullies
Leslie Jack Smith, a Vietnam veteran became a citizen 35 years after being promised citizenship for volunteering to serve in Vietnam.