There were few answers Sunday about the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a day after contact was lost with the commercial jetliner en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.By Chelsea J. Carter and Jim Clancy
A delegation of painters and calligraphers, a group of Buddhists returning from a religious gathering in Kuala Lumpur, a three-generation family, nine senior travelers and five toddlers.
A convicted murderer who escaped from a Michigan prison on Super Bowl Sunday used snow-white thermal underwear, hobby scissors, his belt and a dose of inattention from prison guards to sneak out, the state Department of Corrections has concluded in a newly released report.
CNN and Turner Broadcasting System founder Ted Turner was admitted to a hospital for observation while traveling in South America, his spokesman Phillip Evans said Friday. "Given it is our policy not to comment on his personal health, no further details will be provided," Evans said.
A transgender woman prohibited from competing in a strength competition as a female is suing the fitness company sponsoring the competition, seeking $2.5 million in damages.
NBA legends visited students at Crespo Elementary Thursday to stress the importance of financial literacy and education.
By the time Edward Lee Elmore won his freedom at age 53, he had spent 30 years -- most of them on death row -- imprisoned in South Carolina for a crime he says he did not commit.
Food vendors at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo offered up their best entries in hopes of winning a title in the sixth annual Gold Buckle Foodie Awards. With knives and forks in hand, and napkins tucked into their shirts, local media members and other celebrities judged entries ranging from fried food originals to creative desserts at the Statoil Stars Over Texas Stage.
A California educator arrested after a former student accused her in a YouTube video of sexual abuse is scheduled to appear in court Friday morning.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. hosts 17th Annual Youth Symposium “Partners for Progress, Working Together to Build Bridges for Youth”
The ladies of the Gamma Sigma and Gamma Phi Sigma Chapters of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. will present their annual Youth Symposium – “Partners for Progress, Working Together to Build Bridges for Youth”. The event will focus on the importance of partnerships in the community coming together to support our youth. Male and female youth are invited, but some topics will specifically focus on young girls, ages 13 – 17 which include our teen affiliate group the Rhoer Club.