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Authorities say woman lost consciousness while flight from Honolulu was in the air; was pronounced dead when plan arrived in Arizona
As GM recalls vehicles for a faulty ignition switch, some are saying that they are not working fast enough; in some cases that has meant fatalities
A California Highway Patrol helicopter plucked two teenagers clinging to the side of a beachside cliff in Marin County in a dramatic rescue captured on video. CHP Officer Daniel Hill says the 17- and 18-year-old boys were stuck about 75 feet up and had no way of getting down. Neither of the boys was hurt in the incident
To mark the 100th anniversary of the war, there is a new push for a national memorial
Crews in Scott County, Kentucky spent hours overnight working to rescue a boater who was close to going over a dam. Firefighters say the creek was up from rain over the past few days, and at one point, crews almost went over the dam when they tried to rescue the boat. WKYT-TV's Whitney Wetzel reports.
John Basista insists that he has no income and needs public assistance, but officials say he doesn't because of the income he gets from a natural gas drilling operation near his home
Blanca Ramirez has already completed races in North America, Africa and Asia; now she plans to run races on four more continents, including Antarctica
Faced with severe drought conditions, the Pasadena City Council has declared a local water emergency. Officials are calling for fines of up to $500 per violation for residential customers and up to $1,000 per violation for commercial accounts. KCBS-TV's Louisa Hodge reports.
Blanca Ramirez, 12, hopes to break a world record and become the youngest female to run seven marathons on seven continents. She is running to benefit the charity Operation Smile, a nonprofit organization that provides free surgeries to repair cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities for children. Stephanie Simmons of KCAL-TV reports.
Advocates say recent roundup reinforces the need for a standardized approach to report children as missing