The city of Millville is getting ready to host its annual Christmas parade.
A local rescue pup's foster mom is in need of some help this holiday season. Captain, who can't walk or stand is in need of a lot of medical attention.
A woman arrested on a domestic battery charge gets an arson charge slapped on her after allegedly lighting a roll of toilet paper on fire in a holding cell. Investigators say she hid a lighter in a roll of body fat.
More on the life of John Glenn, the first US astronaut to orbit the Earth, who died Thursday at the age of 95.
Inmates on death row in Florida will likely have to wait until next year to learn their fates.
Some locals turn wine bottles into candle and sell them to raise money for Anchorage Children's Home.
Multiple locals have been injured or killed in wrong-way crashes recently. We're taking a look at why.
Georgia Southwestern State University police Officer Jody Smith died a day after he was shot in a confrontation near the campus in Americus.
United Steelworkers Local 1999 President Chuck Jones said Trump's comments "don't really faze me" after he disputed Trump's saved jobs claim.
Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth and later served four terms in the U.S. Senate. As a Marine fighter pilot, while flying 149 combat missions during World War II and the Korean War, he received praise for his ability to draw enemy fire and keep the plane flying with huge holes blown into its exterior. Most Americans remember Glenn for taking to space in 1962. Dubbed Friendship 7, Glenn's space capsule circled the Earth and put the United States on equal footing with the Soviet Union in the space race.
Roof's attorney mentioned the heart attack in court documents asking for a mistrial saying a survivor's testimony was so emotional that 'spectators and even court personnel were crying with her.' U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel denied the mistrial request.
Donald Trump effigies were a new addition at the 'Burning of the Devil' festivities, a centuries-old Guatemalan tradition.