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Nykea Aldridge was shot to death while pushing a child in a stroller on Chicago's South Side, police said.
Swing voters have heard little in recent weeks to help them make up their minds on who to support in a presidential race that they say flat out stinks.
Thousands celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service at Yellowstone National Park Thursday. KCWY's Penny Preston reports.
Trump ridiculed his rival Jeb Bush as "low energy" and raised questions about Ben Carson's temper, but questions remain about his own health records.
There are still details to be worked out, but a national ceasefire and access for humanitarian aid are among the goals of a deal.
"Many people have made these claims over the years," the company said in denying the recipe published in the Chicago Tribune was accurate.
Hillary Clinton may have been a Goldwater Girl in college, but she's cribbing from the playbook used to defeat the former Arizona senator in her campaign against Donald Trump.
Dr. Harold Bornstein described Trump's health as 'astonishingly excellent.'
Trump's recent statements about the key issue of his campaign — immigration — had some scratching their heads about where the candidate now stands.
In Friday night's broadcast: Donald Trump's doctor speaks out, the FDA recommends screening blood donations for Zika, and anti-snoring devices are put to the test.
Sister Margaret Held and Sister Paula Merrill were found dead in their Durant home and their car was found a mile away. The town is in shock.
Some families are opting to skip the lines and the costs at amusement parks this summer in favor of building roller coasters right in their own backyards.
The ruling only applies to two students and an employee named in the suit, but the judge said he expects them to be successful in a larger suit.
Italy earthquake devastates towns, Rio Olympics come to a close, a penguin is promoted to brigadier and more.
This is what a week is like for children in Aleppo as told by an English teacher.
The reaction by the alt-right to the increased attention has been welcoming. Even though they were criticized, they say they are now legitimate.
The attempts to tear down Jones reflect an intersection of hatred directed at women who are also people of color called "misogynoir."
Ericka Alston rebounded from drug addiction and chose a path of community service in a disenfranchised black neighborhood.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage gave a lawmaker an earful with a foul-mouthed voicemail demanding that he "prove I'm a racist."
A political committee for Mylan has donated to most of the Senate committee that has asked the drugmaker to explain price increases.