Students at Sand Hill Elementary in Carroll County, Georgia surprised their 83-year-old custodian with a send-off fit for a king on Friday.
A new survey finds 40 percent of adults admit they’ve gone to the bathroom in a swimming pool, but that’s not the worst information uncovered.
Crews are working on a plan to clear invasive sea urchins from California’s Monterey Bay.
(NBC News) Vacation season is already shaping up to be a busy one. With more disposal income, more Americans can afford to splurge this summer,
(NBC News) School monitoring services, like Bark and Gaggle, are discovering a trend of students using Google Docs as secret chat rooms for inappropriate content
(KCRA) Winter won’t let go in parts of California. A blast of spring snow hit the High Sierra Thursday. The slick roads caused a semi-truck
Chuck Hanas was the first person to arrive at the scene of Monday’s fatal plane collision in Ketchikan, Alaska.
(KPRC) Family planning and birth control are going digital. A study from Georgetown University shows one popular family planning app – DOT – is about
The way you shampoo, brush and heat your hair can all do damage to your gorgeous locks.
The American College of Sports Medicine has released its annual American Fitness Index, ranking the top 100 cities in the U.S. from most to least fit.
More than 50 years after leaving college to serve in the Navy, a Vietnam veteran has earned his diploma alongside his grandson.
Experts say to keep your lawn gear in good shape, don’t try to fire it up until you’ve siphoned out last year’s fuel.
(WPTV) The hunt is on to find an exotic bird that was stolen from a home in Boca Raton, Florida. Miriam Walling, the bird’s owner,
(NBC News) Mother’s Day gifts are getting an upgrade this year, with electronics making up $2.2 billion spent for the holiday. A fitness tracker, such
(NBC News) The next generation of Google is on display this week at the company’s developer conference. Google unveiled a line of lower-cost Pixel smartphones
(KWQC) A choir teacher in Bettendorf, Iowa possesses much more than a strong voice. After only a year of training, David Baxter won the Anvil
(WAVY) The colorful “no cursing” signs along the Virginia Beach Oceanfront will soon be no more. George Kotarides, president of the Atlantic Avenue Association, says
(KPRC) Hoping to avoid a hangover after your next night of partying? Experts say there are ways to prevent the pain, or ease it if
Angus the bull looks perfectly normal at first glance, but get closer and you’ll see the two extra legs that set him apart.
A family’s dog is alive thanks to firefighters in Fresno, California.