Rex Ryan, Dolphins players meet with La'el Collins in Baton Rouge
Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan passed through Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and had an unsanctioned meeting Monday evening with former LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins.
Helicopter interrupts beach wedding, rescued climber apologizes to newlyweds
A bride and groom were enjoying a picture-perfect ceremony in Malibu, California, when a rescue helicopter crashed the wedding.
Isiah Thomas returns to N.Y. basketball as Liberty president, part owner
Isiah Thomas is returning to New York basketball as president of the Liberty, despite a checkered reign with the Knicks that ended ignominiously.
Wells Fargo Accused of Fraud, Taking Advantage of Customers
Wells Fargo has "victimized" customers with illegal bank tactics such as having accounts opened in their names without their permission, a lawsuit claims.
Man Saved After Heart Stops in Middle of Highway
A teenager, a state trooper and a passing nurse saved this man's life when he had a medical emergency while driving on a highway.
Randy Gregory gets star tattoo to show allegiance to Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys rookie Randy Gregory got a star tattoo on his forearm to show his allegiance to the team that drafted him last week.
Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month
ABC7 Chicago presents the Emmy award-winning program, Asian Influences, hosted by Linda Yu, Saturday, May 23 at 6:00 pm.
Tiger Woods says dad's death, Lindsey Vonn split led to sleepless nights
Tiger Woods has had some sleepless nights lately, due in part to the anniversary of his father's death and his recent breakup with Lindsey Vonn.
5-year-old girl thought to be brain dead overcomes incredible odds
A 5-year-old girl thought to be brain-dead following two diabetic seizures is defying all odds, learning to walk again, and on her way to making a miraculous recovery.
Man builds tiny, mobile house for homeless woman
A man in a Jefferson Park neighborhood built a miniature home for a homeless woman who is well-known in the area.
Family of Motorist in Deadly Metro-North Crash Plans to Sue
The family of a driver involved in a deadly Metro North crash outside of New York City plans to sue, saying the crossing where the accident happened is unsafe.