First Marvel Comics issue sells in Texas for $1.26 million
A rare near mint condition copy of the first Marvel Comics comic book has sold at auction in Dallas for $1.26 million.
Judge orders DNA testing in Alabama teen's disappearance
An Alabama judge is ordering DNA testing for a man charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of the missing stepdaughter of a UFC heavyweight fighter
Family of Mercy Hospital worker killed in shooting files wrongful death lawsuit
The family of pharmacy resident Dayna Less has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Mercy Hospital and its security firm in connection with the shooting there last November.
Puppy loses ear after grooming appointment at Petco
A dog owner is upset after she says her puppy's ear had to be amputated following a grooming appointment.
Dog left alone in car drives in circles for an hour
One neighbor said the dog is a better driver than most people, despite hitting a mailbox.
Victoria's Secret is canceling its fashion show
Victoria's Secret parent company L Brands confirmed on Thursday that it will not air its fashion show this year after falling ratings and backlash to the event in recent years.
Suspicious vehicle stopped at White House, 1 in custody
An unauthorized vehicle was stopped trying to enter the White House complex Thursday morning in Washington D.C., Secret Service says.
Colorado county closes schools due to mystery virus
All 46 schools in the school district will be shut down on Thursday and Friday as an unknown virus continues to spread.
Hail hits Phoenix, snow plagues Denver and the weather forecast ahead of holiday rush
Stormy weather is expected to start this weekend and last through Thanksgiving week.
Storms may disrupt Thanksgiving holiday travel
Forecasters say storms could choke parts of the United States as more than 55 million travelers hit the roads and skies for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Nearly 100,000 pounds of salad recalled over E. coli fears amid multi-state outbreak
Salad products have been recalled over fears of a potential E.coli contamination.
2 airmen killed during training mission mishap at base
Two U.S. airmen were killed while performing a training mission at Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma, the Air Force said on Thursday.