Friend breaks news to cancer survivor: You're going to Disneyland!

Juniper and Violet are best friends who are both battling the same rare form of cancer. They also shared a dream to visit "the happiest place on Earth" -- Disneyland.

Please come home, beg mothers of 'brazen' teen couple

As police across the South search for a teenage couple on the run, the mothers of Dalton Hayes and Cheyenne Phillips are begging their children to come home.

Woman sees images of black males as sniper targets; one is her brother

You go for some target practice, look down the firing range and see at the other end that one of the targets is -- your brother, an old photo of him.

Local cigar shop owner reacts to travel changes to Cuba

The ice has thawed between the United States and Cuba and new rules have been unveiled regarding travel and and what Americans can bring back.

An aspirin a day may not be necessary for everyone's heart health

If you're popping aspirin on a daily basis to lower your chances of having a heart attack or stroke, it might turn out that an aspirin a day may not keep the doctor away. In fact, it could make things worse for your health.

Police: Two dead, one injured in Florida mall shooting

A second person has died after a shooting Saturday in the food court of a central Florida mall, Melbourne police said.

Security boosted as Europe scrambles to handle growing threats

Soldiers stood guard outside the Jewish Museum in central Brussels on Saturday, as Belgium joined France in deploying its military alongside police to counter the threat of potential terror attacks.

Flu season gets worse, but there are hopeful signs

This year's flu season has returned to an epidemic level, according to the latest flu data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

UPDATE: Louisiana mom of deceased toddlers in custody, charged

The mother of two toddlers who died in a house fire earlier this week in Bastrop has been discharged from a Shreveport area medical facility and is now in police custody.

Families not allowed to see inmate victims in Texas prison bus crash

Family members of inmates who survived Wednesday's bus wreck are frustrated. They want to see their loved ones at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, but can't.