Possible Plans to Dig Up Whale Skeleton, Put it on Display

Port Aransas, TX (KIII) -- A nearly 50-foot whale that washed up on the beach in Port Aransas three years ago may soon be dug up and then put on public display.

Congressman wants to drug test unemployment beneficiaries

El PASO, TX (KDBC) -- When you apply for a job, an employer may require you to pass a drug test before you're hired for the position. A controversial proposal in Washington wants to extend this rule to the unemployed as well, and require the joble

Dating website offers millions to rename city

Sugar Hill, GA (WGCL) -- A dating website is trying a new form of advertising you might not believe.

Open that iPad before you buy it

(CNN) -- If you're handing over cash for a heavily discounted iPad from some random guy in a McDonald's parking lot or at a gas station, then yes, you should consider your purchase a risk.

Obama travels from Israel and Palestinian lands to Jordan

JERUSALEM (CNN) -- After putting himself in the middle of the historic tensions between Israelis and Palestinians this week, U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday wraps up his first trip to Israel since becoming president.

Mother cites robbery attempt in her baby's shooting death

BRUNSWICK, Georgia (CNN) -- A woman says she was taking her 13-month-old son for a walk in this Georgia town when they were approached by two boys who demanded money, then fatally shot her boy and wounded her.

'A long night' at Quantico Marine base: 3 dead in shooting

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A Marine shot and killed two of his fellow service members at a Virginia base Thursday night and then apparently killed himself, base officials said.

Man crashes car off 5th level of parking deck

A 19-year-old was racing another driver Tuesday in San Antonio when he crashed through a concrete barrier and plunged off the fifth level of a parking garage.

Brazos County Health Department to address 2013 mosquito season

Mosquito season isn't something you typically have to worry about until May but after a record-setting West Nile Virus outbreak last year and an extremely mild winter, officials say the 2013 West Nile Season could be just as bad.