Dramatic video shows officers pulling victims out of burning car before it's engulfed in flames

(CAMDEN, N.J.) --  Police in Camden, New Jersey, have released new body camera video from a dramatic rescue of passengers inside two burning cars on the interstate.

Just moments after the 2:30 a.m. April 7 accident on I-676, four poli... Read More

8-year-old girl killed after storm causes tree to crash through her Florida home

(WOODVILLE, Fla.) -- An 8-year-old girl in Florida was killed after a morning storm caused a tree to crash through her house, fatally injuring her and another child in the home, police said.

Officers responded to a 911 call from the home j... Read More

5-year-old victim in Mall of America incident 'showing real signs of recovery,' family says

(MINNEAPOLIS) -- The family of a 5-year-old boy who was thrown from the third-floor balcony at the Mall of America released a hopeful update on Friday, saying that despite "a long road ahead," the boy is "showing real signs of recovery."

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How woman who lost mother-in-law in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting aims to fight anti-Semitism during Passover

(PITTSBURGH) -- As the Jewish holiday of Passover begins Friday night, families and friends will gather at Seder -- an orderly, annual dinner where they eat, drink, sing and re-tell the story of the enslaved Jews' escape from Egypt.

For 12... Read More

Clearing the air on the origins of 420, the unofficial national marijuana holiday

(NEW YORK) -- The origins of the so-called pot holiday "420" are — fittingly — fuzzy.

Some people will say that the holiday's name traces back to a police code. Others, meanwhile, believe that something happened on April 20 man... Read More

School daze: Contractor misspells crosswalk

(DORAL, Fla.) --  One Florida contractor might be in need of a little more E-D-U-C-A-T-I-O-N.

A motorist in Doral spotted a spelling error at a crosswalk Thursday and took a photo.

The word "SCHOOL" was spelled "SCOHOL."Read More

Pathologist's report leads to no charges filed in the death of 5th grader Raniya Wright

(WALTERBORO, S.C.) -- A pathologist's review of fifth grader Raniya Wright’s death revealed that she had a rare birth defect that caused her death, rather than the fight that she was involved in minutes before she became unresponsive, officials... Read More

Turpin children speak out as parents are sentenced in torture case: 'I'm taking my life back'

(RIVERSIDE, Calif.) --  A son and daughter of David and Louise Turpin spoke out in court for the first time Friday as their parents were sentenced for torturing and imprisoning them for years.

"Now I'm taking my life back," a daughter... Read More

Exclusive video goes inside underwater cave rescue of diver in Tennessee

(NEW YORK) -- Exclusive video obtained by ABC News goes inside a murky, underwater cave in Tennessee during the daring rescue of a highly trained British diver who went missing while exploring.

Josh Bratchley, a member of the elite interna... Read More

Severe weather outbreak hits East Coast just before long weekend

(NEW YORK) -- A major storm is moving east, leaving in its wake at least 18 tornadoes and more than 300 damaging storm reports over two days in five states, as the East Coast braces for severe weather.

Nine of those tornadoes, reported Thu... Read More

Ohio man indicted after pretending to be missing 14-year-old boy

(CLEVELAND) -- Authorities indicted an Ohio man on fresh charges Thursday for allegedly impersonating Timmothy Pitzen, a boy who vanished in 2011 at the age of 6.

A federal grand jury indicted Brian Michael Rini, 23, on two counts of making fa... Read More

Professor bought one-way ticket to Rome before cathedral arson attempt: Police

(NEW YORK) -- A part-time philosophy professor was charged with attempted arson on Thursday after he entered a historic cathedral with gasoline and lighter fluid, investigators said.

Marc Lamparello, a former director of music at a New Jer... Read More

Transgender ROTC cadet says he lost military scholarship after new DOD policy took effect

(AUSTIN, Texas) -- A transgender ROTC cadet says he lost his military scholarship at the University of Texas due to the Trump administration's new policy toward transgender service members.

In the wake of President's Donald Trump's impleme... Read More

Dallas is hot and Chicago's not: New census data shows population winners and losers

(NEW YORK) -- They say everything is bigger in Texas, and when it comes to the populations in some of their biggest cities, the Census Bureau seems to agree.

New population estimate data shows that two of the three metropolitan areas in th... Read More