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‘Hi, Mr. Elevator Man’: Chance Encounter Leads To Temple University Love Story

When life opens a door, you never know who might walk through.

Man Who Died In Plane Crash Was Experienced Pilot, Ran Skydiving Business


The man who died in a small plane crash Thursday evening in Wise County was an experienced pilot and ran his own skydiving business, friends say.

3 Men Wanted In Shooting Of 2 Camden County Detectives

Three men are wanted in connection with the shooting of two Camden County metro detectives.

Texan Sentenced For Trying To Blow Up Confederate Statue


A 26-year-old man was sentenced to more than six years in prison for attempting to blow up a Confederate statue last summer at a Houston park.

GPISD Superintendent Owes Thousands In Utility Bills


Consumer Justice obtained records of electric and water bills at the Carrier Parkway property, along with payments from Superintendent Susan Hull to the district.

Viral Video: 3-Year-Old Patriots Fan Sings Along To National Anthem


As the Bruins search for a new national anthem singer, they may want to check in with a young fan who was at the Patriots game Thursday night.

Jayson Tatum’s High School Retires His Number Just Two Years After He Graduates


Celtics star Jayson Tatum had his No. 22 retired by Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis on Friday.

Police Dog Vs. Jack-In-The-Box Puppet: Dog Wins!


A police dog named Ammo, hit social media with its takedown of a jack-in-the-box puppet in Redondo Beach, California.

Hobart Attorney T. Edward Page Murdered By Client


New details emerged Friday about the circumstances of the murder of a well-known Indiana attorney gunned down Wednesday in front of his home.

Man Accused Of Assaulting Women On Esplanade


State Police are searching for a man who allegedly assaulted two women on the Esplanade on August 9.

Body Cam Video Released In William Hughes Shooting


The St. Paul Police Department has released body camera footage from the Aug. 5 fatal officer-involved shooting in St. Paul.

15 Wolves Rescued From Fur Farm Get New Home In Sylmar

The wolves will now live at the Wildlife Waystation in Little Tujunga Canyon.


‘Seedless Tragedy’: Watermelons Fall Off Truck On North Texas Highway


There were no reports of injuries, but at least one report of sticky shoes.

Sixth Massachusetts State Trooper Charged In Overtime Abuse Scandal


Suspended Mass. State Police trooper Kevin Sweeney, 40, is the latest trooper to agree to plead guilty in the overtime abuse scandal.

Judge Extends Halt On Deportations Of Separated Families


A federal judge has extended a freeze on deporting families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border, giving a reprieve to hundreds of children and their parents to remain in the United States.

Red Sox Activate Ian Kinsler; Place Rafael Devers On DL


Ian Kinsler is off the disabled list, but Rafael Devers is back on it.

Retired Officer Rescues Baby Raccoon


The baby raccoon was said to be screaming out but its mom was nowhere to be found.

FBI: Stolen Artwork Worth $700K May Be In New York Area


The FBI is turning to the public for help in solving a 35-year-old art heist.

10-Year-Old Boy Shares Foul Ball With Young Fan At Detroit Tigers Game

A routine foul ball at the Detroit Tigers game became anything but when 10-year-old Travis Blackwell decided to give the ball to an even younger fan, 7-year-old Michael Ogden.

See The Rare Treasures Hidden Inside The New York Public Library


Get special access on a private virtual tour with CBS2's Elle McLogan.

Stevie Wonder Reveals His Last Words To Aretha Franklin Before She Died

In an emotional interview on 'CBS This Morning' Friday, Stevie Wonder revealed some of his last words to his longtime friend and fellow music legend Aretha Franklin before her death.

Cardinal Cupich Laments ‘Catalogue Of Horrors’ In Pennsylvania Priest Sex Abuse Scandal


The report, released Tuesday, outlines the accounts of more than 1,000 children abused over seven decades across six dioceses in Pennsylvania.

Man Identified In St. Paul Shooting


Authorities have identified a man who died in an incident Thursday near the BCA headquarters in St. Paul.


Police Searching For Man, Woman In SUV That Dragged Trooper


Massachusetts State Police are searching for a man and woman in an SUV that dragged a trooper Friday afternoon.

Trial For Ghost Ship Defendants Likely To Begin In Early 2019

A jury trial for the two defendants charged with involuntary manslaughter in Oakland’s deadly 2016 Ghost Ship warehouse fire will likely be held in early 2019.

Mormon Church Leader Wants People To Stop Calling Them “Mormons”


Mormon church President Russell M. Nelson said he wants people to stop using "Mormon," or "LDS" as substitutes for the full name of the religion: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Holy Fire Arson Suspect Forrest Clark Ordered To Undergo Psychiatric Evaluation

Arraignment for Forrest Gordon Clark, 51, had already been rescheduled twice after he initially refused to leave his jail cell, then made several outbursts in court last week.

First Generic EpiPen Gets FDA Approval


Teva Pharmaceuticals gained approval to market the new generic drug, according to an announcement from the FDA on Thursday.

Interstate 35W Closure: Detour Information


Interstate 35W will be closed for the fourth weekend in a row beginning Friday night.

Air Quality Alert Extended To Southern Half Of Minnesota


The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency says an air quality alert – already issued for the northern half of the state – has been extended to include the southern half.