Lyndi Trischler has a passion for police work. That's why she became a Florence Police officer in 2012. Now, she says, she is forced to choose between her job and her family. More>>
There was a daring rescue, one of many, in the far Northwest Valley, where an elderly woman was trapped inside her minivan as water slowly pushed her partially submerged vehicle downstream. More>>
Could this be the worst commercial ever? The Internet believes so. More>>
A fight between two men that sent one man to the hospital and shut down a MARTA station on Aug. 9 was caught on camera. More>>
A United Airlines flight was diverted to Nashville after a crack was apparently discovered in the plane's windshield. More>>
It was afternoon rush hour on the interstate when a woman rear ended another car. More>>
A Raleigh woman is witnessing violence in Israel first hand.Robin Graham was born in the triangle, but now chooses to raise her two children in war-torn Israel. More>>
A flyer circulating on social media has been causing uproar in the Chattahoochee Valley, and local authorities are not laughing. The flyer promotes a night of violence mimicking that of the popular horror More>>
A Nashville man battling cancer boarded a tour bus Tuesday heading for Texas and a possible cure. (8/19/14)
A Nashville man battling cancer boarded a tour bus Tuesday heading for Texas and a possible cure. (8/19/14)More>>
Acid Reflux Disease, a condition commonly known as GERD, affects about one-third of Americans. It can cause pain, coughing, heartburn - and can even lead to cancer. In today's News 9 MD, a simple procedure More>>
A young girl, who claims she was standing up for her religious beliefs in the classroom, was suspended after breaking a class rule of saying "bless you" after a classmate sneezed.
The public will get a rare look inside a piece of railroad history this weekend.On Saturday, the newly restored "Clinchfield 100" will be open for tours. Back in May, News Channel 11 reported on the restoration of the famous car, the "Clinchfield Railroad Business Car 100," which served as the Clinchfield Railroad President's car. More>>
Montgomery City leaders honored three teens on Tuesday for their quick actions that saved an infant's life. More>>
A local family is raising concerns about what they call excessive force from Henrico Police. Two contractors were mistaken for crooks breaking into a vacant Princess Road house. More>>
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A 16-year-old Summerville High School student says he was arrested Tuesday morning and suspended after writing about killing a dinosaur with a gun.
Personal data for 4.5 million patients could be in the wrong hands right now. Investigators think the criminals accessed social security numbers, names, birthdays, phone numbers, and physical addresses. More>>
A Spartanburg County man was arrested after Greer police said he resisted arrest and referenced the shooting of Michael Brown. More>>
Eleven-year-old Coleman Callan has always had a creative mind and now he's using that creativity to help a teacher at his school. More>>
Huntsville's zoning board heard from pro-life activists Tuesday evening about the decision to approve a new spot for a local abortion clinic, before ultimately voting down their appeal. More>>
The Hall family is mostly boys, so Jeff and Kayla Hall turned to Facebook to start the process of adopting a little girl. Adoption has worked twice for them; their two youngest come from open adoptions. More>>
Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is suing State Farm Insurance saying the company deceived customers by using cheaper auto parts and steering customers to specific repair shops. More>>
Brunswick County School officials are awaiting additional lab results before moving forward with a plan to address the coal ash found on South Brunswick Middle School's baseball field earlier this year. More>>
The General Assembly passed a bill making it a felony charge to steal Venus Flytrap plants in North Carolina. Rep. Ted Davis of New Hanover County originally introduced the bill after thieves stole thousands of the rare plants from locations in New Hanover & Brunswick counties. More>>
Rural Metro officials said the man saved his daughter, but went back into the basin to try to recover the golf cart.
An 8-year-old shot himself in the finger with his father's gun Tuesday. More>>
Rescue crews save an elderly woman who was trapped inside a flooded minivan. It happened near 153rd Avenue and Jomax Road after a quick but powerful storm. More>>
A Nashville pastor's decision to license female preachers in his church may cost him his credentials, and could cost his congregation its affiliation they have held for more than a century. More>>
A group of archeologists who made a big discovery are coming to Dover, TN to check out the site of a potential cemetery. More>>
With the new school year kicking off on Monday, teens will be behind the wheel of vehicles headed to and from school. In many cases, their siblings will be with them.
A Lubbock Grand Jury indicted four Lubbock people accused of torturing a man who owed them money on Tuesday. More>>
A Blackhawk helicopter was involved in a rescue over the weekend of a couple of hikers and their dog in the Dos Cabezas Mountains, near Willcox. More>>
The Missouri National Guard says they are performing a limited mission to protect the Unified Command Center in Ferguson, Mo.
Greenwood Police Department is the first police force in Missouri to provide body cameras for all its patrol officers. More>>
The Pelicans are in the national spotlight again, and if the viral video from Saturday's Myrtle Beach Pelicans away game is any indication, you don't want to get on Manager Joe Mikulik's bad side. More>>
A mixed martial arts fighter accused of beating his girlfriend inside her Las Vegas home told a California judge on Tuesday he will not contest his transfer back to Nevada. More>>
A burning cross, a Smith county man beaten and shot by a family member, and in critical condition. We are told this is much more than a family feud, and outraged family members are calling it a "hate crime."
Officers say a 10-year-old girl was also injured when the shooter, later identified as 27-year-old Brandon Brewer, went to the home looking for the woman that lived there.
A 66-year-old Leesville man has been accused of trying to buy and rape a 10-year-old, state police said. More>>
Around 7:30 on Monday, Deandre Connell said he was doing homework when a bolt of lightning struck a tree outside the living room window. The current traveled through the ground, blowing him off the couch. More>>
Gulf Shores Police Chief Ed Delmore wrote a blistering open letter to Captain Ronald S. Johnson, who was given command of law enforcement operations following days of looting and rioting in the city. More>>
Detectives said Phoeteama Janiece Neal learned earlier Monday morning that her child was to be relinquished to the baby's father at the end of the month. More>>
A University of Alabama student who allegedly posted a Snapchat using a racial slur has been removed as a member of the university's Chi Omega chapter. More>>
This is not Michael Brown. But a Kansas City Police Department officer may be in hot water for saying it is. More>>
A woman allegedly tried to hold up a gas station convenience store Friday afternoon, but instead of getting away with money she was chased down by two employees. More>>
Artist Isis photographs women who have had mastectomies and does so in a way that empowers survivors, showing their confidence and beauty. More>>
A black lab is recovering in Tillamook County, after rescuers pulled him out of the mud on Saturday. More>>
For people who call 911 in Polk County, there's no guarantee that there will be help available if you don't call at the right time. More>>
Robert Edward Burt, 19, was booked in the Somerset County Jail earlier this month, to perform a sentence from an arrest earlier this year. More>>
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America launched a national campaign Monday calling on Kroger stores to prohibit customers to openly carry guns in its supermarkets. More>>
According to some law enforcement agencies on the coast, everyday gear isn't always enough to handle the unexpected. That's why some rely on military grade equipment, as well as the help from other agencies to fight crime and save lives. More>>
Greenville County deputies said Tiffany Simmons made her 12-year-old son get out of the family car after an argument during a shopping trip. More>>
A young tornado survivor from the Alabama town of Arab got to comfort family members of the Sandy Hook Elementary school shootings in Connecticut. More>>
A woman who is often referred to as the "Matriarch of the Voting Rights Movement" is celebrating her 103rd birthday Monday. More>>
Two five-foot germ-fighting robots, created and manufactured here in South Carolina, have been sent to Liberia to help combat the spread of Ebola in hospitals and clinics.
A janitor from Bridgeport claims he sexually assaulted clients at a recovery facility because he had a "lust problem," police said.
One of the men facing charges in connection with the murder of Holly Bobo was expected to appear in court on Monday. More>>
The hospital operator that owns 11 hospitals in Alabama says a cyberattack took information on more than 4 million patients from its computer network earlier this year. More>>
Lawrence County investigators said a traffic stop led to the arrest of two people on drug charges following the discovery of meth-making materials. More>>
A Jonesboro woman claims she left her dog locked in her car for just 22 minutes while she shopped. But, police say store surveillance video tells a different story.
A Natchitoches woman witnessed the plane crash Sunday morning that claimed the life of a local barber and sent a former city councilman to the hospital. More>>
Sheriff's deputies in Barrow County were able to get a hold of more than 5,500 grams of opium before it could be used to make heroin.The illegal drugs, which were packaged in more than 200 individual packets, More>>
What would you do if you witnessed a crash and explosion directly in front of you on the interstate? Would you stop to help? A video posted Sunday to YouTube shows the moment when a Lincoln Towncar and an 18-wheeler collided last Monday on I-10 in Gulfport. More>>
A soldier is missing from Fort Bragg in Cumberland County. More>>
A Laurel couple has received death threats after starring in a Showtime documentary called The L Word Mississippi: Hate The Sin.
Several N.C. State students had a rude awakening Sunday morning when an intruder entered their dorm rooms and stole money. More>>
Friday night Louisville Metro Police confirmed they spoke with the teenager behind an online hoax that trended worldwide. More>>
University of Alabama librarians are handling two of President Abraham Lincoln's letters with care. More>>
An Okeechobee teen is accused of beating up a 16-year-old boy with autism, and the attack was recorded and posted online, according to an incident report from the Okeechobee City Police Department. More>>
The sights and sounds of the protests and police reaction in Ferguson, Missouri are not something we are used to seeing in middle America. But the firepower and gear police in Missouri -- and in East Texas -- have could be provided directly from the federal government. More>>
What started out as a recommendation from his doctor for exercise has turned into an 8-year ritual, walking Recker Road in Mesa every morning and picking up litter along the way. More>>
People across the country, including in Greenville, gathered to reflect on the situation unfolding in Ferguson, MO, on Thursday. More>>
Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven closed on July 1 after Vidant said the town had not provided the funding necessary to take over operations the hospital. More>>
The body of Kent Torrey Hinkson, the missing priest from Durham was located last night in a state park in Orange County. More>>
A former academic specialist at UNC is asking that her lawsuit against the university be moved to federal court. More>>
Protesters and environmental groups have taken a stand against fracking, while the General Assembly has worked to get the ball rolling in North Carolina. More>>
Local engineers created a new boat that is environmentally friendly and less costly to drive than a standard gas-powered boat. More>>