Wal-Mart agrees to settle a civil lawsuit brought by actor-comedian Tracy Morgan, who was badly hurt in a collision blamed on a Wal-Mart driver.
One of the nation's most conservative states outlaws capitol punishment. Nebraska barely beats a veto to do away with the death penalty.
More than 100,000 people had their personal information stolen from an IRS database. The IRS says criminals took advantage of the agency's online "get transcript" service, which allowed people to download several years of tax returns.
A thirteen hour stalemate on Evansville's southeast side ended Wednesday afternoon as the police department's SWAT team deployed roughly a dozen canisters of tear gas which ultimately prompted the peaceful surrender of Jason Porter. Authorities had arrest warrants for Porter, 32, after he allegedly threatened officers with a baseball bat. The officers were attempting to talk to Porter about his alleged involvement in the vandalism of a business next door.
After three decades, science teacher Carol Ballard is looking forward to a relaxed retirement. But her students at Washington Middle School have one last lesson for her in green gratitude.
Shelley Kirk brings us the story of one man who's making a difference one student at a time.
Brad Byrd sits down with World War II veteran Arlin McRae and Dr. Richard Litov, the President of the Freedom Heritage Museum, who will both be aboard this weekend's Honor Flight. McRae also discusses his time serving on Iwo Jima, where he was wounded.
Brad Byrd talks with Ben Trockman about his new award and ongoing efforts to making flying easier for physically disabled people.
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