The man says he was working a forklift during Saturday's wind storm in the Puget Sound region when a tree came down and struck his forklift.
Halloween is weeks away, but you wouldn't know it at an elementary school in Missouri. Bats -- thousands of bats -- are haunting the attic in the school gym. Kadee Brosseau reports the problem is so bad, students have to take P.E. somewhere else.
He did it on his time off the clock. A Fort Worth Texas police officer goes the extra mile to help a local homeowner feel safe. Gilma Avalos has the story.
The race is on to get the world's first commercial self-driving car on the road. Major automakers like BMW, Tesla and Audi are all vying to be first to the post. As CNN's Samuel Burke reports -- they've all turned to one cutting-edge Israeli start-up - to help get the self-driving revolution in gear.
A Bay Area woman is overjoyed after being reunited with a family heirloom she thought was gone forever. It all happened because of a free web site started by a Bay Area police officer. Christin Ayers has the story.
Video of Northern Lights over Washington's north coast and British Columbia's Vancouver Island, courtesy of Meg McDonald, Wild Northwest Beauty Photography.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, are becoming more common. And as their numbers increase, there are more chances for run-ins between the craft and the animal kingdom. Jeanne Moos has that.
The top names in tech showed off their latest gadgets at the Mountain View Technology Showcase. As Mark Sayre shows us, it was a rare chance for the public to check out what tech companies are working on.
A Georgia grandmother is proving that honesty is the best policy. Her gesture to the NASCAR Hall of Fame's gift shop nearly brought stop employees to tears. Kristen Hampton explains.
Doctors say the fact a teen couple was holding hands may have saved their lives from a lightning strike. Crystal Cruz reports.
Two die-hard Buffalo Bills superfans came up with a super idea to honor the team's coach. And as Jane Flasch tells us. it's one "a-mazing" tale.
A wallet lost overseas during World War II is now back in the hands of a veteran in the Fresno, California area. That veteran and his family recently got the surprise of a lifetime when they learned the wallet had been found. Sara Sandrik shows us how he got it back -- against all odds.
A man who went to a North Carolina restaurant hoping to propose to his girlfriend instead wound up stopping a robbery. The place had been robbed twice before in the past month, and this time, the robber didn't get away with it. Steve Ohnesorge has the story.
Move over, grumpy cat. The Internet now has a cantankerous-but-cute face to adore. It belongs to a five-month old puggle -- a cross between a pug and a beagle. The Iowa pup has gained thousands of new followers on social media. Bailey Deitz introduces us to Earl the grumpy puppy.
Some are calling her an angel, amazing and selfless. And she pretty much fits those descriptions perfectly! A 9-year old girl was hoping to raise a little money making bracelets to help her best friend with a rare skin disease, but that little turned into thousands! Stacey Spivey reports.
Babies are often in the NICU for weeks, sometimes months, so the hospital staff not only get's to know the patients during their stay but their families too, creating a bond that can be remembered for a lifetime. Each year, Memorial Hospital and Children's Hospital Colorado invite families of former neonatal intensive care unit patients to reunite with the doctors and nurses who helped save their lives. Taylor Bishop has the story.
If you like to be creative, but don't consider yourself an artist, there's a new hobby that might be just right for you. Adult coloring has become extremely popular in recent months. So popular, in fact, several adult coloring books are on best seller lists.