Flood miracle: Baby swept away

(KMIR) Flooding in Palm Springs, California decimated one family's home Tuesday.

Missing bachelorettes return!

(KSEE) A bride and seven bridesmaids who went missing during a bachelorette party in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico after Hurricane Odile called home Wednesday for the first time after losing all contact with loved ones.

Mardi Gras mix-up: A different ISIS

(WPMI) A local Mardi Gras group in Mobile, Alabama is doing everything it can to distance itself from the militant group ISIS.

Teen lingerie party draws fire

(WBBH) A Facebook advertisement has been found promoting a lingerie party this Friday night at a Cape Coral, Florida club targeting girls as young as 16-years old.

Drunk gunman opens fire

(WESH) Florida deputies say a Deltona man frightened neighbors Tuesday morning and delayed school bus routes when he fired nearly two dozen rounds from an AK-47 assault rifle.

Paying it forward at Chick-Fil-A

(KRBC) Employees at one Abilene, Texas Chick-fil-A say they are used to seeing customers pay it forward, but they never expected to see such a large act of generosity as they did on Monday night.

Forced to drink

(WBIR) A Tennessee man was arrested Saturday after officials said he forced his 15-year-old son to drink alcohol until he passed out.

Billy the Kid: New face from history

Forensic artist says recently discovered image of Billy The Kid is real, making it only the second authentic photo of the legendary outlaw. Tom Joles reports.

Bus driver dies saving child

Bus driver pushes child to safety, sacrificing her own life, when safety drill turns into real-life deadly accident. Kim Wheeler reports.

New clue in Graham search

(WVIR) Police in Charlottesville, Virginia have resumed the search for University of Virginia student Hannah Elizabeth Graham, who has been missing since early Saturday.