A Death Even Rarer than 'Struck by Lightning'

The Center for Disease Control has just published an article entitled "Deaths Attributed to Heat, Cold,

Ebola outbreak

(NBC News) Now that two Americans have been diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, U.S. officials are warning anyone traveling there to steer clear of people who may be infected.

Dog nabs burglars

(KUSA) When a Boulder, Colorado couple adopted a neglected dog for Valentine's Day, they had no idea the Weimaraner pointer mix, named Squid, would one day help them catch a burglary suspect.

Overhauling veteran care

(NBC News) Congresssional leaders have announced a compromise bill designed to improve care at veterans hospitals.

Running for your life

(NBC News) Few Americans can find the time to work out every day, but a new study shows that just a few minutes a day can produce huge benefits for your heart.

Succeeding with Autism

(KUSA) Turning junk into an opportunity is all in a day's work at Blue Star Recyclers in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Huge piles of dead bugs cause problems along the Mississippi River

(WEAU) Mayfly mayhem is causing problems in western Wisconsin. Pierce County deputies say a three car crash near Hager City when a driver lost control on the slippery road covered in mayflies.

Welcome Julie the rhino to the Glady's Porter Zoo

The Glady's Porter Zoo in Brownsville is now able to reveal its newest addition to the public. Julie the 20-year-old rhino arrived at the zoo six weeks ago.

RGV will help break world-record for the "Big Latch On"

"Breastfeeding is the best start in life," said certified breastfeeding educator Magally Ramos. "It's not a question of fashion. It's a health decision that you're making."

Adopt a Family for back to school backpacks

Back to school is less than a month away and it's time for back to school shopping, or donating. For the last four years, Linda Castro has been helping families with their back to school supplies.