Not as bad as we thought

(NBC News) U.S. military officials say the conditions of Iraq's Yazidi refugees are not as grave as first reported.

Not as bad as we thought

(NBC News) U.S. military officials say the conditions of Iraq's Yazidi refugees are not as grave as first reported.

Ultra HD TV's

(NBC News) Whether it's called Ultra HD or 4k, it's potentially the next big trend in television. Ultra HD sets have nearly 4 times the screen resolution of current HD televisions.

Teen builds hydraulic hand

(WBBH) A Florida high school student is taking a school project beyond the classroom. Stephanie Latoitue won a bronze medal in a national NAACP STEM competition.

High-tech helmets

New football helmet sensors let coaches and players track blows to the head, helping protect from concussions. Heidi Wigdahl reports. (WBIR) A Tennessee football team is using technology to help protect its players.

Hero foils kidnapping

(KSHB) A 4-year-old boy was nearly abducted in Grandview, Missouri on Monday, but a quick-acting neighbor helped prevent a tragedy.

Caught on cam: Teacher's pet?

(KPRC) Teachers preparing for the first day of school got a surprise Wednesday morning when an alligator was found on campus at a Katy, Texas junior high school. The gator was found outside a door at Beck Junior High.

Copper theft worsened flooding?

Michigan Department of Transportation says copper thieves targeting pumping stations may have made flooding on Detroit-area highways worse. Hank Winchester reports.

A mother's sorrow

The mother of murder victim Odin Lloyd, allegedly killed by former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, speaks publicly for the first time. Nancy Chen reports.

Drought triggers cartel migration

(KSEE) California's drought is forcing marijuana growers out of the mountains and into valley neighborhoods below.