Wildfire scorches homes

(KGW) Crews successfully battled a fast-moving wildfire that damaged three homes and threatened others near White Salmon, Washington Thursday afternoon.

ISIS growing

(NBC News) A new assessment is suggesting the terrorist group ISIS is much larger than the U.S. previously thought.

Cashing in your phone

Upgrading your cell phone? Tech guru PC Mike Wendland offers tips for cashing in your old one.

School spanking leaves bruises

(KBMT) A Newton, Texas mother says her 7th grade some came home with welts and a bruise after being paddled at school. "Nothing like this has ever happened to my kid before," said Annmarie Riza.

Extended Forecast

Most of us got a very substantial amount of rain earlier today, others too much where flooding occurred.

Texas 4-year-old left on sweltering school bus for four hours

(KWES) A 4-year-old Texas girl is safe and back with her family after being left on a sweltering school bus for several hours Wednesday.

Deputy saves the day

(WTLV) Little Alyssa Gentry is quite attached to a stuffed animal named Pumpkin, but during a recent car ride, Pumpkin went missing.

Michigan parents battle to save baby girl born without an immune system

(WDIV) New parents Jenna and Brenden Heady love to show off their beautiful baby girl, but they're forced to do it behind the safety of their front door. Baby Samantha can't leave their Dearborn Heights, Michigan.

Former minister already serving life sentence receives extra time for first wife's killing

Former Pennsylvania minister already serving life sentence for second wife's murder receives extra time for first wife's killing. Andrew Forgotch reports.

Caught on cam: Wild chase

(WESH) A Florida teen is behind bars after leading Ocala police on a high speed chase in a stolen car. Police say a group of suspects stole at least three cars from the Ocala Auto Exchange.