Trapped in a chimney for hours, an Irving 10-year-old is out of the hospital and explaining how he got stuck. Jeff Paul has the story.
The newly crowned "World's Ugliest Dog" was dogged by fans snapping photos as she took a victory lap around New York City. Not only has she become a media darling, but as Jeanne Moos reports, the ugliest mutt has a makeover in her future.
The mayor of Jeffersonville, Indiana can add another title to his name: crime fighter. The mayor caught a group of teens trying to break into his garage and stepped in to stop them. Janelle MacDonald reports.
An elementary school principal lost a bet that landed him atop the school overnight. Mary Saladna explains why the principal's loss is good for the community.
Think summer camp is just for kids? Think again! Adults are reliving their nostalgic summer camp days, and some are getting to experience it for the first time. CNN's Rachel Crane reports.
The recent shark attacks in North Carolina that left two swimmers missing limbs -- have many beach-goers a little nervous. A California beach lifeguard unit is taking to the sky, with quad-copter drones to watch for sharks and keep swimmers safe. As Stacey Butler shows us, this aerial approach is already showing results.
A video of a confrontation between an Indiana veteran and a man in a Marine uniform has gotten thousands of views online. That's because the veteran says the man was pretending to be a service member. Jeff Wagner talked to the veteran about why he believed he had to challenge the man.
One of the Cleveland Cavaliers smallest fans might also be one of their biggest. He's a Grove City 5-year-old who's making a name for himself after the Cavs showed videos of him on their scoreboard. Josh Poland introduces us to Geo, the boy helping Cavs fans get pumped up for a run to a championship.
Surviving an avalanche is hard enough, never mind outrunning one. But maybe it helps to have a lucky rabbit's foot. Actually, make that four rabbit's feet, and a rabbit that puts bugs bunny to shame. Jeanne Moos reports on the bunny that beat an avalanche... By a hare.
New Hampshire's Supreme Court ruled a group of activist can refill parking meters without penalty. Amy Cove has more.
A man in Michigan showed tremendous compassion to the woman who killed his wife. Jordan Byelich hugged Mitzi Nelson after she was sentenced. Nelson was distracted by her phone when she hit and killed Jill Byelich, a mother of two, on her bike last year. As Susan El Khoury reports, Jordan hopes some good can come out of this tragic accident.
Some residents in a town north of Oklahoma City say their neighborhood is being overrun by foxes. One resident says the wild animals are actually living inside vacant homes. Andrew Donley went out in search of the normally shy canines.
A high school's graduation in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania had more than just diplomas awaiting their graduates. A surprise was underway as one of their classmates defied the odds, and managed to bring everyone to their feet. Meghan Packer has the story.
A skier in the Swiss Alps is grateful to be alive after falling into an icy crevasse. His snowy ordeal and the rescue was all caught on tape. Meanwhile, thousands of miles away, another rescue effort played, not in the icy wilderness, but in Georgia red clay. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on two must-see saves.
A suspected thief in New York was caught, thanks to his bright red underwear. Jennifer McLogan reports.
Thousands "supported blue" as a community said goodbye to officer Kerrie Orozco. One woman in the crowd showed her support in a special way, as the rain fell. Today she met the officer she helped and Nicole Goodrich was there.
A father is surprised to learn he owed thousands of dollars in retroactive parental fees after he reunited with his long-lost daughter, now 18 years old.Aphrodite Salas has the story.
For some of us, learning another language is on our bucket list. But reporter Natalia Martinez found one young man who's already got several languages under his belt. And he's only in the 6th grade! Mohamed Nashaz has blown his teachers away with his ability not only to learn, but also to help others.
Watchdog group objects to simplistic design and high cost of new Tennessee state logo. Jeremy Finley has more.
35 years ago, a legend was born. "Pac-man" made its debut in Japanese arcades. Three-and-a-half decades and billions of glowing dots later, the yellow gaming icon has appeared in more than 70 titles. Chris Boyette takes a look at the colorful history of Pac-man!