ABC 11 WTVD anchor Larry Stogner announces retirement, says he’s battling ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
UNC-Chapel Hill is considering banning a smartphone app that some say encourages hate speech, but other schools say free speech among students needs to be promoted.
Bobby Brown is adamant … he doesn’t want to take his daughter Bobbi Kristina off life support because he believes in God-driven miracles.
A pair of public defenders from the Bronx Defenders organization recently appeared in a cop-killing rap video featuring rappers Uncle Murda and Maino. The defenders have since resigned from their posts after an investigation by the city went public last week.
A witness to the fatal hit-and-run involving Suge Knight made a breathless call to 911 after taking photos and trying to follow him.
Cash Money Records may be facing two separate lawsuits from Hot Boys members Lil Wayne and Turk at the moment, but the heads of the label are still being honored by Billboard magazine for being among the most powerful people in the music business.
CNN’s Thom Patterson explains the future of police radar, including radar that could detect texting while driving and another that can “see” through walls.
On Thursday, parents across North Carolina will know if their child attends an ‘A’ school or an ‘F’ school. Eighty percent of the grades are based on how students performed on standardized tests. Twenty percent of the grades are tied to how much academic growth students showed while enrolled at the school.