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Chief Meteorologist Chris Franklin takes a look at the extended hot and humid week plus calms aol concerns over the tropics.
Updated: 10:25 PM CDT May 16, 2022
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Updated: 11:37 AM CDT May 5, 2022
Pierce’s portrayal of the protagonist Willy Lowman puts a new spin on the Arthur Miller classic story.
Published: 10:31 PM CDT May 16, 2022
Thankfully, initial reports showed no major injuries. The school bus had 16 students and the bus driver on board.
Published: 10:21 PM CDT May 16, 2022
The twins will have to miss some parts of each other's commencement ceremonies, because they are scheduled for the same times.
Published: 6:23 PM CDT May 16, 2022
Declaration of Extreme Emergency was needed to put T6 back in service as quickly as possible.
Published: 6:18 PM CDT May 16, 2022
Green is proposing a new city ordinance to define pop up stunt car shows where drivers are doing donuts, burning rubber, and riding recklessly as a separate crime.
Published: 6:12 PM CDT May 16, 2022
15 students were on the bus at the time of crash, minor injuries have been reported.
Published: 5:26 PM CDT May 16, 2022
"It's like the purge. You can do any crime you want, no ones coming for you."
Published: 5:06 PM CDT May 16, 2022
Dr. Avis Williams started her professional career serving as a sergeant in the United States Army before becoming a teacher and physical education coach in Alabama.
Published: 8:47 AM CDT May 16, 2022
Constant rule changes meant to help homeowners after Hurricane Katrina ended up hurting those in need.
Published: 10:16 PM CDT May 13, 2022
Zahn faces new questions about how he deployed city employees and equipment for actor John Schneider's annual Bo’s Extravaganza.
Published: 10:17 PM CDT May 6, 2022
“We want somebody to be held liable for what they did. Because we don't want it to happen to anybody else."
Published: 5:22 PM CDT May 6, 2022
Kyshun Webster’s job-juggling act took place even though staffing at the lockup remains at a crisis-level low point and police routinely handle emergencies there.
Published: 9:48 AM CDT May 4, 2022
The move comes ahead of a Mike Perlstein investigation on Kyshun Webster and the troubled facility that has been the seen of several escapes.
Published: 7:06 PM CDT May 2, 2022
The new NOLA sheriff, Susan Hutson is ready to make history as Louisiana's first black woman sheriff and eager to start the work.
Published: 10:15 PM CDT April 29, 2022
The man accused of the murder of Seventh Ward resident Portia Pollock, last summer, has pleaded guilty to the crime. Residents still remember her loving spirit.
Published: 10:21 PM CDT April 22, 2022
Based on Mohamad’s criminal plea, the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors accused him of various violations of his contractor’s license.
Published: 10:34 PM CDT April 21, 2022
Melissa Kotlen, Lactation Specialist Boram Postnatal Retreat, IBCLC, shares how moms across the country can overcome the shortage
Published: 8:53 AM CDT May 16, 2022
The Mid-City restaurant is known for its gluten-free and vegan cuisine.
Published: 8:24 AM CDT May 16, 2022
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said there will be votes on two pieces of legislation.
Published: 6:18 AM CDT May 16, 2022
Chef Kevin makes a Mexican Corn Street salad and Chicken tortilla soup.
Published: 6:28 AM CDT May 3, 2022
The program will award 10 foodservice operators in Louisiana with $10,000 in aid.
Published: 8:22 AM CDT May 2, 2022
The Fairgrounds are open and ready for the many people that will be attending the 2022 Jazz festival after COVID canceled the last two years.
Published: 5:22 PM CDT April 28, 2022
No Limit Reunion Tour featuring Master P coming to Smoothie King Center
Published: 11:18 AM CDT April 26, 2022
National Shrimp Scampi Day is Friday!
Published: 6:27 AM CDT April 26, 2022
Two families open up about the series, A Different Cry, and experts share solutions in a special presentation.
Published: 7:27 PM CST February 1, 2022
"A Different Cry" explores the rising suicide rates among Black youth in America.
Published: 5:14 PM CST January 21, 2022
A Different Cry explores the rising suicide rates among Black youth in America. The full series will be released here on January 23.
Published: 3:31 PM CST January 19, 2022
Tami Charles said the bullying her son, Seven Bridges, encountered resulted in his death. She's sharing his story with the hopes of helping others.
Published: 4:37 PM CST January 21, 2022
In episode two of "A Different Cry," Jeffery Taylor's parents share how he died. Experts discuss suicide rates among Black children. Suicides are also undercounted.
In episode three of "A Different Cry," Gaines, as a two-time survivor, shares her purpose for helping others cope with their feelings.
Published: 4:36 PM CST January 21, 2022
Three years after the death of Seven Bridges, his mother and school officials shed light on the events that led to a 10-year-old's death.
Published: 5:10 PM CST January 21, 2022
The parents of 10-year-old Seven Bridges are blaming bullying after the 5th grader took his own life.
Published: 4:59 PM CST January 21, 2022
Lakeshia Chaney is taking the school district and one of its teachers to court. She said they contributed to the death of her son, Jeffery Taylor, in December 2019.
Published: 4:58 PM CST January 21, 2022
The number of weekly norovirus outbreaks rose from below 10 in early January to above 50 in early March 2022, data reported to the CDC show.
Published: 10:01 AM CDT May 13, 2022
We verify claims on if the Supreme Court can be overruled, if you need a real ID to fly, a tax for the unvaxxed in Rhode Island, and more
Published: 12:57 PM CDT May 6, 2022
VERIFY spoke to Liza Fuentes, senior research scientist at Guttmacher Institute, about what SB8 and Oklahoma’s bill could mean for women in Texas seeking abortion.
Published: 11:53 PM CDT May 3, 2022
Under a recently proposed Rhode Island Senate bill, eligible residents would have to get the COVID-19 vaccine or face a monthly fine and pay double their income tax.
Published: 11:45 AM CDT May 4, 2022
Data show nearly half of Texas women who traveled out of state for abortion care went to Oklahoma in the months after the Texas Heartbeat Act went into effect.
Published: 3:09 PM CDT April 29, 2022
If an Uber or Lyft rider feels unsafe due to the driver not wearing a mask, they can cancel and be refunded for their fee by contacting the companies' support teams.
Published: 2:38 PM CDT April 28, 2022
VERIFY spoke to Shean Huff, a staff researcher at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory about the best ways to improve your car's gas mileage.
Published: 9:01 AM CDT April 27, 2022
Individual airlines can ban unruly passengers from boarding their planes, but there is not a federal no-fly list for people who have been abusive or unruly on planes
Published: 1:38 PM CDT April 25, 2022
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a large collection of marine debris that can be seen floating on the ocean surface. It’s large, but you can’t see it from space.
Published: 5:26 PM CDT April 22, 2022
Ice cream “pup cups” are a popular dog treat. But some online posts warn McDonald’s ice cream has an ingredient toxic to dogs. That’s false.
Published: 3:19 PM CDT April 20, 2022
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors banned government-funded travel to Texas and Florida over LGBTQ legislation. It does not apply to personal travel.
Published: 3:58 PM CDT April 19, 2022
Experts say XE may be more contagious than omicron subvariant BA.2, though more evidence is needed.
Published: 3:08 PM CDT April 14, 2022
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 12:01 PM CST January 12, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 4:27 PM CST January 22, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 2:12 PM CST February 2, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 1:28 PM CST March 9, 2022
When Johnny Clarke and Lisa Straub were killed inside an Ohio home in true crime brutal murders on Jan. 30, 2011, it shocked the community.
Published: 2:29 PM CST January 6, 2022
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 1:22 PM CST February 2, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 11:04 AM CST January 25, 2021
Ponchatoula made it to the state championship in the final game of legendary head coach Hank Tierney.
Published: 10:33 PM CST December 14, 2021
In 1991, a Sacramento family was brutally murdered in their Land Park home. No arrests ever were made, but police say the cold case is heating up.
Published: 1:03 PM CDT October 4, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 4:17 PM CST January 25, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 10:32 AM CST January 15, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 4:36 PM CST February 3, 2021
Doctors say the best time to take an at home test for COVID is four-to-five days after you have been exposed.
Published: 6:10 PM CDT May 13, 2022
LSU Health Chief of Community and Population Medicine Doctor ben Springgate gives an update.
Published: 6:43 AM CDT May 10, 2022
The president of the Association of Flight Attendants suggests the abrupt end to mask requirements on flights Monday caught passengers and crew off guard.
Published: 7:56 PM CDT April 20, 2022
A decision by a federal judge to throw out a national mask mandate in public transportation across the U.S. created a patchwork of rules nationwide.
Published: 7:10 PM CDT April 19, 2022
With federal judge striking down the nation's mask mandate, many airports may be following New Orleans in removing masks
Published: 1:08 PM CDT April 19, 2022
The Department of Justice is taking a closer look at the ruling and local leaders are trying to figure out what the ruling means.
Published: 5:05 PM CDT April 18, 2022
The governor extended his emergency order last month, saying the state was "definitely on the downswing" of the Omicron variant's surge.
Published: 10:06 PM CDT March 14, 2022
Published: 1:52 PM CDT March 14, 2022
Each recovery story is different but has the same goal – to take control.
Published: 9:50 AM CDT May 10, 2022
This series spotlights four key impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in four communities across Georgia.
Published: 12:38 PM CST January 12, 2021
Mask enforcement, an election year, lack of testing...sounds a lot like the COVID-19 pandemic? In actuality this took place 102 years ago.
Published: 3:56 PM CST January 25, 2021
Two neighboring towns dealing with unusually high rates of rare cancers are desperately searching for answers.
Published: 10:11 AM CST January 26, 2021
Local news rarely covers climate. We don’t talk about climate. It’s too toxic, too politicized. too daunting, too depressing. It doesn’t need to be.
Published: 12:46 PM CST January 12, 2021
If you're born into poverty in Atlanta, you will likely remain in poverty throughout your life. This is a story about why, and a program trying to change things.
Published: 10:46 AM CST January 15, 2021
Denver’s KUSA-TV spent two years investigating the use of the prone position in arrests across the country after George Floyd died handcuffed and facedown.
Published: 11:27 AM CDT April 14, 2022
In this special, WUSA9 brings you never-heard-before interviews and video of Jan. 6 - some of which were obtained by WUSA9 through legal challenges.
Published: 10:58 AM CDT March 27, 2022
With California’s wildfires growing deadlier and bigger than ever, ABC10 examines the connection between wildfires, PG&E and its influence on California politics.
Published: 12:07 PM CDT April 6, 2022
On September 6, 1955, 85 students in Oak Ridge were among the first in the country to integrate. But to this day, their stories have remained largely untold.
Published: 9:26 AM CST January 26, 2021
Knoxville is a city built on sports from the Vols to Olympians to Hall-of-Famers. One world champion, however, has been lost to time.
Published: 3:14 PM CDT March 18, 2022
The wildfire trends are unmistakable. There are more wildfires, they are bigger and they are more devastating. Every year, there is more scorched Earth.
Published: 1:58 PM CDT September 17, 2021