Horrigan

10,000 Flags on National Mall to Commemorate Nation's Heroes


Mary Alice Horrigan stood in a knee-deep sea of 10,000 US flags planted on the National Mall -- each one representing 100 American soldiers killed in action. Among them was her son, who was killed by hostile fire in Iraq. Read more...
Carolinas

Tropical Storm Bonnie Downgraded; Moves Inland in SC


Bonnie was swirling off the coast of South Carolina Saturday night, then downgraded Sunday morning to a Tropical Depression. The depression is disturbing Sunday plans for beachgoers and inland areas of the Carolinas. Read more...

Summer Travel

Low Pump Prices Fuel Record Travel This Holiday Weekend


Millions have hit the roads for the first big weekend of the summer, with gas 42 cents per gallon lower than last year. A possible record-breaking 34 million Americans are expected to drive this holiday weekend. Read more...
Campaign 2016

Trump Says if World Leaders 'Rattled,' 'That's a Good Thing'


The presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump brushed off President Obama’s comments that world leaders are “rattled” by him. Read more...
Cyclists

Motorcycle Deaths Spike in Florida, Up 23 Percent


554 motorcyclists died on Florida roads in 2015, leading the US. AAA recommends steps drivers and motorcyclists can take to reduce fatal accidents. Read more...