An elderly Missouri man is living out his golden years on the links. The 99-year-old is rarely seen without a golf club. And, as Frank Cusumano shows us, it could be what keeps him going.
Oops. Some pictures posted on Facebook land a woman in trouble with police. That's because officers say the clothes she's wearing in the pictures were stolen. Sam Jones reports.
The selfie craze can now take over your breakfast table. Jeanne Moos shows us a toaster than can burn your face on your bread.
A Colorado family is determined to make their dog's last days the best possible. The animal is battling cancer. But, as Kelly Sommariva shows us, they're just concentrating on playtime.
What would you do if you saw one of the most famous rock stars in the world sitting on a park bench with one of the wealthiest people ever? Jeanne Moos on the case.
The Idaho Transportation Department shared video of the Broadway Bridge demolition in Boise
Farming is becoming a job for older folks. It seems young adults aren't drawn to the profession. But, new technology hopes to change that, as Matt Petrillo explains.
A Louisiana mom has invented a cool way to keep kids safe. Elizabeth Vowell introduces us to the safety tattoo.
A cat born without eyes in the Middle East is safe at home in Oklahoma after taking an unexpected adventure. Bree Steffen reports.
This is the reality for over 170,000 people in Hong Kong - homes not much bigger than king-size beds. Patricia Wu has more.
A New Orleans man came up with a unique way to ask his girlfriend a very important question. Natalie Shepherd has the story.
An unusual home is being auctioned off in Festus, Missouri. People are lining up to bid on the former roller rink -- turned cave home. Shawndrea Thomas has the story.
You've likely heard of 3-D movies, but a movie theater in California offers a new movie going experience called 4-D. Stephanie Elam tells us what to expect.
Researchers at Princeton University have the technology - they can't make you stronger or faster, but they can print out what they call a 'bionic ear.'