Barber gives 9-year-old free haircuts for life for straight-A report card
A young boy in Gastonia, N.C., has been promised free haircuts for life, and he has his good grades to thank.
Russia Threatens Economic Sanctions Against Turkey
It could cost both countries hundreds of millions of dollars.
Penn State reports $33M in additional Sandusky settlements
Penn State says it settled with six more victims or accusers of Jerry Sandusky, bringing the payout total to nearly $93 million.
Two Men Arrested in Berlin for Alleged Terror Plot Released
Police evacuated nearby buildings while looking for explosives.
Action News 9pm Digital Update - November 25, 2015
Sharrie Williams has a preview of the 6abc Dunkin' Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade and more. Melissa Magee has an update from AccuWeather.
76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor involved in Boston street fight
Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor was involved in a street fight in Boston on Wednesday night, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.
Ben Carson Making Surprise Trip to Jordan to Tour Refugee Camp
The Republican presidential candidate traveled on Thanksgiving.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo out for season after injuring collarbone vs. Panthers
While X-rays on Tony Romo's injured left collarbone were inconclusive and the Cowboys have planned more tests, the QB is "done for the season," a source close to Romo told ESPN.
Chip Kelly 'isn't going anywhere,' Eagles DC Bill Davis says
Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Davis has no doubt in his mind that Chip Kelly is committed to being the Eagles coach and that he'll be back in that role next season.
Homeless veteran, beaten by teens on camera in Olney, dies
Surveillance video shows 51-year-old Robert Barnes being pummeled by teens with a hammer, a piece of wood and punches, after police say a 10-year-old boy told his mother he got into an argument with Barnes.
REI to close Black Friday, pay its employees to 'opt outside'
Forget exploring store shelves for for great deals this Black Friday, REI wants you to spend the day exploring the great outdoors.
Black Friday shopping underway across the region
Crowds early Friday appeared to be smaller than in past years, perhaps because more stores are opening earlier. That's a change from the massive crush that used to mark Black Friday store openings.