Death toll from New Zealand volcano climbs to 8
New Zealand doctors need an estimated 1.2 million square centimeters of skin grafts to continue treating burn victims from Monday's volcano eruption, officials said.
Charges withdrawn against brother in fatal shooting of high school football star
All charges have been withdrawn against a Philadelphia 18-year-old in the fatal shooting death of his twin brother, according to court documents.
Tips for relieving stress, self-care during the holidays
The holidays can be a source of stress for many people. Find peace of mind this holiday season with these tips from the experts.
Harvey Weinstein posts $2M bond under state's new bail reform statute
Harvey Weinstein is expected to go to trial on Jan. 6 for sex assault charges.
Inside a $27 million dollar San Francisco mansion
What makes a home worth $27 million dollars? This mansion is so grand that it has its own name: Le Petit Trianon. Built from 1902-1904 for a prominent San Francisco family, it's one of the city's most stunning architectural masterpieces. This national historical landmark was inspired by the Versailles Palace in France.
Meet the fastest 6-year-old girl in Texas
Londyn Davis, from Houston, Texas has a need for speed! This pint-sized sprinter earned her first title of fastest 6 year old in Texas two years ago. And at 8 years old, she's not slowing down. Londyn stole the win by one second, placing first in the 100 meters competition at the 2019 Junior Olympics in Greensboro, North Carolina this summer. Go Londyn!
Autistic Sensei: Finding the harmony
There are many facets to Nick Walker. He's an aikido teacher, an author, and a psychology professor. He is also autistic. Growing up, Nick found that aikido was an effective way to handle bullies. He also found that it helped him handle the intensity of his sensory experience, and allowed him to create a sense of harmony between himself and the overwhelming world around him. Being an autistic person gives Nick a unique perspective, which informs his practice and teaching. His personal experience-how aikido changed his life-is real, intense, and ongoing. He came to aikido to learn to fight, but stayed for the beauty. For information: aikiarts.com
DOJ watchdog defends Russia investigation report against AG Barr's criticism
Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz will testify Wednesday on his nearly 500-page report examining the FBI's Russia investigation.
She's shooting for stars and building rockets to get her there
Meet the Houston high school rocket builder who is shooting for the stars and beyond!
Amid impeachment, House Democrats push measure to lower cost of prescription drugs
Amid their impeachment efforts, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and fellow Democrats on Wednesday pushed a bill to lower drug costs ahead of a vote on Thursday.
Where to stomp grapes in Napa Valley
From August through October, Napa Valley's vineyards are busy with workers picking grapes at their peak ripeness. And, you can be part of the crush with grape stomping! Grgich Hills Estate is the only winery in Napa Valley that hosts daily grape stomps throughout harvest. It's a unique experience that you won't forget! Grgich is known for more than just grape stomping. Mike Grgich gained international recognition at the celebrated "Paris Tasting" of 1976 when the wine that he crafted, the 1973 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay, received the title of the finest white wine in the world. The results helped put the Napa Valley on the map as one of the best wine regions in the world.
From Trash to Treasure: Bay Area Artist Creates Elaborate Art from Ocean Trash
One man's ocean trash is another man's art medium. A Santa Cruz artist is taking a stand on aquatic garbage by turning it into art to build a better Bay Area. His biggest project featured hundreds of golf balls collected from the waters around Pebble Beach that he turned into a 30-foot-long "wave". For more information, visit: www.ethanestess.com.
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