Baylor women's basketball ranks 4th in national attendance

Baylor women's basketball posted its best-ever NCAA home attendance ranking and Big 12 women's basketball led the nation in average attendance in 2012-13 for the 14th consecutive year, outdistancing the nearest competitor by over 1,000

Amber Alert lifted for 3 Harris Co. boys found safe, mother in custody

The Amber Alert for three Harris County boys has been lifted, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. The children and their mother, Vickierae Lopez, who was believed to be suicidal, were found safe in Wichita Falls.

Women selling positive pregnancy tests on Craigslist

In an answer to the long-asked question of what to get the person who already has everything, a growing trend has emerged on Craigslist of women buying and selling positive result pregnancy tests. Um, why? One post from Buffalo, New York, sums

Florida to exhume bodies buried at former boys school

MARIANNA, Florida (CNN) -- This weekend, Florida will begin digging into its tragic past as anthropologists start unearthing what they believe are the remains of dozens of children buried on the grounds of a former reform school. The exhumations a

Stubbs the cat, Alaska town mayor, mauled by dog

He's a beloved mayor, who's held the top office in Talkeetna, Alaska, for 16 years. So imagine the townfolks' shock when he was attacked. Brutally mauled. By a dog.

Family finds $300,000 treasure off Florida coast

The Schmitt family has spent every day of the last 13 summers searching for gold off the Treasure Coast of Florida.

Arias retrial: The problem with jurors and tweeting

As convicted killer Jodi Arias awaits a retrial in the penalty phase of her case, her defense attorneys are asking a judge to make potential jurors turn over information about their Twitter accounts -- a move that, one expert says, speaks to the infl

Teen pleads not guilty to rape at school sports camp

A Massachusetts teen accused of raping a fellow student at a summer sports camp pleaded not guilty Tuesday. Galileo Mondol, 17, is one of three high school junior varsity soccer players who authorities allege entered a cabin occupied by freshman s

Mississippi's fattest alligator tale

When Dustin Bockman, his younger brother Ryan and their friend Cole Landers put their 17-foot boat into the Mississippi River last weekend about 20 minutes from where they live in Vicksburg, Mississippi, they had no clue that they would soon be caugh

'Under God' part of Pledge of Allegiance under review in Massachusetts

The Pledge of Allegiance is recited in classrooms across the country every morning -- and because of the words "under God," it is heard in courtrooms across the country seemingly just as often these days.