FSU QB, Jameis Winston, named Davey O'Brien Quarterback of the Week

Florida State's Jameis Winston has been named the Davey O'Brien Quarterback of the Week for the third time this season after leading the fifth-ranked Seminoles to a stunning 51-14 road victory over No. 3 Clemson.

VIDEO: 8 year old TX boy saves mom from thief

A young Texas boy saves the day when he fights with a thief and somehow manages to save his mother's wallet. The young boy explains why it was so important to protect his mom's money.

VIDEO: Pro gun rally takes place at Alamo

The historic alamo in San Antonio was the backdrop for the latest skirmish in the fight for gun rights this weekend.

POLICE: 2 dead, 2 hospitalized in Nevada school shooting

According to the Sparks Police Department, two people are dead and two have been hospitalized after a Monday morning shooting at Sparks Middle School outside Reno, Nevada.

20 People Lit On Fire in Cleveland For World Record

Cleveland (WJW) -- Twenty people in Cleveland were feeling the heat Saturday night. A Cleveland based print and design company called Hot Cards attempted to get into the Guinness Book of World Records.

Mother needing to breastfeed charged with contempt of court

Lee's Summit (KCTV) -- Jury duty isn't most people's favorite thing, but imagine getting the summons while being a new mother and unable to leave the baby. That was the case for a Lee's Summit woman whose stand is landing her a court date of her o

Pentagon employee, 92, is back after shutdown, but job is on shaky ground

When the government shutdown ended and thousands of civilians came back to work at the Pentagon, one employee's return wasn't surprising at all -- he's been coming to work for 40 years. Andrew Marshall is 92 -- yes, 92 years old, born in 1921.

WACO PD: Prescription drug 'take-back'

The Waco Police Department is participating in the DEA Drug Take-Back Initiative that allows for collection of medications that are no longer needed or wanted.

Coincidence or trend? Second oarfish washes ashore in California

Marine biologists have a mystery to solve: Why have the carcasses of two rare oarfish washed up on Southern California shores within a week? Sightings of the huge deep-sea creatures -- dead or alive -- are unusual, because they typically swim thou