Family holds vigil for hit and run victim
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Eesha Sohail out of Scripps Spelling Bee
Kern County Spelling Bee champion Eesha Sohail has been eliminated from the Scripps National Spelling Bee semifinals.
Preventing stroke from striking your family
Doctors from the San Joaquin Community Hospital are stepping up to educate the public on how to prevent, recognize and respond to a stroke.
Baby rolls down bluffs in stroller
An eight-month-old baby is expected to be OK after it rolled down the Panorama bluffs in a stroller.
Local group reaching out to women on streets
223. That's how many human trafficking cases have been reported in California this year, according to the National Human Trafficking…
RelayRides offers rental car alternative
Could you imagine renting out your personal vehicle to a stranger? Or even someone from another country? Or how about the idea for renting…
Former governor George Pataki enters 2016 race
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- Former New York Gov. George Pataki is the latest Republican to get into the race for president.
Former Nigeria ruler presents hope for democracy
Nigeria is facing a test of its commitment to Democracy, and so far it's passing.
The curious tradition of the Queen's Speech
It wouldn't be a royal speech to Parliament without some horse-drawn carriages and a hostage situation. The queen's 2015 speech definitely delivered.
Why are heat waves so deadly in India?
A heat wave in India has killed hundreds as temperatures have risen to 115 degrees Fahrenheit, putting many without shelter in danger.
Theater gunman's notebook read out loud in court
"Research firearms laws and mental illness," the gunman wrote in a notebook, which was read for the first time in court.
The Iraqi Army has a morale problem
ISIS militants were greatly outnumbered by Iraqi forces in both Ramadi and Mosul. How did ISIS pull off its victories?