Headlines
Sheriff's Deputy Shot, Killed While Pumping Gas
Goforth, 47, died at the gas station.
What Can Happen If You Fly Your Drone Near Aircraft
"The results could be catastrophic," one officer said.
Dog Survives Being Shot in the Mouth
The bullet went through Honey's skull and into a muscle in her neck.
Women Who Survived 5 Days in Wilderness: 'We're Too Young to Die'
"We're just feeling so grateful to be home."
Virginia Shooter's Ex-Boss Tells of His 'Abrasive' Behavior
The station's former news director speaks out for the first time.
Why Emmett Till's Life Matters 60 Years After His Brutal Slaying
Families of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin will attend Till's commemoration.
Labrie Found Not Guilty of Felony Sexual Assault
Owen Labrie, 19, was found guilty of a felony and four misdemeanors.
FAA Approves Use of First-Ever Paper Airplane Drone
The agency has approved its first it’s first ever paper airplane drone.
Inside the On-Air Shooter's Sparse Apartment
Vester Lee Flanagan was living in Roanoke, Va., at the time of the shooting.
Family Tries to Save Tree House Built in Memory of Late Father
Joni Doherty and her sons built it after her husband passed away two years ago.
On-Air Ambush: TV Crew's Killing Unfolds in Real Time
On-Air Ambush: How the killings of a TV crew unfolded on the air in front of horrified viewers
Deputy Fatally Shot From Behind at Houston Gas Station
Sheriff's deputy ambushed, fatally shot from behind while pumping gas in Houston; suspect fled
Prison Scrambles as Legionnaires' Disease Sickens Inmate
California prison scrambles to test dozens of inmates after Legionnaires' disease surfaces
Residents Across Gulf Remember Katrina's Might, Recovery
With church bells, brass bands, Gulf residents remember Katrina's wrath, celebrate recovery
Officials Urge Residents to Stay Prepared Tropical Storm
Florida officials urge residents to stay prepared for Tropical Storm Erika, despite weakening
Police: Construction Crooner Found Dead in Apparent Suicide
New York police: Missing ironworker, known for job site songs, found dead in apparent suicide
Today in History
Today in History
White Supremacist Takes Stand in Jewish Site Shootings
White supremacist testifies at Jewish site deaths trial he wishes he could have killed more
Hawaii Awaits Hurricane While Still Recovering From Rain
Hurricane Ignacio heads toward Hawaii as islands recover from saturating rain
Videos
Pit Bull Survives Gunshot in the Mouth
Kenneth White allegedly beat his ex-girlfriend and shot her pit bull Honey during an altercation at her Brooklyn, New York...
ABC News' Bob Woodruff Reflects on Covering Katrina 10 Years Later
ABC News' Bob Woodruff revisits the communities and people he covered in the days, months, and years after the historic...
Emmett Till Death Case Re-Opened in 2004
The U.S. Justice Department cited new information in its investigation of actions that led to the teen's 1955 murder in...
Prep School Rape Case Goes to Jury
Jurors are now considering the case against Owen Labrie, 19, who is accused of raping a freshman at St. Paul's School in New...
Crossing Guard Dog Armed With Stop Sign Keeps Kids Safe
Brad Curtis and his dog Patches, who wear matching safety vests, help school kids cross the street in a Pennsylvania school...
Kentucky Same-Sex Couple Refused Marriage License for Third Time
William Smith, Jr. and James Yates were denied a marriage license one day after a judge ordered Rowan County Clerk Kimberly...
August 27, 1964: 'Mary Poppins Released'
Can you say "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"?
Morning Broadcast 'a Hard One' for WDBJ in Wake of Shootings
Colleagues of Alison Parker and Adam Ward at Virginia station WDBJ went back on the air one day after the shooting.
Coast Guard Rescues Woman, Dogs Off Cliff
The 54-year-old woman was walking a cliffside trail with two pitbulls late at night south of Thornton State Beach in...
Suspect in On-Air Shooting Dies From Self-Inflicted Wound
Vester Lee Flanagan, who was known professionally as Bryce Williams, died at a Fairfax, Virginia, hospital at about 1:30...
Nightline 08/28/15: What Virginia On-Air Shooting Survivor Remembers About the Incident
Celine Dion's Return to the Stage in Vegas; 'Warlords of Ivory': Tracking Ivory After Elephant Kills
WN 08/28/15: Florida in a State of Emergency
Hillary Clinton faces new controversy; possible serial sniper in Michigan.
GMA 08/28/15: Vicki Gardner's Husband Shares How She Survived Virginia Shooting
Boy, 13, Keeps Dad Alive for 2 Days After Boulder Accident; Celine Dion's Emotional Return to the Las Vegas Stage
20/20 08/21/15: Evidence of Love
Why This Woman Fell in Love With a Convicted Killer on Death Row; Woman on Mission to Prove Her Husband Didn't Kill 3 Women;...
This Week 08/23/15: Will VP Joe Biden Run for President?
Guests: Donald Trump, Scott Walker, Martin O'Malley, Bill Richardson, Ana Navarro, Rich Lowry, Nancy Gibbs, Matt Bai