Pilot Sharon Trembley was practicing takeoffs and landings when he became entangled with skydiver John Frost on his way down near Tampa
A little known fact: Most airlines' in-flight transaction methods leave them open to credit card fraud
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As part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets the students of St. Francis High School near Los Angeles who thought they knew everything about their math teacher, Joe O'Connor. But what they found out at a local hospital taught them a life lesson.
Garden City gets a third of its budget -- $250K -- from medicinal sales, much more expected as recreational sales flourish
Bee colonies are vital to our food supply, but they have been dying off for nearly a decade. CBS News' Ben Tracy reports on the rise of urban beekeeping, and the push in Los Angeles for a "pro-bee" ordinance to officially allow beekeeping.
Julie Platner spent a year chronicling the life of an American neo-Nazi and his family
For nearly a century the Coombs family has been publishing the weekly Saguache Crescent - filled with small town news, and the last paper still produced with old-fashioned linotype
Few movie locations can match the history and grandeur of Monument Valley, a natural treasure that has served as the backdrop for classic films like John Ford’s “Stagecoach" and “The Searchers.” Martha Teichner goes on location to one of the greatest movie sets of all time, built by Mother Nature herself!
Sarah Bajc waited in Beijing for Phil Wood to arrive on Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, and says its disappearance "defies logic"
Magnitude 6.9 temblor strikes 50 miles off Eureka, but no tsunami danger or early reports of damage or injuries; several aftershocks followed
IBM executive described as "incredibly generous, creative and intelligent" was making his last trip to China before relocating
"Wild Bill" Guarnere was one of the World War II vets whose exploits were dramatized in TV miniseries
A total of four people were shot, killing three, outside a Toledo-area nightclub; officials suspect a fight started the incident
The last surviving grandchild of automotive pioneer Henry Ford and owner of the Detroit Lions died of pneumonia at home; helped steer auto company for five decades
"Sunday Morning" looks at some notable events of the week ahead
On March 9, 1985, the first road sign was erected in Texas announcing a civic group's commitment to clean up litter along the roadside
Americans should have pushed their clocks forward on Saturday night one hour, a sure sign that spring is on the horizon
Alfredo Angulo took an uppercut in the 10th round that prompted the ref to stop the fight and hand the win to Canelo Alvarez
Sharper was free on bail for Los Angeles rape charges but taken into custody after New Orleans police issued arrest warrant for more alleged attacks
Court documents say South Carolina woman told police that waves pulled her into water at Daytona Beach; her children tell another story
Eleven-year-old who disappeared after mother was discovered dead was located with her father in motel
Journalist Caitlin Flanagan discusses what she found in her year investigating power wielded by American frats