Distracted driving and walking with smartphones are factors, as is drug and alcohol abuse, according to a new report.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
When the Lincoln docked in San Diego, it returned to a new port of call and families moved across the country.
One woman from Texas told CBS News police acted like her rape was "consensual"
Robbie Gay loves an underdog.
Multiple killed in shooting at MillerCoors building in Milwaukee; Female wrestlers competing at historic state championship/
Weinstein now faces up to 29 years in prison.
The Spirituals Project, a choir group in Denver, is working to revive a rich musical treasure created by enslaved African Americans to express virtue in the face of suffering.
Milwaukee officials have released the names of the five people killed in the mass shooting at a brewery in Milwaukee.
Health officials are urgently trying to track down everyone who came in contact with the most recent U.S. coronavirus patient in California.
As Coronavirus cases spread throughout the world, the fear and uncertainty is taking a drastic toll on the financial markets.
CBS chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joined the "CBS Evening News" to answer frequently asked questions regarding the coronavirus.
President Trump is outlining plans for dealing with the coronavirus threat after his administration sent mixed signals this week. Cases worldwide are now top 80,000 with more than 2,700 deaths.
Bernie Sanders is keeping up his populist attacks on Joe Biden, while Biden snared a big endorsement from a South Carolina party kingmaker.
Firefighters raced to contain a blaze at the Marathon Petroleum Refinery in Carson, the largest facility on the West Coast.
Evelyn Mae Boswell has been missing since December. Her mother and grandma are under arrest for giving police conflicting stories about the girl's whereabouts.
Prince Harry is back in Britain for his farewell tour as a senior member of the royal family. While the split has largely been seen as harmonious, some experts suggest that the details reveal a more acrimonious break up.
History will be made when more than a 100 wrestlers will compete in the first-ever state championships just for girls in Kansas.