Growing number of U.S. cities making it 'illegal to be homeless'

A growing number of cities across the country are making it "illegal to be homeless," according to a new report.

Would you order this $78 taco?

Caviar is the new condiment.

How high heels are harmful to women's health

High heels have long been a fashion staple, and while they may look good, what they can do to your body is not so good.

Wisconsin startup makes virtual doctor's vists possible

House calls from doctors are mostly a thing of the past. However, a Wisconsin company has created what might be the next best thing.

Trying to sell an old house? Some buyers want 'time capsule houses'

It looks straight out of "Mad Men."

Study says more than 70% of U.S. firefighters overweight or obese

The need for firefighters to be fit seems obvious: A fire ax weighs around 20 pounds and an oxygen tank can be up to 50.

Hundreds gather at capitol steps to pray for our city

Hundreds of people marched to the Louisiana State Capitol steps, right before the rain came through, to express one thing; they want to save our cities.

Homeless high school valedictorian moves from shelter to Georgetown dorm

Last month, Rashema Melson lived in a single room with her mother and two of her six siblings at a Washington, D.C., homeless shelter. Now, she lives in a dorm room at Georgetown University.

Fire torches restaurant on Highland Rd.

Firefighters battled a blaze at a restaurant off of Highland Rd. around ten last night.

Lowe's employees fix NY vet's wheelchair since VA wouldn't

Michael Solsona of Graniteville, Staten Island, is a veteran who lost his legs above the knee after stepping on a land mine in Vietnam.