Rocky start, smooth finish for U.S. stocks
The S&P 500 and Dow set records despite mistakes to key manufacturing data early in the trading day; no eyepoppers at Apple WWDC; China blocks Google; Icahn insider trading investigation. Lily Jamali reports.
Only on 4: Hero Saves Girl in Dog Attack
Pittsburgh's Action News 4's Bob Mayo spoke with Timothy Gattuso, the man who is being hailed as a hero when he saved a little girl from a dog attack.
Teen charged with posting nude photos on Instagram
A 17-year-old Edgewater boy is facing child pornography charges in Anne Arundel County after police say he posted nude pictures of classmates on Instagram. Kai Reed reports.
Anonymous gift helps surprise veteran with new van
An Air Force veteran and church leader whose health problems left him unable to use his pickup truck was given the surprise of a wheelchair-accessible van.
PD: Man put phone in shoe to record up women's skirts
A man is accused of recording up a woman’s skirt at Walmart with a camera that was inside of his shoe, according to the Sanford Police Department.
Massive search effort sparked by hoax
A frantic search was launched after a 13-year-old said his friend fell off a boat and couldn't find him, but police said the story was a hoax.
Special lemonade stand turning heads in Iowa town
We talk to kids determined to help a loved one.
Lightning fries man's car as he drives to work
The lightning destroyed the car's electronics and left an exit mark on the tires.
Russian convoy crosses into Ukraine
Russian convoy of trucks bound for eastern Ukraine cross Ukrainian border. Rough Cut. (No Reporter Narration).
Thousands of Students March for Education Reform
Tens of thousands of Chilean students protested against President Michelle Bachelet’s education reform legislation across Chile on August 21.The march marked the third demonstration in recent months calling for the government to improve the quality of education and make it free at all levels. Chilean student and teacher organizations have demanded more involvement in drafting the government’s policy on hot-button issues like copayment and selection process in schools. Thursday’s demonstration took a violent turn in Santiago when police began using water cannons and tear gas to disperse student protesters, about nine blocks from the seat of the government. The unrest was sparked after a handful of students reportedly began destroying public property. This video is described as featuring footage of the protest in Santiago and was uploaded Chilean advocacy organisation PrensaOpal. Credit: YouTube\PrensaOpalChile