Six Killed by Powerful Earthquake Off Northern Chile
A magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck off Chile’s northern coast early on April 2, leaving at least six people dead. The quake sparked fires and a small tsunami. Waves of six feet above normal were recorded in southern Peru, forcing about 200 people to leave the seaside town of Boca del Rio. The cities of Iquique, where several hundred inmates escaped from a women’s prison, and Arica, which suffered a power blackout, were among those hardest hit.
Watch: Man Attempts to Eat 4 Pounds of Pho
A restaurant in New Orleans in challenging diners with two pound of noodles and two pounds in their Pho Challenge.
Church Missionary Killed While Helping A Stranded Driver
David Pierson, 51, was killed while helping a stranded driver in Michigan, according to officials. Those who knew Pierson say he recently started devoting his life to missionary work at Daybreak Church in Hudsonville and even helped at a poverty-stricken village in Haiti just a few months ago.
Lawmakers Mull Cash Lottery Prizes To Incentivize Voting
Dave Bryan spoke with high-profile politicians and community residents in Watts to see where they side on the issue.
Toddler with cancer gets to be foreman for a day in SF
A 3-year-old with kidney cancer and a love for construction and tools got to work as foreman for a day at a construction site in San Francisco.
PB Man Donates 125th Gallon To Blood Bank
A Pacific Beach man received a celebration at the San Diego Blood Bank Tuesday for nearly 40 years of donations.
Pregnant Kentucky police officer bristles at department's decision on sick leave
A pregnant police officer has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the City of Florence in Kentucky.
VIDEO: Character actors shed masks to protest
Dozens of actors gathered in New York to say they want to form a labor group.
Holder Pledges Top Investigators for Ferguson
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder arrived in Ferguson Wednesday to meet with federal investigators and reassure residents of the suburban St. Louis community torn by several nights of racial unrest since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. (Aug. 20)
US Mission to Rescue Hostages in Syria Failed
President Barack Obama sent special operations troops to Syria this summer on a secret mission to rescue American hostages, including journalist James Foley, but the mission failed the Obama administration disclosed Wednesday. (Aug. 20)