KGTV: Couple Uses The Pandemic To Help Rebuild Paradise, California
The duo gained local fame after being forced to quarantine on a cruise ship at the beginning of the pandemic.
As demand for pickleball soars, homeowners turn to backyard courts
There are an estimated 36.5 million players in the U.S., and experts believe that requires more than 25,000 courts just to meet demand.
Why are millennials lonelier than other generations?
According to a recent poll, about 3 in 10 millennials say they have zero best friends and are often or always feeling lonely.
Celebrating Korean Independence Day in America
It's called "Restoration of Light Day" in South Korea.
Off-duty Texas trooper shoots Black neighbor he mistakes for intruder
Police said the off-duty trooper shot his Houston neighbor through a closed door, striking him in the shoulder.
Why hundreds of Rite Aid stores could soon be closed
Rite Aid has over 2,100 locations around the U.S., and it is speculated that as many as 500 stores could be shut down.
For rural mothers, pregnancy and childbirth pose extra challenges
One study found that women in rural areas have a 9% greater chance of facing life-threatening complications from pregnancy and childbirth.