KNXV: Christmas Comes In June For Navajo Nation Families
A helicopter helped to deliver packages to people isolated during the pandemic.
Celebrating Korean Independence Day in America
It's called "Restoration of Light Day" in South Korea.
NYC MTA celebrates 50 years of hip-hop with limited edition MetroCards
The limited edition cards will feature images of New York rappers LL Cool J, Pop Smoke, Rakim and Cam'ron.
This city was ranked the drunkest in America — again
This place topped the list in 2022 and 2021, too.
Tentative deal reached to end the Hollywood writers strike
The three-year contract agreement must still be approved by the Writers Guild of America board and members before the strike officially ends.
Hawaii's Lahaina residents to return to wildfire-devastated properties
During the wildfire, residents had to hastily evacuate to seek refuge, leaving absolutely everything behind.
FBI probes Baton Rouge police for torture allegations in 'Brave Cave'
The Baton Rouge Police Department is now facing a second federal lawsuit over alleged abuse in a warehouse building known as the “Brave Cave."