KSHB: Red Cross Volunteer Finds A Path After Destruction
Teri Layton started volunteering with the Red Cross after a tornado hit Joplin, Missouri, in 2011.
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.
As Americans age, in-home care worker shortage grows
The aging U.S. population drives higher in-home care demand, but a shortage of workers is a key challenge.
Borrowers weigh payment boycott as student loan payments set to resume
Student loan repayments are resuming, and some borrowers are considering boycotting to refuse to pay.
What's happening in the fall real estate market around the country?
With high interest rates and low inventory plaguing most of the country when it comes to real estate, is it better to wait until spring?