Carbon back rods for scoliosis
Scoliosis affects 6 million Americans and there is no cure. For more serious cases, patients may require surgery to fuse the spine. The surgical materials doctors use are generally not a problem for patients, but a new solution for an unexpected complication helped save one boy's life.
Amanda Knox 'Grateful' Conviction Overturned
"What comes to mind is my gratitude for the life that's been given to me."
Germanwings Co-Pilot Never Submitted Sick Note, Airline Says
There are indications that the co-pilot of the Germanwings aircraft that crashed into the French Alps on Tuesday hid an illness from his employers, prosecutors said.
People Flock to See Jesus' Face on Hillside
Many say you can see the face of Jesus in nature, but locals in a small town in Colombia are claiming that literally.
Monta Ellis hurt; Mark Cuban irked
After an inadvertent knee injured Mavericks shooting guard Monta Ellis in a 94-76 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Friday, a frustrated Mark Cuban publicly complained about the lack of respect that Dallas' leading scorer receives from referees.
Denzel Valentine's second-half surge leads Spartans over Sooners
Denzel Valentine scored 13 of his 18 points in the second half to lead Michigan State to a 62-58 win over Oklahoma in an NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal Friday night.
Justise Winslow helps Duke deny Utah, advance to Elite Eight
Mike Krzyzewski and Duke are one win away from getting back to the NCAA Final Four, this time with a talented group of freshmen.
Millions swing in Vegas on late FT
A foul that almost wasn't called resulted in a last-second free throw that caused millions of dollars to change hands in Las Vegas. And this time the sportsbooks took the worst of it.
Stephen Curry puts up 38 to lead Warriors' rout of Grizzlies
Stephen Curry had 38 points and 10 assists, and the Golden State Warriors won their 59th game, 107-84 over the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night.
Fresno police deputy chief appears in federal court on drug charges
Fresno Police Deputy Chief Keith Foster appeared tired and somber on Friday when he faced a federal judge. At times, he closed his eyes like he was praying throughout the proceedings.
Valley-led group heading to Cuba for trade relationship talks
Fresno Assemblyman Henry T. Perea is leading a delegation to Cuba next week in hopes of fostering a trade relationship. Their hope is to create a direct line of communication from Valley growers to Cuban customers.
4-year-old seeking slushie found alone at 3 a.m.
A 4-year-old girl was found all alone in the middle of the night in Northeast Philadelphia, and it turns out she ventured out on her own in search of a frozen treat.