| Mar 16, 2010
Retired Air Force Lt. Gen. A.P. Clark, a World War II veteran who played a key role in the elaborate breakout from a Nazi prisoner-of-war camp that inspired the movie "The Great Escape," has died. He was 96.
Clark, a former superintendent of the Air...
| Sep 8, 2009
Sgt. Randy Haney loved to clown around. His official U.S. Army photo shows Haney, eyes wide, goofing for the camera. But the former Central Florida man also had a serious side. He joined the military when he was 20, married his high-school sweetheart,...
| Oct 6, 2009
| 9:26 AM
The remains of six soldiers killed in Afghanistan were back on U.S. soil Tuesday. Two more soldiers from Fort Carson in Colorado Springs were also killed in the attack that happened last Saturday.
About 50 family members watched as a half dozen flag-...
| Oct 7, 2009
The Pentagon announcement Wednesday confirmed their worst fears - the eight American soldiers killed in a bloody weekend attack in Afghanistan were all from a single Fort Carson unit. But commanders here insisted that unit's morale is rebounding.
| Oct 10, 2009
| 12:01 PM
A 32-year-old man who posed as a decorated Marine combat veteran was in federal custody in San Diego today, accused of violating a law meant to punish impostors.
Richard Strandlof, who used the name Rick Duncan, is charged in Colorado with violating...
| Oct 14, 2009
A Fox 59 News investigation has revealed that Dr. Rob Thoman, mayor of the Indianapolis suburb of Southport, concealed information about a 1981 felony arrest from the state of Indiana when applying for his dental license.
Thoman was arrested in...
| Oct 18, 2009
Fox 59 News has learned that the Southport City Council will unanimously ask for the resignation of Mayor Dr. Rob Thoman during the council meeting Monday night.
Citing a breakdown in communication, stonewalling on city spending and recent revelations...
| Oct 19, 2009
Elizabeth Clare Prophet, retired spiritual leader of the Church Universal and Triumphant, which was based for several years in a Calabasas headquarters called Camelot and gained notoriety in the late 1980s for its followers' elaborate preparations for...
| Dec 11, 2009
Pregnancy and pumping iron don't typically go together, but Jessica Huthmaker wants to change that.
Seven months pregnant with her first child, the owner of Kettlebell Konnection hasn't slowed down yet.
"The only thing I've changed is I've gone a little...
| Jul 28, 2009
| 10:24 AM
DENVER -- A man convicted of killing the sister of Kelsey Grammer and two other people more than three decades ago was denied parole Monday after the prison board heard a written statement from Grammer calling the man a butcher and a monster.
| Jul 28, 2009
It's a tradition the Lodi City Council has had for decades. It starts each meeting with a prayer which often calls on Jesus.
"This whole issue has taken on a life of its own," said Lodi Mayor Larry Hansen.
Groups advocating the separation of church...
| Aug 5, 2009
Hundreds of people on both sides of a debate over public prayer rallied outside Lodi City Hall before the city council's Wednesday night meeting.
The rallies stem from a complaint by a group called The Freedom from Religion Foundation. The group has...