Hopefully, Jimmy Fallon keeps this up, because his new "The Tonight Show" definitely has been entertaining so far. On Wednesday night, Fallon gave NBC's Brian Williams a major coolness boost with a rap mashup to the Sugar Hill Gang's classic "Rapper's Delight."
A witness who saw 10-year-old Hailey Owens being abducted says he tried to chase down the suspect after the man pulled the girl into his truck.
Police in Springfield, Missouri, say they found Hailey Owens' body at the home of Craig Wood, who is now being held without bond on kidnapping and murder charges. According to Springfield Public Schools, Wood is a coach at a local elementary and middle school, and he is currently suspended.
The California Lottery announced that a winning ticket for the $425 million Powerball jackpot was sold at Dixon Landing Chevron in the Bay Area town of Milpitas, California.
The winning numbers were 17, 49, 54, 35, 1. The Powerball number was 34. The Chevron station that sold the ticket will get a $1 million prize. Officials say there could still be other winning tickets out there, so make sure to check your numbers!
David Fong learned how to sculpt ice by watching his dad, master ice sculptor, Kim Phuong.
“My dad used to take me to work with him, and I would always get bored because ice sculpting took a long time,” David said. “So I would take his tools kind of in the background and play with his chisels.”
A Wisconsin National Guard soldier has been suspended after posting a photo of a funeral training graduation on Instagram with the caption: "We put the FUN in funeral." The photo shows a group of soldiers posing in front of a flag-draped casket.
According to affiliate WISN, the casket was empty, but the photo has sparked a lot of outrage. The soldier who posted the photo is not commenting and has been suspended indefinitely, but still has other duties.
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