A photo of teenager Allen Bullock made headlines during the Baltimore protests. He was caught on camera, bashing in the windshield of a police cruiser.
Bobbi Smallwood and Maurice Hawkins, Bullock's parents, convinced their son to turn himself in to police. Now, he could face years in jail for rioting. Bullock's bail is $500,000, even higher than all six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
This time last year, Michael Mosier was an average, active 6-year-old kid. Then in September 2014, Michael was diagnosed with a brain stem tumor. Now, he's fighting it with chemotherapy and radiation. He's also helping raise money for cancer research. Michael and his parents are participating in the Race for Hope on May 3 in Washington and you can help Team Big Hero Michael with a donation or send him positive messages on Facebook. Good luck, Michael!
When Baltimore's mayor shut down public transportation in the city, children were left stranded at school and parents panicked, wondering how their children were going to get home.
We spoke to people who are providing support to children and parents during the protests. High school principal, Nikkia Rowe of Renaissance Academy High School talked with students about the riots, the death of Freddie Gray and to how to process everything they're seeing on television.
With the help of her mom, a little girl creates a comic book to empower other little girls. Moxie Girl, just as the name implies, stars a seven year old superhero filled with determination.
In Moxie Girl, what some may think is a flaw gets transformed into superpowers to save a community. Melissa Knowles got a chance to catch up with the little girl behind this awesome comic book and found out what power is really packed in those afro puffs.
April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month. The Atlanta Humane Society is just one group trying to stop cruelty and rescue the animals who are being harmed. They joined us to talk about how we can help.
Thousands of people have pre-ordered the Apple Watch. The company says the high-tech smart timepiece should be delivered some time next month. But there's bad news for anyone who had hopes of buying one in the store this week as promised. Apple has taken the April 24th date off its website. Tech correspondent Samuel Burke looks into the reasons why.