Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 11:02am
Denmark attacks: Suspect was 'well-known' to police

Denmark attacks: Suspect was 'well-known' to police

Two deadly attacks. A fatal police shootout. And yet another European country grappling with the possibility of terrorism at home.
2015 FCA Heart of a Champion Rosters

2015 FCA Heart of a Champion Rosters

Here are the rosters for the 2015 Heart of a Champion Bowl. Football: Blue Team
Sunday evening weather update

Sunday evening weather update

Confidence is high that any winter weather will be well north and west of the KETK viewing area. The forecast models have trended warmer (staying above freezing), thus limiting any winter weather accumulation.
Coming soon: A change in who gets overtime pay

Coming soon: A change in who gets overtime pay

The Obama administration is expected to move forward soon on its plan to provide overtime pay protections to low-salaried managers who don't qualify for them.

Jacksonville powerlifters set world records

At the Iron Works gym in Jacksonville, exercising is a family affair. Only instead of preparing for a 5K race, these women train to break world records in powerlifting.
Billionaire Nutella founder Michele Ferrero dies

Billionaire Nutella founder Michele Ferrero dies

Michele Ferrero, the founder and patriarch of the Italian Nutella and Ferrero Rocher empire, died on Saturday, Valentine's Day.
ISIS releases new video allegedly showing beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians

ISIS releases new video allegedly showing beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians

ISIS has released a new propaganda video allegedly showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya.
U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker frees boat stranded near Antarctica

U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker frees boat stranded near Antarctica

A U.S Coast Guard cutter has freed an Australian fishing boat trapped in ice 900 miles northeast of Antarctica.
Here's what to really fear about the stock market

Here's what to really fear about the stock market

Six years into the bull market in stocks and there's no shortage of scary things on investors' worry list.
FAA proposes to allow commercial drone use

FAA proposes to allow commercial drone use

Realtors, TV producers, farmers, bridge inspectors and power linemen are among the people who could regularly fly drones for work, under a new proposed rule from the Federal Aviation Administration.
War debate looms for Congress

War debate looms for Congress

President Barack Obama's request for war authority to fight ISIS was on newsmakers' lips during the Sunday talk shows, but whether Congress can actually deliver one didn't become any clearer.
*NSYNC hints at reunion for 'Saturday Night Live' 40th anniversary special

*NSYNC hints at reunion for 'Saturday Night Live' 40th anniversary special

Children of the 1990s, brace yourselves: One of the decade's most popular boy bands may reunite for Sunday night's "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary special.
A Valentine's Day wedding for Benedict Cumberbatch

A Valentine's Day wedding for Benedict Cumberbatch

Bad news, Benedict Cumberbatch fans: The Oscar nominee is officially off the market. The "Imitation Game" star married pregnant fiancee Sophie Hunter on Saturday in a quiet ceremony on the British Isle of Wight.
Rescuers refloat 66 pilot whales stranded in New Zealand

Rescuers refloat 66 pilot whales stranded in New Zealand

Rescuers on Saturday refloated 66 pilot whales stranded on a remote beach in New Zealand as a race to save their lives continued. Nearly 200 whales were beached Friday in Farewell Spit on New Zealand's South Island.
'American Sniper' trial: Deputy says defendant explained killings

'American Sniper' trial: Deputy says defendant explained killings

A former deputy testified last week that he overheard the defendant in the "American Sniper" murder trial explain why he killed two men.