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Recaro is recalling more than 39,000 child safety seats because they can let a child's head move too far in a crash.
The comic book legend may be in his ninth decade, but it hasn't stopped him from interesting a new generation of children in super heroes.
A local woman who served in the Women's Army Corps has finally received the medals she deserved.
Google is considering online accounts for children under 13, giving parents control over how the service is used.
State Police are hoping new technology will help solve the murder of a trooper that happened 30 years ago.
An Orange County man has been charged with selling marijuana after agents raided his home on Berry Run Road.
The Barcelona striker was officially presented to fans at an event delayed because of his suspension for biting an opponent at the World Cup.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will begin drafting rules to require anti-crash technology in new vehicles.
Even at 101-years-old, this guy still puts in his time at the job he's held for 73 years.
Virginia's defense preparing for one of the nation's best.
Kuddle, a Norwegian picture-sharing app designed for children, plans an aggressive push into the U.S. market.
Virginia's top assistant in the running for the Charleston job.
Joe Mixon, one of the school's top recruits in 2014, will miss the entire college football season.
Firefighters from throughout California are being dispatched to protect homes from a wildfire burning in the foothills near Yosemite National Park.
The Brazilian beauty earned an estimated $47 million in the past year.
Here are the sports headlines you'll be talking about today, Tuesday, Aug. 19.
The "Ride Along" star popped the question to longtime girlfriend Eniko Parrish.
The rapper-turned-sports agent is venturing into boxing and has his sights set on turning unknown fighters into celebrities.
Gay marriage supporters want the Supreme Court not to block a court ruling that would allow same-sex couples to wed in Virginia.
The comedian's funeral was without incident, despite threats of a protest.