Lunar eclipse was visible nationwide
Astronomy enthusiasts unite and headed outside early Tuesday morning for a front-seat view of a total lunar eclipse.
Heartbleed: Which sites caught the security bug?
One of the biggest encryption flaws the internet has ever endured has potentially affected thousands of websites.
Purdue to test how plants grow in space
An experiment by Purdue University scientists will test how plants grow in response to various levels of gravity.
Shorty Awards honor most popular on social media
Social media success is being measured and celebrated with awards.
Twitter rolling out new profile look
Twitter began rolling out upgrades to user profiles Tuesday.
'Heartbleed' security flaw exposes passwords
An alarming lapse in Internet security has exposed millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive bits of information to…
Blue screen of death for Windows XP
After 12 years, Microsoft is ending support for popular operating system that is still being used on about 1/3 of computers.
VIDEO: Device helps paralyzed men move legs
Three years ago, doctors reported that zapping a paralyzed man's spinal cord with electricity allowed him to stand and move his legs. Now…
8 apps parents should watch for
Unless you are actively monitoring your child's apps, you are not getting a complete picture of who they're talking to.
Microsoft to drop Windows XP support Tuesday
The deadline is finally upon us. Microsoft is pulling the plug on Windows XP support and will let the 12-year-old operating system fade…
April Fools: Pokemon in Google Maps apps
Known for a long history of April Fools' Day pranks, internet giant Google has unveiled a Pokemon hunting Easter Egg inside of Google Maps apps.
Soyuz spacecraft docks with space station
A Russian spacecraft ferrying an astronaut and two cosmonauts has docked at the International Space Station after a delay.
Baby girl born on San Diego freeway
CHP said the baby was born while the father called 911 for help.
Farmers off to slow start planting crops
Spring planting across the nation's Corn Belt is sputtering because the soil remains too soggy or cold for effective seeding.
April breaking snow records throughout U.S.
It’s the middle of April, and parts of the country are still seeing snow. And this isn’t a dusting we’re talking about here.
Mom asked by Disney park employee to cover up
She is seeking an apology and hopes the park employee will not do the same to other women.
DNA alternative to Pap smear sparks debate
A high-tech screening tool for cervical cancer is facing pushback from more than a dozen patient groups.
Westside Elem. may be rebuilt, students in limbo
Officials at Westside Elementary say the campus in Spring Hill is falling apart from the inside out and are now considering the school's future.
Gay 'liaison' in St. Pete draws criticism
A proposal by St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman to create a gay "liaison" for the city has earned support from St. Pete Pride.
5 things you need to know for Thursday
From Congressman Jolly hosting an open house to the Yankees playing the Rays, here are five things occurring in Florida on Thursday.
Lightning lose to Canadiens 5-4 in overtime
Dale Weise scored 18:08 into overtime to give the Montreal Canadiens a 5-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday night.
Diabetic teen feels discriminated against
A family is fighting for change after a local movie theater denied a diabetic teen some of his medical supplies at the door.