From KMBC.com "A woman getting coffee tells KMBC-TV what happened when two would-be robbers walked into the Shell gas station."
Friday, September 3, 2010
Rising levels of fraud are contributing to record increases in car insurance premiums, an insurer has said.
A powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck much of New Zealand's South Island early Saturday. No tsunami alert was issued and there were no reports of serious injuries, but looters broke into some damaged shops in Christchurch, police said. (Sept. 3)
FBN's Ashley Webster on the president's comments on the jobs report.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has hit out at the peace talks between Israel and Palestine, saying that the negotiations are 'doomed'.
IMMIGRATION AND THE ECONOMY WERE FRONT-AND-CENTER AT THE FIRST DEBATE IN THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR.
College football player's motorcycle collides with truck in Iowa
AssociatedPress--September 02, 2010--Hurricane Earl churned up waves along the coast of North Carolina's Outer Banks. The storm sent heavy rain and strong winds through the area. Forecasters say it could push further out into the Atlantic before slamming into New England.
FBN's Tracy Byrnes reports on the August jobs report.