This kid probably won’t be a baseball player...
Are you someone who hates saying goodbye to summer and refuses to put your flip flops away? Well, a unique style of sock may be your perfect fall solution.
A video of a kid going HAM on a Halloween display that jump-scared him is going viral online.
Starting October 21, guests can book a stay at a house that is located on Jim Beam's bourbon-distillery grounds in Clermont, Kentucky.
FOX 46 Charlotte recognizes teachers getting results and this week, we visited the band director at Pleasant Knoll Middle School who was just recognized as the Fort Mill School District's Teacher of the Year.
Carolina Men's Clinic is accused of charging thousands of dollars for unwanted medications.
Who knew?? Some students dropped some major dance moves during a random dance competition at Hopewell High School Friday morning.
Hopewell High School's Cheer Squad chats with Page and Nick
Members with ROTC chat with Good Day's Page and Nick
The Good Day gang is at Hopewell High School ahead of their big game against Zebulon B. Vance
“Bittersweet, because I love what I do, because if it is my last walk, it’s very sad. I’m going to push forward. Hopefully, I’m going to do one when I’m 70,” Delilah said.
At the beginning of September, staff and the owners at the Siesta Key Oyster Bar in Florida watched reports about Hurricane Dorian ravaging the Bahamas and wanted to find a way to help.
When Kelsey Brewer was unable to follow through with her maternity photo shoot after being placed on bed rest, her husband Jared secretly decided to take part in the magical moment himself.
FOX 46 recognizes teachers getting results.
A mouse fell into the lap of a reporter while he was in the White House on Tuesday, causing a stir among him and his colleagues.
A Philly sports fan is putting his chest-full of tattoos to good use. Rob Dunphy is using his newfound fame to raise money for a worthy cause.
Even though he's only 9 years old, Kade is already an experienced runner. He started running with a cross country club when he was 6.
A sweat-stained jersey LeBron James wore while playing Ohio high school basketball and during his first Sports Illustrated magazine cover shoot as a teenager in 2002 is being auctioned.
The snake was 11 feet long and weighed 31 pounds, according to a post on the park’s Facebook page.
Dubbed "XP1", this prototype is the result of a collaboration between Bugatti and The Little Car Company. Bugatti wanted to make a modern and more accessible version of the Baby, which itself is modeled after a different legend, the 1924 Type 35 Lyon Grand Prix car.