Forecast for June 13th, 2018

Forecast for June 13th, 2018

To Your Health: New Study in Virginia hopes to help ALS patients live longer

A man from England is hoping a clinical trial at VCU Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia can help him live longer as he battles Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig's Disease.

Daybreak Kitchen 6/21/18: Chef Yancy's French Toast Croissants

Daybreak Kitchen 6/21/18: Chef Yancy's French Toast Croissants

Forecast for June 21st, 2018

Forecast for June 21st, 2018

Welcome Duncan Goldberg: WTAP's New Sports Reporter!

Duncan Goldberg is WTAP's new Weekend Sports Anchor and Weekday Sports Reporter!

To Your Health: Health Benefits of Dairy Ice Cream vs. Non-Dairy Ice Cream

Considering healthier alternatives for your ice cream fix in order to save calories? Well, it might not be worth it in the long run to give up your rich, creamy dairy version. We explain why in today's "To Your Health."

To Your Health: Invisible Dangers of Electronic Shock Drowning

Parents are always told to keep an eye on their children when they are in water, but one of the biggest threats they face can't be seen: Electronic Shock Drowning.

 

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Trump lawyer Michael Cohen mugs with Trump critic Tom Arnold

Arnold is hunting for 'incriminating' tapes of Trump as part of a show for Vice.

Justice Department to release Guatemalan mother's son after lawsuit

A mother and son will be reunited in the Washington area before traveling to Texas, where they will live while their asylum claim is adjudicated.

California couple accused of torturing kids are ordered to stand trial

A California judge said there was abundant evidence to try the couple on 49 of 50 counts, calling some of it "astounding."

10 states to sue over child separations, Trump executive order

"What they're doing right now is unconstitutional," Washington Solicitor General Noah Purcell said.

Charles Krauthammer, columnist and prominent conservative voice, dies

"I leave this life with no regrets," Krauthammer wrote recently in The Washington Post.