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Why people still pay attention to Charles Manson

Inside the Charles Manson room at the Museum of Death in Hollywood, Anne Forde looks at crime scene photos from the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders.

SC woman out thousands in Facebook lottery scam

Chesnee, SC (WGCL) -- A Chesnee woman is warning others of a Facebook lottery scam that cost her thousands of dollars. "I was happy about, you know, I wasn't thinking about a scam or anything," said Cindy Brigman.

Summer's brightest supermoon rises August 10

The second installment of this summer's season of supermoons is happening Sunday. Stargazers who missed the July 12 supermoon will have another chance to see the bright lunar phenomenon from all around the world.

Minnesota cafe charges customers "minimum wage fee"

It's pancakes with a side of politics. A Minnesota restaurant is passing along the cost of the state's minimum wage hike to customers, and the move has sparked outrage.

Eating fast food costs both money and calories

It's often difficult to find time to cook a healthy, nutritious meal while traversing this hectic world.

The summer's brightest supermoon comes this August

 The second installment of this summer's season of supermoons is happening Sunday. Stargazers who missed the July 12 supermoon will have another chance to see the bright lunar phenomenon from all around the world.

Obama signs $16 billion VA overhaul into law

  Sally Barnes-Breen watched her father die while waiting months just to see a doctor at the dysfunctional Department of Veterans Affairs.

Car thief rocks out in police 'bait car'

It's a song you might recognize. For a suspected thief who thinks he boosted a car with no one in sight, it's the perfect soundtrack.

Hyundai fined $17 million for delaying recall

Hyundai waited too long to recall thousands of Genesis sedans and now will to pay a $17 million fine for the delay.

Man who shot unarmed Michigan teen convicted of second-degree murder

A Michigan man accused of gunning down an unarmed young woman on his front porch in November was convicted Thursday of second-degree murder, manslaughter and possessing a firearm while committing a felony.