Witnesses on Everest: ‘We heard an avalanche’
Jonathan Fierro and Ed Wardle, a producer and cameraman with NBC's Peacock Productions, who were working on a project on Mount Everest when a deadly avalanche struck Friday morning, say the tragedy occurred at the beginning of the busiest season at the mountain
13 true ‘tails’ of survival
From a ham that went on the lam to a Chihuahua that blew away, meet 13 amazing animals that survived a brush (or flush!) with death to reunite with their owners.
Tales of survival
Mom of girl, 9, shot in school: ‘We’re happy she’s still here’
Her 9-year-old daughter Amina nearly died after she was accidentally shot by a classmate, but Teri Bowman said she refused to accept the possibility that she would lose her child. “We’re so happy that she’s still here,” she said in a report airing Friday.
Heroes & Angels
Mom who saved kids from tornado: ‘It was instinct’
Though she selflessly shielded her two young children from a tornado while being battered to within an inch of her life, Stephanie Decker says she’s not a hero; the simple title "mom" fits her just fine. “It was instincts and protecting my children,” she said Wednesday.
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Meet the family who sent six kids to college by age 12
Bob Dotson visits the Harding family of Montgomery, Ala., who home-school their children and have so far sent six of them to college — before their teens.