From ABC News 10

  • Don't lose your local channels: Find out if, how you can rescan your TV

    Between now and July 2020, some local TV stations will be changing their over-the-air broadcast frequencies.

    That might mean something to you and your family if you use an antenna, because it’s possible you’ll wake up one morning and find out the reception on some of your local channels isn’t as good as it used to be.

    Or maybe you’ll have a hard time getting your favorite channels to appear at all.

    No big deal!

    This just means you’ll need to do a rescan. It only takes a minute.

    The Federal...

  • Every parent needs to know about this simple yet genius safety device

    As a parent, your child’s safety is arguably the most important thing you could think of. Natalie Bell seems to share the same sentiment.

    The Australian mother of five worried about what might happen should she get into an accident with her daughter who has special health needs, so she created a seatbelt cover that can alert emergency personnel and doctors to those needs.

    Bell’s daughter, who is deaf, has a cochlear implant and is unable to have an MRI.

    “I always wonder what would happen if I...

  • Trump suggests Iran's shootdown of drone was accidental

    President Donald Trump declared Thursday that "Iran made a very big mistake" in shooting down a U.S. drone but suggested it was an accident rather than a strategic error. Asked about a U.S. response, he said repeatedly, "You'll find out."

    A few minutes earlier, a senior U.S. military officer said Iran shot down the huge, unmanned American aircraft over international waters in an attempt to disrupt U.S. efforts to monitor the Persian Gulf area where Trump has blamed Iran for attacking shipping...

  • Carrie Underwood, NFL, NBC sued over 'Sunday Night Football' song

    Carrie Underwood, the NFL and NBC have been hit with a lawsuit that accuses them of plagiarizing the "Sunday Night Football" theme song.

    Singer Heidi Merrill and three songwriting collaborators filed the lawsuit Wednesday in federal court in Manhattan, claiming she created a song in 2016 called "Game On" and pitched it to Underwood's producer, Mark Bright, who passed on it.

    Merrill alleges that Underwood's song of the same name, "Game On," which was played during the opening of "Sunday Night...

  • Miami-Dade police officers honored for saving bicyclist's life

    A South Florida bicyclist is alive thanks to three Miami-Dade police officers who were honored Thursday in Doral.

    The officers jumped into action after the man, Vladimir “Bobby” Ruiz, 41, went into cardiac arrest while biking earlier this month. 

    "Honestly, I wouldn't be here without you guys," Ruiz told the officers in a video message from his hospital bed. "You saved my life. Without you guys, I would not be here. I'm lucky that everyone was there at the right time, at the right place, and...

  • Answering Heat selection questions before the NBA Draft

    The Miami Heat holds the 13th pick in Thursday night’s NBA draft. The Local 10 sports department answers some key questions on which direction Pat Riley may go with the pick. Will Manso and Clay Ferraro put their general manager caps on to discuss.

    Should the Heat keep the pick or trade it?

    Will: Listening to Riley at his end of season news conference made it pretty clear he wants to make a splash and believes he can do it this offseason. Unfortunately, the Heat will need to be creative to...

  • Police agencies across US take action on officers' offensive posts

    Law enforcement agencies in Dallas and Florida on Thursday became the latest to announce they are investigating allegations some of their employees made offensive comments on Facebook after a watchdog group compiled screenshots of the posts and shared them in an online database.

    The screenshots of the public posts, published in the Plain View Project's online database, purport to show officers or police department employees making hateful or racist remarks.

    Since its founding in 2017, the Plain...

  • TikTok owner has one billion users, many outside China

    ByteDance, the Beijing-based startup behind popular short video platform TikTok, has amassed more than one billion monthly active users across its apps.

    A company executive announced the milestoneat the Shanghai Film Festival this week. A ByteDance spokeswoman confirmed his remarks to CNN Business on Thursday,saying the billion mark was crossed earlier this year.

    ByteDance has more than a dozen apps including news aggregator Jinri Toutiao, trending video platform Top Buzz and selfie app...

  • Electric planes herald new era for aviation at the Paris Air Show

    Airlines ordered tens of billions of dollars worth of new aircraft from Airbus and Boeing at the Paris Air Show this week.

    But there was also huge interest in the planes of tomorrow.

    The rise of hybrid and electric aircraft was on full display at the biannual aviation showcase, where startups competed with industry giants to show off technology that's more efficient and better for the environment than traditional designs.

    The focus on electrically-propelled aircraft reflects a rush to develop...

  • Frankie Dettori and Stradivarius win Gold Cup at Royal Ascot

    Veteran jockey Frankie Dettori punched the sky with pure joy as he clinched a successive Gold Cup, once again riding Stradivarius to victory in the most prestigious race at Royal Ascot.

    The result, a repeat of last year, was met with raucous cheers from the bumper crowd that had crammed onto the grandstand to witness one of racing's greatest duos.

    The cheers continued into the parade ring with Dettori whipping the crowd into a frenzy with his famous flying dismount.

    There to greet him was Queen...

  • Even Marvel wants Keanu Reeves

    Dear Marvel, don't talk about it -- be about it -- and get Keanu Reeves a role ASAP please and thank you.

    The internet's boyfriend continues his reign of being everything we need in 2019 with word that Marvel would like to work with him.

    Keanu Reeves: The mystery of the internet's boyfriend asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige about putting Reeves into one of its blockbusters to which Feige laughed and said, "We talk to him for almost every film we make."

    "I don't know...

  • New, old characters unite in 'Toy Story 4'

    It was way back in 1995 when Pixar revolutionized animation with "Toy Story," the first, fully-computer animated film. But it wasn't just the ground-breaking, life-like visuals that made the movie a huge hit. It was also thanks to a wonderful story about the secret lives of toys that was both hilarious and tugged on the heartstrings.

    The plan to make a quick, direct-to-video sequel were thankfully scrapped and Pixar poured their energy into two high-quality follow-ups. Now, nine years after the...