KTEP - El Paso, Texas

Sharon Pruitt-Young

Golf icon Tiger Woods seems to be on the mend following a car crash earlier this year that left him injured.

Woods posted a short video of himself on Twitter Sunday morning that shows him practicing his swing. He wore what appears to be a compression sleeve on his right leg.

"Making progress," he captioned the post.

A resurgence of COVID-19 restrictions in a number of countries has resulted in protests, with some demonstrations turning violent and leading to dozens of arrests.

A jury on Friday found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges related to his shooting of three men on Aug. 25, 2020.

Joseph Rosenbaum, Anthony Huber, Gaige Grosskreutz and Rittenhouse had traveled to the scene of unrest in Kenosha, Wis., that night for differing reasons. Protesters had gathered there to speak out against the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man who was left paralyzed after being shot by a police officer.

Rittenhouse, then 17 years old, said he had traveled from his home in Antioch, Ill., to protect private property and help as a medic.

Following the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, protests have erupted in a number of cities across the country.

LeVar Burton fans, your prayers have been answered. He may not be hosting Jeopardy!, but his game show career seems to be just getting started.

Harry Potter fans have something big to look forward to in the new year. The cast and crew of the movies will be reuniting for a look back on the franchise. But one person you shouldn't count on seeing? Author J.K. Rowling.

Nike has set back the launch of their Travis Scott collaboration after 10 people died and hundreds more were injured at the rapper's Astroworld festival in Houston earlier this month.

"Out of respect for everyone impacted by the tragic events at the Astroworld Festival, we are postponing the launch of the Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack," the company said in a statement shared via their SNKRS app and the Nike website.

It was every kid's worst nightmare: While on a hiking trail in the fall of 2020, 5-year-old Naomi Pascal lost her beloved teddy bear. But unbeknownst to either Naomi or her parents, she and her bear were destined for a happy ending.

Three people are dead and hundreds are injured after inclement weather roused hordes of venomous scorpions out of their hiding places and into streets and homes.

After more than 50 years, the man responsible for one of the most notorious bank robberies in Ohio history has been identified.

French soccer player Aminata Diallo has been arrested for an alleged attack on a rival that's drawn comparisons to the infamous Tonya Harding case.

Thousands of people gathered in Glasgow, Scotland, and around the world on Saturday to protest a lack of global action to combat climate change.

Dwayne Johnson is making moves to make sure that a deadly tragedy like that on the Rust movie set last month does not happen again.

Supply chain problems are making it harder to get so many products and making them more expensive — everything from books to toys to glass bottles. Look out: Our beloved snacks are next.

The American Psychological Association is seeking to make amends for past wrongs.

The APA, an organization that has been around since the late 1800s, issued a lengthy statement on Friday apologizing not only for the APA's role in perpetuating systemic racism, but for the role psychology, as a field of study, has also played in systemically harming people of color for decades.

Outer space just got a little more delicious.

Thrill seekers may want to book their next vacation in Dubai.

The world's biggest and tallest Ferris wheel opened to the public on Thursday. Located on Bluewaters Island and offering views of the Dubai skyline, the Ain Dubai stands at around 820 feet tall and required around 11,200 tons of steel to build, according to their website.

We may be one step closer to understanding the unknown parts of our universe.

Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory telescope have detected what appears to be a planet in a galaxy beyond the Milky Way for the first time in history, NASA announced on Monday.

Barack and Bruce. Obama and Springsteen. Mr. President and The Boss.

They might like you to just call them renegades. Launched in February, the Renegades podcast consisted of a series of candid conversations between iconic musician Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama, recorded in the summer of 2020 during the height of the pandemic.

It officially has been 20 years since Apple announced the upcoming release of one of its most iconic products: the iPod.

It's a good day to be a Houston Astros fan — if you can handle a little controversy.

The Astros are going to the World Series later this month, after besting the Boston Red Sox on Friday. This will mark the Astros' third appearance in the World Series in 5 years. They won the whole shebang in 2017 when they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, but that win has since been mired in controversy.

The island of Barbados is in the midst of great change. As the country continues to transition into a republic, the nation has elected a woman as its very first president.

Dame Sandra Mason was elected after securing two-thirds of the votes in the country's two houses of Parliament, the government announced.

Barbados announced in September 2020 that it would become a republic, a process that involves removing Queen Elizabeth as the island nation's head of state.

Does a meme a day keep the doctor away? Not quite, but it looks like it might help, according to one recent study.

It was a modern mystery.

In a tiny neighborhood in San Francisco's Richmond District, self-driving Waymo cars have been converging at all hours of the day and night, mystifying neighbors, KPIX reported earlier this week. Most would drive to the dead-end on 15th Avenue, where they then had no choice but to turn around and leave, according to the outlet — and neighbors have no idea why.

A Texas school district has once again become the center of controversy after an administrator reportedly instructed teachers to provide students with "opposing" views of the Holocaust.