Hornets: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist out 6 months after surgery

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Charlotte Hornets forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is expected to miss six months after having right shoulder surgery Tuesday night. The team's top defensive player tore his labrum and dislocated his shoulder in a preseason game Saturday night against Orlando. Kidd-Gilchrist elected to have surgery after consulting with team orthopedist Marcus Cook earlier in the day. Had he not opted for surgery, the chances of reinjuring the shoulder were much higher.

Dams Breached, Bridges Collapse Amid South Carolina Flooding

(NEW YORK) -- While rain has stopped falling in South Carolina, the deadly storm continues to bring devastation, with numerous dams breached and damage expected to top $1 billion. Numerous dams have been breached, bridges collapsed and hundreds of roads were inundated with floodwaters, causing emergency evacuations. President Obama has signed a disaster declaration for federal aid to help with recovery efforts, and more than 1,300 National Guard members have been deployed in the state.

This California Lawn Painter Makes 'Every Game a Home Game'

(LOS ANGELES) -- A California resident is giving football fans a creative way to cheer on their favorite team: through painted lawn logos. Fontana resident Randolph Phillips started this side business in 2009 when the Saints went to the Super Bowl, he told ABC News Tuesday. Phillips was living in Louisiana at the time and painted his first logo on his own front lawn.

The High Cost of Cash: ATM Fees on the Rise

(NEW YORK) --  Getting cash from an automated teller machine not affiliated with your bank has never been so expensive. Out-of-network fees -- the price a consumer must pay for withdrawing from an ATM that's not in their bank's network in addition to the fees their own bank may charge -- are at an all-time high. A consumer can face a fee of $4.52 on average per out-of-network ATM withdrawal, according to a Bankrate.

Study cites cybercrime's rising costs to corporations

NEW YORK (AP) -- Cybercrime costs are climbing for companies both in the U.S. and overseas amid a slew of high-profile breaches, according to research released Tuesday. A sixth-annual study by the Ponemon Institute pegged the average annual cost of cybercrime per large U.S. company at $15.4 million. That's up 19 percent from $12.7 million a year ago. It also represents an 82 percent jump from Ponemon's inaugural study six years ago.

Tom Hanks, the Good Samaritan: Finds Student's ID, Wants to Return It

(NEW YORK) -- Tom Hanks is a regular guy. Not only is he known to use the subway while traveling around New York City, fans have also spied him strolling around any one of New York City's many parks.  Which may be why when a local Fordham University student lost her student identification card, Hanks was there to the rescue. "Lauren! I found your Student ID in the park.

Brittany Maynard's Family Looks Back After Year-Long Fight to Pass 'Death-With-Dignity' Bill

(NEW YORK) -- The family of Brittany Maynard is speaking out one day after California Governor Jerry Brown approved controversial "right-to-die" legislation. Tuesday also marks the one-year anniversary of Maynard's public battle to pass the legislation. Maynard, who suffered from brain cancer, grabbed headlines last year after she announced that she moved to Oregon in order to take advantage of the state's "Death With Dignity" Act.