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Wednesday September 18, 2013    10:09 AM
OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma state law enforcement officials have pulled two vehicles from a lake that may contain the bodies of six people listed as missing for decades. The vehicles which were recovered from Foss Lake in western Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon, appear to match a Camaro missing with three Sayre teenagers since 1970 and an older Chevrolet with two Canute residents missing since the late 195 ...

Tuesday September 17, 2013    06:48 AM
BOSTON - Police in Boston are honoring a very special man. A man who happens to be homeless. Glen James was honored Monday for flagging down police after he discovered a bag filled with $2,400 in cash and nearly $40,000 in travelers checks. Last summer, James, who is in his 50s and lives in a homeless shelter, noticed a young man at the South Bay plaza in Boston leave behind a large bag, the ...

Sunday September 15, 2013    03:54 PM
YEMEN - An eight-year-old Yemeni girl died of internal bleeding on her wedding night after marrying a man five times her age, a social activist and two local residents said, in a case that has caused an outcry in the media and revived debate about child brides. Arwa Othman, head of Yemen House of Folklore and a leading rights campaigner, said the girl, identified only as Rawan, was married to ...

Saturday September 14, 2013    01:04 AM
CNN - They were sons and daughters, with their whole lives ahead of them. Until -- for reasons no one has yet explained -- their lives came to a horrific, bloody halt on a rural road on Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau. While authorities didn't detail why or how the four victims were shot dead, they did release their identities on Friday. Dominic Davis, 17 Davis was new to Tennessee, having ...

Saturday September 7, 2013    04:22 PM
The Transportation Security Administration has apologized to a Missouri family after a troubling video of agents detaining a toddler in a wheelchair was posted on YouTube. According to St. Louis-based news site Daily RFT, 3-year-old Lucy Forck and her family were on their way to catch a flight to Disney World, in Orlando, Fla., when the child was stopped by TSA agents at Lambert-St. Louis Inter ...

Friday September 6, 2013    01:04 PM
ST PETERSBURG, Russia - Police seized a painting of Russia's president and prime minister in women's underwear from a gallery in St Petersburg, saying the satirical display had broken unspecified laws. The officers additionally removed a picture of the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, his torso covered in tattoos, and two others poking fun at lawmakers who have backed legislation banning s ...

Friday September 6, 2013    01:02 PM
Residents of an Oklahoma town are being asked to defy drinking tap water until the local utility is sure that it has gotten rid of small red worms that wriggled into the water system. Worms ranging from a half-inch to an inch lengthly showed up this week in the water supply in Colcord, a little town near the Arkansas border about 80 miles east of Tulsa. Taking showers with the invertebrates is ...

Friday September 6, 2013    01:00 PM
HONG KONG - Hustler, cheater, robber, rogue. Gamblers who skip out on casino debts in Macau risk being branded with these monikers and having personal details made civic by a website that says it has assisted to recover 50 million yuan ($8 million) so far. But the novel strategy to combat bad debts in the world's largest gambling destination is under scrutiny from the police for possibly breaki ...

Friday September 6, 2013    12:49 PM
MIAMI - Florida officials trying to eradicate the Giant African Land Snail, one of the world's most destructive invasive species, idea to deploy a new weapon in the battle - Labrador retrievers. State agriculture officials say they hope the dogs will add to their success in fighting an infestation of the slimy snails, which were initial spotted by a homeowner nearly two years ago and quickly s ...

Friday September 6, 2013    12:38 PM
FUNKSTOWN, Md. — There's a golden retriever, an English springer spaniel, a Doberman and a handful of mixed breeds. But several times a year, they all become blood hounds. The dogs are part of a program that gives the gift of life to an injured or sick animal. They are blood donors. As often as every seven weeks, the area dogs arrive at the Animal Health Clinic of Funkstown, roll up t ...


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