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04/24/2015 08:01 PM
Florida Residents Reject 'Body Farm'
Lithia residents say they don't want facility used to study decomposition of human bodies near their neighborhood. WFLA's Candace McCowan reports.

04/24/2015 07:48 PM
Missing Dog Found Under Concrete Slab
A Kansas family found their missing dachshund trapped under house nearly two weeks after she disappeared. KSNW's Chris Arnold reports.

04/24/2015 07:12 PM
How An 18-month-old Boy With Down Syndrome Learned to Fly

04/24/2015 07:11 PM
Stage Collapses at Indiana High School During Concert
One student was reported to be in critical condition after the Westfield school stage gave way Thursday, but she "is doing really well," police say.

04/24/2015 06:40 PM
American Flag Protest Shuts Down Georgia College
A Georgia university shut down on Friday for a demonstration after a video of protesters trampling an American flag went viral.

04/24/2015 06:13 PM
Baltimore Chief: Freddie Gray Should Have Recieved Medical Attention Earlier
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts says his department is just in the preliminary stages of the investigation into Freddie Gray's death.

04/24/2015 06:04 PM
Freddie Gray Should Have Gotten Care Right Away: Police
Freddie Gray, 25, died Sunday in police custody following an April 12 arrest on a weapons charge. A family attorney says his spine was severed.

04/24/2015 05:50 PM
Baltimore Police Give Timeline of Freddie Gray Incident
Police plan also to release closed circuit video of their interaction with Freddie Gray and want to interview witnesses or other civilians that may have seen what happened.

04/24/2015 05:48 PM
Mother of Autistic Son Tells Congress 'What's Working'
The mother of a 23-year-old testifies on the transition faced by young adults with autism.

04/24/2015 05:43 PM
Urgent Action Needed for Indiana HIV Outbreak: CDC
Federal officials are asking communities around the country to look for drug-abuse-fueled outbreaks of the AIDS virus.

04/24/2015 04:55 PM
Playing With Fire: 1 Million American Homes at Risk
Seeking homes surrounded by nature, Americans continue to build houses among trees that will, sooner or later, go up in flames.

04/24/2015 04:52 PM
Advocate: Autistic Young Adults Need Support Too
Mary Clancy describes the type of support that helped her son transition into young adulthood.

04/24/2015 04:48 PM
Explosion Levels Kentucky Distillery, Injures Two
The explosion happened at a bourbon distillery in Hardin, Kentucky.

04/24/2015 04:36 PM
Explosion Levels Kentucky Distillery
Two employees injured in blast that destroyed Kentucky's Silver Trail Distillery.

04/24/2015 04:24 PM
Life in Prison for Men Convicted of Thrill Killing
Humberto Galvez, 22, and Juan Ignacio Gomez, 24, were each convicted of first-degree murder in the slaying of Jordan Hickey, 21.

04/24/2015 03:54 PM
'I Love You All Madly': Eric Holder Exits DOJ
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder says goodbye to the staff at the Department of Justice Friday.

04/24/2015 02:27 PM
The Week in Pictures
Dramatic lightning strikes, protests against brutality, migrants rescued and more.

04/24/2015 02:25 PM
'I Love You All Madly': Holder Says Farewell to DOJ
In a tribute video that featured President Barack Obama, Holder said he has an "emotional attachment" to the Justice Department.

04/24/2015 02:11 PM
White House Considers Team to Handle Hostage Situations
The "fusion cell" would integrate the work being done by a number of federal agencies to ensure the safe return of hostages.

04/24/2015 02:07 PM
John Hinckley, Who Shot Reagan, Wants to Start a Band
A doctor testified Friday during hearings that will determine whether Hinckley will be allowed to live full time outside a mental hospital.



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