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Thursday, February 25

Body of 'Growing Pains' star Andrew Koenig found in Vancouver

The body of missing Growing Pains actor Andrew Koenig has been found in a park in Vancouver, British Columbia, according to The 41-year-old actor, who was last seen Feb. 14 near a bakery in the Canadian city, is best known for playing Kirk Cameron’s friend, Richard “Boner” Stabone, on the 1980s ABC sitcom. [More]

Mother of starved child believes he'll live again

For more than a week, Ria Ramkissoon watched passively as her 1-year-old son wasted away, denied food and water because the older woman she lived with said it was God's will. Javon Thompson was possessed by an evil spirit, Ramkissoon was told, because he didn't say "Amen" during a mealtime prayer. [More]

Man hit by train twice in two weeks

A man who lost his hand after being dragged by a commuter train two weeks ago in Southern California has been hit by a train again. [More]

Police: Bank robber posed on MySpace

A teenage runaway girl whose alleged partner in crime posed for a MySpace photo holding $50 bills has been charged with robbing two Massachusetts banks. [More]

Teachers suspended for lap dance at rally

Two teachers at a Canadian high school have been suspended for performing a school pep rally lap dance that became an overnight internet sensation, a school board official said. [More]

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Nepotism [nep·o·tism] n.  Favoritism shown or patronage granted to relatives, as in business. [More]

SeaWorld confirms trainer was dragged into water by whale

A SeaWorld killer whale seized a trainer in its jaws today and thrashed the woman around underwater, killing her in front of a horrified audience. It marked the third time the animal had been involved in a human death. [More]

Cash-Strapped Los Angeles to Go After Dog Licenses

The City Council voted Tuesday to have two departments share information in order to track down people who haven't licensed their pets. The Department of Water and Power keeps a meter-reader database of homes with dogs. The council ordered the departments to coordinate to find the pooches. [More]

Couple Faces Jail for Removing Lawn

An Orange County family could be headed to jail for refusing to landscape their yard. [More]

X-Games skier dies after fall at Calif. ski hill

Current Olympians and others in the ski community are mourning the loss of professional free skier C.R. Johnson, who died in a fall while skiing a steep chute at California's Squaw Valley. [More]

Women only: airline to have female toilets

Women flying Japan's All Nippon Airways will have a toilet all to themselves from next month, with the airline designating one restroom on most international routes as female-only. [More]

State says "dentist' signed cease-and-desist order year ago

A man arrested for practicing dentistry without a license signed an agreement with the state about a year ago saying he would "cease and desist" from continuing to practice dentistry, the Florida Department of Health said in a statement. [More]

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DeLorean children gearing up for rival biopics

Two of John DeLorean's children are backing rival movie projects about the maverick automaker famed for the futuristic car that bears his name. [More]

GM to discontinue Hummer after sale bid fails

General Motors Co. will wind down its iconic but tarnished Hummer brand after Chinese regulators rejected a $150 million bid by an obscure Chinese machinery maker to buy the money-losing SUV line. [More]

Top doc: Fitness is more than a dress size

Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, who has weathered some harsh criticism about her own weight, wants to make one point very clear: success can’t be measured by clothing size alone. She talks to about her vision for a fit nation. [More]

Judge cuts $300 million smoker's lawsuit award to $39 million

Concluding a jury was moved by emotion rather than hard evidence, a judge today reduced $300 million in damages awarded to a Florida smoker against Philip Morris USA to nearly $39 million. [More]

Van Gogh experts authenticate unusual painting

Dirk Hannema was known as a brilliant art curator but a bit of a fool. He claimed he had seven Vermeers in his collection, several Van Goghs and a few Rembrandts, but no one believed him. Now 25 years after his death it turned out he was right — about one work by Vincent van Gogh. [More]

Wednesday, February 24

Whale kills Florida SeaWorld trainer as guests watch

A killer whale killed a SeaWorld Orlando trainer who slipped or fell in its tank Wednesday, drowning her in front of a horrified audience. [More]

'Octomom': Can't rule out another kid in future

Octuplets mother Nadya Suleman says she doesn't plan on having more children unless she gets married someday "far" in the future. She says if that ever happens, she would only have one child. [More]

Sad day for a clown: Man jailed for wearing mask

Charged with wearing a clown mask on a public road, 18-year-old Matthew Lopez was taken to the Hillsborough County Jail on charges of wearing a mask or hood on a public road over the age of 16 years old and resisting arrest without violence. [More]

All teachers get pink slips at Rhode Island school

A school board in Rhode Island has voted to fire all teachers at a struggling high school, a dramatic and controversial plan aimed at shoring up education in a poverty-ridden school district. The firings come over the district's concern that teachers refused to spend more time with students to improve test scores. [More]

Florida thieves overheard after misdialing 911

Police say two Florida teenagers are facing charges after 911 dispatchers heard them talking about breaking into cars when one teen's cell phone accidentally called 911 during the heist. [More]

Kansas man sues Royals claiming hot dog injury

John Coomer has filed a lawsuit against the Royals seeking more than $25,000 for injuries he sustained Sept. 8 when he was smacked in the eye with a hot dog chucked by the team's mascot, Sluggerrr. [More]

USDA to Pay Black Farmers $1.25 Billion

Some 70,000 black farmers have reached a $1.25 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for years of discrimination in farm loans and subsidies. But after generations of disappointment, this group of farmers knows the fight isn't over until the check arrives. [More]

States eye ban on public release of 911 calls

Alabama, Ohio and Wisconsin are deciding whether to bar the public release of 911 calls because of concern that airing of the tapes will make people less willing to phone in emergencies. [More]

IRS worker's widow sues Texas suicide pilot's wife

The widow of the Internal Revenue Service employee killed when a Texas man crashed his plane into the agency's Austin office is suing the pilot's widow. [More]

Man Unaware of Knife in His Neck Following Fight

A knife blade has been found lodged in the neck of a man who didn't even realize he had been stabbed. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Expeditious [ex·pe·di·tious] adj.  Acting or done with speed and efficiency. [More]

N.Y. man uses backhoe to crush 30 cars

Authorities said an upstate New York man angry with his wife used a backhoe to demolish more than two dozen demolition derby cars. The Wayne County Sheriff's Office said 29-year-old Michael Fagner caused about $40,000 damage to 30 cars parked at a business in Savannah. [More]

Coach's gaffe costs speedskater shot at Olympic gold

Sven Kramer peeled off his racing glasses and hurled them onto the infield, just as he had thrown away a Winter Olympic gold medal and nearly half a million dollars a couple of minutes earlier. "What did you do?" he screamed in Dutch as he skated past coach Gerard Kemkers, who stood with his head in his hands, unable to comprehend the biggest moment of sporting stupidity seen at these Games. [More]

Dem youth support waning amid gov't gridlock

Whither the youth vote? A year after backing Barack Obama by an overwhelming 2-to-1 ratio, young adults are quickly cooling toward Democrats amid dissatisfaction over the lack of change in Washington and an escalating war in Afghanistan. [More]

Lone GOP health care backer's campaign cash dips

The lone Republican lawmaker to support Democratic health care legislation has seen his fundraising drop by nearly 40 percent since his vote, and he is quickly burning through a dwindling bank account after resorting to a costly national fundraising operation. [More]

ESPN suspends Kornheiser for comments about Storm

ESPN has suspended host Tony Kornheiser from his television talk show "Pardon the Interruption" for two weeks for comments he made on the radio last week about SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm's clothing. [More]

Things That Tweet

What do sneakers, a cemetery, an electricity meter and a toilet have in common? They're all tweeting. A growing list of inanimate objects and places are out are all a-Twitter - and people are actually following them. [More]

Illegal Immigrant Found Guilty of Killing 3 in Colorado

An illegal immigrant was convicted Tuesday in a crash that killed three people, including a 3-year-old boy inside an ice cream shop. [More]

Man with holstered gun rides horse to church

Members of a small central Kentucky church successfully disarmed a man who rode horseback to morning services, then walked into the church with a holstered gun. Police said the man, 43, was arrested about an hour later at a house and charged with public intoxication. [More]

NYC assistant convicted in ex-punk manager killing

The personal assistant of a punk-rock pioneer and celebrity real estate broker was convicted Tuesday of bludgeoning her boss to death with a piece of exercise equipment. [More]

Big rise in illegal immigrants in Southeast

The number of illegal immigrants living in Georgia more than doubled in less than a decade, according to a new federal report. The main reason cited: jobs. [More]

Pentagon prepares to lift ban on women in submarines

The Pentagon has moved to lift a decades-old policy that prohibits women from serving aboard Navy submarines, part of a gradual reconsideration of women's roles in a military fighting two wars whose front lines can be anywhere. [More]

Professor's husband wanted revenge

The husband of the Alabama professor accused of fatally shooting three colleagues once said he wanted violent revenge on a doctor who gave his wife a bad job review, according to documents that feed growing evidence the woman showed signs of violence long before the latest episode. [More]

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Man Shoots Driver While Playing With Gun, Cops Say

Deputies in South Florida say a 21-year-old woman is dead after being shot by a passenger who was playing with a gun in the back seat of a car she was driving. [More]

Teacher tackles gunman after school shootings

A teacher tackled a man armed with a high-powered rifle just after two teenage students were shot Tuesday at a suburban Denver middle school that's just miles from Columbine High School, the site of one of the nation's deadliest school shootings, authorities said. [More]

Pa. abortion doctor's license suspended after raid

Federal agents raided a clinic where abortions are performed and found "deplorable and unsanitary" conditions, including blood on the floor and parts of aborted fetuses in jars, according to the state agency that shut it down and suspended the license of the doctor in charge. [More]

Charlie Sheen enters rehab: spokesman

Troubled actor Charlie Sheen, who is facing criminal charges arising from an alleged assault on his wife, has entered a rehabilitation center, his spokesman confirmed Tuesday. [More]

Bizarre jewel heist was inside job

Two men have been arrested in a bold and bizarre jewelry store robbery involving crooks who disguised themselves in Hasidic Jewish attire, complete with hats and false beards, police announced Tuesday. [More]

Police: Dancing teen’s belt buckle gouges floor

Police said they've arrested a teenager who caused thousands of dollars in damage to a western New York home's hardwood floor by break dancing on it while wearing a large diamond belt buckle. [More]

Tuesday, February 23

Woman says her love handles saved her life

A Florida woman said her love handles saved her life when she was shot entering an Atlantic City bar. Samantha Lynn Frazier said she wanted to lose weight, but now "I want to be as big as I can if it's going to stop a bullet." [More]

ACORN Hopes New Image Can Save Disgraced Advocacy Group

The embattled advocacy organization is shuttering offices and rebranding itself in individual states, though the new groups share similar goals to the original national organization. [More]

WABC sportscaster Marvell Scott charged with raping 14-year-old

Former WABC sportscaster Marvell Scott was charged Tuesday with raping a 14-year-old in his Manhattan apartment - while her 16-year-old pal looked on. [More]

Hillary Clinton Sued Over Death of Officer in Her Motorcade

The family of a Dallas police officer who died two years ago while escorting then-presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton has sued her, the city of Dallas and the maker of the helmet he was wearing. [More]

DNA Deception

When Texas state health officials were sued last year for storing infant blood samples without parental consent, they said it was for medical research into birth defects, childhood cancer and environmental toxins. They never said they were turning over hundreds of dried blood samples to the federal government to help build a vast DNA database — a forensics tool designed to identify missing persons and crack cold cases. [More]

Vt. Judge Issues Arrest Warrant in Lesbian Custody Battle

A judge has ordered the arrest of a woman who has refused to turn over her 7-year-old daughter to her former lesbian partner. [More]

Fake Friar Charged in New Molestation

A convicted sex offender who posed as a monk to gain the confidence of his victims has been arrested for allegedly molesting another teenage boy. [More]

Mom convicted of killing kids found in freezer

A Maryland woman who adopted three children despite a troubled past was convicted Monday of murdering two of the girls, whose bodies were stored in a freezer as the woman continued collecting payments meant to help with their care. [More]

Doctor indicted in child sex abuse scandal

A Delaware grand jury returned a sweeping indictment Monday against a pediatrician accused of 471 counts of serial molestation in what could be one of the worst child sex abuse cases in the nation's history. [More]

Woman admits selling 2 kids for 1 bird, $175

A 52-year-old Louisiana woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of sale of a minor for trading two children to a couple in exchange for an exotic pet bird and $175. [More]

Cop Indicted After Allegedly Beating Suspect Into Coma With Flashlight

A Providence police officer has been indicted on charges that he assaulted a restrained man with a flashlight. [More]

Ex-NBA star may get 5 years for killing

Retired New Jersey Nets star Jayson Williams is to be sentenced Tuesday to anywhere from 18 months in prison without the possibility of parole to five years for the fatal shooting eight years ago of his limo driver. [More]

Man, 72, shot during attempted home invasion

A 72-year-old man is in critical condition this morning after being shot in the torso during an attempted home invasion, police said. [More]

IHOP offers a free pancakes today

IHOP is celebrating National Pancake Day by giving away a short stack of buttermilk pancakes. Company officials hope diners taking advantage of the free offer will donate a few dollars toward the Children's Miracle Network. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Genteel [gen·teel] adj.  1. Refined in manner; well-bred and polite.  2. Free from vulgarity or rudeness.  3.Elegantly stylish: genteel manners and appearance. [More]

Hilton Minneapolis ballroom orgy lawsuit quietly settled

The female night manager of the hotel restaurant "observed Hilton executives on top of a table engaging in sexual activity," according to the lawsuit. [More]

Toyota Execs to Face Congressional Grilling

Toyota executives face tough questioning Tuesday at the first congressional hearing on the Japanese automaker's sudden acceleration problems and the company's handling of the safety issue. [More]

Calif. insurer to face questioning over rate hike

Anthem Blue Cross executives are scheduled to testify Tuesday before a California legislative committee about an attempt to boost insurance premiums by up to 39 percent, a proposal that has become a flash point in the national debate over health care reform. [More]

Wife charged with assaulting wrestler Ric Flair

Police say the wife of pro wrestler Ric Flair has been charged with assaulting him in their North Carolina home. [More]

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Elvis Presley passport exposes security flaw

In the name of improved security a hacker showed how a biometric passport issued in the name of long-dead rock 'n' roll king Elvis Presley could be cleared through an automated passport scanning system being tested at an international airport. [More]

Natalee Holloway confession called ‘fantasy’

The suspect in the disappearance of American student Natalee Holloway has confessed to disposing of her body in a marsh on the Caribbean island of Aruba, a Dutch tabloid reports. [More]

Lohan blames dad for her drug problem

Lindsay Lohan’s father, Michael, has often claimed he only wanted to help her when he made her private life the subject of public discussion, but according to the star, Dad’s frequent media antics only further fueled her battle with the bottle and drug addiction. [More]

Monday, February 22

Man bulldozes home to avoid foreclosure

An Ohio man says he bulldozed his $350,000 home to keep a bank from foreclosing on it. [More]

New senator helps Democrats advance jobs bill

A modest job-creation bill advanced in the Senate on Monday as the chamber's newest Republican bucked his party and sided with Democrats on a $15 billion package of tax cuts and highway spending. [More]

Are We All Asking to Be Robbed?

A new website called does nothing more than aggregate publicly shared check-ins from Twitter, but its name and purpose attempt to shed more light on the dangerous side effects of location-sharing. [More]

Aviation safety: One accident for every 1.4 million flights

Air travel has been getting increasingly frustrating, with fees, crowds and other hassles, but passengers may be glad to know that 2009 was a banner year for aviation safety. [More]

Daughter says pilot in Texas IRS crash was a hero

The daughter of a man who crashed his small plane into an IRS building in Texas is calling her father a hero. Joe Stack's adult daughter, Samantha Bell, tells ABC's "Good Morning America" the plane attack was "inappropriate." But she praised his anti-government and anti-tax views. [More]

TV Anchor Accused Of Murdering Ex-Boss

A glamorous blonde television news anchorwoman has been accused of hatching a plot to have her former boss murdered. [More]

Superman's debut sells for $1M

A rare copy of the first comic book featuring Superman has sold for $1 million, smashing a record set just last year. [More]

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Ostentatious [os·ten·ta·tious] adj.  Characterized by or given to pretentiousness. [More]

Fan dies after being hit by flying debris in NHRA crash in Arizona

A female spectator died Sunday evening after being hit by a tire that broke loose from a Top Fuel dragster after it wrecked during a first-round race in the NHRA Arizona Nationals in Chandler. [More]

Marijuana use by seniors goes up as boomers age

In her 88 years, Florence Siegel has learned how to relax: A glass of red wine. A crisp copy of The New York Times, if she can wrest it from her husband. Some classical music, preferably Bach. And every night like clockwork, she lifts a pipe to her lips and smokes marijuana. [More]

Documents: Toyota boasted saving $100M on recall

Toyota officials claimed they saved the company $100 million by successfully negotiating with the government on a limited recall of floor mats in some Toyota and Lexus vehicles, according to new documents shared with congressional investigators. [More]

DNA, hot line lead to arrests in Texas church fire

Federal authorities say DNA evidence collected at the site of one of several Texas churches destroyed by arson links one of two suspects to the blaze. [More]

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New credit card rules squeeze consumer more

Now, thanks to a long-awaited law that goes into effect today, you'll know that if you pay the minimum on a $3,000 balance with a 14 percent interest rate, it could take you 10 years to pay off. [More]

Sunday, February 21

Plane Crasher's Grudge Against IRS Likely Simmered for Decades

In the California where Joe Stack started out as a fresh-from-college software engineer, fighting the tax man was, quite literally, a religion. [More]

Woods must get rid of 'sychophants': Gallacher

Former European Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher says Tiger Woods should change his management entourage in the wake of the sex scandal that has engulfed his career. [More]

Train kills 3 teen girls crossing Florida bridge

Three teenage girls crossing a bridge in central Florida were killed by a freight train as they desperately tried to get out of its way and their helpless friend on the other side could only watch, police said Sunday. [More]

Truckload of marijuana goes up in smoke

A truckload of confiscated marijuana that could be worth more than $1 million disappeared somewhere between Memphis and Louisville, Ky., sources say. [More]

NYC Bar Owner Charged With Double Homicide

Bail has been set at $3 million for a New York City bar owner accused of fatally shooting two friends found slain in northern New Jersey. [More]

22 inch man seeks world record

A man who is only 22 inches tall left his home country of Nepal on Sunday in a quest to be recognized as the world’s shortest man. [More]

Man shot while taking firearms course

Police in Orlando say a 50-year-old man taking a firearms certification course was shot in the foot after the instructor's gun discharged. [More]

Man suspected in deaths of son, girlfriend in jail

Craig Wall, the ex-convict accused of fatally stabbing his live-in girlfriend and suspected in the death of their 5-week-old son, was transferred Saturday from Citrus County Memorial Hospital to the Sumter County Detention Center, authorities say. [More]

Tiger’s caddie says he won’t allow heckling

Tiger Woods’ caddie Steve Williams says he won’t tolerate any heckling of his star player whenever the world’s No. 1 golfer returns to competition. [More]

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Police Credit Dog With Saving Lost Girl's Life

A 3-year-old who went missing from her Arizona home Thursday was found alive Friday morning, after spending a night outside in near-freezing temperatures huddled next to her dog, Blue. [More]

Glenn Beck Rips Republicans in CPAC Show-Stopper

Glen Beck blamed Washington politicians for the country's poor condition, and said Republicans are just as guilty as Democrats. "It's not enough just to not suck as much as the other side," he said. [More]

Saturday, February 20

GM CEO to Get $9M Compensation Package

General Motors' Chief Executive Edward Whitacre will get a compensation package valued at $9 million, including $1.7 million in salary. The U.S. government holds more than 60 percent of GM's common shares. [More]

18 tons of state-owned explosives stolen in Mexico

A trailer filled with 18 tons of industrial explosives owned by the government have been stolen in Mexico by unidentified gunmen. An alert has been issued in the region, while the driver is currently missing. [More]

Police: Man rides on car hood in his underwear

Police expect to file charges against a 57-year-old man who was wearing only underwear in frigid temperatures when he hopped on the hood of his girlfriend's moving car during an argument. Police have yet to identify the man or his 28-year-old girlfriend. [More]

Variety of stories leads to murder charge for Dee Dee Moore

Dee Dee Moore just couldn't keep her stories straight. And that is one of the reasons deputies charged her with first-degree murder tonight in the shooting death of lottery millionaire Abraham Shakespeare. [More]

In women's hockey, domination is cause for concern

18-0. 10-1. 13-1. Those are the scores of the first three games for the Canadian women's Olympic team. The United States team outscored its opponents by 30 goals. [More]

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Young golfer says he has given up on following Woods

Connor Campbell is no longer a fan of Tiger Woods. The 11-year-old who has been swinging a golf club since he was 5 1/2 said today that he now has another golf star he will follow. [More]

Texas pilot's wife expresses sorrow

The wife of man who flew a plane into the IRS building into the IRS building in Austin Texas, Sheryl Stack, spoke Friday expressing her deepest sympathy to the victims and their families. [More]

Friday, February 19

Gloria Allred attacks Tiger Woods at L.A. news conference

Gloria Allred and one of the golfer's alleged mistresses held a news conference following Tiger Woods' apology. "I just watched Tiger Woods' apology on television, and he said he wanted to make amends. He did not apologize by name to my client, Veronica, and I ask, why no apology?" Allred said. [More]

Apartment manager accused in beating death of tenant

The manager of an apartment building on Milwaukee's west side beat one of his tenants to death after becoming angry because the tenant locked himself out of his apartment, according to a criminal complaint filed Thursday. [More]

Sean Penn Charged with Battery, Vandalism

The two misdemeanor charges were filed by the Los Angeles city attorney's office and stem from an Oct. 2, 2009, incident in which the actor allegedly approached and kicked a photographer in Brentwood, Calif., breaking his camera. [More]

'I am so sorry,' Tigers Woods says in public apology

In a tightly controlled televised statement, golfer Tiger Woods gave an apology Friday for his "irresponsible and selfish" behavior. [More]

Body language expert finds Tiger's words credible

At the beginning of Tiger Woods' apology, he emitted what a body language expert calls a "cathartic exhale." "It's when an individual recognizes that he's caught," said retired FBI profiler Joe Navarro, who watched the statement on television. "He is exposed and he is at a very weak point." [More]

Woman finds unclaimed insurance check from 1978

An 85-year-old South Florida woman who went looking for a photo of her ex-husband says she found a $17,500 insurance claim check from 1978 instead. [More]

Update: Little-used statute at center of alleged rental scam

After filing legal notice after notice in recent months with the Pasco County Clerk of Courts Office, Stephen Bybel has said he thought that was enough to allow him to take over unkempt property left to deteriorate during foreclosure proceedings. [More]

President Obama Not Welcome in Las Vegas?

When President Obama visits most U.S. cities, he receives a warm welcome, with local leaders lining up to greet Air Force One. But not so in Las Vegas. Mayor Oscar Goodman not only skipped the airport when the president arrived Thursday night, he also turned down a White House invitation to personally meet with Obama. [More]

Smelly passenger kicked off flight

Air travelers already have to deal with fat passengers, unruly passengers, excessively talkative ones and many other types who make flying miserable. But a new low may just have been reached for weary road warriors: The overwhelmingly smelly passenger. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Impugn [im·pugn] tr.v.  To attack as false or questionable; challenge in argument: "To impugn a political opponent's record." [More]

Friends didn't see pilot's passion for IRS feud

Joe Stack felt the federal government — especially its tax code — robbed him of his savings and destroyed his career while allowing corrupt executives to walk away with millions. [More]

Witness becomes rescuer in Austin plane incident

Robin Dehaven usually replaces windows. On Thursday morning, after a small plane crashed into an Austin, Texas, office building, he was breaking them, having rushed into the burning structure to help people escape. [More]

Lawyer: Prof. accused in slayings likely insane

An Alabama college professor accused of killing three colleagues during a faculty meeting is likely insane, and she can't remember the shootings, her attorney said. [More]

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Mom's Ex Kills High School Football Star in Georgia

A high school football star who had been signed to play at Vanderbilt University was shot to death Thursday by his mother's ex-boyfriend, police said. [More]

Escaped zebra captured in downtown Atlanta

An Atlanta highway turned into a circus Thursday afternoon when an escaped zebra galloped along a busy section of interstate with police in hot pursuit. [More]

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