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  • Rescue: Helicopter crashes into East River

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    10/4/11

    CBS News RAW: Rescue workers moved fast to pull a reported four victims of a helicopter crash in New York City's East River.
  • Neighbor reacts to Albuquerque gunman's rampage

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    10/28/13

    The neighbor of Christopher Chase - the Albuquerque, New Mexico, man who shot and wounded four law enforcement officers - tells KRQE's Cole Miller he's still in shock from the news.
  • Superstorm Sandy: Ellis Island Museum reopens one year later

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    10/28/13

    Ellis Island, the historic gateway to the United States for millions of immigrants, reopened to visitors Monday morning for the first time since Superstorm Sandy hit the New York area. CBS News' Alison Harmelin reports from Ellis Island.moreless
  • 3 dead in apparent murder-suicide in Md.

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    10/28/13

    Three people were found dead in what police are calling a double murder-suicide in Glen Burnie, Md., and the suspect is a Baltimore police officer. Friends and family of the victims gathered by candlelight to mourn their loved ones.moreless
  • Watch: Giant pumpkins drop in Utah

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    10/28/13

    Families gathered in Pleasant Grove, Utah, on Saturday for the fifth annual Giant Pumpkin Drop to ring in Halloween. The event is a fundraiser for "March of Dimes."
  • Residents run from river of flames in Calif.

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    10/28/13

    A tanker truck carrying 8,000 gallons of oil ignited when it hit the barrier of a freeway bridge Sunday near Los Angeles. The explosion sent a river of flames into a neighborhood. KCBS-TV's Greg Mills reports.moreless
  • Farm to table movement gaining steam

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    10/27/13

    Americans all over the country are starting to change the way they eat, with many consumers asking where their food comes from. And as CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports, more and more, they want it to be local.moreless
  • An unforgettable 40-yard touchdown

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    10/26/13

    Eiler Buck, 16, makes a 40-yard touchdown run that the town of Flower Mound, Texas, will never forget. Eiler was born with a brain malformation making him unable to talk or swallow. Having had 11 different surgeries on four different parts of his body, he wished he was able to play football, even just for a few seconds. Chris Wymore of KTVT reports.moreless
  • Demolition begins at Sandy Hook

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    10/25/13

    In Newtown, Conn., demolition has begun at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. The school is the site of the December 2012 mass shooting that left 20 children and six staff members dead.
  • "Stick figure" toddler lights up Halloween

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    10/24/13

    Royce Hutain made a suit out of LED lights and Velcro for his 22-month-old daughter, Zoey, just in time for Halloween. Hutain posted a video on YouTube of Zoey running in her stick figure costume, which already has 2.7 millions views. KCAL9-TV's Stacey Butler reports.moreless
  • Robot helps disabled third-grader attend school

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    10/24/13

    C.J. Heller's weakened immune system prevents him from physically attending school. Now, with the help of a special robot he controls from his grandparents' home, the third-grader is finally getting a chance to feel like a regular kid. KHOU-TV's Kevin Reece reports.moreless
  • Choking child saved by state troopers in N.J.

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    10/24/13

    A Trenton family has two New Jersey State troopers to thank for coming to their rescue when their disabled son, born with hydrocephalus, was choking along the side of the highway. The police car dash-cam captured the action. KYW-TV's Cleve Bryan reports.moreless
  • Washington state residents debate opening city-run marijuana shop

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    10/23/13

    Washington voters approved recreational marijuana use last year. Now, residents of North Bonneville are debating opening the state's first city-run retail marijuana establishment. KOIN-TV's Joel Iwanaga.
  • Missing boy highlights parents' fear of autistic kids wandering away

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    10/23/13

    Authorities in New York are continuing to search for Avonte Oquendo, a missing autistic child who walked out of school and disappeared three weeks ago. CBS News' Vinita Nair talked with a mother of an autistic child about her constant worry.moreless
  • Recycling plant powered by the sun

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    10/23/13

    A recycling center in Santa Maria, Calif., is taking "environmentally friendly" to another level. Larrabee Brothers Recycling processes 2.5 million pounds of recyclable material with solar power. KCOY-TV's Christian Hartnett reports.
  • Student accused of murdering math teacher

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    10/23/13

    A student at Danvers High School outside of Boston has been charged with the murder of Colleen Ritzer, one the school's math teachers. CBS News' Vinita Nair reports.
  • From the archives: 1983 Beirut Marine barracks bombings

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    10/23/13

    From the archives: Charles Kuralt anchors CBS News Special Reports on the Beirut Marine barracks bombings on October 23, 1983.
  • Racy beer can brews controversy

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    10/23/13

    A Texas brewery believes the latest ad campaign for its Dallas Blonde beer is simply "tongue and cheek," but, as Andrew Lucia reports, others in the Dallas area don't find it so funny.moreless
  • World's largest pumpkin on display in NYC

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    10/23/13

    The largest pumpkin in the world is on display at the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, New York. Weighing in an astonishing 2,032 pounds, a team of sculptors turned the pumpkin into a gigantic sculpture -- with a Venus flytrap and wasps overhead also carved out of pumpkin.moreless
  • Okla. teen uncovers 3.85-carat diamond

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    10/22/13

    Tana Clymer, an Oklahoma City teen, unearthed a rare 3.85-carat canary diamond in an Arkansas state park. The diamond could be worth between $15,000 and $60,000. KWTV's Evan Anderson reports.
  • Boy Scouts leaders ousted after toppling ancient rock

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    10/22/13

    Two Utah Boy Scout leaders videotaped themselves toppling one of the sandstones figures at Goblin Valley State Park. They have been stripped of their leadership position and removed as members of the Boy Scouts of America. KUTV's Cristina Flores reports.moreless
  • Is running up the score a form of bullying?

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    10/22/13

    Following a 91-0 defeat at the hands of the Aledo High School football team, a parent from the losing team filed a formal bullying complaint against the entire Aledo coaching staff. KTVT's Andrea Lucia reports.moreless
  • Boy Scouts leaders ousted after toppling ancient rock

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    10/22/13

    Two Utah Boy Scout leaders videotaped themselves toppling one of the sandstones figures at Goblin Valley State Park. They have been stripped of their leadership position and removed as members of the Boy Scouts of America. KUTV's Cristina Flores reports.moreless
  • Reverend caught between family and faith

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    10/22/13

    When Rev. Frank Schaefer officiated his son's marriage to another man, he broke the rules of the church and now finds himself in hot water. Although he may lose his parish, several former ministers are showing support for his views. WHP-TV's Pat Beauvais reports.moreless
  • Is pet insurance worth the money?

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    10/22/13

    Many people consider their dogs and cats members of their families and would do almost anything for their pets. Still, four out of 10 pet owners worry they wouldn't be able to afford an expensive medical emergency. That's why some turn to pet insurance. Mai Martinez from WBBM-TV reports.moreless
  • Pumpkin carving contest goes underwater in Fla.

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    10/21/13

    An underwater pumpkin carving contest attracted 30 entrants in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, with some coming from as far away as Tuscon, Ariz.
  • 2 dead in Nevada middle school shooting

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    10/21/13

    A middle school student in Sparks, Nev., opened fire on campus Monday, wounding two and killing a teacher who had intervened trying to protect the students. The gunman was also killed. CBS News' Teresa Garcia reports.moreless
  • Cleveland residents set themselves on fire for Guinness World Record

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    10/21/13

    A group of 21 Cleveland residents set themselves on fire Saturday to break the Guinness World Record of the most people performing full body burns. The previous record was set in 2009 when a group of 17 people were simultaneously set on fire.moreless
  • Alligator spotted at Florida Walmart

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    10/21/13

    A slow-moving alligator kept Walmart shoppers from entering an Apopka, Fla., store when it paced near the entrance in the early hours of Sunday morning. The six-foot gator set off the automatic doors, but apparently was not interested in doing any shopping as it eventually strolled away and returned to a nearby body of water.moreless
  • Second giant oarfish found in Calif.

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    10/21/13

    For the second time in a week, a rare oarfish has been spotted on the California coast. Beachgoers were stunned to come across the body of the 14-foot, serpent-like creature on the sand.moreless
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