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  • Nyad completes 48-hour swim for Sandy relief

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    10/10/13

    One month removed from her epic swim from Cuba to Florida, Diana Nyad completed yet another grueling test. The 64-year old swam for 48 hours straight in a pool constructed in New York City, raising more than $100,000 for victims of Superstorm Sandy.moreless
  • Ann Romney dishes on new cookbook

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    10/10/13

    Ann Romney, wife of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, is now a cookbook author. While signing her best-selling book "The Romney Family Table" in southern California, the mother of five and grandmother of 22 talked to KCAL-TV's Andrea Fujii about writing the cookbook.moreless
  • Crickets face off at annual fighting championships

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    10/10/13

    The annual cricket fighting championships have begun in Beijing. A uniquely Chinese sport which dates back over 1,000 years, it involves two crickets duking it out in within a fixed ring. Trainers poke and prod the crickets to make them more aggressive, while feeding them a high protein diet of bean paste mixed with water. 20 teams from across China are participating in the tournament.moreless
  • Shutdown denies death benefits to family of fallen soldier

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    10/9/13

    The family of a San Diego Army nurse killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan has been denied death benefits because of the government shutdown. Matt Johnson from KFMB-TV explains what her friends are doing to help.moreless
  • Online jewelry sale actually elaborate plot to steal $19K ring

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    10/9/13

    Police are searching for a cunning criminal who allegedly gave a woman from Wisconsin a free flight to St. Louis, Missouri, in order to steal her three-carat diamond ring valued at $19,000. KMOV's Jasmine Huda reports.moreless
  • Shutdown leaves S.D. prison workers without pay while inmates still earn

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    10/9/13

    Employees at the Federal Prison Camp in Yankton, South Dakota, are not receiving paychecks because of the government shutdown, but the prisoners - working jobs while in custody - are still getting paid. KELO's Ben Dunsmoor reports.moreless
  • Furloughed VA workers protest in N.C.

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    10/9/13

    Furloughed Veterans Affairs employees took to the streets in Winston-Salem, N.C., Tuesday seeking an end to the government shutdown so they can return to work. Tony Smith from WFMY-TV reports.
  • Anti-bullying programs found to have opposite effect

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    10/9/13

    Data analyzed by Seokjin Jeong, a criminologist at University of Texas at Arlington, show that most school anti-bullying campaigns are not only ineffective but may actually encourage or even teach children to bully. KTVT-TV's Joel Thomas reports.moreless
  • Minn. stowaway's dad: "I don't want to see my son hurt"

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    10/9/13

    The father of a 9-year-old boy who hopped a Delta flight from Minneapolis to Las Vegas opened up about the ordeal in a plea for help in dealing with his troubled son.
  • $2.3M drug bust includes 27 pounds of uncut meth

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    10/8/13

    Undercover deputies in Santa Clara, Calif. seized $825,000 in cash, 27 pounds of uncut meth and four pounds of cocaine totaling $2.3 million. The stash is believed to have come from a Mexican drug cartel. The owner of the stash is now on the run from both the police and the cartel. KPIX-TV's Kiet Do reports.moreless
  • Man allegedly exposes himself to 13-year-old girl in Walmart

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    10/8/13

    Police are searching for a man who allegedly stalked a teenage girl through a California Walmart and exposed himself. The girl's family says the store didn't do enough to respond to the encounter. KCAL-TV's Stacey Butler reports.moreless
  • Nyad gets back in the water in NYC for charity

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    10/8/13

    A month after her record-breaking swim from Cuba to Florida, marathon swimmer Diana Nyad is holding a 48-hour continuous "Swim for Relief" charity event in New York City to raise money for people struggling one year after Hurricane Sandy.moreless
  • Historic church goes up in flames

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    10/8/13

    Crouch Memorial Church of God in Christ in South Los Angeles is engulfed by flames as firefighters desperately try to battle the blaze. Two of the men fighting the fire were briefly trapped inside as the century-old church collapsed around them.moreless
  • Playboy posing HS teacher stirs controversy

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    10/8/13

    Cristy Nicole Deweese posed for Playboy when she was 18 years old. Now, at 21, she's teaching high school Spanish in Dallas, Texas, and some parents have a problem with that. KTVT's Andrea Lucia reports.moreless
  • Obama: "We're not going to pay a ransom for America paying its bills"

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    10/8/13

    President Obama said he is willing to negotiate on any issue with Republicans after the government shutdown - which is in its eighth day - has ended.
  • Jimmy Carter at work for World Habitat Day

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    10/7/13

    To celebrate World Habitat Day, hundreds of Habitat For Humanity volunteers gathered in East Oakland, Calif. to build affordable housing -- among them, one former president. Mark Kelly from KPIX-TV reports.
  • Tarantula mating season means more sightings expected

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    10/5/13

    Reptile rescue officers in Sonoma County, Calif., say tarantula mating season means people can expect to see more of the giant, hairy spiders until the winter rains begin. Don Ford of KPIX reports.moreless
  • Okla. bakery provides "sweet" relief to needy children

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    10/5/13

    Deb Hanson, owner of "The Sweetness Factory" in Weatherford, Okla., is using her baking skills to help raise money for less fortunate children in Custer County. Now in it's ninth month of operation, her bakery's delicious treats have the entire community eager to give back. KWTV's Amanda Taylor reports.moreless
  • Capitol car chase driver made delusional statements to police

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    10/4/13

    New details are emerging about the woman who tried to breach security at the White House. Family members say Miriam Carey's mental state may have played a role. Susan McGinnis reports.
  • FEMA workers, furloughed by shutdown, recalled for Tropical Storm Karen

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    10/4/13

    With the Gulf Coast expecting landfall by Tropical Storm Karen this weekend, the White House says FEMA is recalling some of its staff furloughed during the government shutdown to help prepare for the storm. CBS News' Marlie Hall reports.moreless
  • Bill Eppridge, photographer at RFK assassination, dies

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    10/4/13

    Photojournalist Bill Eppridge, whose career included capturing images of a mortally-wounded Robert F. Kennedy, has died at age 75. In this 2008 interview, he talks about the moment Kennedy was shot.
  • Ski season arrives ahead of schedule at Mt. Hood

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    10/4/13

    Residents of Mt. Hood, Ore., received a surprise this week, as an early winter storm dumped nearly 17 inches of snow on the area. Although lifts weren't scheduled to open for another few weeks, local mountain resorts are now doing everything they can to accommodate a sudden influx of skiers. KOIN-TV's Chris Holmstrom reports.moreless
  • Glassblowers in Tulsa get training from a master

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    10/3/13

    Students at the Tulsa Glassblowing School received training from internationally-known glass artist Pino Cherchi. KOTV's Rick Wells reports.
  • D.C. marriages thwarted by shutdown

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    10/3/13

    The government shutdown has put a wrench in the wedding plans of MaiLien Le and Mike Cassesso. The couple was planning to have their ceremony at the Jefferson Memorial, which is now closed, and they also won't be able to receive a marriage license from the government-run court. WUSA-TV's Scott Broom reports.moreless
  • Witnesses describe chaos of D.C. car chase, shooting

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    10/3/13

    Visitors and residents in the nation's capital describe the scene that unfolded on Thursday when a car chase ended with gunshots near the U.S. Capitol.
  • Capitol police chief: Shooting an "isolated incident"

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    10/3/13

    U.S. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine briefs reporters on the car chase that ended with gunshots being fired near the U.S. Capitol on Thursday.
  • Raw: Police respond to Capitol Hill incident

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    10/3/13

    Raw video of police in Washington, D.C., responding to an incident that caused the Capitol and the White House to go into lockdown.
  • Raw video: Capitol Hill car chase, shooting

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    10/3/13

    Gunshots can be heard as a woman driving a black car attempts to flee police after crashing into a security barrier near the White House.
  • Watch: Violent school bus crash in Wash.

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    10/2/13

    Officials from Tacoma Public Schools in Wash. are investigating whether a school bus driver was wearing her seat belt properly after she was involved in a violent chain-reaction crash with a truck and another school bus.moreless
  • Watch: Sharks feast on whale carcass in Calif.

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    10/2/13

    Tour boat passengers witnessed a rare encounter as three great white sharks and about a dozen blue sharks feasted on a dead minke whale floating in the Santa Barbara Channel Monday morning.
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