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The gunman who shot two journalists to death during a live broadcast had a wig, six magazines of ammunition, and a to-do list in his car.









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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will put its wildly popular 707-horsepower Hellcat engine into a new model of the Jeep Cherokee, sources say.









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California cities cut their water use by a combined 31 percent in July, exceeding Gov. Jerry Brown's statewide mandate to conserve.









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A priest speaks a mass for Vicki Gardner, who was shot while being interviewed. Television reporter Alison Parker and Adam Ward photographer, were killed in the attack.









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Futures are pointing to a healthy gain at the opening bell.









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Andy Parker says his daughter's on-air murder has inspired him to seek stricter gun-control regulations.









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Prosecutor Joseph Cherniske said in his closing statements that the defendant, 19-year-old Owen Labrie ignored girl's "no" and raped her as part of a graduation tradition. Labrie's attorney's acknowledged while his client isn't a saint he should not convicted.









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Nothing in his background disqualified him from buying a gun.









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The jurors — three women and nine men — must ultimately weigh whether the accuser is telling the truth when she testified that Owen Labrie raped her.









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WDBJ colleagues mark moment that Alison Parker and Adam Ward were killed with moment of silence during this morning's newscast. NBC's Sarah Dallof reports.









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Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, residents displaced by the storm are still returning to rebuild. NBC's Jay Gray reports.









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Hallie Jackson reports from Roanoke, Virginia, where a TV news crew was gunned down by a disgruntled former employee.









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Andy Parker says he won't rest, even when the media moves on to Donald Trump.









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Michael Brown, who became the face of federal failures during Katrina ten years ago, is out of the public sector now, but not always out of trouble.









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Two years after Hurricane Katrina and problem-plagued emergency response, future President Barack Obama promised things would be different.









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Oklahoma daycare workers accused of giving babies Benadryl to make them sleepy. KTEN's Rachel Salyer reports.









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The term "anchor baby" has been used a lot by the GOP field recently, particularly Jeb Bush. NBC News' Carrie Dann breaks down the term and the numbers behind it.









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Technology helps mothers who can't be in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit bond with premature babies. KUSA's Steve Staeger reports.









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Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, is beginning its holiday layaway program Friday — two weeks earlier than last year.









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The Birmingham Zoo is warning recent visitors that they may be at risk for a rare infection found in birds at the aviary exhibit. WVTM's Chip Scarborough reports.









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