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Forecasters and emergency agencies prepped for a long weekend as Tropical Storm Erika wobbled toward Puerto Rico and then the southern Atlantic coast.









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A French-American academic who tried to subdue the Paris-train gunman shouted back to his wife "I got the gun," his wife said.









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A glimpse back at the damage caused by the deadly hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast one decade ago.









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A food truck explosion sent mangled wreckage and debris flying as far as 100 feet and shattered windows of nearby homes in southwest Miami-Dade.









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Of all the transformations Hurricane Katrina left in its wake 10 years ago, the story of one little kid's journey continues to amaze.









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Las Vegas police say four-year-old's grandfather was running errands and forgot boy was in the car.









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More than seven inches of rain fell Thursday night causing flash floods. Storms knocked out power to around 2,000 homes.









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A college junior died after being shot Thursday night in Savannah State University's student union building.









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A Danbury, Connecticut, man is accused of kidnapping a man he thought was homeless, then feeding him in his home.









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It's impossible to prevent deadly violence from workplace disputes, but many situations can be defused before they turn tragic, experts say.









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According to Risk Management Solutions, three cities beyond New Orleans face especially high chances of large-scale damages: Miami, Tampa, New York.









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Two students said a victim was shot after a fight, NBC station WSAV reported. A male victim was taken to a hospital, and the campus was locked down.









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David Finlayson's son helped save his father after a falling refrigerator-sized boulder injured him in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness.









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A new flow of lava from Kilauea has moved a half mile in 24 hours.









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School officials briefly locked down campus at Savannah State University after a male victim was injured in a shooting on campus.









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School officials briefly locked down campus at Savannah State University after a man was killed in a shooting on campus.









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13-year-old Charlie Wilstead Finlayson was camping with his father David in a remote area of Idaho. A falling boulder severely injured his father, leaving Charlie to hike miles to get help. KTVB's Bonnie Shelton reports.









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A program at Cedar Creek Corrections Center in Washington State teaches inmates the art of beekeeping. KING's Alison Morrow reports.









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Police did not release the name of the suspect because they are working on more arrests in the wake of the Aug. 19 shooting in Rochester, New York.









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Frank E. Petersen made history twice as the first African-American aviator in the Marine Corps and then as its first African-American general.









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