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Officials Discover Body Inside Wall

Building inspector discovers human body sealed inside wall of Warren, Ohio. Danielle Cotterman reports.

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Scott Kelly and Crew Lift Off for Yearlong Mission

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Korienko will spend close to a year at the International Space Station. Kelly will set a record for the longest-duration spaceflight for a U.S. astronaut.

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'Hero' Driver Helps Students Escape Burning Bus

Two students were treated on the scene after the bus became engulfed in flames in Orange County, California, Friday morning, officials said.

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Lonely No More: Iris the Chimp Finds Love at Sanctuary

Iris, a 32-year-old chimp, was transferred from a zoo to a sanctuary with the help of a PETA member.

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Detroit Children Found in Freezer Died of Blunt Trauma

The children, identified as Stoni Ann Blair, 13, and Stephen Berry, 9, died of "multiple blunt trauma," an autopsy found.

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CEO Killed Wife in September Murder-Suicide: Report

A high-profile hospital CEO killed his wife and then set fire to their bedroom in a bizarre murder-suicide, according to a report released Friday.

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Feds Indict Alabama Ex-Cop Who Injured Indian Grandfather

Eric Parker has been charged with assaulting Indian citizen Sureshbhai Patel during a sidewalk stop Feb. 6 that was caught on video in Madison.

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OU: Frat Members Learned Racist Song at National Event

The school says the chant was then "formalized" by the local chapter, which has since been shut down.

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Germanwings Co-Pilot Trained in Arizona

Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot suspected of intentionally downing a Germanwings airliner with 150 people on board, trained at a Lufthansa facility in Arizona. KPNX's William Pitts reports.

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Aaron Hernandez's Fiancee Takes the Stand

Aaron Hernandez's fiancee testifies in the ex-NFL star's murder trial.

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Cops Use Selfies to Hunt Alleged iPhone Thief

Denver police offered a $2,000 reward for information on a woman whose selfies may solve the alleged theft of an iPhone.

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Two Unaccounted for After NYC Building Collapse, Fire

Among the two unaccounted for after the East Village explosion on Thursday is 23-year-old Nicholas Figueroa, who was on a sushi date, his family said.

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Missouri Cops to Limit Use of Tear Gas on Protesters

The agreement settles a lawsuit brought by Ferguson protesters.

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SF Inmates: We Were Forced to Fight 'Gladiator Style'

The inmates say deputies forced them to fight at the San Francisco Hall of Justice, conduct that the DA called "deplorable."

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Video Shows 'Ambassador' Beating Homeless Man

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Cellphone Theft Victim Sees The Funny Side

Rawley Bingham's stolen iPhone seemed to take on a life of its own. Steve Staeger of KUSA reports from Denver, Colorado.

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N.Y. Building Explosion Injures 19

A fiery explosion destroyed three buildings and ignited a massive blaze in downtown Manhattan, officials and witnesses said Thursday afternoon.

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Airlines Require Two in Cockpit After Plane Crash

Numerous airlines hastily changed their policies to require that two crew members be in the cockpit at all times after the Germanwings crash.

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Secret Service Issues New Rules on Driving After Drinking

Secret Service staffers are no longer allowed to drive official cars within 10 hours of drinking alcohol, following an embarrassing incident.

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Senate Passes GOP Budget With Deep Spending Cuts

Republicans muscled a balanced-budget plan through the Senate, positioning Congress for months of battling President Barack Obama.



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