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David Simon, the creator of HBO's "The Wire," a crime-drama set in Baltimore, called for an end to violence that erupted after Freddie Gray's funeral.






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A firefighter rescued six baby ducks that had fallen through a storm drain in Louisiana by luring them out with a duck ringtone on his iPhone.






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Police in a Washington State town are looking for a driver who nearly hit children getting ready to board a school bus.






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A bar owner in suburban Chicago is defending the years-long use of a two-way mirror in the women's restroom with full view of the toilet.






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Baltimore descended into chaos Monday with widespread rioting, arson and looting, just hours after the funeral of Freddie Gray.






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U.S. marshals have lost a cocaine-smuggling suspect who slipped away from house arrest in Virginia by putting his GPS monitor on his cat.






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Jurors began hearing the case against James Holmes, accused of killing 12 and injuring 70 in a 2012 shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater.






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A teacher at a Washington state high school detained a shooter Monday morning before anyone was injured, according to police.






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Students and teachers at one Seattle-area high school have nothing but praise for a social studies teacher that helped bring down a student who brought a gun to school and began shooting. NBC affiliate KING5 reports.

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Frazier Glenn Miller, 74, said Monday that he doesn't think he has much longer to live and wants a chance to speak about why he killed three people.

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Indiana couple celebrates 66th anniversary by showing off wedding dress made from husband's World War II parachute. Jessica Schmidt reports.

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Several Baltimore police officers were injured on Monday as rioters threw bricks and stones and burned patrol cars in violent protests.

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Friends and neighbors left candles, flowers and teddy bears at the California home of 9-year-old Jordon Almgren after he was stabbed to death.






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Albuquerque police officer uses money from his own pocket to replace 11-year-old's stolen bicycle. KOB's Stephanie Claytor reports.

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The catastrophic earthquake over the weekend took out power and phone service for whole swaths of the country.






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"Slide The City" event turns Arizona street into 350-foot, three lane water slide. KPNX's Stacia Naquin reports.






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Corinthian Colleges said Sunday it's closing its remaining 28 for-profit schools effective immediately, kicking about 16,000 students out of school.






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The LAPD says it's having officers ride in pairs as a result of the alleged threat.






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Some Baltimore protesters looted, set a police car on fire and faced off against cops and seven law enforcement authorities were injured.

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Investigators told Pioneer Press the 24-year-old went out with friends Friday night, but was home by 8:00pm. Sgt. Jeff Stender said Russell's friends texted her asking her to come out later that evening, but she told them she was headed for bed because she had to work a double shift the next morning beginning at 9:00am.






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