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Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control is setting traps around the city in hopes of catching the "lion" spotted several times in recent days. WTMJ's Steve Chamraz reports.









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Personalized radio transmitter bracelets that can locate people with Autism or Alzheimer's who may wander off. KARE's Lindsey Seavert reports.









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The agent representing star NFL quarterback Tom Brady on Wednesday suggested the league's commissioner upheld a four-game suspension over under-inflated balls to distract the public from criticism of an inconsistent disciplinary record.









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Florida researchers tracking invasive species captured a Burmese Python more than 18 feet long.









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Matthew Flores had no books at home and no money for bus fare to the library, so he turned to his mailman for junk mail to read - what happened next went viral.









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More than 6,000 police departments now require body cams nationwide, and in some instances, they're changing the course of justice.









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The family of Samuel DuBose is calling for peace following the release of the body camera video that captured the moment when DuBose was killed.









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Around 35 million people will be under some sort of heat advisory on Wednesday — and it's only going to get worse.









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The American dentist who killed a well-known lion in Zimbabwe also has a U.S. felony record over the killing of black bear in in Wisconsin.









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"I continue to believe and unequivocally support Tom Brady," owner Robert Kraft said.









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Tuesday was the first time either of Holmes' parents had spoken publicly since the July 2012 "Dark Knight" theater massacre.









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Neal Falls, the man killed by an escort he met online, is being now investigated in deaths and disappearances in nine states, authorities say.









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Harlem Suarez, 23, was arrested this week on charges that he planned to detonate a nail-packed bomb at a Florida beach.









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Matthew Sanchez allegedly refused to help after a 911 caller used foul language while trying to get assistance for a teen who had been shot.









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Security cameras show an SUV slamming into car at Maine gas station as a driver leaps to safety. WCSH's Amanda Hill reports.









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Security cameras show an SUV slamming into car at Maine gas station as a driver leaps to safety. WCSH's Amanda Hill reports.









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A U.S. tourist who who killed Zimbabwe's beloved lion, Cecil, has received global condemnation on social media, Yelp, and "Jimmy Kimmel Live."









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After a New Mexico teen died, questions are being raised about why an Albuquerque dispatcher would hang up on a 911 caller.









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The University of Cincinnati police officer who shot unarmed black man Samuel Dubose during a traffic stop has been indicted on murder charges, prosec









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A Florida school district is using Snaptrends app to monitor social media posts made by both students and teachers. WESH's Amanda Ober reports.









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