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Mardi Gras celebrations are underway in New Orleans. NBC's Sarah Dallof reports.









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The mayor of Hawaii's Big Island declared an emergency to deal with an outbreak of dengue fever.The bureaucratic move is aimed at fighting mosquitoes.









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Alabama state trooper helps delivery baby after pulling couple over for speeding on the way to the hospital. WAFF's Kevin Jacobs reports.









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It's about a third more than a typical day of sick calls, NBC5 Investigates has found.









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When an Alabama State Trooper performed a routine traffic stop over the weekend, he didn't expect he would be helping with the delivery of a baby boy.









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Following the nation's first 2016 primaries, and other stories we're following today.









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Snow, strong winds and floods threatened to snarl travel Tuesday as the Northeast braced for another winter storm.









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A Florida man is behind bars months after he allegedly hurled a three-foot alligator through the drive through window of a Wendy's.









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A man who was caught on video attacking an elderly man with a pole at a gas station and wildly swinging a sword at another man was behind bars in Broward County, Florida.









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Joshua James, 23, is accused of throwing a gator through the drive-thru window of a fast food restaurant last October in what his mother called a stup









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The U.S. Olympic Committee strongly denied a report that it advised athletes and staff to consider skipping the Summer Olympics because of Zika.









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Steven Lawrence Wright walked away from the Inmate Reception Center a free man Jan. 30 on what the L.A. County Sheriff's Department called a "clerical error."









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The petition seeks to remove Gov. Rick Snyder from office over a schools reshuffle — not over the water crisis in Flint.









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The proposal drew praise from the White House and criticism from environmentalists who said it would be too weak to actually slow global warming.









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Sophia Rodriguez Waid had elevated lead levels in her blood.









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New research finds that stun guns can create short-term cognitive impairment comparable to dementia — which can lead to unreliable statements to cops.









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Nisreen Assad Ibrahim Bahar, 25, also known as Umm Sayyaf, was married to Abu Sayyaf, an ISIS leader who was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces.









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Relatives of Hae Min Lee, whose murder was the subject of the podcast "Serial," offered a rebuke Sunday to new evidence uncovered by the show.









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The burning body of a homeless man found in Tennessee Sunday night may have been killed by blunt force trauma, authorities said.









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A New York pastry chef has created a donut stuffed with a cinnamon roll for patrons of his New York City restaurant.









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