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Tiny Wyoming Town Evacuated After Explosion at Natural Gas Plant

A small town in southwestern Wyoming was evacuated on Wednesday afternoon after an explosion and fire at a natural gas processing plant.Lincoln County spokesman Stephen Malik told NBC Station KSL that there were no injuries from the blast, which occurred about 2 p.m.

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Student Arrested in UMass Boston Bomb Threats Case

Police at the University of Massachusetts Boston have charged a student in connection with two bomb threats called into the school in the past week.

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Florida Citrus Greening Decimates Crops

Florida’s citrus growers are fighting to keep their trees alive. Since 2005, when the deadly citrus greening disease was first discovered in Dade County, it has become the single largest threat to Florida’s entire $9 billion industry.

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White Supremacist Pleads Guilty to Federal Murder Charges

A white supremacist who killed four people in a Pacific Northwest crime speed in 2011 pleaded guilty to federal charges in Portland on Wednesday.

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Kansas Slay Suspect Jeffrey Chapman Wanted to Erase 'Murder' Ink

A Kansas slaying suspect wanted to save his neck by getting the tattoo he splashed across it — the word "murder" spelled backward — inked over in jail.But county officials balked at Jeffrey Chapman's request for a personal needling session in lockup.

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California Mom and TSA Settle Breast Milk Lawsuit for $75,000

Sometimes it pays to cry over spilled milk.A California mom who was held at an Arizona airport four years ago after an argument with TSA agents who wanted to X-ray her breast milk has won a preliminary settlement of $75,000 from the agency.Stacey Armato, who filed a lawsuit in U.S.

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Lochte on Phelps: I Knew He'd Be Back

U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte weighs in on Michael Phelps' return to the water and how it impacts his training and the sport of swimming.

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Vote Set for Possible Sriracha Plant Shutdown

City residents and Sriracha plant owner meet to determine the fate of a Sriracha plant.

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Search for Serial Killer Victims Solves Unrelated 1978 Cold Case

A search for the victims of a serial killer helped solve a 30 year old cold case.

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Chicago Man Wins Lottery Three Times in Three Weeks

By NBCChicago.comThree is a magic number, at least it might be for one Chicago resident.Christopher Kaelin, an occasional lottery player, won the same lottery game three times in three weeks, officials announced Wednesday.

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Infamous Gacy Case Helps Solve Unrelated Chicago Area Death

MAYWOOD, Ill. — Four decades after John Wayne Gacy lured more than 30 young men and boys to his Chicago-area home and strangled them, his case has helped authorities solve another killing — one he didn't commit.

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County Officials in Washington Landslide Area to Consider Building Ban

Officials in the Washington county where a deadly mudslide struck last month have pushed back a vote that would ultimately put a moratorium on new construction in landslide-prone areas.

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Chicago Resident Wins Lottery Three Times in Three Weeks

Christopher Kaelin, an occasional lottery player, won the same lottery game three times in three weeks, officials announced Wednesday.

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Toddler Who Fell From Third-Floor Window Not Hurt: Police

A toddler who fell out of a third-story window in lower Manhattan early Wednesday miraculously wasn't seriously injured in the plunge, police say.

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Watch Live: Michael Phelps Announces Return to Swimming

Olympic gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps announces that he plans to return to competitive swimming.

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1888 Shipwreck Rediscovered Under Golden Gate Bridge

By NBCBayArea.comA steamship that sank with 16 passengers aboard in 1888 has been located again under the Golden Gate Bridge, leading to the release of new sonar images of the boat sitting upright, covered in mud.

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Aurora Case on Hold While James Holmes Appeals Sanity Hearing

Colorado movie-massacre shooter James Holmes is appealing a judge's order for a second sanity evaluation, bogging down the timetable for a trial that was to start two months ago.

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Chelsea Manning Allowed to Formally Change Name

The Army private convicted of funneling intelligence secrets to whistleblowing website WikiLeaks can legally change her name to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, a judge ruled Wednesday.

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Study: Paper Money Hosts Hundreds of Bacteria

A new study finds cash is covered in hundreds of different types of bacteria, including pneumonia. KFYR's Sarabeth Ackerman reports.

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Shark Attacks Florida Tourist

A German tourist is bitten by a shark off the Florida coast. WESH's Stephanie Kolp reports.



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