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Hand Gliding Crash Kills Boy and Instructor in Nevada

A hand glider crash has killed an instructor and a 12-year-old boy near Las Vegas, Nevada, police told NBC News late Friday.








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Boy With Special Needs Forced to Remove Varsity Jacket

A Kansas mom is outraged after her son, who has special needs, was forced by his school to remove his varsity letter jacket.








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Man in 'Support Our Local Police' Car Leads Cops on Chase

The driver went the wrong way in traffic and slammed into shopping cars in an Orange County, California, parking lot before being arrested.








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'Incredibly Grateful': Amanda Knox Murder Conviction Tossed

Amanda Knox's murder conviction has been overturned by Italy's highest court ending a years-long saga.








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Amanda Knox: I'm Grateful to Have My Life Back

Flanked by her family, Amanda Knox expressed thanks for a Italian jury's decision to overturn her 2007 murder conviction in the death of her British roommate, Meredith Kercher.








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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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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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Police Officer Wounded, Suspect Killed in Boston Shootout

A Boston Police officer has been shot in an apparent shootout that wounded four people in the city's Roxbury neighborhood.








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Fetus Cut From Womb Showed No Signs of Life: Coroner

A district attorney said Dynel Lane, who is suspected of cutting a woman's fetus out of her womb, wouldn't be charged with murder.








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Why Dirt on the Mountains Means Trouble for California

Scientists are scrambling to discover how much water is in the dwindling snowpack of California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.








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The Week in Pictures: March 19 - 26

A solar spectacle, sailors on the high seas, the catch of the day and more.








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Why Dirt on the Mountains Means Trouble for California

Scientists are scrambling to discover how much water is in the dwindling snowpack of California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.








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Oklahoma University Issues SAE Racism Report

Oklahoma University says an internal investigation reveals the campus SAE chapter learned the racist chant during a national SAE leadership conference. The national chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon denies the claim. Jay Gray reports.








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Pro Bowler Marks 70 Years On The Lanes

92-year-old pro bowler Sylvester Thiel recently marked an important milestone. Mike Sullivan reports.








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Jury Says Firm Did Not Discriminate Against Ellen Pao

Pao sued Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, saying she was passed over for a promotion and fired because the firm treats men and women differently.








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Ex-Ole Miss Student Charged for Noose on Statue

Graeme Phillip Harris faces two federal civil rights charges for the incident in which a noose was placed on a statute of the first black student.








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The Sweetest Peep Show You'll Ever See

Sculptors use marshmallow chicks as their medium and put their best works on display at Maryland's Peep Show. Jennifer Franciotti reports.








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Jury Reaches Verdict in Ellen Pao Gender Discrimination Suit

The case has shined a light on the gross underrepresentation of women in the technology and venture capital sectors.








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Boy With Special Needs Forced to Return Letter Jacket

A mother is outraged when a school forces son to remove varsity letter jacket, saying special-needs athletes aren't allowed to wear the letters. Craig Andres reports.








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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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