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Security has been boosted in Los Angeles, at LAX and elsewhere on the West Coast based on recent intelligence related to ISIS threats, officials say,






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N.J. officer Pedro Abad Jr.'s blood-alcohol content during the March 20 crash that killed two others was three time the legal limit, sources say.






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A spate of new incidents has sparked concern that the terror group's popularity is spreading well beyond Syria and Iraq.






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A Georgia university shut down on Friday for a demonstration after a video of protesters trampling an American flag went viral.






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Southwest Airlines flight traveling from Las Vegas to Milwaukee was diverted to Denver Friday night after reporting "pressurization issues," according to officials.






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The bill would prevent adolescents from smoking, buying or possessing both traditional and electronic cigarettes.






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Authorities said Fred Pagan admitted to intending to distribute methamphetamine and GBL in exchange for sexual favors.






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Severe weather rolled through the Midwest packing 60-mile-an-hour winds and dropped up to three inches of hail in parts of Kansas.






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Retiired Fire Chief Stan Cole caught dramatic video of a tornado touching down in west Texas






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The remains of Army Sergeant Rodney Griffin returned to Missouri, 45 years after he was killed while serving in Vietnam. KSDK's Art Holliday reports.






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A 2009 investigation was uncovered Friday that concluded the deputy received preferential treatment by supervisors at the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.

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A group hoping to open a sex club in Madison, Tennessee have amended their rejected plans, and are now attempting to classify the building as a church. WSMV's Jennifer Johnson reports.






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Lithia residents say they don't want facility used to study decomposition of human bodies near their neighborhood. WFLA's Candace McCowan reports.






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A Kansas family found their missing dachshund trapped under house nearly two weeks after she disappeared. KSNW's Chris Arnold reports.






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One student was reported to be in critical condition after the Westfield school stage gave way Thursday, but she "is doing really well," police say.






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Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts says his department is just in the preliminary stages of the investigation into Freddie Gray's death.






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Freddie Gray, 25, died Sunday in police custody following an April 12 arrest on a weapons charge. A family attorney says his spine was severed.






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Police plan also to release closed circuit video of their interaction with Freddie Gray and want to interview witnesses or other civilians that may have seen what happened.






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The mother of a 23-year-old testifies on the transition faced by young adults with autism.






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