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The carcasses of five petroleum-soaked pelicans were recovered from California's Santa Barbara coastline, marking the first apparent sea bird deaths stemming from the oil spill.







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More than 350 people were already lined up when doors opened to see B.B. King one last time.







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Parents share their clever tips for the essential items you need for the car, airplane, beach, or wherever else your travels may take you this summer.







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Dallas' W.T. White High School is recalling yearbooks after someone removed quotes beneath the photos of some seniors and replaced them with insults.







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Prince Johnson has been in prison since he was 16, following his 1971 trial for first-degree murder in the death of an ice cream truck driver.







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The plane went off the runway at Naval Air Station North Island into the San Diego Bay, officials confirmed Friday.







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Nearly 10,000 gallons of oily water has been removed in the three days since the spill.







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Here's how the chase unfolded, and ended with the capture of Daron Dylon Wint.







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Prosecutors believe the brutal murder of the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper "required the presence and assistance of more than one person."







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Foy Seegmiller dropped out of high school to join the Navy during World War II. Now he finally has his diploma. KSL's Deanie Wimmer reports.







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Sylvia Hernandez, who gave birth to conjoined twins as part of a triplet delivery over the weekend, finally saw the girls on Thursday. KRIS' Priscilla Torres reports.







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Parents, we've already collected your nominations and picked the top 16 most revered gizmos and gadgets. We're ready to pit the toys against one another and start narrowing down the competition.







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Fabio Lobo was arrested in Haiti and brought to New York to face charges.







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President Barack Obama signed into law on Friday legislation giving lawmakers a chance to review any nuclear deal the White House seeks to hammer out with Iran.







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According to phone records, the two men "discussed how it would be a blessing to fight for the cause of Allah, and to die in the battlefield."







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The unidentified employee allegedly gave a customer a receipt with the N-word on it and "100 % Dislike" printed underneath.







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Instead of waiting for firefighters to arrive, the officers tore down the door, rescuing the 26-year-old driver.







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A Houston couple says their 14-year-old son's teacher instructed other students to slap him during class.







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The two men, identified as Muhanad Badawi and Nader Elhuzayel, both 24, are suspected of planning to travel abroad to join ISIS, sources said.







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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Friday he supports the reality TV family.







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