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High Tech Device Diagnoses Diseases in Minutes

A device developed at MIT uses a drop of blood or saliva to diagnose some of the world's most devastating diseases. KPRC's Rachel McNeill reports.

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GM Begins Payouts For Ignition Switch Deaths

GM Victim Compensation Fund has made its first payment to families of victims who were injured or killed in accidents traced to faulty ignition switches. NBC's Mark Barger reports.

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Manhunt On for 'Survivalist' Suspect in Trooper Ambush

A manhunt is under way for an anti-cop "survivalist" with murder fantasies who is wanted in last week's deadly ambush of Pa. state police barracks

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Girlfriend's Horrifying Murder Stuns Indiana Town

The prosecutor said allegations against Joseph A. Oberhansley were so gruesome they were like nothing he'd ever seen in a quarter-century in office.

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Accused Cannibal Has First Day In Court

An Indiana man accused of killing his girlfriend and eating parts of her body puts on a show outside of courtroom. WAVE's Katie Bauer reports.

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Ferguson Protesters Call Anew for New Prosecutor

Protesters seeking the immediate arrest of the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old disrupted a government meeting Tuesday.

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Historic Floods Feared as Odile Zeroes In on Arizona

Even before a drop of rain had fallen, flash flood watches were in effect for all of southern Arizona stretching into late Thursday afternoon.

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Small California Town Leveled by Raging Wildfire

People who live in Weed, California, said perhaps a quarter of the town had burned.

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Baby Born to Couple Who Wed During Boston Bombings

The couple welcomed daughter Alexandra Copley Watling, whose middle name commemorates Copley Square — the site of the Boston Marathon finish line.

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New Lead in 1975 Cold Case? Cops Scouring Virginia Property

Investigators were scouring a Virginia property in connection with the mysterious case of two sisters who vanished while at a shopping mall in 1975.

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U.S. Man Charged With Trying to Recruit ISIS Members

Federal prosecutors have charged a New York man with trying to recruit people to join the ISIS terror group overseas and to shoot people in the U.S.

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These Are the Most and Least Educated Cities in the U.S.

A new study by personal finance social network WalletHub found the U.S. cities with the most and least educated people.

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Two Hundred Georgia Guardsman Return Home from Afghanistan

Two hundred Georgia Guardsmen returned home Tuesday from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.
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Cord Cutters Rejoice: HBO Go Weighs Streaming-Only

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes' suggests that HBO Go could become available on online-only streaming platforms.

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Gen. Dempsey Says if Needed He Would Recommend Troops in Iraq

President Obama has insisted that there will be no boots on the ground in the fight against ISIS militants in Iraq.
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Obama Sends 3,000 Troops to Ebola Hot Zone in Africa

As the Ebola death toll climbs to 2,500, President Obama says the United States must do more to combat the epidemic.
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Wildfire Devastates Entire Neighborhoods in California Town

The fire ravaging the small town of Weed is only one of at least a dozen fires burning in California.
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Odile Could Bring Dangerous Flooding to Southwest

The Baja Peninsula has begun to pick up the pieces after Hurricane Odile devastated much of the region, including Cabo San Lucas.
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Edible Marijuana Sales Boom in Colorado

Marijuana-laced brownies and other edible pot products have proven tempting and dangerous for kids in Colorado.
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Brian Williams: No More Hitching Russian Rides to Space

It looks like the days of NASA paying the Russians millions of dollars to hitch a ride up to the International Space Station are numbered.



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