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'Singing Road' Encourages Drivers To Slow Down


A unique New Mexico highway discourages speeding by playing a tune for drivers going 45 mph. KOB's Eddie Garcia reports.






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Dozens Probed for Contact With Ebola Patient: Officials


Those potential contacts will be investigated, questioned and monitored to determine exactly how close they got to Thomas Eric Duncan and his family.






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U.S. Hospitals Scramble to Form Ebola Waste Plan


An official decision on how U.S. hospital should handle and dispose of Ebola-related waste could come in the next few days.






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Miracle Baby Overcomes Fatal Diagnosis


A Controversial treatment helps a Washington state Congresswoman deliver a baby daughter that most doctors said wouldn't survive. KING's Meg Coyle reports.






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High School Football Player Dies After Game Collision


Tom Cutinella, a junior at Shoreham-Wading River High School, was pronounced dead at Huntington Hospital after collapsing on the field.






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Dozens Came Into Contact With Ebola Patient: Officials


Those potential contacts will be investigated, questioned and monitored to determine exactly how close they got to Thomas Eric Duncan and his family.






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UVA Suspect Was Accused of Second College Sex Assault


Jesse Matthew left a second Virginia college, Christopher Newport University, days after he had been questioned, but not charged, in a sexual assault.
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Thursday's Top 6 News Stories


From the handling of the Ebola patient in Texas to the resignation of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, see the stories we're following.






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Ebola Patient's Family Ordered to Stay Home


The order legally requires the family to comply until at least Oct. 19, when the incubation period has passed and the family is no longer at risk of having the disease.






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White Mom Sues Over Black Donor Sperm Mix-Up


Jennifer Cramblett says she loves her biracial child but is worried about raising her in an all-white community.






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U.S. Ebola Patient 'Not a Failure of Screening'


Dr. Tom Kenyon, senior CDC official, said U.S. Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan had no signs of symptoms when he flew from Liberia.






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Slow Response? Ebola Victim's Nephew Says He Alerted Feds


The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. wasn't appropriately treated until a relative called the federal government, his nephew said.






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This Octogenarian Jewel Thief Is Back Behind Bars


Octogenarian jewel thief Doris Payne is headed to court Thursday in connection with an alleged probation violation.






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Mom Gets 26 Years for Killing, Dismembering Boyfriend


A Southern California woman found guilty of stabbing her longtime boyfriend to death and dismembering him was sentenced to 26 years to life in prison.






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Ebola Patient Vomited 'All Over,' Witness Tells Reuters


Two days after he was sent home from a Dallas hospital, Thomas Eric Duncan was seen vomiting on the ground outside an apartment complex.






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Ebola Victim's Nephew: I Had to Call CDC to Get Proper Treatment


The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. wasn't appropriately treated until a relative called the federal government, his nephew said.






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High School Football Player Dies After On-Field Collision


A Long Island high schooler died after colliding with another player during a football game Wednesday evening, authorities said.






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No Drinking or Tweeting: What Brian Williams Revealed on Facebook


Brian Williams answered questions on Facebook Wednesday on an array of topics from Halloween, to alcohol, to the story that's impacted him the most.






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Ebola Victim's Nephew: I Had to Call CDC to Get Proper Treatment


The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. wasn't appropriately treated until his nephew called the federal government, the man told NBC News.






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Attorney on Sperm Mix-up: This Wasn't Like Ordering Pizza


Jennifer Cramblett's attorneys spell out why they are suing the Midwest Sperm Bank and what they hope to accomplish.






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